Harry seen giggling on 'Freedom flight' in latest Netflix trailer
The latest trailer for the final three episodes of the Harry & Meghan Netflix documentary shows a glimpse of a beaming Prince Harry on board what he refers to as his "freedom flight".
The next instalments of the duke and duchess’s six-part series, which will air on Thursday morning, are set to explore their decision to step away from royal duties and make a life in America.
The brief footage, seemingly shot by Harry himself on a phone, shows the Duke of Sussex grinning widely.
"We are on the freedom flight", Harry says to the camera, before starting to giggle.
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Where the first three episodes focussed on the early days of Meghan and Harry's romance and build-up to their wedding, the next volume is set to deal more closely with their exit from royal life and the factors behind their choice to step back as working royals.
Harry is heard saying: “I wonder what would’ve happened to us had we not got out when we did.”
Meghan adds: “Our security was being pulled. Everyone in the world knew where we were.”
The duke also can be heard saying: “I said, ‘We need to get out of here’.”
Meghan also seems to discuss someone harming her purposefully, though no context is provided in the trailer.
The duchess tells the camera: “I wasn’t being thrown to the wolves, I was being fed to the wolves.”
While an image of Buckingham Palace is shown, Harry adds: “They were happy to lie to protect my brother (William).
“They were never willing to tell the truth to protect us.”
It is unclear who the duke is referring to as “they”.
The series is also likely to continue providing a behind-the-scenes look at the couple's relationship, with further home videos and intimate photographs from the Sussex's photo album being used in the new trailer. Shots of Harry blowing out candles on a birthday cake and the family playing in their garden together are juxtaposed with formal photos from their wedding.
The rest of the series also seems primed to dig in further to the racism that Meghan has been subjected to since joining the royal family, with Christopher Bouzy from Bot Sentinel appearing in one clip and discussing how people were "recruited" to spread misinformation about the duchess.
Bouzy's research has tracked the social media accounts that are dedicated to targeting the duchess online and found that those conducting this harassment are both coordinated and a for-profit enterprise. "Single-purpose hate accounts have turned targeted harassment and coordinated hate campaigns into a lucrative hate-for-profit enterprise", the report reads.