Prince Harry wont come back to UK without his Netflix gang claims expert

Prince Harry has been accused of not coming to Prince Philip’s memorial because he needs to make “another documentary”, according to a royal expert.

Various members of the Royal Family were at Westminster Abbey on Tuesday (March 29) to pay tribute to the late Duke of Edinburgh almost a year after his death.

The Service of Thanksgiving saw the royals finally allowed to celebrate the life of Philip together after his funeral, which Harry attended, was under Covid social distancing restrictions.

Harry is currently in a legal battle with the Home Office over security after his offer to pay for his own police protection was refused.

The Duke of Sussex has expressed his concern over his family's safety when they are in the UK, following an incident Harry faced with a paparazzi last year.

However royal expert and biographer Angela Levin has suggested there may be another reason as to why Harry did not return to the UK.

While speaking on GB News Breakfast, Ms Levin cited his and Meghan Markle’s deal with Netflix.

Ms Levin said: “I think that there’s another reason. He doesn’t want to come here without a Netflix gang of photographers and people there.

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“He needs to make another documentary because they’ve got lots of money and they haven’t really done anything.

"I think that’s what it is, he wants to have that as an excuse. He can go around everywhere and do all these things, but you can’t have your royal cake and eat it I'm afraid."

Archewell have been contacted for comment.

Harry and Meghan, along with their two children, both live in the USA with the family not returning together since the couple departed the Royal Family almost two years ago.

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Meanwhile, the Queen, 95, joined close family, friends, foreign royals and hundreds of charity workers in remembrance of the Duke of Edinburgh yesterday.

Her Majesty had been determined to make the appearance after weeks of rumours regarding her mobility issues after battling Covid.

Buckingham Palace only confirmed the Queen’s attendance the same morning of the memorial service.

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