GMB viewers all say the same thing about Richard Madeley as he co-hosts with Kate Garraway

GOOD Morning Britain viewers all had the same complaint about Richard Madeley this morning as he co-hosted alongside Kate Garraway.

Those watching at home felt the presenter, 56, was “continuously talking over” Kate and she was “struggling to get a word in” as they interviewed Welsh veteran Simon Weston.

Taking to Twitter to discuss he interview style, one viewer remarked: “#gmb will Richard madeley let Kate get a word in.”

“#GMB I see Richard Madely is at it again butting in and interrupting Kate Garraway interviewing Simon Weston,” added another.

While someone else wrote: “Richard continuously interrupts guests and Kate 🙄#GMB.”

The comments come after Richard made a series of blunders as he returned to the show yesterday morning.

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Firstly he told former England goalkeeper and gambling addict Peter Shilton "you’re on the money" – and those watching at home were left gobsmacked.

Peter, who lost millions with his crippling addiction, is fighting to get gambling out of football.

As the interview ended, Richard told him: "More power to your campaign, I think you are absolutely on the money with it. Good luck."

He was also slammed for questioning why rape is a weapon of war.

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Richard and Kate were discussing shocking allegations of Russian troops committing possible war crimes against civilians in occupied areas of Chernigiv, Kharkiv and Kyiv, including rape.

Richard asked Former Senior British Adviser to US central command Chip Chapman: "Chip, we've said something that was widely reported this morning that rape was used as a weapon of war. How exactly is rape a weapon of war?"

Richard became newest permanent member of the ITV morning show after TV titan Piers Morgan infamously quit last year.

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