According to sources, there are no plans to see behind-the-scenes footage of Queen Elizabeths Platinum Jubilee on Netflix. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are prohibited from filming in any palaces or royal residences.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who have been working on a docu-series for the streamer, will next week travel to the United Kingdom to participate in monarchs celebrations. However, they will not bring along cameras as part of the Sandringham agreement made when the couple resigned in January 2020.
A royal source asked if they might film while in Britain, said, "I highly doubt they would even think about that." It would be a bad experience.
Even if they could sneak a camera in, they wouldn''t be able to use any of the footage. I guess they may do home video on their phones, but I honestly don''t believe them.
Harry and Markle will bring their children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, who will turn 1 on Saturday, June 4, while in England alongside them. It will be the first time the queen will meet her great-granddaughter and namesake. It is believed that she has only seen the baby girl over Zoom.
The Sussexes will stay at their UK house, Frogmore Cottage, which is just a half-mile from where the queen resides. Princess Beatrice now lives at Frogmore, married to Jack Brooksbank, and their baby daughter, August.
Another royal insider said that the close proximity to the castle will enable the Sussexes to see the queen in private, adding that they will not introduce Lili to the Queen in public, as long as it is possible.
One source who knows the Sussexes swooped: Believe me, they''d be fine having no public moments during the Jubilee.
The royal insider said that the couples appearance will attest to the world''s participation.