The royal family is bracing for a highly-damaging account of Prince Harry and Meghan's grievances that led them to quit frontline duties and move to the United States


  • Angela Levin accused Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of aiming to become king and queen themselves
  • Prince Harry's biographer added that there is no going back for the Duke of Sussex following his Netflix docuseries
  • The "Harry: A Biography of a Prince" author added that the docuseries put the royal family in the most awkward spot

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle allegedly intend to ruin the institution, according to a royal biographer following the release of the recent trailer for their Netflix documentary.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex received another round of backlash following the release of the second teaser for their documentary on Netflix. British journalist and biographer Angela Levin accused the pair of trying to ruin the monarchy because the newly released promo seemingly took a swipe at the royal hierarchy.

"Meghan and Harry are all out to destroy the monarchy and everybody in it," Levin told The Sun. "Perhaps with the aim of becoming King and Queen themselves - it's never going to happen, it's a fairy tale."

Many felt that the Sussexes were aiming at the firm in the promo because Prince Harry said, "It's really hard looking back on it and thinking 'what on earth happened?' There's a hierarchy of the family." Levin added that the project could worsen the Sussexes' already strained relationship with the royal family.

"It is no going back for Harry now. I think it's already past that line," the author of "Harry: A Biography of a Prince" continued. "Where's his proof? Look at Harry, really absolutely slicing people into small pieces. If you're going to make statements like that you need to have written proof."

Levin has worked closely with Prince Harry for years for the latter's biography. However, she admitted that what she witnessed from the royal prince was "beyond shocking," adding that "I'm fed up with it."

"It puts the royal family in the most awkward spot. They don't want to get embroiled in a live row - especially not with someone who is in the family," she added.

GB News host Nana Akua echoed the same sentiment after watching the first promo released by Netflix Thursday, a day before Prince William and Kate Middleton's green carpet event in Boston. For her, the first trailer was "hardly authentic" and was intended to destroy the British monarchy.

"They talk about the high stakes, what stakes?" the TV host said on GB News reacting to Markle's statement at the end of the promo. "They've got nothing left to lose. Dignity went out with the Oprah Winfrey interview. How I get it, the stakes that they're driving is through the heart of the monarchy in the hope of destroying the institution. The only thing is, their very commercial existence relies on it to succeed."

Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Duke and Duchess of Sussex, at a gala at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York City, U.S.