Netflix will force Harry and Meghan to explain boos during Jubilee trip

Exiled royal couple Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be forced to explain to Netflix bosses why they were booed during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, an expert has claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were greeted by a smattering of boos by a hostile crowd outside the Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral during their four-day-long Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations earlier this month.

The couple were being filmed by Netflix cameras during their stay in the UK – and the boos were caught on camera.

And Royal expert Neil Sean feels that they will also have to explain the reaction to Spotify and Penguin Random Houses bosses, too, as they all have deals with the couple.

Speaking on his Neil Sean Showbiz YouTube channel, he said: “As members of the Royal Family, you are used to being warmly welcomed at events, and any protests or unwelcome reactions are controlled by the police.

“But as celebrities, you can't really control the crowds, and that is what happened when Harry and Meghan rocked up outside St Paul's Cathedral as part of the Thanksgiving Service

“When they got back to the States, they worried about your perception, especially to company bosses at Netflix, Spotify, and Penguin Random House, and they have to explain exactly where those boos came from.

“Harry and Meghan's team have to explain away to people why they were booed.

“According to a very good source, this unwelcome reaction came to Harry and Meghan as a very big shock – they found out they are not as well-loved as they thought.

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“That is not to say they do not have fans in the UK, they do, but it is a mixed bag now, after their outspoken comments.”
The vocal crowd also booed Prime Minister Boris Johnson – which added fuel to the fire which save a vote of no confidence held just a few days later, which he won.

The Daily Star has reached out to Harry and Meghan's representatives for a comment on the matter.

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