Meghan Markle: Netflix to follow Harry and Meghan on their Holland trip

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle secured a contract with Netflix in 2021 to create content for them and now as the two travel outside the US for the first time, Netflix will follow them.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are set to travel to Holland for the Invictus Game next week. And as the couple steps foot outside the US for the first time – after quitting as senior royals – a source close to the couple has claimed that Netflix will be following them.

Followers on board

Prince Harry was absent from the memorial ceremony for his grandfather, Prince Philip, last week because he is embroiled in a court struggle with the UK government over a decision to lower his protection. Regardless, The Sun has reported that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will fly to the Netherlands for the Games, which will take place from April 16 to 22.

Amidst this, it is expected that the Netflix crew will follow the two on their journey. After their £120 million Netflix TV series contract, the couple is apparently partnering with the streaming giant again. Many speculated that the Sussexes were in the middle of filming even in September 2021 as Harry was seen with a wire running out of his pants pocket. Additionally, Meghan is expected to join Harry on stage again at the Invictus Game opening ceremony. Rumour has it, it is going to be a big surprise to launch the event.

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Foreign travels

Meghan is excited to travel to the Invictus Game as it is close to Prince Harry’s heart, however, this hasn’t gone down well with the Palace. Palace insiders have slammed the couple's decision to attend the ceremony in The Hague after Harry said it was too unsafe to fly to the UK. Even former Met Inspector Ken Wharfe confirmed that the potential risk of the Game is far greater than any risk Prince Harry might be at in London. Inspector Wharfe has worked before for private protection for Harry, William and Princess Diana.

The Netherlands' police and security services have refused to clarify whether he will be given royal protection. However, it is expected to be so. As such, Inspector Wharfe told MailOnline:

I'm baffled about why Harry thinks he would be safer in the Netherlands than in the UK.
He would have travelled to his grandfather's memorial service with his brother or father and received protection from the Met.
It's not like he would have been turning up at Westminster Abbey on a bike.
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