Meghan Markle and Duke of Sussex branded 'disrespectful' by European Prince: 'I used to relate to Harry'

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been criticised for their digs at the Royal Family
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been criticised for their digs at the Royal Family

Prince Philip of Serbia said Meghan and Harry have become "too woke"

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been criticised by a European royal over their attacks on the monarchy.

Prince Philip of Serbia hit out at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Netflix show and Harry's autobiography Spare.

In an exclusive GB News interview Philip said: “It's all theatre, he's making a lot of money out of it, both him and Meghan.

"I think that's disrespectful towards the family.

Prince Harry's autobiography Spare was released on January 10
Prince Harry's autobiography Spare was released on January 10

“They said they wanted to be left alone, but here they are making $100 million Netflix shows and then he's going on to huge interviews and they are coming up with a book called Spare.

“I used to sort of relate to Prince Harry when I was younger; he had the cheeky side it was all quite fine and everything.

“I had respect for him but since he's got together with Meghan, and there’s nothing wrong with Meghan, but they became a little bit too woke.”

He added: "I believe that monarchies do have a time and place in this modern world that we live in."

Prince Harry has been criticised by a royal commentator for his "unforgivable" attacks on his stepmother Camilla.

Angela Levin, who has written biographies about both Prince Harry and the Queen Consort, told GB News that the Duke of Sussex's comments about King Charles' wife were "spiteful".

Levin said: "I think he's very unfair about Camilla. When he said he met her for the first time, it was like being forced to have an injection.

"And I think that's very cruel."

Camilla married Charles in 2005
Camilla married Charles in 2005

GB News Host Dan Wootton asked: "What do you think, Angela, about this concept of Charles having a red line when it comes to Camilla? Do you think this might prompt him to have any sort of response?"

The royal commentator replied: "Well, he's very protective of his darling wife, as he calls her, because he knows what she's been through, 20 years of people calling her vile things, but she didn't complain once.

"That's what's very important. She didn't make a fuss. She hoped it would pass over, and that's in her nature.

"So she's not gonna make a big fuss about this, but King Charles most certainly will, but he'll do it very cautiously."