The headlines barely abated after the Netflix documentary “Harry & Meghan” premiered just before Christmas.
In the documentary series, the duke and duchess, especially Prince Harry (38), Violently against the British royal family. Two weeks later in 2023, Prince releases the book “Spear”, in which he again criticizes his family.
The book contains, among other things, many accusations against the British royal family for how they accepted Duchess Meghan, 41, as Harry’s wife.
Buckingham Palace has kept a low profile in recent weeks, not commenting on the book or the documentary series. The silence from the royal house made many people react.
At the beginning of the loops you can see this message:
Members of the royal family have not commented on the content of this series.
A source said shortly after the release of the first episode the people No family members or the royal family have been contacted for comment.
Director Liz Garbus, 52, now denies this.
– Buckingham Palace, for example, said we had not reached out to them for comment, when we did. They did it to discredit us. And by discrediting us, they can discredit the content of the series, Garbus says in an interview with Vanity Fair.
The director goes on to say that making documentaries has at times been a surreal experience. In the interview, Jeremy Clarkson’s comment (62) also became a topic.
Clarkson sparked outrage after publishing a column in The Sun newspaper He came out hard on Duchess Meghan.
There he wrote, among other things, that he despised the Duchess and that he dreamed of people throwing “excrement” at her in the street. Clarkson also wrote that he hates the 41-year-old more than Rose West. West is a serial killer who cooperates with her husband, Fred, by torturing and killing young women and children.
— It was an extreme example of the kind of media coverage they received, Garbus says of Clarkson’s comments.
The column in the paper made a record of the complaint to the paper and was later removed. Clarkson He lost his Amazon Prime job as a result of the position, among other things.
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