Prince Harry and William set for ‘stressful’ reunion at Jubilee says expert

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Princes William, 39, and Harry, 37, are set for a "stressful" reunion at Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee celebration.

According to royal author Angela Levin, the monumental occasion, which sees the Queen celebrate 70 years on the British throne, will be a very "frosty" encounter.

Angela told Daily Mail: "I think the St Paul's service is going to be very stressful for the royals, especially for William and Catherine, who feel they have badly let down the Royal Family.

"It will be just as frosty as the Commonwealth Service in 2020. The brothers will look serious and I suspect Meghan's Hollywood smile will be fixed."

The expert says the situation has been made worse by the news Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, 40, maybe bringing a Netflix film crew along with them as part of the docuseries they are creating for the streaming giant.

She explained: "Netflix could insist on them being there – and they are now probably not in a position to say no because they might get dropped completely."

Queen Elizabeth, 96, celebrates her Platinum Jubilee with a number of events and week-long activities planned in her honour.

It is expected the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will return to the UK for these events along with their children Archie, three, and Lilibet, 11 months.

According to the Telegraph, as well as Harry and Meghan being expected to attend the service at St Paul's, Prince Andrew is also expected to be among those attending.

This means that all of the Queen's children and grandchildren could be at the event – and some of her great-grandchildren may also reportedly attend.

Harry's daughter Lilibet, who has been named after the Queen, has never met her great-grandmother and it is sure to be a special reunion for Her Majesty.

Over the course of the Jubilee weekend, the Queen is expected to appear at Trooping the Colour on the Thursday (June 2), a church service at St Paul's Cathedral on the Friday (June 3) and at the Epsom Derby on the Saturday (June 4)

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