This discussion continued, with the show host Piers Morgan stepping in: “I don’t think [Harry] thinks these things through very well.
"He gives this big climate change speech - ‘we have all got to do more’. Then he gets a helicopter to Birmingham, which is a two-hour car journey. He doesn’t think through the potential suggestion of hypocrisy," Piers said.
An argument which has been echoed on the couple's own social media platforms, as they've faced criticism for not practicing what they preach regarding climate change.
“I worry about who is advising him, or if they are advising him well, why he is overriding the advice.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also came under fire recently after the cost of their Frogmore Cottage renovation was revealed to have cost in excess of $4.4 million of taxpayers' money.
Buckingham Palace said Frogmore Cottage was in very poor shape and needed ceilings and floors replacing, extensive rewiring, and the installation of gas and water mains - but reports of a yoga studio were grossly inflated.
"Frogmore Cottage is a Grade II-listed building, the official and only residence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. It is not their country residence, it is their only residence," the source explained to The Daily Mail.
"Other senior working members of the Royal Family have official residences which are paid for by the sovereign grant to enable them to carry out their royal duties.
"There's no wing for Doria, no yoga studio. It's a fairly cosy family home," the source told the publication.