King Charles or Prince William may 'dispute potentially damaging allegation' from Meghan and Harry, says Cameron Walker

Prince William may be keeping a keen eye on claims made by Meghan and Harry in their upcoming documentary.
Prince William may be keeping a keen eye on claims made by Meghan and Harry in their upcoming documentary.

It appears the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not hold back with their latest tirade against the royal family 'hierarchy' and the British press

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It appears the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not hold back with their latest tirade against the royal family "hierarchy" and the British press.

In a one-minute trailer released today Prince Harry alleges leaking and story planting took place when he was still a working royal, suggesting he believes there was an agenda against him and his wife.

"It's a dirty game", Prince Harry claims. He also repeats what he told Oprah Winfrey in 2021 that he "didn't want history to repeat itself".

To many, the repetition may suggest Harry and Meghan have limited ammo to fire at the royal family. In other words, there is only so many times the public will take notice, before they grow weary of the Sussex's complaints.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex no longer receive money from royal finances, and capitalising on their 'royal brand' may be the only way to sustain their luxury lifestyle.

Harry and Meghan reportedly signed a multi-million dollar contract to work with Netflix.

Archive images of Prince Harry's late mother, Princess Diana, also feature heavily in the trailer.

Prince Harry appears to compare his wife's experience of the British press with that of his mother's by speaking of "the pain and suffering of women marrying into this institution".

Cameron Walker says the Netflix series trailer suggests Harry believes his wife is a victim of press intrusti
Cameron Walker says the Netflix series trailer suggests Harry believes his wife is a victim of press intrusti

Princess Diana was killed in a car crash in 1997 as her Mercedes was followed by photographers on motorbikes.

Although Harry has not made that direct comparison, the trailer does suggest he believes his wife is a victim of press intrusion.

Buckingham Palace is not being drawn on speculation and is unlikely to comment on the Netflix series. However, the late Queen set a precedent following the Sussex's 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey when she authorised a statement which read: "recollections may vary".

Therefore, it would not be a surprise if King Charles or Prince William disputed a potentially damaging allegation.

Queen Elizabeth II's "never complain, never explain" strategy may hold for now, but palace aides will be watching closely for anything that could potentially harm the institution.

We don't know exactly what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will say in the six-episode documentary series, but Prince Harry claims "no one knows the full truth. We know the full truth".

The problem for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is there are two sides to every story.

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