Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are stuck in a "mess" with their Netflix projects after it was ruined by palace aides, a royal expert has claimed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are working on their latest project with the streaming giant but a recent revelation during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee may prevent crucial details being included.
Hopes of seeing the pair at the Platinum Jubilee alongside the Royal Family appear to have been dashed, with an expert claiming officials were "absolutely" against the use of images of the event.
Palace aides are said to have allegedly stopped the pair and Netflix's camera crew from taking images of the Queen meeting great-granddaughter Lilibet.
Royal expert Russell Myers said: "The Queen did get to meet her great granddaughter Lilibet.
"There was no official photography being placed but the reports were that Harry and Meghan did want their friend Misan Harriman to come and have a picture with the Queen.
"Of course that would have been a nice family moment but the palace were absolutely adamant that it couldn't take place.
"You can't blame them because Harry and Meghan are still rumoured to be doing this fly on the wall documentary with Netflix. It's all getting quite messy."
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Meghan and Harry marked their first appearance together in the UK since 2020 at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, Daily Express reported.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's lack of photos mark a crucial loss for the upcoming Netflix miniseries, with reports last month that the pair were under pressure to create more content for the streaming giant.
The pair were said to have struck a deal worth £112 million with the popular streaming platform, but are so far yet to produce a show under the Archewell Productions banner.
Spotify are also facing similar issues with the lack of royal content, with Archewell Audio releasing just one episode of their podcast so far.
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