The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s highly-anticipated Netflix documentary series is coming this Christmas.

Harry & Meghan, a six-part series, will be released in two volumes and the couple are promising to reveal “the truth” about their tumultuous relationships with both the Royal Family and the press.

With unprecedented access, the series will include interviews with the couple, their friends and family and gives them an opportunity to reveal what it has really been like dealing with constant press scrutiny and often near-hysterical criticism from parts of the media.

The series will reveal why the couple opted to step back from their royal duties, reflect on the Royal Family's relationship with the press and more broadly the series will look at “our world and how we treat each other”.

Here is everything you need to know about Harry & Meghan…

Harry and Meghan trailer: First look

The official trailer for the Netflix documentary series reveals how Harry & Meghan will zoom in on the press intrusion into their private lives and the constant leaking of stories they had to deal with when they were still working for the royals in an official capacity.

The trailer also highlights Harry’s fears that the couple were being treated by the media in the same way as his mother, the late Princess Diana.

“I was terrified. I didn’t want history to repeat himself,” says Harry.

“No one knows the full truth. We know the full truth.”

What is the Harry and Meghan release date?

Harry & Meghan Volume 1 is released on Netflix on Thursday, 8 December.

Volume 2 follows on Thursday, 15 December.

How many Harry and Meghan episodes are there?

There will be six episodes in the documentary series.

Who is the Harry and Meghan director?

Harry and Meghan filming their Netflix documentary series Netflix

The series is directed by Luz Garbus, who has previously worked on documentaries The Farm: Angola, USA, What Happened, Miss Simone? And Becoming Cousteau.

Her credits also include directing on The Handmaid’s Tale and producing Ariana Grande’s Excuse Me, I Love You concert film.

She was nominated for an Academy Award for What Happened, Miss Simone? in 2016 and won the Peabody Award for the same film.

Watch Harry and Meghan Volume 1 on Thursday, 8 December.

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