From Meghan‘s wedding dress drama to Kate‘s sisterly advice, royal TV movie gives a VERY cheeky take on the Sussexes‘ love story – but how believable do YOU think it is?
A new TV movie about Harry and Meghan‘s romance is set to thrill royal fans with its cheeky take on what might have happened behind closed doors.
Lifetime‘s Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal offers a playful, fictional account of the events immediately leading up to the in May last year – and the Sussexes‘ first few months as husband Land wife.
Ahead of the movie airing in full, was given a sneak peek and shared details on what viewers can expect.
The movie kicks off a few months before the nuptials and includes Meghan‘s move from Canada to the UK.
Lifetime‘s fictional version of events sees a thoughtful Harry ease Meghan‘s transition from actress to royal bride-to-be by welcoming her to their new Kensington Palace home with flowers, candles, Champagne and a homemade banner.
The romantic fantasy continues when it comes to Meghan telling her husband she is expecting.
The moment happens as the on-screen prince presents his wife with a new puppy – and he is able to understand she has her own important news to share simply by the way she looks at him.
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The relationship between Meghan and her sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge has been the source of widespread interest – and the same is true of Lifetime‘s version of events.
The cable movie paints the sisters-in-law as close, with Kate offering Meghan key words of advice on how to handle the attention.
‘You’ll never be able to control everything,‘ the on-screen Duchess of Cambridge says over afternoon tea.
Royal supporters are also offered a fictional take on how Meghan decided on her wedding dress.
Drawing on real-life comment on the slightly looser fit, movie Meghan explains she had once seen a bride faint in her corseted dress and so chose one that would let her ‘breathe‘.
It also features a fictional conflict over Meghan‘s decision to wed in white despite being a divorcee, and her choice of Givenchy as designer.
The movie stars American actress Tiffany Smith as the Duchess of Sussex and British star Charlie Field as Harry.
Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal premieres on May 27 on US Lifetime, also available in the UK.