Netflix has dropped the trailer for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's upcoming docuseries, now officially titled "Harry & Meghan," in time for Prince William and Kate Middleton's visit to the U.S. As the preview seems meant to derail the royal couple's high-profile visit to Boston for the Earthshot ceremony, many believe it only reignites and possibly worsens the royal feud.

Royal experts see the release of the explosive trailer as deliberately "taking away" the attention from the Cambridges' tour. However, it looks like Prince William and Kate Middleton don't mind it at all, as it's business as usual for them.

The one-minute teaser mostly features the Duchess of Sussex. It shows her in tears several times, plus some intimate scenes of her and the Duke of Sussex.

The clip also features their photo with the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall during the Commonwealth Day in 2020. Kate looks "daggers drawn" in the snap.

Hence, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are accused of sabotaging the biggest international royal visit since Queen Elizabeth II died in September. Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams said, via Express, that the trailer's released was "obviously timed" to take away the attention from the Prince and Princess of Wales' trip to Boston.

He also claimed that the former senior royals like to "control their narrative." Alternatively, royal author Phil Dampier also told Express that the couple released the trailer in a "deliberate attempt to overshadow" Prince William and Kate Middleton's visit to Boston.

Elsewhere, Omid Scobie tweeted that if tomorrow is Prince William's Super Bowl, the trailer for "Harry & Meghan" is the Halftime Show. Meanwhile, Hello! magazine's royal editor Emily Nash, who's reporting live from Boston, revealed that the heir to the throne and the next Queen Consort have "concerns" about the docuseries.

She said the Wales team is keen to keep the focus on Earthshot, which they have been building for the past 18 months. Surely, they're disappointed now that the attention has been snatched from them and are also concerned about what the documentary will reveal.

However, it will be business as usual for them; they will just go on with it and continue their engagements. Nash stressed that there might be no comments coming out from Prince William and Kate Middleton.

"It's incredibly difficult," she said. As senior members of the royal family, the two are known for not commenting on anything that comes out in the media.