Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's upcoming return to London ahead of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee could serve as the perfect moment to capture Netflix footage, claims the Loose Women stars.
During Monday's (May 30) instalment of the popular ITV show, the panel consisting of Jane Moore, Carol McGiffin, Katie Piper and Linda Robson all shared their takes on the Sussexes' first official trip back to Blighty.
This weekend, the nation will celebrate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth being on the throne for 70 years with the country's first Platinum Jubilee.
As part of the celebrations, The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex will be flying back across the pond to commemorate the Queen's amazing achievement.
The Loose Women stars think that Harry and Meghan will find a way to make the most of their trip, and capture footage for their upcoming Netflix documentary.
While there is a ban which has been enforced by the palace to stop them from filming on the grounds.
Jane started the discussion by asking: “Are they going to be bringing Netflix cameras with them?”
Linda replied: “I can’t see them in the Palace.”
And Carol said: “Can you imagine?”
But then Jane shared that she thinks they will still be able to bring cameras with them for filming, but with the crew being within the general crowds.
She said: “They could do it from afar. Like somebody [camera crew] in the crowd and then there they are?”
Viewers were quick to jump in on the debate and shared their views on Harry and Meghan's return.
One wrote: "Why is that even a question on #LooseWomen are we ready to welcome Harry and Meghan back nothing to do with anyone that's the Queen's family it's her celebrations and she wants them there people need to leave them alone."
Another wrote: "Can ITV please hire someone who isn't either a tory of a monarchist. It would begood to see an actual clash of opinion instead of the tory agenda and royal arse kissing #LooseWomen."
A third said: "None of us know what has gone on with Harry and the Royal family. He's never criticised the Queen. Just leave them all alone #LooseWomen."
One disagreed however said said: "Well chatting to Oprah was a mistake…"
Another said: "why are we still talking about Megan and Harry are there not worse things in the world to discuss.”
When Harry and Meghan come to the UK, they will stay at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor. It will be baby Lilibet's first birthday party, and it will be the first time she has met her great grandmother Queen Elizabeth.
Her birthday is on Saturday 4 June, so the family will be celebrating the Queen's 70 years on the throne, and the families newest member.
They will be in the UK for around four days over the long weekend, with Royal aides making sure the Queen's diary is not too hectic.
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