Many royal household consultants weighed in on the new trailer simply launched to promote Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Netflix documentary. The trailer coincides with Kate Middleton and Prince William’s US go to. One professional believes Prince Harry desires to “throw his family under the bus.”
Prince Harry is ‘being paid millions to throw his family under the bus,’ says professional
Royal commentator Charles Rae had a lot to say about Harry and Meghan’s Netflix trailer. When GB News host Patrick Christys asks what Rae thinks about the trailer, he says, “I think he has taken millions of [dollars] to throw his own family under the bus.”
Rae continues by saying many individuals will probably remark about the trailer on social media. “All the Twitter keyboard warriors out there, they can get ready because this little snippet that we’ve seen is very much past the sick bucket,” says Rae. “Honestly, I couldn’t believe what we were seeing.”
Rae summarizes the Netflix documentary, saying, “It’s all ‘poor me.’” He says we’ve already had Harry and Meghan’s model of the story, so he’s unsure what’s new. Rae says viewers could have to wait and see when the documentary is launched.
Commentator says Meghan and Harry’s Netflix trailer ‘undermines’ Kate and William’s US journey
Many commentators are questioning the timing of the trailer launch. It’s not clear if Harry and Meghan had been the ones who pushed for the launch the day earlier than the Earthshot Prize awards or if this was a aware determination on Netflix’s half. Both means, the timing appears questionable, in accordance to Rae. He says the documentary is a priority as a result of Harry and Meghan are “high profile” and the whole lot they do displays on the royal household.
Rae believes Meghan and Harry’s Netflix trailer will “undermine” the charity work Kate and William are doing in the United States. In accordance to him, their media push is distracting. “What is amazing to me is the one minute, 12 second clip has been released today while his brother and his sister-in-law are in Boston doing royal charity events,” says Rae. “And this is just going to undermine that, as has the racism row. It’s going to undermine the whole thing.”
Royal professional Jonathan Sacerdoti mentioned Meghan and Harry’s documentary with Us Journal. “When did the royal family become the Kardashians?” he asks after seeing the trailer. “And who’s the driving force behind that? Because whoever it is, I think it’s time she stops. I have to say this trailer is everything we expected and worse. I think it shows the high drama that Netflix and Harry and Meghan try to make of it.
In Sacerdoti’s opinion, the duke and duchess wanted to “hijack” Kate and William’s publicity whereas they had been on their US journey. “It just shows, I think, how much, they would go to any end at all for as much publicity as possible.”
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