Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hardly had a say when the trailer for their new documentary premiered on Netflix. But the fact that it coincided with Prince William and Catherine of Wales’s short official visit to Boston dwarfed the cause: to champion initiatives in favor of the environment through the Earthshot Prize.
Omid Scobie, a journalist close to the Duke of Sussex, has joked on Twitter about the coincidence of dates, suggesting that if the visit is Prince William’s ‘Super Bowl’, with the announcement of the documentary, the Sussexes have only promoted it Show me half Thus the parallelism of a musical performance is created which attracts even more attention than a sporting event.
The advance Netflix has published for the new Sussex documentary shows an image of the new Princes of Wales, while Prince Harry’s voice-over says, “No one sees what goes on behind closed doors. I love my Had to do everything I could to protect the family.”
‘Henry and Meghan’
The Sussexes could continue the story of racism and relief that has caused so much damage to the British royal family
Markle is heard saying in the trailer that “when the stakes are that high, it doesn’t make sense for us to hear the story being told.” The British media assures that the documentary is taken from Buckingham as a new declaration of war, and it is no less if the Sussexes continue to tell the story about racism and relief that they have already told in an interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021 was introduced in One that caused so much pain, he brought it to Windsor.
Just this week there was another sign of discrimination in Buckingham that has rekindled the flame that Sussex has already lit. The occasion was officiated by Lady Susan Hussey, a former lady-in-waiting to Elizabeth II, who resigned her court post following the scandal. So there’s no escaping the fact that the issue of racism within the British royal family will be a subject to be analyzed with a magnifying glass when the documentary is released, and when Prince Henry’s memoirs are published on January 10.
In the six episodes of the documentary series, which opens next Thursday, December 8, Meghan and Enrique are expected to revisit their love story, their wedding celebrated in 2018 and the beginning of their life within the British monarchy, but still It is not known when this will be addressed or if there will be a second season that deals more deeply with their resignations as working members of the British royal family.
As reported by the media a few months ago page sixThe Sussexes have been “at odds” with the reality show’s production staff after the couple wanted to make “significant cuts and changes” to scenes already filmed and delay its broadcast until 2023. There was talk that the couple wanted to edit the material after the death of Elizabeth II, presumably to tone down the resumption of relations with Buckingham. Now, on the eve of King Charles III’s coronation, the Sussexes may once again bring out the Windsor colours. Will have to wait till Thursday to see it.
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