King Charles Nearly Having a Meltdown Over Prince Harry’s Netflix Docuseries? Meghan Markle, Husband, Will See More Retribution, Royal Expert Claims

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King Charles may take action against Prince Harry and Meghan Markle depending on the content of their documentary. The royal couple has made headlines following the release of the first promo of their Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan because it hints about their falling out with the members of the firm. A royal expert claimed that they could face retribution.

King Charles 'On The Verge Of Having A Meltdown' Over Prince Harry, Meghan Marke Docuseries, Expert Claims

The new monarch is known for his temper. Shortly after King Charles took over the throne, there were videos of him losing his temper.

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American journalist and author Christopher Andersen warned the Duke and Duchess of Sussex that they could be seeing more royal "retribution" from His Majesty.

"Charles has a huge temper, has been unleashed many times behind the scenes," Andersen told Us Weekly. "Charles has a huge temper, has been unleashed many times behind the scenes."

He added that the Prince of Wales also has a temper but is a "slow burner" compared to his dad.

"I mean, he tries to hide it, but it doesn't work," the royal author added while talking about Prince William. "I'm sure he is very, very angry at his brother and cannot understand what he's doing."

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King Charles Caught On Camera Losing Temper During Official Event

Prince Harry and Prince William's father received an intense backlash following a signing ceremony when he lost his temper over a leaking fountain pen. The footage obtained by Sky News showed him asking for the date and writing the wrong one.

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"Is it September 12th?" King Charles asked. A person standing behind him responded, "13th sir."

"Oh god, I've put the wrong date down," the new monarch uttered before correcting the date. Shortly after that, he noticed that the pen was leaking.

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"Oh God I hate this [pen]!" he added before giving the pen to his wife, Queen Consort Camilla.

"Oh look, it's going everywhere," she said after taking the pen.

He wiped his finger as Camilla sat down to sign the document. "I can't bear this bl**** thing ... every stinking time," he added before walking away, leaving the Queen Consort behind.

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Royal Family' Breathing A Sigh Of Relief' After Harry & Meghan Volume 1?

On Thursday, the first three episodes of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's anticipated documentary premiered. There were a lot of expectations that the show might end their relationship with the royals, with some experts claiming the Sussexes were declaring war against the members of the firm.

However, royal commentator Jonathan Sacerdoti believed that the royals were relieved because there was nothing new in the documentary.

"I don't think there was very much in there that was particularly new or that will have worried them too much. It was repetition of the same old gripes, repetition of the same sort of stuff [they've previously claimed]," he told Us Weekly.

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"So, I think they may be breathing a sigh of relief on that front, but, you know, there are three more of these [episodes] to come."

Stay tuned for more news and updates about King Charles, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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