There have been many disagreements within the British royal family in recent years, but all old grievances must be forgotten. This is the order of the Queen.
The British edition of the Daily Mail claims that Her Majesty urged relatives “not to make drama” during the celebration of her Platinum Jubilee. Obviously, the monarch’s appeal was primarily addressed to her grandson Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, as well as Prince Charles and Prince William, whose resentment towards the red-haired duke still upsets Elizabeth II.
According to insiders, the Sussex couple vowed that they would keep a low profile and not attract public attention. True, Buckingham Palace employees are convinced that on June 4, when Harry and Meghan’s daughters turn one, the “rebellious” members of the royal family will still not be able to restrain themselves from “pulling the blanket over themselves” during official celebrations.
However, it is possible that Gary and Megan will really focus on spending time with their family and try to build relationships with relatives. But the question of whether the Netflix film crew will accompany the couple to the Queen’s holiday is still open. Shortly after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry moved to the US, they signed two major contracts – with Netflix and Spotify. However, both companies received only vague promises of cooperation from the spouses – the real pieces of content that were supposed to be released on the platforms had to wait for several years. It got to the point that Netflix executives pulled out of the production of the animated series that Meghan produced.
Apparently, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex realized that their main source of income was under threat. They spent quite some time trying to figure out how to appease the bosses of the streaming platform and came up with a rather unexpected decision. Meghan and Harry will let the Netflix crew into their home.
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