Today, Harry and Meghan released a second teaser for their explosive Netflix documentary, which has further jabs against the Royal Family, with the duke ominously threatening to “tell the truth” about their experience.
In a one-minute clip that will horrify courtiers, Prince Harry makes the explosive claim that insiders ‘leaked and planted’ stories about them, describes royal life as a ‘dirty game,’ and – after footage of his mother, Princess Diana, appears – discusses ‘the pain and suffering of women marrying into this institution.’
In another segment, a commentator described the couple’s encounter as “about hatred, about racism” as an image flashes of a frustrated Harry covering his face as a very pregnant Meghan walks behind him.
The Netflix documentary series will premiere on December 8, Netflix said today.
In a one-minute footage that will horrify courtiers, a commentator portrays the couple’s encounter as “about hatred, about racism” as an image flashes of a frustrated Harry covering his face as a clearly pregnant Meghan walks behind him.
In today’s teaser film, Harry narrates, ‘It’s really difficult to look back and wonder ‘what the heck happened?’
There is a family hierarchy, you know, and there is leaking, but there is also story planting. It is a sleazy game.
“The misery and pain of women who marry into this institution, this feeding frenzy.” I was afraid because I did not wish for the past to repeat itself.
Nobody knows the complete truth. We are aware of the entire truth.
As a Netflix global event, Volume I will be published on December 8, while Volume II will air on December 15.
In recent days, the Royal Family has attempted to put on a brave front by promising they would not be “blown off course” by the program.
Contrary to rumors that there are behind-the-scenes ‘crisis meetings’ and preparations to ‘strike back’ at yet another avalanche of claims and accusations, senior royals intend to conduct themselves as normal.
A royal insider sarcastically told the Daily Mail, “We will not be blown off course by storms from over the Atlantic.”
The Mail on Sunday claimed yesterday that the King and Queen Consort are “tired” of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s continuous assaults.
According to insiders at Buckingham Palace, there is “growing exasperation and fatigue” over Harry and Meghan’s constant and public complaints about their alleged treatment by members of the Royal Family.
This attitude has not altered since the late Queen famously stated that “recollections may differ” about several of the couple’s assertions.
Over the course of the series, there is a sense of “here we go again” across the royal houses.
The family hopes that the “Sussex storm” will dissipate by the time the series concludes and Harry’s forthcoming biography is released in January.
‘It’s likely to be a challenging few weeks, but beyond that, what can they possibly say?’ wondered another source.
If they are not careful, they will begin to repeat the same criticisms on talk programs and films, resulting in a “end of the pier” effect.
Surely there will come a moment when even they will realize they must go on with their lives? The remainder of the family clearly desires it.
Indeed, the next week for the King and Queen Consort is jam-packed with important and long-planned activities. Tomorrow, the king will meet with community leaders and non-profit organizations that promote interfaith cooperation, a cause he has championed for almost fifty years.
The Mail on Sunday claimed yesterday that the King (seen today) and Queen Consort are “tired” of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s continuous assaults.
At Luton Town Hall, he will meet with Festus Akinbusoye, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Bedfordshire, whom his Prince’s Trust previously sponsored.
His Majesty will also visit the recently constructed Sikh Guru Nanak Gurdwara, where he will talk with volunteers and hear about their community programs.
The Queen Consort will welcome youngsters from Helen & Douglas House and Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity to decorate the Clarence House Christmas tree on Wednesday.
She hosts the celebration every year, delivering sausages and mash to the children herself. This year, she has planned a surprise visit from Santa Claus and his reindeer. A insider said, “Their Majesties are getting on with the crucial matters.”
The Mail on Sunday was informed by royal sources that Charles and Camilla were “not frightened but worn out” by the Duke and Duchess’s constant outbursts.
Since leaving their positions as working royals and relocating to California, they have criticized the Royal Family in interviews, including an appearance on Oprah Winfrey’s high-profile talk show, and taped the Netflix series.