Harry and Meghan take aim at media in highly anticipated Netflix documentary

Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, have taken aim at Britain's media and promised to recall their experiences of their bitter split from the British royal family, in their highly anticipated Netflix documentary series.

The project, "Harry & Meghan," was released on Thursday after months of speculation that the couple would star in a tell-all series.

In a video diary shown in the first episode, recorded shortly after the pair finished their final royal duties in March 2020, Harry said: "It's really hard to look back on it now and go, what on earth happened? Like how did we end up here?"

He said he became "genuinely concerned for the safety of my family."

Buckingham Palace will likely be braced for the fallout from the series, after sustained tensions between Harry and his father, King Charles, and brother, Prince William.

Harry took aim at the British media within the first few minutes of the show. "No one knows that full truth. We know the full truth, the institution knows the full truth, and the media knows the full truth because they've been in on it," Harry said.