The people behind Prince Harry and Meghan Markle claim it’s “standard practice” to use stock images and footage when making documentaries.
Netflix’s ‘Harry & Meghan’ trailer shows the Duke and Duchess of Sussex being bombarded by the media, but was actually at the ‘Harry Potter’ premiere many years ago. The former royal was slammed when viewers realized it had been filmed. they met.
Another footage was shot outside Katie Price’s trial and was used as Harry’s voiceover.
“We use stock imagery to tell the story,” a source familiar with the project told The Telegraph. “It’s not meant to be literal in the trailer.”
The source also added that Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, do not have editorial rights to the trailer, but said the selection of footage was “standard practice in documentary and trailer production.” .
Representatives for Sussexes and Netflix did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
British royal correspondent Robert Jobson accused the couple of faking dramatic footage on Monday, and one of the more serious moments captured in the trailer was during a tightly controlled, press-approved event. It was revealed that it was actually filmed on
“This photo used by @Netflix and Harry and Meghan to imply media intervention is a complete farce.” Jobson tweeted“It was taken from a licensed swimming pool at Archbishop Tutu’s mansion in Cape Town. Only three held accredited positions. H&M agreed to the position. I was there.” I was in.”
In the first two trailers, the couple describes royal life as a “dirty game” and uses footage of Princess Diana and Kate Middleton being cornered by photographers to “deal with the pain and suffering of women who marry this establishment.” talking about suffering.
“Harry and Meghan” will release its first three episodes on Thursday, December 8th. His next three episodes will stream on his December 15th.