Harry and Meghan: The Sussexes release new Netflix trailer on the same day Kate Middleton honours the Queen

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Kate’s Christmas Carol event has been overshadowed by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new Netflix trailer

Prince Harry and Meghan went viral on social media after releasing the trailer for part 2 of their controversial Netflix docuseries on Monday.

The Sussexes’ latest bombshell claims about life inside of the Royal Family come as Kate Middleton is preparing for the Together at Christmas event in honour of the Queen at Westminster Abbey.

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Wearing a festive red dress the Princess of Wales, 40, filmed a video for ITV at Windsor Castle to promote the carol service that will air on Christmas Eve.

The festive preparations have been overshadowed by the new release of Harry and Meghan’s part 2 trailer for their Netflix documentary.

The second installment follows the couple leaving the UK dubbed “Megxit”. In the trailer the Duke of Sussex is seen on a plane smiling and says that they are on their “freedom flight” as they talk about “institutional gaslighting.

The Duchess of Sussex describes how she “wasn’t being thrown to the wolves”, as the saying goes but said she was being “fed to the wolves”.

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Harry and Meghan’s explosive sequel is sure to upset the Royal family as the release of the new trailer has come on the same day that Kate is honouring the Queen.

The first three episodes of the docuseries were dropped on Thursday (8 December) and followed the couple’s meeting and engagement. The episodes featured first hand accounts from Harry and Meghan as they fought against media intrusion.

The royals have yet to comment on the Netflix series and sources claim they won’t be watching it.

Together at the Christmas event sees members of the Royal Family including Prince William , King Charles and the Queen Consort Camilla celebrating the Queen’s decades of service to the country.

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The event also pays tribute to community leaders from around the UK.

Kensington Palace said: “The inspirational guests who have been invited to the Abbey in recognition of their tireless work to help and care for those around them.”

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Readers at the event will include Dame Kristin Scott Thomas, Hugh Bonneville and Kadeena Cox, while along with carols from the choir. There will be music from Craig David ad a special duet from Alfie Boe and Mel C.

This will be the first year King Charles will do a Christmas day speech. The Queen’s first televised Christamas day speech was in 1957 from Sandringham house.

Together at Christmas will be available to watch on ITV at 7pm on Christmas Eve.

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