It’s all out there! Prince Harry and Megan Markle have opened up about their royal experiences in the Netflix documentary Harry & Meganand they are “satisfied” with the result.
“Meghan and Harry have no regrets about making the documentaries and we’ll see Harry talk more about his relationship with his family spare part‘ reveals a source exclusively in the latest issue of Us weekly, referring to the 38-year-old Duke of Sussex’s forthcoming memoir. “While prepared for the backlash, the couple are happy to have their story public.”
Harry and the Duchess of Sussex, 41, have opened up about their early courtship, the 2018 royal wedding, life with their two children and the breakdown of their ties with the royal family Harry & Meganwhich fell on the streaming giant earlier this month.
“We never got to tell our story,” said BetterUp’s CIO – who shares Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 18 months suits alum – quipped in the second episode. “That’s the consistency.”
In 2020, almost a year after welcoming their son, Harry and Meghan announced that they were stepping down from their duties as senior working royals with their move to California.
“I miss the weird family gatherings, when we’re all somehow brought together under one roof, for certain times of the year – which I miss. Being part of the institution meant I was in the UK. So I miss Britain [and] I miss my friends,” Harry revealed in the sixth episode. “I also lost a few friends in the process. I mean I came [to California] ‘Cause I’ve been changed I’ve changed so much that I’ve outgrown my surroundings.”
He added at the time: “So that was the most obvious place for us to come. You know it’s one of those places where I think my mother [Princess Diana]She would probably live in the end.”
While Harry and Meghan remain focused on their new life in the US, the Duke remained at odds with Dad King Charles III and brother Prince Williamwho preferred the royal traditions.
“It was hard [seeing them at Prince Philip’s funeral]. Mostly spending time chatting with my brother and my dad. [They] were very focused on the same misinterpretation of the entire situation,” Harry continued in the docuseries, referring to his family reunion in April 2021. “Neither of us really wanted to have to talk about it at my grandfather’s funeral, but we did. … I had to accept that we will probably never get any real accountability or apologies. My wife and I are moving on. We’re focused on what’s next.”
While neither the 40-year-old Prince of Wales nor the 74-year-old royal have publicly addressed Harry and Meghan’s documentary claims, a second source shared Us that his release was a “thorn in William’s flesh”.
“He’s disappointed in Harry for portraying him and the family in a cynical light,” the insider said Us Earlier this month about the Duke of Cornwall. “William was hoping they could move on after the CBS interview, but Harry airing his dirty laundry only exacerbated the conflict between the two brothers and caused them to take a step back.”
Harry is still expected to discuss his royal history in his spare part memoir scheduled for release in January 2023.
“spare part takes readers right back to one of the most poignant images of the 20th century: two little boys, two princes walking behind their mother’s coffin while the world looks on in sadness and horror,” Penguin Random House wrote in an October press release referred to William and Harry attending their mother’s funeral in 1997. “When Diana, Princess of Wales was buried, billions wondered what the princes were thinking and feeling – and how their lives would unfold from that point forward.”
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https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/prince-harry-meghan-markle-dont-have-regrets-over-docuseries/ Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have no ‘major regrets’ about Netflix docuseries: ‘Delighted to share their story’