Meghan Markle and Prince Harry aren't the only ones who are tired of all the media attention. According to radio host Michael Graham, the people of Great Britain are too.
While having a conversation with Evening Standard's Royal Editor Rob Jobson about Princess Beatrice and her upcoming wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Graham used the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as an example in their debate on whether or not the nuptials should be broadcast.
"People are fed up with Harry and Meghan even though they might want to be involved in criticizing them and they might read stories about them," the talkRADIO host said per Express. "I don’t think they want to actually watch them doing anything."
"Well the thing is for that royal wedding the numbers were absolutely through the roof," Johnson replied in defense.
"Yeah they were but that was before everybody got to know them," Graham remarked.
First up, was a lawsuit against the British tabloids for running false stories. Prince Harry explained the reasoning behind the filings in a statement on Oct. 1.
"... We have been unable to correct the continual misrepresentations - something that these select media outlets have been aware of and have therefore exploited on a daily and sometimes hourly basis," he wrote. "It is for this reason we are taking legal action, a process that has been many months in the making."
Next, was some much needed time off. The parents of 8-month-old Archie Harrison announced they would be taking a six-week hiatus from their royal duties, which they seemed to have enjoyed. They spent the latter part of their time away in Canada's Vancouver Island and were even spotted by locals engaging in some pretty normal activites.