Since the release of their documentary on Netflix, the towel has been burning between the Sussexes and the other members of the royal family. On Sunday, December 18, a source revealed Sunday Times that Meghan and Harry would be ready to discuss with the royal family on the condition of receiving an apology from the latter.
On Thursday, December 8, three months after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Netflix unveiled the first part of the documentary dedicated to Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle. This Thursday, September 15, the platform published the second part of this documentary series, which promised startling revelations about the British royal family. The Sussexes evoke their love at first sight, harkening back to Prince Harry’s childhood, their life as a couple in the US or their shocking departure from the royal family. In the last three episodes, the pair decided to focus their attack on the British tabloids, which would have put them through real hell. Suffering so much Meghan Markle says she thought the worst. “I realized that I was not only thrown to the wolves, but that I was their food”particularly explains the mother of Archie and Lilibet. “Enough pain! Enough suffering!”pleads Prince Harry, still traumatized by the treatment his mother, Lady Diana, suffered.
Meghan and Harry would be ready to discuss with the royal family
While the relationship between the Sussexes and the royal family was already complicated, the release of the Netflix documentary did nothing to help. On Sunday, December 18, a source revealed Sunday Times that Meghan and Harry would be ready to discuss with the royal family on the condition of receiving an apology from the latter. According to a relative of the couple, they would like to “sit with the royal family” to counter theirs “disputes”. “Nothing was ever done when Harry and Meghan raised various concerns – no meeting, formal apology or accountability“, says the same source. According to her, this silence would be “hard to swallow” for the parents of Archie and Lilibet, who “would like to hold a meeting”. To be continued…