Harry told to ‘stay away’ from Jubilee amid fears Meghan could outshine Queen

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Prince Harry has been tipped by a Royal expert to return home "solo" without Meghan Markle, his son Archie and baby daughter Lilibet, following being refused permission to fund his own police protection.

Neil Sean, a Royal commentator, said that the Duke knows that "too much focus" will be put on Meghan and him "rather than the person it should be, which of course should be our glorious majesty the Queen".

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made the decision to "step away" from royal life and relocate to the States in 2020.

It remains up in the air if the Duke of Sussex will return to the UK to celebrate his grandmother's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

But some Royal fans have been speaking out against the 37-year-old Duke returning to the UK – with or without his wife and children.

One online commenter said: "Stay away! Not needed, irrelevant, not important, non-entity, liar, bully, useless, insincere, self-promoting numpty!"

Another rudely wrote: "The audacity to come here after insulting not only his family but also the people of our country too."

A third said: "He must be short of money then and in dire need of the PR."

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Despite some fans not welcoming back the Duke, others had a more positive view to his return.

One commenter said: "Nice for the Queen, of no interest to the public though."

Another stated: "I am sure the Queen would love to see them all. You and the family are welcome back any time Harry.

"The UK is your home. And you will always be much love members of the Royal Family. Always."

The Duke of Sussex previously threatened to sue over the Home Office's refusal to let him take the "unprecedented" step of paying for police to guard him when he next comes back to his country of birth.

He wanted to bring his family to visit from the US, but claims his family are “unable to return to his home” because it is too dangerous, a legal representative said.

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Harry has argued that his US-based security team do not have the sufficient jurisdiction in Britain to be able to protect him properly, and has offered to effectively "book" police officers for the duration of his next trip at no cost to the taxpayer.

He enjoyed round-the-clock protection in the years before he left his working role in the Royal Family in 2020 and became a private citizen.

But former Head of Royal Protection and Divisional Commander in the Metropolitan Police Dai Davies has hit back at the attempt, saying he had "never heard" of any public figures "hiring" police officers in their day-to-day lives.

Harry and Meghan's representatives have been contacted for comment.

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