Queen Elizabeth II and the members of the royal family were reportedly horrified of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s interview.

Just recently, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex poured their hearts out as they spoke about their struggles while living under the spotlight. The couple was very emotional in the ITV documentary “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey” as they opened up about the different challenges they face as royals and new parents.

However, not all were impressed after seeing the interview. According to Daily Star, Queen Elizabeth II and the other members of the royal family were disgusted.

“I think [the Royals] will be pretty horrified actually,” BBC royal correspondent Jonny Dymond said.

Dymond cited two reasons why the monarch and the members of the Firm would probably feel that way. Among the reasons are Prince Harry and Markle’s legal actions against the British press and their “being divisive.”

“One is because whoever wins these legal actions with the newspapers, are the newspapers actually going to change what they do? Because the newspapers don't think they have done anything wrong. They think this is about reporting about what is going on,” he continued.

“Secondly, the monarchy is supposed to be a unifying force in this country, and yet a very significant chunk of it, Harry and Meghan, are being divisive. It runs against what the monarchy is doing in these already divisive times.”

Royal author Phil Dampier was also convinced that the Queen and the other royals were “very worried” about the direction Prince Harry and Markle were taking. He felt that taking a six-week holiday and having a break would help them come to their senses and realize that things are not working for them anymore. Dampier added that there was nothing to be gained unless Prince Harry and Markle were paving the way to leave.

Some felt that Prince Harry and Markle were complaining about their privileged lives and went on criticizing the royal couple saying that they were “insufferable.” Meanwhile, just recently Markle stepped out looking gorgeous in her purple dress when she attended the opening ceremony of the One Young World Summit at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

Some questioned Markle’s statement because she seemed to enjoy the media attention despite saying that she struggled with it. “The struggle is unreal,” one netizen wrote on Twitter.

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth II
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, and Queen Elizabeth II at the Queen's Young Leaders Awards Ceremony at Buckingham Palace on June 26, 2018 in London.  Getty Images/John Stillwell