Elle Brooke says she would smash King Charles, Harry, William and the women

Adult star-turned-boxer-turned-influencer Elle Brooke has given her view on which members of the Royal Family she would “smash”.

Essex-born Brooke, who has never been shy of expressing her opinions on things, was appearing on a Joshua Robinson TikTok where she spoke about the Royals.

But rather than took about whether she's a Royalist, or what she thinks of the latest Harry and Meghan controversy, she played a game of “Smash or Pass”.

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For the benefit of those who don't know, she was basically saying which members she would have sex with.

On Prince Charles, who she said she would smash, she said: “I love a guy with power”.

She also said she would smash Prince William, because he's “second in line for the throne” which would make her a “Princess”.

“But I do hate baldies,” she joked.

“He's well bald.”

And on Prince Harry, she said: “SMASH.

“I think I've just got a thing for royals.

“I would smash the women and the men, just not the children.”

In the comments under the TikTok video, Elle critiqued herself when she elegantly posted: “I should not be allowed to speak.”

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The video has garnered more than 150,000 views on the social media video site, with 7,560 heart emojis and 50 comments.

Many fans asked why she wasn't questioned about Prince Andrew.

It's not the first strange interaction Elle has had with the Royals recently as she was slammed by her Instagram followers for uploading a skimpy bikini picture, just hours after the Queen died.

The social media star, known as 'thedumbledong' on Instagram, uploaded a video with a voiceover, pretending to be sisters with a fellow influencer.

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In the clip she and the other woman, Blake Blossom, donned skimpy pink bikinis as they perform for the camera.

Although light-hearted and seemingly innocuous, the post attracted the ire of some royal fans, who said Elle failed to pay tribute to the UK's longest reigning monarch.

Others thought the timing was off, as the 96-year-old had died just hours earlier.

"Show some respect for the Queen," wrote one man, while another added sarcastically: "Rip queen lizzy".

"Didn’t ur queen die?" asked another follower from abroad, insinuating that the video lacked due diligence.

"Imagine posting this at this point," another said, referring to the death.

The porn star also shared the post to her story, but failed to address the peeved followers.

Outside of those two incidents, Elle has never mentioned the Royal Family any context.

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