Prince Harry and Meghan Markle today used their Netflix melodrama to wound Prince William and King Charles for refusing to bless the couple’s request for a ‘half in half out’ Megxit that would allow them to earn a fortune while doing royal duties and keeping all their titles.

The Duke of Sussex alleged his older brother, now heir to the throne, scared him in January 2020 while yelling at him in front of his father and grandmother when he tried to thrash out a deal to leave the UK.

Harry also accused Charles of telling untruths and Her Majesty of saying nothing at the now infamous ‘Sandringham Summit’ – before claiming the Palace did not seek his permission to put out a joint statement denying claims William ‘bullied’ them out of the Royal Family.

He said: ‘It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me and my father say things that just simply weren’t true. And my grandmother, you know, quietly sit there and take it all in’.

The Duke of Sussex claimed: ‘I went in with the same proposal that we’d already made publicly, but once I got there I was given five options – one being all in, no change, five being all out. I chose option three in the meeting – half in, half out. Have our own jobs but also work in support of the Queen. It became very clear very quickly that goal was not up for discussion or debate’.

Harry and Meghan said that the royals were upset they were ‘better’ at the job, accusing the palace of briefing against them

Meghan Markle hinted that the royals initially baulked at her because she was different to them and then became jealous of her popularity

Meghan Markle hinted that the royals initially baulked at her because she was different to them and then became jealous of her popularity 

Meghan said she asked Charles to walk her down the aisle after she told him she had lost a father

Meghan said she asked Charles to walk her down the aisle after she told him she had lost a father

Harry claims Meghan ‘burst into tears’ in Canada when he recounted the row over the phone afterwards before saying that without his permission, his name was added to a joint statement with William ‘squashing’ claims the now Prince of Wales was bullying Harry out of The Firm. 

The couple then said they were ‘blocked’ by royal figures from speaking to the Queen alone to discuss emigrating, with Harry claiming he was forced to write to his father to say that he and his wife were willing to relinquish their titles if the couple’s plan to move to Canada as working royals did not work out.

Meghan said: ‘I tried so hard and that’s the piece that’s so triggering, because you go ‘and it still wasn’t good enough… and you still don’t fit in’.

Harry then suggested that William had chosen the Royal Family’s future over his brother.

Harry said: ‘The saddest part of it was this wedge created between myself and my brother so that he’s now on the institution’s side. Part of that, I get. That’s his inheritance. So to some extent it’s already ingrained in him that part of his responsibility is the survivability and the continuation of this institution.’

Harry said going back for Philip’s funeral was ‘hard’ in 2021. 

He added: ‘Especially spending time having chats with my brother and father who were just very much focused on the same misinterpretation of the whole situation.

‘None of us really wanted to talk about it at my grandfather’s funeral, but we did. And I have had to make peace with the fact that I am probably never going to get genuine accountability or a genuine apology.

‘My wife and I were focused on what’s coming next.’

Today the Sussexes’ Netflix docu-series reached a crescendo today as they launched more salvoes at the Royal Family over Megxit and claims William, Kate and Charles were jealous of their popularity and hated them ‘stealing the limelight’.

The couple said they were ‘better’ at royal duties than others and that stuck in the craw of Harry’s family, who didn’t Meghan being treated like a ‘royal rock star’ after they married in 2018.

Today final three episodes of the docu-series will particularly infuriate and upset William, who was accused of leaving his younger brother ‘terrified’ after allegedly yelling at him in front of the Queen and Charles during final Megxit talks at Sandringham in 2020.

The Duke of Sussex also drew more comparisons between his wife and his mother, claiming Princess Diana was forced out for the same reason because she outshone those who were ‘born to do this’, like his father and brother. 

Episode 4 said that their first tour of Australia in October 2018, where Meghan’s pregnancy was revealed, went so well that ‘the palace were incredibly threatened by that’.

Harry said: ‘The issue is when someone who’s marrying in should be a supporting act is then stealing the limelight or is doing the job better than the person who was born to do this. That upsets people. It shifts the balance’.

Today it also emerged:

In the fifth episode of the Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan, the Duke of Sussex said it was ‘terrifying’ for his brother, now the Prince of Wales, to ‘scream and shout’ at him during a meeting on January 13 at Sandringham about plans for Harry and his wife, the Duchess of Sussex, to move abroad.

Meghan said she was not protected by the royals when she suffered mental health problems. The docu-series then cut to her mother Doria Ragland, who said: ‘I remember her telling me that she wanted to take her own life’. 

Meghan at her New York baby shower thrown by Serena Williams

Meghan at her New York baby shower thrown by Serena Williams

The new episodes are full of candid snaps, including when they were expecting their first child

Meghan and Harry said their tours were so successful that it became a problem for their royals

Meghan and Harry said their tours were so successful that it became a problem for their royals

Meghan was compared to a 'rock star' after she entered the family

Meghan was compared to a ‘rock star’ after she entered the family

Meghan said that the Royal Family refused to help her when she said she felt suicidal because it looked bad for them. 

