Prince Harry, wife Meghan Markle, mother-in-law Doria Ragland and their young family's dramatic "freedom flight" from Canada to California is captured in the latest episodes of Netflix docuseries Harry & Meghan.
Taking viewers all the way back to March 14 2020, the 38 year old royal tells the camera with a huge grin: "We are on the freedom flight, we are leaving Canada and we are headed to Los Angeles [puts finger to mouth]," before offering a tour of their luxurious craft.
"Here's Grandma…" he says, revealing Meghan's mum, 66, sat by the window while two pet dogs happily roam around them.
The scene then cuts back to Harry's face, where he hails the selflessness of "another amazing friend who we've never met" for providing his loved ones with the means in which to quickly relocate.
Earlier this week, royal expert Jennie Bond exclusively explained to OK! why she believes Harry and Meghan decided to go ahead with this six-part project.
"I thought there may have been a clue as to why they’re doing this in the latest trailer – when Harry says something along the lines of ‘You’ve got to finish the first chapter before you can move to the second'," she pointed out.
“So, clearly he feels – in California speak – that he needs ‘closure’.”
Caveating, Jennie argued that they'd already begun their next chapter, in that they've permanently switched over to Californian life with kids Archie and Lilibet.
"They’re happy. They’ve got the life they’d always wanted. You can see that in the documentary. They’re disrupting their own happiness."
Elsewhere in the last three episodes, the couple discuss their experiences of life in the 'firm', with former actress Meghan admitting she felt like she was being “fed to the wolves”.
Today’s Harry & Meghan episodes complete the Sussexes’ Netflix documentary series.
The first three instalments also proved to be jam-packed with bombshells, with Harry saying the Palace told him to remain quiet about how Meghan was treated and the Duchess’s mum, Doria, speaking out for the first time.
Controversially, the episodes also featured the late Princess Diana’s Panorama interview.
Amid their release, Royals including King Charles, Prince William and Kate Middleton have adopted a ‘Keep calm and carry on’ approach, declining to officially comment on any of the Sussexes’ claims and maintaining business as usual.
On Thursday night, the Royals will assemble at the Princess of Wales' Together at Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey, which will be screened on ITV on Christmas Eve.
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