After the explosive Netflix documentary about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was released, EastEnders actress Tamzin Outhwaite expressed her concerns for the couple.
Tamzin Outhwaite, 52, used Twitter last night to express her opinions on the eagerly awaited Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
final three episodes of Harry & Meghan were made available to the public on Thursday, during which time the couple revealed a number of details about their lives both before and after leaving The Firm.
After watching the docuseries, Tamzin acknowledged to her 269,500 followers that she was “anxious” and “fearful” for the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex.
Why is she feeling so worried about Harry and Meghan?
“Why do I still worry that they won’t be content? Why do I worry about Harry?
Why are they occupying so much of my mind? Why do I keep having second thoughts about them?
The Mel Owen actress asked herself, “Why do I care SO MUCH?”
The couple discussed their legal battle with the Mail on Sunday over the publication of letters between Meghan and her father Thomas Markle in episode six, which featured a shocking revelation.
The Duke of Sussex asserted that he thought the publication was to blame for Meghan and Harry’s miscarriage during the ordeal.
Meghan said, “I was pregnant.” I was really having trouble sleeping, and the morning we moved into our new house was the day I miscarried.
Prince Harry said, “I think what The Mail did caused my wife to have a miscarriage.
He went on: “I kept an eye on everything. Do we really know that’s what caused the miscarriage, though? We obviously don’t.
“However, taking into consideration the stress that was generated, the lack of sleep, and the timing of the pregnancy, how far along was she?
“I can say from what I saw that what they were trying to do to her caused the miscarriage.”
Meghan continued by explaining why she thought it was crucial to share her experience.
“When I share details that are vulnerable, such as having experienced a miscarriage and possibly feeling ashamed about it, people often say things like, “It’s okay, you’re human.
“It’s acceptable to discuss that. And I could decide to never discuss those topics, or I could decide to say, “Despite all the negative aspects of this, the positive aspect is being able to assist others.”
“Isn’t that what life is all about? Community and connection in that way.”
With more viewers in its first week than any other documentary on the streaming service, Harry and Meghan has grown to be Netflix’s biggest documentary ever.
In the week after their release, the first three episodes received 81.55 million viewing hours worldwide.
According to Netflix, the series was watched by more than 28 million households, and it ranked in the top 10 in 85 different countries.
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