Prince William will not allow Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to tarnish the monarchy. The firm is reportedly willing to ditch the "never complain, never explain" royal mantra depending on the content of Prince Harry and Markle's Netflix docuseries, according to a report.
Prince William To Push Back Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's Inaccurate Claims On Netflix Docuseries?
The royal family normally doesn't respond to various allegations against them. Queen Elizabeth strictly follows the "never complain, never explain" mantra, which other royals also practiced.
However, with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's upcoming docuseries Harry & Meghan, the Prince of Wales is reportedly gearing up to push back any "wild claims" or "dubious claims" that his younger brother and sister-in-law would make against the royal family.
"The Prince and Princesses' team will wait to see what's in the Netflix series before deciding what to do, but you can see the direction of travel," a well-placed source told Express.
Prince William is reportedly pushing back and will not let inappropriate allegations against them, including racism and other misdeeds, go unanswered after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex allegedly sabotaged his and Kate Middleton's trip to Boston by dropping the first trailer of their docuseries a day before their green carpet event.
Prince William's Brother Harry And Sister-In-Law Meghan Trying To Destroy The Monarchy?
Several royal experts slammed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for their Netflix documentary. Prince Harry's biographer, Angela Levin, author of Harry: A Biography of a Prince, felt that they were aiming at the institution following the release of the second promo, where Prince Harry can be heard saying, "There's a hierarchy of the family."
"Meghan and Harry are all out to destroy the monarchy and everybody in it," Levin told The Sun. "Perhaps with the aim of becoming King and Queen themselves - it's never going to happen, it's a fairy tale."
GB News host Nana Akua also echoed the same sentiment after watching the first trailer last week. According to her, based on the promo, the docuseries was "hardly authentic."
"They talk about the high stakes, what stakes?" the TV host said on GB News, reacting to Markle's statement at the end of the first promo asking the audience, "When the stakes are this high, doesn't it make more sense to hear our story from us?"
"They've got nothing left to lose. Dignity went out with the Oprah Winfrey interview. How I get it, the stakes that they're driving is through the heart of the monarchy in the hope of destroying the institution. The only thing is, their very commercial existence relies on it to succeed."
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