This is in reference to Meghan’s attempt to distance herself from the project in an interview last month when she said the documentary “may not be the way we would have told it”.
The royal commentator said: “Harry and Meghan wanted to use the documentary to present themselves in a brand new light, as hard-working people.”
Mr Sean discussed the long list of problems that arose over the course of the project, including claims that there was “not enough content” to fill the series.
Another issue was that the first director assigned to the project, Garrett Bradley, reportedly clashed with the couple over the direction of the show before eventually quitting.
A TV insider told the New York Post: “Garrett wanted Harry and Meghan to film at home and they were not comfortable doing that.
“There were a few sticky moments between them, and Garrett left the project.
“Harry and Meghan’s own production company captured as much footage as they could before Liz Garbus was hired.”
Mr Sean claimed: “The first director left after some disagreements with both Harry and Meghan about the direction of their show.
“According to a very good source, they wanted everything to be scripted. They were not comfortable with that aspect of reality TV.”
He claimed that the second director, Oscar nominee Liz Garbus, managed to complete the series but that relationship “also turned sour,” prompting Meghan’s distancing remarks.
Mr Sean said the “biggest problem engulfing the couple” is the Sussexes’ reaction to the finished product.
Harry and Meghan had been working on the series as part of a rumoured $100 million (£88million) deal
He explained: “The story of this will continue to leak out. Netflix are hoping that the publicity, even if it’s bad, will make people tune into what some are describing as a car-crash.
“A source close to the couple says they are trying to disassociate themselves from the entire project but wish it well.
“Basically, they are not happy with it, and they are hoping we forget about it.”
Harry and Meghan had been working on the series as part of a rumoured $100 million (£88million) deal with Netflix.
Royal commentator Daniela Elser echoed Mr Sean’s claim about the “ever-growing list of speed bumps and hiccups that have reportedly bedeviled the Duke and Duchess’s first big Netflix show”.
Representatives for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been contacted for comment.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK