The final season of the controversial Sussexes documentary has aired on Netflix, in which the royal family braced themselves to see how the statements the Palace briefed against Harry and Meghan play out. .
The final three episodes of the six-part series begin streaming at 8am on Thursday.
The opening scenes of episode 4 feature black and white footage from the late Queen’s wedding to the Duke of Edinburgh.
It then moves on to Meghan telling how her private secretary, who has worked for the Queen for 20 years, told her: “It’s like a perfectly swimming fish. It’s powerful, it’s at the right current. Then one day this little creature appeared.
“This alien creature. And the whole thing happened… What was it? What is it doing here? It’s not like us. It doesn’t move like us. We don’t like it. Get it off of us.
“And she just explained that, you know, they’ll soon see that it’s stronger, faster, even better with this creature being a part of it.
“It’s going to be hard for them to adapt to this new thing at first but then it’s going to be great.”
Meghan added: “And I really hope that’s true.”
The trailers showed it featured allegations the Palace briefed against Harry and Meghan to deflect attention away from less favorable coverage of other royals as part of the “war against Meghan”.
Meghan’s lawyer, Jenny Afia, alleges that she saw evidence of providing briefs from the Palace against the couple to fit someone else’s agenda.
The duchess herself said: “You’ll see it play out, like a story about someone in the family will come out for a minute and they’ll say ‘we have to make it go’.”
Her friend Lucy Fraser added: “Meg has become a scapegoat for the Palace. And so they will put stories about her whether they are true or not to avoid other less favorable stories from being printed.
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Harry, in another trailer, said, “They were happy to lie to protect my brother (William). They were never willing to tell the truth to protect us”, while Meghan said she was “fed by wolves”.
The Sussexes have signed lucrative deals, believed to be worth more than £100m, with the streaming giant and Spotify, after stepping down as senior working royals in 2020 following rifts family and struggle with royal life.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/harry-and-meghans-documentary-finale-airs-on-netflix-42220953.html The end of Harry and Meghan’s documentary airs on Netflix