Queen 'did really respect Meghan Markle' says Myers
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The Royal Family won’t appear in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix series, according to a royal expert. Daily Mail Diary Editor Richard Eden said the firm had made it “absolutely clear” that they didn’t want to be involved in the controversial series.
Speaking during a video interview, Mr Eden said that “further evidence” of the reluctance of the royals came during the Platinum Jubilee.
He said: “We certaintly won’t be seeing moments with other members of the Royal Family.
“From what I understand they made absolutely clear they wanted to have absolutely nothing to do with this programme.
“Further evidence of that came when Harry and Meghan came over for Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
“They kept a very low profile and there wasn’t even a photograph with baby Lilibet, whose birthday it was at the time.
“And apparently that was made clear that the Queen wouldn’t pose for a photograph in case it happened to appear in a series like this one.”
Despite intense speculation about the series it doesn’t have a title and there have been very few official Netflix announcements about it.
Although the streaming giant has yet to announce an official release date according to Page Six the series will begin streaming on Thursday 8 December.
Us Weekly also reported that the series will be released in December with the release reportedly put back as a mark of respect to Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II who died in September.
Another reported reason for the delay was the row over the portrayal of the Royal Family in series 5 of The Crown which behan streaming on November 9.
According to Page 6, the programme is set to be an “at-home with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex-style” docuseries, although the details have remained unconfirmed by the royal couple.
However, speaking to The Cut in August, the Duchess of Sussex denied that it would be a reality show.
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She said: “The piece of my life I haven’t been able to share, that people haven’t been able to see, is our love story.
“What’s so funny is I’m not trying to be cagey. I don’t read any press.
“So I don’t know what’s confirmed.”
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