, 2022-12-08 13:30:34,
After months of wait, the first three episodes of Harry & Meghan—Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix docuseries about their lives behind the scenes—have dropped.
Aided by friends, employees, historians, and of course director Liz Garbus and her team, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex told their stories themselves, as they saw them happen.
The result is the touching tale of a royal love story soured by prejudice, racism, and a relentless tabloid press.
Here’s everything we learned from this unprecedented docuseries, and everything you might have missed.
All interviews were filmed before the Queen’s passing
A disclaimer before the first episode reads, “All interviews were completed by August 2022. Members of the Royal Family declined to comment on the content within this series.”
This is significant, given the extra criticism the series’ existence received following the Queen’s death in September.
Harry and Meghan privately documented their royal exit
A friend suggested it, in case they wanted to tell their story someday to counter misinformation, and the series uses footage filmed on the royal couple’s phones of them preparing to leave for Canada in March 2020 and all the emotional journey that went with that.
Meghan has two sweet nicknames for Harry
She calls him “Haz” and “H.”
Meghan was “really intent on being single” when she met Harry
Meghan explained that she had been single for a couple of months in July 2016, and was really excited to travel the world with her…
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