Harry and Meghan wage fresh war on royals as Netflix RELEASES docuseries: First of three episodes claims Palace ‘declined to comment’ on fresh accusations of racism, features Meghan breaking down in tears and footage of Prince at Heathrow on DAY of Megxit
- Netflix has released series: Harry & Meghan. First three episodes now streaming
- The Duke and Duchess of Sussex discuss Megxit, racism and their new life
- Prince Harry and Meghan film themselves on the day they quit as frontline royals
- Follow all the developments on the MailOnline live blog here
Meghan and Harry today declared war on the royals and the media as their Netflix bombshell documentary was released.
The highly-anticipated series is being put out in two parts, with the first three episodes of the six-part docu-series now available to stream.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex discuss Megxit, racism and their new life in California. It also begins with a pointed comment that the Royal Family declined to comment on allegations in the show and reveals it was completed in August 2022 – before the death of the Queen.
Episode begins with Harry filming himself at Heathrow Airport in March 2020 as he finishes his final royal engagements before emigrating. His wife, in Vancouver, breaks down on her bed as she says: ‘I don’t even know where to begin’.
Episode one opened with words written in white on a black background which said: ‘This is a first-hand account of Harry & Meghan’s story, told with never before seen personal archive. All interviews were completed by August 2022. Members of the royal family declined to comment on the content within this series.’
Meghan and Harry share a candid shot with Doria and Archie on his birthday
Meghan cries on her bed in Vancouver as Harry leaves the UK after Megxit
Harry and Meghan’s Netflix series is out today as their war with the Royal Family and the media continues
The opening scenes of the first episode show an airport with a close-up of a departures sign while piano music plays over the footage.
It then cuts to Harry and words on the screen tell viewers he is in the Windsor Suite at Heathrow Airport in March 2020.
He appears to be filming himself speaking into his phone camera and says: ‘Hi. So we’re here on Wednesday the something of March.
‘We’ve just finished our two weeks, our like final push, our last stint of royal engagements.
‘It’s really hard to look back on it now and go ‘what on earth happened’? Like, how did we end up here?’
As Harry speaks, images of the couple flash on screen, followed by newspaper headlines and broadcasters’ audio from coverage about their decision to step back from royal life.
Buckingham Palace has been braced for the worst after two trailers revealed the couple claim they had no protection from royal officials and that aides actively leaked and ‘planted stories’ against them as part of a ‘dirty game’.
King Charles and Prince William are said to be ready to respond to the series if necessary.
King Charles and Prince William are said to be poised to issue a ‘swift and robust’ response to any unjust claims in Harry and Meghan’s upcoming Netflix series – but William and his wife Kate are not likely to watch it themselves, sources said.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made an appearance at the Ripple of Hope Awards in New York
Members of the Sussexes’ now defunct household are said to be ‘seething with rage’ over trailers for the six-part documentary
King Charles and Prince William (pictured with Queen Consort and the Princess of Wales) are said to be undecided about whether to respond to the show
The Royal Family believes the series will actually by slim on new revelations.
A source told The Mirror: ‘There’s a real feeling in the camp that Harry and Meghan are making a lot of noise and there isn’t much more to say.
‘But preparations are being made for all outcomes, especially if there are unjust accusations being made.’
Members of the Sussexes’ now defunct household are also said to be ‘seething with rage’ over trailers for the six-part documentary.
Officials from both Buckingham and Kensington Palace will watch the first three episodes of the series on Thursday morning.
But it is understood that the Prince and Princess of Wales will refuse to watch the first three episodes of the documentary.
An insider also told The Sun that the royals are reluctant to engage in a tit-for-tat battle over the series.
They said: ‘If there are parts which are blatantly wrong, then it is only right that they are corrected.
‘The trailers already have some glaring errors and misrepresentations, which doesn’t bode well for the full series. But the plan is to keep schtum and carry on.’
But sources told the newspaper they are unlikely to respond until the full series has been released – due next Thursday.
Aides are understood to have been briefed by the King and Prince of Wales to issue a ‘swift and robust’ response if required.
‘If there is a need to respond to anything in the upcoming series then you can be assured that response will be swift and robust.’
It is understood that Netflix offered a right of reply to senior royal to allow them the chance to respond to any allegations featured in the series.
But Buckingham and Kensington Palace both deny receiving any such approach.
Harry and Meghan, meanwhile, have vowed that it is just the ‘beginning’ and have earlier spoken of ‘sweeping down walls of oppression’.
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