Harry and Meghan Netflix documentary LATEST: Royals to face claims it 'lied to protect Wills' as bombshell show returns | The Sun

PRINCE HARRY & Meghan Markle's controversial show returns tomorrow – with more explosive claims expected from the Sussexes.

The Royal Family is braced for the second part of Harry and Meghan's explosive Netflix documentary which will drop tomorrow at 8am – with the final 3 episodes available to watch straight away.

In a teaser trailer released to Twitter, Harry says: "They were happy to lie to protect my brother, they were never willing to tell the truth to protect us."

But what is the lie relating to Prince William?

As Harry throws shade at his brother, viewers will want to know what Prince William did wrong (if anything) and why it was covered up.

Read our Harry & Meghan Netflix blog below for the latest news…

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    Why did they use footage from Diana’s Bashir interview?

    Prince William called for a ban on his mum’s famous Panorama interview after journalist Martin Bashir was found to have used “deceitful behaviour” to get Diana to open up.

    The Beeb vowed it would “never show the programme” again or “licence it in whole or part to another broadcaster”.

    It’s understood Netflix was not given permission to use the interview.

    Yet Prince Harry allowed the streaming giant to carry two clips, justifying their use saying: “I think we all know that she was deceived into giving the interview. But at the same time she spoke the truth of her experience.”

    In the 1995 interview, Princess Diana spoke about “three people” in her marriage as her husband carried on his affair with the now Queen Consort Camilla.

    Prince William is likely to be unhappy about the use of the footage as he made it very clear his mother’s interview should “never be aired again” after Bashir spun a web of lies to secure his scoop.

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    Fans are all asking the same questions

    Meghan and Harry refer to “they” a lot throughout the series but it’s not always clear who “they” are.

    In the new trailer, Harry says “they were happy to protect my brother” – but Netflix has muddied the waters over who the Prince was referring to with two different versions of the promo.

    One version, on the Netflix website, carries subtitles that simply references “they” – but on Twitter it says Harry is yet again aiming his ire towards the British media.

    Harry also makes the claim he and Meghan were victims of gaslighting – but it’s not clear who they are accusing.

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    Details are ‘very tricky’ says source

    Prince Harry is likely to keep dropping bombs and royal secrets in another new TV interview, a source says.

    The Duke of Sussex is said to be in talks with mayor US networks about sitting down in front of the camera and spilling more about the Royal Family.

    An insider told The Mirror that CBS and Penguin Random House bosses have yet to settle on interview and global syndication deals.

    They said the details are “very tricky” and CBS executives and King have been trying to keep it under wraps.

    Harry’s close friend James Corden is also signed to CBS for his Late Late Show.

    The source added: “Do not be surprised to see him on that show, but this type of book suits a news-style programme.”

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    Harry accused of playing PR game

    Prince Harry proceeded to release pics taking the salute at a US base hours after attacking royals in a trailer for his Netflix show.

    The Duke, who has been stripped of his honorary military titles, was seen at a Pearl Harbor memorial in Hawaii last month.

    Tomorrow he will claim in the last three episodes of his docuseries that lies were told to ­protect William and he will accuse the Windsors of “institutional gaslighting”. Meghan will moan she was “fed to the wolves”.

    Royal expert Margaret Holder blasted: “Harry does not represent our monarch or military. This was a private visit. By doing this he is left wide open to accusations of running a blatant public relations campaign.

    “I cannot see why the Americans allowed this. He has no real right to be there and take the salute from the current officers.

    “It’s an indication of how much he values his connection with the Army which was the only time in his life he felt his role was valid and actually doing something on behalf of Queen and country.”

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    What can we expect tomorrow?

    Meghan Markle teases the Sussexes security saga in the latest trailer for the series, claiming “our security was being pulled”.

    Royal expert Tom Bower, author of Revenge, dismissed the suggestion the Duke and Duchess had their security withdrawn before Megxit, saying it was “shockingly untrue”.

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    Royal fans make demands

    ROYALS fans demand Meghan Markle and Prince Harry provide “evidence” The Firm lied to them as the couple released a third trailer.

    The first three episodes of the couple’s docuseries, titled Harry and Meghan, launched on Thursday and dives into the pair’s “love story” as well as their feud with the Royal Family.

    But ahead of new Netflix episodes this week, the pair appear to take a fresh swipe at the Royal Family in the latest trailer for the controversial show.

    In the 1 minute trailer, the prince accuses the Palace of “not telling the truth to protect” him and Meghan but being happy to lie to protect brother William in the clip.

    But fans have demanded the pair provide proof, with one tweeting: “Evidence please or this is just another love in for Meghan and Harry, without any proof whatsoever, a bit like Meghan and Harry’s story really.”

