Meghan Markle accuses the royal family of placing negative headlines about her in the press
Created: 12/18/2022, 6:30 p.m
By: Susanne Kroeber
Now let's get down to business!
The last three episodes of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are out, another bomb bursts in the trailer in advance.
Montecito – On December 8th, the first three parts of the Netflix documentary “Harry & Meghan” were released.
The content was comparatively harmless, Prince Harry (38) and Meghan Markle (41) reminisced about the time they got to know each other and (still) held back with serious allegations against the British royal family.
Only smaller tips were fired - but in the final episodes of the documentary, heavier guns are apparently brought up.
"Meg became the scapegoat for the palace": Girlfriend defends Meghan Markle in new trailer
In the new Netflix trailer, Meghan Markle makes serious allegations against the palace.
She is supported by her London friend Lucy Fraser and the lawyer Jenny Afia from the London law firm Schilling.
According to Gala.de
, Afia represented the Duchess of Sussex
in a court case against the British newspaper
Mail on Sunday
, which had published a private letter from Meghan to her father.
In the latest Netflix trailer, Meghan Markle makes serious allegations against the press and the palace (photomontage).
"There was a kind of war against Meghan," claims Jenny Afia in the latest trailer for Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan.
She definitely saw evidence that the palace initiated negative stories about Meghan Markle to distract from headlines about other members of the British royal family.
Meghan's friend Lucy Fraser also supports these statements: "Meg became a scapegoat for the palace," says Fraser in the Netflix trailer.
"They fed [the press] stories, whether they were true or not, to avoid printing other less favorable stories."
Who is Lucy Fraser?
Lucy Fraser is considered Meghan Markle's longtime British BFF.
Fraser accompanied Markle on a trip around Europe in the summer of 2016 before she met Prince Harry.
Meghan's girlfriend Lucy Fraser was also invited to the royal wedding on May 19, 2018 at Windsor Castle.
Fraser worked for several PR firms before starting her own business.
Fodder for the press: I prefer negative headlines about Meghan Markle to other royals
But Meghan Markle herself accuses the palace of having spread negative headlines about her.
"It went like this: a story about someone in the family came up for a minute and they said, 'We have to get this out.'" But any story about a royal had to fill the front pages, which they then had to serve as.
According to lawyer Jenny Afia, the smear campaign against Meghan then culminated in a "flood of negative articles about the breakdown of her relationship with her father".
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The last three episodes of the Netflix documentary, which can be streamed from December 15, will show how fiercely Prince Harry and Meghan Markle actually attack the British royal family.
"Harry & Meghan" has not made the Sussexes in Harry's old home any more popular, at least according to the first published parts of the documentary.
There were also self-critical tones from the ex-royals Meghan and Harry.
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