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Release of the entire Harry and Meghan Netflix documentary

The first three episodes of the documentary were broadcast on Thursday at 8 a.m. as interest in it reached a fever pitch this week.
Prince Harry makes fun of Charles and William
The temptation is to marry someone who fits the mold, Prince Harry said of men in the Royal family, in what seemed to be a dig at his brother.
The Duke of Sussex said: I think for so many people in the family, especially the men, there can be a temptation or an urge to marry someone who would fit the mold rather than someone who you may be destined to be with.
He also made fun of his father, King Charles, by claiming that he and the Duchess of Sussex were determined to avoid the same mistakes their parents made when it came to raising their kids.
As I previously stated, race is what makes this different.
According to the Duke of Sussex, the fact that his wife is an American actress has tainted his family's perception of her. He said: ...
..."I remember my family first meeting her and being incredibly impressed; some of them didn't quite know what to do with themselves."
However, the fact that I was dating an American actress was probably what initially tainted their perception the most, thinking, "Oh she's an American actress; this won't last."
The Duchess of Sussex recalled the first time she met Meghan when Will and Kate visited for dinner: I remember I was in ...
...ripped jeans and I was barefoot. They also talked about the first time Meghan met the Prince and Princess of Wales.
The formality carries over on both sides, which surprised me. There is a forward-facing way of being, and then you close the door and say, "You can relax now."
She claims that I had a lot to learn, including the National Anthem.
The first senior member of the family Meghan met was my grandmother, who was a bit of a shock to her system because she didn't know what it all consisted of, according to Harry.
I didn't know I was going to meet my grandmother until a few moments before, said Meghan. I also recall that as we were driving up, he asked, "You know how to curtsy, right?"
The royals and rac
The question, according to historian David Olusoga, is who is responsible for all of this's costs, not how large the British Empire was at the time.
She continued by informing the audience that King and Queens had personally funded the first British slave expedition and had done so up until its abolition.
Despite the fact that the slave trade was outlawed in 1807, Olusoga claims that the reparations paid to slave owners ...
...are not taught in schools, another way that the slave trade has been omitted from the history of Britain.
I believe I had visited the majority of the Commonwealth by the time I met Meghan, he claimed.
However, as I listened to her speak and sat down for our chats, I thought, "Well, here you are just blissfully sleepwalking through life."
I want to be able to respond when my kids are adults and ask me, "What did you do in this moment?" as they reflect on this time in their lives.
The remainder of the drive home, she remained silent, and we never discussed it, according to the Duchess of Sussex.
It's very different to be a minority but not immediately treated as one; I had never in my life heard anyone use the n-word.
I told her that this was about race, and I remember her saying, "Mommy, I don't wanna hear that."
Harry wearing a Nazi unifor
The Duke of Sussex claimed that the Royal family exhibits a significant amount of unconscious bias.
There is a tremendous amount of unconscious bias in this family, according to Harry, and sometimes you are part of the issue rather than the solution.
It is awareness and education, and it is something that we are all constantly working on, including me.
It was most likely the biggest mistake of his life, and afterward, he said, "All I wanted to do was make it right."
In a Panorama interview, Prince Harry offers defense
We all know that she was tricked into giving this interview, but at the same time, she spoke honestly about her experience, ...
...according to Prince Harry, who made the statement in an apparent attempt to defend the BBC interview.
While separating from the Royal family, the couple decided to record themselves on their cellphones
It was actually suggested by a friend of ours that we keep a journal during this time, he said.
No one is aware of the entire truth; we are the only ones who are; the institution is also aware of the entire truth; and the media is aware of the entire truth due to their involvement.
H is in London, and I'm here, Meghan says as she makes an appearance with a towel wrapped around her hair and appears to be speaking into her phone's camera.
I don't even know where to start, she declares while shaking her head.
Harry's voice can be heard saying: "My job is to keep my family safe" as video of the couple introducing their son Archie to the media plays. "By the nature of being born into this position and with everything ...
...that comes with it and the level of hate that is being stirred up in the last three years especially against my wife, and my son, I'm generally concerned for the safety of my family," Harry continues.
I just really want to get past all of this, Meghan is heard saying as she appears once more, towel in her hair.
After a brief period of silence, she says, "I don't know what to say anymore," sounding upset.
It was an "orchestrated reality show," Meghan claims in the documentary.
Mishal Husein disputes the allegedly staged interview
The Royal family was described as being extremely welcoming by Meghan in the BBC interview, but she now claims that they were unwilling to hear her side of the story.
Justin Webb: They claim that their conversation with Mishal was a staged reality show.
It seemed at the time—I mean, I was fairly new to the job—like a rather charming interview of two people quite in love with Mishal hurling questions at them. However, that was an orchestrated reality show, and we will ...
