Palace Source Refutes Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s Doc Disclaimer

A breakdown in communication? Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s docuseries issued a disclaimer stating they requested the royal household for touch upon claims made within the Netflix challenge — which a palace supply is refuting.

Through the first three episodes of Harry & Meghan, which began streaming on Thursday, December 8, a message flashed throughout the scream, which learn, “Members of the Royal Household declined to touch upon the content material inside this sequence.”

A supply has since alleged to Us Weekly, nevertheless, that the household was not “approached for remark concerning the content material of the sequence.”

In response to royal reporter Omid Scobie, Netflix is standing by their disclaimer with an insider saying that family workplaces for Prince William, Princess Kate, King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla “had been contacted and given ample time to reply.”

Within the docuseries, the couple opened up in regards to the early days of their romance.

“This can be a nice love story. And the craziest factor is that I believe this love story is barely simply getting began,” Harry, 38, gushed within the premiere. “She sacrificed every part that she ever knew, the liberty that she had, to hitch me in my world, after which fairly quickly after that I find yourself sacrificing every part that I do know to hitch her in her world.”

Harry and Meghan.
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In response to the previous actress, 41, she initially wasn’t searching for a relationship when a mutual pal set her and Harry up on a date. “I used to be actually intent on being single and simply have enjoyable girl-time,” she defined to the cameras about her way of thinking in 2016. “I had a profession. I had my life. I had my path … after which got here H. I imply, he actually, discuss a plot twist.”

Harry, nevertheless, reached out after he noticed a photograph of his now-wife from his secret Instagram account. “I used to be scrolling by means of my feed and somebody who was a pal had this video of the 2 of them, it was like a Snapchat,” he recalled, noting Meghan had a canine filter on her within the snap. “That was the very first thing. I used to be like ‘Who’s that?’”

The pair began relationship in 2016 and tied the knot two years later. Throughout their time within the U.Okay., Harry and Meghan expanded their household with son Archie in Could 2019.

In 2020, the duo made headlines after they introduced their plans to step away from their working roles inside the royal household. They confirmed that the choice was made everlasting one yr later they usually moved to California. Their daughter, Lilibet, was born that very same yr in June 2021.

In response to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the selection got here amid media scrutiny towards Meghan. “It’s very totally different to be a minority however not be handled as a minority proper off the bat,” she defined within the second episode. “I’d say now, persons are very conscious of my race as a result of they made it such a problem after I went to the U.Okay. However earlier than that, most individuals didn’t deal with me like a ‘Black girl.’ In order that discuss didn’t occur for me.”

The BetterUp CIO broke down the royal household’s response to the U.Okay. press fixation on Meghan.

“The course from the palace was: don’t say something. However what individuals want to know is, so far as a whole lot of the household had been involved, every part that she was being put by means of, that they had been put by means of as properly,” he recalled on Thursday. “So, it was nearly like a ceremony of passage, and a number of the family members had been like, ‘My spouse needed to undergo that, so why ought to your girlfriend be handled any otherwise? Why do you have to get particular remedy? Why ought to she be protected?’”

With reporting by Travis Cronin