- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Netflix show will air its final three episodes in one day, after a trailer released the palace's clearest message yet about the couple.
- Harry and Meghan Part II airs at 3pm on the East Coast, midnight on the West Coast and 8pm in the UK as millions tune in to the latest breakfast sensation.
- The latest footage, released on December 14, shows Meghan's lawyer, Jenny Afia, saying, "There is a real battle with Meghan and I definitely see a negative spin on Harry and Meghan based on other people's agendas."
- “You'll see how it plays out,” Megan herself said. It seems like a story that some family members came close for a second and said, "I've got to get rid of this."
- Part 1 covers the Sussexes' history from May 2018 until their wedding, including Harry's paparazzi intrusion into his mother's life and the Nazi uniform scandal.
- The second part deals with the strained relationship between the royals, which the couple previously revealed began in October 2018.
- On Thursday night, King Charles III, Camilla, Queen Consort, Prince William and Kate Middleton will sing royal family Christmas carols in front of the public at Westminster Abbey.
In the year After the marriage of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in 2018, the father of former actor Thomas Markle continued to talk to the press and appeared on television to humiliate his daughter.
In the previous episode of Harry and Meghan, Meghan confirmed that she had been a "daddy's girl" all her life and that she was shocked by her father's actions. She eventually wrote a letter to her father, which snowballed into bad press that eventually led to a couple lawsuits.
Now Megan is revealing it.
- Queen Elizabeth II and King Charles III, then known as Prince Charles, encouraged him to write letters.
- The letters sent to the post office on Sunday were "terrifying" for Meghan
- Meghan and Harry's decision to sue the Mail on Sunday for publishing part of the letter was questioned by palace lawyers, although senior family members believe Meghan wrote the letter.
Read everything Megan had to say about the Netflix blast email story here.
After the wedding, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry continued to live in their former royal residence, Nottingham Cottage, on the grounds of Kensington Palace.
In the fourth episode of the Netflix series, the couple revealed that the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not be living the luxurious life they expect.
"As everyone knows, we live in a castle and we're in a dungeon," Harry said.
Megan said. "We are living…"
And the two together said "Palace Square."
Since then, Megan has been in control. "Kensington Palace certainly looks gorgeous," he said. "The title says mansion, but Nottingham Cottage is very small."
"It's a bit of a challenge," Harry said. "Very low ceiling, I don't know who it's for, [they] must be very short."
"He was hitting his head in that spot because he was so tall," Megan said. "I'm in pigtails and hairspray H. This was a chapter in our life in which no one could believe what was really happening on stage."
Harry said even Oprah Winfrey was confused about where the couple lived. "He said nobody believed him," Harry said when the media mogul came over for tea.
"Nobody's going to believe it," Megan said.
The couple later moved to the grand Frogmore Cottage at Windsor Castle, which became the subject of controversy as they added to the $3 million renovation bill that taxpayers had to pay after their trip to North America.
Viewers are waiting with bated breath to see if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will criticize members of the British royal family or shut out the palace and the media. In Harry and Meghan 's fourth episode, it's time to praise Harry's father, King Charles III.
"Harry's dad is so cute and I told him I lost my dad there," Meghan said. “So he is very important as my father-in-law. I asked him to walk down the aisle and he agreed."
The couple also said that Charles helped the gospel choir perform at the wedding.
"Not too much pressure," Harry said. "And it's my father's help again."
Meghan added: "He said you can take the best people from a gospel choir and put them together and that's how the Royal Choir came together and they were brilliant.
"Culture is represented at this wedding," said tennis player Serena Williams. It was amazing, I loved it. And I think it's really brave and crossing the line, but I didn't try. "
From the next St. They commented on how Harry and Meghan cut the cake with a sword in George's living room and enjoyed Elton John's private performance in front of Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland.
Meghan talks to Elizabeth II at the start of this new episode. An aide who worked with the Queen shares what she said when she married into the British royal family.
"That's what he told me, it looks like a fish," Megan said. "It's good, it's strong. It's going fast, and one day this little body will get there. This foreign body and everything will pass. 'What's this, what's it doing here, it doesn't look like us, it doesn't move like us. We don't like it. Take it away!'
Her comments drew criticism from British television commentators who said Meghan was "controlling" and strict.
Megan continued. “And you know, he's made it clear that when it comes to this creature, you'll see immediately that he's stronger, faster, and better. At first, it will be difficult for them to adapt to this new thing. But then it will be great."
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