A royal commentator criticized Meghan Markle, asserting that she currently impedes Prince Harry from advocating for causes he is passionate about without generating financial benefits.

The remarks were made following the commendation of the Prince of Wales for his ambitious endeavor to address homelessness, which he pursued through his philanthropic organization called Homewards, under the Royal Foundation. He is scheduled to feature in a forthcoming documentary called "Prince William: We Can End Homelessness," which will provide an insider's perspective on the initial year of the program.

The upcoming two-part series by ITV will chronicle Prince William's efforts to establish Homewards nationwide. The show will focus on the stories of individuals who are currently experiencing homelessness or have personal experience with the issue.

The presenters Eamonn Holmes and Isabel Webster on GB News compared the latest initiative of the heir to the throne to the ones created for Netflix by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. They were joined by royal biographer Angela Levin.

Angela asserted that, unlike the Prince and Princess of Wales, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex engage only in activities that are motivated by financial gain.

Furthermore, the royal biographer claimed that Prince Harry used to have great enthusiasm for his undertakings in the past. However, Angela contends that this fervor no longer aligns with his wife's interests, as they now only engage in activities that provide financial benefits.

“Unfortunately, Harry and Meghan do everything that will help them and get them money. They're fantastically interested in money and not people. [But] I think Harry, when I went around with him and I was doing his biography, he was marvelous with ex-military people,” Angela said during her appearance.

"[He was] wonderful but Meghan is very awkward, she's not used to talking to people like and I don't think she wants to. So I think that's very difficult. Their [Harry and Meghan's] idea is to show off and be wonderful, William and Catherine's are to help. It's not for them, it's to help,” she furthered.

Express UK reported that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are scheduled to appear in two upcoming Netflix episodes. One focuses on polo, while the other centers around food. It has been reported that filming for the cooking show has already been completed.

It is important to mention that in addition to their highly impactful docuseries, “Harry & Meghan,” which provided a comprehensive account of their romance and experiences as members of the Royal Family until their departure in 2020, the Sussex couple has also produced two more films, namely “Heart Of Invictus” and “Live To Lead.”

Additionally, it is noteworthy to mention that Prince Harry established the Invictus Games in 2014. This initiative serves as a platform for wounded, injured, and sick service people to participate in sports and facilitate their rehabilitation.

The Invictus Games are held annually, and Prince Harry has been recognized with numerous honors and commendations for his work. The Duke of Sussex is the creator and patron of several charities and organizations worldwide, including Travalyst, Sentebale, and Wellchild, and he is on the Board of Directors of the conservation charity African Parks.

Prince Harry and Meghan’s philanthropic organization, Archewell Foundation, has formed partnerships with numerous humanitarian organizations throughout the years.

Business Times has reached out to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for comments.