Even typical sycophants have grown weary of the “plight” of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and the released trailer for their Netflix documentary didn’t help after a “careless” photo choice was revealed to have paparazzi hounding an entirely different Harry.
The attention-grabbing Duke and Duchess of Sussex caused a stir late last week when the trailer for their documentary series, “Harry and Meghan,” was released by Netflix just after Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton had begun their first trip to the United States in almost a decade. As reported, insiders could find no other interpretation but for the release to be considered “a declaration of war” against the Prince and Princess of Wales meant to move the spotlight.
That case was only further solidified when The Sun reported that an image meant to portray paparazzi disrupting the lives of the couple was found to be photographers documenting the London premiere of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two.”
The Sun reported, “A trailer for the couple’s upcoming documentary showed rows of photographers clamouring for the best snap. But they were really pointing their cameras at the all-star cast of the final film in JK Rowling’s wizarding franchise at an event in July 2011.”
“The image–which includes a snap of The Sun photographer Doug Seeburg–is used in the Netflix trailer before Prince Harry says in a voice-over: ‘I had to do everything I could to protect my family,'” the outlet continued.
Viewed here, the image can be seen at the 30-second mark after Harry was heard lamenting, “No one sees what’s happening behind closed doors.”
Seeburg spoke with The Sun and detailed, “I remember going to the premiere. It was a huge event. Crowds and crowds of fans had turned out in the rain and camped overnight to see the actors. There were no members of the Royal Family there.”
“In the Netflix trailers it’s implied the photographers, including me, were trying to get a shot of the royal couple–but that’s nonsense,” he said. “For a picture from that premiere to turn up in this trailer about Harry and Meghan seems like lazy picture research.”
In fact, the colorized version of the premiere image is the first result after searching the word “paparazzi’ on the stock image site Alamy.
Ingrid Seward, a royal expert, commented on the matter, telling the outlet, “I don’t imagine Harry would have realised, but Netflix have been careless here as it weakens Harry’s comment about protecting his family. This fake picture weakens his point.”
This revelation followed an admission from some of the ladies on ABC’s “The View” that they have had enough of the supposed woes from the celebrity couple. “They have done–they’ve now earned tens and tens of millions of dollars out of their story, which they have been telling, it seems to me, for years now, and they’re very good at it,” co-host Ana Navarro said. “I just wish that every time I saw Meghan and Harry they weren’t crying and wiping away tears.”
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) December 4, 2022
Navarro went on to scoff, “I gotta tell you something, if what they want is privacy and to get away from the royal family, they got a hell of a way of doing it.”
H&M : “Stop paparazzis, respect our privacy, please!”
Also H&M: *checking “paparazzis” from stock*
— Lucrecia – when The Homa?- (@LuloAvecita) December 3, 2022
According to The Sun, Netflix refused to comment on the use of the stock image.
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