Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to Detail Palace 'Bullying' Allegations on Netflix's Docuseries

If a new report is to be believed, the Duke and Duchess of Sussexes will claim they were bullied by palace officials on their upcoming docuseries on the streaming giant.

AceShowbiz - More details about "Harry & Meghan" have emerged online. If a new report is to be believed, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will claim they were bullied by palace officials on their upcoming Netflix docuseries.

"Harry and Meghan will discuss how they felt their best interests were not being represented by the palace," a source revealed to Page Six. "They'll talk about being victims of the palace media machine."

Another Hollywood insider added, "Harry and Meghan will claim they were bullied by the palace. What will become clear is that they suggest their trials and tribulations tie in with the greater issues in the world, such as racism."

The news outlet further claimed that the former "Suits" actress may address the allegations that she herself was a bully while a working royal. The Duchess of Sussex was accused of being the reason of two personal assistants exiting Kensington Palace back in October 2018. She was allegedly "intent on always having someone in her sights." She denied the allegations.

Netflix dropped the first official teaser of "Harry & Meghan" on Thursday, December 1. In the promo, Meghan can be seen wiping her tears before saying, "When the stakes are this high, doesn't it make more sense to hear our story from us?"

Elsewhere in the teaser, Harry adds, "No one sees what's happening behind closed doors. I had to do everything I could to protect my family."

Shortly after, one palace insider called the teaser release a "coordinated campaign" to sabotage William and Kate's American visit for the Duke of Cambridge's Earthshot Prize ceremony. The source accused the Sussexes of trying to "disrupt and clash" with William and Kate's Boston visit.

"If the Sussexes are worried they'll look diminished and less credible in comparison to the Prince and Princess of Wales' first overseas tour in this new era, they've overplayed their hand with a string of PR announcements designed to clash with Waleses' visit this week," the informant said.

Other sources, however, defended Harry and Meghan. They insisted that the couple had nothing to do with the release date and that it was decided by Netflix chiefs. "It was not intentional or directed toward the Prince and Princess of Wales in any way, that is the truth," one source noted. In fact, the Sussexes reportedly wanted the teaser for their six-part series to be released on Monday, November 28.

Netflix has yet to reveal the official release date of "Harry & Meghan", though reports previously stated that it would arrive sometime in December on Netflix.

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