'THIS MEANS WAR!' Prince William ready to fight 'untrue claims' in Harry and Meghan Markle's Netflix docu

'THIS MEANS WAR!' Prince William ready to fight 'untrue claims' in Harry and Meghan Markle's Netflix docu
William, Prince of Wales, is ready to fight back against any false allegations in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Netflix documentary since his wife Kate was dragged into it as well (Youtube/Netflix)

ANGLESEY, WALES: The Prince and Princess of Wales are all set to "fight back" in response to the allegations in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's upcoming Netflix docuseries. As Harry and Meghan gear up for the release of 'Harry & Meghan', Wiliam has decided to drop the royal family’s “never complain, never explain” mantra after his wife Catherine was dragged into the controversial trailer.

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William reportedly ordered royal officials to keep a close watch on the series for any inaccuracies regarding the royal family, as per 7 news. Even though the contents of the series are still not been out, most of the people believe that it would be about Harry's, but Kate's appearance in the trailer was "a declaration of war," a palace insider told The Express.

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“The Prince and Princesses’ team will wait to see what’s in the Netflix series before deciding what to do, but you can see the direction of travel,” an insider reportedly said. According to the sources, along with the trailer's contents, it's strategic release hours after the Wales family touched down in the US was viewed as "sabotage" and William would not hesitate to tell Harry to "back off" in case of any false accusations.

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A crisis conference will be held by King Charles, William and staffers to discuss any allegations they believe to be untrue in the six-part series and to plan retaliation. “If there is a need to respond to anything in the upcoming series then you can be assured that response will be swift and robust,” sources said.

“There is a completely united front from the King and his family concerning the numerous attempts to privately make peace with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex which sadly have once again resulted in the other side wishing to air their repeated grievances to the world,” sources added.

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The Oprah interview in March 2021 was met with a different swift response from the family. It took them two days to release a statement in which they said they were "saddened" at learning how many difficulties the Sussex family had to face.

In the Netflix documentary trailer, which includes never-before-seen private moments between the royal couple. “When the stakes are this high, doesn’t it make more sense to hear our story from us?” Meghan says in the trailer.

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A picture of Meghan crying and clutching her phone was shown during a voice-over, followed by the sound of glass breaking as Kate gives the camera a "stern" look.

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“I was appalled when I watched this trailer, frankly, It’s everything we feared,” royal expert Richard Eden told Daily Mail recently. Following the release of the trailer, Eden spoke with friends of the royal couple, who expressed that they were "frankly sickened" by its contents.

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