Meghan and Harry ‘dirty bomb’ Netflix clip shows Kate as ‘wicked witch of Wales’
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Netflix documentary is set to be released soon, with the trailer having landed on screens on Thursday (Dec 1).
But the trailer, which shows Meghan wiping tears from her eyes and Harry vowing to "protect his family", has been met with contention.
Royal commentator Eric Schiffer said the clip is a "dirty bomb" and will do nothing to ease royal tension – and even paints Kate in a bad light.
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"The Netflix trailer is egos run amok," Schiffer told the Daily Star.
"It will be seen as repulsive attention-seeking positioning porn, firing a hail of fire at the royal family who they attempt to paint as antagonists capped with a still of Kate framed like she’s the wicked witch of Wales."
"It’s a dirty bomb dropped by Harry and Meghan, revealing what appears to be a new thirst for War with the King."
Schiffer is not the only one to have noticed the subtle dig at Kate and her husband, Prince William, made in the one-minute-twelve-second trailer.
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Royal fans also cottoned onto the moment where the camera pans to a photo of the Prince and Princess of Wales immediately following a snap of Meghan holding her head in her hands.
The picture of the future King and Queen also came immediately after Harry said: "No one sees what happens behind closed doors."
One social media user commented: "Okay, so I watched the trailer for the Harry & Meghan Netflix show, couldn't help myself.
"The best thing about it is a shot of Kate Wales looking utterly evil – they're on the absolute wind-up and it's hilarious. Added to Watch List."
Another observed: "Omg that photo of Kate glaring into the camera from the Commonwealth ceremony."
The trailer, released on Thursday (December 1), features of black-and-white photos of the Sussexes while the pair reveal their reasons for making the documentary.
"I had to do everything I could to protect my family," Harry commented, while Meghan added: "When the stakes are this high, doesn't it make more sense to hear our story from us?"
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Photos from the pair's childhoods are then shown merging with their adult faces before the trailer pans to a clip of the Duchess wiping away tears.
The trailer ends with the news that the six-part series simply named Harry & Meghan, is "coming soon".
Reports suggest it will be available to watch from Thursday, December 8.
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