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Don’t expect behind-the-scenes footage of Queen Elizabeth’s platinum jubilee to appear on Netflix. According to sources, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are prohibited from filming in palaces or royal residences.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are filming a documentary series for the series, are set to travel to Britain next week for royal celebrations. But they will not bring their cameras with them as part of the “Sandringham deal” that was entered into when the couple renounced their royal roles in January 2020.

When asked if they were planning to film while in the UK, the royal source replied: “I highly doubt they’d think about it. It would be such a bad look.”

“Even if they could smuggle the camera, they wouldn’t be able to use any footage. I think they could record home videos on their phones, but frankly I don’t think they would.

Harry and Markle brought their two children, Archie, 3, and Lillibet, who turns one on Saturday 4 June, in England. For the first time, the Queen will meet her great-granddaughter of the same name. It is believed that so far she has only seen the little girl over Zoom.

Markle and Prince Harry joined the Queen, Prince William and Kate Middleton on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after Trooping The Color in 2018. They were not invited to the balcony for a photo shoot this year. JC Photos

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The Sussexes will be staying at their UK home, Frogmore Cottage, which is just half a mile from Windsor Castle, where the Queen lives. Princess Beatrice, Harry’s cousin, now lives in the five-room Frogmore with her husband, Jack Brooksbank, and their young son, August.

Another royal informant said the proximity to the castle would allow the Sussex family to see the Queen in private, adding: “They will not introduce Lily to the Queen in public, that’s for sure.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stop about half a mile from the Queen’s House in Windsor Castle AFP via Getty Images

One source known to the Sussexes said “believe me, they wouldn’t mind giving a public moment during the jubilee”.

But a royal informant said the couple’s arrival “would totally remind the world that they were part of the show”.