HARRY and Meghan need to produce proof to back the serious allegations made in their Netflix documentary series, according to a leading royal commentator.
Asked about Meghan’s claim that a newspaper caused a miscarriage, Jennie Bond told GB News: “It's obviously extremely tough to hear and I have huge sympathy with both Harry and Meghan over the miscarriage, and I'm sure it is true.
“I’m not an expert, a medical expert. I think stress can certainly lead to miscarriages. I mean, he himself, he's quite fair in that he says, I can't say categorically, absolutely, what caused it, but in my view it is. It's a terrible thing to hear.”
She told Patrick Christys: “I think we needed more transparency, we've had six hours of them telling their side of the story, and that's absolutely fine, making all sorts of accusations and generalised allegations, with very little evidence.
“Some of the evidence they did put up was in the form of headlines flashed up on the screen. And many of those headlines, which are about the terrible British media, the appalling evil tabloids in the UK, were actually from the National Enquirer in the United States, the Daily Beast, from New Idea in Australia.
Meghan and Harry made a string of claims in their Netflix docuseries. ANDREW KELLY
“I needed more proof, more evidence…”
She added: “We needed not only to know what that text said, not verbatim - he's prepared to say everything else that William said, that William shouted out and screamed at him at the Sandringham summit.
“So, okay, Harry, what was in that text? And who are the people who have been briefing against you?
“Who is this mystery woman at the Palace who apparently, unbelievably, told Meghan that she was like some kind of foreign organism getting into the fish, the monarchy, a fish that was happily swimming and then this strange organism came in that wasn't like like them and looked different.
“Okay, if you're going to say that, say who and then we can go to that person and say, did you say that?”