An English journalist attacked Prince Harry and his wife Megan Markle, describing them as “poisonous rats”, after publishing a new clip from Their controversial documentary series on “Netflix”.
In response to the clip, famous English broadcaster Piers Morgan wrote: “King Charles needs to strip these two poisonous rats of all remaining titles and ties to the royal family…and he needs to do so quickly before they destroy the monarchy.”
King Charles needs to strip these two poisonous rats of all remaining titles & ties to the Royal Family.. and needs to do it fast before they destroy the Monarchy. https://t.co/nVavMDMFR2
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) December 12, 2022
The couple, who married in 2018, still hold the title “Duke and Duchess of Sussex”, but they are no longer addressed as HRH and Her Royal Highness.
In one of the segments of the documentary series, Harry continues to say that he wondered what would have happened to them if they had not decided to leave when they did. He described the trip outside the UK as a “journey to freedom”.
Harry said they were happy to lie to protect his brother, and were never willing to tell the truth to protect him and Meghan.
Meghan said their security had been “taken down” and that “everyone in the world knows where we are”. She also confirmed that “she was not thrown to the wolves, but was fed to the wolves.”
Prince Harry said that the British royal family ruled out that the race-related press pursuit of his wife, Megan, would change the course of his life, with the couple launching a fierce attack on the media in the documentary series.
Harry drew a comparison between the way the press treated Meghan and the intense media interference suffered by his mother, Princess Diana.
And Princess Diana died in a car accident in Paris in 1997 while trying to escape from the pursuit of paparazzi.
Harry, who with Meghan stepped down from their royal duties two years ago, said it was his duty to expose “exploitation and bribery” in the media.
In the first three episodes of the much-anticipated series, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed a series of revelations, including Meghan’s recollection of her first death threat, Harry’s account of denying ever met Meghan, and unseen footage of their son Archie.
Harry stated in the series that he and Meghan “sacrificed everything” and that he was afraid that the media would alienate his wife.
He also referred to “the pain and suffering of women married to men within this institution (the royal family),” as he put it.
However, the first episodes did not contain any shocking matters to the royal family, and the main focus was on the way the British tabloids treated them, and how this affected their relationship and eventually led to their departure from official royal life.
“The truth must be told, no matter how hard I try, no matter how good I am, no matter what I do, they will find a way to destroy me,” Megan said.
Buckingham Palace said it would not comment on the series. Netflix said that members of the royal family declined to comment on the series, but a source from the royal family indicated that no contact had been made with the palace, a representative of Prince William, or other members of the royal family.