The final three parts of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex‘s docuseries have gone live and take in their 2018 Windsor Castle wedding, the decision to quit royal duties and emigrate and their new life in their £11million Montecito mega-mansion.

Meghan then said the situation turned against them, blaming the media and his family. She said that on a walkabout in Liverpool one woman: ‘What you are doing to your father is not right’ – a nod to her estranged relationship with Thomas Markle. 

The Duke of Sussex spoke about the moment when ‘the penny dropped’ for Meghan in the fourth episode of their Netflix documentary series Harry & Meghan – and said the situation spiraled from there.

He said: ‘The first time that the penny dropped for her, M (Meghan) and I spent the night in a room at Buckingham Palace after an event where every member of the family, senior members of the family had been, including the Queen.

‘And on the front page of the Telegraph, Meghan. She was like ‘but it’s not my fault’ – and my mum felt the same way.’

They also claim there is a conspiracy against them between Buckingham Palace and the British press to ‘scapegoat’ them to ensure negative press about other royals would ‘go away’.

Meghan suggested that the royals had been revolted by her because she wasn’t like them, hinting that it was to do with her being mixed race.

In a bizarre and convoluted analogy, Meghan said one of the Queen’s aides compared her to a foreign organism. She said: ‘It is like a fish that is swimming perfectly. It is powerful, it is on the right current. Then one day this little organism comes in’.

But Meghan suggested the royal household immediately thought: ‘What is that? What is it doing here? It doesn’t look like us. It doesn’t move like us. We don’t like it. Get it off us’. 

Royal officials will be watching the denouement of the series with interest, but King Charles III and Prince William are not expected to comment personally unless the claims are so incendiary they require a rebuttal.

Episode 4 begins with preparations for the royal wedding in May 2018. 

She said: ‘Harry’s dad is very charming and I said to him like ‘I’ve lost my dad in this’, so him as my father-in-law was really important to me, so I asked him to walk me down the aisle and he said yes.’

Meghan later added: ‘H and I are really, really good at finding each other in the chaos.

‘When we find each other, reconnect, it’s like, ‘It’s you, it’s you’.

‘It’s not that the rest of it doesn’t matter, but the rest of it feels temporary’.

The final episode of Harry and Meghan's Netflix series opens with a gleeful video selfie in which the Duke of Sussex says: 'We are on the freedom flight'. Episode six of the bombshell series begins with the couple on their flight from Canada to Los Angeles in March 2020, after they split from the royal family

The final episode of Harry and Meghan’s Netflix series opens with a gleeful video selfie in which the Duke of Sussex says: ‘We are on the freedom flight’. Episode six of the bombshell series begins with the couple on their flight from Canada to Los Angeles in March 2020, after they split from the royal family

Another clip also shows Meghan with their son Archie on the private plane

Another clip also shows Meghan with their son Archie on the private plane

Meghan and Harry laughed about cutting their wedding cake with a sword

Meghan and Harry laughed about cutting their wedding cake with a sword

Meghan said she couldn't believe that Sir Elton John was performing at their wedding, and said her mother Doria rushed to be close to the stage

Meghan said she couldn't believe that Sir Elton John was performing at their wedding, and said her mother Doria rushed to be close to the stage

Meghan said she couldn’t believe that Sir Elton John was performing at their wedding, and said her mother Doria rushed to be close to the stage

The couple kiss in front of well-wishers at their wedding reception in 2018

The couple kiss in front of well-wishers at their wedding reception in 2018

Harry toasts his wife after they walked down the aisle

Harry toasts his wife after they walked down the aisle

Speaking about the Kingdom Choir gospel group which performed at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding, friend and tennis star Serena Williams said: ‘To have her culture represented at that wedding. Amazing, I loved it. I thought it was really courageous breaking boundaries but not trying to.’

The Duchess of Sussex then spoke of her first engagement with the Queen.

Meghan said: ‘I treated her as my husband’s grandma, and knowing that of course there has to be a completely different sense of propriety in public, when you’re sitting and having breakfast to just be able to talk.

‘When we got into the car in between engagements she had a blanket and she put it over my knees and we were sitting in this car with this blanket and I thought ‘I recognise and respect and see that you’re the Queen, but in this moment I’m so grateful that there is a grandmother figure because that feels like family’.

‘And because I was so so close with my grandmother,’ Meghan said, adding she had taken care of her grandmother ‘in her final years’.

The Duchess of Sussex added of her engagement with the Queen that it was ‘such a good day, we laughed’.

The Duchess of Sussex said she was being ‘fed to the wolves’ during the opening of episode 5 of the Harry & Meghan Netflix documentary.

Speaking about wanting her son Archie to have a big family in the way she had not, Meghan says: ‘I was just so excited that we were going to be able to create for him that thing that I had always wanted.

‘So I just did everything I could to make them proud and to really be a part of the family.’

‘And then the bubble burst,’ she says while the voices of news presenters can be heard saying: ‘Duchess difficult’ and ‘American’.

The Duke of Sussex then says: ‘It was already clear to the media that the Palace was not going to protect her. Once that happens then the flood gates open.’

