The Royal Family have been warned to brace themselves for what will be revealed in the new series.
A heated debate on racism erupted on Matt Frei’s radio show on Saturday between a campaigner and a former royal protection officer.
Anti-Racism Campaigner Kofi Mawuli Klu argued with the former Head of Royal Protection, Dai Davies about the resignation of Lady Susan Hussey.
The now disgraced Baroness had been a long-standing member of the royal household but was forced to quit after repeatedly asking a black British charity boss where she was “really” from during a Buckingham Palace reception.
Prince William and King Charles are allegedly in crisis talks over the documentary.
The source said: “I genuinely think it’s going to be worse than the royals can imagine.
“I’m told that it’s going to be utterly explosive and will be very damaging.”
The one-minute trailer for the new documentary was released this week, and it features black and white photographs of Harry and Meghan playing to slow piano music.
At one point in the trailer, Harry says: “No one sees what’s happening behind closed doors” followed up with a picture of Meghan crying in an armchair.
The trailer shows what seems to be a picture of Meghan Markle crying in an armchair.
The trailer shows a clip of the Royal Family, but with the focus on Kate Middleton stating
The next clip is a picture of members of the Royal Family, but with the focus on Kate Middleton stating sternly into the camera, suggesting the upcoming series may address rumours of the relationship between the Sussexes and the rest of the Royal family.
The trailer ends with a shot of Meghan Markle who says to the camera: “When the stakes are this high, doesn’t it make more sense to hear our story from us?”
The source added: “A lot of people are either pro-Sussex or pro-William and Kate, but there’s a belief that this documentary will bring people onside with Harry and Meghan.
“The big question is that, whatever the revelations are, who will people side with after seeing the show. It has that feeling like the public will have to choose.
“There’s been some talk the documentary has been toned down but at the moment that’s wrong.”
Royal sources have reported that Prince William is preparing to discuss the upcoming documentary with King Charles and that the pair will put on a “united front” if there is to be a potential response to the documentary.
Senior palace officials will reportedly watch the first three episodes of the series to see if any action is needed.
It is currently unknown when the documentary will be released.
“What we’ve seen in Boston and projects like the Earthshot Prize these past few days is exactly this in action.”
It is currently unknown when the documentary will be released and it has not been announced officially by Netflix.
However, it is speculated that it may drop next week on Thursday, December 8, but the only thing currently known is that it will be “coming soon”.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK