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Harry and Meghan: Second bombshell trailer for Netflix documentary claims ‘war on Meghan’

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Incendiary claims by Prince Harry of “a war against Meghan” has sparked a furious backlash.

In a trailer for their new documentary, he alleged the couple had suffered from leaks and planted stories that backed up the royal family ‘hierarchy’.

Camera IconIt’s claimed Meghan’s poor treatment was “about hatred, it’s about race”.  Credit: Netflix/Netflix

Allies told the six-hour series on Netflix there was “a war against Meghan to suit other people’s agendas”, with one claiming “it’s about hatred, it’s about race”.

In clips for the show, Harry, 38, took aim at royal aides, smirking as he commented: “It’s a dirty game”.

But royal sources insisted it was “absolutely wrong” to suggest Harry and Meghan had been briefed against and “unprecedented steps” had been taken to support them.

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The new trailer gave the clearest signal yet that the California-based pair will reopen old wounds as they seek to justify why they quit as working royals and left Britain.

It contained footage of Princess Diana, Meghan and the new Princess of Wales all surrounded by photographers, as Harry spoke of “the pain and suffering of women marrying into this institution”.

He appeared to reference the death of his mother as he added: “I was terrified. I didn’t want history to repeat itself”.

Prince Harry spoke of the pain and suffering of women marrying into the royal family. PICTURED: Princess Diana runs the gauntlet of paparazzi.
Camera IconPrince Harry spoke of the pain and suffering of women marrying into the royal family. PICTURED: Princess Diana runs the gauntlet of paparazzi. Credit: Netflix/Netflix

But the accuracy of the Netflix series was immediately called into question as it emerged that footage which supposedly showed media harassment of the couple was actually filmed under vastly different circumstances.

Footage of cameramen included in the trailer was actually filmed as former glamour model Katie Price arrived for a drink driving court appearance, while a photograph showing banks of waiting photographers was taken at a Harry Potter premiere with no royal attendance.

In the trailer, footage shows photographers swarming around a car, as Meghan says: “I realised they (the royal household) are never gonna protect you.”

The trailer then cuts to an image of Meghan wiping her eyes, apparently in tears.

But the car footage was filmed outside the home of Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen, as he left to start a prison sentence in 2019.

Doubt has been cast on the authenticity of a number of photos used in the documentary which supposedly show Meghan and Harry the target of paparazzi.
Camera IconDoubt has been cast on the authenticity of a number of photos used in the documentary which supposedly show Meghan and Harry the target of paparazzi. Credit: Netflix/Netflix

Another photograph showed Harry and Meghan walking away with their baby son Archie while a cameraman appeared to loom over them from a hidden vantage point.

Journalist Robert Jobson said it was taken when the couple met Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town, and that Harry and Meghan had agreed where three accredited photographers and journalists could stand.

He said it was a ‘complete travesty’ to use the photograph as an example of intrusion. Journalist and pundit Piers Morgan, whose voice from a news report was used in the trailer, said: “These two wouldn’t know the truth if it slapped them round their latte-encrusted tiaras.”

The former Good Morning Britain host branded Harry “a deluded spoiled manipulated brat” who was “waging a relentless vicious public war against his own family”.

Meghan in tears as Harry looks on in the background.
Camera IconMeghan in tears as Harry looks on in the background. Credit: Netflix/Netflix

The couple’s claims sparked incredulity amongst royal insiders, some of whom were keen to make clear they are only speaking out because of the nature of the allegations from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

One said: “The truth is that the Palace took unprecedented steps to support the couple. They were given their own dedicated household, office, press office, home and staff.

“That is unheard of for a member of the Royal Family in their position (not a direct heir to the throne). The Queen even sent her most trusted personal staff to support Meghan, not that she wanted any of their advice.

“Both the duke and duchess always thought they knew best.”

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The source pointed out that not only were the Queen’s ladies-in-waiting asked to personally advise Meghan, but Harry’s grandmother persuaded her deputy private secretary, Sam Cohen, to stay on for six months to guide the couple.

Mrs Cohen remained with them for more than a year, even though, she later told friends, the experience was one of the worst of her career due to the couple’s allegedly unreasonable behaviour.

Deputy private secretary, Sam Cohen, told one source that working with Harry and Meghan was one of the worst of her career due to the couple’s allegedly unreasonable behaviour. 
Camera IconDeputy private secretary, Sam Cohen, told one source that working with Harry and Meghan was one of the worst of her career due to the couple’s allegedly unreasonable behaviour.  Credit: Netflix/Netflix

Another source adds: “Yes, this was a very new situation for the royal household but they were excited about Harry and Meghan’s potential and what they could achieve as a couple for the monarchy and the country.

“They were keen to put in the framework for them to succeed. It’s why Her late Majesty handed them plum jobs within the Commonwealth.

“Could the Palace have done more? Very possibly. Can it be quite slow and unwieldy sometimes? Definitely.

“Certainly too slow for the likes of Harry and Meghan, who were very impatient. The Palace’s starting point always is “but what is our precedent?”


Incendiary claims by Prince Harry of “a war against Meghan” has sparked a furious backlash.

In a trailer for their new documentary, he alleged the couple had suffered from leaks and planted stories that backed up the royal family ‘hierarchy’.

It’s claimed Meghan’s poor treatment was “about hatred, it’s about race”. 
Camera IconIt’s claimed Meghan’s poor treatment was “about hatred, it’s about race”.  Credit: Netflix/Netflix

Allies told the six-hour series on Netflix there was “a war against Meghan to suit other people’s agendas”, with one claiming “it’s about hatred, it’s about race”.

In clips for the show, Harry, 38, took aim at royal aides, smirking as he commented: “It’s a dirty game”.

But royal sources insisted it was “absolutely wrong” to suggest Harry and Meghan had been briefed against and “unprecedented steps” had been taken to support them.

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The new trailer gave the clearest signal yet that the California-based pair will reopen old wounds as they seek to justify why they quit as working royals and left Britain.

It contained footage of Princess Diana, Meghan and the new Princess of Wales all surrounded by photographers, as Harry spoke of “the pain and suffering of women marrying into this institution”.

He appeared to reference the death of his mother as he added: “I was terrified. I didn’t want history to repeat itself”.

Prince Harry spoke of the pain and suffering of women marrying into the royal family. PICTURED: Princess Diana runs the gauntlet of paparazzi.
Camera IconPrince Harry spoke of the pain and suffering of women marrying into the royal family. PICTURED: Princess Diana runs the gauntlet of paparazzi. Credit: Netflix/Netflix

But the accuracy of the Netflix series was immediately called into question as it emerged that footage which supposedly showed media harassment of the couple was actually filmed under vastly different circumstances.

Footage of cameramen included in the trailer was actually filmed as former glamour model Katie Price arrived for a drink driving court appearance, while a photograph showing banks of waiting photographers was taken at a Harry Potter premiere with no royal attendance.

In the trailer, footage shows photographers swarming around a car, as Meghan says: “I realised they (the royal household) are never gonna protect you.”

The trailer then cuts to an image of Meghan wiping her eyes, apparently in tears.

But the car footage was filmed outside the home of Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen, as he left to start a prison sentence in 2019.

Doubt has been cast on the authenticity of a number of photos used in the documentary which supposedly show Meghan and Harry the target of paparazzi.
Camera IconDoubt has been cast on the authenticity of a number of photos used in the documentary which supposedly show Meghan and Harry the target of paparazzi. Credit: Netflix/Netflix

Another photograph showed Harry and Meghan walking away with their baby son Archie while a cameraman appeared to loom over them from a hidden vantage point.

Journalist Robert Jobson said it was taken when the couple met Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town, and that Harry and Meghan had agreed where three accredited photographers and journalists could stand.

He said it was a ‘complete travesty’ to use the photograph as an example of intrusion. Journalist and pundit Piers Morgan, whose voice from a news report was used in the trailer, said: “These two wouldn’t know the truth if it slapped them round their latte-encrusted tiaras.”

The former Good Morning Britain host branded Harry “a deluded spoiled manipulated brat” who was “waging a relentless vicious public war against his own family”.

Meghan in tears as Harry looks on in the background.
Camera IconMeghan in tears as Harry looks on in the background. Credit: Netflix/Netflix

The couple’s claims sparked incredulity amongst royal insiders, some of whom were keen to make clear they are only speaking out because of the nature of the allegations from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

One said: “The truth is that the Palace took unprecedented steps to support the couple. They were given their own dedicated household, office, press office, home and staff.

“That is unheard of for a member of the Royal Family in their position (not a direct heir to the throne). The Queen even sent her most trusted personal staff to support Meghan, not that she wanted any of their advice.

“Both the duke and duchess always thought they knew best.”

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The source pointed out that not only were the Queen’s ladies-in-waiting asked to personally advise Meghan, but Harry’s grandmother persuaded her deputy private secretary, Sam Cohen, to stay on for six months to guide the couple.

Mrs Cohen remained with them for more than a year, even though, she later told friends, the experience was one of the worst of her career due to the couple’s allegedly unreasonable behaviour.

Deputy private secretary, Sam Cohen, told one source that working with Harry and Meghan was one of the worst of her career due to the couple’s allegedly unreasonable behaviour. 
Camera IconDeputy private secretary, Sam Cohen, told one source that working with Harry and Meghan was one of the worst of her career due to the couple’s allegedly unreasonable behaviour.  Credit: Netflix/Netflix

Another source adds: “Yes, this was a very new situation for the royal household but they were excited about Harry and Meghan’s potential and what they could achieve as a couple for the monarchy and the country.

“They were keen to put in the framework for them to succeed. It’s why Her late Majesty handed them plum jobs within the Commonwealth.

“Could the Palace have done more? Very possibly. Can it be quite slow and unwieldy sometimes? Definitely.

“Certainly too slow for the likes of Harry and Meghan, who were very impatient. The Palace’s starting point always is “but what is our precedent?”

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