Jeremy Clarkson’s daughter Emily has condemned the actions of her famous father, and his opinions on Meghan Markle.

The 28-year-old took to Instagram to defend the Duchess of Sussex against her dad’s column, which was published in The Sun, revealing she stands “against everything” the Top Gear host wrote about the former senior royal.

“My views are and have always been clear when it comes to misogyny, bullying and the treatment of women by the media,” Emily wrote on her Instagram Story.

“I want to make it very clear that I stand against everything that my dad wrote about Meghan Markle and I remain standing in support of those that are targeted by online hatred.”

Clarkson’s latest column for the UK publication detailed how much he “hates” Meghan Markle, in the wake of the release of the Prince Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary series.

He went on to describe his hate for the duchess as comparable to notorious serial killer Rose West, writing that he hates the former royal “on a cellular level”.

“At night, I’m unable to sleep as I lie there, grinding my teeth,” he wrote, in part.

He added, “Everyone who’s my age thinks the same way.”

Clarkson’s daughter was quick to slam his scathing words, along with the publication itself, for its relentless hatred of the Duchess.

“This publication, and many like it, are hellbent on destroying this woman,” the young podcast host wrote, referring to the newspaper that employs her father.

“Love her or hate her, (or like me feel a large amount of ambivalence towards someone who I don’t know and who’s actions barely affect me), the rhetoric around her ought to scare you.”

She continued, “I don’t wanna hear loads of comments justifying this, trying to prove to me that she is bad or toxic or deserving of this… to my mind, no one deserves this. it is inhumane.”

“My steadfast defence of them has never been of the individuals I don’t know, rather of two people who have, objectively, been treated APPALLINGLY. And I genuinely feel concern for anyone who can look at how she particularly has been written/joked/spoken about and feel that its justified. Its bullying on a mass scale and it drove a new mother to want to end her life.”

Aside from his own daughter’s criticism, Clarkson has also faced a fierce backlash online for his newspaper column about Meghan.

Royal fans and social media commentators were quick to blast the ex TV host for adding to the pile-on of Meghan and Harry.

“You can not write things like this. It is a blatant appeal to incite humiliation and violence on a woman,” one person wrote.

“Some have excused it as dark humour. There is no joke here.”

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