Gayle King advocates for her friends Meghan Markle and Prince Harry after being severely criticized for taking a private jet on vacation to southern France.
The presenter of "CBS This Morning" told Entertainment Tonight on Friday that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have "the right to go on vacation".
Elton John offered to fly her in his private plane to his home. Elton John also said he had paid the carbon footprint because whatever it took up and the fact that they were hammered because they took the private plane of a friend who took care of all the costs is for ridiculous, "she said ELTON JOHN PAYED FOR THE PRINCE HARRY, MEGHAN MARKLE'S PRIVATE FLIGHT TO FRANCE
" Do you think one of the Royals regularly flies commercially? I go first. No. So why are Meghan and Harry being picked out? I only think I think people think they are simple goals, "King continued.
"I think people do not really appreciate and understand what the two have in common, and I think I dare say that people out there and there are a bit jealous There are many haters out there but what I hope is that it does not change them because they both try to do good things in the world, do good things in the world and are really good people, "she said.
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"But I find it silly that they are being attacked because they have done something and have been criticized when they have nothing www.mjfriendship.de/de/index.php?op…39&Itemid=32 It gets me to powder my teeth, to be honest, "King added.
According to reports, they flew from Farnborough, England, to Ibiza, Spain on August 6, and returned on August 12.
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On August 14, they flew from Farnborough to Nice, France, to visit Buddy John, and on the 17th August back to Farnborough.  It is believed that the pair took a 19-seat Gulfstream 200 from Farnborough to Ibiza and a nine-seat Cessna 500 XL on their return journey.
In the meantime, Prince William and Kate Middleton were applauded along with their three children for having flown to Scotland on Thursday.
People Magazine reported that the five-member royal family was seen exiting the economy FlyBe aircraft that flew from Norwich to Aberdeen.
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John, 73, paid the private flights out of concern for the safety of the Sussexes.
"I am deeply concerned about today's distorted and malicious report in the press about the Duke and Duchess Sussex's private residence at my home in Nice last week," he tweeted . . "Prince Harry's mother, Diana Princess Of Wales, was one of my dearest friends, and I am deeply committed to protecting Harry and his family from the unnecessary intrusion of the press that contributed to Diana's premature death."
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" After a hectic year of continuing their hard work and dedication to charity, David and I wanted the "We continued to spend a private vacation in the safety and tranquility of our home," he continued. "In order to maintain a high level of much needed protection, we have provided them with a private jet flight. To support Prince Harry's commitment to the environment, we have made sure that your flight is carbon neutral by making an appropriate contribution to the Carbon Footprint ™. I highly Respect and applaud both Harry and Meghan's commitment to charity, and I urge the press to stop these relentless and untrue murders of their character that are falsely made almost daily.
TV presenter Ellen DeGeneres also defended the royal couple.
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"[My wife] Portia and I have Prince Harry and Meghan [Markle] met in England to talk about her work to protect wildlife. "The 61-year-old tweeted next to a photo of the couple on Monday.
" They were the most down-to-earth, compassionate people, "the host continued "Imagine being attacked for anything you do if you're just trying to improve the world."
Jessica Sager and Stephanie Nolasco of Fox News have commented on this report contributed.