The Morning Show hosts take subtle dig at Harry and Meghan's doco

The Morning Show hosts Larry Emdur and Sally Bowrey have taken a savage swipe at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle by recreating the poster for their upcoming Netflix docuseries.

While the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s six-part series is titled Harry & Meghan, the TV presenters have named their parody Larry & Sally. The pair even copied the royal couple’s outfits in the black and white snap, with Sally dressed in a brown trench coat and Larry wearing a dark suit with a white shirt.

The Morning Show's Larry Emdur and Sally Bowrey recreating the poster for Harry & Meghan.
The Morning Show's Larry Emdur and Sally Bowrey have taken a swipe at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex by recreating the poster for their upcoming series. Read more.

The Morning Show posted a side-by-side of the posters on social media on Wednesday morning alongside a very tongue-in-cheek caption.

“Netflix has another controversial docuseries ready to drop, and our own Larry Emdur is set to reveal what *really* happens behind the scenes at The Morning Show,” they wrote.


Larry also shared the photo with his followers, joking that Larry & Sally is a “must-see” series.

“Immediately after Harry & Meghan watch our controversial new documentary Larry & Sally,” he said. “I blow the lid on all the horrible things The Firm has forced me to do like Celebrity Splash and Dancing with the Stars.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix documentary.
Volume one of Harry & Meghan drops on Netflix on December 8. Photos: Netflix

'More entertaining'

Larry’s post was quickly flooded with comments from people applauding the "hilarious" recreation and admitting they’d rather watch his series than Harry and Meghan’s.

“Much more compelling viewing,” one person said, while another added, “Would definitely be more entertaining.”

“Ratings winner!” a third joked, followed by someone else who remarked, “You are sure to get nominated for an Emmy Award!”


“Not long before you and Haz have the same haircut @larryemdur,” Sunrise’s Edwina Bartholomew laughed, adding the hashtag ‘royal devon patch’.

“You take one break @kyliegillies and he’s off making tell-all docos - the shame!” a different user commented.

Volume one of Harry & Meghan is set to premiere on December 8, while the second volume will drop the following week on December 15. The six-part series will cover the couple’s relationship timeline and their decision to step back from the royal family, and will include interviews with family, friends, historians and journalists.

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