Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly been ‘bullied’ into releasing their trailer for the upcoming docuseries.
An unnamed source close made this admission, according to a report by author and journalist Alison Boshoff.
The insider claimed, “Netflix had to bully them into screening it this year — they wanted to hold back till next year. 'The problem was that they got nervous after the [Queen's] funeral about how it would all play out. I heard they also wanted to edit heaps out and it was like, 'nope'.”
Even a Netflix spokesperson refused to deny the presence of conflict and offered a clarification, stating, “We value our partnership with Archewell Productions and are excited to share Harry & Meghan, the series, with the world.”
“We continue to work together on a number of projects, including Heart Of Invictus.”
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