Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been the subject of non-stop media attention. Some would say that's the cost of being a royal, but where do you draw the line?

Harry began an attempt to draw the line when he fired off a lawsuit against the Mail on Sunday and its parent company, Associated Newspapers. While his decision to do so is in an effort to protect his wife, the public is still torn over whether it was the right move for the Duke of Sussex.

On the Jeremy Vine Show on Monday, the host let callers from both sides of the issue weigh in on the matter.

"It is like a Pandora’s box he has opened. I don’t think he is ever going to feel satisfied," one caller named Joan stated, according to Express. "I think it is like a Pandora’s box he has opened that will not make him feel satisfied or happy – and I just think it is a bad move."

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Another caller from London seemed to sympathize with the parents of 5-month-old Archie Harrison and acknowledged that the media tends to blow things way out of proportion.

"The problems between Meghan and her father have been stoked to sell papers," the Londoner explained.

Historian Tessa Dunlop added in support, "Meghan has clearly had a really challenging upbringing and there we are messing around in that."

The royal couple claimed that the Daily Mail violated their privacy by publishing a private letter the Duchess of Sussex wrote to her father, Thomas Markle, but Markle was the one who supplied the note.

"I have to defend myself," he said of his actions to share Meghan's letter with the press. "I only released parts of the letter because other parts were so painful. The letter didn’t seem loving to me. I found it hurtful."

The former "Suits" actress reportedly cut off contact with her father shortly following her May 2018 wedding.

Britain's Prince Harry has said Meghan is being hounded by the press in the same way as his mother
Britain's Prince Harry has said Meghan is being hounded by the press in the same way as his mother AFP / Michele Spatari