Queen’s two word response to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry after they asked to take a photo with Lilibet and her | The Sun

THE TWO word-reply said to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's request to take a photo of Lilibet and the Queen has been revealed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the UK to support Her Majesty during the Platinum Jubilee weekend, creating the perfect chance to get some pictures.

But the LA-based couple weren't so lucky – after the Queen banned Harry and Meghan from bringing a photographer into Windsor Castle to capture the moment Lilibet met Lilibet.

An insider said: “Harry and Meghan wanted their photographer to capture the moment Lilibet met the Queen.

“But they were told 'no chance'. It was a private family meeting.”

The Sussexes introduced their daughter Lilibet to her great-grandmother for the first time on Thursday afternoon, The Sun understands.


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And Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, scurried back to California on Sunday afternoon without a snap.

There were fears any photos of the Queen and Lilibet taken by the couple’s photographer would be shared by them with US telly networks

Angela Levin claimed Netflix is displeased with the Sussexes The Queen turned down the chance to be snapped with her great-granddaughter.

"That image would have been very valuable," she said.

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"Netflix wanted them to get photos with senior royals, and bosses aren't very pleased with them.

"That's why they wanted to go to the service at St Paul's, so they could be seen in public for their Netflix series, but they would have been astonished at their seats."

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The couple had agreed to stick to the script to keep a low profile for the weekend, with no Netflix cameras.

They had to make do with second row royal status at the Queen’s Thanksgiving Service at St Paul’s on Friday.

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