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Harry and Meghan Netflix Trailer Slammed as ‘Staged and Phony’

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Harry and Meghan Netflix Trailer Slammed as 'Staged and Phony'

Angela Levin, a royal biographer, has slammed the release of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new Netflix trailer and staged and phony and “vicious” attack on the Royal Family by a pair of “very jealous” individuals.

Ms. Levin commented during a weekend interview with The Sun, where she revealed she “felt quite sick” while watching the Sussexes’ docuseries trailer. She blasted the trailer for being “staged and phony” after discussing one of the photos used of Meghan.

The image shows the 41-year-old woman crying with her head in her hands.

Ms. Levin responded to the question, “How do you get that photo?” by saying, “Well, you ask a photographer to come along, and then you act.” “She’s a model.”

Ms. Levin also claimed that Meghan had “been trying to get Harry to be an actor,” adding that “he can’t do it.”

The teaser trailer for the couple was released during Prince William and Kate, Princess of Wales’s visit to Boston.

Because of the timing of the release, the couple has been accused of “trying to torpedo” the royal couple’s much-anticipated trip to the United States.

“It’s a mystery why they would act that way.” It’s extremely unprofessional. It’s very deceptive. It’s extremely repulsive.

“You have to smarten up if they want people to feel sorry for them, which is part of what they want.”

“There’s a lack of competence there.” If a newspaper did that, the reporter would be fired. You’re lying to me.

“They complain about the press manipulating things and not telling the truth, and here they are.” It’s extremely stupid.

“They are jeopardizing their entire reputation.” They must believe that we are all fools and that we would not dare to look at the pictures they have because they have placed them there.”

In a new trailer released today, Prince Harry slammed the royal hierarchy, and Meghan sobbed, “They’re never going to protect you.”

The trailer features misleading photographs as Harry and Meghan as they describe their lives.

“It’s hard looking back and thinking, ‘what on earth happened?'” says Prince Harry.

“There is a family hierarchy,” he adds.

“It’s a feeding frenzy, the pain and suffering of women marrying into this institution.”

“I was terrified because I didn’t want history to repeat itself.”

“I don’t imagine Harry would have realized, but Netflix have been careless here as it weakens Harry’s comment about protecting his family,” royal expert Ingrid Seward told The Sun.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have come under fire for sharing a photo that is thought to have been taken in a private area of Buckingham Palace that is never seen by the public.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been dubbed “hypocrites” for sharing Netflix footage shot near the late Queen Elizabeth II’s private apartments at Buckingham Palace.

While the public may be familiar with certain areas of the palace, the Queen and other royals’ private apartments were completely off-limits, with the Royal Household sharing only a few photos.

On the other hand, Harry and Meghan have been chastised for filming during a trip to the United Kingdom two years after announcing their intention to relocate overseas.

The pair can be seen walking towards a set of doors with two footmen preparing to open them in the official trailer for their explosive Netflix documentary, which airs on December 8.

On each side of the room, two chairs with initials etched into them indicate that they belong to a monarch, while a box with “Her Majesty” sits on the windowsill.

Many people have pointed out that the scene was shot on the North Side of the palace, directly beneath the Queen’s private apartments, which the late Sovereign and family members only use.

Harry and Meghan slammed on Social Media.

Since the trailer was released, thousands of people have taken to social media to express their outrage after discovering where the photo was taken.

“Can you imagine screaming that your privacy has been violated but having the audacity to bring your photographer here of all places?” “They’re two sick people,” one grumbled.
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“It’s interesting how they always think it’s OK to violate somebody else’s privacy and then complain about being harassed over the same thing,” said another.

“OMG, that’s terrible!! “They shouldn’t have released photos taken at private palace locations,” another said.

Meanwhile, The Telegraph claims that the Sussexes took a photograph without the late Queen’s permission.

The image was a “genuine violation” of the Queen’s privacy, according to a source, who also admitted that word would have spread quickly around the palace.

“Aah!” said a third. But I believe they did want to film inside their own homes. Hypocrites.”

Due to “strict protocol” surrounding images in the Monarch’s private quarters, those wishing to film at any of the Monarch’s homes typically require permission.

The publication claims, however, that Buckingham Palace did not authorize the image taken in March 2020 and that “a memo” is usually sent to the Queen.

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