Meghan then says: ‘I realised that I wasn’t just being thrown to the wolves, I was being fed to the wolves.’

Meghan’s privacy lawyer Jenny Afia has alleged she had seen evidence of briefing from the Palace against the couple to suit other people’s agenda.

The duchess herself says: ‘You would just see it play out, like a story about someone in the family would pop up for a minute and they’d go ‘We’ve got to make that go away’.’

Her friend Lucy Fraser, Meghan’s PR guru, added: ‘Meg became this scapegoat for the Palace. And so they would feed stories on her whether they were true or not to avoid other less favourable stories being printed.’

Ms Afia said: ‘There was a real kind of war against Meghan and I’ve certainly seen evidence that there was negative briefing from the Palace against Harry and Meghan to suit other people’s agendas.’

‘Wow! H just got a text from his brother’: Harry shared message from William with Meghan after Oprah interview

The final episode of Harry and Meghan’s Netflix series reveals the moment Prince Harry shared a text from his brother Prince William with his wife amid the fallout from their ‘truth bomb’ interview with Oprah Winfrey. 

In footage filmed in the days after the bombshell discussion with Winfrey in March last year, Harry is seen showing his wife his phone, before Meghan says: ‘Wow, H just got a text from his brother.’ 

Earlier in the episode, Harry accuses the Palace of ‘institutional gaslighting’.  

The episode had opens with a gleeful video selfie in which the Duke of Sussex says ‘We are on the freedom flight’ as they flew from Canada to Los Angeles in March 2020, after they split from the royal family. 

The final episode of Harry and Meghan’s Netflix series reveals the moment Prince Harry shared a text from his brother Prince William with his wife amid the fallout from their ‘truth bomb’ interview with Oprah Winfrey

In footage filmed in the days after the bombshell discussion with Winfrey in March last year, Harry is seen showing his wife his phone, before Meghan says: ‘Wow, H just got a text from his brother’

The three new episodes come after last week’s initial releases, which were largely focused on Harry and Meghan’s personal lives and their complaints about the media.

In the aftermath of the racism claims made in their interview with Oprah, Buckingham Palace released a statement on behalf of the Queen which said ‘some recollections may vary’ but insisted the couple remained much loved members of the family. 

Meghan is seen in the episode reading out the statement whilst on the phone to their friend Tyler Perry, before Harry shows her his phone as it displays a message from his brother. 

Meghan says: ‘What am I looking at? Wow. H just got a text from his brother.’ 

After Meghan ends the call with Perry, Harry puts his arms above his head and says: ‘I wish I knew what to do,’ before his wife comes and hugs him.  

The episode also footage from days before, when William was asked by reporters if he had spoken to his brother following the Oprah interview, and he said: ‘I haven’t spoken to him yet, but I will do.’ 

William also insisted: ‘We are very much not a racist family.’ 

Harry claims he told Charles couple ‘would be willing to give up their Sussex titles’ if Megxit ‘didn’t work out’

Prince Harry has claimed he and Meghan told King Charles they would give up their Royal titles if Megxit failed.

The fifth episode of the incendiary Netflix series – part of a £100million deal – featured their account of trying to leave the UK to live abroad. 

They claimed they had tried to move to New Zealand in 2018 and then South Africa.

Harry said that by the time he spoke to Charles from Canada in Christmas 2019, the family knew they wanted to leave.

He adds: ‘My father said ‘Can you put it in writing?’ I said I would rather not because what had happened last time. He said he couldn’t do anything unless it was put in writing. I put it in emails.’

Over footage of Meghan sighing, Harry said he sent messages on January 1,2 and 3.

The Duke adds: ‘In one of those I said that if it didn’t work out we would be willing to relinquish our Sussex titles if need be. That was the plan.’

Prince Harry has revealed he and Meghan tried to move to New Zealand in 2018 in the show

Prince Harry has revealed he and Meghan tried to move to New Zealand in 2018 in the show

The documentary claims the Royal couple had repeatedly tried to move abroad since 2018

The documentary claims the Royal couple had repeatedly tried to move abroad since 2018

The couple spoke at length about their efforts to move abroad.

Harry then adds: ‘We thought it would be good to give ourselves some breathing space, but we were also really passionate about continuing our work throughout the Commonwealth supporting the Queen

Meghan then interrupts: ‘What I think is also important is that the pack of the royal rota is based there in London. If we are not there they can’t cover what we are doing.

‘You guys can be on the front pages of all the papers, exactly how you want it, and we can just go about doing the work, in the name of the Queen.’

 Harry continues: ‘If you want us to go and do things on behalf of the Queen we will go and do it and we’ll pay for it ourselves. We don’t want to be dependent on any taxpayer funding.

‘Guess what, you get us and you get us for free. And this was years in the making.

‘In 2018 we had already talked about moving to New Zealand. That never transpired.

