Piers Morgan, one of Meghan Markle’s biggest critics, has a few recommendations for Prince Harry’s wife. According to the English journalist, the Duchess of Sussex should stop “whining” and just do her duty as a member of the royal family.

“I think Meghan Markle needs to stop whining, period,” Morgan told Us Magazine during the British Academy Britannia Awards held in Beverly Hills. “I think she’s an actress whining too much. I say that with great respect.”

Morgan also suggested that Meghan Markle should just do her job without complaining, just like Queen Elizabeth II. “But the most successful members of the royal family, the queen, the queen’s mother, the most beloved always understood, you never explain, you never complain, you do your duty and everyone loves you,” the journalist added.

The television personality, likewise, cautioned the Duchess of Sussex that complaining too much might be perceived negatively by the followers of the royal clan. “The moment you start yapping away moaning about everything, people go, ‘Hang on, you’re living at our expensive palaces, with servants.’ So maybe get a better sense of reality,” Morgan said.

Morgan was referring to what Meghan revealed in the ITV documentary “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.” The Duchess opened up on how she struggled with royal life especially with the negative publicity generated by British tabloids.

However, Morgan is not buying Meghan’s confession. Instead of complaining, the TV personality suggested that Meghan should realize that scrutiny comes with being a royal. After all, they’re enjoying the high life thanks to taxpayer money.

“In Britain, the members of the whole family are almost all the civil list,” Morgan continued. “Their houses get paid for by us. Their security is paid for by us, the taxpayers. And with that comes a sense of duty.”

According to Morgan, there’s one way Meghan and Harry can dodge media scrutiny. If they really want to lead private lives, all they need to do is need to quit being royals.

“Either understand what duty is all about or don’t be a royal,” Morgan explained. “I mean, no one’s forcing Harry and Meghan to be active royals and they don’t have to be.”

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, walk down the steps at the Sydney Opera House. Chris Jackson/Getty Images