Ant Anstead has a “very important opinion” on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s “controversial” Netflix docuseries.
“You know, I posted a picture that I was binge-watching the ‘Harry & Meghan’ documentary,” the car builder, 43, began in a video shared on Instagram on Wednesday.
“And it’s obviously controversial — I mean, I get it. It’s [a] divided opinion. But so many people have reached out and they’ve asked me my opinion and I think that’s because I’m British and I choose to live in America.”
He added, “And I’ve had a bit of time to reflect and think about it what is my opinion.”
But right before he was seemingly about to dive in on his thoughts, he left his fans hanging after hearing that pizza had been delivered.
“Hello? Oh! Pizza’s here!” he quipped, as he called out to his 3-year-old son Hudson about their delivered food. He proceeds to get up and leave as the video continues to record, hinting that his cheesy meal is far more important than the Sussexes’ show.
While Anstead’s remarks were light-hearted, there have been many stars who have expressed a more stern opinion about the Netflix show, in which Harry and Markle discuss their strained relationship with the rest of the royal family.
The “Real Housewives of New York” alum Bethenny Frankel said she thought the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s show was “a little boring.”
“It felt like this entire documentary was about how famous we are … it was relentless,” she said in a TikTok video posted on Dec. 11. “If you are being trolled by the media, the royal family gave you the advice to say nothing because that’s the advice that most very famous people are given.
“If you add gasoline to a fire, the fire blows up even bigger. It feels like they — and Meghan in particular — just keep wanting to tell us more.”
Days before Vol. 2 of “Harry & Meghan” dropped, Sharon Osbourne shared she felt like the first three episodes were “distasteful.”
“I was totally bored by the whining, the whining, the whining,” she said on Piers Morgan’s show “Uncensored” on Dec. 12. “It is just so horribly disrespectful and just a whine fest. I mean, is [Harry’s] book going to be the same thing?”