On Monday morning, Netflix released a new trailer for the final three episodes of Harry & Meghan, and in it, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle intensified their attacks on the British media. In the trailer posted on the streamer’s YouTube channel, Harry complains that he and his brother Prince William received different treatment in the media. Harry said: “They were happy to lie to protect my brother. “They were never willing to tell the truth to protect us.”
Harry also described what happened to him and Meghan as an “institutional spark”. It’s a sign that unlike the first three episodes of the long-awaited documentary series, where the couple avoid criticizing the royal members Directly, the set of episodes that will premiere on Thursday morning may be more explicit in blaming the royal family for the couple’s tumultuous departure in early 2020.
The trailer also details what happened in March 2020, as Meghan and Harry left their rented home on Canada’s Vancouver Island for Los Angeles before the border closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. “I wonder what would have happened to us if we hadn’t gotten out when we did,” said Harry. Meghan added, “Our security has been pulled. Everyone in the world knows where we are.”
entertainment tycoon Tyler Perry also appear in the trailer. “They just want to be free,” he said. “They want to be free to love and be happy. I welcome that.” In March 2021 Meghan and Harry tell Oprah Winfrey that Perry lent them his private jet and allowed them to stay his house in Los Angelesand earlier this year, Perry opened up about supporting the pair in an interview with NBC’s Today recital. The new trailer features footage of Harry on Perry’s jet in 2020, saying “We’re on a free flight.”
There is also a guest from Christopher Bouzy, CEO of Bot Sentinel, a company that analyzes online misinformation and misinformation attacks. “They’re actively recruiting people to spread misinformation,” Bouzy said in the trailer, though it’s unclear who he’s referring to. Year 2021The Sentinel bot released a report documenting a coordinated harassment campaign against Harry and Meghan online, which found that 70 percent of negative tweets came from just 83 accounts, with the primary intent seemingly like tweeting about the couple.
Perhaps anticipating some of the criticism that the series has so far been too focused on past grievances, Harry mentions his motives for looking back at the past. “For us to be able to move on to the next chapter, you have to finish the first one,” he said. The trailer ends with pictures of Meghan and Harry on Montecito estate where they moved to after leaving Perry’s house. “It gave us the opportunity to create the home we’ve always wanted,” Meghan noted.
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