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Meghan and Harry’s UK return ‘all about Netflix’ and could bring camera crew

A multimillion pound Netflix contract signing could come good for the Sussexes, who are set to return to the UK and could bring their cameras with them.

One royal expert said they would be "very surprised" if a Netflix documentary crew were not following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as they head back to the UK.

Footage for an upcoming project may be the aim of a potential crew tagging along to the Duke of Sussex's homeland, with one person alleging their trip home was "all about their documentary."

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Harry and Meghan are said to be under pressure to deliver more content to the streaming platform.

Speaking on GBNews, Rosie Wright read out a listener's comment, saying: "One of the questions that has come in from a GB News viewer and listener, this morning, is saying 'isn't this all about their documentary.

"Will they be filming whilst they are here."

Wright had put the question to on-hand royal expert, Cameron Walker, who believes the purpose of the trip does have a connection with the pressures of a Netflix contracting deal, Daily Express reported.

Walker said: "I would be very surprised if the Netflix crew was not trailing them."

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The expert continued: "The Netflix deal [was] reportedly worth around 80 million pounds to have, kind of, exclusive rights, up close and personal, to everything the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been doing over the last year."

Daily Star recently reported that the "clock was ticking" for the Sussexes to provide the streaming giant with more content following their ground-breaking deal.

A royal commentator said the pair would have to serve up some content for a "newly humbled" Netflix who are slashing budgets and contracts.

The Sussexes are yet to finish up any major projects for the platform, with the plug pulled on a Meghan-produced animated series.

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