Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s first Netflix venture is lastly right here, over two years after the couple signed a cope with the streaming large.
Netflix on Thursday revealed that the brand new, six-part docuseries is titled “Harry & Meghan.”
“Why did you want to make this documentary?” a voice says initially of the teaser.
“No one sees what happens behind closed doors,” Harry solutions, as never-before-seen, private images of the duke and duchess are proven. “I had to do everything I could to protect my family.”
“When the stakes are this high, doesn’t it make sense to hear our story from us?” Meghan provides.
Netflix stated the sequence will discover Meghan and Harry’s “relationship, from the early days of the couple’s courtship to the challenges and controversies that prompted them to step back from the royal family.”
It’ll embrace interviews with the couple’s household and associates, a few of whom have by no means spoken publicly about Meghan and Harry. It’ll additionally characteristic historians and journalists “who dissect how media influenced Harry and Meghan’s relationship with the royal family and the Commonwealth at large,” Netflix stated.
And whereas the docuseries is popping out quickly ― simply weeks after the fifth season of Netflix’s crown jewel, “The Crown” ― the streaming large didn’t give an actual date.
The timing of the trailer is especially notable as a result of it comes a day after the Prince and Princess of Wales landed within the U.S. for a three-day journey to Boston centered round Prince William’s Earthshot Prize.
Maybe in anticipation of the documentary’s timing, a palace supply beforehand informed HuffPost that Prince William and Kate Middleton “won’t be distracted by other things this week,” as the 2 had been focusing solely on their go to to Boston and the awards.
Only a few weeks after the reported launch of the docuseries, which is anticipated to return out subsequent week, is Prince Harry’s memoir, “Spare.” His e-book is ready for launch on Jan. 10.
Nonetheless to return from Netflix and the couple’s Archewell Productions is a docuseries referred to as “Heart of Invictus.”
The venture, which was first introduced in April 2021, will concentrate on veterans making ready for the Invictus Video games The Hague, which came about in 2022. Harry will seem on-camera for the sequence, a rep for the couple confirmed to HuffPost on the time.
The couple’s Archewell Productions was as soon as growing an animated sequence for Netflix, referred to as “Pearl,” although it was canceled in Might.