Following the release of Netflix's trailer for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's six-part documentary last week, many have been wondering how his father King Charles and brother Prince William reacted, with palace insiders revealing what's happening behind the scenes.
The Mail on Sunday reports Charles and his wife Queen Consort Camilla are "not worried" but are "wearied" by the constant 'attacks' by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Sources from Buckingham Palace revealed there is mounting frustration and exhaustion at the constant complaints from Harry and Meghan about their treatment by the royal family before they stepped down as senior royals.
The Prince and Princess of Wales were reportedly "surprised, but not that surprised" by the fact the trailer was released during their high-profile visit to the US, insiders shared.
The sources added that the royal family has made "magnanimous and very deliberate gestures" to include Harry as much as possible in the events that followed the Queen's death in September, including allowing him to wear his military uniform during a vigil. However, they feel as though they're being repaid with 'near-constant outbursts', the publication claims.
They have also highlighted the fact Harry and Meghan continue to do television appearances and interviews, despite saying they wanted to have a life away from the public eye. Meghan has released a podcast and Harry has written a memoir, which is also expected to feature more grievances towards the royal family.
It comes as the couple were accused of taking a private photographer into Buckingham Palace to take a photo that was included in the Netflix trailer.
Charles made special mention of his son and daughter-in-law during his first address as King, showing his support by saying, "I want to express my love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives overseas."
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