The primary trailer for Lifetime’s “Harry & Meghan: Escaping the Palace” has been launched and it teases that “not all fairytales have the proper ending.”
The film is ready to air within the fall on the channel identified for its extremely tacky and dramatic films.
“Escaping the Palace” is the third Lifetime movie retelling the story of the previous royals, this time specializing in their extremely publicized exit from the British royal household, dubbed “Megxit.”
And as with most of its films, Lifetime’s iteration of the story spares no drama.
The trailer begins with Jordan Dean as Prince Harry vowing to guard Sydney Morton as Meghan Markle. “I see you actually being hounded to dying and I’m helpless to cease it,” he says within the teaser.
“I’m the one that is powerful and will get issues proper,” the fictional Meghan responds as she seems over the movie’s child Archie.
The couple then tells one another, “I can’t lose you.”
Jordan Whalen will return as Prince William, Laura Mitchell as Kate Middleton, Steve Coulter as Prince Charles and Maggie Sullivan as Queen Elizabeth II, in line with Leisure Tonight.
The official logline of the film informs viewers that the movie will recount “what actually occurred contained in the palace that drove Harry and Meghan to depart all the pieces behind with a purpose to make a future for themselves and their son Archie.”
Lifetime additionally guarantees that it’ll “element Meghan’s rising isolation and unhappiness, their disappointment that ‘The Agency’ was not defending them towards the press’s assaults and Harry’s worry that historical past would repeat itself and he wouldn’t be capable of defend his spouse and son from the identical forces that brought on his mom’s premature dying.”
The film can also be set to delve into the non-public feud between Harry and his brother Prince William and their father Prince Charles, as effectively the battle between Meghan and her sister-in-law, Duchess Kate.
Lifetime beforehand launched movies in regards to the royal couple in 2018 (“Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance”) and 2019 (“Harry & Meghan: Changing into Royal”).
The most recent iteration may also re-create Harry and Meghan’s bombshell interview with Oprah in March, during which they had been open about their struggles and resolution to depart the royal household. Queen Elizabeth II has reportedly been “deeply upset” by Prince Harry’s oversharing.