The news that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s brand-new trailer for their Netflix docuseries had just been released caught up with Prince William and Princess Kate.
The royal couple is currently on a three-day visit to Boston, and HELLO!’s royal editor, Emily Nash, is reporting live from there. She said the couple will have “concerns” about what will be included in the new series.
She asserted: “I believe that the Prince Princess of Wales’ team is united in its desire to maintain the spotlight on Earthshot. They’ve been preparing for this for the past 18 months, and that’s the main reason they’re here.
“As a result, they’re going to be extremely disappointed that the spotlight is currently shifting elsewhere, and I’m sure there will be worries about what’s to come in this documentary.
“However, I anticipate things to continue as usual. They will simply get on with it, put their heads down, and fulfill the obligations they have made for today. I wouldn’t anticipate hearing any feedback.
It’s very challenging. Since they are senior members of the royal family, they are renowned for declining to comment on news stories.
The recent allegations of racism against Prince William’s godmother, Lady Susan Hussey, were also brought up by Emily. She said, “This is a very difficult one obviously the racism incident at Buckingham Palace is hugely sensitive and one that they have actually come out quite strongly about at Kensington Palace.
“I find it interesting that the Prince’s spokesman said it was totally unacceptable and that racism had no place in the institution. They have taken a fairly firm stance on it, in my opinion, and this indicates their desire to modernize the monarchy and address two allegations of that gravity in a way that they may not have in the past.
It’s intriguing that the Prince of Wales and the King both quickly took a strong stance on this. They will be incredibly disappointed by what has transpired. They rightfully denounced the incident and spoke out against it, in my opinion.