Harry and Meghan are set to leave royal fans unhappy with the final episodes of their Netflix docuseries, claims a royal expert.
The Netflix docuseries ‘Harry & Meghan’ premiered on December 8 – and has since attracted a whopping 2.4 million viewers.
But the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been hit with fierce backlash over the episodes, along with claims they are "attacking British institutions".
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And an expert has warned that when the remaining episodes of the six-part series air next week, it will bring nothing but "trouble".
Today Meghan and Harry released a heartwarming 38-second snippet preview ahead of the release on Thursday (December 14).
The royal couple discuss their wedding night, their unusual song choice for their first dance and even sing a few of the lyrics.
But royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams slammed the clip, calling it a PR stunt – and added the rest of the episodes will cause "nothing but trouble".
Speaking to the Daily Star, he said: “It’s a good public relations plug before the second series. Happy images. Their first dance.
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“The first attracted 2.4 million viewers, according to Netflix.
“Will everyone be so happy after the next three hours? I don’t think so!
“I would be delighted to be proved wrong but they, in my view, are trouble."
In the upcoming episodes, viewers will see the couple on the dance floor among their wedding guests including stars such as Sir Elton John and suits actress Abigail Spencer.
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The pair also revealed the song they chose as their first dance as man and wife – Land Of 1,000 Dances by Wilson Pickett.
Reminiscing about the wedding, Meghan says: “I just really wanted the music to be fun – even our first dance. Song Of A Thousand Dances? I always get it wrong.”
She then goes on to sing some of the lyrics including “mashed potato, do the alligator”.
“That was our first dance. It was so fun,” Meghan says. “It was just spinning like a whirlwind. It was so great.”
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