The Sussex documentary series is available on Netflix since December 8, 2022
Royal expert claims docuseries is a betrayal of Queen Elizabeth II and King Charles III
An agreement that the Sussexes would not have respected had yet been made just before their departure in 2020

Royal sources claim that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have betrayed the trust of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8 at the age of 96, as reported by the Mirror. A betrayal that took shape with the release of their controversial documentary series on Netflix. Indeed, an agreement would have been made between the two parties just before the Sussexes left the royal family. According to media sources, this agreement would have been made with Queen Elizabeth II at Sandringham in January 2020. At the end of this meeting with the late Queen, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would have committed that “everything they do continues to uphold Her Majesty’s values”. A statement from the Palace was released on behalf of the Queen at the time stating: “Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be very beloved members of my family.”

“It is the hope of my whole family that today’s agreement allows them to start building a happy and peaceful new life,” the statement read. Unfortunately, the loyalty of the parents of Archie and Lilibet has been greatly questioned following the numerous attacks against the firm, in particular the interview granted to Oprah Winfrey which had the effect of a bomb. This continues with the release of the Sussex documentary series which was released this December 8, 2022. The series is intended to be a series of statements to divulge royal secrets. The documentary series even attacks the institution. According to royal author Phil Dampier, the revelations in the Sussexes’ documentary simply mean the truce has been broken.

Phil Dampier: “a total and exclusive betrayal of the Queen’s heritage”

Royal expert Phil Dampier spoke to the Express hours before the Sussexes’ documentary series aired. He had underlined the fact that the couple had disrespected Queen Elizabeth II, but also King Charles III. “Whatever their alleged grievances, the way Harry and Meghan have behaved is a complete and exclusive betrayal of the Queen’s legacy,” Phil Dampier said. “They acted in a totally unacceptable way despite attempts by the late queen and her father to extend an olive branch.”

A storm is coming for the royal family

Following the release of the six-part docuseries titled ‘Harry & Meghan’, the British royal family is bracing for a media storm, according to Mirror. Note that the first three parts of the documentary series have been available on the Netflix platform since this Thursday, December 8, 2022. Royal experts are unanimous on the fact that this series will simply be explosive and could drag several members of the royal family into mud. “I sincerely think it’s going to be worse than the royals can imagine. I’m told it’s going to be quite explosive and it’s going to be very damaging,” a Netflix production source told the Mirror. .

Harry and Meghan on Netflix: this agreement with Elizabeth II that they betrayed

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