Royals ‘have to be careful’ as Harry may have ‘evidence at disposal’ says expert

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s upcoming final three episodes of their bombshell Netflix documentary could spell trouble for the Royal Family as the Duke of Sussex may have “evidence at his disposal”, a royal expert has warned.

The latest trailer for the explosive tell-all documentary has dropped several royal revelations despite being just one minute long, with shocking allegations that Buckingham Palace was "never willing to tell the truth" and engaged in “institutional gaslighting”.

Peter Hunt, a former BBC royal correspondent, took to Twitter after the trailer was released and wrote: “Harry has pulled out the pin.

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“The royals will have to watch how they respond given the evidence Harry may have at his disposal.”

Although the trailer was just one minute long, it still exposed several royal revelations that look set to be even more explosive than the bombshells exposed last week.

The first three episodes saw Meghan admit she had been unprepared to meet the late Queen Elizabeth and say her first meeting with Kate Middleton had been jarring, whilst Harry sparked controversy by suggesting other royals had not married out of love.

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But claims within the upcoming episodes could be even more damaging for The Firm, with the trailer seeing Meghan add: "Our security was being pulled. Everyone in the world knew where we were" and Harry explain: "I said we need to get out of here."

The trailer also jumps to Harry filming a video diary on a plane, telling the camera: "We are on a freedom flight” with the former Suits actress saying: "I wasn't being thrown to the wolves. I was being fed to the wolves."

Although other royal experts have blasted the trailer as “irresponsible and misleading”, Hunt fears that the controversial royal couple could provide evidence for claims they are making against the Royal Family.

The Daily Star has contacted Buckingham Palace for comment.

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