Harry and Meghan star in trailer for Netflix documentary
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Carol McGiffin, 62, has revealed she can no longer defend the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after the first trailer for their Netflix documentary caused a stir amongst royal family fans last week. The Loose Women presenter admitted that although she has previously “always given [Meghan and Harry] the benefit of the doubt”, she is beginning to “run out of patience” for the couple.
Hitting out at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on Twitter, Carol wrote in view of her 465,000 followers: “I always gave Meg and H the benefit of the doubt but now I’ve run out of patience.
“They are not nice people,” the ITV star concluded.
Fans took to the comments section of Carol’s tweet to share their thoughts on her statement.
Claire C agreed: “Carol many of us thought great things could happen by taking the monarchy forward, but it appears they didnt want to be visiting the sick on a wet monday in the uk.
“They went to the states to get away from everything yet they are barely out of the spotlight.”
Catherine Procter added: “How long since they left the rf and they have not stopped whinging,can’t understand why they are so unhappy.”
However, Annie C defended Meghan and Harry, responding to Carol: “Don’t worry. Millions of other people think they are nice, decent people.”
KazzaB33 added: “They seem perfectly nice, happy and in love. What is your problem with them? You make a living on TV, why can’t they?”
It comes after the couple left fans divided after releasing a teaser clip of their upcoming Netflix docuseries.
The trailer shows clips of Meghan crying and Harry insisting he needed to “do everything he could to protect his family”.
It also features a black and white snap of the former Suits actress breaking down in tears in the back of the car, while Harry tells the camera: “No-one sees what is happening behind closed doors.”
“When the stakes were this high, doesn’t it make more sense to hear our story from us?” Meghan adds.
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Some critics have been questioning the Sussexes’ decision to give viewers an insight into their private lives, after quitting their senior royal roles in the UK due to wanting more privacy.
The duo, who are now living in a mansion in the US with their two children Archie and Lilbet, previously revealed the Netflix documentary will share details about their relationship.
Meghan had teased fans can expect to see “the piece of my life I haven’t been able to share, that people haven’t been able to see – our love story”.
Alongside Carol, TalkTV host Piers Morgan has shared his disapproval of the documentary after watching the trailer.
The former Good Morning Britain host also accused Harry of timing the release of the teaser clip to clash with his brother Prince William and wife Kate Middleton’s arrival in America for The Earthshot Prize Awards.
In a tweet, Piers fumed: “Imagine bleating about privacy then doing a kiss-and-tell reality series about your private lives?
“Then imagine preaching compassion as you trash your family again?
“Then imagine releasing 1st trailer deliberately to ruin your brother’s big trip to America? Repulsive hypocrites.”
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