Netflix cameras will be MOVED ON if they try and film Meghan and Harry during Jubilee

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Netflix cameras will be MOVED ON if they try and film Meghan and Harry during Jubilee

Many of the world's media outlets will maintain a heavy presence around the likes of Buckingham Palace and St Paul's Cathedral in central London, w

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Many of the world’s media outlets will maintain a heavy presence around the likes of Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral in central London, where many Jubilee events are scheduled over the long weekend.

But for a number of the celebrations, camera crews require express permission to film the Royal Family during these official events.

But the streaming giant, which has signed a deal with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and is thought to have a second documentary about the royals in the works, will not count itself among that number, according to the Telegraph.

A source has claimed that, should Netflix camera crews try to set up filming positions in public areas, they will be “moved on” by services running the events.

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