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New Documentary Stirs Up Trouble Among the Members of the British Royal Family

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"Experts say the palace are concerned and horrified by content of interviews," writes the Daily Mail in its coverage of the new documentary, An African Journey. The first-ever movie to shed light on the everyday difficulties faced by royal family members, the piece raised eyebrows within 24 hours of its release. 

Featuring one-on-one interviews with journalist Tom Bradbury, the Meghan Markle documentary has already stirred up some trouble. Want to know more about the piece? Of course you do. 

What does An African Journey revolve around? 

On Sept. 23, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry set out with their son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor on their first official outing in South Africa. During the 10-day-long journey they visited Botswana, Angola, and Malawi, and met with the public figures like South African cleric, Desmond Tutu. 

An African Journey captures this time period, and it also features footage of the two candidly discussing the complications they face on an everyday basis.