Harry and Meghan ‘trying to take down’ Prince and Princess of Wales

Harry and Meghan: The View's Joy Behar scoffs at Netflix show

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s controversial six-part Netflix documentary is set to his viewers’ screens on Thursday, December 8. The series will explore the span of their relationship, from the early days to the challenges and controversies that prompted them to step back from the Royal Family. Royal commentator Kinsey Schofield recently joined GB News to discuss their latest scandal and claimed the couple were “trying to take down” Prince William and Kate Middleton.

She recently joined GB News host Mark Dolan to discuss the arrival of William and Kate in Boston for the Earthshot Prize awards.

Touching on their work, Kinsey explained: “The impeccable way that they stay focused and they stay on topic is really admirable.

“I know specifically with the entertainment media outlets here in the States, they really wanted to push some of these scandals.

“But you just saw William and Catherine show up every day – I saw Catherine today at Harvard.

“I mean, they had to pull the woman out of the building. She wanted to stop and talk to everyone, and take photos.

“And you know, that’s not running away from the problem and I think that that’s really impressive because [she claims] there are people that are trying to bring them down right now, specifically, the Sussexes.”

She also joined GB News Breakfast hosts, Stephen Dixon and Anne Diamond on Sunday’s show and added: “The more that they show that their intentions are pure, and they’re looking to make the world a better place with initiatives that are tangible like Earth shot, I think that they’re going to continue to rise above.”

“The couple’s trip to America is their first big international appearance since the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

“The second day of the trip was overshadowed by the release of Harry and Meghan’s trailer for their documentary series.”

A source from Netflix has claimed that the Royal Family should “brace” themselves for the series drop and fear it will be “worse than the royals can imagine.”

The source claimed to The Mirror: “I genuinely think it’s going to be worse than the royals can imagine.

“I’m told that it’s going to be utterly explosive and will be very damaging.”

The Netflix series was also mentioned on the American chatshow The View, hosted by Whoopi Goldberg, with Harry and Meghan being criticised for the timing.

Kinsey touched on The View’s comments about the series and said: “They talked about Harry and Megan’s new Netflix show, and all of the women ripped into the trailer and said.

“I’m so sick of these two crying. When does it stop? When did they let things go? When did they grow up and move on?

“I’ve never heard that from them before. They’ve always been very team, Saint Meghan. This is the first time we’re kind of seeing some of these bigger liberal stars turn on them.”

The trailer for the highly anticipated Netflix series has had mixed reviews with many celebrities stepping out to give their opinions.

Radio presenter Zoe Ball exclaimed: “My goodness me. The 59-second trailer has pictures and videos of them both that we have never seen before.

“One of Meghan crying. One of them dancing. Whatever you think I’m sure you will all be watching.

“The rumours are that it might be shown next Thursday (December 8) but there is no official release on that. But we will keep you updated.”

Breakfast with Stephen and Anne airs Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6am on GB News.

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