Tensions Rise As Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Series Approaches
Volume one of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix docu-series is slated for release this Thursday, 8 December, however, the trailers have received mixed reviews from the media.
Thursday also happens to be the exact three-month anniversary of the death of Harry’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
The royal pair were spotted jetting into New York City, New York on Monday, 5 December, ahead of the release. On the same day, a second trailer for the series dropped, with some feeling it misrepresented certain facts.
One of the scenes, in which Prince Harry’s voiceover can be heard talking about the media planting stories, supposedly displayed the pair’s privacy being invaded by a photographer on a balcony at Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s residence in South Africa in 2019.
However, according to reports, the photographer was one of three people in an accredited press pack who had been enlisted to cover the couple’s noteworthy visit.
Others, including British broadcaster Piers Morgan, have pointed out that some of the scenes used in the trailer feature separate incidents between the press and celebrities which did not involve the royal couple at all.
Volume two of the series will be released with an additional three episodes next week Thursday, 15 December.
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