Palace aides nervous and kept in the dark over Harry and Meghans Jubilee plan

Aides at Buckingham Palcace have reportedly been kept in the dark this week over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's plans for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations – leaving them 'nervous'.

Harry and Meghan are set to land in the UK today (Wednesday, June 1) along with their young children to take part in a few events over the long Bank Holiday.

It's thought that three-year-old Archie and Lilibet, who turns one on Saturday (June 4), will accompany the couple as they take part in the Jubilee schedule reports the Mirror.

However, it's unknown precisely which of these celebrations they will attend and if their young children will join them all the time.

It's been widely reported that the Sussexes will be at the St Paul’s Cathedral thanksgiving service on Friday (June 3) and potentially the Jubilee pageant on Sunday (June 5).

Celebrations kick off tomorrow with Trooping the Colour, but the Queen has ruled that only working members of the family will be allowed on the Buckingham Palace balcony ruling Harry and Meghan out.

Courtiers have suggested there is “nervousness” over the Sussexes’ arrival after reports they are in talks to film a reality show about their lives in the US.

Camera crews from Netflix, which the couple have a £100million production deal with, followed them during the Invictus Games in April.

However, sources have said the couple does not plan to detract from the Queen's celebrations – and that they will not be bringing Netflix cameras with them.

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One source said: "There has been further contact between the Duke and members of his family, but any talk of them planning to cause a scene or detract from the Queen’s celebrations is nonsense.

"They are here to see family and enjoy what will undoubtedly be an incredible moment in history.”

While sources close to the couple said it was “ludicrous” to suggest they would bring the Netflix cameras with them, adding: “They aren’t even bringing a press team. It’s all very low key.

“Whoever is being hysterical needs to have a cup of tea and calm down.”

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