Meghan Markle warned 'natural allies' have been put off by Netflix series - 'Backfired SPECTACULARLY'

The Sussexes made a number of allegations about their treatment by the British press.
The Sussexes made a number of allegations about their treatment by the British press.

The six-part series from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex sees the couple complain about their alleged poor treatment from the British press

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Meghan Markle’s “natural allies” in the US have been put off by the Duchess’ Netflix documentary, according to a royal expert.

Nile Gardiner, a Washington-based foreign policy expert and Royal Family fan, said many of Meghan’s supporters will be disappointed by the “scale of her vanity and arrogance”.

The six-part series from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex sees the couple complain about their alleged poor treatment from the British press.

Harry and Meghan say it was a key contributor for their decision to depart from front-line royal duties in favour of a new life in Montecito, California.

The couple also make a series of allegations about the Royal Family, which many experts believe will spell the end for any ties they keep with Buckingham Palace.

Meghan has now been warned the documentary series has backfired, with “natural allies” beginning to turn against her.

Mr Gardiner told the Express: “It is striking Meghan has had very little support from the woke liberal elites who haven’t come out in force to defend her.

The Netflix series has 'backfired spectacularly' on the couple, according to Nile Gardiner.
The Netflix series has 'backfired spectacularly' on the couple, according to Nile Gardiner.

“The scale of Meghan’s vanity and arrogance has even put off some of her natural allies on the American left.

“This has backfired spectacularly on Meghan and Harry and this is not the hit they were hoping it would be.

“It has alienated the British people but it has also failed to garner any significant support in America.

“Americans have no time for her complaints against the British monarchy or complaints of being a victim.

“Only a small minority in America would have sympathy for her.

“The Royal Family is still very popular in the US and Americans love the British monarchy.”

He added: “With the passing of the Queen, there was a huge outpouring of grief in America. Every US flag was flown at half mast here for over a week.

“They love the Royal Family and Meghan attacking the monarchy is certainly not a popular move over here.”

Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace said they will not be commenting on the allegations and claims made by Harry and Meghan in the latest episodes of their docuseries.