Popular morning show presenter Lorraine Kelly has urged Harry and Meghan to "stop" after the release of the final episodes of their controversial tell-all series on Netflix.

The couple recently released the explosive documentary earlier this month and detailed how they both met and the racism against the actor who starred in the American hit show, Suits.

The final episodes of the documentary series will air on Thursday, December 15, and are speculated to contain more bombshell revelations after their trailer showed Harry saying people "were happy to lie to protect my brother, but never willing to tell the truth to protect us."

On this morning's edition of Lorraine, she said that while people are in two minds about the new documentary series, she "wishes them the best."

However, she added that she hopes that Harry and Meghan can move on once the Prince's upcoming book hits shelves.

She urged that the Royal spat "has got to stop," adding: "Once this comes out on Thursday, once the book has come out…. they can’t just keep talking about their families."

"They’ve got to then build their own lives…. and for goodness sake they’ve got two gorgeous healthy children, they love each other very much, a beautiful big house.

"It’s like enough already, enough enough!"

Harry and Meghan married in 2018 but soon left Royal life when accusations of racism towards Meghan and the potential skin colour of her child surfaced.

The couple went to North America but maintained their Duke and Dutchess title.

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When will the last three episodes of Harry and Meghan be released?

The last three episodes of Harry & Meghan will air this Thursday, December 15 on Netflix.