Prince Harry could offer his perspective as an “outsider” at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations on a new Spotify podcast, a royal expert has claimed.
Despite visiting the UK over the Jubilee weekend with his wife Meghan Markle, Harry was absent from most of the weekend’s festivities apart from an appearance at a thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral, which the Queen did not attend.
Now back in the US, the couple are expected to focus once more on their personal projects, and yesterday (Monday, June 6) released a photo of daughter Lilibet marking her first birthday.
And, with Meghan’s Archetypes podcast series expected for release this summer, royal commentator Neil Sean has claimed that the Duke of Sussex might follow suit with a similar podcast of his own.
“The team from Spotify would like the inside loop on what it was like for them [Harry and Meghan], their personal perspective, of the Platinum Jubilee events,” he told viewers of his YouTube channel.
“Not anything untoward or anything nasty, but the crowds, the feeling of London, the spectacle, the flags everywhere… all that sort of stuff.
“What I quite like about this and I think this could work in their favour, is if Prince Harry himself is to give his version of what it was like as an outsider not within the royal circle.
“Because that’s what he became didn’t he, when he popped up at St Paul’s Cathedral, there he was as part of the thanksgiving service but very much way down the pecking order.”
Aside from this possible project, fans of the Sussexes are patiently awaiting the release of Meghan’s Archetypes podcast, with the Duchess hinting in a teaser trailer that the series would “dissect, explore and subvert the labels that try to hold women back".
No firm date has been set for the podcast’s release, and Meghan has since suffered the setback of having her animated series Pearl reportedly cancelled by Netflix amid cuts at the streaming giant.
Daily Star has contacted representatives of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for comment.
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