Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are believed to want to tone down what they say about members of the royal family in their upcoming Netflix documentary.

    Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are working on their own documentary series with Netflix. PDO

    Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan want to edit their upcoming Netflix documentary series with Queen Elizabeth’s passing, reports Page Six.

    Harry and Meghan have been working on their documentary as part of their multi-million dollar deal with streaming service Netflix. The documentary was planned to be released in December.

    However, according to the publication, the changes that Harry and Meghan want may postpone the publication of the documentary until 2023.

    It has been reported by several sources that Harry and Meghan would like to change their statements about King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla, as well as Prince William and Princess Catherine. The couple has been involved in the editing process of the documentary even before the queen’s death.

    According to the magazine, a Hollywood source has said that there are currently plenty of discussions on the matter.

    – Harry and Meghan reportedly want to delay the release of the series until next year, the source says.

    It has been revealed from within Netflix that the streaming service would like to release the documentary as early as December.

    With Ted Sarandos (Netflix CEO) who knows Harry and Meghan, there is a lot of pressure to get the show done, the source said.

    The couple, who left the British court in 2020, have had a cool relationship with the royal family. However, King Charles is said to even believe that he could save the relationship between the duke couple and the court.

    Charles has not yet decided whether the couple’s children will receive the official titles of prince and princess. Several royal experts believe that no decision will be made until Harry and Meghan’s plans are released.

    The publication of Harry’s controversial biography has also been delayed. It is an exceptional work, as no British royal in such a high-ranking position has previously published his memoirs.