The first installment of Harry and Meghan’s documentary was released on Netflix this week with a second installment due in the next few days.
While entertaining for certain audiences, some commentators have hit out at the show's alleged exaggerations and inaccuracies.
Sinead Ryan and royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams joined The Anton Savage Show to discuss the pitfalls of the portrayal of the world-famous fairytale.
Ms Ryan, who has been following the British royal family for 13 years, said she "learned nothing new" from the three documentary episodes, which she binged this week.
"I saw no new footage, a lot of regurgitated stuff - everything from Princess Diana's death to the Queen's coronation", she said.
Some of the shots, Ms Ryan says, are misleading, making it look like massive crowds showed up solely to see the couple when in reality they were there for other reasons too.
"That kind of thing jars with me from the beginning."
"That's not to say that there wasn't a great deal of press intrusion", she said.
"But it is worth noting that since Diana's death, the rules around pool photography for the royals, especially with the children has changed fundamentally."
Not for Irish audiences
Mr Fitzwilliams concurred that the series doesn't always show the full picture.
"A tremendous amount of the three hours was devoted to the issue of the press, how they operated, the pressure under which Harry and Meghan had found themselves", he said.
He believes that royal commentators and correspondent were presented like an extension of the palace's public relations team, which he says is "nonsense" and "damaging".
"One has to bear in mind that this [series] was not intended for an audience like historians, journalists and so forth, to pick over individual details", he said.
"It wasn't intended for Britain and Ireland and certain countries where there is a good deal of skepticism."
While Mr Fitzgerald has 'a lot to complain about', the target audience of Americans who are fascinated with Harry and Meghan's love story and those "without insider knowledge" will be satisfied.
Harry and Meghan's image
"It wouldn't be hard to disimprove people's opinion of Meghan", Ms Ryan said.
"She's not well-liked and she's seen as a kind of a pushy American who wedged her way into the royal family."
But there are also those who fawned over her, which can be seen in the adoring crowds shown in the series.
Ms Ryan believes that even the royal family "liked her very much" behind closed doors as they "were just happy to see Harry happy".
"He's an unhappy angry man who has been through a huge trauma, has a very unsettled life and finally found this woman who could make him happy", she said.
Meghan was offered "plenty of help" upon entering the family.
"Meghan said: 'No, you're fine. I do this thing all the time. I know how this thing works'."
Listen back to the full conversation here.
Main image shows Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Picture by: DPPA/SIPA USA/PA Images