The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle are the subject of a highly anticipated Netflix docuseries that has divided opinion among royal watchers and critics in the UK.
The couple is seen in clips from the documentary “Harry & Meghan,” the first volume of which will be released this Thursday, lamenting the “dirty game” that is played within the British royal family’s hierarchy and promising to reveal the “full truth” of what caused their departure from the forefront of the nobility.
When Harry talks about the “pain and sorrow” of women marrying into the British royal family, comparisons to his late mother, Princess Diana, are evident.One admirer commented on social media, “If all men guarded and protected their families the way Harry has done for Meghan Markle, I would be proud of all men in our world.”
Others offered similar encouragement, expressing excitement to see the Netflix series and “finally hear the truth.” The pair is accused of being hypocritical for selling their narrative to the streamer while resigning as working royals to safeguard their privacy, according to almost as many people. Others are defending Harry’s sister-in-law Kate Middleton, who is now the Princess of Wales, as a more stoic person in comparison.
“Catherine, The Princess of Wales, has never spoken anything negative about #HarryandMeghan. NEVER!! Harry and Meghan have often made pushes for her in both direct and indirect ways. She is still unmoved. THE INDEFATIGABLE SPIRIT OF BRITAIN IS CATHERINE, “One follower of the allegedly rival royal camp tweeted.
One of Meghan’s most outspoken detractors in the UK, UK broadcaster Piers Morgan, expressed shock that the documentary featured his voice from earlier television coverage on Twitter.
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