Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are likely to make £244k a minute for their bombshell new Netflix series, a news report has claimed. The three-hour long episodes of the £88million show featured never-before-seen images of the couple and their kids alongside interviews with the couple and their close friends.
During the episodes, the royal couple give a glimpse into their life despite demanding privacy and blasting press “intrusion” in their lives.
The 360 minute documentary is set to reveal “unprecedented truths” of their life in the Royal Family including intimate family footage and behind-the-scene pictures.
On Thursday, Palace insiders blasted the show, claiming the Royal Family were not asked to comment prior to its release despite the series opening with the words: “Members of the Royal Family declined to comment on the content within this series.”
The Sun reported that it is understood Kensington Palace received an email from a third-party production company via a different, unknown organisation’s email address.
Insiders claim the Palace attempted to verify the source of the email with Archewell Productions and Netflix, but no one replied meaning the Palace could not respond.
Netflix today doubled down on insisting it offered the right of reply to the Royals, claiming: “Communications offices for King Charles and the Prince of Wales were contacted in advance and given the right to reply to claims within the series.”
During the show, the Royal couple spoke about their first meeting, their trip to Botswana, and officially announcing being in a relationship.
The Prince also spoke openly about the weight on his shoulders to find a wife who would “fit the mould” of the Royal Family.
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