Former Queen’s Assistant: Harry & Meg’s new TV show ‘smacks of DESPERATION’
Plans for Harry and Meghan to allow cameras into their home for a “documentary series” have been branded as “desperate” by the former Queen’s Aide.
Dickie Arbiter, press secretary for both the Queen and Prince Charles, told Palace Confidential that the move appears to go against the royal couple’s desire for privacy.
“It smells like desperation,” he said.
“It’s a bit rich, two people who left the UK quit the royal family because they wanted privacy, they did nothing but put themselves forward and not a week goes by when there isn’t one gives some sort of statement coming from their PR people.”
Daily Mail Diary Editor Richard Eden added: “The Kardashians are doing a reality series, the Sussexes are doing a docu-series. For any good fly-on-the-wall documentary you need some suspense, you need drama, otherwise it’s just boring.
“Netflix really wants bang for its buck,” he told the program.
“What we’re thinking now, are they going to bring Netflix to the anniversary celebrations?”
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5373096/meghan-markle-prince-harry-royal-family-news/ The Duchess “broke down in tears” as she said an “emotional” farewell to staff as she left the royal family