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Princess Kate has ‘sympathy’ for Prince Harry as he feels ‘pressure’ from Meghan

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Princess Kate is said to feel “sympathy” for Prince Harry, as he seems to be “under pressure” from his wife Meghan Markle, according to reports.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down as working members of the Royal Family in 2020 and moved to Montecito in California, where they have attempted to make their own way financially.

This includes a multi-million dollar deal with Netflix, where they have produced their own content including their Harry & Meghan documentary and Heart of Invictus.

Netflix is the same platform that created The Crown, which is due to drop its sixth and final series next week, with some storylines causing certain royals to feel “violated”, including one scene involving the ghost of Princess Diana.

Prince William is reportedly furious that Harry is continuing to work with Netflix after their depiction of the Firm in The Crown, but Kate is more considerate towards her brother-in-law.

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Kate is said to believe that Meghan is the main driver behind the Netflix deal, as the couple have been trying to make money without the Firm’s help.

Speaking to Heat Magazine, an insider claimed: “Kate is a little more sympathetic towards Harry – she tends to blame Meghan for most of what’s gone wrong.

“She’s convinced Harry was talked into this highly unfortunate deal with Netflix, because he’s under so much pressure to keep up their lifestyle.”

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They added: “She’s angry with both of them, of course, but most of her ire is directed at Meghan – she just can’t believe how she could do something like this, and then refuse to back down.”

The new series of The Crown is set to be released in two parts, with the first part being available to stream from November 16 and the second half streaming from December 14.

In one controversial moment Princess Diana will appear as a ghost to comfort her ex-husband, then-Prince Charles, as he grieves her loss in 1997.

Appearing as a ghost, Diana tells Charles: “Thank you for how you were in the hospital. So raw, broken – and handsome. I’ll take that with me.

“You know I loved you so much. So deeply, so painfully too. That’s over now. It will be easier for everyone with me gone.”

She will also appear to her former mother-in-law Queen Elizabeth, but according to a source at Netflix these visions are intended to be “visualisations of innermost thoughts” rather than “to be interpreted as supernatural”.

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