Harry & Meghan: Leeds residents criticise the ‘Duke and Duchess of Netflix’ over tell-all documentary
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Three episodes of the new documentary series titled ‘Harry & Meghan’ dropped onto Netflix on Thursday, December 8.
The couple tell the tale of how they met over Instagram and began dating long distance in secret before becoming public then engaged and eventually married.
The documentary shares unseen photos and videos of their love story and the couple said they made the Netflix show as they wanted to tell their side of the story.
Harry and Meghan share their thoughts on media coverage of themselves and their loved ones as well as their opinions surrounding their privacy.
Harry calls out the UK media for “exploitation and bribery” over the coverage of his and Meghan’s relationship which they described as unrelenting.
The three hours of footage introduces viewers to friends, family members and close contacts of the couple and it shares a more personal view of Harry and Meghan’s life than has been previously shared to the public.
It also dives into the pair's childhoods and their very different upbringings with Harry in the Royal Family and Meghan in California.
A large portion of the documentary focuses on their charity work which they combined once they became a couple.
The final three episodes in the documentary will be released on Thursday, December 16 on Netflix.
Mbj McKenna will not be watching, he said: “Harry has lost all credibility since his marriage to his publicity seeking American wife.
“He has made his bed and should curl up in it and keep quiet.”
Liz Smith won’t be watching either, she said: “We cancelled Netflix when Harry and Meghan signed the deal.”
Louise Williams-Lewis commented: “The Duke and Duchess of Netflix need to bore off!”
Hazel Giles agreed, she said: “I won’t be watching it, I'm sick of hearing them bleating on.”
Anne Van Anraad wrote: “I have more important things to do than waste my time watching this soap opera.”
However some readers are in favour of the documentary, such as Jaqueline Lambert, she said: “Always good to get the truth, Harry is nobody’s puppet he is very much his own man.
“Meghan is a remarkable woman who has achieved a lot in her life, a very bright young woman.
“It’s nice to see a couple so in love, given a chance they can make a real difference.”
Diana Whitaker also supports Harry and Meghan, she wrote: “I will watch it because I know what his mother went through.
“They are strong and he is his own boss as he said the truth will be known.
“I am pleased they made the choice to be happy in their own way.”
It has been reported that Harry and Meghan were paid a massive £88 million to make the documentary which has some readers intrigued.
Sam Griffin said: “I’ll be watching it, to see what Netflix got for their £88 million.”