Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘highly likely’ to bring Netflix cameras on UK visit, royal expert claims
The Sussexes will visit the UK in early September for charity events, it was announced last week
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are “highly likely” to bring Netflix cameras with them on their upcoming trip to the UK, a royal expert has claimed.
Last week, Meghan and Harry announced they would be visiting the UK in early September to attend several charity events.
The couple will travel to Manchester for the One Young World Summit on September 5, before heading to Germany for the Invictus Games Dusseldorf 2023 One Year to Go event, and then returning to the UK for the WellChild Awards on September 8.
And while it remains to be seen whether the pair will meet the Queen, royal expert Natalie Oliveri believes a production crew will accompany them on the trip.
Ms Oliveri said: "It's highly likely the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will bring a production crew with them to Germany and England in the coming weeks.
"After all, for this visit they have no restrictions imposed by the Royal Family about what they can and cannot film.
"Netflix cameras were reportedly banned from covering Prince Harry and Meghan's visit during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in June.
"Crews were not given official accreditation for the four-day weekend and warned they would be 'moved on' if spotted near the royal events,” she told Honey9.
Her comments come after fellow royal expert Daniela Elser said the Sussexes were no longer “sizzlingly-hot property”.
Ms Elser said: "At the time the (Netflix) deal was announced, it seemed like the most obvious and logical pairing:
"Two of the most famous people in the world would worthily churn out documentaries or some such; in return; Netflix got to tout the fact that they had a real-life Duke and Duchess on their books.
"Harry and Meghan would get squillions; the company would reap the rewards of the PR coup of the decade.
"However, the royal duo are not exactly the sizzlingly-hot property they were back then now are they?,” she told News.com.au.