Studio 10 host Sarah Harris sent a subtle swipe in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's way on the show, while talking about a photo of Prince William which has gone viral.
Royal fans were left ‘blushing’ after the royal family uploaded a photo to Instagram showing Prince William receiving his first COVID-19 vaccination shot.
The 38-year-old grandson of Queen Elizabeth and second-in-line to the British throne, revealed he had received the shot earlier this week, alongside a picture of the moment he had the injection at London's Science Museum.
However, fans couldn’t stop looking at his bulging biceps in the snap, with many commenting fire emojis and one even saying: “No wonder The Duchess of Cambridge looks always so happy”.
“Check out the surprise guns,” one person wrote, with another saying: “Wasn't expecting a gun show this early but happy I got an invite”.
Another person simply said: “I’m blushing”.
In a segment on Studio 10, Sarah Harris joked that Prince William had beefed up to carry the weight of the royal family's drama in the wake of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's scathing interviews.
"I didn't know those biceps were hiding under that sweater, I think he's flexing a bit," Sarah Harris said.
"He's got to have a fair bit of upper-body strength to carry that royal family because that's what he's doing at the moment," she commented, with co-host Tristan MacManus laughing at the jibe.
The royal family captioned the photo of Prince William receiving the jab: "On Tuesday I received my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
"To all those working on the vaccine rollout - thank you for everything you've done and continue to do."
William fell ill with the disease last April, at about the same time as his father, heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles, although he kept the news secret until November.
Media reports said he had not wanted to alarm anyone and he had been hit pretty badly by the virus.
Other members of the royal family have also disclosed that they have received their vaccine doses, including the 95-year-old monarch and Charles.
The Queen said having the shot was very quick and did not hurt, and she encouraged the public to follow suit, saying those who were wary should think of others.
With additional reporting by AAP.
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