Meghan and Harry's upcoming Netflix documentary may criticise the Royal family and even the public over the way the couple feel they have been treated.
The series is reportedly due for release on Thursday and royal sources have already claimed they expect the show would be 'Oprah with more crying.'
But a hint of what viewers may get to experience also emerged this morning in details of a conversation Harry had with a friend before the sit-down with the chat show Queen.
Senior sources told the Sun he had expected the Royal Family to find the interview 'quite shocking', and that 'those Brits need to learn a lesson.'
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex (L) and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, pictured at the annual One Young World Summit at Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, September 2022
In the interview, which drew 17.1mn viewers, Harry and Meghan said the royals had asked questions about 'how dark' their son would be, and had ignored her pleas for mental health support.
Buckingham Palace sources last night said there is mounting frustration and exhaustion at the barrage of complaints that Harry and Meghan relentlessly and publicly make about their treatment by the rest of the Royal Family.