Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Netflix documentaries being trolled by fans

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got the royal troll treatment.

The Netflix trailer for the highly-anticipated docuseries starring the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was released on Monday but was immediately branded “hypocritical” by several online users.

The minute-long trailer shows the former royals discussing their experiences with the British royal family, which they claimed is fraught with “pain and suffering”.

“I was shocked. I didn’t want history to repeat itself,” said Harry, 38, of his wife Meghan, 41. “The pain and suffering of the women who marry into this institution, this binge eating.”

While the video racked up 1.4million views on YouTube and 16,000 likes as of Tuesday, commenters started a trend of trolling the former royals by starting a comment with “I love the part where” before toasting the pair.

“I love the part where Harry and Meghan write a letter that makes it clear that the monarchy is a terribly repressive system,” mused one user. “Right before signing their letter ‘The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’.”

“I love the part where Harry advises people to quit their jobs when they’re feeling stressed and instead rely on their multi-million dollar trust fund. Very relatable,” trolled another.

As of Tuesday, the number of dislikes for the video was hidden, but one user pointed out that the video had 121,000 dislikes at the time of publication.

Commenters started a trend on the site by starting a comment with "I love the part where" before roasting the pair.
The minute-long trailer shows the former royals discussing their experiences with the royal family, which they claimed is filled with “pain and suffering”.
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The video has since garnered 1.4 million views on Youtube with almost 16,000 likes, hiding the number of dislikes.  One user pointed out that the video had 121,000 dislikes at the time of publication.
The video has 1.4 million views on YouTube with 16,000 likes.
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“I love the part where Harry is so concerned about the press and the safety of his families that he hires paparazzi to document their escape into this incredible private life of interviews, podcasts and Netflix series,” wrote one reviewer. “So brave and hypocritical it brings a tear to my left eye!”

“Loved the segment where the British public showed their utter contempt for the couple by cheering madly, waving flags and contributing to the wedding,” quipped another. “Creates a tear, but only the left one and only the one.”

A viewer commented on Harry’s quote, in which he explains, “There is a hierarchy in the family.”

“I love the part when Harry suddenly realizes there is a hierarchy after 39 years in the royal family,” they wrote.

Some users slammed the streaming site for entertaining the idea of ​​the docuseries in the first place.

"I love the part where Harry and Meghan write a letter making it clear that the monarchy is a terribly repressive system." bangs a user. "Just before they sign their letter The Duke and Duchess of Sussex."
“I love the part where Harry and Meghan write a letter making it clear that the monarchy is a terribly repressive system,” wrote one reviewer. “Right before signing their letter ‘The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’.”
The minute-long trailer, released on Monday, shows the former royals discussing their experiences in the British monarchy and was immediately trolled by commentators.
“I was shocked. I didn’t want history to repeat itself,” Harry said in the docuseries trailer. “The pain and suffering of the women who marry into this institution, this binge eating.”
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"Harry & Megan" is scheduled to be released on Netflix on December 8, 2022, the second part will be released on December 15.
“Harry & Meghan” is scheduled to be released on Netflix on December 8, 2022, with the second part appearing on December 15.

“I love the part where Netflix actually had the balls to leave the comments open. It’s pure gold,” joked one user.

“I love how Netflix manages to bring this story into a new genre: comedic reality fiction,” joked another person.

“I especially love the part where Netflix fueled the spite and jealousy of Sussex by timing the release of the first trailer to spoil the trip to Wales in the US. Such loyalty! So inspiring,” a third person chimed in, referring to Prince William and Kate Middleton, who visited Boston this week, where they were mocked with “USA” chants during a basketball game.

“Harry & Meghan” is scheduled to stream on Netflix on December 8, 2022, with the second part coming out on December 15.

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Emma Bowman

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