Harry & Meghan edited Queen’s famous speech: viral TikTok

A communications coach breaks down one of Queen Elizabeth’s famous speeches in Netflix’s Harry & Meghan docuseries.

After the release of the first three episodes of the series, more bombs dropped.

Recently, language expert Susie Ashfield claimed on TikTok that Netflix edited words from Elizabeth’s 21st birthday speech “to completely change the meaning of the statement.”

The TikTok, which was posted on Tuesday and has garnered 760,000 views, claims that the line in her speech in which Queen Elizabeth declares that her “entire life, long or short, has been dedicated to your service and the service of our great imperial family.” should be to which we all belong’ is changed.

TikToker and communications coach Susie Ashfield said the change, included in the third episode of the series, edited the speech heard to read: “I declare before all of you that my entire life, long or short, has been dedicated to the service of our… Dedicated to the great imperial family to which we all belong.”

Ashfield, who is a staunch supporter of the royal family, said a friend drew her attention to the edited speech.

“I didn’t want to say anything about the Netflix documentary ‘Harry & Meghan’ because it has nothing to do with me,” she explained. “I’m a communication coach. I help people give speeches.”

It was recently revealed by a voice coach on TikTok that the Queen's 21st birthday speech had been edited by Netflix "completely changing the meaning of the statement."
It was recently revealed by a voice coach on TikTok that Queen Elizabeth’s 21st birthday speech had been edited by Netflix “to completely change the meaning of the statement”.
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    TikTok - which was published on Tuesday and has racked up nearly 707,000 views - claims a line in the Queen's birthday speech has been changed.
The TikTok – which was published on Tuesday and has garnered nearly 707,000 views – claims that a line of Queen Elizabeth’s birthday speech has been changed.
TikTok/smashfield89
Tiktoker and voice coach Susie Ashfield said that in the third episode of the series, the speech heard changed when it was heard "I declare before you all that my whole life, long or short, will be dedicated to the service of our great imperial family to which we all belong."
TikToker and voice coach Susie Ashfield said the change could be heard in the third installment of the docuseries.
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"did you hear the difference  And did you notice that removing a few words completely changes the meaning of the statement," Ashfield asked.
“Did you hear the difference? And did you notice that removing a few words completely changes the meaning of the statement?” Ashfield asked.
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“But I really like speeches, so someone told me about a possible edit that may have taken place on the Queen’s 21st birthday speech. I had to see it,” she continued.

She then played the original and Netflix versions of the speech and asked if users could hear the difference.

“Did you hear the difference? And did you notice that removing a few words completely changes the meaning of the statement?” Ashfield asked.

“I don’t know what you can learn from this, but I suppose if you speak and it’s recorded there’s a chance you’ll be misquoted, your words taken out of context or in this case part could be removed to change the meaning of the statement itself.”

Commentators were quick to condemn Netflix.

“Christ, it feels like the whole Netflix series is dishonest,” slammed one user.

“People think mocking politeness is the worst disrespect to the late Queen, but this manipulation of her words really is the worst,” said another.

“I thought I was [imagining] it. I’ve heard her speech many times and I was almost certain it wasn’t the same one,” a third person interjected.

The last three episodes of the documentaries are scheduled to be released on December 15, 2022.

https://nypost.com/2022/12/14/harry-meghan-edited-queens-famed-speech-viral-tiktok/ Harry & Meghan edited Queen’s famous speech: viral TikTok

Emma Bowman

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