GMB viewers baffled as Amelle Berrabah from The Sugababes is brought in for royal debate


Good Morning Britain had a debate about where Meghan Markle and Prince Harry should be spending Christmas, but their choice of royal expert left viewers scratching their heads.

The ITV chat show opted to have Amelle Berrabah, a former member of The Sugababes, to argue that the royal couple should be spending the festive season with the Queen.

Amelle, 35, argued that Christmas should be about family and Meghan and Harry shouldn’t be away from his family at this time.

She said: “For me it’s about family it’s the one time of the year where people should make the effort to be with each other.

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Amelle Berrabah from The Sugababes was brought in for a royal debate on Good Morning Britain

“I just want to see my family, I want to see my mum.”

But viewers were less interested in her arguments and more confused about why she had become the show’s latest royal expert.

One tweeted: “Why is Amelle from the Sugababes on my telly slating Harry and Meghan for not spending Christmas with the Queen?! So weird.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are spending Christmas away from the royals

Another posted: “Why the hell is Amelle that was in the Sugababes for 5 minutes commenting on the Queen’s Christmas on GMB?”

A third said: “Why the hell is an ex-Sugababe commenting on where Megan & Harry spend Christmas?”

A fourth agreed: “#AmelleBerrabah loves spending Christmas with her mother, but doesn’t understand why Meghan would want to spend it with her’s and not the Royal family ? #ColourMeConfused.”

Jade Ewen, Amelle Berrabah and Heidi Range of The Sugababes

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They are heading to California with their six month old son Archie.

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