Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to make their UK go back in combination this weekend for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex introduced they might even be bringing their youngsters Archie and Lilibet Diana with them. Arthur Edwards, royal photographer of The Sun newspapers, has since mentioned whether or not a photograph of Lilibet might be launched to mark her birthday and primary assembly with the Queen.
Speaking on Piers Morgan Uncensored, Mr Edwards stated: “If they publish a picture when the Queen meets Lilibet, that will wipe everything else out.
“That image will simply scream the entirety the Queen is making an attempt to reach with us, doing her best to make appearances and it’ll simply move to items.
“I just hope she doesn’t turn up with a photographer to do that and put it out.
“And I do not believe the Queen will permit it anyway.”
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It comes as Harry and Meghan’s popularity has sunk to a record low, according to a new poll.
Nearly two thirds of Britons (63 percent) hold a negative view of Harry and Meghan, according to the YouGov survey on the favourability of members of the royal family.
The results come as the couple, who have stepped down as working royals and moved to north America, will return to the UK this week with their two children to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Harry’s favourability score has dropped from -25 in March to -26 in May, with 58 percent of people thinking of him negatively versus 32% who see him in a positive light.
The poll, carried out on 1,692 adults between May 18 and 19, also revealed that the Queen remains the most popular royal.
Eight in 10 Britons hold a positive opinion of the monarch, versus 12 percent who see her negatively – giving her a net score of +69.
The survey showed that 77 percent of the public think the Duke of Cambridge will do a good job as king, compared to 57 percent for the Prince of Wales.
William is seen as a good role model by seven in 10 Britons, while only three in 10 think the same of his brother Harry.