Controversy erupts as royal critics blast Netflix for using ‘fake images’ in ‘Harry and Meghan’ docuseries +2023

Netflix has been riding a wave of success in recent years. With the announcement that the ex-royal couple will be the latest on the list of celebrities for their project, no one was surprised when their trailer became the most viewed YouTube video on day one of its release. Still, it brought Prince Harry and Meghan Markle a new wave of controversy online.

What may shock some, however, is how much the photo of the new couple being swarmed by paparazzi in the streaming company’s trailer distorts the relationship between the pair. The Duke and Duchess are often seen smiling in front of the public and escaping the pressures of life. Her upcoming docu-series, however, has to say something strikingly different.

Publishers accuse Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of using fake images for advertising purposes

While the Duke and Duchess are no strangers to the pressures of fame, the photo paints a picture of Meghan and Harry that’s quite somber and fraught with scandal. As a result, various news reporters and royal correspondents have taken a swipe at the self-exiled couple. Likewise, an Australian media writer launched a verbal attack on Harry and Meghan over the release of the teaser of their documentaries. Come in addition, The sun has confirmed the vaping giant also had a completely irrelevant promotional snap to give the series more impact.

They are said to have recorded a scene where Meghan Markle appears to be in tears in a moving car. She was seen saying goodbye to her husband and grappling with the crowd. Apparently that was a scene from the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Premium, where thousands of cameramen had gathered. Prince Harry says in voiceover: “I had to do everything to protect my family.” Therefore, it seems that the crowd was hovering over the Sussex couple. Although nothing of the sort happened in reality, says Sky news.

In addition, some eminent royal authors have quipped in their minds, saying: “This fake image weakens his (Prince Harry’s) point of view.The author of Diana: An Intimate Portrait said this doesn’t come close to Prince Harry being protective of his family. Other experts have claimed this is a “recklessError on the part of the vaping giant for using fake images to objectify paparazzi. However, the full story is yet to be revealed. However, the Duke and Duchess are yet to break their silence on the fake photo dispute.

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What are your opinions on the controversy mentioned above? Do you think the pictures are fake?

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