Do Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan Markle want privacy — or fame?
The co-hosts of “The View” discussed the timing of the estranged royals’ trailer — uploaded on Thursday — for their upcoming Netflix docuseries, “Harry & Meghan.”
Sunny Hostin said she didn’t believe that the estranged royals had the “power” to decide that the trailer — coincidently released when Harry’s brother, Prince William, and his wife, Kate Middleton, started their US tour — would come out while their in-laws were in the states.
But many of the ladies agreed that the timing was “smart marketing.”
However, sources told Page Six the trailer release is believed to be a “coordinated campaign” to disrupt the prince and princess of Wales’ big stateside trip.
“The one thing I’m a little struck by, though, is, like, they already told their story,” Alyssa Farah Griffin said. “At the end of it, [Meghan] says, like, ‘When the stakes are so high, you have to tell your story.’ You sat down with Oprah — we all watched it. I’ll probably binge-watch this when it comes out. But I kind of feel like they’re perpetuating putting themselves in the public eye when that was what they were trying to avoid.”
Sara Haines agreed, saying that “it’s hard to reconcile” the desire for privacy with willingly releasing a documentary about their time in the royal family.
“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,” Ana Navarro added.
“Do we really care?” Joy Behar interjected. “We’re dealing with election deniers and anti-Semites.”
Critics have already torn the trailer to shreds, calling it a “victimhood fest.” The pair will reportedly claim that they were bullied by palace officials in the episodes.
“Harry & Meghan” is “coming soon” to Netflix.
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