Former royal correspondent Michael Cole says the explosive six-part show is "very slick" but claims there's 'no point' to them.
He told GB News: "They’ve spent many, many millions of dollars – it is very slick. It's very glossy.
"The performances of Meghan and Harry are polished to a nice shine and as a vanity project for two people, it could hardly be improved upon.
"But what does it tell us? Not a great deal we don't know already. In fact the revelations that were promised, the bombshells, none of that has actually been realised.
"Essentially, it's a little bit of a one note Sussex samba and all we are hearing is 'we're right, they’re wrong'."
He reckons the show "covers the ground" and shows an "unfortunate sphere of the whole family and racism".
"And that is not only unjust, it is preposterous," he explained. "And I am sorry to hear that because it's the worst way of playing the race card because the allegation is made, but there's no substance to it.
"When they say it, the person cannot answer back and it cannot be refuted.
"There are three more episodes. And maybe they will be a little bit more to the point than they have been so far at the moment.
"So, yes, it is lovely to look at – but it doesn't actually tell us a great deal.”
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