Harry And Meghan Use Photo From Harry Potter Premiere To Claim They Are Harassed

(RoyalPatriot.com )- The odious Meghan Markle and her lapdog husband Prince Harry’s new Netflix docuseries premiered this week, and even before it premiered, the series was already facing harsh criticism.

It was reported this week that an image used in the teaser for the series to ostensibly show how Prince Harry and Meghan were hounded by paparazzi wasn’t an image of paparazzi stalking the couple at all.

The teaser for Netflix’s “Harry and Meghan” uses a black-and-white photograph showing a crowd of photographers as Harry is heard saying, “I had to do everything I could to protect my family,” seemingly implying that Harry was protecting them from the British tabloids and paparazzi.

But according to the UK Sun, the black-and-white photo had nothing to do with Harry and Meghan. Instead, it depicted a group of photographers getting pictures of the cast at the 2011 London premiere of the film “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two.”

The bank of photographers was actually taking pictures of Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling and cast members Daniel Radcliff, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint.

Prince Harry and his shrewish missus didn’t meet until five years after that picture was taken and neither of them attended the 2011 Harry Potter premiere.

The UK Sun reported that the image used in the Netflix series was a stock image from Alamy.

UK Sun photographer Doug Seeburg, who appears in the photo, told the outlet that the Netflix trailer for the Meghan and Harry series implies that the photographers were trying to get pictures of the couple, “but that’s nonsense.”

Seeburg accused the producers of the Netflix series of “lazy picture research.”

It was expected that the “Harry and Meghan” series would include the usual attacks on the Royal Family and allegations of so-called “racism.”

And if Thursday’s premiere is any indication, the expectations were on target.

In one scene, the rude, arrogant Meghan dismissively mocked having to curtsy to her husband’s late grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.