Harry would want ‘cheeky Netflix clips’ if going to State Opening Of Parliament

Prince Harry has been slammed by royal fans who have claimed he would have wanted to get "some cheeky chappy footage" for Netflix if he attended the State Opening of Parliament today.

The Queen decided to pull out of attending the annual event today in a historic move that hasn't happened in 59 years.

The Monarch authorised the two next in line for the throne, Prince Charles and Prince William as Counsellors of State to replace her – with future King Charles even taking up the mantle of reading her speech.

Prince Harry's absence has been widely spoken about on social media, with some fans theorising that the US based Duke would have brought Netflix cameras along.

"Harry would bring Netflix cameras into Parliament and go for some cheeky chappy footage," one fan rudely wrote.

Another fan claimed that William attending the event over Harry proved the "different levels of service to extreme respectfulness and professionalism".

To which someone replied: "Yes one is clowning around making cheesy videos to try and make money," referencing Harry's recent advert for his Travalyst company.

Some royal fans have defended Prince Harry and claimed the Duke may be "breathing a sigh of relief" that he isn't the heir to the throne and has to attend.

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"Harry has every right not to spend his life holding his coat and walking behind William," said one person.

Another wrote: "Harry is breathing a sigh of relief."

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been tipped to do a second interview with Oprah Winfrey by a source close to the Duchess.

The insider claimed that the Sussexes are keen to deploy some "major damage control" after a slew of negative headlines and have already contacted Oprah's team.

Harry and Meghan's first interview with Oprah aired in March last year and sent shockwaves through the Royal Family.

The couple claimed a member of The Firm had raised "concerns and conversations" over what colour Archie 's skin would be.

In a different point, Harry said that his father Prince Charles had "stopped taking my calls".

Representatives for Prince Harry have been contacted for comment.

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