Zoe Ball slams backlash over her discussing Harry and Meghan

Harry & Meghan: First look at final three Netflix episodes

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Zoe Ball has hit back at a listener who sent her an angry message after she discussed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s documentary on her show. Today, the royal pair released their headline-grabbing series which has certainly been a talking point on social media.

Ahead of its release, Zoe, 52, told listeners about what she knew about the documentary so far, but one listener wasn’t impressed.

As she went on to share snippets from the episodes on her BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show today, she explained: “Now, I’m going to talk about Harry and Meghan’s documentary that has landed on Netflix this morning.

“The last time I mentioned this, I got an angry message from a lady saying, ‘Shame on you Zoe Ball!'”

The presenter went on to clarify that she doesn’t share her own personal opinion on her show, but has a duty to inform her listeners about the latest news.

“So, if that lady wants to write to me again… I’m sure she will,” she added before swiftly moving on.

Zoe went on to play some audio clips from the couple’s documentary, including the moment the pair revealed that they met on Instagram.

The presenter gushed over the Prince as she likened his laugh to sounding like Elaine Paige. 

On Friday, she seemed to be stunned when she shared the trailer for the first time with her listeners.

As the clip concluded, she was heard drawing back a breath as she uttered: “My goodness me.”

She went on to say: “The 59 second trailer has pictures and videos of them both that we have never seen before.

“One of Meghan crying. One of them dancing. Whatever you think I’m sure you will all be watching.”

Netflix said the documentary will offer an “unprecedented and in-depth” look into the married couple’s lives.

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The statement adds: “Across six episodes, the series explores the clandestine days of their early courtship and the challenges that led to them feeling forced to step back from their full-time roles in the institution.”

So far in the first three episodes aired, Harry and Meghan have given fans an insight into their romance before it went public.

The former Suits star said things soon took a turn when her identity became known to the press.

Within days, the couple discussed how she became a target of abuse and was hounded by paparazzi.

Harry said such actions reminded him of how his late mother Princess Diana was treated.

He said to the camera: “To see another woman in my life, that I love, go through this feeding frenzy, that’s hard.

“It is basically the hunter versus the prey.”

The Duke of Sussex went on to say dating Meghan “became a combination of car chases, anti-surveillance driving and disguises, which isn’t a particularly healthy way to start a relationship but we always came at it with as much humour as possible.”

The pair tied the knot in 2018 and share two children together; Archie, three, and Lilibet, one. 

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