Megyn Kelly is gonna have a field day with the second volume of Harry and Meghan, which Netflix premiered last night.
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In the last installment of the docuseries, a tearful Meghan Markle confesses that she “tried so hard” to fit in smoothly with the British royal family. In the end, though, she “wasn’t good enough.”
The revelation isn’t likely to win over detractors of the Sussexes.
Amid Markle’s alleged incompatibility with the royals, along with toxic tabloid coverage, Harry and Meghan left their royal duties in February 2021.
The program appears to be an attempt to provide Harry and Meghan’s points of view and reveal what happened behind the scenes of their marriage.
Volume One of Harry & Meghan premiered last week. Four more segments are set to air.
The docuseries seemed at least somewhat promising when Netflix announced the project and aired a trailer for it earlier this month.
“In an unprecedented and in-depth documentary series, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex share the other side of their high-profile love story,” Netflix stated in a recent statement about the program. “The series explores the clandestine days of their early courtship and the challenges that led to them feeling forced to step back from their full-time roles in the institution.”
Critics Continue to Eviscerate Harry and Meghan
But critics ranging from Megyn Kelly to hosts of The View to the royal couple’s most disgusting critic of them all, Piers Morgan are incessantly chiding the couple over the docuseries. Haters call them narcissistic, whiny, and childish.
Some of the criticism centers around the timing of the docuseries’ release, as the New York Post noted. They bandied about the conspiratorial-sounding theory that the prince and duchess timed the release of the trailer to disrupt Prince William and Princess Kate Middleton’s recent U.S. tour.