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Prince William and Kate Middleton put on a brave face today as they were greeted on the second day of their US tour by an adorable young boy who dressed up as a member of the King’s Guard.

The cute scene no doubt provided a wonderful moment of lightness for the couple, whose engagement came just a few hours after Prince Harry and Meghan released a very ill-timed trailer for their explosive Netflix documentary amid the Buckingham Palace race row. 

The couple looked delighted as they were introduced to eight-year-old Henry Dynov-Teixeira outside of Greentown Labs in Massachusetts, where the youngster had been waiting for the chance to show off his replica of a King’s Guard uniform – which included a faux bearskin hat and bold red jacket. 

After handing a bouquet of red roses to a grinning Kate, cheeky Henry then asked her why the couple’s son, Prince George had not accompanied them on the trip, with the Princess replying that he’d had to stay at home in order to attend school. 

Still, if young Henry was disappointed to have missed the chance to meet another future King, he didn’t let that dampen his joy at meeting the Prince and Princess of Wales, telling DailyMail.com: ‘First of all it was crazy meeting the Prince and Princess. It was crazy. I wasn’t actually that nervous now that I think about it when I actually did it.’

He added: ‘I’m going to scream and tell my best friend that I am famous now!’ 

The heartwarming interaction, although brief, was no doubt just what the couple needed to cheer them on their way as they head to their second engagement of the day – a visit to a non-profit that works with young people at the risk of urban violence – all while under a cloud of controversy that has dramatically overshadowed their whirlwind three-day US tour. 

The Prince and Princess of Wales got an adorable reminder of home during the second day of their US tour this morning, when they were greeted by an eight-year-old boy who had dressed up as a member of the King’s Guard 

Eight-year-old Henry Dynov-Teixeira provided what was no doubt a much-needed moment of lightness for the couple, whose engagement came just hours after Prince Harry and Meghan released a very ill-timed trailer for their explosive Netflix doc

Eight-year-old Henry Dynov-Teixeira provided what was no doubt a much-needed moment of lightness for the couple, whose engagement came just hours after Prince Harry and Meghan released a very ill-timed trailer for their explosive Netflix doc

Young Henry presented the Princess with a bouquet of red roses - and he later told DailyMail.com of his meeting with the couple: 'It was crazy meeting the Prince and Princess. I wasn't actually that nervous now that I think about it'

Young Henry presented the Princess with a bouquet of red roses – and he later told DailyMail.com of his meeting with the couple: ‘It was crazy meeting the Prince and Princess. I wasn’t actually that nervous now that I think about it’

The youngster asked the Princess of Wales where the couple's eldest son George was - with Kate telling Henry that he'd had to stay at home in order to attend school

The youngster asked the Princess of Wales where the couple’s eldest son George was – with Kate telling Henry that he’d had to stay at home in order to attend school

Following their trip to Greentown Labs, Kate and William made their way to the nearby suburb of Chelsea, where they paid a visit to Roca, a non-profit organization focusing on high-risk young people at the center of urban violence

Following their trip to Greentown Labs, Kate and William made their way to the nearby suburb of Chelsea, where they paid a visit to Roca, a non-profit organization focusing on high-risk young people at the center of urban violence

Following their trip to Greentown Labs, Kate and William made their way to the nearby suburb of Chelsea, where they paid a visit to Roca, a non-profit organization focusing on high-risk young people at the center of urban violence

Kate and William took part in an arts and crafts session with several young children at Roca, with the Princess seen helping one youngster with some paper shapes

Kate and William took part in an arts and crafts session with several young children at Roca, with the Princess seen helping one youngster with some paper shapes

Sussexes’ bombshell Netflix trailer has ‘been DELIBERATELY timed to take away from the Cambridges’ landmark US tour’, experts say

The release of the trailer for Harry and Meghan’s Netflix docuseries has been ‘deliberately designed’ to ‘take away’ from the Cambridges’ landmark US tour, a royal expert has claimed.

The explosive trailer for the $100 million series dropped today, with the couple sharing an intensely personal reel of never before seen photos including several of the duchess crying. 

Calling the Sussexes ‘unpredictable’, Mr Fitzwilliams said that the trailer’s release was ‘obviously timed to take away from the Wales’ trip to Boston’, adding that Meghan and Harry ‘like control their narrative’. 

‘The timing draws attention away from William and Catherine’s visit to Boston, which is highly prestigious,’ he said. ‘William is launching the Earthshot Prize and meeting Biden, which is very very prestigious.’ 

