Filmed during the pair's recent tour of southern Africa, Harry and Meghan opened up in a way we rarely see from the British royal family, offering a unique glimpse into their lives and the institution itself. It is expected to be screened in the US this week but, for now, here's a rundown of what we learned about Harry and Meghan from the program. Harry confirmed a rift with William Prince Harry acknowledged tensions with his older brother Prince William for the first time, saying they are on "different paths. While he didn't outright declare that he was on the outs with William, he also didn't deny that there was a rift.
I will never fail my son.
The system has failed him, and I cannot forgive those who allowed that to happen. Anne, from Formby, near Liverpool, was devastated by the loss of her son, year-old Kevin, who was tragically killed at the FA Cup semi-final in between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest.
Anne stood defiantly alongside other parents and their families who fought for justice for the 96 loved ones who lost their lives at a football match. Determined to unearth the truth about Hillsborough, Anne Williams refused to believe the official line on how the disaster unfolded, seeking new medical opinion, tracking down witnesses whose statements were altered, and leaving no stone unturned in her fight for truth and justice.
Sampson was at the semi-final as a fan, and interviewed Anne Williams for Hillsborough Voices. Nothing and nobody was going to deter her from her ultimate aim — justice for Kevin and the 95 who died with him at Hillsborough.
There have been a number of expressions of interest in dramatising her story over the last four years but the key factor here is the involvement of people who I know personally, and who also have a deep understanding of Hillsborough, our story and all the elements around that. I am excited, as well as a little bit scared, but I just feel it is the right thing to do and am looking forward to working alongside talented people who I know will give everything to ensure we produce a series that does justice to my mum, our Kev, the 96 and everyone involved.