Harry said he and Meghan had said they would give up their Royal titles if their plans failed

Harry said he and Meghan had said they would give up their Royal titles if their plans failed

Home footage of the pair showed Harry jumping into the waters in Vancouver over Christmas

Home footage of the pair showed Harry jumping into the waters in Vancouver over Christmas

‘At the beginning of 2019 we discussed the whole concept of us moving to South Africa, supporting charities organisations.’

Harry reveals the Royals had agreed this could happen.

He told the documentary: ‘The palace signed off on us moving to South Africa. My father’s office knew about, my brother’s office new about it and my grandmother’s office knew about it.

‘No-one else knew it was very much an internal document. Then it was leaked to the Times newspaper. And then that whole plan was all scrapped because it now becomes a public debate.’

Meghan Markle ‘breaks down in tears’ when in her Canadian home 

Meghan appeared to break down in tears when in her Canadian home with Prince Harry in an intimate picture shared in the couple’s explosive Netflix documentary.

The Duchess of Sussex, 41, is photographed seemingly overwhelmed, surrounded by clothes and a suitcase, while thought to be in the house her family called home during her stay in Vancouver Island, Canada, in 2020.

‘So this was like a week before COVID, and we’d be stuck at this house, where everyone in the world knew where we were. Unprotected, no security,’ Harry is heard saying before the image of his wife is shown.

The final episode, released today, then shows actor, comedian and producer, Tyler Perry, who helped the couple as they left their lives in the UK. 

Meghan Markle appeared to break down in tears when in her Canadian home with Prince Harry in an intimate picture shared in the couple's explosive Netflix documentary

Meghan Markle appeared to break down in tears when in her Canadian home with Prince Harry in an intimate picture shared in the couple’s explosive Netflix documentary

Among Harry and Meghan's friends appearing in the documentary is comedian and producer, Tyler Perry, who helped the couple as they left their lives in the UK, and royal duties, behind

Among Harry and Meghan’s friends appearing in the documentary is comedian and producer, Tyler Perry, who helped the couple as they left their lives in the UK, and royal duties, behind

He says: ‘They just wanted to be free. They wanted to be free to love and be happy. They didn’t… They did not have a plan. Everyone’s like, ‘Oh, there’s this…’ There was no plan.’

Doria Ragland cries over Meghan’s suicidal thoughts

The mother of Meghan Markle broke down in tears as she said she felt she ‘couldn’t protect her’ when the Duchess of Sussex experienced suicidal thoughts. 

Doria Ragland, who lives close to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in California, wiped up tears as she said it had been hard for her to tear that her daughter was suffering from low mental health while she lived in the UK. 

She made the heartfelt revelations in the fourth episode of the couple’s explosive Netflix docuseries, which was released today. 

Doria Ragland, who lives close to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in California, wiped up tears as she said it had been hard for her to tear that her daughter was suffering from low mental health while she lived in the UK

Doria Ragland, who lives close to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in California, wiped up tears as she said it had been hard for her to tear that her daughter was suffering from low mental health while she lived in the UK

Doria said: ‘That she would actually think of not wanting to be here, that… that;’s not an easy one for a mum to hear.. You know,’ Doria said, fighting tears. 

‘And I can’t protect her. H can’t protect her, she’s.. sniffing,’ she added. 

Speaking in a later episode, Doria also revealed she knew ‘the stress they were under. It felt like they were running.’ 

Meghan Markle breaks down in tears as she has guided meditation session with Prince Harry

Meghan Markle broke down in tears as she had a guided meditation session with Prince Harry in the couple’s new bombshell Netflix documentary.

The clip, which appears to have been filmed shortly after the Duke and Duchess quit the Royal Family in January 2020, opens with the couple sitting in a unknown friend’s New York apartment.

The voice of Prince Harry and Meghan’s guided meditation instructor is heard telling the couple to inhale and exhale as they sat on a sofa with their palms facing up at the ceiling.

She tells the couple: ‘Remember that what is transpiring in the media, what’s being created is an illusion.

Duchess of Sussex had tears streaming down her face during the guided meditation session

Duchess of Sussex had tears streaming down her face during the guided meditation session

Meghan places a hand on Harry's thigh while her husband has his palms facing the ceiling

Meghan places a hand on Harry’s thigh while her husband has his palms facing the ceiling

Meghan is visibly emotional as the instructor reminds them that they 'both know who they are'

Meghan is visibly emotional as the instructor reminds them that they ‘both know who they are’

‘When you try to prove that you’re good and that you’re not the person they say you are, you’re taking the bait, you’re feeding the beast. It is an illusion.  

‘Your work is not to prove your goodness. You know who you are, both of you.’

As their instructor speaks, Meghan is seen lovingly placing a hand on Prince Harry’s thigh.

After being told that their session has come to an end, the camera jumps back to Meghan – who has tears streaming down her face.

The mother-of-two then wipes away the tears as her visibly emotional husband leans his head back on the sofa. 

Harry is then heard saying: ‘As sad as it is, in order for change to happen, sometimes a lot of pain has to come to the surface.

‘And in order for us to be able to move to the next chapter, you’ve got to finish the first chapter.’

