Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s media attack enrages the internet: ‘I thought they just wanted their privacy?’

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been slammed as hypocritical over their recent media campaign promoting a Netflix documentary and his new memoir, with critics questioning the former couple’s frustration with media attention as they return to the public spotlight.

On Sunday, two interviews with Prince Harry will air on the airwaves for the promotion issuing his memoirs, “Reserve”, which will hit bookstores on January 10th. ITV and CBS News in the UK have shared parts of their meetings with the Duke of Sussex, as the 38-year-old continues to air his grievances against the monarchy.

His book follows the release The couple’s documentary on Netflix, which detailed the couple’s relationship and the experiences that led to their decision to make a fresh start in the United States in 2020, the father-of-two and his wife, Markle, announced that they would step down as senior members of the British royal family. In 2021, they spoke about their decision to leave in a very televised interview with Oprah Winfrey, where they complained about intrusive media coverage.

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But with the couple back in the spotlight, critics are wondering if it was just about the privacy they sought, or if it was all part of a deliberate strategy to control their press coverage all along.

Former aide to Margaret Thatcher, Neil Gardiner, wrote on Twitter: “Prince Harry has destroyed himself, his reputation and any remaining goodwill that existed before his book was published.” “He has become a pariah of the British people and will likely end up in exile with the massively devastated Meghan Markle in their California mansion.”

Harry and Meghan married in 2019 and moved to California a year later in 2020.

Harry and Meghan married in 2019 and moved to California a year later in 2020.
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Hollywood talent manager Steve Grossman agreed, “PRINCE HARRY: WE WANT PRIVACY!!! ALSO PRINCE HARRY: Please watch my Netflix documentary, media interviews, and buy my new memoir.”

The Scotsman’s deputy political editor Conor Matchett replied: “Netflix series, reveal-it-all memoirs, TV interviews?

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“I thought they just wanted their privacy…all the evidence is to the contrary,” noted former sportscaster Michele Tafoya.

Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker mocked Harry’s return to the spotlight in a tweet referring to the current chaos around the House Speaker.

He joked, “Out of respect for the privacy of his family, Prince Harry announced that he is a candidate for the position of Speaker of the House of Representatives.”

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In the Netflix documentary, Harry was scathing about how the royal press team worked and talked about how his relationship with his older brother Prince William, as well as the rest of the royal family, fell apart. Markle described wanting to end her life as she struggled to deal with toxic press coverage in the UK.

Princes Harry and William, dressed in military uniform, attend a vigil for Queen Elizabeth II.

Princes Harry and William, dressed in military uniform, attend a vigil for Queen Elizabeth II.
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His memoir is said to take things a step further, revealing, among other things, details of a private battle with his older brother Prince William over which Meghan Markle was allegedly “difficult”, “rude” and “abrasive”.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s global press secretary responded to critics who accused the couple of hypocrisy in a statement, Denounce the “false narrative” About the reasons for moving away.

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People Magazine said: “The Duke and Duchess have never cited privacy as a reason for holding back.” “They choose to share their story, on their own terms, and yet the popular media has created a completely incorrect narrative that permeates press coverage and public opinion. The facts are right in front of them.”

Fox News’ Ashley Hume contributed to this report.

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