The public’s response to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s two tell-all books coming out so close together reportedly surprised them.
Several royal experts say that many people’s initial feelings of warmth towards the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have changed since the couple decided to speak out in public more than once.
Since leaving their positions as senior royals in 2020 and moving to California with their two young children, the couple has been very vocal about how unhappy they are with the British monarchy.
In the trailer for their Netflix docuseries, “Harry & Meghan,” Meghan Markle is shown crying next to Prince Harry.
The couple’s decision to start over in the U.S. was told in “Harry & Meghan,” a six-part Netflix docuseries that came out in December. Then, in January, Harry’s explosive autobiography “Spare” came out. It showed his inner struggle and how angry he was with his own family.
On January 10, the book “Spare” came out.
Since he left the UK, Harry, who is 38, has been open about the distance that has grown between him, his father, King Charles III, and his older brother, Prince William.
Kinsey Schofield, who hosts the “To Di For Daily” podcast, told Fox News Digital, “I do think Harry and Meghan expected more support from Hollywood than they have recently gotten. “There’s no doubt that having Tyler Perry on your side makes you feel like a tough opponent.”
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