Continuation and end of the documentary! This Thursday, Netflix unveiled the second and final part of Harry & Meghan, the documentary in which the Sussexes deliver their version of the facts about their shattering break with the British monarchy. In the sixth episode of this explosive mini-series, Meghan and Harry look back on their arrival in California, in 2020, after a first chaotic stopover in Canada, on Vancouver Island, where the family resided temporarily without any security. “It was about a week before the Covid,” recalls Prince Harry before adding: “We were stuck in this house and the whole world knew where we were. Without security, without protection.” Images then show onlookers and paparazzi filmed by surveillance cameras, prowling around their house.
Then appears a photo of Meghan Markle, in tears in the middle of an empty dressing room, suitcases and piles of clothes strewn on the ground. As the Daily Mail specifies, the snapshot was most certainly captured in their temporary accommodation on Vancouver Island, before they took refuge in California. “They just wanted to be free,” says their friend, director Tyler Perry, before continuing: “They had no plan. Everyone thinks so, but no.”
Meghan Markle ‘breaks down in tears’ when in her Canadian home https://t.co/gBoAO4jkfS
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) December 15, 2022
Harry & Meghan: this friend who hosted them when they arrived in California
It was also Tyler Perry who offered the couple to temporarily settle in one of his Hollywood properties, after helping them leave Canada safely. “He told us: ‘My house is secure, there will be security guards, take your time,’ recalls Meghan Markle. “I told him: ‘We’ll only stay for a week. Just long enough to find where we’re going to live’ and he replied: ‘You’re not going to stay just a week. You’re going to stay as long as necessary and you You’ll have security guards. You’ll be safe here, until you have a place to go'”. Finally, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and their son Archie stayed several months in Tyler Perry’s mansion before finding their home in the Montecito district.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry © Backgrid UK