Enrique and Meghan do not accept apology from The Sun newspaper

Prince Enrique and his wife Meghan denounced this weekend the “communication coup” that represents, according to them, the apology of the newspaper the sun by a column that virulently attacks the Duchess of Sussex.

Last week, former Top Gear car show host Jeremy Clarkson wrote that he dreamed of the day he Meghan “paraded naked through the streets of every city in the UK, while the crowds chanted ‘Shame!’ and throw excrement at him.”

The British newspaper said on Friday that it regretted the publication of the column, which it removed from its website and newspaper library, and expressed its sincere apologies.

“The fact that the sun has not contacted the Duchess of Sussex to apologize shows his intentions. It is nothing more than a communication coup,” said a spokesman for Enrique Y Meghan.

“If the public deserves the head’s repentance for its dangerous claims, we wouldn’t be in this situation if the sun was not continually taking advantage of and exploiting hate, violence and misogyny,” the spokesperson continued.

The controversial article drew a record number of complaints (over 20,000) to the British media ombudsman and numerous condemnations from public figures.

To justify himself, Clarkson cited “a clumsy reference to Game of Thrones.”

“This has been taken badly by many people. I am appalled that I have caused so much pain and will be more prudent in the future,” he wrote.

In one of the most remembered sequences of Games of Thrones, a female character undergoes a “march of shame”, in which she is forced to walk naked through the streets while people throw garbage at her.