Meghan and Harry’s upcoming Netflix documentary may criticize the royal family and even the public for how they have been treated.
The series is reportedly set to be released on Thursday and royal sources have already said they expect the show to be ‘more crying Oprah’.
But details of a conversation with a friend before his chat with the Queen also gave a hint of what this morning’s audience might experience.
A senior source told The Sun he expected the royal family to be ‘very shocked’ by the interview and ‘those Brits need to learn a lesson’.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex (L) and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex at the annual One Young World Conference at Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, September 2022
King Charles III and Queen Camilla are reportedly ‘tired’ of criticism.
In the interview, which attracted 17.1 million viewers, Harry and Meghan said the royal questioned how their son could be ‘dark’ and ignored her pleas for mental health support.
Buckingham Palace sources said last night that Harry and Meghan were “deeply frustrated and tired” of the relentless and public complaints about the way they were treated by the rest of the royal family.
A slick trailer for the six-part show was released last week, teasing intimate moments and threatening to reveal more details about the couple’s strained relationship with their estranged family.
Insiders added that the Prince and Princess of Wales were ‘surprised but not surprised’ by the ad’s release, threatening to overshadow it during their high-profile US visit.
The King and Queen are reportedly ‘tired’ of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s constant attacks.
The news comes just days before the release of a new Netflix documentary about Harry and Meghan
The vivid trailer released online for the second day of William and Kate’s visit to Boston is the latest broadside in a never-ending attack on ‘The Firm’ by the Duke and Duchess.
In a rare and remarkable intervention, royal sources described King Charles and Queen Camilla as ‘not worried but fed up’ by the stream of Sussex criticism. An angry Palace source emphasized the word ‘exhausted’.
The royal family made ‘noble and very deliberate gestures’ to include Prince Harry as much as possible at the Queen’s funeral in late September – including asking him to wear his army uniform at the main vigil – but now they are paying off. Explosions, it claims.
Palace insiders have highlighted the irony of many public interviews and TV appearances, while talking about how the Sussexes need a new life away from the public eye. Meghan and Harry, who live in the prestigious area of Montecito, California, criticized royal life in an interview with Oprah Winfrey last year.
Insiders added that the Prince and Princess of Wales were ‘surprised but not surprised’ that the ad was released during their high-profile US visit, threatening to overshadow it.
Royal sources described how King Charles and Queen Camilla were ‘not worried but tired’ of the Sussexes’ stream of criticism.
Meghan has released a series of podcasts and Harry has written a memoir which is expected to detail a series of grievances against his family when it is published next month.
Since then, Meghan has released a series of podcasts and Harry has written a memoir, which is expected to detail a series of grievances against his family when it is published next month.
It’s very tiring,” a palace source repeated.
The comments came as the Duke and Duchess were accused yesterday of breaching protocol by taking a private photographer to Buckingham Palace to take a picture included in the Netflix trailer.
Another photo used in the teaser shows Kate stony-faced in Westminster Abbey during a Commonwealth service, with Meghan sitting behind her. It was taken after a dispute over the seating plan.
Harry’s new media projects seem to have caused his family more pain and frustration than they previously admitted.
The trailer for Harry and Meghan’s bombshell new documentary was released while William and Kate toured the US.
A photo used in the Netflix teaser casually shows Kate looking stony-faced at Westminster Abbey during a Commonwealth service, while Meghan sits behind her. It was taken after a dispute over the seating plan
Wales (pictured with David Beckham) attended a star-studded event on Friday night to promote William’s Earthshot Prize.
Despite the timing of the trailer, a palace source said the Prince and Princess of Wales were ‘relaxed’ about the upcoming documentary. However, it is feared that there is no way back for the brothers’ relationship now.
‘Normally, if a member of the royal family has a high-profile trip abroad, no one back home will try to disrupt the message of that trip,’ said an insider.
The Welsh attended a star-studded event on Friday night to promote William’s Earthshot prize, and it seems determined to ensure the Netflix series doesn’t overshadow their work. The Prince of Wales held a 30-minute chat with President Joe Biden, during which the pair shared ‘warm memories’ of the late Queen and discussed how Mr Biden can support Earthshot, which is awarding £1m grants to five planet-saving projects. every year.
It was only in recent days that royal aides discovered that Mr. Biden happened to be in Boston when the royal couple were.
For the three-day visit, Kate wore smartly tailored pantsuits and high-necked dresses.
‘The princess is very professional,’ said one insider. The wardrobe for the trip says it all. It’s all very businesslike.’ At Friday’s awards, Kate hired a Solace London emerald dress from fashion platform Hurr, costing £74 a night, as guests were asked to dress ‘sustainably’. She accessorized it with her mother-in-law Princess Diana’s emerald choker.
William and Kate seemed determined to ensure the Netflix series wouldn’t overshadow their work in the US.
The Prince of Wales had a 30-minute conversation with President Joe Biden during his visit to Boston this week.
The King has been keen to show his support for the Sussexes. In his first address to the nation since taking the throne, he said: ‘I want to express my love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives abroad.’
But Harry’s new media ventures seem to have caused his family more pain and frustration than they previously admitted.
He and Meghan will be honored by the US liberal establishment for overcoming institutional racism within the royal family at a lavish ceremony in New York on Tuesday, two days before the Netflix series airs.
They receive the so-called Ripple of Hope Award from Kerry Kennedy, a human rights activist and the daughter of US Attorney General Robert Kennedy, who was assassinated in 1968.
Mrs Kennedy has already compared the Sussexes’ actions to her father’s fight against apartheid and praised their ‘moral courage’.
Relations will further sour when Harry’s memoir, Spare, is published on January 10, promising the first account of the duke’s upbringing and decision to step back from royal duties.
Last week, the royal family faced a race after the late Queen asked a black visitor at Buckingham Palace, ‘Where are you really from?’ Lady Susan Hussey has volunteered her resignation and is said to be ‘deeply sorry’ for the defeat.
Prince William was about to board a flight to Boston when the news broke, but he spoke to his press secretary and agreed his office could respond – even including the word ‘racism’ in the statement.