The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s recent Netflix series has been announced as the streaming service’s second-highest ranked documentary ever.
The first three episodes of Harry & Meghan were released on 8 December, followed by the final three a week later, in the lead-up to the publication of the duke’s controversial memoir Spare.
Reporting its fourth-quarter earnings, Netflix revealed it had gained 7.7 million subscribers during the October-December period, which included the debut of an ad-supported option for $7 (£5.65) per month.
Both Buckingham and Kensington Palace have remained silent over the allegations in the documentary series, which included Harry saying that the Prince of Wales left him terrified after screaming and shouting at him during the Sandringham summit.
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The duke, 38, claimed that Kensington Palace “lied to protect my brother” when it issued a statement denying a story William had bullied him out of the Royal Family.
He also accused his father, King Charles, of lying at the tense Megxit crisis meeting with the Queen in January 2020.
Harry’s autobiographical book Spare had no shortage of explosive revelations either, which became the fastest-selling non-fiction book in the UK since records began in 1998 after its release on 10 January.
The duke has used the 550-plus pages of Spare to make headline-dominating claims including accusing William of physically attacking him and teasing him