Harry and Meghan: Martin Clunes makes Prince Harry and Meghan Markle dig

Martin Clunes made a subtle jab at Netflix Harry and Megan Documentary when it comes out Lorraine.

The actor appeared on the series on Thursday (December 15) and was interviewed by host Lorraine Kelly about the latest episode of Doctor Martin.

Clunes, who will make his swan song as a grumpy paramedic on Christmas Day, also shared his experience traveling the South Pacific for series Martin Clunes: Islands of the Pacific.

The actor said there was no phone signal when he traveled, apart from intermittent 3G, which he was able to use to occasionally receive messages.

When Clunes submitted the show in September, he was shocked to learn of a message from his son that the Queen had died.

He then explained that the tribal leaders of the surrounding islands, aware of his presence, had traveled to offer their condolences.

“Well, that’s respect,” the actor said, referring to the Queen’s status, adding, “So there’s a story to counter the others.”

Clunes was referring to the fact that the segment prior to his interview had discussed the second part of the Netflix documentary about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

In the episode, the couple shared several shocking revelations about the royal family, including Harry’s claim that William “yelled at” him during an emergency meeting called by the Queen.

Follow live updates from the documentation here.

The very last episode of Doctor Martin will be broadcast on ITV1 on Christmas Day (25 December).

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