Following their royal tour of Africa, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle opted to participate in a special ITV documentary that featured a behind-the-scenes look at their royal lives. However, the new show, titled "Harry & Meghan: An African Journey," has reportedly come with certain consequences for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

According to the Guardian, the admissions made in the "highly emotional" program may have jeopardized Meghan and Harry's future in the royal family. This is due to the fact that they publicly and candidly spoke about the pressure that they are under while living in the spotlight.

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PR expert Mark Borkowski recently called the royals' participation in the new show a "complete and utter disaster" in terms of their vulnerable "heart-on-sleeve" approach. 

"You should just say, 'that's off limits'. But he made a story," Borkowski told the publication, adding, "The population is split. I think younger people get it and are more attuned to it. But the rump of people who are monarchists still probably go out and buy the Daily Express. Those are the people he is not convincing."

The expert then discussed what he believed the Duke should have done instead of appearing in the film. After revealing he felt he should never have taken part in the documentary, he said doing so broke all of the normal family rules of "never complain, never explain." 

During the tour, the members of the British royal family also took additional steps that could likely be seen as unconventional. Not only did the former "Suits" actress break a long-standing royal tour tradition, but she also sent a subtle message about her life outside of the royal family. As for Harry, he recently filed two lawsuits against various publications for allegedly hacking his phone and stealing his voicemails.