Princess Diana's ex-butler Paul Burrell has strong feelings about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ever since they left the royal family in 2020.
“You’re King Charles, what on earth do you [do] given that one of these two people trying to ruin everything you represent is your own son?” Piers Morgan, 57 asked Burrell, who worked for the royal family or 21 years, on his show.
“You take away the titles, I agree with you, you do,” the 64-year-old replied. “They don’t want to be members of the royal family, so why should they trade on royal titles?”
Burrell spoke about the pair just one day after Netflix released a longer trailer of their new Netflix series, Harry & Meghan, which will premiere on Thursday, December 8.
Burrell wants nothing to do with the docuseries, as he called it "self-obsessed narcissism."
“The commercialism around it,” he said, adding that Diana “never took a penny from anyone else.”
According to Burrell, Diana, who died in 1997, "wouldn't have applauded" what Prince Harry, 38, is "doing now."
Meanwhile, the pair are gearing up for a busy week — not only is the show dropping on the streamer, but they just arrived in New York City to receive the 2022 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Ripple of Hope Award on Tuesday, December 6.
Morgan previously expressed his thoughts on the duo getting praised for their achievements.
"I think it's absolutely disgusting and shame on Kerry Kennedy, frankly, for besmirching the name and memory of her father in this way," the TV star said Fox & Friends on Monday, November 21.
"The idea that these two little grifters, who quit royal duty, quit Britain… exploited and fleeced their royal titles for hundreds of millions of dollars straight in their back pocket," he continued. "The idea that they're being lauded as some kind of heroes in America by your own sort of royal family, if you like, the Kennedys, it really sticks in my gullet."