Harry and Meghan’s Netflix trailer slammed as ‘staged and phoney’
Harry and Meghan star in trailer for Netflix documentary
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Royal biographer Angela Levin has slammed the release of Prince Harry and Meghan’s new Netflix trailer and claimed she “felt sick” after watching the newly-released clips. Speaking to GB News, Ms Levin described the timing of the release, which was during the Prince and Princess of Wales’ US visit, as “vicious” and branded the couple as “very jealous”.
Ms Levin also called the trailer out for being “staged and phoney” after discussing one particular photo of Meghan that was used.
The photograph used appears to show the 41-year-old crying with her head in her hands.
After being asked “how do you get that photo”, Ms Levin replied: “Well, you ask a photographer to come along and then you act.
“She’s an actress”.
Ms Levin also claimed that Meghan had “been trying to get Harry to be an actor”, adding, “but not successfully as he can’t do it”.
“But that one [was] obviously staged and phoney”.
The couple’s teaser trailer was released during the Prince William and Kate, Princess of Wales’ trip to Boston.
The timing of the release has led to the couple being accused of “trying to torpedo” the royal couple’s highly-anticipated trip.
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The teaser trailer release coincided with the Waleses’ recent trip has been described by a source as a “declaration of war”, with a royal insider claiming that William is reportedly trying to “strike back” against any false allegations made by the couple in their docuseries.
Royal insiders have reportedly claimed that the Prince of Wales is no longer willing to stay silent and watch his brother and sister-in-law trash the monarchy on the world stage.
The trailer also includes images of Harry and Meghan in happier times.
Netflix is describing the series as an unprecedented and in-depth look at one of the most-discussed couples in history.
Aside from the docuseries, which is set for release later this month, Harry is gearing up to release his 416-page memoir next month.
The highly-anticipated book, which is titled Spare, will be available on January 10, 2023, just missing out on the lucrative Christmas market.
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