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The Sussexes’ ‘attention-grabbing’ Netflix series is likely to be a ‘giant bombshell’ | actual | News

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new Netflix docu-series is another “desperate” attempt to grab attention and be the center of attention, a royal insider has claimed. The couple launched their ‘Live to Lead’ documentary series, a seven-part series featuring interviews with different high-profile world leaders and cultural icons, just three weeks after ‘Harry & Meghan’. The timing has caught the attention of Eric Schiffer, who has called the Sussexes’ tactic a “smug con”.

Royal expert Eric Schiffer told the Daily Star: “Harry and Meghan are smartly honoring great leaders to align their brands.

“The master plan is to win the shine of the great cultural leaders and benefit from the position they occupy in the minds and hearts of the people.

“But many will see this ploy by Harry and Meghan as a self-important, desperation-driven scam seeking to gain attention for their ultimate desire to be hailed as heroes under the guise of honoring great leaders.

“This is likely to be a giant bombshell for Netflix.”

However, the royal family will likely view this docuseries in a much more positive light than the Sussexes’ previous series, in which they made a series of allegations against the royals, Schiffer said.

“The Palace will celebrate [with] a quiet relief that they won’t be faced with missiles flying out of Netflix screens with the intent to directly maim Buckingham Palace,” he said.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a series of damaging allegations against the royal family in a six-part documentary series, which was a smash hit.

Hours after its release, the first episode of ‘Harry & Meghan’ was watched by 2.4 million people on TVs on the day of its release, the ratings show, making it the highest single-day viewership. for any Netflix show since the streamer joined ratings body Barb. in October.

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In the docu-series, Meghan and Harry accused the firm, without naming anyone, of deliberately planting negative stories about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to divert attention from less favorable coverage of other royals as part of what what one lawyer calls “a war on Megan.”

Jenny Afia, a partner at the Shillings law firm in London, said on the Netflix series: “There was some kind of royal war against Meghan, and I’ve certainly seen evidence that there were negative reports from the palace against Harry and Megan.” to fit in with other people’s schedules.

“This barrage of negative stories about her breakup with her father was the last straw in a nasty, negative coverage campaign about her.”

Among other accusations, Prince Harry accuses his brother of breaking his promise never to allow their press offices to work against each other. The duke also accused his father’s office of leaking private correspondence between Harry and Charles to the media about their plans to move to Canada with Meghan, as the couple sought privacy after intense media scrutiny, they said.

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