Meghan Markle claims she WON'T do reality TV days before her fly-on-the-wall Netflix doc with Harry 'will be released' | The Sun

MEGHAN Markle has claimed she WON’T do reality TV just days before her fly-on-the-wall Netflix documentary is set to be released.

The show, which will give an insight into the Sussexes' "love story", will hit screens on December 8.

But now Meghan has slammed reality documentary-style TV shows on her latest podcast.

In her finale episode of Archetypes she chatted to Andy Cohen who is the executive producer of The Real Housewives franchise.

And despite admitting she was a fan of the show, she said she would never do reality TV.

She joked: “Is this my audition for real housewives in Montecito?

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To which Andy replied: “You don't have to audition, we will build a show around you.”

However, the duchess snapped back: “No, there will be no reality shows.”

The statement has left fans confused – as the release of her fly-on-the-wall Netflix show is just days away.

In the last year a team from the streaming giant, with which they have a £113million deal, have followed them around – including at the Invictus Games in The Hague, Netherlands.

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And Harry and Meghan are said to discuss other royals — including King Charles, Camilla and Prince William — on their documentary, directed by top US documentary maker Liz Garbus.

The couple are understood to have wanted to push the controversial TV series – set to tell their "love story" – back to 2023 amid backlash over the new series of The Crown.

But is it the highly-anticipated show will not be postponed and will hit screens on December 8.

It follows the storm around the latest series of Netflix's hit drama which was released on November 9.

Bosses have been blasted for “inventing” scenes of a younger Charles trying to oust the Queen.

The show is also under fire for filming the last moments of Princess Diana — played by Elizabeth Debicki — before the 1997 car crash in Paris that killed her.

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