This week is the long-awaited second trailer. Harry & Meghan A lot of bombshells were promised when the Netflix documentary series dropped and the first part of the series hit the streaming service later this week. In his dramatic 60-second promo, drama builds as Prince Harry makes chilling predictions. Had he not intervened, his wife, Meghan Markle, may have suffered a similar fate to her late mother. Princess Diana.
However, some astute viewers did spot a few holes in Prince Harry’s remarks, at least according to trailer details.Find out why they aren’t convinced there is enough evidence to support his theory.
Viewers Say Trailer Footage Is Misleading
In the trailer, there are footage of media frenzy, photos and videos of the couple being harassed by the media, and a narration alleging racism and abuse. , similar to that of Princess Diana, viewers claim the footage supporting the claims is misleading.
It is said that the narration does not match the video and photos
Several people on social media have pointed out that much of the footage featured in the promotion was filmed in the US rather than the UK. For example, the opening shot of him in Harry and Meghan’s car is said to have been shot in California. “It’s really hard to look back now and think, ‘What the hell happened?'” says Harry.
There’s more drama, viewers say
After several photos and videos showing the couple being celebrated by the media, the plot suddenly changes. “Everything has changed,” Harry added.
Viewers say photos are misleading
The next part of the preview tries to paint a picture of the couple being abandoned and set to fail. OfficeHarry explains, as having a “family hierarchy.” color trooping Appears in June 2019. In the photo, Kate Middleton seems to be at the center of everything, with Harry and Meghan pushed to the side. I’m standing nearby
Many of the clips are said to be used to influence mood
“The pain and suffering of women who marry into this institution…this feeding frenzy,” a chilling narration accompanied by photos from Meghan’s wedding day, followed by a clip of Princess Diana being cornered by the press. followed. Then the headline of the publication flashes across the screen. Two of the three are US publications, not UK. Viewers say this contradicts claims that the couple were in danger in the UK.
Most of the footage appears to have been shot in the United States.
“I realized…they would never protect you. I was terrified. I didn’t want history to repeat itself,” the Duke later said. Again, viewers claim that the footage featured is not actually from the UK, but from the US and abroad.
Some were reportedly filmed before the couple even met
And as many news outlets have reported, one of the paparazzi’s most controversial images of what appears to be a frenzied feeding was totally unrelated to the couple. The photo was downloaded from Photowire and was taken years before the couple met. Harry potter movie premiere.