Fears Meghan and Harry’s Netflix show will target British public


Inside sources fear the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s coming six-part Netflix documentary will also criticise the general public following previously reported statements from the Prince that Britons required a “lesson”.

The trailer for the couple’s six-part Netflix series dropped last week, promising an in-depth, never-before-seen look at their private life.

While clips suggested the series would focus partly on their struggles within the Royal Family, past interviews suggest the British public may receive a similar treatment.

Since the trailer was released, royal sources have forecast the documentary will turn out like their Oprah interview, but “with more crying”.

Oprah with Meghan and Harry released in 2021, but Prince Harry reportedly warned the public needed a “lesson” ahead of its debut.

The Sun revealed that senior sources said the Prince had warned the Royal Family would find their conversation “quite shocking” before sitting down for the bombshell interview.

They also claimed he said that “those Brits need to learn a lesson”.

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Royal Family LIVE: Fears Meghan and Harry’s Netflix show will target British public (Image: GETTY)

King Charles makes cheery morning debut following Sussex Netflix trailer

King Charles III was spotted in public this morning for the first time since Netflix released its trailer for the Sussex documentary.

He appeared cheery while attending the 11am morning service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk.

The King was wearing a brown overcoat and shoes, and was joined by a walking companion.

He responded warmly as members of the general public wished him well.

One person watching on as he left the church shouted “God save the king!”.

They received a warm smile and wave from the monarch as he untroubled despite a recent media storm surrounding his son and daughter-in-law.

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King Charles III greeted well-wishers as he attended morning service at Sandringham (Image: Geoff Robinson)

What can we expect from the Harry & Meghan series?

While the trailer for the Meghan & Harry series has caused an immediate ripple through royal fan communities worldwide, Netflix has issued a more in-depth description of what to expect from the “global event”.

In a statement accompanying the trailer release last week, the platform explained that people can look forward to a complete timeline of their relationship stretching from distant past to present.

Netflix has promised to cover “the span of their relationship”, from the “early days of the couple’s courtship to the challenges and controversies that prompted them to step back from the royal family”.

Documentary makers have assembled a panel of experts, including journalists, historians and friends of the couple to deconstruct their relationship.

Netflix promised that even the couple’s “most plugged-in fans and followers” have “never heard it told like this before”.

‘Hero Harry’ goes viral in video to charity children

Prince Harry went viral overnight after he posted a video wearing a Spider-Man suit.

The Prince appeared in a message to children in the care of the Scotty’s Little Soldiers charity.

The heartwarming video saw the Prince wish the children – who come from families of deceased soldiers – a merry Christmas.

He told them: “I hope you guys got some rest before tonight’s excitement. I hear from Sharky and George that there are five villains that you guys need to stop from ruining Christmas.

“So, use your teamwork, your brains and your brawn to make sure that you do exactly that. Find them and don’t let them ruin Christmas, okay?”

The Prince added: “At the same time, Christmas is a time we will miss our loved ones really, really badly. And that’s okay.

“But at the same time, it can be possible to feel guilty for having fun without our parents.

“But I am here to assure you that our parents always want us to have fun, okay?

“So don’t feel guilty. You’re allowed to have the best time ever, especially with this Scotty’s Little Soldiers community.”

He told the children to “go out there and have the best time” before removing his mask and whispering “Merry Christmas.”

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Prince Harry took off his mask and wished the children merry Christmas (Image: SCOTTY’S LITTLE SOLDIERS)

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