From the wedding dress drama from Meghan to Kate & # 39; s counseling sister, royal TV film gives a VERY brutal portrait of the love story of Sussexes – but how credible do YOU think it is?
- Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal tells the story of the couple of the past year
- TV film offers a cheeky look at the band of the duchess with sister-in-law Kate
- Also suggests the reason why Meghan did not choose a close-fitting wedding dress
A new TV movie about the romance of Harry and Meghan is set to surprise royal fans with his cheeky look at what might happen behind closed doors.
Lifetime Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal offers a playful, fictional account of the events that took place in the run-up to the royal wedding in May last year – and the first few months of the Sussexes as husband, husband.
Before the film is fully broadcast, Vanity Fair got a sneak peek and shared details about what viewers can expect.
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Her big day! Lifetime Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal offers a playful, fictional account of the events that immediately led to the royal wedding in May of last year – including the choice of the duchess of the dress. In the photo, actress Tiffany Smith as Meghan in the film
Sister relationship: the relationship between Meghan and Kate has been the source of widespread interest – and the same applies to Lifetime & # 39; s version of events. The film paints the sisters-in-law so close. On the photo, actors playing the royal family in Sandringham at Christmas
Romantic gestures: Harry, played by British actor Charlie Field, shakes Meghan with treats and a homemade banner when she arrives in London. Pictured, actors like the couple
The film starts a few months before the wedding and includes Meghan's relocation from Canada to the UK.
Lifetime & # 39; s fictional version of events sees a thoughtful Harry convenience Meghan & # 39; s transition from actress to royal expectant bride by welcoming her into their new Kensington Palace home with flowers, candles, champagne and a home-made banner.
The romantic fantasy continues when it comes to Meghan telling her husband that she is expecting.
The moment happens when the prince on the screen presents his wife a new puppy – and he can understand that she has her own important news to share, simply by the way she looks at him.
Getting Angry: Tiffany Smith, 36, left, previously revealed that she focused on Meghan & # 39; s subtle physical peculiarities to help her perform. Well, the characteristic & # 39; baby hair fold & # 39; of the duchess, where she moves her hair from her face, was one of the habits
The relationship between Meghan and her sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, has been the source of widespread interest – and the same applies to Lifetime & # 39; s version of events.
The cable film paints the sisters-in-law up close, with Kate Meghan offering important words about how to deal with attention.
& # 39; You'll never be able to check everything & # 39 ;, says the Duchess of Cambridge about afternoon tea.
Candid: An explosive trailer sees American actress Tiffany Smith, who portrays Meghan, admitting she feels like she & # 39; pretends to be a beautiful swan & # 39;
Hit back! Meghan is forced to defend himself against cruel remarks from an insider, seen on the left, who calls her a hypocrite
The unnamed insider comes back and tells her: & # 39; You'll never be able to check everything & # 39 ;, before Meghan returns with: & # 39; I'm still waiting for my reverence & # 39 ;, giving her critic a cheeky smile
Royal supporters also get a fictional look at how Meghan decided her wedding dress.
Based on a realistic commentary on the slightly looser fit, Meghan explains that she once saw a bride faint in her dress with corsets, so she chose to let her breathe & # 39; breathe & # 39 ;.
It also shows a fictional conflict about Meghan & # 39; s decision to marry in white, despite being divorced, and her choice of Givenchy as a designer.
The film plays American actress Tiffany Smith as the Duchess of Sussex and British star Charlie Field as Harry.
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