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Following the release of the teaser for their "explosive" royal-bashing Netflix docuseries, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have come under fire for their royal titles, according to Princess Diana's former butler Paul Burrell.
During a TalkTV interview with New York Post columnist Piers Morgan, the ex-servant revealed the shocking revelation.
"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?" asked Morgan.
The 64-year-old retired royal servant, who spent 21 years working for the British royal family, most famously serving as Princess Diana's butler from the time of her birth until her passing in 1997, responded, "You take away the titles, I agree with you, you do."
"They don't want to be members of the royal family, so why should they trade on royal titles?" he added.
His comments were made before the highly anticipated Dec. 8 premiere of "Harry & Meghan," the Netflix docuseries about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. According to reports, among other claimed bombshells, it would include how the pair was allegedly "bullied by the palace."
Harry and Meghan's rift with the Royals
Markle, 40, and Prince Harry, 37, traveled to New York City over the weekend in preparation for Markle's expected Dec. 6 acceptance of the 2022 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Ripple of Hope Award for embodying "equity, justice, and human rights" by supposedly opposing the monarchy.
Burrell, on the other hand, wasn't overly taken with their docuseries, saying it "smacked of self-obsessed narcissism."
The former assistant further stated that Princess Diana "wouldn't have applauded what he is doing now," but she would have praised Prince Harry for "protecting his family." "The commercialism around it," he said, noting that she "never took a penny from anyone else."
Given that his mother had been a "big supporter" of the royal family and was "extremely happy" that he and his older brother Prince William, 40, were members of it, Burrell said he found Prince Harry's conduct to be especially distressing.
The former palace employee asserted that it was "his job" to assist his elder brother in achieving his goal of becoming king and implied that Prince Harry was breaching his royal duties by siding with the family.
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