Sources have stated that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will claim they were bullied by palace officials on their new show on Netfix.
The dramatic trailer for the docu-series, ‘Harry and Meghan’ dropped on Thursday – in the middle of Visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to the United States.
At one point in the show, Markle, 41, was seen crying with her head in her hands.
A source said: “Harry and Meghan will discuss how they felt the palace did not represent their best interests, and talk about being victims of the palace’s media machine.”
A Hollywood insider confirmed: “Harry and Meghan will claim that they have been bullied by minors. What will become clear is that they suggest that their trials and tribulations are linked to bigger issues in the world, like racism.”
Markle may even hint at allegations that she was a bully herself during her royal stint, Page Six was told.
The former ‘Suits’ actress has been accused of evicting personal assistants from Kensington Palace in October 2018 – and of being ‘bent on always having someone in her sight’. These allegations have been denied.
The allegations were leaked to the UK Times, days before the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey was due to air in March 2021. Harry later said he woke up to find Meghan “crying into her pillow” over the accusations.
Buckingham Palace launched a review and made changes to its internal HR policies as a result. However, officials said Results will be kept confidential.
As previously reported, “Harry and Meghan” will be released on Thursday. Page Six has been told there will be three episodes, followed by three more episodes on December 15th.
Despite experiencing significant backlash for the timing of the trailer’s release – which overshadowed the Prince and Princess of Wales’ visit to Boston – sources told Page Six that Harry and Markle had asked to release the teaser earlier this week but that Netflix bosses made the decision to release it on Thursday.
Another source said: “It was not intended or directed at the Prince and Princess of Wales in any way, that’s the truth.”
However, an insider of the royal family told Page Six that they were baffled by the inclusion of a picture of a frosty-looking Princess Kate in the trailer. The second installment of the Netflix series will be released on the same day that Kate will attend Carole’s charity gala in London.
An image of Markle weeping cuts to a shot of her sister-in-law as the sound of breaking glass crackles.
The insider said, “I honestly don’t know why Kate is there. It has absolutely nothing to do with it.”
Sussexes representatives were unavailable, while a Kensington Palace spokesperson said after the trailer’s release: “As I said over the weekend, we won’t be distracted by other things this week.
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