Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Not in the Same League as Nelson Mandela, Greta Thunberg? Sussexes Accused of Trying to Worm Their Way Into Elite Circles, Royal Expert Claims

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will release a new documentary on Netflix on Dec. 31. This time around, the couple will be interviewing world leaders. The documentary is in stark contrast to the Sussexes' recent project with the streaming giant called Harry & Meghan.

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Royal Expert Slams Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Following New Documentary Announcement?

Ahead of Live to Lead's release, royal expert Kinsey Schofield slammed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for seemingly trying to worm their ways into elite circles by interviewing world leaders like Greta Thunberg, Gloria Steinem, Jacinda Ardern, and more.

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"Reminder: Harry is only given a platform because of his DNA and Meghan only has these opportunities because of her husband's DNA. They are not in the same league as Greta Thunberg or Nelson Mandela. Harry and Meghan know that 'You are who you associate with...' – which is why they cling to their royal titles and create content like this so they can try to worm their way into these elite circles," she said (via Express).

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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle's New Netflix Documentary Is Inspired By Nelson Mandela

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In the trailer for Live to Lead, Prince Harry revealed that the documentary was inspired by the late Nelson Mandela, who also happened to be South Africa's first Black president.

"What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead," Prince Harry said while quoting Mandela.

The announcement of Prince Harry and Markle's new Netflix documentary seemingly came as a shock to some of their critics. After all, they were still reeling over Harry & Meghan, which was released on Dec. 8 and Dec. 15.

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Prince Harry And Meghan Markle's Complaints Will Soon Get Tiring?

Vanity Fair journalist Andre Wallenstein recently claimed that it's only a matter of time before Prince Harry and Markle's supporters get tired of their never-ending complaints.

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"There can only be so many revelations left to share with the public now that the couple has exiled themselves away from their fractious coexistence with the monarchy. Given that they've beaten this horse to death, perhaps this one-trick pony is due for the glue factory. Their game plan has always been, come for the sob story, stay for the high-minded uplift. But that's a shaky strategy for keeping an audience around that probably doesn't care about anything either of them has to say that isn't royal gossip," he wrote (via Daily Mail).

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