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Prince Harry quickly shuts down an awkward question from an interviewer during the first episode of his new tell-all show Harry and Meghan.
The highly-anticipated docu-series landed on Netflix on Thursday (December 8) and follows the lives of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after deciding to step back from Royal duties.
The subject for the first episode of the six-part series reads: "As Harry shares the impact of a childhood in the public eye, he and Meghan reflect on the secret, early days of their unexpected romance."
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In the debut episode, viewers heard how Harry and wife Meghan Markle met one another via a mutual friend on Instagram.
The couple also revealed that Harry was late for their first date and that he had an "extensive list" of what he was looking for in a partner.
As Harry refuses to answer the question from the interviewer about his "list", body expert Inbaal Honigman has offered her expert opinion on the scenes.
She told Daily Star: "When Meghan reveals that Harry had a list of qualities he'd like in a potential partner, he closes his eyes instinctively.
"This is a protective gesture, as if he's trying to shut out that moment.
"This tells us he finds this detail too private to share. He then looks up all the way, almost rolling his eyes. He can't believe he's being made to talk about it.
She continued: "At the same time Meghan's smile is broad and her eyebrows raised, her face looks excited at the scoop."
In the series, former Suits actress Meghan said: "He had a list apparently of what he was looking for.
Harry interjected: "Let's not go there."
His wife continued: "An extensive list."
The interviewer then asked: "What were a few things on that list?"
"I'm not sharing the list" Harry said before adding "Nice try."
He then pointed to Meghan and said: "This is the list".
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Meghan replied: "Good answer."
The series opened with with the caption "This is a first-hand account of Harry and Megha's story" and specifies that "all the interviews were completed by August 2022" before the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
There was also a disclaimer that the Royal Family have declined to be involved.
"I just really want to get to the other side of all of this" Meghan said during the opening montage of the documentary, which also included a voiceover by Harry, and starts at the point where the couple have performed their last royal engagements having announced they were stepping back from Royal duties.
Harry & Meghan is now available to steam on Netflix
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