Mr Fitzwilliams said their trip had already been ‘overshadowed’ by the race row that saw the late Queen’s chief lady-in-waiting – and also Prince William’s godmother Lady Susan Hussey – resign after being accused of racially insulting Sistah Space founder Ngozi Fulani and refusing to believe she was British.

Saying that the timing of trailer release was ‘certainly unhelpful’, he continued: ‘If you look at it, it would appear there’s a lot for the Palace to be concerned on. What will they reveal?

‘There’s one [photo] where Meghan looks distressed, what is the context behind that? What will they reveal about the way they believe they were treated by the Royal Family?’

Following their trip to Greentown Labs, Kate and William made their way to the nearby suburb of Chelsea, where they paid a visit to Roca, a non-profit organization focusing on high-risk young people between the ages of 16-24 years old at the center of urban violence.

There, the pair were pictured interacting with several young children, helping out with an arts and crafts session. They also met with several women in the young mothers’ program, as well as current members and alumni from the organization’s young men’s program. 

During that time, they were given the chance to interact with several young children, with Kate looking particularly delighted at having the chance to spend time with a young girl who toddled around the room as she and William spoke to several program members. 

William and Kate greeted the swarm of well-wishers who gathered outside Roca, shaking hands and exchanging words with royal fans who waited hours in icy conditions for a glimpse of the couple.

In a clear sign of how well-liked the Prince and Princess of Wales are, they were able to spend several minutes getting close to the adoring crowd, who clapped, cheered and shouted out their names.

The reception was nothing but warm and welcoming – a sign that ongoing controversy over a race row at home and Harry and Meghan’s documentary has not hurt William and Kate’s reputation.

After exiting Roca, the pair took part in an impromptu walkabout, during which they shook hands with well-wishers, some of whom presented the Princess of Wales with flowers. 

One particularly emotional fan burst into tears upon meeting Kate, having been waiting patiently to hand her a bouquet, with her hand over a face as she sobbed with excitement. 

Kate shook her hand as the young woman told her: ‘You’ve been so lovely, thank you for everything.’

Prince William then introduced his wife to a young fan who had been ‘waiting for five hours’ for the chance to meet the royal couple. 

Throughout both engagements, William and Kate had wide smiles on their faces – giving away no indication that, behind the scenes, the royal family is struggling with potentially-devastating scandals.  

Hours before Kate and William kicked off day two of the tour, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex dropped an explosive teaser for their upcoming Netflix show – which is part of their $100 million deal with the streaming giant – in which they shared an incredibly intimate series of never-before-seen images, including several of Meghan crying, while hinting that they are preparing to launch a fresh series of attacks on the royal family. 

Kate looked particularly thrilled to be spending time with one little girl, who happily walked around the room as the couple chatted with Roca's leaders and founders

Kate looked particularly thrilled to be spending time with one little girl, who happily walked around the room as the couple chatted with Roca’s leaders and founders 

They seemed determined not to let the smiles fall from their faces as they carried out their second engagement of the day

They seemed determined not to let the smiles fall from their faces as they carried out their second engagement of the day

They seemed determined not to let the smiles fall from their faces as they carried out their second engagement of the day

During their visit to Roca, William and Kate spent time chatting with women in the young mothers¿ program

During their visit to Roca, William and Kate spent time chatting with women in the young mothers’ program

One cheeky young boy made funny faces at the camera while William helped another youngster with his art project

One cheeky young boy made funny faces at the camera while William helped another youngster with his art project 

Kate, whose three children did not join her on the trip, seemed particularly taken with one little boy, who took pride in showing her a pink paper star

Kate, whose three children did not join her on the trip, seemed particularly taken with one little boy, who took pride in showing her a pink paper star

Kate, whose three children did not join her on the trip, seemed particularly taken with one little boy, who took pride in showing her a pink paper star

Their arrival at the climate change-focused company comes just hours after Meghan and Harry hinted at fresh attacks on the Royal Family with the release of their Netflix documentary trailer, which featured several candid images of the couple

Their arrival at the climate change-focused company comes just hours after Meghan and Harry hinted at fresh attacks on the Royal Family with the release of their Netflix documentary trailer, which featured several candid images of the couple

Harry and Meghan’s trailer release would have been controversy enough for William and Kate, both 40, to deal with on the second day of their tour – however their first US trip in eight years has already been dramatically overshadowed by a Buckingham Palace race row, which was sparked by the Prince’s own godmother. 

