The Royal Family would be "crazy" to chat with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry unless they want it splashed around the world "in no time", a royal expert has claimed.
Royal commentator Angela Levin has accused the Sussexes of being "obsessed" with making headlines and advises their family against talking to them.
Angela who has written a biography on Prince Harry, claims "privacy is the last thing the Sussexes want" and has branded the couple as "desperate" for attention.
Her comments come after the pair's explosive tell-all Oprah interview and Meghan revealing she watched Prince Philip's funeral at home and left a note for the duke.
Angela's criticism is also based on Meghan's pal, Gayle King revealing to a US TV show that talks between William and Harry weren't "productive" in a move branded a "shocking breach of trust", The Sun reports.
"I think the Royal Family would be crazy to talk to Meghan and Harry," she said.
"In no time it would be out in magazines and on social media.
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"Whenever anything happens to them, big or small, they have to tell the world.
"They are obsessed with global. They should actually just continue their lives.
"People don’t need to know exactly what they are doing."
Harry and Meghan have repeatedly asked for privacy but Angela has hit back claiming it is "the last thing they want".
In a decision dubbed as 'Megxit', the parents of one – soon to be two – made the decision to step down from their position as senior royals last year and set up a new life stateside.
Yet the move has hardly kept them out of the limelight.
Angela added: "It’s a nonsense. They are desperate that everybody knows what they are doing every minute of the day."
She said she doesn't know how the seeming rift between the family can be repaired.
"When they talk about their quarrel or what they feel about the Royal Family, why would anybody speak to them? How can it be repaired?" she asked.
"I do just think they should be quiet.
"They should get on with their lives."
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