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    Is it time for Meg and Harry to have their titles stripped?

    Following the release of their Netflix documentary, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have faced calls to have their titles stripped.

    The Sussexes have unleashed a barrage of attacks on the Monarchy since stepping away from their roles as working royals.

    Is it time for them to be stripped?

  • Joseph Gamp

    Is it time for Meg and Harry to have their titles stripped?

    Following the release of their Netflix documentary, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have faced calls to have their titles stripped.

    The Sussexes have unleashed a barrage of attacks on the Monarchy since stepping away from their roles as working royals.

    Is it time for them to be stripped?

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    Prince Harry never intends to return to Royal Family

    A body language expert believes Prince Harry will never to return to the Royal Family.

    In an exclusive with the Daily Star, Body language expert Inbaal Honigman said: “The new trailer is very revealing of Harry’s inner workings when he talks about his escape.

    “When he says he wonders what would happen had they not got out when they did, his hands are in front of his face, which shows a sense of control.

    “The hands tap over one another – tap, tap, tap – then rest. This is Harry reliving the feeling of getting out, hurrying out of the situation, then resting where he is.

    “The gesture shows that he believes this to have been a one-way journey, and he never intends to be back.”

    Honigman continued: “When Harry recalls how he said ‘we need to get out of here’ he rests his head on his hand, showing deep thought, and then he immediately lifts his fingers to cover his mouth.

    “There may be more to the story which he is not revealing.”

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    The latest Harry & Meghan trailer drops

    The streaming dropped another trailer today in anticipation of tomorrow's final release.

    Episodes 3-6 will be available to watch on the streaming platform from 8am GMT.

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    Princess Kate has ammunition and could take aim at Harry & Meg

    According to a source Princess Kate is “hell-bent” on retaliating to claims made in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s £88million Netflix docuseries.

    The source told In Touch: “Kate’s ammunition could potentially destroy Meghan.”

    They added: “The docuseries is the final nail in the coffin for Harry and Meghan’s relationship with the royals.” 

    According to the same source, the Princess of Wales has been “inundated” with offers for interviews.

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    Harry & Meg won’t be welcome in UK after doc, royal expert claims

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not be welcome in the UK following their Netflix docuseries, according to royal author Tom Bower.

    Speaking to Page Six, Bower said: “I can’t imagine they’ll be welcome. I don’t think Harry will ever be welcome back in England.”

    He added: “I think he’s [Prince Harry] just cutting himself off from it all. You know, he is turning himself into an outcast, and I don’t think anyone’s going to be looking to — to see if he’s welcome here. And … with her, she’s finished now for sure. And he’s on the verge of being finished.”

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    Why must the ex-staff stay quiet?

    This is an opinion piece by Jane Moore

    OH to be a fly on the wall at Sandringham this Christmas.

    Publicly, King Charles may be adopting the age-old “never complain, never explain” mantra, but behind antique doors one must surely be spitting organic, triple-cooked chips.

    For that pesky fountain pen he lost patience with has got nothing on his temperamental youngest son spilling his guts on Netflix knowing full well that the chances of his duty bound father and brother stooping to his level and retaliating are very slim indeed.

    So their hands are tied in the face of this globally streamed verbal onslaught.

    Or are they? For Charles and William have an ace up their sleeve that could give some much-needed perspective to this currently one-sided debate in which Harry and Meghan are painting themselves as paragons of virtue amid a viper’s nest of institutional bias.

    And that is to remove the legal muzzles on the former and current palace staff who claim to have been bullied by them.

    Read more here

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    Richard Madelely says Harry ‘a very damaged man’

    Good Morning Britain (GMB) presenter Richard Madeley has weighed in on the controversy surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix docuseries.

    Madeley was discussing the doc on this morning’s GMB with Royah Nikkah, the Sunday Times’ royal editor, journalist Maverine Cole and co-host Susanna Reid.

    Madeley asked Nikkah: “What we saw in the first three episodes and will probably see in the next is a complete abandonment of caring what the media thinks, because the media absolutely went after them after the first three – they don’t care, do they, what the media thinks?”

    Nikkah replied: “That is definitely right, I know from someone who speaks to Harry that [he] just assumes automatically that every time there’s a story [in the British press], it’ll be negative… of course he doesn’t care what the media thinks.

    “I think he stopped caring quite a long time ago, although that hasn’t stopped him suing them.”

    Madeley later said Harry comes across as a “very damaged man”, which Nikkah agreed with, saying it was linked with the death of Diana, his mother, when he was only a 12-year-old boy.

    The conversation has been criticised on social media, with one commenter saying it was “completely disgusting” to say Harry was “damaged”.

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