“All interviews were completed by August 2022. Members of the royal family declined to comment on the content within this series.”
The intimate documentary shows never before seen footage of Harry and Meghan and how they have been treated by the media since they were children. Speaking about the press coverage of Meghan’s background during the second episode of Harry & Meghan, her mother Doria Ragland said paparazzi would take pictures of deprived neighbourhoods in Los Angeles.
Ms Ragland told the Netflix documentary: “They would take pictures of different parts of say Skid Row and say that is where I lived and that is where she was from.”
“It was horrible,” Meghan said. “But I continued to hold the line. Say nothing.”
Reactions to the documentary have seen people gush over Harry and Meghan's loving relationship
\u201c\ud83e\udd79 this Harry and Meghan doc is really just about 2 people who had a secret love and wanted to maintain that bubble \ud83e\udd79\ud83e\udd79\u201d
— Big Teezus from da 9 (@Big Teezus from da 9)
\u201cJust finished episode one very sweet lovely story of them sharing how much in love they were in the beginning during 2016.\n#HarryandMeghanonNetflix \n#HarryAndMeghan\u201d
\u201cI will admit I remember that feeling when Meghan first came on the scene and how much I liked them as a couple. \n\nBut just because you love Meghan, Harry, doesn\u2019t mean everyone else has to. #MeghanAndHarry\u201d
— Samantha Franklin (@Samantha Franklin)
Others were shocked by the scrutiny that Harry was put under at such a young age.
\u201cHow insane it is to take a photograph of 4 children while they are skiing?! Madness. #HarryandMeghanonNetflix\u201d