Royal expert slams ‘inappropriate and opportunistic’ comments about Her Majesty’s death

A royal expert has slammed the ‘inappropriate and opportunistic’ comments made by American professors who said they had ‘nothing but disdain’ for Queen Elizabeth II following her death.

Uju Anya, an associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University, branded Her Majesty’s reign, ‘violent’ after coming under fire over a tweet wishing the Queen an ‘excruciatingly painful’ death.

The linguistic professor was backed by Zoé Samudzi, a Zimbabwean American photography professor at the Rhode Island School of Design, who issued her own outrageous statement on Twitter saying she would ‘dance on the graves of every member of the royal family.’

Robert Jobson, author of ‘William at 40: The Making of a Modern Monarch,’ criticised the academics, telling MailOnline on Saturday: ‘This is inappropriate and opportunistic at this time of national mourning.’

His sentiment echoes that of several social media users who felt their remarks were ‘vile’ and contradicted their alleged efforts to ‘better the…

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