Tech CEO who made cruel comments about Prince and Princess of Wales aging appears in new explosive trailer for Harry & Meghan
- Christopher Bouzy says: ‘It’s about hate. It’s about race’ in new Netflix trailer
- The CEO and founder of data company Bot Sentinel investigates online abuse
- Last year, Bouzy tweeted that Kate and William, 40, were getting older in ‘banana years’
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have enlisted a tech guru who once made cruel comments about the Prince and Princess of Wales’s appearance to speak on Harry & Meghan, a new trailer shows.
A one-minute clip released by Netflix this afternoon shows Christopher Bouzy, the founder of US tech company Bot Sentinel, claiming, “It’s about hate. It’s about race.’
Bouzy, who often comments on the split between the Duke and Duchess and the Palace on Twitter, previously tweeted that he thought Kate and William, both 40, were aging in “banana years.”
The second explosive trailer for the £88 million Netflix docuseries about the Duke and Duchess’s story after they stepped down as senior members of the royal family in 2020 reveals more bombshell claims from the couple, including Harry claiming there was a ‘hierarchy’ is within the royal family. Family.
Christopher Bouzy (pictured above in the Harry & Meghan trailer) tweeted last year that the Prince and Princess of Wales were aging ‘in banana years’
After the release of the explosive trailer, Christopher tweeted, “I think I can officially announce I’m in the Harry and Meghan docuseries.
“I want to thank everyone who supported Bot Sentinel’s investigation and enabled us to expose the targeted hate campaign against Harry and Meghan.”
Last year, Christopher posted on Twitter about the Prince and Princess of Wales, making a “little” comment about how they’ve aged.
He wrote, “Forgive me in advance for being petty. I just saw a recent photo of William and Kate, and the two of them are aging in banana years.
“I don’t understand why, since they have a team of people waiting on them hand and foot 24/7.”
His crowdfunded company has previously investigated online trolling and harassment against the Duchess of Sussex.
In the latest trailer for Harry & Meghan, dropped by Netflix this afternoon, the Duchess of Sussex looks tense and emotional
Last October, Bot Sentinel released a report showing that about 70% of online harassment and abuse targeting Meghan Markle came from just 83 Twitter accounts. Buzz feed reported.
Streaming service Netflix’s second bombshell trailer features more unseen photos of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
After a series of clips from photographers and newspapers print, Meghan says, “I realized they will never protect you” before being seen crying again. Harry adds: “I was terrified, I didn’t want history to repeat itself.”
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?'”
It then paints a picture of the couple’s initial popularity, with a news presenter describing “the sounds of hearts breaking around the world” after announcing their engagement, and Piers Morgan saying how Meghan was “becoming a rock star royal ‘.
Another scene depicts the Sussexes on a royal walk as a member of the audience shouts, “Meghan, we love you!”
At this point, a photo of their wedding appears, before Meghan says “and then…” and Harry adds, “everything has changed.”
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.