He added: “It’s going to bring the Queen into disrepute, the Royal Family into disrepute.
“They’re not going to be liked very well.”
Harry and Meghan are reportedly set to release the docuseries next month
The Sussexes signed the multi-million dollar deal with Netflix in 2020
Fellow guest Lizzie Cundy agreed with Mr Robinson by stating that the couple will receive “massive backlash” over the docuseries.
She added that Meghan and Harry “want the money” but “don’t want to do the work”.
Host Nana Akua said that “to be fair, we haven’t seen this thing yet”, meaning Harry’s book as well as the docuseries, adding that the couple could “say some positive things”.
She added, however, this would be “changing the habit of a lifetime”.
While details of the release of the docuseries have yet to be confirmed, Prince Harry’s memoir Spare is due for publication on January 10, 2023.
In September 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex signed a lucrative multi-million dollar with Netflix.
The deal was to produce content with the media production arm of Archewell, Archewell Productions.
Two years on from the signing, the couple are still yet to release any content.
The reason for the cut was that the streaming platform had to make some cutbacks.
The signing came just a few months after the couple announced their plans to step down as working royals, and declared “work to become financially independent”.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK