Eamonn Holmes has branded Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as "sneaky".
Last week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a surprise visit to the Queen ahead of their appearance at the Invictus Games.
Speaking on GB News this morning (April 19), Eamonn said there was a "sneaky nature with which they got into the country last week".
The 62-year-old also expressed doubt about whether relations between the royal family were improving and told co-host Isabel: "People hear that Harry is going to write a book in which he's going to slag off his dad and his step-mum as well, so it all hasn't gone away."
The former ITV star also claimed that in a media appearance to promote the Invictus Games, Prince Harry bared striking similarities to his late father, Prince Charles.
He said: "The funny thing is, I noticed Harry during an interview at the Invictus Games Harry was so like his father.
“He doesn't want to be like his father, but he sits there and he says 'I think what is happening here, it's extraordinary, extraordinary.'
“He keeps using the word extraordinary, which is a favourite word of Prince Charles, when he talks about things. He is more like his father than he would probably like to be.”
Also in discussion was the motives behind their surprise visit and whether Harry and Meghan were asked by the Queen to join her on the balcony at the upcoming Jubilee.
GB News royal reporter Cameron Walker explained that he has been in contact with Buckingham Palace but "they are not going to comment on it".
He added that despite it being purely speculation, the reports "do suggest that Harry and Meghan have been invited to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in person during jubilee celebrations”.
When discussing claims that members of the public could boo if Harry and Meghan stood beside the Queen, co-host Isabel Webster believed it would be unlikely.
The 39-year-old said: "If Her Majesty is standing up there at this great celebration, I can only imagine people cheering her."
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