There’s been a lot of conversation about the timing of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s docuseries trailer—specifically, the fact that it was dropped right in the middle of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s trip to Boston. So, was this a purposeful attempt to “steal” the spotlight from the Walses? Depends on who you talk to.

Page Six chatted to several sources about the trailer’s timing, one of whom described it as a “coordinated campaign” to overshadow Kate and William’s trip (lol k), and another who said Meghan and Harry had nothing to do with it.

The first “palace insider” told the outlet that “If the Sussexes are worried they’ll look diminished and less credible in comparison to the Prince and Princess of Wales’ first overseas tour in this new era, they’ve overplayed their hand with a string of PR announcements designed to clash with Waleses’ visit this week.”

However, Page Six spoke source to another source who insisted Meghan and Harry had “nothing to do with the timing of the docuseries trailer” and that it was fully decided upon by Netflix execs. This source stressed that the Sussexes actually wanted the trailer for Harry & Meghan to be released on Monday, November 28 (two days before Kate and William arrived in Boston), not Thursday, December 1.

As for what will be included in the show, Netflix’s press release states that it consists of six episodes which will “explore the clandestine days” of the couples’ early courtship, as well as the “challenges that led to them feeling forced to step back from their full-time roles in the institution.” Meghan & Harry will also feature “commentary from friends and family, most of whom have never spoken publicly before about what they witnessed,” so it should have a lot of new information!

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