Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s honeymoon phase has long been over, according to a host.

While speaking on “Good Morning Britain,” host Richard Madeley said that he feels sorry for the Duchess of Sussex because her honeymoon phase with the public didn’t last very long. Shortly after marrying into the royal family, the “Suits” alum received a slew of criticisms about every single thing she has done.

“Personally, I feel a bit sorry for Meghan, I think she’s stepped into a snake pit. Diana stepped into a snake pit… I think she’s going to have to learn pretty sharpish how to play the odds down there because it’s a rough old world in the royal family when you’re that high profile,” he said.

Despite his observations, Madeley is confident that Markle will continue to learn the ins and outs of her new position. And that things will get better for her and Prince Harry.

Meanwhile, when Princess Diana was still alive, she also complained about the pressures of being a member of the royal family. In the documentary “Diana: In Her Own Words,” the Princess of Wales opened up about what it was like to be part of the royal family.

“One minute I was nobody and the next minute I was Princess of Wales, mother, media toy, member of this family, you name it. It was just too much for one person at that time,” she said.

Princess Diana also described her wedding to Prince Charles as the worst day of her life. Prior to their nuptials, the mom of two already wanted to cancel her wedding to the heir to the throne but her older sisters talked her out of the decision.

To make things worse, the Princess of Wales was aware of Prince Charles’ affair with Camilla Parker Bowles, but she was unable to do something about it until her death. Prince Charles and Princess Diana divorced in 1996.

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The Duchess of Sussex and the Duke of Sussex are pictured on May 19, 2018 in Windsor, England. Steve Parsons - WPA Pool/Getty Images