Guerra is the most repeated word in the British tabloids this Friday after Harry y Meghan will release the trailer for her Netflix docuseries. And it is that the Dukes of Sussex have not been cut and the images are a declaration of intent against the royal family.

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“Why did you want to make this documentary?” both are asked at the beginning of the clip. “Nobody sees what happens behind closed doors. I had to do everything possible to protect my family,” Guillermo’s brother replies. And his wife says, “When the stakes are so high, doesn’t it make more sense for them to listen to our story for us?”

Curiously, the day of the launch of the trailer coincided this Thursday with the first official visit of the princes of Wales to the United States. “It was deliberate. There was no need to do it on this day. It was done deliberately to spoil his visit and steal the limelight,” says royal expert Angela Levin.







The English media reveal that Buckingham is already having headaches, as it is believed that the Sussexes will extend the story about racism and relief that they already projected in the interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021. This is how they collect it The Sun, The Daily Telegraph, The Times, o The Daily Espresswhich take the story to their front page, saying it “threatens to widen the chasm even further between marriage and the royal family.”










The Mirrorfor his part, focuses on the other scandal that involves Charles III and company: the new episode of racism that darkens the brilliance of Buckingham. This time the story comes from Lady Susan Hussey, lady-in-waiting to the queen. Isabel II and assistant of Camilla Parker-Bowles.