• New trailer for the second part of the Harry & Meghan documentary
  • The couple shares strong statements
  • Their new beginning in California is the focus 

On December 8th, the first part of the documentary about Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan's (41) life premiered on Netflix and caused a stir. Apart from Harry's late mother, Lady Diana (†36), it was about, among other things, the life of the two before they met and Meghan's start in the royal world.

Prince Harry shares big statements in the documentary

Throughout the first three episodes, certain things are revealed that don't necessarily paint the royal family in a good light. A new trailer from Netflix makes it clear how harsh the allegations will be in the final three parts. Right at the beginning, Harry says: "I wonder what would have happened to us, had we not gone out when we did."

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are portrayed as freedom-seeking individuals. Harry dubbed the flight to California after their withdrawal as the "freedom flight".

Prince Harry: "They were never willing to tell the truth"

Previously, the couple not only struggled with fears for their safety but also with constant negative press. The trailer shows countless private shots of the royals, which show them very happy and carefree after stepping down from the British royal family.

Prince Harry shares a blatant statement: "They were happy to lie to protect my brother. They were never willing to tell the truth to protect us." In the previous part of the documentary, Harry also took a shot at his brother.

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Prince Harry describes the couple's journey to freedom as "a fight worth fighting for". The first three parts of the Harry & Meghan documentary are already available on Netflix, the second and final three parts will premiere on December 15th.