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Harry lays bare the pain and suffering of women who wed royals

Prince Harry and Meghan: Netflix trailer discussed by expert

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Prince Harry opened up about the difficulties of women marrying into the Royal Family. In a one-minute teaser for the imminent Netflix docuseries, the Duke of Sussex recounts his love story with Meghan Markle with clips capturing key moments in their life. But following their fairytale wedding in 2018, the couple’s relationship with the Firm sours until their formal departure.

In the second Netflix teaser, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle can be seen looking out the window, as the Duke’s voiceover says: “It’s really hard to look back on it now and go, ‘What on earth happened?'”

The clip proceeds to show the very first public images of the couple in the spotlight after officialising their relationship, with broadcaster voice announcing the news: “You hear that? That is the sound of hearts breaking all around the world.”

Meghan’s rise to fame within royal circles and her love affair with the British people are then showcased through various situations flash across the screen.

“She’s becoming a royal rock star,” a broadcaster says, before a royal fan shouts: “Meghan, we love you!”

Meghan appears in a positive light right until the day of her wedding with Harry. But a shift suddenly happens, as Meghan then snaps her fingers in one scene after saying: “And then…”

Harry finishes: “Everything changed.”

Tackling the root of the problem, Prince Harry adds: “There’s a hierarchy of the family. You know, there’s leaking, but there’s also planting of stories,” Harry says, before calling it all a “dirty game”.

“The pain and suffering of women marrying into this institution, this feeding frenzy,” he adds.

The next shots show Prince Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, as Prince Harry draws a direct parallel between his mother’s media treament and his wife’s. 

“The pain and suffering of women marrying into this institution, this feeding frenzy,” he adds.

Tabloid headlines pop up on screen, showing The Sun saying “The Secret Sadness of Princess Di” and People’s magazine headlining: “Di’s Private Battle”. 

Meghan, who appears victim of the same media treatment, says: “I realised, ‘They’re never going to protect you.'” before wiping out her tears after what appears to be an emotional breakdown.

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With his own mother’s tragic story in mind, Prince Harry added: “I was terrified. I didn’t want history to repeat itself. No one knows the full truth. We know the full truth,” Harry adds as the trailer comes to an end.”

After a painful divorce with then-Prince Charles and leaving the Royal Family, Princess Diana was victim of intense and negative tabloid coverage leading up to her death in August 1997 in Paris. 

Speaking at his sister’s funeral, Charles Spencer had strong words for the media, particularly the tabloid press, and their treatment of Diana: “I don’t think she ever understood why her genuinely good intentions were sneered at by the media, why there appeared to be a permanent quest on their behalf to bring her down. It is baffling.”

In a dangerous sign for the Royal Family, Prince Harry concludes the clip by saying: “No one knows the full truth. We know the full truth.”

The Royal Family has yet to comment on the documentary.

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