Explosive royal row as Harry and Meghan told they’re ‘not welcome’ at Jubilee

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been warned by a Royal expert they are “not welcome” at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee events because the Duchess could “overshadow” the royal family.

The scathing remarks come from veteran columnist Amanda Platell, who also criticised Meghan’s visit to lay flowers at a memorial for 19 schoolchildren after the mass shooting in Texas as it was “in front of the world’s press".

Although the Queen has limited appearances at the Trooping the Colour on June 2 to working royals only, the Sussexes will be making an appearance for other celebrations during the monarch’s four-day weekend.

It marks the first time the couple has returned to the UK with their children since they left their royal roles to leave for America.

Platell, 64, fumed in the Daily Mail: “I shudder to think what Megs might have dreamed up to grab the Jubilee limelight.

"I’d remind her the coming days are a celebration of the indefatigable Queen who has dedicated her life to service, not self-service.

"Having abandoned their royal duties and Britain, vilified the ‘racist’ Royal Family and heaped opprobrium on Prince William and Prince Charles, what right do the Sussexes even have to be here?

"Will Oprah Winfrey fly in with them to rain on the Queen’s parade?

"I believe I speak for many when I say: Harry and Meghan, you are not welcome. Please just stay away."

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But the royal couple has reportedly “vowed not to overshadow” the Queen with their visit after it was pointed out a clash with Lilibet’s first birthday on June 4 could cause an awkward situation.

A source told The Sun they don’t want to distract from the event and added: “Harry and Meghan will want to celebrate Lilibet’s birthday somehow with their family, but diaries are full on Saturday.

“There isn’t much wriggle room to fit in a birthday party for a one-year-old.”

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