Not holding back. Liz Garbus opened up about directing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix docuseries, Harry & Meghan – and claimed the experience gave her a look into the alleged “mind games” of the royal family.“Buckingham Palace said that we didn’t reach out for comment [about Harry & Meghan] when we did,’ Garbus, 52, said in an interview with Vanity Fair that was published on Tuesday, January 24. “They did that to discredit us … and by discrediting us, they can discredit the content of the show.
We lived through some of those moments that were a little bit like Alice Through the Looking Glass.”The six-episode series, which premiered in December 2022, stated on an opening title card that “Members of the Royal Family declined to comment on the content with the series.” However, a source exclusively told Us Weekly that the “general consensus” among The FIrm was that Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, weren’t “doing themselves any favors by speaking about the family” and that the pair were only “digging themselves into a deeper hole with these tell-alls.” While a major focal point of Harry & Meghan was the couple’s romance — the two tied the knot in May 2018 and share son Archie, 3, and daughter Lilibet, 19 months — the docuseries also highlighted the twosome’s January 2020 decision to step down from their senior royal duties.
The BetterUp CIO shared during part 2 of the series that he doesn’t expect to fully resolve his issues with his brother, Prince William, and his father, King Charles II. “I’ve had to make peace with the fact that we’re probably never gonna get genuine accountability or a genuine apology,” Invictus Games founder said. “My wife and I, we’re moving on.Read more on usmagazine.com