Just hours before the Prince and Princess touched down in Boston to launch William’s Earthshot Prize, his godmother Lady Susan Hussey, 83, a former lady-in-waiting to the Queen, was accused of making racist comments to black domestic abuse campaigner Ngozi Fulani at a Buckingham Palace event on Tuesday night.

As William and Kate were mid-flight, their Kensington Palace spokesperson issued a statement condemning the ‘unacceptable’ comments made by Lady Hussey – who resigned from her role in the royal household – however the controversy has already cast a bleak shadow over what was meant to be a ‘Super Bowl’ moment for the Prince. 

But despite the scandal, the royal couple were all smiles as they arrived at their first stop of the day – climate innovation company Greentown Labs – on Thursday morning, waving to the waiting crowds of well-wishers who had gathered to catch a glimpse of the pair. 

That crowd included young Henry, who turned up well in advance of the couple’s arrival dressed in his regal ensemble – which was inspired by a recent trip to Buckingham Palace. 

Henry was so impressed by the changing of the guard when he visited London earlier this year that he asked his family for a costume – and proudly donned for the visit.

Young Henry is from Somerville, Massachusetts, where the Prince and Princess of Wales were visiting climate innovation company Greentown Labs.

After exiting Roca, Kate and William took part in a brief walkabout, during which they greeted fans and well-wishers

After exiting Roca, Kate and William took part in a brief walkabout, during which they greeted fans and well-wishers

The couple were seen chatting with several members of the public before heading to their waiting vehicle

The couple were seen chatting with several members of the public before heading to their waiting vehicle 

A large group had gathered to say hello to the pair - with some seizing the chance to snap a few selfies

A large group had gathered to say hello to the pair – with some seizing the chance to snap a few selfies 

One particularly emotional fan burst into tears upon meeting Kate, having been waiting patiently to hand her a bouquet, with her hand over a face as she sobbed with excitement

One particularly emotional fan burst into tears upon meeting Kate, having been waiting patiently to hand her a bouquet, with her hand over a face as she sobbed with excitement

One particularly emotional fan burst into tears upon meeting Kate, having been waiting patiently to hand her a bouquet, with her hand over a face as she sobbed with excitement

The couple were under the watchful eye of several security guards as they shook hands with the crowds of people who had turned out to greet them

The couple were under the watchful eye of several security guards as they shook hands with the crowds of people who had turned out to greet them 

One person held up a festive sign that read: 'Welcome to Chelsea The Future King and Queen of England'

One person held up a festive sign that read: ‘Welcome to Chelsea The Future King and Queen of England’ 

Henry, who goes to the British International School in Boston, told DailyMail.com: ‘I wanted this outfit because when we went to London we saw the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace and I decided that I wanted that costume. I had never seen it before.’

The Princess of Wales looked elegant in a burgundy suit, which she paired with a pretty pink pussy bow blouse and matching maroon heels, adding a touch of high-fashion flair in the form of a Chanel handbag. 

Meanwhile Prince William matched his wife in a burgundy sweater, which he wore under a dark grey suit. 

The couple pulled up outside of the venue for their first engagement of the day in a hybrid Range Rover, specially selected to match the climate message of their trip. 

During this morning’s event, the Prince and Princess ‘learned about climate innovations which are being incubated in Boston’, and they will also meet with the CEO of Greentown Labs and the President of the Northeast Clean Energy Council to ‘learn about the history’ of the company and ‘how it is contributing to global efforts to address the climate crisis’.

As he chatted to last years finalists of his Earthshot Prize who work at the laboratory, he praised them for the groundbreaking work before issuing a stark warning: ‘For all of us the time is ticking.

‘As time goes by I keep saying ‘come on we’ve got to move faster and faster.’

Speaking about the prize he added, ‘After last year, this year we’ve had a lot more interest in the last few weeks.’

