Prince Harry is “walking a tightrope” and needs some “royal fairy dust” as he prepares to travel to the UK for the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations.
Harry’s wife Meghan Markle had her Pearl Netflix series dropped after the streaming giant saw a drop in subscribers.
As a result, the couple have reportedly began filming an “at home with the Sussexes” docuseries, which Netflix hopes to air later this year.
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And just days before Harry and Meghan are set to travel for the Jubilee along with their children Archie and Lilibet, royal expert and historian Tessa Dunlop has explained the Duke of Sussex’s predicament ahead of the family reunion.
Ms Dunlop said: "It can feel very lonely if the institution shuts you out. And I think Harry, more than anyone, realises he’s walking a tightrope.
"Yes, he needs to make money, and yes, the Royal Family has made him feel excluded and he feels unsupported.
"But he also realises, on a professional level, he needs some of their magic fairy dust. And, on an emotional level, they’re family,” she told The Royal Beat.
Her comments come after Meghan was spotted accompanying Harry at a polo event in California on Sunday.
But royal expert Richard Eden believes that the appearance indicates “that all is not well” with the Sussexes.
Speaking on the Palace Confidential podcast, Mr Eden said: “I remember writing about the polo back in Britain years ago that Meghan wasn’t very keen for Harry to play in polo matches unless it could be guaranteed that it would raise £1million for charity each time.
“She felt that it was kind of beneath him to be playing in matches that would just make a few thousand pounds when he should be going for the big ticket matches.
But we’ve got Meghan turning up at all these events, handing over trophies, the same way she turned up at the Invictus Games and, to me, that’s an indication that all’s not well.”