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New Zealand Prime Minister distances himself from Harry and Meghan despite appearing in the trailer for their documentary series: ‘I’m not aware’ |  Kings

New Zealand Prime Minister distances himself from Harry and Meghan despite appearing in the trailer for their documentary series: ‘I’m not aware’ | Kings

KingsNew Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (42) was shocked when she appeared on Monday in the trailer for “Live To Lead,” the latest Netflix project from Prince Harry (38) and Meghan Markle (41). The politician did not know at all that the documentary series in which she participated was produced by the couple. “I did not communicate with them directly,” a statement read.

The seven-part documentary series “Live To Lead,” which premieres December 31 on Netflix, focuses on some inspiring leaders who have made a difference in the lives of others. Thus, the series is not about Harry and Meghan themselves, although the couple is featured prominently in the trailer, which the streaming service released on Monday. The photos also show speeches and interviews by climate activist Greta Thunberg and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, among others. Harry and Meghan are producing the series in association with the Nelson Mandela Foundation.

look. Here is the trailer for “Live To Lead”:

Since Ardern received so many questions about the trailer, she decided to put the i and cross the t in a statement. For example, the politician claims that she did not know that Harry and Meghan were the driving forces behind the series. In March 2019, the Prime Minister was approached by the Nelson Mandela Foundation for the first time to take part in a project to inspire young leaders around the world. She will be interviewed for about an hour. Initially, the score will be used in books and audiobooks. The conversation eventually took place on November 8, 2019. A booklet based on the interview was published a year later. The prime minister was not informed of the deal the Nelson Mandela Foundation had with Netflix until March 2021. Ardern was then told that the interview would also be available on the streaming service. It wasn’t until May of this year that I learned that Harry and Meghan would be presenting the series, more than 2.5 years after their original interview. Plus, she wasn’t aware that they acted as the series’ producers. The Prime Minister has had no direct contact with Harry and Meghan about this.”

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According to critics, the couple has nothing to do with the content of the series. “They simply appended their name to it then, because they just made a million-dollar deal with Netflix,” it appears in the Daily Mail, among other things. Ardern’s participation is also sensitive because Britain’s King Charles is also New Zealand’s official head of state. So the politician cannot take sides in the family drama played out in the British court.

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