The criticism was further compounded by the pair when Nadia labelled the move "going against what the royal family is about" and Jane stating it's "quite Hollywood to try and stage manage stuff".
The baby countdown is officially on, and we'll be anxiously awaiting news from the palace that Meghan is in labor.
The documentary, which aired in the U.S. this week, follows confirmation from Buckingham Palace that the expectant parents will "remain private" about the birth of the child, shunning the tradition carried out by Catherine and Princess Diana of showing off the new baby on the steps of the Lindo Wing. Reportedly taking to his official royal Instagram, Prince Harry revealed the "exciting" news, telling his more than four million followers that they are working together on a mental health series that will launch on Apple in 2020.
That would mean that, unlike her sister-in-law, Kate, or her late mother-in-law, Diana, Meghan wouldn't step into the glare of the world's media hours after giving birth.
Harry and Meghan say they have not learned the gender of their baby. The legendary TV host appeared on CBS This Morning to promote her new collaboration with Prince Harry and came to Markle's defense for how the Duchess of Sussex is being portrayed.