Family Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's bombshell Netflix documentary to be released in DAYS
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and have shared the release date to their documentary – with the bombshell series coming out next week.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are believed to have signed a deal worth around £88 million with the streaming giant just months after they stepped down as senior working royals in January 2020.
However, it is claimed that the couple had attempted to push the release date back to 2023, although it's now been revealed that it'll be airing on December 8, 2022.
revealed that the series which was set to be titled Chapters was initially thought to be delayed due to the controversy surrounding the most recent series of The Crown.
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"A lot of conversations are happening. I hear that Harry and Meghan want the series to be held until next year, they want to stall," a source told Page Six.
However, Netflix bosses were said to be pushing forward for the December date.
Following the death of Harry's gran, the late Queen Elizabeth II, sources claimed the couple were "desperate" to edit parts of their Netflix show, as well as his upcoming memoirs.
Despite the release date being just days away, Harry and Meghan are reportedly still undecided about the name of their new project.
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While the couple had hoped to give viewers unprecedented access into their lives, it was reported that they had been prohibited from filming during their trip to the UK for the late Queen's Platinum Jubilee in June.
At the time, crews working with the Sussexes were not given official accreditation by the Royal Family, meaning they cannot use any footage they may have filmed during their trip.
The Telegraph reported that should any Netflix crew have attempted to film in public spaces or set up any equipment they would have been "moved on" almost instantly.
This was the same during the events prior to the funeral of Queen Elizabeth.
Away from this, they welcomed cameras into their lavish California mansion, as well as filmed themselves during a trip to New York for the Global Citizen Live event back in September 2021.
Following their controversial decision to step down as working royals, the couple moved stateside and currently reside in Montecito, California.
At the time, they said they would be carving out a new role for themselves while becoming financially independent from Harry's royal life.
Their production company Archewell Productions was launched in a bid to create documentaries, feature films, scripted shows and children's shows.
Harry describes "terrifying" meeting with his father and brother .
Royal couple say their refusal to accept press attacks they blame for Meghan's miscarriage, and their "stealing the limelight," prompted their British exodus.Harry says the tension — which he and Meghan blame on the rigidity and self-preservation-at-all-cost mentality of the royal family, along with the mercilessness of Britain's tabloid press — exploded in a meeting with his father, now King Charles III, and his brother Prince William shouting at him while his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II sat and looked on.