Prince William and Kate Middleton put on a brave face today as they embarked upon the first full day of their whirlwind US tour - just a few hours after Prince Harry and Meghan released a very ill-timed trailer for their explosive Netflix documentary

Prince William and Kate Middleton put on a brave face today as they embarked upon the first full day of their whirlwind US tour – just a few hours after Prince Harry and Meghan released a very ill-timed trailer for their explosive Netflix documentary

Kate, 40, smiled for the cameras as she made her way into climate innovation company Greentown Labs today for the first full day of her and William's US tour - which has been dramatically overshadowed by the Buckingham Palace race row

Kate, 40, smiled for the cameras as she made her way into climate innovation company Greentown Labs today for the first full day of her and William's US tour - which has been dramatically overshadowed by the Buckingham Palace race row

Kate, 40, smiled for the cameras as she made her way into climate innovation company Greentown Labs today for the first full day of her and William’s US tour – which has been dramatically overshadowed by the Buckingham Palace race row

The Princess of Wales, who wore a pretty pink pussy bow blouse under a burgundy blazer, was seen emerging from a hybrid Range Rover, specially selected to match the climate message of their trip

The Princess of Wales, who wore a pretty pink pussy bow blouse under a burgundy blazer, was seen emerging from a hybrid Range Rover, specially selected to match the climate message of their trip

William continued to the 2021 finalists: ‘Well done you guys. It’s very good to hear these success stories. I know there is more to do.’

The Prince and Princess met representatives from some of the start-ups within the Greentown Labs community to hear about the latest innovative developments in climate technology.

These innovators were inspired themed in alignment with the five Earthshots: Fix our Climate, Protect and Restore Nature, Build a Waste-Free World, Revive our Oceans and Clean our Air.

Since 2011, Greentown Labs has nurtured a community of climate pioneers who are working to design and implement a more sustainable world.

Founded by entrepreneurs, Greentown Labs brings together start-ups, corporates and investors to foster ingenuity and collaboration.

Greentown is recognized as the largest climate technology start-up incubator in North America, having supported more than 500 companies since its founding that have collectively created more than 9,000 jobs and raised more than $4 billion

Both William and Kate flashed wide smiles for the cameras and the crowds as they arrived at Greentown Labs, where they were greeted by a host of fans. 

William and Kate’s cheery expressions gave away little indication of the many controversies brewing within the Monarchy – both of which have dramatically overshadowed the couple’s three-day tour to Boston. 

The latest scandal to blight the pair’s trip is the release of the first teaser trailer for Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary in which the couple hinted that they will launch a fresh series of attacks on the Royal Family – with Harry heard saying: ‘No one sees what goes on behind closed doors’ just before an image flashes up of Meghan holding her head in her hands while speaking on the phone.

In another photo, Meghan, 41, is seen sitting next to Harry, 38, on a sofa, with the duchess holding both hands up to her face while he looks exasperated. The other black and white snaps provide an intimate snapshot of their life, and include Meghan cradling her baby bump, Harry playing the guitar and the couple dancing at their wedding. 

The Princess toted a burgundy Chanel handbag to match her suit and she accessorized with a pair of gold earrings

The Princess toted a burgundy Chanel handbag to match her suit and she accessorized with a pair of gold earrings 

Greentown Labs is located in Somerville, Massachusetts, which is around a 15 minute drive from Boston

Greentown Labs is located in Somerville, Massachusetts, which is around a 15 minute drive from Boston 

William matched his wife in a burgundy sweater - and looked cheerful as he arrived at the venue, despite bracing for fresh attacks from his brother Harry in the Sussexes' upcoming Netflix trailer

William matched his wife in a burgundy sweater – and looked cheerful as he arrived at the venue, despite bracing for fresh attacks from his brother Harry in the Sussexes’ upcoming Netflix trailer 

The couple were flanked by several burly security guards as they made their way into Greentown Labs 

During this morning's event, the Prince and Princess are touring Greentown Labs, where they will 'learn about climate innovations which are being incubated in Boston'

During this morning’s event, the Prince and Princess are touring Greentown Labs, where they will ‘learn about climate innovations which are being incubated in Boston’

Kate's long brunette hair was styled in her signature loose waves

Kate's long brunette hair was styled in her signature loose waves

Kate’s long brunette hair was styled in her signature loose waves 

The trailer finally cuts to the Duchess, who says: ‘When the stakes are this high, doesn’t it make sense to hear our story from us?’ 

The trailer could hardly come at a worse time for William and Kate, who are on the second day of a visit to the US which has been overshadowed by a Buckingham Palace race row, which worsened on Thursday when one of the UK’s leading lawyers claimed that Lady Susan also asked him about his heritage at the same palace function.

Nazir Afzal, 60, Chancellor of the University of Manchester and ex-chief prosecutor of the CPS under Sir Keir Starmer, reacted to the row by declaring: ‘Racism is never far away’. 

Ms Fulani has made headlines around the world after Buckingham Palace was engulfed in a toxic race row that saw the late Queen’s chief lady-in-waiting – and also Prince William’s godmother – resign after asking her ‘which part of Africa are you from?’ 

