Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly sparked “worries” among royal aides and organizers of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. As claimed, they believe that an appearance from the former working royals “would create a circus.”

Royal commentators Pandora Forsyth and Richard Palmer discussed the matter in a recent engagement, according to Express UK. It came after the latter stated that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex “could turn the Platinum Jubilee into a circus.”

He alleged that organizers of some events for the historic celebration are “really worried” about the former working royals’ appearance in June. He explained that the aides think “it will all be about them,” referring to the royal renegades.

The publication noted that there are other royal experts who have the same notion about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s attendance at the Queen’s 70th anniversary celebration. As reported, there have been speculations that they could take away the spotlight from the British Monarch.

Previously, royal editor Russel Myers asserted that he is sure about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex finding a way to “nudge to the front on some of the events” amid the celebrations. This came after Queen Elizabeth II confirmed that only senior working members of the British Royal Family will make the traditional appearance at the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Despite all the claims and speculations, though, some believe that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not do anything that will steal the focus from the British Monarch. As per Geo News, the couple will not cause any “anger” on the Queen’s part with respect to their moves and activities during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The outlet reported that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would likely “focus on mending ways” with the members of the British Royal Family. Instead of “creating new problems,” they would not do anything that could “worsen the situation.”

The latest discussions surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, alongside the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, come after they confirmed their attendance at the historic event earlier this month. A spokesperson for the pair told CNN that they are “excited and honored” to part at the celebrations this June along with their two children.

Prior to the official statement, Buckingham Palace released an announcement regarding the upcoming events for the Queen’s historic celebration. One of the things that have since been confirmed is the royal appearances at the palace’s balcony.

As clarified, only royals carrying out official duties will take part in the tradition. This means the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as well as Prince Andrew, will not join the working members of the family for the balcony appearance.