The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s recent Netflix series has been declared the streaming service’s second-best documentary ever.
The first three episodes of Harry & Meghan were released on December 8, followed by the final three a week later, setting the stage for the upcoming dukeControversial memoir standby.
Reporting its fourth-quarter earnings, Netflix revealed it gained 7.7 million subscribers between October and December, including the debut of a $7 (£5.65) a month ad-supported option.
Both Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have remained silent on the allegations in the documentary series, which include Harry saying he was terrified after the Prince of Wales screamed and yelled at him during the Sandringham summit.
The 38-year-old duke claimed that Kensington Palace “lies to protect my brother” in a statement denying stories that William bullied him out of the royal family.
He also accused his father, King Charles, of lying about a tense Megxit crisis meeting with the Queen in January 2020.
Harry’s autobiographical book “Standby” is also not lacking in explosive revelations, becoming UK’s fastest-selling non-fiction book Recorded since 1998 after its release on January 10.
The Duke produced the 550+ page Spare headline dominant claim They included accusing William of attacking him personally and making fun of his panic attacks, saying King Charles put his own interests ahead of Harry’s and calling Camilla a “villain” and “dangerous person” in an ABC interview.
In it, he admits for the first time to using cocaine, smoking weed and experimenting with magic mushrooms, and claims to have killed 25 people in Afghanistan during his two tours of duty.
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Key revelations from Prince Harry’s book
- Duke admits to using cocaine – says ‘it’s not very funny’
- He claims to have killed 25 people in Afghanistan during his two tours of duty
- He says he asked his father not to marry Camilla – as did his brother
- He described how King Charles told him Meghan should not go to Balmoral after the Queen’s death
- He recalls the moment he learned his mother, Princess Diana, had been in a car accident
- He says he lost his virginity to an older woman in a field behind a busy pub
- He accused Prince William of knocking him over in an argument about the Duchess of Sussex
But as Harry gave a series of high-profile promotional interviews, he said he “most wanted” for his children Archie and Lilibet to have a relationship with the Windsors – despite his claims to his brother, father and mother criticized. Stepmother Camilla.
The Duke also described his late mother Diana, Princess of Wales, as his “guardian angel” and said she was “always with him”.