Prince Harry and Meghan Markle explain their boon to Netflix under pressure during UK visit Royal

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were seen leaving Thanksgiving service at St. Paul’s Cathedral during their Platinum Jubilee visit. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s surprisingly hostile reaction was a “huge blow” to the couple, according to royal expert Neil Sr. Speaking on his YouTube channel this morning, the royal commentator claimed that the CEOs of Netflix, Spotify and Penguin Random House, which have dealings with the Sussexes, want answers over the backlash.

He explained: “As members of the royal family, they are used to being well received at events, and any protests or unwanted reactions are investigated by the police.

“But as celebrities, you can’t really control the crowd.

“And this is when Harry and Meghan gathered outside St. Paul’s Cathedral as part of the Thanksgiving service.

“When they came back to the States, they were concerned about your perception, especially the corporate heads of Netflix, Spotify and Penguin Random House, and they need to explain where this heckling is coming from. »

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Sean continued: “The team at Harry and Meghan need to explain to people why they were booed.

“According to a very good source, this adverse reaction is a huge blow to Harry and Meghan.

“They found they didn’t have as much love as they thought.

“That’s not to say he doesn’t have fans in the UK, they do, but it’s a mixed bag now after his candid comments.”

The event marked Harry and Markle’s first joint public appearance with the royal family in two years following their decision to step down as senior members of the monarchy.

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During the visit, the couple also introduced their youngest daughter, Lilibet, to the rest of the royal family.

A poll released on the eve of their visit revealed that Harry and Meghan’s popularity in the country has reached an all-time high.

Research conducted by YouGov in May among 1,692 adults asked them whether they had a positive or negative opinion of the Duke and Duchess.

Only 32% view Harry positively, while 58% view him negatively.

Meghan Markle’s net preference also dropped from -39 to -42 in the latest poll.

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