December 1, 2022

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Harry and Meghan are in conflict with the makers of their documentary series: 'They want to reduce statements about Charles' |  Property

Harry and Meghan are in conflict with the makers of their documentary series: ‘They want to reduce statements about Charles’ | Property

PropertyHarry and Meghan are said to be working “at odds” with Netflix. For example, the “panic” couple wants to make such large-scale changes to the documentaries that the production team fears that the project will be postponed indefinitely.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex would like to make a lot of changes to the documentaries because they differ on the “tone” in which their story is told, Page Six reports. Reportedly, the couple mainly began to have doubts about the series after the Queen’s death: “Suddenly they want to dilute a lot of what they said about King Charles III and Queen Camilla,” an insider said.

Another source says, “They have made significant requests to undo the content they themselves provided. To the extent that some production workers believe that if it is allowed, the project will be postponed indefinitely.” This does not fit with Netflix. Because the streaming service is eager to have the show ready for December. This way, the series will release right after Crown Season 5, which would be the perfect timing.

Harry and Meghan signed an agreement with Netflix in 2021 to make the documentary series. They reportedly received around $20 million (€19.5 million) in exchange. Since then, the film crew has followed them everywhere they go. The crew doesn’t seem very welcome except on special occasions where Harry’s family is also present.

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