Netflix plans to fine Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for not taking pictures of Lilibet with the monarch
Just the day before, royal expert Angela Levine revealed that the Netflix streaming platform was unhappy with the work Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did at the Queen’s Platinum Celebration.
Furthermore, the company believes that the dukes behaved improperly by leaving the day before the end of all celebrations. It turns out that the main task of the Sussex family during this visit to the UK is a photo session with the Queen, scheduled to be held on baby Lilibet’s birthday.
But Your Majesty will not be fooled, even if the manipulations are performed with the help of her beloved granddaughter.
“Netflix wants to get these with the royals,” Levin explains. “It’s going to be a photo bomb that they’ll sell for a good price. So it’s going to be very valuable to them.”
Currently, the platform is trying to widely promote a series of documentaries about the Sussexes, the core of which will be the story of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s “escape” from the UK to California.
Furthermore, the project will address topics related to the Sandringham Agreement, under which Dukes are prohibited from filming in palaces and royal residences.
The deal was signed in January 2020 – at the time the couple announced their departure from the position of top representatives of the British crown.
That’s why the return of the Prodigal Rebels, aided by a photo of the Monarch with Baby Lilibet, would be a great way to raise the project’s ratings in the future.
Of course, many criticized the expert as “saying complete nonsense” because the Sussexes enjoyed the Queen’s company and meetings in an intimate and secret setting.
Experts said: ‘They saw that the queen was not feeling well, so they didn’t even want to ask to take her picture.