Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aim to RECONCILE with royal family once docu and memoir release
MONTECITO, CALIFORNIA: Prince Harry and Meghan are set to mend their relationships with the royal family, once their Netflix docuseries and the prince's tell-all memoir come out. While sources suggest the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have spoken about reaching out to the prince's estranged relatives after the "inevitable furor" around the projects has died down. However, the first trailer of the couples docuseries has already been released, causing a fair amount of commotion of its own.
Royal Insider has questioned whether family members will be interested in re-building the bridges, particularly Harry's brother, Prince William, who has been left especially hurt and angry by the depth of his betrayal, would even welcome such an overture, claims Daily Mail. "The trouble is when it comes to the Sussexes and these revenge projects that they are so hell-bent on, people are asking when will enough be enough?" said one. "It's not unreasonable in the circumstances to ask whether they are even interested in repairing their relationships with the family."
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will release a documentary series on Netflix soon.— Pop Tingz (@ThePopTingz) December 1, 2022
The docu-series will cover their story and address their departure from the royal family. pic.twitter.com/f9hQTmnVhf
It is understood that the multi-million dollar production deal signed with the streaming giant, plans to release the six-part documentary in two halves of three episodes each. Nevertheless, palace insiders have also raised eyebrows on the release dates of the forthcoming docuseries. The first will come next Thursday, December 8, the three-month anniversary of the death of Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth. The second will come a week later on Thursday, December 15, the day the Princess of Wales holds her second annual carol concert at Westminster Abbey to recognize community heroes. It will be attended by other senior royals and broadcast on Christmas Eve, reported the source.
This week's trailer of the Netflix docuseries entitled Harry & Meghan suggested the couple still has a long road to repair their relationship. One footage includes a voice-over from Harry saying gravely, "No-one sees what's happening behind closed doors" over a black and white picture of his wife in an armchair, apparently crying. The film then swiftly cuts away to a shot focusing on a pinched-looking William and Kate at the 2019 Commonwealth Service in London, with the Sussexes sitting meekly behind them. In another clip, Meghan could be seen conversing with a producer off-screen and saying, "When the stakes are this high, doesn't it make more sense to hear our story from us?"
Harry & Meghan. A Netflix Global Event. Coming soon, only on Netflix. pic.twitter.com/ysxaCcESP4— Netflix (@netflix) December 1, 2022
Furthermore, in addition to the Netflix series, senior royals are also preparing for the much-anticipated release of Harry's memoir 'Spare' in January. The bombshell tell-all memoir was allegedly pushed to release in 2023, while many have also suggested the memoir was revised to make some last-minute changes, out of respect for the late Queen. Insiders also fear an attack on his own father, King Charles after Harry previously accused Charles of abandoning him both emotionally and financially, reported the source. While Meghan accused the royals of racism and the Princess of Wales of making her cry during a pre-wedding bust-up. However, one thing is certain Harry will not mention anything ill about the late Queen, as he has always had the utmost respect for his grandmother.