Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's highly-anticipated royal wedding is just around the corner but not everyone seems to be looking forward to it.

While most people are excited about the couple's forthcoming nuptials, feminist icon Germaine Greer did not hold back in sharing her bleak prediction of their future.

Speaking with 60 Minutes, the outspoken author seemingly criticized the former Suits star and her decision to marry the red-haired royal.

Will Meghan get bored with being a royal?

Apparently, Greer believes that Markle's marriage to Harry is likely to end sooner than anyone expected.

Pointing out the fact that the 36-year-old Los Angeles-born actress is a divorcee, the Australian writer claims that there is a possibility that she'll have yet another failed relationship.

Germaine predicts that Meghan will "bolt" from her marriage to Prince Harry all because of boredom. The famous feminist noted that the monotony of royal life might take its toll on the future Duchess along with the rigid and demanding nature of her new life.

"She will see vistas of boredom that are unbelievable," she said. "I think the pressure to escape from the firm is crushing."

The author also cautioned that the "novelty of life" of being a royal fades easily, describing the family as "ludicrous, fearfully controlling, and frightfully boring." Greer is convinced that these factors will force Meghan to run away.

Marrying for money and status

Germaine Greer also claimed that Meghan Markle is only marrying Prince Harry for money and royal status. The outspoken feminist pointed out the fact that the actress has already given up too much just to make things work with the Royals.

It can be recalled that Markle had to give up her acting career in Hollywood and relinquish her U.S.

citizenship for her to become a British citizen. She even seemingly cut ties with her old friends and distant relatives as well.

Greer claimed that Meghan did all of that because she knows she'll be gaining something in return.

"Why would a girl born in poverty marry a man with 53 million quid? I can’t think of a single reason,” she said.

"Well because she expects to have a good time."

In the end, Germain Greer admitted that she is not in favor of the couple's wedding at all. She even described it as a "hopeless system," adding that it will only raise the actress' status "for all the wrong reasons."

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to tie the knot on May 19 at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.