Here we go again...

Meghan Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, are under fire again, and this time they have been blamed for the death of Prince Philip. The Queen’s husband, Prince Philip, died this Friday morning at the palace at the age of 99 years after health struggles. While his age and health are the causes of his death, Brian Kilmeade, a host on ‘Fox and Friends,’ insinuated that the stress Meghan and Harry caused the Royal Family is the reason that Prince Philip died this Friday.

Fox and Friends

You can watch the video for yourself, as it was captured in a screen recording by Twitter user, Bobby Lewis. Lewis captioned the video with, “Brian Kilmeade connects the death of 99-year-old Prince Philip to Meghan Markle & Prince Harry’s Oprah interview: ‘If you factor in this, there are reports that he was enraged after the interview … Here he is trying to recover, and then he gets hit with that.”

Piers Morgan Started The Rumors

Lewis also attached a second part of the talk show, where Kilmeade refers to Piers Morgan who also seemed to think that Meghan and Harry are to blame.

“Brian Kilmeade cites Piers Morgan to again suggest that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry killed Prince Philip with their Oprah interview.”

Meghan and Harry cannot seem to catch a break between being caught up in tabloids, and being scolded by republicans and Royal family supporters. Morgan, in particular, has been one of Markle’s biggest critics, tearing apart her family, character, and role in Harry’s life, every opportunity he gets.

Prince Philip was released from the hospital in March, where he was recovering from a heart condition and an infection. At the age of 99 years old, and with pre-existing conditions, it is a far cry to place blame on Meghan and Harry for his death.

Out of respect for the Royal family, it is incredibly bad-mannered to make his cause of death controversial and give attention to negative outlets and hope Kilmeade and Morgan choose to rescind their statements.

Our hearts are with the family, friends, and community affected by his death.