Netflix Releases Trailer for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Documentary

Netflix Releases Trailer for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Documentary

Meghan Markle with her husband Prince Harry.

Meghan Markle with her husband Prince Harry.

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Netflix released the trailer for the documentary prince harry and his wife Meghan Marklea project that will hit the screens on December 8.

The docuseries, titled ‘Harry & Meghan’will have six episodes about the untold story of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The trailer begins with the blunt question “why did you decide to make this documentary?” with a black and white photo of Harry and Meghan looking at each other under an umbrella to cover themselves from the rain.

Next, they show more photos of the couple, never before revealed, in situations such as their vacations, dancing at their wedding party, with their pets, expecting their first child, and even in a happy environment with calm music.

But this vibe is broken by Harry saying: “Nobody knows what goes on behind the doors“, the dialogue is accompanied by a photo of the couple in what appears to be an official ceremony, then a shot of Meghan with a cell phone in her hand, shrunken in an armchair with her hands on her head.

Then the music turns somber, showing images of the royal family, particularly one with the Princess of Wales in the foreground with a determined look, then, a first shot of Meghan with a sad face.

“I had to do everything I could to protect my family,” says Harry, while images from the English press are shown.

“When the stakes are so high, doesn’t it make sense to hear our story told by us?” Meghan says after showing the couple in a situation that seems tense, Harry with his head thrown back and Meghan crying as she wipes the tears from her face.

The trailer’s release comes as the Princes of Wales, William and Kate, are touring the United States for the Earthshot Awards, where they will meet with President Joe Biden.

In one minute and twelve seconds, Harry and Meghan exposed moments of tension with the royal family.

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams told the Daily Mail that the release was “obviously timed to minimize the trip from Wales to Boston”, ensuring that this is a negative situation for the royal family and that the docuseries will deepen the wide gap between the royals. ‘royals’.

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