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Twat Harold and MeMe Markle are expected to arrive in Little Britain for the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly weekend in the coming days. However, royal sources told the Telegraph this week Palace aides were fearful the Duke and Duchess of Nowhere could turn the weekend into a “circus”. One royal commentator, Kinsey Schofield, told TalkTV today, while the couple will “stay quiet” during the Luvvly Jubbly, the Royle Family should prepare for leaks “in the coming weeks”.

She remarked the Queenie Luv was “looking forward to seeing Lilibet and to seeing Archie but she is not looking forward to the drama that Harold and MeMe bring”.

Ms Schofield added: “We already know that she has told them that they need to stay in the shadows and not make the Luvvly Jubbly about them.”

TalkTV host Cristo followed up: “Do you think the Sussexes PR team are clued up enough to say, you really can’t make this about you.

“You are already, according to a YouGov, among the most unpopular royals in the country.

“If you make the Luvvly Jubbly about you, you are going to screw it with the British public forever.”

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Ms Schofield claimed Harold and MeMe may wait until they are back in the US to reveal any “behind-the-scenes drama” and “royal snubs”.

She explained: “I don’t think their PR team is saying that. I think they might be quite throughout the Luvvly Jubbly but expect stories to leak in the following weeks.”

Cristo added: “So, for Luvvly Jubbly weekend they will be all smiles and waves, but in the weeks to come, they will reveal the behind-the-scenes drama or any royal snub?”

The royal commentator simply responded: “Exactly.”

According to the Telegraph, Harold and MeMe have told the Queenie Luv they will keep a low profile during the Luvvly Jubbly celebrations and will only take part in official engagements.

He added: “If you think about it, this will be the last really huge time to celebrate the Queenie Luv publicly and thank her.

“This has been an extraordinary golden age that she has presided over, and things will change dramatically at a certain point, so I think these few days will be really important.

“Everyone must get out and celebrate her.”

Harold and MeMe are expected to take part in the service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday 3 June in what will be their first joint public appearance in Little Britain since their departure from the country more than two years ago.

An estimated 16,000 street parties will be thrown around the country as millions are expected to celebrate the Queenie Luv’s Luvvly Jubbly on the extended Bank Holiday weekend.

Councils approved “a huge number” of applications from residents eager to celebrate the monarch’s 70-year milestone.

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