‘Two hours of life WASTED!’ criticized Lifetime’s ‘Harry & Meghan: Escaping the Palace.’


‘Two hours of life WASTED!’ criticized Lifetime’s ‘Harry & Meghan: Escaping the Palace.’

The overdramatization of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s suffering at Windsor Castle has enraged Twitter users.

The final installment of Lifetime’s Harry & Meghan tale has here, and it’s… interesting. Overdramatization of facts is one thing, but outright fabricating and twisting facts into a different story is a heinous crime. Not to minimize the Sussexes’ difficulties, but even social media is having a hard time believing that anything depicted in ‘Harry & Meghan: Escaping the Palace’ is accurate. So much so that some individuals are claiming that watching the film was essentially “waste of two hours of their lives.”

The much-anticipated film, which premiered on Lifetime on Monday, September 6, had already sparked controversy days before its premiere due to a frightening car crash scene. The sequence featured Meghan Markle (Sydney Morton) trapped beneath a collapsed automobile, evoking many people’s memories of Princess Diana’s terrible car accident. The film has been heavily criticized for the connections formed, however it turns out that it was only a nightmare for the film’s Prince Harry (Jordan Dean). But that wasn’t enough to divert attention away from the absurdity with which the writers have exaggerated Harry and Meghan’s real-life suffering.

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Of course, the film delves into other important aspects of the royal family, such as Prince Andrew’s alleged relationship with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. The video also delves into Meghan’s shocking Oprah Winfrey interview, in which she accused members of the royal family of racism against her unborn baby, Archie. There was also a heated exchange between Princes Harry and William, in which the latter asserts that the issue isn’t Meghan’s race, but rather the American culture that encourages her to act more like a celebrity than a royal.

All of this has sparked a social media flurry of disdain and anger, with individuals pointing out the film’s destructive overtones, fearing that many people will assume everything in real life happened the way Lifetime portrays it. “What is really alarming is that there are people who are going to accept Meghan & Harry Escaping the Palace as reality,” one fan lamented on Twitter. Another person stated: “That concludes our discussion. Harry and Meghan: Escaping the Palace was a waste of two hours of my life.” What’s worse scarier is that there are people who want to kidnap Meghan and Harry. Brinkwire News in a Nutshell


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