New clip of Harry and Meghan’s engagement interview when they thought cameras were off

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry shared a rare glimpse into their relationship in an unseen clip of the pair during their 2017 engagement interview.

Harry got down on one knee to now-wife Meghan in an intimate proposal on the grounds of Kensington Palace and later announced their exciting news to the world.

This followed with a sit-down interview with the BBC, where the pair appeared very scripted.

When the cameras weren’t rolling, however, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were all giggles in a sweet moment.

In the unseen clip that’s surfaced in light of their bombshell Netflix docuseries, Meghan, 41, and Harry, 38, held each other’s hand and laughed at something.

The former Suits actress then slapped Harry’s leg as she theatrically held out her arm while the prince pulled a goofy face.

The pair then went more serious as they were given guidance from someone out of the shot.

The royals have given fans a glimpse into their lives since their decision to step down as senior members of the Royal Family in their new Netflix programme.

As well as on-screen interviews, Harry and Meghan have been filming content on their phones for the last couple of years.

One behind-the-scenes clip that’s part of the docuseries is the moment Harry boarded his “freedom flight”.

In a new trailer for Harry & Meghan, the pair can be seen opening up about life after stepping down as senior members of the royal family.

Prince Harry says: "I wonder what would have happened to us had we not got out when we did."

Meghan then adds: "Our security was being pulled, everyone in the world knew where we were."

"I said we need to get out of here," Harry recalls. Speaking from an aeroplane to his phone camera, the Duke says: "We are on the freedom flight."

The trailer then flicks to Prince Harry saying: "To see this institutional gaslighting."

"I wasn't being thrown to the wolves, I was being fed to the wolves," Meghan adds.

The second part of their tell-all series is set to drop on Netflix tomorrow, Thursday 15 December.

In the wake of the programme, Harry’s thought to have been advised to not attend his father King Charles’ upcoming coronation.

A number of high profile sources, including one former Cabinet Minister have said the couple should “categorically not be” at next year’s Coronation, which will see Charles formally crowned the King on May 6th.


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