Harry and Meghan doc leaves Netflix viewers wanting to 'stab out their eyes' just minutes into new episodes | The Sun

THE second instalment of Harry and Meghan's Netflix documentary has left viewers wanting to 'stab out their eyes'.

The final three episodes from their highly controversial series dropped this morning.

As members of the Royal Family are understood to be watching the series, so are the British public.

And it wasn't long before bombshells were dropped – as Meghan accused the Royals of racism.

She said: "There was this moment where our private secretary, she worked with the Queen for almost 20 years I think, and what she said to me was it's like this [wave motion] fish swimming perfectly, powerful, it's on the right current, and then one day this organism comes in.

She continued: "This foreign organism and the entire thing goes [eyes to the side and squeak]. What is that? What is it doing here? It doesn't look like us, it doesn't move like us. We don't like it, get it off of us."

The 60-minute episodes cover Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding in 2018.

Private correspondence about the Sussexes being leaked, which ultimately resulted in Megxit is included in the programme.

However, the series has left viewers wanting to 'stab their eyes out' just minutes into the second volume as they shared their criticism.

Taking to social media, one said: "3 minutes into Harry & Meghan episode 4 and im wanting to stab myself in the eye."

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Another posted: "Some popup news alert started with the words "Follow Harry and Meghan live" and now I want to eat my own face."

in the last five minutes of the final episode Harry has admitted he "misses the UK & weird family gatherings" in a bombshell revelation as he discussed why he moved to California.

The clips have been released exactly one week after the first three episodes – and the dust is still yet to settle.

It has been released as the couple are being accused to peddling "conspiracies" and claiming lies were told to protect others.

Meghan was last night accused of peddling conspiracy theories in her latest bid to smear the Royal Family.

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