Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘exploited the Queen for NETFLIX and to delight American filmmakers.’

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘exploited the Queen for NETFLIX and to delight American filmmakers.’

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘exploited the Queen for NETFLIX and to delight American filmmakers.’
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A ROYAL expert claims that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “exploited the Queen for Netflix.”

According to biographer Tom Bower, the couple’s secret rendezvous with Her Majesty on their way to the Netherlands was arranged only to gratify the makers of their upcoming documentary.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex travelled to the United Kingdom to see the Queen, 95, and Prince Charles, 73.

However, their first combined journey to Britain since leaving royal service in March 2020 may have been for a reason other than to clear the air.

“I have no doubt that was all done for their Netflix documentary,” Bower told MailOnline.

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“The Queen’s aides failed to prevent her from being used by the Royal Family’s worst traducers, while the Sussexes took advantage of an elderly, ailing woman to increase their credibility and coffers.”

Last year, Harry and Meghan inked a £112 million Netflix contract.

Their first project, an Invictus Games documentary with an Oscar-winning production crew, was unveiled.

The Sussexes will go to the Netherlands for the Games, which will take place from April 16 to April 22.

They will also be accompanied by a Netflix camera team throughout their journey.

Both have been granted “VVIP” status by Dutch police ahead of their arrival, implying that they would be protected by a “high-level multi-agency protection programme,” according to reports.

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Their request for an armed private security force was previously denied by Dutch authorities, but their bodyguards are alleged to have coordinated with officials for their first post-Megxit trip.

It comes amid Harry’s continuing legal dispute with the British government over the removal of his taxpayer-funded Met Police armed guards after he stepped down from royal duties.

The pair has been informed that there is “no real danger” to their safety and that they would be well-protected by Dutch security.

The Sussexes have been approached for comment.

Last year, Harry and Meghan inked a £112 million Netflix contract.

Their first project, an Invictus Games documentary with an Oscar-winning production crew, was unveiled.

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The Sussexes will go to the Netherlands for the Games, which will take place from April 16 to April 22.

They will also be accompanied by a Netflix camera team throughout their journey.

Both have been granted “VVIP” status by Dutch police ahead of their arrival, implying that they would be protected by a “high-level multi-agency protection programme,” according to reports.

Their request for an armed private security force was previously denied by Dutch authorities, but their bodyguards are alleged to have coordinated with officials for their first post-Megxit trip.

It comes amid Harry’s continuing legal dispute with the British government over the removal of his taxpayer-funded Met Police armed guards after he stepped down from royal duties.

The pair has been informed that there is “no real danger” to their safety and that they would be well-protected by Dutch security.

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The Sussexes have been approached for comment.

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