Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford made the most of having Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the This Morning studio – well, kind of.
The two lookalikes appeared on the programme following the news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would be taking a “step back” from royal duties.
However fake Meghan and Harry were quickly put to work by washing the dishes and cleaning clothes.
“They said that they wanted a new role so we carved out a new one for them,” Eamonn quipped.
Ruth added: “They need to become more real.”
Earlier, Ben Shephard couldn’t resist a bit of a harsh jab at Prince Harry on Good Morning Britain after it was revealed London’s Madame Tussauds had dumped the couple from the royal display with “immediate effect”.
As a result, the two models had nowhere to go and were housed in the GMB studio for the time being.
“They’re not really sure where to put them, so we gave them a home today,” Ben quipped.
Ben, however, became distracted with Harry’s head of hair… or lack of it… and suggested that the waxwork museum had been “very generous” with his hair.
He suggested to the camera: “If you spin round the back – particularly of Harry. I think they’ve been very generous because Harry, like me, is getting to an age where your hair is getting a little bit more challenging on top.”
Ben added: “I’m not sure the last time Harry’s head looked like that.”
This comes after it was recently revealed Meghan has fled to Canada just 24 hours after quitting the royal family.
Sources are believed to have told the Mail she “had not” planned on staying in the UK after their six-week Christmas break.
Harry has also told the Queen and dad Charles he will follow his wife to Canada as soon as possible, although he does have an engagement in the diary next Thursday.
*Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV