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Harry, will Meghan’s Platinum Jubilee appearance air on Netflix?

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The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in London is fast approaching and some are wondering how Harry and Meghan will factor in, if at all.

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Despite Harry’s concerns over his and his family’s safety in the UK, he and Meghan confirmed that they and their children, Archie and Lilibet, would definitely attend, saying they were “excited and honoured” to participate in the celebrations. .

It comes after the Queen announced that this year will be a little different as there will be three family members absent from the balcony during the Trooping the Color parade: Harry, Meghan and Queen Elizabeth’s outraged son Prince Andrew – due to their withdrawal from working royal life.

“After careful consideration, The Queen has decided that the traditional Balcony Trooping the Color appearance this year will be limited to Her Majesty and those members of the Royal Family who currently carry out official public duties on behalf of The Queen,” a statement said. palace spokesman.

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A palace source added that Harry, Meghan and their children remain “much loved members of the family” and those absent from the balcony “will be invited to events”.

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It is understood that the palace has informed the Sussexes that their Netflix cameras will not be allowed on royal properties, including Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle, the UK Sun reported.

However, palace aides are reportedly still concerned that Harry and Meghan will find a way for film crews to chronicle them at Jubilee events.

“Even if they accept that their Netflix team cannot travel to Buckingham Palace to film, they could cause problems – and at the very least cause a major distraction,” a source told the newspaper.

“The senior courtiers believe Netflix will see a great opportunity to leverage their mega-millions deal with the couple.”

In any case, the queen is determined to follow appearances.

“The Queen wants the family to pull together,” royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams told the Daily Mail. “An enormous amount went on behind the scenes to achieve this.”

The Queen celebrates 70 years on the throne. The Platinum Jubilee holiday weekend runs from June 2-5.