...learn later in this show who the puppeteers are. Jonny Dymond: Bit of a blow! I don't know who orchestrated it; perhaps it was all Mishal's evil plan. However, at the time, I mean, I was rather new to the job.
Justin Webb: As I've tried to watch a little of it, Meghan Markle seems to be conveying a sense of the suffocation she experienced upon joining the family.
Jonny Dymond: She talks about neighbors renting out their yards to put cameras up, which is something Prince Harry has experienced his entire ...
...life. She also experienced the suffocation she felt when the relationship became public. Suddenly, her life was no longer her own.
Mishal Hussain: We are aware that people's memories may differ on this specific topic, but my recollection is that I was asked to conduct an interview and that I actually conducted the interview.
Justin Webb: You're correct; you've spoken the truth.
Paparazzi vs. Prince Harr
Prince Harry on the issue of social media harassment vs. paparazzi: When my mother was growing up, it was physical harassment, with cameras in your face and people pursuing you.
To witness another woman in my life experience this feeding frenzy is difficult; it's essentially a case of hunter versus prey.
Moreover, they are paid for it!
He implies that royal correspondents never write negative stories about the royals and that the royal press pack is just an extension of the royal family's public relations department.
He then contradicted himself by saying that the British media thinks we're using this family to get rich off of their suffering.
Harry's girl is (almost) entirely from Compton, and they included her.
First of all, I'm not from Compton and have never lived there, so that makes it factually incorrect. However, why do you have to make fun of Compton?
One's gone GangstER and Meghan's ancestors were a teacher, a cleaner, and a tailor in the Jim Crow South, which was racially segregated, are two other headlines from the Netflix documentary.
The Duke of Sussex said: Eight days after the relationship was made public, I released a statement denouncing the overt racism ...
...in some of the British press's articles and headlines, as well as racism in social media posts based on those articles.
We were playing a game of whack-a-mole, she claimed, and every day it seemed like "Wait, another one popped up - wait, stop, another story." They were ...
...digging through the woodwork and removing people to fabricate and plant the most obscene rumors they could. At that point, things turned spooky.
Those Markles
The past five years have been difficult, she claims. My name is Doria, and I'm Meghan's mother.
Having some experience as her mother, I'm prepared to have my say.
According to Ms. Ragland, who appeared in the Netflix documentary, people would take pictures of various locations in, say, Skid Row and claim that was where they lived and where she was from.
But I persisted in holding the line and saying nothing.
Meghan claims that the UK media wanted to focus on my mother's side of the family so that controversy could be generated there.
She addresses Samantha, her half-sister, by saying: "You're telling people that you raised me, but I don't know your middle name or your birthday."
In describing how she would occasionally visit the Married with Children set after school, the Duchess of Sussex brings up her estranged father, the late lighting director Thomas Markle.
He was discovered staging paparazzi photos before her wedding, and the two have been estranged ever since.
Of course, what happened is incredibly sad, said Harry.
And I carried that burden because Meg's dad would have continued to be her father if she hadn't been with me.
He claims that this is a matter of duty and service, and that he feels it is his responsibility as a member of this family to expose the exploitation and bribery that take place in our media.
Before Queen's passing, a documentary was shot
With a towel on her head, Meghan is seen filming herself separately in Vancouver and saying, "Unfortunately, in us standing for something, they are destroying us."
The first episode of the series featured a written statement on a background of black stating that it was a first-person account of Harry and Meghan's story told with never-before-seen personal archive.
It stated that the Royal family members declined to comment on the information in this series and that all interviews were completed in August 2022.
We recently completed a two-week stretch of royal engagements, which was our final push.
No one is aware of the entire truth; we are the only ones who are; the institution is also aware of the entire truth; and the media is aware of the entire truth due to their involvement.
After a brief period of silence, she says, visibly moved: "I don't know what to say anymore.
Meghan has no idea what a royal walkabout is
He tells the audience, "I mean, the whole thing was just ridiculous," but Meghan neglects to bring up the fact that, as an actress, she was accustomed to dressing for red carpet events and public appearances.
The Duke of Sussex stated in the third installment of his Netflix documentary series that he thinks the media is using his "trauma" as a narrative to "control" the public.
If you are a member of the royal rota, you have priority over the story over everyone else, he said.
Everything boils down to control; it's as if "This family is ours to exploit Their trauma is our story and our story, and our narrative to control."
In episode two of the six-part Harry Potter series,
The formality on the outside seemed to continue inside, which I guess is where I quickly began to realize.
The tale of love
There is a lot of one's childhood that they carry into the present, especially if they are a divorced person, said Meghan.
Harry continued: For the two of us, it's crucial to avoid making the same mistakes that our parents might have.
No matter your background, I believe that most children of divorced parents share many traits.