Prince Harry ‘enjoying the high life’ in front of Netflix cameras ahead of the Jubilee

A body language expert says Prince Harry loves getting back into the limelight as he prepares to return to the UK for the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations

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Harry and Meghan attend the track and field event at the Invictus Games in April

Prince Harry famously abandoned the royal family to live a low life in America.

But one body language expert said he looked “excited” to be back in the limelight as he filmed for his upcoming Netflix show.

The 37-year-old and his wife Meghan Markle are watched by cameras for the new documentary series Heart of Invictus, about the Invictus Games.

It comes as Harry and Meghan will return to the UK next week to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Year – their first royal appearance in more than two years.

The couple’s visit will also be the first time the Queen gets to meet her granddaughter Lilibet, who is named after her and turns one year old on June 4.

Harry and Meghan at the Invictus Games in The Hague


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A body language expert claims Harry loves getting back into the limelight


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Talking to Express.co.ukJudi James describes Harry as like a “duck” meeting “water” when performing in front of the camera.

She said: “Considering they’ve had a baby and they’ve got locks and everything, they don’t seem to have been born very different.

“He had his moments of anxiety, but as a performer in front of a Netflix camera, the words duck and water came to mind. And Meghan is fine anyway.

“But he seems very interested in the high profile and the camera.”

The couple will be back in the UK next week for the Queen’s Celebration



The Queen is said to be “delighted” to welcome Harry and Meghan to Windsor Castle next week as the entire royal family gathers for her Jubilee celebrations.

They will stay at Frogmore Cottage in the castle grounds, where they lived before becoming royalty.

Two children Archie, now 3, and 11-month-old Lilibet – born in captivity – will also be monitored.

While Harry and Meghan are expected to attend many events over the Jubilee weekend, they will not appear on the balcony.

The palace has announced this will only be for working members of the royal family.

This is the first time the royals have met Lilibet or met Archie since he was a child


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But there have been hints that the pair might be in the VIP section to watch ‘Trooping the Colour: The Queen’s Birthday Parade’ on Thursday at Horse Guard’s Parade.

It is likely the Sussexes will also spend some private time with other members of the royal family – including Prince Charles – who has yet to meet his granddaughter, Lilibet.

It will also be the first time the Prince of Wales has seen his grandson Archie since he was a child.

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