Harry and Meghan “putting pressure on the Queen,” says the royal biographer

Angela Levin told Good Morning Britain that Prince Harry and Meghan’s visit was “badly timed” and said they are “trying to get some shots that will help them with their Netflix career”.

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Queen’s Jubilee: Harry and Meghan put pressure on the Queen

A royal biographer said Prince Harry and Meghan were “putting pressure on the Queen” by attending the platinum anniversary celebrations.

Angela Levin also claimed the visit was “poorly timed,” adding the pair are “trying to get some footage that will help them in their Netflix career.”

However, royal commentator Emily Andrews claimed that the Queen’s invitation will “hopefully not only be an olive branch” but also create a “rapprochement within the royal family itself”.

The comments follow the Sussexes being picked up by a Land Rover sent by the Queen after arriving on a private jet from California for the four-day celebrations.

It’s the first time Harry and Meghan have been back together in the UK since they moved to the US over two years ago.







Angela Levin said Prince Harry and Meghan were “putting pressure on the Queen” by attending the platinum anniversary celebrations
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Speaking on Good Morning Britain today, presenter Adil Ray asked: “When Her Majesty the Queen says – and this is her day, her moment – when she says, ‘Well I want all my family there, including Andrew, Meghan and Harry’ who are we to deny that?”

The author replied, “Well, I agree, she’s the mother, the grandmother, she should make the decisions. She’s 96, it’s her day. But I don’t think you can then influence the entire population to feel exactly the same.

“We like the monarchy, I’m a really avid monarchist and I think it’s bad timing. Harry and Meghan shouldn’t come because they’re putting more pressure on the Queen. She has four very tough days.”

Mr Ray pointed out: “But the Queen would have welcomed them so I don’t know what the pressure would be. Maybe that makes it better for the Queen, maybe she’ll be more comfortable that they’re there.”







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Ms Levin said: “No, because she is not very well and has mobility issues. I think someone her age has four full days in a row -“

The presenter interjected: “I don’t think they forced themselves, they didn’t say we were coming no matter what. They were invited, they were given full security, so the Queen approved. So how is this going to be bad for the queen in any way?”

Ms Levin replied: “Well I think the people who don’t want her to come would agree that her behavior was appalling.

“So they should be ashamed and not come at this point and try to get some footage that will help them in their Netflix career.”







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A convoy of cars took Harry, Meghan and their two children Archie and Lilibet from Farnborough Airport to Frogmore Cottage, which used to be their home before they moved abroad.

On the Queen’s decision to send a car for the Sussexes, a Sun Insiders said: “The Queen believed it was the right thing to do.”

Harry and Meghan will not be on the Buckingham Palace balcony after the Trooping of the Color today but will be involved in other celebrations.

Royal correspondent Andrews said it was “great” that the public would be seeing the couple, adding: “We saw in the Queen’s statement today that she thanked communities, families and neighbors, there was one real focus on family.







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“I think inviting Harry and Meghan to the anniversary celebrations will hopefully not only be an olive branch from the Queen for them, but perhaps also lead to a rapprochement within the royal family itself.”

Meanwhile, reports also suggested that the couple will finally officially introduce Lilibet to the Queen tomorrow, on her first birthday, at a possible party.

On Saturday it’s the Epsom Derby – an event the Queen often attends – but it has been reported she may no longer plan to go.

The 96-year-old monarch, who suffers from mobility issues, is said to want to calm down during her milestone celebrations, with her daughter Princess Anne replacing her at the racecourse instead, the Sunday Times reported.

The Sussexes may also take part in the anniversary competition, which takes place on Sunday, although this has not been confirmed.

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