"Indecent", "point of no return", "attack on the queen's legacy" ... The British press is currying Harry and Meghan this Friday after the broadcast of the first episodes of their documentary, some now calling on them to abandon their titles royals.

“Can you fall any lower?

“Is indignant the popular daily

The Sun

, which devotes Friday like most of the press, its front page and many pages to “Harry & Meghan” the Netflix documentary, the first three episodes of which were released on Thursday.

"Indecent Sussex", headlines the

Daily Mail

in its editorial, when

The Mirror

evokes a "point of no return", three years after the couple's departure with a bang for California.

In these first three episodes, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex recount their meeting and their love story, and above all target the media and the paparazzi whom they accuse of having wanted to "destroy" Meghan, compared to Diana, the Harry's late mother.

“Lack of respect” for “British culture”

But it is the more hollow criticisms against the royal family and the monarchical institution that make the British press react, in particular the mockery of the protocol or the implied portrait of a racist and intolerant United Kingdom.

"This is a gross misrepresentation of reality," writes the

Daily Mail.

The couple "shows a childish lack of respect for British culture and customs", believes the conservative

Daily Telegraph,

who judges that the Palace must "suffer" from seeing Harry consider the whole country as "a band of white supremacists who are supporters of the Brexit”.



also highlights the attacks on the Commonwealth contained in the documentary.

Behavior deemed “disrespectful”

Several speakers – but not directly Harry or Meghan – criticize the legacy of the colonialist and slavery past of the British Empire, between several sequences where we see Queen Elizabeth expressing her attachment to the Commonwealth.

"Their behavior is just disrespectful to the memory of the Queen and an institution she served so dutifully," writes the



According to

The Times,

relatives of the royal family "expressed their shock" at the attacks.

“What is so infuriating is that the Sussexes continue to make millions from their royal connections while spitting on the institution that sustains them.

If they hate the monarchy so much why don't they voluntarily give up their titles?

“, is indignant the

Daily Mail


While there has been little political reaction to the documentary, Tory MP Bob Seely has told several media outlets he is preparing legislation to strip the Sussexes of their royal titles.


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