Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's upcoming Netflix docuseries is expected to affect the royal family. According to a new report, King Charles and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, are not bothered, but they are tired of the Sussexes.
How Did King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla React To Prince Harry And Meghan Markle's Netflix Docuseries?
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's anticipated documentary on Netflix titled Harry & Meghan will premiere on Thursday. An insider claimed that the senior royals were not bothered at all, but they were already "appalled" and "weary," Radar Online reported.
Royal sources also told Daily Mail a similar report — that Prince Harry's dad and stepmother were "not worried but wearied" by their stream of criticism. The outlet added that the royal family made "magnanimous and very deliberate gestures" to include the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in Queen Elizabeth's funeral. However, they reportedly didn't like the way the royal couple, who are now based in Los Angeles, repaid them with constant outbursts.
"It is very wearying," a palace source repeated.
How Did Prince William And Kate Middleton Feel About Netflix Dropping Sussexes Docuseries Trailer While They Were In Boston?
According to a palace source, the Prince and Princess of Wales were "sanguine" about the upcoming docuseries. However, there were fears that it might end the royal siblings' relationship, which has been strained for years.
Netflix dropped the trailer of Harry & Meghan Thursday, a day before Prince William and Kate Middleton's green carpet event in Boston.
"Typically, if a member of the Royal Family has a high-profile foreign trip then no one else back home would seek to disrupt the message of that trip," an anonymous insider said.
The move raised eyebrows, with some speculating that the Sussexes were trying to steal the limelight from the Cambridges.
"Dropping this first look while the other two are in Boston. The juiciness of it all, and I'm here for it," another Twitter user wrote.
"With Harry's brother and sister-in-law in the USA today and tomorrow... and Prince William's @EarthshotPrize in Boston on Friday night, some might reasonably ask: 'couldn't they have waited a couple of days?'" ITV News royal editor Chris Ship tweeted.
Some netizens also defended Prince Harry and Markle. According to them, it's not the royal couple's fault, and Netflix usually drops teasers a week before a new show premieres.
Stay tuned for more news and updates about King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla, Prince William, and Kate Middleton.