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It wasn’t exactly royal treatment.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry hit the red carpet for the premiere of “Bob Marley: One Love” in Jamaica earlier this week — but the couple’s seats at the glitzy event were anything but VIP.
New video shows Meghan, 42, and Harry, 39, looking taken aback as ushers stopped at least three rows from the front to give them their seats.
Harry appeared to be confused by their seating assignment, while Meghan was forced to bundle up her glamorous black gown and squeeze into the tight-fitting spot.
The Sussexes were mercilessly mocked for the “cheap seats” after the footage was posted to X on Thursday.
“Life on the D-list,” one pundit snarked after watching the awkward video.
“OMG. Overdressed and sitting in cheap seats… Where was Jamaican PM sitting?” another ticked user wrote.
“Dressed to the nines, but made to sit among the regular folks… Should have worn a button down and jeans,” a third sassily said.
“Never mind the seats. The floor looks very dirty in other videos… I would not look impressed by that either,” another weighed in.
Despite the seemingly subpar seating, the Sussexes mingled with other famous faces on the red carpet.
The pair posed with several public figures including politician Marlene Malahoo Forte, and Brian Robbins, the president and chief executive of Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon.
Meghan and Harry also cozied up with Jamaica’s Prime Minister Andrew Holness — a noted anti-monarchist.
The move was dubbed “insensitive” given the current health battles being waged by King Charles and Princess Kate.
Charles, 75, recently underwent treatment for an enlarged prostate and Kate, 42, was hospitalized for an abdominal surgery.
Holness, 51, had pushed for Jamaica to separate itself from the United Kingdom, as the nation is one of England’s Commonwealth countries.
Royal expert Phil Dampier told the Daily Mail Wednesday that “it seems Harry and Meghan will turn up at the opening of an envelope these days.”