Britain's royal family stuck to routine and remained silent over the second half of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan's documentary series, which made hard-hitting claims against Harry's brother, Prince William. While the first half of the six-part Netflix series concentrated on the couple's bruising encounters with the British media, the final three episodes aimed criticism at the royal "firm" – the family and its staff. In three hour-long episodes, Harry claimed William screamed at him during a family meeting and accused palace officials of lying to protect his elder sibling, who is now heir to the throne. Meghan talked about wanting to end her life as she struggled to cope with toxic press coverage.
In the documentary Harry, 38, said William lashed out at him during a family summit at Sandringham Castle in January 2020 to talk about the couple's plan to step down as senior royals.
"It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me and my father say things that just simply weren't true. And my grandmother, you know, quietly sit there and take it all in," Harry said.
He also accused royal communications officials of "leaking" and "planting" stories in the media, claiming staff would seek to deflect negative coverage of one royal by issuing a story about another member of the family.
Meghan, 41, revealed she thought about killing herself amid a torrent of negative media coverage before the couple decided to make a break with the royal household. "It was like 'All of this will stop if I am not here,'" she said. (Agencies)
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