The last three episodes dropped on the streaming platform on Thursday, and viewers have been quick to offer their views on the newest revelations. One a part of episode 4 which angered some people watching was a scene wherein Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took a swipe at Nottingham Cottage, a house which they were supplied with by the Royal Family.
The couple had been gifted the cottage situated near Kensington Palace, where other family members resided.
Within the tell-all series, Meghan described their former home as “small”.
She remarked: “It sounds very regal but Nottingham Cottage was so small.”
Harry added the constructing had “low ceilings” and continued: “So far as people were concerned we were living in a palace. We were living in a cottage. On palace grounds.
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@IndyJef posted: “@Dawnie652 William and Kate lived in Nottingham cottage with Prince George for quite a number of years, actually. Also: William is the long run King. It’s essential to recover from that.”
@windsorwatcher added: “I can’t consider they’re going to complain concerning the size of a house when there are people on the streets & living in temporary accommodation & individuals who can’t afford to maneuver out of their parent’s home & people who find themselves paying crazy money for a spot the scale of Nottingham Cottage.”
“Complaining about Nottingham cottage?? The identical cottage 2 future heirs (Prince William and Prince George) lived in. Seriously…,” @Roxy_Wales shared. (sic)
In the primary few episodes of Meghan and Harry’s programme, the couple shared their thoughts on their royal experience.
The last three episodes saw the couple exploring their decision to step away from the monarchy.
Additionally they talked concerning the moment Harry broached the topic of constructing an exit from the royals.
Harry went on to say that throughout the fiery interview, the late Queen Elizabeth II remained silent.
Harry & Meghan is out there to stream on Netflix now.