Prince Harry says ‘no one knows the full truth’ in new look at bombshell Netflix series
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Prince Harry has claimed ‘no one knows the full truth’ in a new advert for a revealing new documentary series set to be released on Netflix.
The series is set to be split into two parts, the first of which will arrive on Thursday (8 December) with the first three episodes. Volume 2 will then drop on the streaming service on 15 December.
In the new trailer Harry can be heard talking about life as a member of the royal family, claiming there is 'leaking', but also the 'planting' of stories.
The son of King Charles also described the 'pain and suffering' of women who marry into the institution, and dubbed the attention around their relationships as a 'feeding frenzy'.
Harry admitted he was 'terrified' of history repeating itself, while Meghan claimed to have realised she was not going to be 'protected'.
"No one knows the full truth," Harry said, adding: "We know the full truth."
The six episodes will take viewers through the full span of Harry and Meghan's relationship, from 'the early days of the couple’s courtship to the challenges and controversies that prompted them to step back from the royal family'.
Netflix explains: "At its core, their relationship looks like many others: They met, had a whirlwind romance, fell in love, got married, had children, and built a life based on shared values and mutual support of each other’s work and ambitions.
"But the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are no ordinary couple. Theirs is one of the most high-profile love stories in history, and even the most plugged-in fans and followers of their story have never heard it told like this before."
As well as quotes from Meghan and Harry, the series is set to feature interviews with friends and family members who have never previously spoken publicly about the relationship, as well as historians and journalists who explore how the media played a part in their romance.
News of the series has been met with mixed responses from internet users, with one describing it as 'another piece of drama [used] to blame everyone around them', while another expressed their excitement as they wrote: "Cannot wait for the truth to finally comes [sic] out!!!"
Harry & Meghan has been directed by two-time Academy Award–nominated and Emmy-winning director Liz Garbus.