Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s explosive ITV documentary is set to air across the world with broadcasters in Europe, Australia and Africa picking up the programme
- Harry and Meghan: An African Journey is set to be aired across the world
- Picked up by broadcasters in Africa, Europe, Australia and New Zealand
- The couple spoke to ITN News At Ten host Tom Bradby on their tour of Africa
- Meghan Markle told of difficulties at being in the spotlight in ITV documentary
- Harry spoke of his mother's death and 'putting on a brave face' for his royal work
- Queen and senior royals are 'very worried' about Meghan and Harry's media war
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's explosive ITV documentary is set to be watched by viewers across the world, as broadcasters in Europe, Australia and Africa want to air the documentary.
The Duke, 35, and Duchess of Sussex, 38, revealed their struggles at being in the spotlight and discussed their 'unfair' scrutiny in an explosive documentary called 'Harry and Meghan: An African Journey' that aired on ITV on Sunday night.
While according to Variety the documentary has been picked up by broadcasters for countries across Europe and Africa, as well as Australia and New Zealand.
The news comes amid reports that the Queen and senior royals, including Prince William, 37, are 'very worried' about Meghan and Prince Harry.
Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle's explosive documentary 'Meghan and Harry: An African Journey' is set to air across the world as broadcasters have snapped up deals to air the project
Produced by ITN Productions together with ITV News, Meghan and Harry: An African Journey aired on Sunday night in the UK and will be shown on ABC in the US tomorrow night.
But it has now been reported the documentary will broadcast around the world, as networks have snapped up the chance to air the emotional programme.
Network 10 has bought it for Australia, while TVNZ has acquired it in New Zealand.
Meanwhile in Europe, TV2 has acquired the documentary for Denmark, RTL for the Netherlands, and Medialaan for Belgium.
The documentary saw Meghan admit that she had 'no idea' of the struggles she would deal with as a member of the Royal Family
BBC Studios Lifestyle channel has bought it for Africa and Poland.
Harry told presenter Tom Bradby how he still struggles to deal with the 'incredibly raw' death of his mother, Princess Diana.
He also admitted that his anxieties require 'constant management' and said felt he and his brother were on 'different paths'.
He made the comments in the TV documentary where he also attacked the press over the public scrutiny that he and wife Meghan Markle have faced.
Prince Harry refused to deny reports of a rift between himself and brother William in a candid interview, commenting that they were 'on different paths at the moment'
Meghan meanwhile told of the the pressure of life in the spotlight, saying she had 'no idea' of the struggles she would deal with as a member of the Royal Family.
She revealed her friends warned her not to marry Harry because the media focus would 'destroy your life', and admitted that since the wedding and during her pregnancy she felt 'vulnerable.'
The couple's comments in the documentary have reportedly sparked concern throughout the Royal Family and among those around them.
Royal commentator Phil Dampier, who wrote 'Royally Suited' about Harry and Meghan's romance, said senior royals 'from the Queen down' are concerned and branded their comments in their new ITV documentary 'very serious'.
In an interview with ITV, The Duchess of Sussex said she has found the focus on her after her marriage and giving birth a struggle, adding: 'Not many people have asked if I'm ok'
Jonny Dymond, the BBC's royal correspondent, said: 'I think they (the royal family) will be pretty horrified actually.'
Royal commentator Penny Junor described the couple's actions as a 'big mistake'.
Meanwhile Prince William is concerned about his younger brother after Harry and his wife Meghan, a royal source has revealed.
Prince William is said to be 'worried' about Prince Harry after his younger brother and his wife Meghan told how they are struggling to cope with media scrutiny following their marriage
The Duke of Cambridge is said to be 'worried' about Harry and hopes he and Meghan 'are all right', a Kensington Palace source told the BBC online.
Another told the public broadcaster Prince William was 'furious' with his younger brother for giving the interview and had told him so.
The source said there was a view throughout the Royal Family that the couple are now 'in a fragile place'.