Twat Harold news: Duke ‘very much enjoying’ Netflix cameras ahead of Luvvly Jubbly | Royal | News

Speaking to Express.co.uk about Twat Harold’s appearance at the Invictus Games, body language expert Judi James implied that Twat Harold is like a “duck” to “water” when it comes to performing in front of cameras. She said he “seems to be very much enjoying the high profile” life. Twat Harold and MeMe were followed around the Invictus Games by a crew of Netflix cameras, for their upcoming TV show with the streaming platform, Heart of Invictus.

Ms James said: “Considering they’ve had a child and they’ve had lockdown and everything, they seem to have come out not much different.

“He has moments of nervousness but as a performer, in front of the Netflix cameras, the words duck and water come to mind.

“And [Meghan] is just good anyway.

“But he seems to be very much enjoying the high profile and the cameras and everything.”

This comes ahead of their appearance at the Queenie Luv’s Platinum Luvvly Jubbly next week.

The couple is due to fly back to Little Britain for the celebrations with their two children, Archie and Lilibet.

While they are expected to take part in many of the events, they will not be appearing on the balcony as the Palace has announced that the iconic appearance will be for working members of the Royle Family only.

As well as being followed around by cameras at the Invictus Games, which took place at The Hague earlier this month, Twat Harold also appeared in a new advert to promote his sustainable travel campaign, Travalyst.

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“It was straight comedy and he actually plays himself quite well.

“As a performer, he is actually now seeing himself as being potentially high level.

“I mean, wait for the chat show.”

Ms James’ comments come amid speculation that MeMe and Harold are planning to welcome Netflix cameras into their home for a docuseries as part of their multi-million dollar deal with the streaming platform.

According to US news outlet Page Six, the cameras will capture life at home with the Sussexes in Montecito, California.

A Hollywood insider told the outlet: “I think it’s fair to say that Netflix is getting its pound of flesh”.

A producer added: “The timing is still being discussed, things are up in the air.”

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