King Charles and Camilla 'weary' of Prince Harry and Meghan's bombshell documentary as release date nears

King Charles and Camilla are 'weary' of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as the release date for their Netflix docuseries nears

King Charles and Camilla are 'weary' of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as the release date for their Netflix docuseries nears
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King Charles and Camilla are reportedly growing 'weary' of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry as the pair are set to release their highly anticipated Netflix docuseries.


Prince Harry and Meghan's Netflix series, Harry & Meghan, is set to be released in just a few days and royal insiders have revealed the ripples that this docuseries has caused in the royal households. 

A royal source told Daily Mail (opens in new tab) that King Charles and Queen consort Camilla are 'not worried but wearied' by the royal couple. The source repeated, 'It is very wearying,' and emphasized the toll this has taken on the monarch and his wife.

The source added that the Royal Family has repeatedly reached out to the couple and made 'magnanimous and very deliberate gestures' to include them as much as possible during the Queen's funeral. The source added that they even asked the Duke of Sussex if he wanted to wear his military uniform during an important vigil during the funeral ceremonies, as an example of the Royal Family extended courtesies and privileges to the couple.

The source added that while the King and Queen have had a 'weary' reaction to this news, the Prince and Princess of Wales are far more relaxed. The source claimed that Catherine and William are 'sanguine' and unbothered by the release of their trailer clashing with this Boston tour.

The source added that the Sussexes trailer release was a major faux pas and should not have clashed with the highly publicized US trip. "Typically, if a member of the Royal Family has a high-profile foreign trip then no one else back home would seek to disrupt the message of that trip," the insider added.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry depart after visiting Nechells Wellbeing Centre on March 8, 2018 in Birmingham, England.

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In the trailer, Meghan asks, “When the stakes are this high, doesn’t it make more sense to hear our story from us?” It seems that this documentary series is set to rock the Royal Family and will ignite a number of questions about racism and how the Royal Family deals with these issues. 

This isn't the only upcoming disruption that is set to cause waves for the Royal Family. Prince Harry is set to release an, "accurate and wholly truthful," royal memoir that details his personal experience growing up in the Royal Family and why he stepped down as a senior royal. The book is rumored to be released in the new year, which means this Christmas may be a tense time for the royals as the anticipation of this upcoming fallout grows.

Laura Harman

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