As the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee approaches and the royal family appears to be more welcoming toward Prince Harry and Meghan, Prince Charles reportedly expressed worry on Sunday, April 17, that the couple may overshadow the celebrations related to the Queen.

Prince Charles, who was able to meet with Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex during their visit to Windsor Castle on Thursday, reportedly told a confidant that he was worried about the kind of ruckus that could occur if Harry and Meghan were to participate in the celebrations, according to the New International.

“Many are disappointed that Andrew overshadowed Prince Philip's thanksgiving service and don't want the Meghan and Harry circus to hijack the Jubilee. This is the Queen’s show and should be about her and her 70 years of service rather than Meghan’s fashion, the kids and Harry,” the source said.

“They don’t want it to become the Harry and Meghan show. Charles and all the family are agreed on that.”

This statement was said in light of what appears to be a thawing of relations between Queen Elizabeth and Harry as he and his wife visited her before going to the Netherlands to attend the Invictus Games, which Harry himself helped establish for wounded servicemen in 2014, People reported.

It also came as Harry and Meghan shared some public displays of affection during the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games, where they shared a passionate kiss onstage before Meghan heaped praise on her veteran royal husband, according to In Style.

“I could not love and respect him more, and I know that all of you feel the same,” she said. “Because he is your fellow veteran, having served two tours of duty in Afghanistan and ten years of military service, he's the founder of the Invictus Games, and the father to our two little ones Archie and Lili.”

Harry and Meghan visited some games after launching the opening of the ceremony, followed closely by a crew of documentarians working on a Netflix show about the event. Their Netflix deal also worries the royal family, as they believe that the streaming company may ask for exclusive behind-the-scenes content for the Platinum Jubilee.

“The Royal Family will be watching on at Invictus events this week concerned where Netflix will be when the Jubilee comes round,” the source said. “They will want to film behind the scenes or be in the crowd at the Jubilee as its better footage for the documentary.”

As reports of Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attending the upcoming Platinum Jubilee for the Queen abound, Prince Charles is reportedly worried about the kind of media attention they could get during the event. Patrick van Katwijk/Getty Images.

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