With no content released yet on the streaming service, Prince Harry is currently reportedly “at odds” with his Netflix boss over the highly anticipated upcoming documentary series about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
According to The Sun, the Duke and Duchess are looking to make changes to the documentary series, especially after the death of Harry’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, in September.
The couple has secured a deal for a streaming service that will film their family life in the United States.
Much of the filming of the docuseries took place before the Queen’s death, so Harry and Meghan asked for “significant cuts” to be made.
A source reportedly told The Sun that Harry “simply doesn’t want” the series to be released “before Christmas.”
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Netflix reportedly wanted the show to air in December, but Meghan Markle and Prince Harry requested a delay after the death of the late king.
The couple reportedly “flipped” on what the documentary series could show because they had concerns about its content.
Netflix is said to have gone against Harry’s wishes when the 38-year-old requested a change.
A Netflix source told Page Six that there are concerns about inconsistencies between the docuseries and Harry’s upcoming memoir.
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While the content of the book remains vague, there are concerns that the long-awaited memoir of the Duke of Sussex may contain criticism of the royal family.
Harry’s publisher of choice, Penguin Random House, said the book would detail his journey “from trauma to healing” with “unflinching raw honesty”.
they said, “This is [Harry’s] At last.”
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