Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been ordered to put an end to their future ambitions after reports swirled that they will seek redemption in the new year.
The Daily Express cited Emma Woolf as she lashed out at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Her comments come after the US Magazine, cited a source close to the couple revealing that Harry and Meghan want a year of "redemption."
"Somebody just make them stop. May I humbly suggest that the redemption that they are seeking could begin with a year of reflection and silence," Woolf said.
The TalkTV presenter went on to suggest that not just the royal monarchy must be exhausted, but the audience itself is done with their drama.
"They could give King Charles a break. They could give us a break. They could give themselves a break," she added.
While expressing her grievances, she suggested the former royal couple should spend their time on other things rather than darting a slew of allegations at the British royal family.
She said,"They could go off. They could enjoy the sunshine in Montecito, or in Hollywood or wherever they end up."
Referring to their multi-million lucrative deals with Netflix and Spotify, the TV presenter affirmed, "They could enjoy their million dollars. They could enjoy their acting career and they could just give us a break."
The couple hasn’t got any new projects on the horizon and seemingly encountered a financial crunch as previously it was reported that Spotify terminated their contract and Meghan’s deal met an early end.
Moreover, the couple’s recent Archewell Foundation reportedly experienced a drastic multi-million dollar plummet in donations.