The first three chapters of this documentary are already on the air, which hardly gives the royal family pangs and more are expected to come.

The expectation in front of the documentary that Harry and Meghan were advancing was growing, as it was said that it would be forceful against everything that the Sussexes had to suffer while they were active senior members of the royal family, including what they call harassment and racism on the part of some members of the Windsors and the British press.

Well, the first three chapters of Harry & Meghan are already on the air, a documentary that begins by recounting the idyll between the American actress and the British prince, who instantly hit it off because of their activist thinking and their philanthropic way of seeing the world, what more years It would later come upon them for being the first to renounce their royal functions to “safeguard” their family.

In these first three hours of the documentary, you can see how Meghan gradually enters the closest circle of the royal family, Princess Eugenia and Jack Brooksbank being the first members to meet her, who together with the very famous Sarah Ferguson, ex-wife of Prince Andrew, helped Meghan achieve the perfect curtsey for her first meeting with the late Queen Elizabeth II at the Royal Lodge in Windsor, something that for Markle was like going back to medieval times.

Then Meghan’s first meeting with Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton is mentioned, who would not have been as friendly as Harry’s cousins ​​and would have taught the exactriz a golden lesson: “formality on the outside was reflected on the interior”, all because Markle rushed to hug them from moment one, without receiving signs of affection in return.

The worst part in these three chapters is taken by the machinery of Buckingham Palace with the supposed tacit agreement they have with the British press to “exploit” the royal family, as mentioned by the prince himself. “The pack of royal correspondents is essentially an extended public relations branch of the royal family, an arrangement that has been around for more than 30 years,” says the prince, who still condemns paparazzi and the thirst for media scoops. British sensationalists for the death of his mother, Princess Diana, on August 31, 1997, a fact that will be one of the controversies that the sixth and final season of the series The Crown will face.

Another very strong and marked issue in the documentary’s plot line is the racism that Meghan would have suffered during her stay in England. In the production, two particular events are told that would have been classified as racist in the presence of the Duchess of Sussex. The first was the brooch with a black head worn by the wife of a cousin of Elizabeth II at the first Christmas dinner with the actress in 2017.

The second, and which was already mentioned in the Sussexes’ interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021, was the concern of one of the members of the royal family about the skin color that the Sussexes’ firstborn was going to have, without revealing the color. name of the person involved, a matter that overflowed the cup of patience of Harry, who was the one who began the procedures to withdraw from the intimate circle of his family, to which he had to return in September due to the death of Elizabeth II, who is known to have suffered in silence from a cancer that accompanied her until her last days.

For the moment, the chapters of the documentary are redundant in the controversy of the dukes, they tell more anecdotes than complaints and it is expected that the following ones will be the ones that do create the commotion of the century, which will be on the air from next December 15.