Do Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan Markle want privacy – or fame?
The View co-hosts discussed the timing of the estranged royals’ trailer uploaded Thursday for their upcoming Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan.
Sunny Hostin said she doesn’t think the estranged royals have the “power” to decide that the trailer – which happened to be released just as Harry’s brother, Prince William, and his wife Kate Middleton were embarking on their US tour – was released during their residence would come out -laws were in the states.
But many of the ladies agreed the timing was “smart marketing.”
However, sources told Page Six that the trailer’s release is believed to be a “coordinated campaign” to disrupt the Prince and Princess of Wales’ grand state tour.
“The only thing that strikes me a little bit is that they’ve already told their story,” said Alyssa Farah Griffin. “At the end [Meghan] says, like, “When the stakes are this high, you have to tell your story.” You sat down with Oprah — we all saw it. I’ll probably binge watch this when it comes out. But I kind of feel like they keep coming out in public even though they wanted to avoid it.”
Sara Haines agreed, saying that “it’s hard to reconcile a desire for privacy with the voluntary release of a documentary about her time in the royal family.”
“I have to tell you something: if they want privacy and want to get away from the royal family, they have a hell of a way to do it,” added Ana Navarro.
“Do we really care?” interjected Joy Behar. “We are dealing with voters and anti-Semites.”
Critics have already torn the trailer to pieces, calling it a “Feast of Sacrifice.” The couple will reportedly claim to have been bullied by palace officials in the episode.
Harry & Meghan is coming to Netflix “soon”.
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