Jedward spark backlash from Corrie’s Charlie Lawson as they name for monarchy to be abolished

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Jedward have sparked a livid backlash from former Coronation Avenue actor Charlie Lawson over the twins’ current social media posts concerning the monarchy after the loss of life of the Queen.

Former X Issue stars John and Edward Grimes, 30, referred to as for the royal household to be abolished simply days after Charles turned King, after his mom, Queen Elizabeth II, died at Balmoral Fortress in Scotland on Thursday.  

The duo took to Twitter on Saturday, demanding King Charles III ‘give the folks actual democracy’ and ‘hand again’ the six counties of Northern Eire, simply days after the brothers had been criticised for sharing ‘insensitive’ feedback concerning the Queen’s well being earlier than she handed away.

Now, actor Charlie, 62 – who performed Jim McDonald in Corrie throughout a variety of stints from 1989 to 2018 – has hit again at Jedward’s tweet which learn: ‘King Charles ought to hand again the six Irish counties on his go to to Northern Eire – No conflict! Simply phrases! It’s time.’

Unimpressed: Jedward have sparked a backlash from former Coronation Avenue actor Charlie Lawson over the twins’ social media posts concerning the monarchy after the loss of life of the Queen

The display screen star responded: ‘Shut up y’pair of t**ts!!’  

The brothers had been inundated with responses from the general public who had been unimpressed with their stance.

One follower wrote: ‘Any likelihood you two may simply be quiet? It isn’t Eire’s place to name for the abolishment of the monarchy of one other nation. What about Andorra, Belgium, Denmark, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, and Sweden?’

Controversial: John and Edward Grimes, 30, called for the royal family to be abolished days after Charles became King, after his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, died in Scotland on Thursday

Controversial: John and Edward Grimes, 30, referred to as for the royal household to be abolished days after Charles turned King, after his mom, Queen Elizabeth II, died in Scotland on Thursday

Different outraged Twitter customers added: ‘British affairs are nothing to do with the Republic of Eire or Planet Jedward so do one’; ‘What has this acquired to do with Eire and YOU?’;

 ‘The monarch would not ‘rule’ in that sense of the phrase. We’re a democracy!’; ‘Guys your embarrassing yourselves now sufficient sufficient!’; ‘Whoever is babysitting these two clowns must be reprimanded.’  

One other outraged consumer posted: ‘I do hope you don’t imply that and that is some pathetic excuse to get clicks . I’m Irish and I don’t assume you could have any say in what the united kingdom need. Anticipated higher boys.’

‘Fortunately you are Irish lads, so you do not have a monarchy to abolish! Chill!,’ one other added.

Honest: The Irish twins took to Twitter on Saturday to voice their opinion and asked the new king to 'give the people real democracy'

Sincere: The Irish twins took to Twitter on Saturday to voice their opinion and requested the brand new king to ‘give the folks actual democracy’

The monarch’s loss of life was confirmed on Thursday night as a Buckingham Palace spokesman mentioned: ‘The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and The Queen Consort will stay at Balmoral this night and can return to London tomorrow’.

The Queen’s son Charles, the previous Prince of Wales, is now King Charles III, because the world grieves his mom, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch.  

Jedward’s posts come simply days after the pair got here beneath fireplace on social media for sharing ‘insensitive’ feedback about the Queen’s well being after it was revealed docs are ‘involved’ for her well being.

On Thursday the pair took to Twitter to invest concerning the Queen’s situation in a set of tweets deemed ‘not acceptable’ by enraged followers.

All Her Majesty’s youngsters had rushed to Balmoral right this moment after docs turned ‘involved’ for her well being. Hours later she died, surrounded by her household.

Under fire: The former X Factor duo were criticised for sharing 'insensitive' comments about the Queen 's health before she passed away

Below fireplace: The previous X Issue duo had been criticised for sharing ‘insensitive’ feedback concerning the Queen ‘s well being earlier than she handed away

In a single tweet, they joked new Prime Minister Liz Truss ‘should have accomplished one thing’ on her go to to see the Queen at Balmoral Fortress on Tuesday – referencing Her Majesty’s decline in well being.

Their first tweet learn: ‘The Queen is Lifeless?’

The twins then posted one other, which mentioned: ‘Liz Truss should have accomplished one thing on that go to to the Queen!’

Livid Twitter customers had been fast to pile on the criticism as they slammed the musicians for his or her ‘actually not humorous’ and ‘inappropriate’ feedback.

They fumed that Jedward ought to be ‘ashamed of themselves’ and argued it was not the time for ‘sassy jokes’ as folks flocked to sentence the brothers.  

'Not appropriate': Jedward took to Twitter on Thursday to speculate about the Queen's health in a set of tweets deemed 'not appropriate' by enraged followers

‘Not acceptable’: Jedward took to Twitter on Thursday to invest concerning the Queen’s well being in a set of tweets deemed ‘not acceptable’ by enraged followers

'Really not funny': In one tweet, they joked new Prime Minister Liz Truss 'must have done something' on her visit to see the Queen at Balmoral Castle on Tuesday

‘Actually not humorous’: In a single tweet, they joked new Prime Minister Liz Truss ‘should have accomplished one thing’ on her go to to see the Queen at Balmoral Fortress on Tuesday

The Queen’s loss of life will see Britain and her Commonwealth realms enter right into a ten-day interval of mourning as tens of millions of her topics within the UK and overseas come to phrases along with her passing.

And as her son accedes to the throne, there can even be a celebration of her historic 70-year reign that noticed her attain her Platinum Jubilee this 12 months – a landmark unlikely to be reached once more by a British monarch. 

Charles, the King, mentioned: ‘The loss of life of my beloved mom, Her Majesty The Queen, is a second of the best disappointment for me and all members of my household.

‘We mourn profoundly the passing of a cherished sovereign and a much-loved mom. I do know her loss might be deeply felt all through the nation, the Realms and the Commonwealth, and by numerous folks around the globe.

‘Throughout this era of mourning and alter, my household and I might be comforted and sustained by our information of the respect and deep affection through which the Queen was so extensively held.’

Icon: Queen Elizabeth's 70-year reign is unlikely to ever be surpassed by another king or queen of England

Icon: Queen Elizabeth’s 70-year reign is unlikely to ever be surpassed by one other king or queen of England

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