The latest trailer from the couple sees clips from their life which happened before they were together. The series, which is set to be released on Thursday, December 8 will take a look at how the couple first got together and the events which led to them leaving the Royal Family. Social commentator Peter Whittle has claimed the couple should be “stripped of their titles” due to the series being released.
The series, called Harry & Meghan, is the latest controversy to emerge from the couple as they speak about their life outside of the Royal Family.
Peter told GB News: “It has emerged this morning that they used an image in a trailer that was taken at a premiere of a Harry Potter movie back in 2005.
“That’s seven years before they even got married?
“You don’t actually have to even pick this kind of stuff up to discredit them, I think they’re doing a very good job of that on their own. I think that they are the most self-indulgent, narcissistic, whiny, privileged couple.”
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He told Bev Turner: “I don’t know why the King has not stripped them of the titles yet. He absolutely should, because that’s the only thing that’s keeping them commercial.
“They need those titles. It’s sort of emblematic of their general kind of shocking, high-minded, moralistic behaviour – all the things that basically turn people away from Harry and Meghan.
“I remember when there was the royal wedding, the level of goodwill towards them was extraordinary.
“They managed to turn it around and say, ‘Well, this country is appalling, Britain is appalling’.
“There was extraordinary goodwill towards both of them. And what I can gather with this new documentary, they’re even going to have a go at Britain, the British people. It’s just outrageous.”
In the trailer, Harry accused the Palace of “planting stories” about him and Meghan during the first years of their relationship.
In it, he says: “It’s really hard to look back on it now and go, ‘What on earth happened?’ There’s a hierarchy of the family, you know there’s leaking, but there’s also planting of stories.
“It’s a dirty game. The pain and suffering of women marrying into this institution, this feeding frenzy.”
As he speaks, images of Princess Diana, as well as Meghan Markle being followed by paparazzi, appear on the screen.
Harry then continues “I was terrified, I didn’t want history to repeat itself.”
The trailer ends with Prince Harry saying: “No one knows the full truth. We know the full truth”.
The release of their trailer and the documentary has been continuously slammed, with many claiming Prince William and Kate Middleton have been overshadowed:
Cameron Walker recently reacted to the trailer and said on GB News: “The last three episodes are going to be airing on the 15th of December.
“That is actually the Princess of Wales’ carol service at Westminster Abbey, so yet another overshadow for William and Kate.
“Prince Harry claims there is a hierarchy in the family, there is leaking, all suggesting there was an agenda against Meghan and Harry when they were working members of the royal family.”
Bev Turner today airs weekdays from 10am on GB News.
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