Tom Bower has launched a scathing attack on Prince Harry after the release of the new Netflix documentary series “Harry & Meghan”.
The royal author joined Dan Wootton to share his thoughts on the first three episodes of the six-part-docuseries.
Mr. Bower reacted to a clip in which Meghan Markle described how, at her first meeting with William and Kate, she was surprised at the “formality” of the royal family behind closed doors.
The royal author joined Dan Wootton to share his thoughts on the first three episodes of the six-part-docuseries. GB News
The Duchess of Sussex says: “I’ve always been a hugger, I didn’t realise that that is really jarring for a lot of Brits,” she said, revealing she was dressed down in ripped jeans and was barefoot.
Mr. Bower shared his disbelief at Meghan’s comments, saying: “This is from a woman who attacks her father mercilessly in the series, a man who she abandoned for months to the media and now presents her mother, Doria, speaking for the first time, telling outright lies about her ex husband.
“I mean, this was a calculated attempt against the families.
“The one thing that Samantha Markle always predicted was just like Meghan turned against our family, she'll get Harry to do the same. And that was an exercise of doing that.
Turning to Harry, Mr. Bower said that Princess Diana would be “appalled” at the comments Harry made against his brother.
“It was shocking, shocking of Harry to sit there and let his wife attack Kate, who'd been so good to him, who was his friend.
“What would Diana think of Harry attacking William in that way?
“She'd be appalled by her son's behaviour. And that was, again, so nauseating, the way he kept on bringing in Diana.
“Diana, who appealed to the media all the time, who phoned journalists secretly, who brought Martin Bashir into her office, who cooperated with Andrew Morton, who kept on calling Richard Kay.
“I mean, this is ridiculous.”
Meghan Markle said at her first meeting with William and Kate, she was surprised at the “formality” of the royal family. Netflix
A senior palace source said Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace and members of the family were not approached for comment on content in the series.
However, a Netflix source said the communications offices for the King and the Prince of Wales were contacted in advance and given the chance to react to Harry and Meghan’s claims.
Both Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace confirmed they did receive an email purporting to be from a third-party production company from an unknown organisation’s address and attempted to verify its authenticity with Archewell Productions and Netflix, but never received a response.