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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry 's bombshell claims will be examined in full by a range of experts for an explosive new TV series.
Discovery+ will delve into the former royal couple's exposé with the help of body language and voice experts as well as physiologists.
Meghan and Harry: Recollections May Vary will dissect the CBS chat segment by segment which promoted the "biggest royal crisis in living memory".
Producers Shearwater add that "no topic is off limits" and explain that not only will they analyse Oprah's interview but other appearances by Harry and Meghan during royal life.
Meghan's notorious Tom Bradby interview from 2019 in which she said no one asked how she was, will also be coveted.
A dramatic 30-second trailer for the documentary booms: "What we have got is a family in crisis.
"You've read the headlines, you've seen the fallout.
"Now our experts have their say on the biggest royal crisis in living memory."
Body language expert Dr Cliff Lansley, Professor of Linguistics Dawn Archer and Forensic Psychologist Kerry Daynes have all been confirmed to give their professional takes on screen during the show.
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Talking about the show, Shearwater Media Executive Producer Steve Anderson said: "This is a new and different way to dissect the interview of the year.
"What is revealed by facial expressions, physical gestures and patterns of speech? The answers are fascinating."
Meanwhile, Clare Laycock, SVP, Planning and Head of Content, Lifestyle & Entertainment, said: "In one of our most ambitious investigative specials to date, the Royal interview that divided the world is going under the microscope.
"With Shearwater at the helm, Meghan and Harry: Recollections May Vary promises to serve up some ground-breaking insights that may finally put to bed questions around the claims that made headlines… tune in to find out!"
Earlier this month Daily Star revealed how over 6,200 viewers in the UK lodged official complaints about Meghan and Harry's interview airing on ITV.
In total 6,203 have now complained about the two-hour special which aired on ITV March.
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During the chat Meghan claimed to Oprah that in a conversation with Prince Harry that she wasn't a part of, an unnamed member of the Royal Family raised concerns about the colour Archie's skin would be.
Both she and Prince Harry refused to give any more context on the claims.
It is not know what the question was or who said it.
Speaking off camera, Harry later told Oprah that the comment was not made by either The Duke of Edinburgh or The Queen.
Meghan alleged that her son Archie was not made a Prince at birth due to his skin colour.
- Meghan Markle
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