• The Harry & Meghan documentary premieres on Netflix soon
  • Two trailers for the series have been released so far
  • Critics spotted a stock image misrepresented in a preview

The first trailer for the Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan has been making waves. It includes a series of black and white photos and a voiceover by the couple.

One picture shows a large crowd of photographers who seem fixated on someone, and the next moment Harry says: "I had to do everything I could to protect my family."

Harry and Meghan called out for fake moment on Netflix

However, the British Sun has now discovered that the image of the photographers has nothing to do with the couple at all...

Instead, the photograph was taken in 2011 at the premiere of the movie Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2. Harry and Meghan didn't even know each other at the time.

Also interesting:

Royal expert Ingrid Seward suspects that Netflix chose the picture. "I don't imagine Harry would have realised, but Netflix have been careless here as it weakens Harry's comment about protecting his family," she tells The Sun.

In fact, the photo surfaces as the first result when you search for "paparazzi" on the stock photo website Alamy.

Will the phoney image have an impact on Harry and Meghan's credibility? That remains to be seen. Part 1 of the docuseries premieres on Dec. 8.

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