Meghan Markle is heavily pregnant with her daughter Lili at home in a new trailer for the explosive Netflix documentary about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
In the latest teaser released this morning for Harry & Meghan, the royal mum of two, 41, is seen at home with Prince Harry, 38, sporting a large baby bump.
While the Duchess kept her pregnancy with her daughter incredibly private at the time, sharing only a few photos, two snaps from that period have appeared in trailers for the new documentary.
It’s because the royal family insisted it wouldn’t be “broken off” by the Harry and Meghan Netflix documentary, which will be released in two parts on Thursday, December 8 and Thursday, December 15.
Meghan Markle is heavily pregnant with her daughter Lili at home in a new trailer for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s explosive Netflix documentary
The second trailer released ahead of the documentary series features the Duke and Duchess at home in their $14 million mansion in the US.
As Prince Harry buries his head in his hands, Meghan can be seen in the background wearing a form-fitting green tank top that flatters her big baby bump.
It’s the second time royal fans have been treated to a hugely personal snapshot in trailers for the Netflix series.
The first trailer, released last week, featured a photo of Meghan cradles her baby bump.
While the Duchess kept her pregnancy with her daughter incredibly private at the time, sharing only a few photos, two snaps from that period have appeared in trailers for the new documentary
While it’s unknown which of her pregnancies the photo was taken of, the Duke and Duchess have shared several photos from the California beach where they now live.
In the photo, Meghan can be seen looking at her baby bump while wearing a billowing caftan, straw hat and sunglasses.
Contrary to claims of behind-the-scenes “crisis talks” and plans to “hit back” at yet another barrage of claims and accusations, senior royals are planning a very “business as usual” approach when the documentary airs this week. released. .
“We will not let gusts blow us off course from across the Atlantic,” a royal source told the Daily Mail scathingly.
The Mail on Sunday reported yesterday how the King and Queen’s consort are ‘tired’ by the constant attacks from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared some ultra-personal unseen footage in the first trailer for their new Netflix documentary
Sources at Buckingham Palace said there was “growing frustration and exhaustion” over the barrage of complaints that Harry and Meghan are relentlessly and publicly voicing about their alleged treatment by members of the royal family.
The late Queen famously made it clear that “memories may vary” about many of the couple’s claims — and that opinion hasn’t changed.
There’s a sense of “here we go again” in the royal households over the couple’s new Netflix docuseries launching on Thursday.
A slick trailer for the six-part series was released last week, threatening to reveal further details about family issues.
But there is hope among the family that the ‘Sussex squall’ will blow itself out by the time the series ends and Harry’s forthcoming memoir is published in January.
“It’s probably going to be a tough few weeks, but what else can they have to say after that?” asked another insider.
A slick trailer for the six-part series was released last week, threatening to reveal further details about family issues. Pictured: A photo from the trailer
There’s a sense of “here we go again” in the royal households over the couple’s new Netflix docuseries launching on Thursday. In the photo: a romantic photo from the trailer of the new documentary
It’s all going to be a very “end of the pier” show if they don’t watch out and throw the same complaints around on talk shows and documentaries.
“Surely there will come a time when even they realize they have to move on with their lives? The rest of the family certainly wants that.’
Indeed, the King and the Queen’s consort have a busy week ahead of them with a number of important and long-planned engagements. Tomorrow the monarch will be in Luton to meet community leaders and voluntary organizations promoting interfaith harmony, something he has been promoting for over 50 years.
At Luton Town Hall he will be reunited with Festus Akinbusoye, the Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner, who was previously supported by his Prince’s Trust.
There is hope among the family that the ‘Sussex squall’ will blow itself out by the time the series ends and Harry’s forthcoming memoir is published in January.
The King and the Queen’s consort (pictured) have a busy week ahead of them with a number of important and long-planned appointments
His Majesty will also visit the newly built Sikh Guru Nanak Gurdwara, speak with volunteers and learn about their programs for the community.
On Wednesday, the Queen Consort will invite seriously and terminally ill children from Helen & Douglas House and Roald Dahl’s Marvelous Children’s Charity to decorate the Clarence House Christmas tree.
She holds the magic event every year where she personally serves sausages and mash to the youngsters and this year she has arranged a surprise visit from Santa and his reindeer. “Their Majesties are getting on with what matters,” a source added.
Royal sources told The Mail on Sunday that Charles and Camilla were ‘not worried but weary’ by the duke and duchess’s continued outbursts.
Since retiring as working royals and moving to California, they’ve critiqued the royal family in interviews, including a high-profile show with Oprah Winfrey, and shot the Netflix series.
Harry reportedly boasted that the Oprah program would be “quite shocking” for the royals.
During that interview, the couple claimed they had experienced racism within the royal family – a claim denied by senior royals.
The Netflix trailer showed a photo of Harry and Meghan taken at Buckingham Palace, apparently without permission.
It led to claims that they had broken protocol by taking a private photographer into the palace. The incident was reportedly the subject of a written complaint.