Phillip Schofield has declared that there are no “bombs” on Netflix Harry and meghan Documentary.
Schofield and co-host Holly Willoughby discussed the recently released docuseries on Thursday morning’s (December 8) episode. This morning.
The first three episodes of Harry and Megan are now available on the streaming platform.
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Willoughby and Schofield talked about it Harry and Megan along with journalist Camilla Tominey.
“There are no bombs here,” Schofield said of the series so far. “The first episode is essentially a love story.”
He added that “it’s a lovely glimpse” of the pair and that they seemed to have a very “natural meeting” on social media.
In an episode of the documentary, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle detail the story of their first date in 2016 at Soho House on Dean Street in London.
Harry admitted he was “freaking out” and “sweating” at being late.
Willoughby also said the series’ subdued nature was particularly surprising as the trailers seemed to suggest there would be more explosive material regarding the royal family.
She added, “We get a lot of access to them, but it’s not what we’re terribly hungry for.”
However, Schofield reminded Willoughby that there are still three episodes to be released. The following installments will be released on December 15th.
The TV host went on to say that there was “nothing” in the docuseries that “I thought would rock the palace”.
Tominey agreed, declaring, “There’s nothing like the Oprah racism bombshell,” referencing the high-profile Oprah Winfrey interview the couple did in 2021.
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This morning later welcomed former King Charles Press Secretary Kristina Kryiacou to talk about the documentary.
Schofield recalled that Kyriacou’s first reaction to the documentary was that it was a “slightly disappointing” given how teased the trailer was.
In the documentary, Meghan Markle said her 2017 engagement interview with Prince Harry was an “orchestrated reality show.”
Find all the breakout stories from the series and more The Independent‘s live blog here.
Elsewhere on daytime television on Thursday (December 8), Susanna Reid was left fumbling Good morning Britain when she tried to “clean up” an NSFW interview.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/phillip-schofield-harry-and-meghan-this-morning-b2241295.html Philip Schofield claims there are no ‘bombshells’ in the Harry and Meghan documentary