Adil Ray said he questioned why William and Harry were allowed to walk behind their mother Diana's coffin during her funeral in 1997.
The 'GMB' host told Andrew Pierce his race remark was 'a deeply stupid thing to say'.
The qualified barrister and TV star said lawyers who do legal aid work are not fat cats.
The 'GMB' host admitted he had never met Olivia Newton-John, but he had gazed at her in a poster on the wall of a radio station he 'used to work in back in the 1970s'.
Derek Draper spent more than a year in hospital after falling ill with the coronavirus.
The child star sang 'Let It Go' in three languages and when she faltered at the last line Reid joined in with her.
The former MP turned GMB host offered tips on how to survive being buried in an avalanche.