Filming a Netflix documentary in someone else’s villa
Harry and Meghan did not photograph at their home
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s documents were released last Thursday. It also appears in it, among other things, visions about their home. However, the interviews were not filmed at the house.
Harry and Meghan filmed parts of their Netflix documentary in an exotic mansion.
Last Thursday, the first three parts of the documentary Harry (38) and Meghan (41) premiered on Netflix. They describe the contents of the documents as “the truth of what happened”. Among other things, they provide special insights. So one should be able to assume that the interviews were filmed internally. But the villa in which the movie was shot is not hers, according to the Daily Mail.
According to the British newspaper, the house of the filming site previously belonged to former businessman Mark Schulhoff (54). He fell out of favor after taking home $116 million in a veteran donation. His luxurious home in Montecito (California) has been for sale since 2021.
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Now he publishes payment receipts in the press showing that he has been given rent for a while. The living room, which can be found at the estate agency of this same villa, can also be seen in the Netflix documentary about the royal family.
Closed next door
The house pictured is in the same city and is more luxurious than the Sussex house. The property is for sale for $33.5 million. At 1,260 square metres, it has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a spa, exercise room, swimming pool and cinema.
But the home of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan is also impressive. Among other things, there is a tennis court, a swimming pool, a rose garden, five hectares of land, nine bedrooms and 16 bathrooms, and a cinema. Also in the past, they’ve shown little reflections about their four walls in one interview or another over video chat. Therefore, the strange place in the documents also raises questions.
Some production staff were upset by the decision that Harry and Meghan did not want to shoot in their home. This includes former director Garrett Bradley (36). According to Bild, she left the production because she wanted to shoot the documentary interviews at home. After Bradley scrapped the project, the couple brought in 52-year-old Oscar-nominated director Liz Garbus, with whom the project was eventually completed. (to praise)
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