The Trailer For The Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Netflix Documentary Is Here XMAG Magazine

‘Meghan and Harry’ will detail the ups and downs and “what goes on behind closed doors”.

After months of waiting and several possible postponements, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Netflix documentary, `‘Harry and Meghan’ , it’s almost here. And to tide us over until the bombshell hits the streaming giant sometime in December (reportedly People), Netflix just released the first trailer for the show, which teases an intimate behind-the-scenes look at the couple’s history.

Last Thursday, Netflix released the first trailer with subtitles on various social media platforms.,harry y meghan 🇧🇷 A global Netflix phenomenon. Next up, Solo” on Netflix. In a quick one-minute preview, the duo are asked, “Why did you want to make this documentary?” As black-and-white photos of their relationship — photos from the wedding reception, memorabilia from Africa, and a photo of Meghan’s pregnancy, to name a few — flash across the screen.

Promising to detail the couple’s low and high points, the trailer cuts to a photo of Meghan crying and then to a photo of the Sussexes sitting behind Kate Middleton, Prince William, King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla as Prince Harry interviews responds to “No one sees what goes on behind closed doors.”

“I had to do everything possible to protect my family,” Harry continues in a confession shot. Meghan ends the trailer saying: “When the stakes are so high, doesn’t it make more sense for our story to be heard?”

Harry and Meghan comes from Oscar-nominated director Liz Garbus and comes two years after the couple first signed a multi-year contract with Netflix in September 2020. In October, Meghan discussed what viewers can expect from the series during an interview. with Diversity , “It’s nice to be able to entrust my story to an experienced director whose work I’ve long admired, even if it means it might not happen the way we tell it”he said about working with Garbus. “But that’s why we’re not counting it. We’re handing over our story to someone else, and that means it will go through their lens.”,

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