Harry And Meghan Documentary; The Palace Is charged Of “Feeding” Allegations About The Duchess To The Media

Harry And Meghan Documentary; The Palace Is charged Of "Feeding" Allegations About The Duchess To The Media

Netflix has released another look-ahead trailer, this time with fragments of conversations with Meghan, her friend Lucy Fraser, and attorney Jenny Afia, and they are not holding back. This comes ahead of the last three episodes of Harry & Meghan premiering on the streaming service.

The palace is charged with “feeding” tales about the duchess to the media in order to prevent the publication of other, “less favorable,” stories, according to a new teaser for the final episodes of Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary series.

The streaming service has released another look-forward film, this time including excerpts of conversations with Meghan, her friend Lucy Fraser, and attorney Jenny Afia, ahead of the last three episodes of Harry & Meghan premiering on Thursday morning.

The first person to be featured is Ms. Afia, a partner at the media law company Schillings, who speaks as a video of Buckingham Palace is presented.

There was a “genuine type of battle against Meghan,” she claims, and there is little doubt that the palace briefed negatively about Harry and Meghan to further other people’s objectives.

The interview in the trailer continues with Ms. Fraser, who states: “Meg became this scapegoat for the palace, and they would feed tales on her whether they were genuine or not, in order to stop other less favorable stories being written.

“Then Meghan herself says, “You would just let things play out.” “For example, a narrative about a member of the family can surface for a moment before they decide they need to make it disappear.

“But something needs to be put in there about a royal since there is real estate there on a newspaper front page and on a website home page.”

Harry And Meghan Documentary; The Palace Is charged Of "Feeding" Allegations About The Duchess To The Media

Ms. Afia addresses the media coverage of Meghan Markle’s relationship with her father, Thomas Markle, as the trailer comes to a close.

This onslaught of unfavorable pieces regarding the disintegration of her connection with her father, according to the subject, “was the last straw in a campaign of unfavorable ugly publicity about her.”

Despite the claims, neither Buckingham Palace nor Kensington Palace, which stands in for the Prince and Princess of Wales, have made any statements about either the series or the most current teaser.

According to Sky News, palace officials are currently concentrating on the Princess of Wales’s carol service, which will be filmed at Westminster Abbey on Thursday and will honor the Queen’s legacy while highlighting a congregation of nearly 2,000 people who have been giving back to their communities all over the UK.

“They were glad to lie to keep my brother safe.”

In a prior teaser video that was unveiled at the start of the week, Harry was heard stating, “They were delighted to lie to protect my brother,” in reference to Prince William, as media headlines read, “Queen orders a harsh Megxit” were seen.

A week after the first three episodes were made accessible for global streaming, the last three will premiere. The strain Harry and Meghan felt from the media’s interest in their life and how they did not feel supported by the Royal Family were discussed in these initial episodes.

After leaving their positions as senior working royals in 2020, the pair inked lucrative contracts with Netflix and Spotify that are estimated to be valued at more than £100 million.

This docuseries, directed by Oscar-nominated Liz Garbus, has been promoted as a Netflix worldwide event, with Harry and Meghan exposing “the other side of their high-profile love story” after their shocking appearance with Oprah Winfrey in 2021.

They have, however, drawn criticism, and one Conservative MP plans to introduce legislation that might result in the duo losing their royal titles.

A palace insider has refuted the documentary’s assertion that the Royal Family was contacted for comment about the series.

The fact that a clip from one of the first season teasers was really shot as Katie Price appeared at court last year and that a picture of photographers with long lenses was taken at a Harry Potter premiere taken years before they met were also revealed.

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