AN IRISH-AMERICAN news anchor has hit out at Prince Harry after the Duke criticised the First Amendment of the US Constitution - the right to free speech.
During a recent podcast with actor Dax Shepard, Harry described the First Amendment as "bonkers", which didn't go down too well in his newly-adopted home nation.
"I've got so much I want to say about the First Amendment as I sort of understand it, but it is bonkers," Harry said, despite admitting that he didn't fully understand how it all worked.
Fox News' Sean Hannity ripped into the Prince, calling him a "royal pain in the ass" and imploring him to go back home to the UK.
Speaking at the end of his broadcast on Monday evening, Hannity said: "Before I go I have a message for Harry, who is now attacking one of Americas most sacred rights, the freedom of speech.
"Harry, we really don't need you coming from England to give us lectures on the First Amendment.
"And if you can't understand the importance of free expression and the importance of Constitutional principles that allow for a free exchange of ideas and opinions that make American the greatest country on earth then maybe it's time for you to move to a place more compatible with your restrictive ideas.
"Understand this is the same First Amendment that allowed you and your wife to trash your own family in the Oprah Winfrey interview. You and Meghan were allowed to accuse your family of racism.
"We don't really need lectures about customs or sacred freedoms, and by the way you're free to to go home, make amends at the Palace with the people that you and your wife hurt deeply."
Following his dramatic exit from royal life last year, Harry, together with his wife Meghan Markle have had anything but an easy ride.
They've seen their popularity fall through the floor, particularly ever since the aforementioned Oprah interview, where the couple made a number of damning accusations, most of which are completely unsubstantiated, against Harry's family.
The States appeared to be Harry's safe haven, but he's losing friends there too. Oh dear.