Archie’s baby diaries! Unseen pictures in Harry and Meghan’s Netlfix show reveal their son’s early days – and he took his first steps at Tyler Perry’s house

Sweet unseen home videos of Meghan reading the Gruffalo to Archie and doting on him and Lilibet have emerged in the new instalment of the Sussexes’ documentary.

New pictures document the little boy growing up from a tiny baby in his parent’s arms to the cheeky three-year old he is today.

Prince Harry and Meghan’s first child, born in May 2019, took his first steps at their friend Tyler Perry’s home in California shortly after they moved to the US.

It is just one of many precious moments revealed in the final episodes of the couple’s bombshell Netflix docuseries, out today.

In a beautiful never-before-seen still, Archie is pictured as a baby being bathed by his adoring parents

In a beautiful never-before-seen still, Archie is pictured as a baby being bathed by his adoring parents

In another emotional shot, Meghan cradles him as a tiny baby as she sits on a window sill, pressing her forehead against her son's

In another emotional shot, Meghan cradles him as a tiny baby as she sits on a window sill, pressing her forehead against her son’s

In a beautiful never-before-seen still, Archie is pictured as a baby being bathed by his adoring parents.

In another emotional shot, Meghan cradles him as a tiny baby as she sits on a window sill, pressing her forehead against her son’s. 

One adorable film shows a tender mother-son moment, with Meghan reading the beloved children’s book by Julia Donaldson aloud in an animated voice.

‘It’s wonderfully good of you snake, but no. I am having a feast with a…’ ‘Gruffalo!’ Archie responds.

More footage shows the toddler playing a toy drum and asking his mum ‘was that a good song?’

‘That was such a good song. It was awesome,’ the proud mum tells him. 

Shortly after, an adorable picture shows Meghan carrying Archie and baby Lilibet, who has seldom been pictured compared to her older brother.

The young family can also be seen in a short clip celebrating Lilibet’s first birthday, with cheeky Archie clambering onto the table to help his little sister blow out the candles on a huge cake.

Garden party: Meghan and Harry celebrating their daughter Lilibet's first birthday in June

Garden party: Meghan and Harry celebrating their daughter Lilibet’s first birthday in June

The young family can be seen in a short clip celebrating Lillibet's birthday, with cheeky Archie clambering onto the table to help his little sister blow out the candles on a huge cake

The young family can be seen in a short clip celebrating Lillibet’s birthday, with cheeky Archie clambering onto the table to help his little sister blow out the candles on a huge cake

More video in the fifth episode of the docuseries shows Meghan playing with Archie during their holiday in Vancouver in 2019, shortly before the Duke and Duchess left their royal duties behind.

In the final episode of the series, Harry reveals that California feels like ‘home’ for his kids, pointing out that Archie only spent the first five months of his life in the UK.

‘Just seeing Archie running across the lawn and this big smile… this is the world he knows.

‘This is home to him. This is home to Lilli.’ 

In the final episode of the series, Harry reveals that California feels like 'home' for his kids, pointing out that Archie only spent the first five months of his life in the UK

In the final episode of the series, Harry reveals that California feels like ‘home’ for his kids, pointing out that Archie only spent the first five months of his life in the UK

A sweet video in the fifth episode of the docuseries shows Meghan playing with Archie during their holiday in Vancouver in 2019

A sweet video in the fifth episode of the docuseries shows Meghan playing with Archie during their holiday in Vancouver in 2019

Archie looks gleeful as Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, pushes her grandson around in a plastic toy car

Archie looks gleeful as Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, pushes her grandson around in a plastic toy car

Episode five opens with Archie running around a maze as his father runs behind him, before the tot takes a little tumble and is scooped up by his mother

Episode five opens with Archie running around a maze as his father runs behind him, before the tot takes a little tumble and is scooped up by his mother

More adorable footage out today shows Archie’s birthday party with his mum, dad and grandmother – which viewers caught a glimpse of in the first three instalments of the documentary.

In another clip Archie looks gleeful as Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, pushes her grandson around in a plastic toy car.

Episode five opens with Archie running around a maze as his father runs behind him.

Doting father: Prince Harry can be seen feeding baby Archie in one of the many unseen moments revealed in the final episodes of the docuseries today

Doting father: Prince Harry can be seen feeding baby Archie in one of the many unseen moments revealed in the final episodes of the docuseries today

The family appear to be playing hide and seek, with Meghan shouting ‘where are you!’ in the distance and his dad warning: ‘dead end! this way, go this way!’

Archie then takes a tumble with Harry gasping ‘he’s down’ before he is scooped up and dusted off by his mother.

 In another of the many unseen moments revealed in the final episodes of the docuseries today, Prince Harry can be seen feeding baby Archie, who looks up at his father from a baby rocker.

Lorren Khumalo, who is Meghan and Harry's former nanny, asked the couple is she could wrap Archie in a mud cloth like they do in Zimbabwe, the Duchess enthusiastically agreed

Lorren Khumalo, who is Meghan and Harry’s former nanny, asked the couple is she could wrap Archie in a mud cloth like they do in Zimbabwe, the Duchess enthusiastically agreed  

Another very sweet picture of baby Archie shows him with his nanny, Lorren Khumalo, wrapped in a yellow and brown cloth which is traditional in Zimbabwe.

