Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have recently come forward to express their disappointment and frustration with the public's response to the Netflix documentary about their lives.
In a joint statement, the couple accused the public of invading their privacy by watching the documentary, which they were paid a staggering $100 million to participate in. Harry went as far as to label the audience as "predatory maggots" and "shameless voyeurs," while Meghan accused them of being "filthy, deplorable do-nothings" and "terrible people."
The couple claims that the constant attention and scrutiny from the public has had a profound and negative impact on their lives, particularly on the lives of their two children. Meghan stated that the public's obsession with their family has "stolen the childhood" of her children and "violated their lives irreparably."
Despite their grievances, Harry and Meghan expressed their gratitude towards Netflix for providing them with the opportunity to participate in a professional production. They praised the streaming giant for its professionalism and commitment to showcasing their story in a respectful and dignified manner.
Many have criticized the couple's statements, arguing that they willingly chose to participate in the documentary and therefore must accept the consequences. Others have pointed out the sheer amount of money they received for their participation, which many believe is more than enough compensation for any perceived invasion of privacy.
Regardless of public opinion, it is clear that Harry and Meghan are feeling the pressure of constant attention and are struggling to cope with the intense scrutiny of their lives. As they continue to navigate the challenges of life in the public eye, it remains to be seen how they will handle the continued interest in their lives and their family.
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