Solène Delinger 7:00 p.m., December 02, 2022

The trailer for the highly anticipated documentary series of Harry and Meghan was unveiled Thursday, December 1 on Netflix.

At the same time, Kate and William were in Boston to present an award for climate initiatives.

It was enough for the British to cry foul and accuse the Sussexes of wanting to overshadow the Cambridges.

The first images of the 

Harry & Meghan documentary


unveiled on Thursday December 1 by Netflix, unsurprisingly caused a stir in the United Kingdom.

The Sussexes, who appear more in love than ever in the trailer for the film, a succession of photos of the couple in black and white, are indeed accused by the British press of having wanted to "torpedo" Prince William's American tour and of Kate Middleton. 

“They deliberately crashed the trip to Boston”

The Cambridges are currently in Boston to present the Earthshot Prize, which recognizes initiatives for the climate.

The trailer for Harry and Meghan's documentary was released the day after their arrival, overshadowing their official trip.

"They deliberately crashed the trip to Boston and took advantage of an outside situation for their own agenda. Harry is well aware of the importance of not overshadowing the work of other family members, but that's exactly the type of playing field tactics used here," a source commented in a British tabloid. 

The content of the trailer is also problematic

And besides the timing, the content of the Harry & Meghan documentary trailer also deeply shocked those close to Kate and William.

Prince Harry's brother and his wife appear there, very briefly, with their faces closed, just after a sequence where we see Meghan on an armchair, crying.

"I don't know how anyone could see it as anything other than a declaration of war," analyzes someone close to Kate and William in the columns of the 

Daily Mail.

Harry and Meghan motivated by greed? 

The Cambridges did not react to the release of the trailer.

"They're just going to pretend it's nothing, not make waves, and continue with their program for the day. I don't expect any comment from them," says British royalty expert Eimly Nash. , interviewed by the British magazine 




on the other hand, believes that Harry and Meghan have presented themselves as "righteous and wronged heroes".

"The bad guys are not difficult to spot: the media and the rest of the royal family", how the British daily which questions the intentions of the couple: "Are they motivated by greed, by revenge or by fall of the monarchy?

To meditate...