Prince William will soon be portrayed as the new villain after the much talked about and controversial new television film regarding Harry and Meghan’s exit hits the big screens.
Shocking new clips and advertisements were recently revealed, bringing a whole new twist to an already hyped-up TV film.
Now, the new promotional pictures display the actors playing both Harry and William as they begin to get into a heated argument with the Duke of Sussex giving his future King brother a good lesson or two on speaking up.
In the clip, Harry can be seen berating his older brother for remaining silent on the topic of racism and failing to address the madness that’s going on around him. But the shocking plot or twist comes in when William makes a few scruffs regarding comments on baby Archie’s skin tone.
The shocking footage comes just a few days after jaw-dropping scenes featuring Meghan Markle involved in a horrifying car accident took center stage, with many comparing it to Princess Diana’s tragic car crash, which took away her life.
Referred to by many as the dream sequence, the 40-year-old gets tangled up in a serious car crash, just like her mother-in-law, sparking great fury and uproar amongst the masses.
Titled as ‘Escaping the Palace,’ the movie will focus upon dramatizing the Susessexes in a manner that hasn’t ever been done before.
And that includes some pretty controversial and conscious uncoupling scenes as the exit the Royal family.The time frame is just after the birth of their son Archie, as revealed in a recent synopsis by inside experts.
The role of Prince Harry is being portrayed by actor Jordan Dean while Prince William is being portrayed by actor Jordan Whalen.
Shocking dialogues from the argument between the two brothers see William referring to Meghan as an American who behaves more like a celeb than a royal and that infuriates Harry further.
With so much suspense building up with promotions like these, viewers are gearing up for a true cinematic showdown, with expectations rising to new peaks as we speak.