Before the photo pops up, Meghan says: ‘[Lorren] said is it OK if I tie him on my back with a mudcloth? Like we do in Zimbabwe? I said, “Yes let’s do that”. 

Lorren also speaks in the documentary about looking after Archie at Frogmore and her excitement at getting asked to be his nanny. 

In episode six, Princess Eugenie visits her cousin Harry in the US, joining him and Archie on a beach for some bonding time.

Eugenie chases Archie around the sand as the little boy runs into the sea, with Harry laughing as a small wave comes towards the pair ‘you’ve got to grab him Eugenie… no!’

In episode six, Princess Eugenie visits her cousin Harry in the US, joining him and Archie on a beach for some bonding time

In episode six, Princess Eugenie visits her cousin Harry in the US, joining him and Archie on a beach for some bonding time

Archie is filmed chasing seagulls around the beach during a trip there with his father's cousin, Princess Eugenie

Archie is filmed chasing seagulls around the beach during a trip there with his father’s cousin, Princess Eugenie

As little boys do, Archie then starts to chase seagulls around the beach, pulling up his soggy trousers as he watches the birds fly off.

More clips show the young royal again showing off his musical talent, smiling as he plays a tiny piano.

The behind the scenes insights into the family’s life have delighted royal fans. 

More clips show the young royal showing off his musical talent, smiling as he plays a tiny piano

More clips show the young royal showing off his musical talent, smiling as he plays a tiny piano

Clips of Meghan and her children come in a segment of the show in which she and Harry discuss her safety after incessant trolling online.

Meghan said the threats made her concerned for her own safety and that of her children.

The first three episodes of Harry & Meghan – part of the Sussexes’ multi-million-dollar deal with Netflix – were streamed last week, with the final three hour-long episodes streaming from today.

Smiles from Archie! Adorable footage shows the youngster playing at home with his parents

Smiles from Archie! Adorable footage shows the youngster playing at home with his parents 

The Sussexes’ six-part show – which forms part of their multimillion-pound deal with Netflix – has become the streaming giant’s most-watched documentary in a premier week, debuting with 81.55 million hours viewed. 

The initial tranche covered the couple’s courtship and romance, but many were left deeply unhappy about the programme’s full-on assault on the late Queen’s Commonwealth legacy, with some saying it seemed as if the couple want to ‘bring down the monarchy’.

Harry also let rip with a string of sly digs at his family, particularly his father and brother, including the suggestion that they had married not for love but to a woman who fitted ‘the mould’.

Adorable footage shows Archie's birthday party - which viewers first caught a glimpse of in the first three instalments of the documentary series

Adorable footage shows Archie’s birthday party – which viewers first caught a glimpse of in the first three instalments of the documentary series

Happy tot: Archie laughs as his adoring mum lifts him up in the air. The behind the scenes insights into the family's life have delighted royal fans

Happy tot: Archie laughs as his adoring mum lifts him up in the air. The behind the scenes insights into the family’s life have delighted royal fans

The duke also said members of his family questioned why Meghan needed more protection from the media than their wives had been given, but that they failed to grasp the ‘race element’. 

The claims made in the trailer yesterday were quickly declared by royal experts as ‘nonsense’, while one commentator said the series was clearly a ‘form of revenge’. 

In one clip, Meghan’s British privacy lawyer Jenny Afia insisted she had seen evidence of the conspiracy against the Duchess before Lucy Fraser – real name Lucy Meadmore – a former PR manager who was a mystery figure until a week ago, says ‘Meg became this scapegoat for the Palace’. 

In the final episode, a little Archie could be seen playing around with his father Prince Harry

In the final episode, a little Archie could be seen playing around with his father Prince Harry

Elsewhere, the little one could also be seen placing oranges in a basket while playing outside

Elsewhere, the little one could also be seen placing oranges in a basket while playing outside

Elsewhere, the little one could also be seen placing oranges in a basket while playing outside

Grandmother Doria plays a game outside with her son-in-law Harry and her grandson Archie

Grandmother Doria plays a game outside with her son-in-law Harry and her grandson Archie

The Duchess herself also suggested she was made a scapegoat, adding: ‘You would see it play out. A story about someone in the family would pop up for a minute, and they’d go: ‘We’ve got to make that go away’.’ 

Life at Nottingham Cottage: Meghan dances in the doorway at Kensington Palace love nest

Meghan and Harry cut homely figures as they lift the lid on domestic life at their UK home, in the latest instalment of their Netflix show. 

Footage of Meghan playfully dancing in the doorway of the couple’s farmhouse style love nest was shown in episode four of the docuseries.

Prince Harry watches his wife from afar and gushes: ‘Oh My god. It’s my favourite video, Thursday afternoon, someone’s happy.’ 

