Meghan and Harry's Netflix trailer appears to show couple being 'followed by 'paparazzi' – but it's actually Katie Price | The Sun
5th December 2022

MEGHAN and Harry's latest Netflix trailer appears to show the couple being followed by paparazzi – but it's actually Katie Price.

The streaming giant today released a second trailer for the pair's explosive documentary.




In the clip, Prince Harry slams Royal "hierarchy" – while a tearful Meghan Markle sobbed "they're never going to protect you".

In a haunting reference to his mother's tragic death, the Duke of Sussex tells the camera "I was terrified – I didn't want history to repeat itself" in the promo.

As Harry says that, a snippet of paparazzi swarming someone is shown.

Naturally, it seems as though the photographers are following the couple.

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But, a photography Twitter account claims that actually those cameras are swarming Katie Price as she was leaving court in December last year.

Urban Pictures wrote: "The original footage shows Katie outside Crawley Magistrates Court on the 15/12/21.

"The trailer uses the same footage, though flipped, with Harry's voiceover, 'I was terrified. I didn't want history to repeat itself'."

This follows The Sun exclusively revealing yesterday that one of the photos included in the first trailer – of them couple apparently being hounded by the press – was from a Harry Potter premiere years before they met.

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Urban Pictures also claims another paparazzi clip released in today's trailer was from footage of Donald Trump's former lawyer leaving for a prison term in 2019.

The couple have also been accused of carelessness after using another misleading photo – this from 1938.

The second trailer, which has been released just days before the bombshell doc is unleashed on Thursday, shows a string of photographs of the couple as they describe their life.

And in one emotional moment, Meghan can be seen wiping away tears with her husband sitting beside her.

It also makes a chilling reference to Princess Diana in the clip.

The Netflix documentary is sure to cause shockwaves across the globe and the Royal Family – with the trailer hinting the couple have taken aim at The Firm.

Prince Harry can be heard saying: "It's really hard looking back on it and thinking 'what on earth happened?'.

He then adds: "There's a hierarchy of the family."

The duke goes on to say: "The pain and suffering of women marrying into this institution, it's a feeding frenzy."

Meghan can also be heard saying: "I realised they'll never protect you."

Much like the first trailer the clip shows snippets of the couple's life, with them and others speaking over the videos and photos.

Netflix today confirmed the day the documentary will hit screens.

Its Twitter caption read: "Harry & Meghan. A Netflix Global Event.

"Volume I: December 8. Volume II: December 15."

Meanwhile, the first trailer revealed never before seen photos and videos of the pair – including Meghan crying, and she and Harry dancing.

It also seemed to offer a sneak peek inside Frogmore Cottage – which the couple called home before Megxit.

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The first part of the documentary, which is six episodes in length, will be hitting screens this Thursday.

It has already been slammed by Piers Morgan as "repulsive", who also branded the trailer "hypocritical".



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