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Seeing a member of the Royal Family in Meghan and Harry's Netflix documentary is probably the last thing viewers expected. However, intimate shots of Princess Eugenie enjoying Prince Harry and Archie's company during her US visit shows that the Sussexes maintain some support from their royal relatives.
- Up until the final episode, images of the Royal Family in Meghan and Harry's Netflix documentary were solely stock footage and photos.
- In personal never-before-seen footage, Princess Eugenie spends quality time with her cousin and his son during her visit to the US.
- In other royal news, Kate Middleton decorates Christmas tree at Westminster wearing the coziest festive jumper.
Any inclusion of the Royal Family in Meghan and Harry's Netflix series has been of great interest to viewers, who've been glued to the docuseries since it premiered on the streaming platform.
Footage, taken on Prince Harry's phone, shows the fun-loving cousins in the back of a golf cart wearing face coverings as Harry laughs, "Eugenie's in town...where are we?"
Princess Eugenie, visibly excited shouts into the camera, "We're at the Superbowl!"
The cousins, who've always had a close relationship, made no secret of their time spent together in the US, and images of Prince Harry and Princess Eugenie's Super Bowl outing were seen across the globe. The photos of them at the NFL championship game on February 13, watching the Los Angeles Rams battle it out against the Cincinnati Bengals for the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy were a clear message of support from the Princess.
After the rather public display, surprisingly little was known about Eugenie's visit as she and the Sussexes remained quiet. However the video, as seen in the Netflix documentary, shows that they had an absolute hoot.
As well as the footage seen backstage at the Super Bowl, a sweet video of the Princess on a California beach chasing her cousin's son Archie further show the close bond that they share.
Prince Harry, who once again is behind the camera says, "You've gotta grab him Eugenie you've got to grab him!" while the toddler giggles and his dad laughs along noting "his trousers are falling down."
This is the second time in the series that Princess Eugenie featured, after it was revealed that she and her husband Jack Brooksbank spent time with Prince Harry and Meghan from the very beginning of their relationship. This included photos from a pretty raucous-looking Halloween party in which they all wore matching costumes.
In fact, they're so close that the Princess even rented the Sussexes' UK residence, Frogmore Cottage near Windsor Castle. This is handy, of course, for the couple, as Princess Eugenie's parents live nearby at Royal Lodge.
Speaking of the residents of the Lodge - one topic which remained untouched upon, by the usually outspoken Sussexes, in the documentary was allegations of sexual abuse against Prince Andrew.
Addressing the elephant in the room, one bemused viewer tweeted, "How strange then that Meghan and Harry haven’t mentioned Prince Andrew at all in their ‘documentary.’"
Aoife is Junior News Editor at woman&home.
She's an Irish journalist and writer with a background in creative writing, comedy, and TV production.
Formerly Aoife was a contributing writer at Bustle and her words can be found in the Metro, Huffpost, Delicious, Imperica, EVOKE and her poetry features in the Queer Life, Queer Love anthology.
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