After the release of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's trailer for their upcoming Netflix docuseries, "Harry & Meghan," a royal source claimed they have "run out of ammo" against the royal family. Allegedly, King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort are not worried about what the show has to expose at all, though they are sure exhausted by the Sussexes' drama.
Netflix dropped the trailer for "Harry & Meghan" exactly when Prince William and Kate Middleton were in the U.S. for their Earthshot Prize ceremony in Boston. As many saw it as strategically timed, a lot suspected it just made Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's feud with the royal family worse.
The one-minute trailer focused on the former senior royals' love story and struggles with The Firm. Hence, it's expected to address more criticisms about the royal family.
The docu, which first part will be out on December 8, comes in the wake of the couple's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021. They continuously criticized the royal family in several interviews released over the following months.
Meghan Markle also usually drops bombshell revelations on her podcast, "Archetypes." Elsewhere, Prince Harry is also expected to detail his pain and unhappiness with his family in his upcoming memoir, "Spare."
Amid all these upcoming revelations, the royal family reportedly can't wait to see "Harry & Meghan" and what it contains. Sources told the Daily Mail that King Charles and Camilla are "not worried but wearied" about it.
With all the interviews and declarations Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made since they stepped down from their senior royal roles in 2020, an insider from the place claimed, "it's very wearying."
Meanwhile, the trailer in question saw the royal couple using a photo they seemed to approve of while accusing the press of invading their privacy. The image featured the two with their eldest child, Archie, taken from a balcony at Archbishop Desmond Tutu's residence in South Africa in 2019 when they were on an official tour.
The picture was reportedly taken by a photographer who was part of the accredited press pack at Archbishop Desmond Tutu's home. Hence, royal correspondent Robert Jobson tweeted that using the said photograph suggested that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's accusation that the press was intrusive was a "complete mockery."
He then explained that only three people were in the accredited position to take the snap, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle agreed to it, stressing he was there. He then shared a photo he took himself from the event, adding that he was part of the three-person U.K. palace pool, and nobody was allowed in; they only shared words and photos with the U.K. media.
ITV royal editor Chris Ship chimed in, saying Jobson made a valid point and adding that the filming of Archie at Archbishop Tutu's residence was "highly controlled."