Reviews for the new Netflix series Harry & Meghan, by Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, have been withering in the British press. This is not surprising, given that the couple spends much of the first three episodes attacking Britain’s notorious tabloid media for invading their privacy and some coverage that traded in racist tropes.
Some U.K. newspapers responded in kind to the first three episodes of six. The Telegraph called the series a “very Californian exercise in grievance.”
The Spectator magazine called it a “tedious, narcissistic wallow.”
The criticism, however, did not just come from the political right. Britain’s Guardian, which is liberal and more likely to be sympathetic to the couple’s politics, called the series “a one-sided PR effort.”
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