‘Harry and Meghan Free Zone’: Larry Emdur stays clear of royal drama ahead of Christmas holiday

Dec 19, 2022
Larry Emdur is taking a break from the British Royal Family. Source: Instagram @larryemdur

It appears that The Morning Show host Larry Emdur has every intention of having a stress-free Christmas holiday this year.

On Friday, December 16, the 58-year-old television personality took to Instagram to share a video of himself fishing by a serene lake with a caption that read “My HAMFZ… (Harry And Meghan Free Zone),” in what appears to be a hint to his fans that he has chosen not to indulge in the Sussexes newly released Netflix docu-series.


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It appears that he isn’t the only one looking for a “Harry and Meghan Free Zone” as many of Emdur’s followers left comments expressing their desire to stop hearing about the royal couple.

“Take me with you to this wonderful HAMFZ!!!” Sunrise host Mark Beretta wrote.

“Oh, can I come? I’m so sick and tired of hearing about them,” another person said.

“Amen to that! Can I join you? I don’t plan on watching 2 families tear each other down nor hear about any of it!” commented a third.

Emdur’s sassy post comes a week after he and his stand-in co-host Sally Bowrey left the internet in a fit of laughter after sharing a parody poster inspired by Meghan and Harry’s series.

In his caption, Emdur called the spoof show, titled Larry and Sally, a “must see” and encouraged his fans to immediately watch their “controversial new documentary”, saying that he “blows the lid on all the horrible things The Firm has forced me to do like Celebrity Splash and Dancing with the Stars.”

Since the release of their Netflix series, the Sussexes have received considerable backlash from critics, with outspoken British personality Piers Morgan saying their show was “worse than Keeping Up With The Kardashians” demanding that King Charles III remove the pair’s remaining titles before they “destroy the Monarchy”.

“Disgusting how they’re repeatedly trying to brand Britain a racist country. Most tolerant place in Europe, as all the coverage of their engagement/wedding showed,” the former Good Morning Britain host had previously tweeted.

Morgan wasn’t alone in his criticism of the series, with many of his followers taking to Twitter themselves to also share their thoughts.

Despite claiming to want a quiet life outside the spotlight, Harry and Meghan have recently been making headlines after having made announcements of their newly released tell-all books, podcasts, and docu-series.

Their new show explores the high-profile couple’s relationship across six episodes, while taking an in-depth look at the many controversies and intense media scrutiny that the pair have faced during their courtship.

All six explosive episodes are now available for streaming on Netflix.

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