Footage of Meghan Markle playfully dancing in the doorway of Nottingham Cottage was shown in episode four of the docuseries

Footage of Meghan Markle playfully dancing in the doorway of the couple’s love nest was shown in episode four of the docuseries

Harry eats chicken outside the cottage as Meghan's dog Guy begs for at treat

Harry eats chicken outside the cottage as Meghan’s dog Guy begs for at treat 

Meghan takes a selfie while Harry gets on with some outdoor varnishing in the background

Meghan takes a selfie while Harrygets on with some outdoor varnishing in the background

The pair go on to talk about their time in Nottingham Cottage, which is part of Kensington Palace.

Despite being at the heart of a royal estate the cottage has a countryside feel to it, with cobbled walkways and shrubs sprouting in the borders. A lemon tree can be seen near one of the doorways as Meghan – wearing a Barbour gilet, casual leggings and walking boots – throws some shapes for her husband. 

Describing their home, Meghan said: ‘People thought we lived in a palace and we did, well a cottage in a palace.’ 

Harry said: ‘It had really low ceilings I don’t know who was there before, must have been short.’ 

Meghan laughed, revealing Harry would ‘hit his head constantly because he is so tall’. 

Clips of Harry and Meghan doing DIY, Harry varnishing a summer house and Meghan using a hoe in the garden were shown. 

The Duchess of Susses said: ‘It was a time in our lives that people probably couldn’t believe what was going on behind the scenes.’ 

The couple paint a homely picture of themselves at Nottingham Cottage, showing Harry eating chicken with his hands and cuddling up with Meghan’s dog Guy. 

Oprah Winfrey was among the guests that came to visit the Sussexes at Nottingham Cottage.  

Harry and dog guy share a cuddle on the sofa, staying true to his roots, a union jack placemat can be seen on the table with a candle on top

Harry and dog guy share a cuddle on the sofa, staying true to his roots, a union jack placemat can be seen on the table with a candle on top 

Date night! Meghan shows off a burgundy midi dress with a lace peephole detail at the top and a pleated skirt, she opts for lace-up black shoes and a small black clutch to finish the look

Date night! Meghan shows off a burgundy midi dress with a lace peephole detail at the top and a pleated skirt, she opts for lace-up black shoes and a small black clutch to finish the look

 Harry shared that the TV mogul said upon entering their home: ‘She said, “No one would ever believe it!”‘

Meghan repeats the phrase and laughs. 

Alongside pictures of the royal couple doing gardening, there are snaps of Meghan dressed in a burgundy swing dress for date night, and the Duke of Sussex in his military dress uniform joking around with his wife. 

The couple's other dog Pula, a black Labrador, watches the rainfall at Nottingham Cottage in Kensington Palace

The couple’s other dog Pula, a black Labrador, watches the rainfall at Nottingham Cottage in Kensington Palace

The décor at Nottingham Cottage fits with the countryside essence of the Kensington based home, with shaggy cushions, throws and cream furnishings. Black picture frames can be seen on the walls, providing contrast with the light fabrics of the furniture.    

The first three episodes of Harry & Meghan – part of the Sussexes’ multi-million-dollar deal with Netflix – were streamed last week, with the final three hour-long episodes streaming from today.

The Sussexes’ six-part show – which forms part of their multimillion-pound deal with Netflix – has become the streaming giant’s most-watched documentary in a premier week, debuting with 81.55 million hours viewed. 

The Duchess of Sussex shows off her gardening skills as she brandishes a hoe, wearing a casual button down shirt and a straw hat

The Duchess of Sussex shows off her gardening skills as she brandishes a hoe, wearing a casual button down shirt and a straw hat

Harry clowns around in his dress uniform at Nottingham Cottage, his suits and shoes can be seen in the background of the dressing room

Harry clowns around in his dress uniform at Nottingham Cottage, his suits and shoes can be seen in the background of the dressing room 

The initial tranche covered the couple’s courtship and romance, but many were left deeply unhappy about the programme’s full-on assault on the late Queen’s Commonwealth legacy, with some saying it seemed as if the couple want to ‘bring down the monarchy’.

 

Inside Meghan’s baby shower! Duchess poses with BFFs including Serena Williams in lavish New York hotel

Meghan Markle has opened up how her friends ‘surprised’ her with a ‘beautiful’ baby shower in New York when she was expecting her son Archie in her new Netflix docu-series.

The Duchess of Sussex, 41,   celebrated the impending birth of her firstborn son with Prince Harry, by flying to the Big Apple by private jet in 2019, provoking outcry with the five-day baby shower celebration. Around 20 friends attended, including Serena Williams.

In the fourth episode of the docu-series, which was released today, the royal mother shared a number of pictures from the event, which took place in one of the most expensive suits at The Mark Hotel in Manhatten.

In the snaps, she can be seen beaming with friends in a suite, while in another they could be seen arranging flowers. 

