The Netflix documentary has a lot left untold Harry & Meghan.
Is Meghan Markle really a victim of racist sections of the media?
What really caused Harry to become estranged from his brother William?
Why did Harry and Meghan choose to leave the monarchy and live an independent life in America?
NitashaA resident of the UK shares her perspective on why she thinks documentaries are really one-sided.
almost everything depicted in Harry & Meghan The documentary is very one-sided, with Meghan determined (among other things) to portray herself as a naive, biracial saint.
One thing about British royalty and nobility is this: it is based on the law of primogeniture.
Property is inherited from eldest son to eldest son. The eldest son (including his daughter) now inherits the land.
This social class is fully aware of their privilege and takes great care not to brag about their connections, money, or power.
They are very horse lovers and like shooting, hunting and herding dogs.
Don’t confuse that with Hollywood’s glitzy, glitzy displays that look like the ones Meghan signed up for (not realizing that they can actually get pretty boring).
No, unlike what she calls herself, she wasn’t as popular as some senior royals.
The montage shown in the press was actually for photographers waiting for the charming model, Katie Price.
The media are not legally permitted to post photos of minors.
William and Kate drop their children off to school every day without anyone posting a photo of them.
The media is bad for everyone. No one has been more defamed than Charles and Camilla.
There are a strange number of racists, but they are in the minority.
When William married Kate, they lived far away in a small two-bedroom apartment.
Harry’s two-bedroom apartment is a makeshift space until the massive $2 million Frogmore Cottage is completed.
Britain is different from the United States with sprawling mansions. The houses are very small, even by Indian standards.
Many members of staff have accused Meghan of yelling at them, throwing coffee at them, and waking them up in the middle of the night screaming.
The late Queen was speaking out about Meghan Markle’s behavior.
William specifically spoke with one of his aides and comforted her after she burst into tears.
The aide also specifically advised her on what she needed, which she chose to ignore. This is very casually brushed off in the documentary.
We have a lot of biracial kids here. Talking about appearance is speculation or curiosity. It’s certainly not nasty.
Harry got along very well with his family, including William and Kate.
Now he doesn’t speak to any of them. He hasn’t talked to his friends since he got married and is mostly cut off from his world.
Change happens and must happen, but when it happens suddenly and dramatically, it sets off warning bells.
His wife doesn’t interact with anyone in her family. She just started interacting with her mother.
Who takes a lot of pictures and videos of every little thing like a teenage girl unless there is an agenda?
What Harry and Meghan wanted with their ‘half-in-half-out’ request was that they wanted all the perks of the royal family without doing a real job and all that entails.
It’s like saying, “I don’t like it, so I won’t come to work, but I still want an office, so pay for it.”
Why would anyone agree to such a request?
For those wanting some privacy, these two have gotten quite the public eye with documentaries and books.
There are many open questions in this documentary.