Ant Anstead has a “very important opinion” on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s “controversial” Netflix docuseries.
“You know, I posted a photo I was watching the ‘Harry & Meghan’ documentary,” the automaker, 43, began in a video shared to Instagram on Wednesday.
“And it’s obviously controversial – I mean, I get it. It’s [a] opinion divided. But so many people have reached out to me and asked for my opinion and I think it’s because I’m British and I chose to live in America.
He added: “And I had some time to reflect and reflect on my opinion.”
But just before he was seemingly about to plunge into thought, he left his fans hanging after hearing the pizza had been delivered.
“Hello? Oh! Pizza’s here!” he joked as he called his 3-year-old son, Hudson, about the food being delivered. He gets up and leaves as the video continues to record, implying that his cheese meal is far more important than the Sussex show.
While Anstead’s remarks were lighthearted, many stars took a harsher view of the Netflix show, in which Harry and Markle discuss their strained relationship with the rest of the royal family.
‘Real Housewives of New York’ alum Bethenny Frankel said she thought the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s show was “a bit boring”.
“It was like this whole documentary was about our fame…it was relentless,” she said in a TikTok video posted Dec. 11. “If you’re being stalked by the media, the royals have given you the advice to say nothing because that’s the advice most very famous people are given.
“If you add gasoline to a fire, the fire explodes even more. Looks like they – and Meghan in particular – keep wanting to tell us more.
Days before Flight. 2 of ‘Harry & Meghan’ dropped, Sharon Osbourne shared that she felt the first three episodes were “in bad taste”.
“I was totally annoyed by the moaning, moaning, moaning,” she said on Piers Morgan’s “Uncensored” show on December 12. “It’s so horribly disrespectful and just a whining fest. I mean, is [Harry’s] will the book be the same? »