The two danced to the 1960s hit “Land of a Thousand Dances,” recalls Markle in a preview for the show’s second episode, along with a montage shot of their wedding—with a bit of a twist. guest of Elton John.
“I just really want the music to be fun. Even our first dance,” she said. “It’s fun. Spinning like a whirlwind. It’s great.”
Markle sings along in the short preview as she and Harry reminisce about their first dance, smiling in the cute clip.
The show polarized the royal community, an insider told The Daily Beast, “It’s hard to see what Netflix paid $100 million for. If this is all they have to say, I really think the worst is over for the king.”
A source from Netflix said that King Charles and Prince William’s office allowed them to respond to requests made on the show, although the palace said it was never able to verify the authenticity of the company. production company before the show premiered, according to Sky News.
But if the Netflix preview is any clue, the final episodes are likely to continue to be a mess.
The first episode of the series dropped on Thursday, with the final episodes dropping on December 15.