Prince Harry says ‘they’re happy to lie to protect my brother’ while Meghan says she’s ‘been fed to wolves’ before leaving UK with husband – the latest in their Netflix documentary series on Twitter part of the trailer.
Megan The video said “our security was removed” and “everyone in the world knows where we are”.
“I said, ‘We need to get out of here,'” he said prince harryAs the camera cuts to the plane taking off.
Prince Harry then appeared in a selfie video of the couple’s flight to the US, saying: “We’re flying free”.
The first three episodes of Meghan and Harry began airing last week, with the pair talking about the stress the media focus on their lives has caused them.
The final three episodes of the six-part series will be released on Thursday and will explore their decision to give up their royal duties and make a living in the United States.
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“I wonder what would have happened to us if we hadn’t escaped,” the Duke of Sussex said at the start of the 90-second clip.
He then spoke of “institutional gaslighting” before the Duchess added: “I wasn’t thrown to the wolves. I was fed to the wolves.”
“They were happy to lie to protect my brother,” Harry continued, referring to Prince William, who objected to images of Buckingham Palace and newspaper headlines including: “Queen orders tough Meg Brexit”.
“They were never willing to tell the truth to protect us.”
It’s unclear who the “they” the Duke is referring to are.
However – there are indications that Harry may have been talking to the British media. In the same trailer on Netflix’s website instead of the one posted on Twitter – the subtitle reads “British media are happy to lie to protect my brother” – although Harry actually says: “They’re happy to lie to protect my brother” Protect my brother”.
New Trailer Is More of a Family Drama
here we go again.
The latest trailer for the final three episodes of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s documentary has a familiar sensibility, even though it’s more of a family drama.
The language may have been stronger this time around, with Prince Harry talking about “institutional gaslighting” and Meghan saying she felt “fed by wolves”.
Last time the first three episodes didn’t bring specific charges against specific people, this time is different.
Harry says how “they” lied to protect Prince William, but “they” didn’t tell the truth to protect him.
We do not know what the lie is, nor what truth he is referring to.
Also unclear is who “they” are. You can point to the palace, or you can point to the media.
In fact, even more confusingly, in another trailer that was released, Harry said “the press” instead of the palace. Which it is we just don’t know.
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On 8 January 2020, the Sussexes revealed their intention to “retire as ‘senior’ members of the royal family and work towards financial independence”.
They officially left the monarchy on March 31, 2020, opting for personal and financial freedom instead of continuing as working members of the royal family.
“In order for us to be able to move on to the next chapter, you have to finish the first chapter,” Harry said.
Meghan said leaving the UK “gives us the opportunity to build the home we’ve always wanted”.
“I’ve always felt it was a fight worth fighting for,” Duke added.
this pair has defend the decision Give the streaming giant an inside look at their private lives – the show includes individual clips and stills of them as royals.
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The couple, who have signed lucrative deals worth more than £100m with Netflix and Spotify, have stepped down as senior working royals amid family rifts and struggles with royal life.
Following a blockbuster interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021, the docu-series directed by Oscar nominee Liz Garbus is being billed as Netflix’s global hit The event saw Harry and Meghan share “the other side of their high-profile love story”.
However, they face criticism, one Tory MPs plan to introduce legislation that could strip the couple of their royal titles.