Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s much-hyped Netflix documentary has dropped several bombshells on major issues within the Royal Family.
Huge royal revelations included claims from the Duke of Sussex that King Charles leaked stories to the press, the Duchess of Sussex admitting she was unprepared to meet Queen Elizabeth, and Harry accusing Prince William of “screaming and shouting” at him.
But despite the six episodes providing several explosive talking points, there is a lot that remains unanswered about the saga that unfolded within The Firm surrounding Megxit.
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The Daily Star has taken a look at some of the biggest questions that still hang over the Sussexes and Buckingham Palace.
Who made Meghan cry?
Widely-reported claims before the documentary addressed a moment that Meghan was supposedly left in tears by a member of the Royal Family during wedding preparations with Harry.
Reports alleged that it was Kate Middleton who left the former Suits actress in tears over a bridesmaid dress argument.
Fans were eager to learn more about the saga – but were left disappointed as it wasn’t addressed in the documentary, with it still remaining unclear which member of The Firm supposedly opened Meghan’s floodgates.
What really happened during Tiara-gate?
An infamous argument was reported to have erupted between the Sussexes and top royal aide Angela Kelly over the tiara that Meghan would wear on her wedding day.
Biographer Omid Scobie claimed the Duchess of Sussex was stood up by Kelly after flying in a personal hair stylist from New York to make preparations for the event.
But despite the huge implications of the fallout, it wasn’t mentioned throughout the six-part series and fans are still scratching their heads over why and how the argument unfolded.
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Which senior royal asked about Archie’s skin colour?
One of the most damaging claims made by Meghan and Harry in the royal race row was that a top member of the Royal Family asked what complexion the first Sussex child would be born with.
The pair didn’t name who it was, prompting a flurry of rumours and reigniting a feud over racism in the Royal Family.
And it seems the Sussexes are sticking to their decision to not reveal who was behind the alleged comments, with the Netflix series not exposing the individual responsible.
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Why was the Sandringham summit such a disaster?
The Duke of Sussex admitted that a huge "wedge" emerged between him and his brother at Sandringham summit where they discussed his future.
He accused the future King of yelling in front of the monarch and added that Charles was not being truthful during the exchange.
"It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me, and my father saying things that simply weren’t true, and my grandmother quietly sitting there and taking it all in," he claimed.
But a precious lack of detail was provided over what had made William so angry, with royal fans eager to know more about one of the biggest turning points in the Sussexes leaving their roles at Buckingham Palace.
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What comes next for Harry and Meghan?
Despite the Sussexes repeatedly claiming they want to focus on their future and move on from the past, the vast majority of the documentary only discussed the events in the run up to leaving The Firm.
The couple, who live in California, have pocketed millions of pounds from deals with Netflix and Spotify and Meghan has even penned a kid’s book.
Yet it remains to be seen whether the Sussexes will attempt to repair royal relations or release yet more information about their time in the monarchy, and how they will continue to find their lifestyle as they remain financially independent.
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