Meghan 'will only come to UK if she can bring Netflix cameras' as she joins Harry in Holland on 'unnecessary' trip

MEGHAN Markle will "only return to the UK if she can bring Netflix cameras," it's been claimed.

The Duchess, 40, will join Harry at his Invictus Games in Holland in her first trip out of America since Megxit – and the pair will be followed around by cameras.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to be followed by a Netflix documentary crew throughout – but experts have said that Meghan being there is "unnecessary."

It is not the first time the couple has reportedly partnered with the streaming giant after their £120m Netflix deal TV series deal.

And now, experts have said that they believe she'll only return to the UK if she can bring crews and cameras to film the documentary.

Meghan has not set foot in the UK since she flew out just hours after a tense Commonwealth Day Ceremony with royals in March 2020.


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Royal expert Angela Levin told The Sun Online: "Meghan is going because they're doing the next Netflix documentary.

"They're going with cameras, and she wouldn't want to miss out on the publicity.

"The Invictus Games don't belong to her, she likes taking over things that she thinks will be productive for her. She's not necessary there."

When asked whether she believes Meghan and Harry will return to the UK this year, she said: "I think they'll come back if we’ll allow them to bring Netflix cameramen, they won't come otherwise."

Ms Levin also said the Sussexes' trip to Holland is a "snub" to the Queen – after they refused to attend Prince Philip's memorial just days ago.

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And despite it being "unnecessary" for Meghan to be at the Invictus Games, she "wouldn't want to miss out on the publicity," it's been claimed.

She added: "I think it's truly shocking.

"I think the royal family are deeply hurt, but that's precisely what they must want, otherwise, they wouldn't act like that.

"It's such snub, you cannot believe that Harry is the same person as he was in 2018 when I met him."

Harry has twice been back home since Megxit for Prince Philip's funeral last April and the unveiling of a statue for Princess Diana in the summer.

Reports of the couple's transatlantic plans come as the Duke of Sussex remains embroiled in a legal row with the UK Government over his police protection.

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He claimed he didn't feel safe to return without Scotland Yard cops alongside him – meaning he controversially missed Prince Philip's memorial at Westminster Abbey.

Regardless, Harry and Meghan will be flying to the Netherlands for the Games, which take place between April 16 and 22.

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