Queen would be ‘appalled’ by Harry and Meghan doc full of ‘misinformation’

Queen Elizabeth II would have been "appalled" by the "misinformation" in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's bombshell Netflix docuseries, according to an aide to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.

Nile Gardiner was speaking to GB New's Dan Wootton when he said: "The late Queen would be absolutely appalled by Meghan and Harry's behaviour."

Wootton, a vocal critic of the Sussexes, said "so much of this is not based on fact" before saying that Gardiner called the docuseries "the biggest disinformation campaign of the past decade".

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Speaking for himself Gardiner called it "a disgrace" and a "hate-filled campaign against the British monarchy".

"[It's] also deeply insulting, I think, to the British people," he added.

"They are basically enriching themselves by using royal titles and attacking the Royal Family, attacking the British people, and all of the lies and disinformation coming out over the past couple of weeks or so on this Netflix documentary – I think it's absolutely appalling," he went on.

"I think it's a massive disinformation campaign," he repeated. "They have no evidence whatsoever for all of these ludicrous accusations," before offering no evidence to the contrary.

He added that the pair are "immensely narcissistic" and said they "care nothing at all for the British people", something – again – he offered no evidence for while Wootton nodded enthusiastically.

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The claims Gardiner aimed to rubbish were the revelations that came out in the second half of the Harry & Meghan docuseries, namely that the Duchess considered suicide and was offered no help from Buckingham Palace.

In episode four of the Netflix docuseries Doria Ragland opened up about Meghan confiding in her about her critical mental health.

"I remember her telling me that, that she had wanted to take her own life," Ragland said. "That really broke my heart."

Ragland said her daughter's mindset was heavily affected by the "vultures" in the press rounding on her.

"I was devastated," added Prince Harry. "I knew that she was struggling. We were both struggling, but I never thought that it would get to that stage."

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