Harry and Meghan didn’t expect ‘negative feedback’ after ‘enjoying sympathy’ from public

But the royal couple “did not expect” the negative criticism of Harry’s bombshell memoir.

Ms Arbiter told TalkTV: “It’s very difficult to speak for Harry and Meghan in terms of what their overall objective was with the Netflix docuseries, with the book.

“I think Harry with his book in particular was very keen to get his side of the story across so mission accomplished in that regard.

“He doesn’t hold anything back as anyone who has read the book knows, he’s very willing to share every facet of his life.

“In that regard, I think yes, he has achieved his objective but I don’t think the book was received quite how he was hoping.

“There are people that remain hugely sympathetic to him but there’s been a lot of criticism so, the broader public is talking about him in a way that I think he perhaps didn’t anticipate.

“I think they thought there would be a similar level of sympathy to that following the Oprah interview so I think they probably have been quite shocked.

“Americans in general are a sympathetic bunch and I am generalising when I say that and I think Harry and Meghan have enjoyed that level of sympathy that they perhaps weren’t given in the UK.

“But I think they will have been shocked by some of the negative pushback, I don’t think that was expected it at all.”

It comes as Harry’s popularity sunk to a record low following a number of claims about the royal family in his book, according to a new poll.


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