Meghan Markle is no stranger to controversy and fans are about to get an inside look at how her race played into some of her struggles as the wife of Prince Harry.

Vice TV will be releasing an hour-long documentary special titled “Meghan Markle Escaping The Crown,” Variety reports. The project features palace sources, who give insight into the injustices the Duchess of Sussex faced in the time leading up to her and Harry’s royal departure.

As The Wrap reports, the official description for the documentary reads: “The hour-long special takes a deep dive into the rapid rise and unraveling of the Duchess of Sussex, investigating the role that the monarchy and British tabloid media have played in vilifying Britain’s first black princess. As the saga continues with Harry and Meghan’s loss of royal branding, the documentary confronts issues of race, prejudice, and obsession in a story that now threatens to upend one of the longest-running institutions in the world, featuring exclusive interviews with palace insiders and experts including William and Harry’s former butler, the American wives of the British aristocracy, and royal correspondents.”

The trailer for the documentary premiered on the Vice YouTube channel Thursday.

“I did not have any understanding of what it would be like,” Markle said of her life as a part of the royal family in the teaser.

The project will kick off the start of Vice’s “Vice Versa” docuseries, which gives “radical and unapologetic points of view” a platform and explores “broken systems and corrupt power structures.”

“'Meghan Markle Escaping The Crown' is a prime example of a point of view you won’t hear elsewhere – we’re tackling this subject in a confrontational way to say what’s really happening,” said Morgan Hertzan, executive vice president and general manager of Vice Television, The Wrap reports.

The company will debut “Meghan Markle: Escaping The Crown” on its cable channel and app on March 10 at 9 p.m. EST.

Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attends the annual Remembrance Sunday memorial at The Cenotaph on Nov. 10, 2019, in London, England. Chris Jackson/Getty Images