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Meghan and Harry plan to ‘take the shine away from Queen’ at Platinum Jubilee

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's return for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee may be an ulterior motive, claims Lizzie Cundy.

The television presenter was pals with the former Suits actress before she began a romance with Prince Harry, with Meghan eventually cutting all contact with her British celebrity friends.

As part of celebrating Queen Elizbeth's 70th anniversary of being on the throne, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are making a public return to London – despite previously claiming it was unsafe.

Since stepping down as senior working royals in 2020, they have struck a mega deal with streaming giant Netflix to produce television shows and films.

Speaking exclusively to the Daily Star, Lizzie, 54, said: "This is all to do with taking the shine away from the Queen on her Platinum Jubilee, 70 years of service.

"Maybe they could take a leaf out of the Queen's book and see how one should behave.

"They decided not to be royals, they didn't want to be working royals, they didn't want to do the royal duties so they should have the decency I feel to stay away."

Lizzie continued: "They should let the Queen have her day and let not take any of the attention they know the attention will be on them, she knows exactly what she's doing.

"I do think they will take the shine of the Queen, I really pray they don't.

"The royals are very aware of what they're about but I don't think they'll be stopped."

Meghan and Harry's Netflix crews aced the ultimate royal snub after not being given accreditation for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations this weekend.

Sources claim that the crew following the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be faced with some stern words if they attempt to film during their upcoming trip to the UK.

The Telegraph reported sources claimed the crew will be "moved on" should they attempt to film or set up any equipment in public spaces.

While they are returning to England for the celebrations, Harry and Meghan faced a blow from the Queen who shunned them from the famous Buckingham Palace appearance.

After "careful consideration", the Monarch announced only senior working members of the House of Windsor will have their "balcony moment".

Her Majesty was joined by Prince Charles, Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William, Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, as well as her cousin Prince Edward, Duke of Kent.

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