During an episode of Netflix’s Harry & Meghan, after Prince Harry accused his brother of screaming and shouting at him, the Duke of Sussex showcased some never-before-seen pictures from his childhood.
Since the release of the docuseries earlier this month, the world has been treated to a behind-the-scenes look at the lives of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Notable moments include the first time Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland has spoken on camera and how Prince William allegedly “screamed and shouted” at his younger brother back in 2020 at the Sandringham meeting about Megxit.
But there were happy moments amid the bombshell claims, as seen in episode five when Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, looked back at their time at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
"We were going through so many boxes just literally looking at everything going, 'Oh my gosh, you bought this blanket I missed, that hat was so funny', just taking it all in," Meghan said.
"It really gave us a chance to look back at our whole love story."
A few images were shown on the screen as Harry and Meghan flipped through a scrapbook, including a collage of pictures from a family holiday that showed the brothers beaming with smiles when they were younger.
Other images in the scrapbook featured the princes posing on the beach and using binoculars.
In the Netflix show, Harry claimed that his older brother William “screamed and shouted” at him.
"It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me, and my father say things that just simply weren't true, and my grandmother, you know, quietly sit there, and sort of take it all in,” Harry recalled.
The meeting was at Sandringham in 2020 and was later dubbed “Megxit” as a play on words from the UK’s separation from the European Union.
"It was clear they planned it so you weren't in the room," Harry added, to which Meghan responded: "I was not invited to have a seat at the table.”
Harry then suggested that the late Queen Elizabeth was swayed by the opinions of her aides, something which experts have since denied.
He explained: "But you have to understand that, from the family's perspective, especially from hers, there are ways of doing things, and her ultimate sort of mission, goal, slash responsibility is the institution.
"People around her are telling her, by the way, that proposal, or these two doing X, Y, Z, is going to be seen as an attack on the institution. Then she's gonna go on the advice that she's given. It was really hard."
However, Royal courtiers who spoke to The Times have denied the claims, while stating that Harry couldn’t grasp that his grandmother made the decision.
“It's outrageous. Harry never wanted to admit to himself that it was the Queen who said, "no, you're out,” one source said.
“He couldn't fathom that he wasn't the cheeky chappy who was going to sweet-talk grandma into getting what he wanted.”
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