Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's upcoming documentary has been slammed by "not remotely interested" royal fans who claim they won't be watching it when it airs.
It has not yet been confirmed what the documentary will include but it has been rumoured the ex-royal couple have allowed cameras to come into their home in Montecito, California.
Harry and Meghan were seen filming with Netflix on their last visit to New York and it's alleged the streaming giant would like the series to be available by the end of the year.
But disgruntled royal fans have spoken out against the upcoming show claiming they will not tune in for "anything relating to those two".
The comments come after Express.co.uk ran a poll asking: "Will you watch Meghan and Harry's reality series?"
Out of the 13,907 people who voted, 98% (13,635 people) said they would not be tuning in.
One royal fan said: “I won't watch anything that they 'star' in, anything they 'produce' or anything they 'promote'.”
Another wrote: "The only people who are going to find them remotely interesting are the same sort of people who think the Kardashians are worth ‘keeping up with’."
“I cancelled my Netflix subscription, in protest of Harry and Meghan. I would rather watch paint dry," said another.
The ex-royal couple signed their huge multi-million-pound deal with Netflix shortly after retiring as working royals two years ago.
Friends star Michael Rapaport has slammed Harry and Meghan's rumoured Netflix reality show as a "human sleeping pill".
Filling in for Wendy Williams on her eponymously-named morning talk show in the US, Rapaport shared his own biting view.
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The 52-year-old actor, who played Phoebe's fleeting love interest Gary in four episodes of the classic sitcom, slammed the Sussexes for "leaving the Royal family to do a reality show".
He also claimed that Meghan is the "driving" force behind their Netflix plans.
Representatives of the Sussexes have been contacted for comment.
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