Sharp criticism of Prince Harry: His mother Diana "would be appalled"

A new trailer for the second part of the Netflix documentary "Harry</p>However, it is not clear in the short clip who Harry accuses of lying.

Sharp criticism of Prince Harry: His mother Diana "would be appalled"

A new trailer for the second part of the Netflix documentary "Harry

However, it is not clear in the short clip who Harry accuses of lying. It is possible that the statement is directed against the British tabloid press and not against the palace. Sources close to Harry and his wife Duchess Meghan, 41, said the Duke's comments would be put into context when the next episodes aired on Thursday (December 15), according to The Telegraph.

According to the Daily Mail, former BBC journalist and author Tom Bower (76) says Harry's collaboration with Netflix has "destroyed his relationship with William". He also rejected the other hints in the trailer that the security measures for Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan were reduced. Bower, who has written several books about the royals, called it "shockingly untrue".

Meghan says in the new trailer: "Our security was lifted. Everyone in the world knew where we were." She was not thrown to the wolves, "I was fed to the wolves". However, it remains unclear in the trailer what period of time the Duchess of Sussex is talking about.

Bower also claims William and Harry's mother, Princess Diana, "would be appalled" by Harry's disloyalty, according to the paper. "This rupture is worrying not only for William and King Charles, but also for the country." The image of the fighting brothers is terrible for "Britain's global reputation".

Even if the statements in the new trailer may be in a different context – it seems clear that part two of the Netflix documentary will be uncomfortable for the British royal family. The first three episodes, which aired last Thursday, concluded with Harry and Meghan's wedding preparations in May 2018. The new episodes are now expected to detail the drama within the royal family surrounding the couple's departure from the UK. The British newspaper "The Times", citing a palace insider, wrote after the broadcast of part one of the documentary that part two would probably be "like poison" for the royals.

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