Mr Afzal tweeted: ‘I was at the Buckingham Palace reception at which Lady Hussey questioned the heritage of a brilliant DV expert Ngozi Fulani. She only asked me my heritage once & seemed to accept my answer – Manchester currently!’  

Last night, the Prince and Princess of Wales sat courtside at a Boston Celtics game, where they joined 20,000 fans cheering on the players as they went head-to-head with the Miami Heat. 

Both William and Kate flashed wide smiles for the cameras and the crowds as they arrived at Greentown Labs, where they were greeted by a host of fans - including a young boy who dressed up as one of the King's Guards

Both William and Kate flashed wide smiles for the cameras and the crowds as they arrived at Greentown Labs, where they were greeted by a host of fans – including a young boy who dressed up as one of the King’s Guards

On their first day in the city during a landmark US tour, William and Kate were brought into the TD Garden stadium to sit close to the action alongside the Celtics’ owners Wyc Grousbeck and wife Emilia Fazzalari.

Kate and William, who were also flanked by Massachusetts Governor-elect Maura Healey and Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, stood for the US national anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner, performed by a previous semi-finalist from the reality TV series The Voice.

The royal couple put on brave faces as faint boos could be heard around the arena when they were introduced by a stadium announcer and shown on the Jumbotron. 

Other fans in the crowd could be heard loudly cheering ‘USA, USA’ when the Prince and Princess appeared on the screens above the court. 

But the royal couple kept smiling and took photos with fans. They cheered on the high-scoring game as the packed crowd ramped up the atmosphere for the 17-time World Champions game against the Miami Heat. 

Before the game, the royals met members of the ‘Celtics family’, including representatives of the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation, which provides grassroots programming and funding to local organizations serving at-risk or at-need populations.

Last night, William and Kate sat courtside at a Boston Celtics game

Last night, William and Kate sat courtside at a Boston Celtics game 

The Prince of Wales looked like he was enjoying himself as he cheered on the Boston Celtics, with Kate flashing him a smile

The Prince of Wales looked like he was enjoying himself as he cheered on the Boston Celtics, with Kate flashing him a smile

The couple had the best seats in the house for the basketball game between the Boston Celtics and the Miami Heat

The couple had the best seats in the house for the basketball game between the Boston Celtics and the Miami Heat

They happily posed with fans during the basketball game, which saw the Celtics take on the Miami Heat

They happily posed with fans during the basketball game, which saw the Celtics take on the Miami Heat 

Around the arena, digital advertising boards were lit up green to promote Prince William’s Earthshot awards, while spectators were treated to a promotional video ahead of the game.

After the second quarter with the game tied 47 all, William and Kate watched as the Celtics honored their long- standing tradition of recognizing a ‘Hero Among Us’, highlighting individuals working to positively impact the community.

Ollie Perrault, a 15-year-old climate activist from Easthampton, Massachusetts, got to meet the royal pair after being cheered by the local crowd for her work as a leading member of the Youth Climate Leadership Program.

She is now the founder and director of Youth Climate Action Now, committed to fighting for environmental justice, and working to get more young people involved in direct climate action.

There is no doubting that William and Kate had hoped the evening’s match – the second in their official list of engagements during their whirlwind three-day trip to Boston – would go off without a hitch, given the awkward moment at the Earthshot launch just hours before the game.

As the Prince and Princess Wales watched on from the wings at the launch event, African-American Reverend Mariama White-Hammond, who founded a youth organization focused on ‘teaching the history of the civil rights movement’, said: ‘On this day, I invite us all to consider the legacy of colonialism and racism.’

She referenced the ‘ways it has impacted people across the world and its connection, its deep connection to the degradation of land and our planet that we are all seeking to reverse. The stories lost, the species made extinct, but also the persistence of people in the face of oppression and the fundamental dignity of all of our relations.’

Their attendance at the basketball game came after William and Kate officially launched this year's Earthshot at a ceremony held at Boston City Hall

Their attendance at the basketball game came after William and Kate officially launched this year’s Earthshot at a ceremony held at Boston City Hall  

As the Prince and Princess Wales watched on from the wings at the launch event, African-American Reverend Mariama White-Hammond said: 'On this day, I invite us all to consider the legacy of colonialism and racism' amid the royal race row

As the Prince and Princess Wales watched on from the wings at the launch event, African-American Reverend Mariama White-Hammond said: ‘On this day, I invite us all to consider the legacy of colonialism and racism’ amid the royal race row

Her speech came just hours after William's Kensington Palace spokesperson condemned the 'unacceptable' comments made by his godmother, Lady Susan Hussey, at an event at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday night

Her speech came just hours after William’s Kensington Palace spokesperson condemned the ‘unacceptable’ comments made by his godmother, Lady Susan Hussey, at an event at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday night

Although there was no direct reference to Lady Susan, few could fail to connect the controversy with Reverend White-Hammond’s remarks.

