THIS is what to expect from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's £88million Netflix documentary.
The streaming giant today released the trailer for the long-awaited documentary – which is set to hit screens in just one week's time.
For the entire lead up to the documentary, most details have been under wraps, and what has been released has been revealed slowly.
But there are times Netflix camera and audio crews have been spotted following Harry and Meghan – giving an insight into what we may see on screen.
And while the couple had been told they were not allowed to film at the late Queen's funeral, there is a chance they got their hands on footage.
The 59-second trailer reveals never before seen photos and videos of the pair – including Meghan crying, and she and Harry dancing.
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At the start of the trailer, the pair are asked: "Why did you want to make this documentary?"
Harry says: "Nobody sees what's happening behind closed doors.
"I had to do everything I could to protect my family."
And, Meghan responds: "When the stakes are this high doesn't it make more sense to hear our story from us?"
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But, outside of those 59 seconds, what should we expect over the six documentary episodes?
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex previously promised to offer an insight into their "love story" on the show.
And Meghan had teased her fans by vowing to share parts of her life she has never been able to before.
Meanwhile, it is highly unlikely any other members of the Royal Family will make an appearance in the show.
Meghan and Harry had been banned from bringing Netflix cameras to any of the public elements of the late Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebration when they flew over in June.
And no camera crews were allowed at Her Majesty's funeral in September, or during the period of mourning that followed.
But, the couple are likely to address the Queen's death – and could access BBC footage of her state funeral.
Harry and Meghan are expected to discuss other members of the Royal family, including King Charles, Camilla and Prince William, as they did during their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Meanwhile, there have been times the pair have been photographed wearing mics, with their camera crews trailing behind.
It comes as…
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- An unseen photo of pregnant Meghan and image of her looking distraught were released
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- Piers Morgan slammed the Sussexes new documentary series as 'repulsive'
- Viewers all said the same thing about the explosive documentary
- Meghan revealed real reason why she made the documentary
- It was revealed how Lady Susan Hussey reacted to Meghan and Harry’s wedding
- Remarks to a black charity boss by top royal aide Susan Hussey were offensive and wrong
Last year, the couple seen with a videographer in New York, sparking rumours they were recording their work there.
A cameraman closely followed the pair around the city and even ran ahead of them for the perfect shot before they toured the 9/11 Memorial, according to Page Six.
Harry and Meghan also brought photographer Matt Sayles to capture key moments on their visit to the Big Apple in September last year.
Elsewhere, the prince appeared to be miked up at restaurant Melba's, and eagle-eyed fans spotted a similar wire during a reading of Meghan's book in Harlem.
Then, in April this year, Netflix followed Meghan and Harry around at the Invictus Games in The Hague, Netherlands.
The 30-strong crew got exclusive behind-the-scenes footage for a special Invictus series, but some clips may well appear next week.
There was also speculation that Meghan was wearing a secret mic during the Queen's memorial, but the wild theory was quickly shut down.
In recent months a royal expert claimed Harry and Meghan wanted to delay the release of their show as they feared their public image could be shattered if they appeared to be endorsing The Crown.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also reportedly requested a delay to the show – putting them at loggerheads with Netflix chiefs.
The couple are understood to have wanted to push the controversial TV series back to 2023 amid backlash over the new series of The Crown.
There was also drama surrounding allegations the show's director reportedly quit over creative differences.
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Oscar-nominated Garrett Bradley was originally hired for the bombshell series, but the three are said to have butted heads.
Just last week the release date was revealed by Page Six, who said the documentary would hit screens on December 8.
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