Meghan And Harry Accused Of Bringing Cameras Into Off-Limits Area Of Buckingham Palace

If the phrase "going out with a bang" was personified in the year 2022, the poster children could very well be Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

The highly-publicized couple has given the media a field day with everything from their appearance at Queen Elizabeth II's funeral to Markle's "Archetypes" podcast launching, and perhaps most anticipating, their Netflix docuseries "Harry & Meghan" will reportedly start streaming on December 8.

Now that a new trailer for the exclusive documentary just aired via YouTube, even further conversation around the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is heating up. 

"The Meghan and Harry hate is truly the most disgusting thing ever. British people are so salty," one Twitter user said. "STAY MAD."

Amidst the trending Twitter hashtag, #HarryisaTraitor, clearly some social media users are denouncing the little brother of William, Prince of Wales, for his unorthodox way of leaving the royal family, and it may have to do with the second official trailer that just dropped.

Critics are fuming after the Sussexes took photos in an off-limits area of Buckingham Palace

With the "Harry & Meghan" eight-episode docuseries just days away from airing, the second trailer for the Netflix show is giving viewers a taste of what to expect, and spoiler alert — it's a lot of drama.

"It's really hard to look back on it now and go, 'What on earth happened?'" Prince Harry says in the first few seconds of the trailer. "No one knows the full truth," The Duke of Sussex says as the trailer comes to a close. "We know the full truth."

While we await for the first few episodes to air on December 8 and the rest a week later on December 15, the tabloids aren't wasting any time revealing what people are thinking about the one-minute previews.

The Mirror cited that one frustrated social media user posted upon seeing photos of Prince Harry and Markle inside Buckingham Palace. "Can you imagine screaming privacy being violated, but having the nerve to bring your own photographer here [Buckingham Palace] of all places. They are two sick people."

Another concurred, saying, "OMG, that's awful!! They shouldn't have released pics taken at private palace places."

Although it can be argued that the backlash is harsh, the British tabloid reported that the photographs were taken in 2020, and usually, the protocol calls for the queen and/or Buckingham Palace officials to approve said photos, which Prince Harry and Markle apparently did not receive permission for. 

Criticism over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is coming from both sides

After the two trailers were released by Netflix in anticipation of the first volume of the docuseries "Harry & Meghan," social media has exploded with polarizing opinions on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. It may not come as a surprise that #RacistBritishMedia is trending on Twitter in response to Harry and Meghan sharing their story. 

However, British media outlets like the BBC are reporting that shots from the "Harry & Meghan" teasers are misleading, citing that flashing, paparazzi-dominant clips are from irrelevant events like Michael Cohen's trial and a Harry Potter premiere. These stylistic decisions can just be a depiction of how the last few years have felt for Prince Harry and Markle, but critics of the couple who left the royal family back in January 2020 may not see it this way.

Furthermore, as time leads up to the premiere of the long-awaited series, royal family insiders are revealing that this project may be a devastating blow to Prince Harry's family, as it may depict them in a negative manner that is ultimately out of their control.