PRINCE Harry has revealed how he met Meghan Markle in their new docu-series but viewers have spotted that they changed their story.
The couple's docuseries, titled Harry and Meghan, dives into the pair's "love story" as well as their feud with the Royal Family.
In the bombshell Netflix show, the Duke of Sussex said he met the Duchess on Instagram, despite previously claiming that they met on a blind date.
Back in 2017 Harry told the BBC: "It was definitely a set-up — it was a blind date. It was a blind date for sure.”
But in episode one released today, Harry claimed that "Meghan and I met over Instagram."
He added: "I was scrolling through my feed and someone who was a friend had this video of the two of them."
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In the documentary, Meghan said she stalked Harry's Instagram feed to see "what he was about".
She added: "That, to me, was the best barometer. So I went through and it was just like beautiful photography and all these environmental shots and this time he was spending in Africa."
The couple said that they got each others numbers before heading out for drinks in London.
According to Meghan, Harry was actually late to their first meeting which lasted "about an hour".
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The couple said that they got each others numbers before heading out for drinks in London – but Harry was running late.
She says: "He kept texting 'I'm in traffic, I'm so sorry'."
Harry jumps in: "I was panicking, I was freaking out. I was sweating."
But when he did eventually arrive, the Duchess said that Harry was "refreshingly fun" while the Prince said they had a "great chat".
And viewers of the bombshell documentary were quick to notice this variation in their tale of their first meeting.
One commented: "Harry and Meghan are remarkably bad at remembering which lies they have told."
While another tweeted: "Harry and Meghan can’t keep up with their own lies."
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Harry and Meghan released their £88million three-part docuseries today.
The couple had vowed the series would hold "unprecedented" truths in it's six episodes – with the final three released on December 15.
This morning's episodes saw Harry reveal he "sacrificed everything he had" for Meghan after the couple left Royal life behind.
Harry says: "She sacrificed everything that she knew and the freedom that she had to join me in my world.
"And then pretty soon after that, I ended up sacrificing everything I know to join her in her world."
A second bombshell claim sees Harry say Meghan "doesn't have a father" as they dove into the lead up to their royal wedding.
And the couple have also revealed never-before-seen clips of Archie riding his bike while his dad pushes baby Lilibet in a pushchair.
Meghan has also unveiled details of her "surprising" first meeting with Kate in the documentary.
Two teaser trailers had previously caused a stir at the Palace.
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The Duchess is seen sobbing on a phone call with her head in her hands in one image.
In another, Prince Harry is seen blasting the Royal "hierarchy" before Meghan sobs "they're never going to protect you".
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