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RICHARD EDEN: Harry and Meghan ‘are clearly targeting William and Kate Middleton’ in docuseries

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are “portrayed as victims” and “clearly target the Prince and Princess of Wales” in their Netflix docuseries, said The Mail’s Richard Eden.

Speaking to Mail+, the expert said the second trailer for the six-part documentary, released today, is “a declaration of war on the royal family.”

In the new one-minute preview, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex lash out at the “hierarchy of the family,” insiders allege “leaked and planted” stories about them and describe royal life as a “dirty game.”

Then – after images of Princess Diana and Kate being hounded by photographers – they talk about “the pain and suffering of women getting married in this institution.”

Richard Eden Has Commented On The Second Trailer Of Prince Harry And Meghan Markle'S Netflix Docuseries (Pictured)

Richard Eden has commented on the second trailer of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix docuseries (pictured)

Commenting on the trailer, Eden says: ‘What we see are clear attempts to portray [Harry and Meghan] as victims, make sure that Meghan is the new Diana figure.

“They’re clearly targeting Prince William and Catherine with this talk of hierarchy,” he added.

The expert says, ‘Let’s be clear. This is a declaration of war on the royal family. They even use the word war in this trailer.

“You have their powerful attorney Jenny Afia from Schillings, using this word war, and it’s clear that’s what they’re pursuing,” he notes.

Speaking To Mail+, The Royal Pundit (Pictured) Said 'If You Thought The Latest Trailer Was Bad, Wait Until You See This One'

Speaking To Mail+, The Royal Pundit (Pictured) Said 'If You Thought The Latest Trailer Was Bad, Wait Until You See This One'

Speaking to Mail+, the royal pundit (pictured) said ‘if you thought the latest trailer was bad, wait until you see this one’

The second clip showed the couple’s lawyer alongside a host of images, including some of Princess Diana.

Eden says, “If you thought that first trailer was bad, wait until you see this one.”

He went on to explain that friends of Prince William and Kate told him they were “sick” from the first trailer.

He says, “It seems to me that this trailer covers the first three episodes, which will be streaming next Thursday, and I feel like they’re holding back a lot for the next three next week. I can’t bear to think what’s in there.’

During This Second Trailer, Meghan'S Lawyer Jenny Afia (Pictured) From Schillings Uses The Word War

During This Second Trailer, Meghan'S Lawyer Jenny Afia (Pictured) From Schillings Uses The Word War

During this second trailer, Meghan’s lawyer Jenny Afia (pictured) from Schillings uses the word war

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1670288218 529 Richard Eden Harry And Meghan Are Clearly Targeting William And

Eden said the second trailer for the six-part documentary, released today, is “a declaration of war on the royal family.” Pictured is an emotional Meghan and Harry seen in the second trailer

Eden went on to say that Harry and Meghan, who live in Montecito, California, must “admit that they’ve received some really generous favorable coverage” during their marriage and before.

In this trailer, the couple references this positive coverage and even has Piers Morgan’s comment on the voiceover welcoming Meghan to the royal family.

However, Eden shares his shock that they immediately start mentioning the royal family hierarchy after this.

He notes, “They refer to Prince William as heir to the throne and above Prince Harry in the line of succession. They’re clearly targeting Prince William and Catherine with this talk of hierarchy.”

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1670288219 568 Richard Eden Harry And Meghan Are Clearly Targeting William And

Eden said: “What we’re seeing are clear attempts to portray them as victims, to make Meghan the new Diana figure.” In the photo a clip of Diana that can be seen in the trailer

Finally, Eden addresses Harry and Meghan’s mention to the media and their claims that stories against them have been leaked.

Prince Harry explodes ‘pain and suffering of women getting married in this institution’ – over images of Kate facing a ‘feeding frenzy’ from photographers

By Lydia Hawken for MailOnline

Prince Harry has blasted the “pain and suffering of women who marry in the institution” in the latest trailer for his new Netflix series.

This afternoon, the streaming platform released a second trailer for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new series and confirmed that the first episodes of the television special will debut on Thursday.

In an excerpt from the series, the father of two discusses how life within the company can be a “dirty game.”

As Prince Harry muses on his experience as a senior working royal, the trailer jumps to an undated clip of Princess Diana during a royal engagement where she meets the world’s press.

The New Netlix Trailer Used Video Footage Of The Princess Of Wales (Pictured In 2007) Outside Her Chelsea Home Before Marrying Into The Royal Family

The New Netlix Trailer Used Video Footage Of The Princess Of Wales (Pictured In 2007) Outside Her Chelsea Home Before Marrying Into The Royal Family

The new Netlix trailer used video footage of the Princess of Wales (pictured in 2007) outside her Chelsea home before marrying into the royal family

As the video flashes on screen, Harry remarks, “The pain and suffering of women getting married in this institution, this gluttony. No one knows the full truth. We know the full truth.’

Producers then used a split-second clip of the Princess of Wales outside her flat in Chelsea in 2007.

The future royal – who was working as an accessories buyer at fashion brand Jigsaw at the time – is seen walking down the street outside her home while surrounded by photographers.

The then 25-year-old had been in a relationship with Prince William for seven years at the time the video footage was made.

They made similar claims during their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021.

However, Eden says this is “simply not true” and describes why he can say this with confidence.

“How do I know the stories haven’t been leaked to them?” he says. “Because I was the first to bring out a negative story about Harry and Meghan, which was the departure of Meghan’s assistant, Melissa, who had been so instrumental in helping us organize the wedding.”

He ends by referring to the opinion of the British public: ‘What we see are clear attempts to portray them as victims, to make Meghan the new Diana figure.

Will the viewers fall for this? I’m not so sure. Maybe around the world. But I think people in Britain know the true story.’

Today, the streaming giant has confirmed that part one will launch on December 8 – exactly three months after the death of Harry’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II – while the second part will be released on December 15 – contrary to the Princess of Wales’ Christmas carol service.

The teaser opens with a scene of Harry and Meghan in a car, apparently in America, as the Duke says: “It’s really hard to look back on it now and think ‘what the hell happened?'”

As videos play of the couple announcing their engagement and wedding in 2018, a news clip voiceover by Piers Morgan says, “She’s going to be a rock star royal.”

Another scene depicts the Sussexes on a royal walk as a member of the audience shouts, “Meghan, we love you!”

Basically, Meghan says “and then” before snapping her fingers as Harry adds, “Everything has changed.”

A photo is shown of the royal family at Trooping the Color in 2019 – including William, Catherine, Charles and Camilla – as Harry explains: “There’s a hierarchy of the family, you know, there’s leaks, but stories are also being told. planted. It’s a dirty game.’

The couple’s lawyer Jenny Afia tells the camera: “There was a war against Meghan to support other people’s agendas” before Christopher Bouzy, a tech entrepreneur and longtime supporter of the couple, says: “It’s going it’s about hate, it’s about race’ .

Fragments of paparazzi photographing the couple are then compared to old images of Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, and Catherine, Princess of Wales, which are followed by the media.

The Duchess then says, “I realized they’ll never protect you,” and Harry adds, “I was terrified, I didn’t want history to repeat itself.”

Finally, Harry appears in a selfie video saying, “No one knows the full truth – we know the full truth,” and the trailer ends.

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