Meghan Markle has opened up how her friends 'surprised' her with a 'beautiful' baby shower in New York when she was expecting her son Archie in her new Netflix docu-series (pictured, Meghan posing for a photograph with friends including Abigail Spencer, Daniel Martin, Misha Nonoo, Serena Williams and Lindsay Roth)

Meghan Markle has opened up how her friends ‘surprised’ her with a ‘beautiful’ baby shower in New York when she was expecting her son Archie in her new Netflix docu-series (pictured, Meghan posing for a photograph with friends including Abigail Spencer, Daniel Martin, Misha Nonoo, Serena Williams and Lindsay Roth)

Meghan said: ‘My friends surprised me with a really beautiful baby shower in New York. 

‘They were like, ‘We’re going to shower her with love, and shower her baby, and she’s going to survive this and we’re going to get through it with her.’

Meanwhile Meghan’s friend Silver Tree said: ‘It’s like this really magical time of us just celebrating her.’

Serena said: ‘It was just so cool and so fun to try to have an intimate moment. I don’t think I understood there was no intimate moment one could have.’

In the snaps, she can be seen beaming with friends in a suite, while in another they could be seen arranging flowers

In the snaps, she can be seen beaming with friends in a suite, while in another they could be seen arranging flowers 

Meanwhile in another photograph, the group can be seen taking part in a flower arranging class at the hotel

Meanwhile in another photograph, the group can be seen taking part in a flower arranging class at the hotel 

Another snap from the event shows the group of friends all reaching out to Meghan's blossoming baby bump

Another snap from the event shows the group of friends all reaching out to Meghan’s blossoming baby bump 

Guests attending the event included Meghan’s makeup artist Daniel Martin, her former Suits co-star Abigail Spencer and her former BFF Jessica Mulroney. 

Meanwhile Misha Nonoo, Serena Williams and Meghan’s close friend Lindsay Roth can also be seen posing in snaps from the 2019 event.  

The cost of Meghan’s New York baby shower 

Private jet from the UK to New York, round trip – $250,000  

The Mark Hotel Grand Penthouse Suite – $150,000 

Five nights in a one-bedroom suite at The Mark Hotel – $9,982.05 

Dinner for five at The Polo Bar – approx. $420 

Lunch at Cafe Bolud – approx. $78

Afternoon tea for two at Laduree – approx. $45 

Two Royal Protection officers – $14,213 

Harp player Erin Hill – $625 

17 Away carry-on suitcases – $3,825 

Gifts: Babyletto Hudson 3-in-1 Convertible Crib – $379 

10ft mandarin tree – approx. $140  

Lady Fleur NYC roses – approx. $399.95  

Trek bicycle – approx. $609.99 

Carnival King cotton candy machine – $199.99 

JZ Events – $50,000 

Lewis Miller – $20,000   

In February 2019, Meghan and her closest friends partied at The Mark hotel in Manhattan, in one of the world’s most expensive suites. 

Markle and Spencer grabbed lunch together before being joined by the rest of the group for dinner at The Polo Bar, the swank New York eatery owned by designer Ralph Lauren.

Then, on the day of, she welcomed even newer friends to her party at The Mark, including human rights lawyer Amal Clooney and King, who scored an invitation despite being kept off the guest list at Markle’s wedding.

Her mother’s absence also meant that Markle had not one family member at the party, including new sister-in-law Kate Middleton, though baby showers have never been a British tradition.

The shower was hosted by Serena Williams, Jessica Mulroney and Genevieve Hillis, who has been Markle’s best friend since the age of 17 when they met at Northwestern.

‘It was a small, private affair, and a special time for her,’ CBS presenter, Gayle King previously told.

‘Having a baby is a great thing.’ 

The Duchess’ close pals were also treated to stork-shaped cake pops and miniature slices of carrot cake, as well as multiple cupcakes iced in pink and green frosting.

The crowing glory was a two tiered cake which featured a miniature paper cut out of Harry and Meghan stood next to a pram – believed to be the work of event designer Darcy Miller, who has been credited with putting together the lavish dessert buffet at the event. 

Guests at Meghan Markle’s lavish baby shower in New York City left the intimate gathering with high-end gift bags filled with luxe leather tote bags filled with the royal’s favorite products. 

High-profile guests were seen leaving the Mark Hotel’s incredible Grand Penthouse Suite, which costs a staggering $75,000 per night. 

According to People, guests were gifted Cuyana leather totes that were filled to the brim with products, much like Oscars swag bags. 

The totes, which retail for $175-$195 depending on style, included $67 Jo Malone Green Tomato Leaf scented candles, $65 Tatcha Rice Enzyme Powder, and $81 Susanne Kaufmann Body Butter.

They also reportedly featured products from Rodin and Jessica Alba’s company Honest Beauty. 

Serena Williams was among the guests who attended the event in February 2019 (pictured)

Serena Williams was among the guests who attended the event in February 2019 (pictured) 

Brands often send celebrities free gifts in the hopes of getting press, and with Meghan’s shower making headlines around the world, it’s likely that companies were more than willing to offer up products for the guests’ gift bags. 

On the day of Meghan’s shower, about 17 Away suitcases were delivered to The Mark Hotel, each of which cost $225. 



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