Having started her speech by ‘acknowledging the ancestral lands we stand on today’, the Reverend went on to express gratitude to William and Kate for choosing to host this year’s Earthshot Prize in Boston.

‘Now you all know we are a city of many firsts. We are honored to be the first American city and the first city outside of the United Kingdom to host the Earthshot Prize,’ she continued.

Her comments about colonialism came just months after another of William and Kate’s international engagements – a March tour to the Caribbean to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee – attracted controversy due to accusations that elements of it smacked of ‘colonialism’.

This week Prince William will also visit the John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.

He and his wife will learn about the work that local organizations are doing to mitigate the risk of rising sea levels in Boston and they will also tour Greentown Labs, in the nearby town of Somerville, to get an insight into the development of innovative green technologies. 

There are also plans for the royal couple to meet President Joe Biden on Friday, who will be in Boston on a separate trip. 

‘No one sees what’s happening behind closed doors’: Harry and Meghan drop bombshell Netflix trailer with hint of fresh attacks on royal family – and including intimate photos from their wedding, the crying Duchess and stony-faced Kate and Wills 

  • Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared a series of never before seen photos of them together as a couple
  • Meghan tells camera: ‘When the stakes are this high, doesn’t it make sense to hear our story from us?’
  • Some of the black and white photos are intensely personal, including several where Meghan is crying
  • It comes on the second day of William and Kate’s first visit to the USA as Prince and Princess of Wales
  • Trip overshadowed by lady-in-waiting Lady Susan Hussey being accused of making racist comments

An explosive trailer for Harry and Meghan’s $100million (£88m) Netflix docuseries dropped today, with the couple sharing an intensely personal reel of never before seen photos including several of the duchess crying. 

In a hint of fresh attacks on the Royal Family, Harry is heard saying, ‘no one sees what goes on behind closed doors’ just before an image flashes up of Meghan holding her head in her hands while speaking on the phone.

In another photo, Meghan, 41, is seen sitting next to Harry, 38, on a sofa, with the duchess holding both hands up to her face while he looks exasperated. The other black and white snaps provide an intimate snapshot of their life, and include Meghan cradling her baby bump, Harry playing the guitar and the couple dancing at their wedding.

The advert could hardly come at a worse time for William and Kate, who are on the second day of a visit to the US which has been overshadowed by a Buckingham Palace race row.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared a number of highly personal images in the first trailer for their new Netflix documentary today. In one clip from the documentary, Meghan is seen with her head in her hands apparently weeping

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared a number of highly personal images in the first trailer for their new Netflix documentary today. In one clip from the documentary, Meghan is seen with her head in her hands apparently weeping 

In another photo, Meghan is seen sitting next to Harry on a sofa, with the duchess holding both hands up to her face while her glum-looking husband has his head tilted backwards

In another photo, Meghan is seen sitting next to Harry on a sofa, with the duchess holding both hands up to her face while her glum-looking husband has his head tilted backwards

Today, the Prince and Princess of Wales released their own snazzy new Instagram video just minutes before the Netflix trailer dropped.

The Sussexes’ one-minute-12-second clip opens with a producer asking ‘why do you want to make this documentary?’ before several dozen photos flash up of Harry and Meghan sharing time together, along with one image of the Prince and Princess of Wales.

Harry is heard saying, ‘no one sees what goes on behind closed doors’, before viewers see a photo of a distressed Meghan talking on the phone.

‘I had to do everything I could to protect my family’, the duke adds later.

The trailer finally cuts to his wife, who says: ‘When the stakes are this high, doesn’t it make sense to hear our story from us?’

The Sussexes have been paid a rumored $100million for the fly-on-the-wall series, which has left the Royal Family braced for more damaging accusations from the couple.

Meghan cradling her baby bump in one of a series of ultra personal images shared by the couple for their new Netflix documentary

Meghan cradling her baby bump in one of a series of ultra personal images shared by the couple for their new Netflix documentary 



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