Meghan and Harry: Everything the couple revealed in new Netflix show

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By Phoebe Egoroff

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In a matter of hours, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's latest Netflix docuseries has made headlines across the globe after the pair detailed and explained the progression of their relationship, as well as the nasty abuse they received from the tabloids.

The docuseries - created in collaboration with Harry and Meghan's production company, Archewell Productions - is set to be a six-part look into the couple's life, with the first three episodes having dropped on Thursday and the following three slated for release on December 15.

A number of revelations were made throughout the first three episodes - which mainly focused on the early stages of Prince Harry and Meghan's relationship, their respective childhoods, and the pressure felt by both parties when they first commenced Royal life as a united couple. There was a significant emphasis on the racial abuse suffered by Meghan by the media.

Here's a look at everything the couple revealed in those first few episodes.

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The first three episodes have given fans an unprecedented look at the couple's whirlwind romance. Credit: Simon Serdar / Alamy

Firstly, viewers were treated to a sweet recount of their first date - with Meghan revealing she had stalked Prince Harry's Instagram when she found out that he would be her blind date. The 41-year-old cheekily revealed that her future husband, now 38, was late to their first meeting.

"A guy with such an ego that any girl would sit around and wait for half an hour for you. I'm not interested in that," she quipped, to which Harry then added that she'd been five minutes late to their second date the following evening.

Prince Harry then spoke at length about the paparazzi "feeding frenzy," with the father-of-two stating: "There's a lot of people who think they've got such a problem with paparazzi. Back in my mom's day, it was physical harassment. You know, cameras in your face, following you, chasing you."

He then added that the harassment exists more online now, explaining: "Once the photographs are out and stories put next to it then comes the social media harassment. To see another woman in my life that I love go through this feeding frenzy, that’s hard. It is basically the hunter versus the prey."

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The explosive docuseries reveals the trauma the couple suffered at the hands of the tabloids. Credit: INSTAR Images LLC / Alamy

Meghan then discussed the impact of her first death threat while she was in Toronto, telling the camera: "I would say to the police if any other woman in Toronto said to you I have six grown men who are sleeping in their cars around my house who follow me everywhere that I go and I feel scared, wouldn't you say that it was stalking?

"And they said yes but there's really nothing we can do because of who you're dating," she continued. "I was like so I'm just supposed to live like this? And then I got a death threat and things changed because I needed to have security."

The third episode then ends as we see footage of the couple preparing for their wedding. Viewers also hear Prince Harry and Meghan discuss her estranged father Tom Markle's explosive claims to the media just days before their nuptials, and on-screen we see screenshots of the text message exchanges between the engaged couple and Tom. Sadly, Meghan recalls discovering via the tabloids that her father would not be attending her wedding.

The final three episodes are slated for release on December 15 on Netflix.

Featured image credit: Simon Serdar / Alamy

Meghan and Harry: Everything the couple revealed in new Netflix show

vt-author-image

By Phoebe Egoroff

Article saved!Article saved!

In a matter of hours, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's latest Netflix docuseries has made headlines across the globe after the pair detailed and explained the progression of their relationship, as well as the nasty abuse they received from the tabloids.

The docuseries - created in collaboration with Harry and Meghan's production company, Archewell Productions - is set to be a six-part look into the couple's life, with the first three episodes having dropped on Thursday and the following three slated for release on December 15.

A number of revelations were made throughout the first three episodes - which mainly focused on the early stages of Prince Harry and Meghan's relationship, their respective childhoods, and the pressure felt by both parties when they first commenced Royal life as a united couple. There was a significant emphasis on the racial abuse suffered by Meghan by the media.

Here's a look at everything the couple revealed in those first few episodes.

wp-image-1263182595 size-full
The first three episodes have given fans an unprecedented look at the couple's whirlwind romance. Credit: Simon Serdar / Alamy

Firstly, viewers were treated to a sweet recount of their first date - with Meghan revealing she had stalked Prince Harry's Instagram when she found out that he would be her blind date. The 41-year-old cheekily revealed that her future husband, now 38, was late to their first meeting.

"A guy with such an ego that any girl would sit around and wait for half an hour for you. I'm not interested in that," she quipped, to which Harry then added that she'd been five minutes late to their second date the following evening.

Prince Harry then spoke at length about the paparazzi "feeding frenzy," with the father-of-two stating: "There's a lot of people who think they've got such a problem with paparazzi. Back in my mom's day, it was physical harassment. You know, cameras in your face, following you, chasing you."

He then added that the harassment exists more online now, explaining: "Once the photographs are out and stories put next to it then comes the social media harassment. To see another woman in my life that I love go through this feeding frenzy, that’s hard. It is basically the hunter versus the prey."

wp-image-1263182605 size-full
The explosive docuseries reveals the trauma the couple suffered at the hands of the tabloids. Credit: INSTAR Images LLC / Alamy

Meghan then discussed the impact of her first death threat while she was in Toronto, telling the camera: "I would say to the police if any other woman in Toronto said to you I have six grown men who are sleeping in their cars around my house who follow me everywhere that I go and I feel scared, wouldn't you say that it was stalking?

"And they said yes but there's really nothing we can do because of who you're dating," she continued. "I was like so I'm just supposed to live like this? And then I got a death threat and things changed because I needed to have security."

The third episode then ends as we see footage of the couple preparing for their wedding. Viewers also hear Prince Harry and Meghan discuss her estranged father Tom Markle's explosive claims to the media just days before their nuptials, and on-screen we see screenshots of the text message exchanges between the engaged couple and Tom. Sadly, Meghan recalls discovering via the tabloids that her father would not be attending her wedding.

The final three episodes are slated for release on December 15 on Netflix.

Featured image credit: Simon Serdar / Alamy