Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan want to unpack about the nightmare they had to experience through the British royal family and the press.
Flavia SchlittlerDeputy Head of Department People
They lie and cheat. In the current Netflix trailer, as an announcement for the first three parts of their Netflix documentary, which the streaming service will broadcast on December 8th, there are no fewer than five verifiable lies with which Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41) wage a false fight against the British royal family and the press. As much as you like the renegade royals would believe so throw them for years with accusations, untruths and claims about you that are proven to be false. View
Let’s start with the latest:
Netflix trailer with five wrong pictures
1. The many paparazzi don’t turn the cameras on the couple, it was the Harry Potter premiere. Meghan and Harry weren’t even present.
2. Followed to the car: The recording shows an ex-lawyer for former US President Donald Trump (76). The lawyer was on his way to jail. The picture has nothing to do with the renegade royals.
3. Another crowd of photographers. They photographed British model Katie Price (44), who appeared for a court hearing in December 2021. Meghan and Harry were not present on this date.
4. Prince Harry spitefully tries to cover a camera lens with his hand. But he wasn’t there with Meghan, but he and his ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy (37). Harry didn’t know his current wife then.
5. Again there are many photographers around Harry and Meghan. Only: This was an official press date and not a paparazzi march.
No prince title for son Archie because of skin color
In the scandalous interview with US talk show host Oprah Winfrey (68) on March 7, 2021, they accuse the royal family of racism. Son Archie (3) did not get a title because of his mixed origins. In truth, the title goes back to a 1917 royal decree. This states that the great-grandchildren of the reigning monarch may no longer bear a title – except for the children of the future heir to the throne. In this case it is Prince William (40) and his children Prince George (9), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4).
Comparison with Nelson Mandela
In an interview with “Cut”, she claimed that a South African “Lion King” star compared her to South African freedom fighter Nelson Mandela († 95) in 2019. Two of those present denied this claim.
Meghan knew nothing about the British royals
As part of their engagement in late November 2017, the former actress claimed to have “knew nothing about the royals” as an American. Before the first date, it was only important to her that the most famous bachelor in the world at the time was “nice”. According to friends of hers, this is wrong. Meghan was fascinated by Lady Di († 36) as a child. As a teenager, she even visited Buckingham Palace, of which a photograph exists.
Secret marriage vows
Also on the talk show on Ophrah Winfrey, Meghan claimed she and Harry tied the knot in a private ceremony three days before their wedding on May 19, 2018. Only Justin Welby (66), Archbishop of Canterbury, was there. He later denied the claim in the media.
Forgotten contribution to biography
Harry and Meghan’s biography “Finding Freedom” was published on August 11th. She denied any involvement in the court. When her ex-employee produced emails proving otherwise, she said she “forgot” to do so.
Grown up in poor circumstances
She also claimed this on the US talk show, also that she has not seen her half-sister Samantha Markle (58) for decades. A 2008 photo of Samantha graduating from college refutes that claim. In addition, Meghan was privileged by her father Thomas Markle’s (78) million-dollar lottery win, with private school attendance and ballet lessons. Meghan will appear before a US court on October 3 for defamation. Unless she and Samantha find an out-of-court settlement.