A royal expert believes that the British Royal Family will likely “cut off” Prince Harry and Meghan Markle if they share details of what went down behind closed doors during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. They might reportedly “ruin” the chance of reconciliation between them and the rest of the royals.

Page Six reported that the assertions came from biographer and journalist Duncan Larcombe. He recently spoke to Closer Magazine about the matter, noting that the “test really begins now” for the former working royals.

The expert explained that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex “cemented themselves as royals again” after their return to the United Kingdom. He also asserted that this is “great for their brand,” adding that Netflix, Spotify, and Penguin will be “eating [it] up.”

Larcombe argued, however, that “everything now depends” on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. This especially applies to their “behavior moving forward” following their participation in Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee.

The royal expert pointed out that the former working royals “would ruin” the British Royal Family’s effort of extending an olive branch “if any private information” about the historic celebrations was disclosed “to the press or revealed in a book.”

But, Larcombe countered that if the Duke and Duchess of Sussex “act appropriately and prove they can be trusted,” he believes that “it could be a huge step in the right direction and the start of a new beginning.”

The royal expert’s statements come as reports previously confirmed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s upcoming projects in partnership with Netflix, Spotify, and Penguin Random House.

A separate report from Page Six stated that the former working royals are working on an “at-home” docuseries with Netflix. In addition, the former actress is set to release a podcast this summer following their deal with Spotify.

As for the Duke of Sussex, he is said to be dropping his highly-anticipated tell-all memoir later this year.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle joined the British Royal Family to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s historic seven-decade reign in the United Kingdom. They flew to the British Royal’s turf earlier this month, along with their two children.

BBC reported at the time that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex maintained a “remarkably low-key presence” at the nearly week-long celebration.

The former working royals did not also attend all of the events and left the country even before the celebrations concluded.

The Sussexes’ return to the United Kingdom marked the family’s first since they left in 2020. It served as the first, as well, for the couple’s youngest child to meet the rest of the British Royal Family.