The release date of the Prince Harry and Meghan Netflix documentaries has been announced

The release date for Prince Harry’s highly anticipated docuseries on Netflix has reportedly been set.

Page Six reports that the series, which Harry filmed with his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, will hit theaters on December 8th.

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex gives Lilibet an update.

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The series will reportedly focus on the royal couple’s “love story” and was previously called “Chapters.”

However, it is believed that the royal couple have since changed the name of the series.

Harry and Megan. Recognition: Getty

It is unknown what role Harry and Meghan’s children Archie (three) and Lilibet (one) will play in the show.

In a recent episode of her Archetypes podcast, Meghan revealed how Lilibet is doing now.

The Duchess spoke to Sophie Trudeau, wife of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and actress Pamela Adlon.

Harry and Meghan’s daughter Lilibet. She was named after Queen Elizabeth’s childhood nickname. Recognition: Misan Harriman

She shared with Pamela that she is currently “in the thick of it” and raising her two toddlers.

“Lili just started walking. She is a year and a few months old and Archie is just over three years old. So I’m in the thick of it,” she said.

Meghan went on to describe the “morning rush” the family goes through every day, including waking the kids, preparing meals, breakfast and feeding their dogs.

Meghan shared this photo of Lilibet’s first birthday. Recognition: delivered

“I’m sure it gets even messier as you get older,” she said.

“But for me it’s, you know, both monitors on so the kids can hear them, always up with Lili, bring her downstairs, and half an hour later Archie’s up.

“I start making his lunch box before he gets up while I have her and get her something to nibble on. My husband is helping me bring him downstairs.”

Meghan shared that she loves to make breakfast for her whole family every morning.

“I’ll make breakfast for all three of you. It is very important to me. I love doing it,” she shared.

“It just feels like the best way to start the morning for me.”

“Then (we) take Archie to school out the door, but it does, it feels like a hurricane.”

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