Queen ElizabethEngland’s coffin is underground, England’s period of mourning is over and the coffin spider He has returned to his quiet life out of the spotlight. The royal media storm that had a headline stranglehold in September is over, but there is a couple the monarch is still chasing from beyond the grave. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (also known as Harry and Megan) have found themselves in a bind for their upcoming Netflix docuseries, the sussexes. Following the queen’s death, the two royals have apparently been scrambling to make revisions to their near-finished film, calling for the release date to be pushed back. according to Page six. Hmm… Is that a potential shit puff on camera?talking??
After the queen’s passing, Harry made some changes to his publicity schedule :NNot only did he delay the November release of his currently untitled memoir (which he has been frantically editing for fear of appearing “insensitive” to his late grandmother), but he and Meghan are also struggling to make changes to their docuseries, which was initially scheduled to premiere days after The crown‘s fifth season (November 9). Meghan and Harry had already wanted to delay the sussexes‘ release until 2023 before the queen died, but with more at stake than ever, her pleas have become more urgent. But Netflix seems intent on a 2022 release, and has locked them down to an early December date, and they’re much more concerned with the fact-checking work required of them.
Whether on paper or on screen, the couple can’t seem to get their stories straight. “A lot in the show contradicted what Harry had written, so that was a problem,” a senior Netflix source told Page Six. “So Harry and Meghan made significant requests [to filmmakers] to go back to the content they themselves have provided, for their own project.” The series, which has been filming for the past year under the direction of Liz Garbus, apparently features a lot of commentary on the royal family, including Prince William and Kate Middleton, and King Charles and Queen Camilla. I’ll bet you the crown jewels those dates aren’t particularly flattering.
Meghan and Harry want to continue editing content into the new year, but the streaming platform insists on working with what is done now, explaining that technical tasks take weeks to complete. “Netflix needs a couple of months to do all the formatting and dubbing, subtitling and audio, all of that that allows it to launch on the platform,” a Netflix source told Page Six.
It’s no secret that Meg and Harry haven’t been favorite members of the royal family (or England). Since the two began dating in 2016, Meghan has experienced a violent onslaught of racist scrutiny of the public (and within the royal family itself), which only got worse once the two married. in the couple’s interview bomb with Oprah last year, the Duchess accepted to want to end his life because of the cruelty of the public.
But whether she and her husband deserve sympathy is not the point here: by the looks of it, real celebs seem to be digging their own graves with this new wave of media catastrophe, potentially adding “liars” to the media slew. things that have been called over the years. It’s all about Harry ~ claiming the narrative for him ~ but which narrative is it exactly?