A news host has claimed to be "puzzled" by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's "definition of privacy" after it emerged the Duke of Sussex would start filming for a new Netflix documentary soon.
Sky News Australia's Andrew Bolt discussed Prince Harry's latest venture, called "Heart of Invictus", with writer Sophie Elsworth and didn't hold back.
He said: "Sophie, can you explain a real mystery to me, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say they fled Britain to get privacy from the prying media.
"But they're now coming to Britain with their own film crew for a documentary to film all the good deeds.
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"Sophie, I'm a bit puzzled is their definition of privacy somehow different from mine?"
The writer replied: "And mine Andrew, I mean, seriously, this woke, narcissistic, privileged couple has done nothing but put themselves in the spotlight ever since they fled the UK.
"You know, they've done podcasts, they've done books, they've done sit-down sob stories with Oprah.
"I mean it just goes on and on, Andrew."
She added: "I think a lot of people are sick and tired of hearing from them, I know I certainly am.
"But really I mean, they will privacy, putting themselves in the spotlight signing up to Netflix, Spotify, I mean Andrew, it just goes on and on."
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She went on: "But you know what that just shows exactly the true colours of Meghan and Harry and I would be very pleased not to hear much more from them.
"I'm completely sick and tired of them to be quite frank."
Prince Harry is known to regard his Invictus Games as one of his greatest achievements and made the wellbeing of injured or ill war veterans one of his champion causes during his time in the Royal Family.
The international games were founded in 2014 and the next event will be held in the springtime of 2022 at The Hague in the Netherlands.
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