MANY viewers have already had their say on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s explosive upcoming Netflix docuseries.
The trailer for the controversial six-part series dropped today – sending royal fans into a spin.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have released an explosive trailer for their new docuseries
The couple are giving fans a glimpse into their ‘love story’
Meghan is seen looking distraught in one behind-the-scenes clip
The 59-second teaser was posted to Twitter today by Netflix, with viewers quickly flooding the comments with their thoughts.
But the release was met with rejection from many fans, who feel the show is poorly timed just months after the death of the Queen.
One person responded: “Something to miss, I think I have paint to watch dry it will have more integrity.”
Another commented: “You guys left, move on with your lives already and stop to hurt Harry’s family.”
“I think I am going cancel my membership” said a third.
Another said they felt the show is “exploiting the death” of her Majesty, and slated it as a “lack of credibility and class”.
The long-awaited £88million show is set to hit screens on December 8 – with the trailer dropping just hours after Princess Kate and Prince William arrived in the US.
But amid fears from royals over potential revelations the couple could make, many have said they are planning on giving it a miss.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex previously promised to offer an insight into their “love story” on the show.
Amid controversy over the upcoming release, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly requested a delay to the show – putting them at loggerheads with Netflix chiefs.
And it comes after backlash over the new series of The Crown, with many feeling the series will be streamed at a vulnerable time for the royal family.
The 59-second trailer offers unseen photos and videos of the couple dancing, playing guitar and taking selfies.
The show is said to give a never before seen insight into the couple’s private life.
Meghan is seen in the trailer looking distraught while on the phone, as she then tells the viewers: “When the stakes are this high – doesn’t it make more sense to hear our story from us?”