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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are in ‘last chance saloon’ with the royal family, says expert 

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are in the ‘last chance saloon’ with the royal family and will be ‘cut off’ if they leak anything from Jubilee, a royal author has claimed.

The Duke, 37, and the Duchess of Sussex, 40, who currently live in their $14 million California mansion, flew in from the US for the event last weekend but spent little time with the royal family.

Harry and Meghan did not spend any private time with Prince William, Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis during the anniversary, while they were not allowed to bring a private photographer to the first meeting between the Queen and their daughter Lilibet.

The 96-year-old is said to have met Harry and Meghan’s daughter. However, they were said to have had ‘no chance’ for an official photo because it was a ‘private family gathering’. Palace insiders may have worried that photos taken by Harry and Meghan would be shared with TV networks in the US or in Harry’s upcoming memoir.

Royal biographer and journalist Duncan Larcombe has now said the ‘test begins now’ for the royal couple Poet magazine“If anything leaked from the weekend, I imagine they’ll be cut off altogether and that’ll be it.”

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are in 'last chance saloon' with the royal family and will be 'cut off' if they leak anything from Jubilee, Duncan Larcombe claimed

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are in ‘last chance saloon’ with the royal family and will be ‘cut off’ if they leak anything from Jubilee, Duncan Larcombe claimed

Elsewhere, Duncan explained: “They’ve come to the UK and to the anniversary and have really cemented themselves as royals again, which is great for their brand and something that Spotify, Netflix and Penguin will eat.”

He revealed how their “future behavior” would shape their future with the family.

He said the royal family had “extended an olive branch” to the couple during the anniversary, adding: “Harry and Meghan would ruin that if private information about this weekend was discussed with the press or put in a book.” be revealed.”

Duncan also said the Sussexes had visited the UK to ‘fix fences’ but instead ran into a ‘brick wall’ with a number of senior royals.

The Sussexes reportedly wanted their own photographer to first capture the Monarch meeting her great-granddaughter Lilibet in Windsor, but a source claimed they “didn’t get a chance” because it was a private moment.

Harry and Meghan did not spend private time with Prince William, Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis during the anniversary, while they were not allowed to bring a private photographer to the first meeting between the Queen and their daughter Lilibet

Harry and Meghan did not spend private time with Prince William, Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis during the anniversary, while they were not allowed to bring a private photographer to the first meeting between the Queen and their daughter Lilibet

The photographer hasn’t been named – but it could be their friend Misan Harriman, who has regularly photographed the Sussexes and even credits himself with getting them together in 2016. He also took the picture of their young daughter on the lawn at Frogmore Cottage as they turned one on Saturday.

Lilibet met Her Majesty “more than once” and Prince Charles and Camilla also spent some time with the couple before returning to California on Sunday, according to Harry and Meghan’s friend Omid Scobie.

However, Harry and Meghan did not spend any private time with Prince William, Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis during the anniversary. page sixand it is unlikely that William’s family ever met Lilibet.

An insider said the brothers’ relationship remains “charged” after the Sussex’s transatlantic “truth bombs” about the royal family on Oprah and friendly podcasts in the US.

Harry and Meghan did not spend private time with Prince William, Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis during the anniversary, while they were not allowed to bring a private photographer to the first meeting between the Queen and their daughter Lilibet (pictured)

Harry and Meghan did not spend private time with Prince William, Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis during the anniversary, while they were not allowed to bring a private photographer to the first meeting between the Queen and their daughter Lilibet (pictured)

And it has been alleged that the Queen forbade Harry and Meghan from allowing a photographer to capture the monarch meeting her great-granddaughter Lilibet for the first time.

Prince Harry’s biographer Angela Levin told GB News she had heard the streaming giant was desperate for the pair to secure footage of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex with royals like the Queen and Prince William as part of the series they’re putting on. being filming.

Speaking to GB News, Ms Levin said this image would have been ‘very, very valuable’, adding: ‘They would have used it for Netflix. It would give them kudos to have her with her great-grandmother, you know.’

It comes after pundits said Prince Harry “must have gone home feeling very depressed for what he’s given up” after he and Meghan Markle decided not to be visible in the Queen’s platinum anniversary celebrations because “they don’t seats on the central stage’.

Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl told True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat that the Duke and Duchess weren’t at other celebrations over the anniversary weekend because “they didn’t have seats on the central stage.”

Earlier this week, Katie Nicholl (pictured) of Vanity Fair told True Royalty TV.  The Royal Beat said Meghan and Harry were not at the anniversary celebrations because 'they had no seats on the stage'

Earlier this week, Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl (pictured) told True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat said Meghan and Harry weren’t at the anniversary celebrations because “they didn’t have seats in the middle of the stage.”

Meanwhile, historian Hugo Vickers added: ‘Harry has resigned as captain of the Royal Marines, which were in force. I think he went home very depressed because of what he gave up.’

Katie said ‘I really think it is’ [because]… they knew they wouldn’t be in that front row.

‘And why did they leave the royal family? They left because they weren’t in the front row. I believe that’s why they weren’t at the other celebrations, because they didn’t have seats on the central stage.’

Elsewhere, Duncan said the platinum anniversary celebrations will haunt Prince Harry for the rest of his life, as he and his family were relegated to minor roles and decided not to participate in some events.

He said, “Those four days will haunt Prince Harry for the rest of his life. She [The Duke and Duchess of Sussex] were banned from sitting behind the Duke of Gloucester [at the Thanksgiving service]†

In the photo: Harry and Meghan

In the photo: Kate and William

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (left) made only one public appearance on the Queen’s platinum anniversary, despite having flown in from the US with their two children – Archie and Lilibet. In the picture on the right: William and Kate

Discussing key images from the celebration, Katie told the program:

Discussing key images from the celebration, Katie told the program: “If you take away one image from the weekend, it should be [the one of the Queen and her three heirs standing on the Buckingham Palace balcony] (shown)

“They did not participate in any way, shape or form visibly in the Trooping of the Colour… [Harry] will be furious at the way he and his family were treated – if it was Prince William and the royal family saying ‘you’re not coming to the royal box’ when other underage non-working royals were at those events.”

Discussing key images from the celebration, Katie told the program: “If you take away one image from the weekend, it should be [the one of the Queen and her three heirs standing on the Buckingham Palace balcony]†

‘An anniversary is not only a moment to look back on 70 years, but also to look ahead to the future. The Queen’s message is very clear: this is the future and for the first time in history we have four generations of royalty.

“It’s extraordinary. It is also deliberately designed. If you look at the order of these, Camilla steps aside, while Kate takes the two youngest children and leaves the Queen with her three heirs.”

The pair failed to make an appearance on the Buckingham Palace balcony during Trooping the Color and were also seemingly relegated to the second row during the Thanksgiving service (pictured)

The pair failed to make an appearance on the Buckingham Palace balcony during Trooping the Color and were also seemingly relegated to the second row during the Thanksgiving service (pictured)

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