Palace worried about Meghan and Harry's love scene in the Lifetime movie

Palace worried about Meghan and Harry's love scene in the Lifetime movie
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry (Source: Getty Images)

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are all set to get married in two weeks and this means that the much-awaited Lifetime movie 'Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance' is also going to release. While the movie seems to be at the last stage of its production, according to Vanity Fair. Queen Elizabeth’s press office has seen all the trailers and is reportedly concerned about one scene in particular. And that's the sex scene — the trailer for the film teases the romance scene which shows Meghan and Harry not clothed, in bed and about to kiss. 

The palace is reportedly not happy with Meghan and Harry's sex scene (Photo by Eddie Mulholland - WPA Pool/Getty Images)


“What I’ve heard is that they’re seriously worried about the sex scene,” director Menhaj Huda told the magazine. Menhaj got a hint that the palace is not happy about the scene as his "wife’s best friend has been dating the press secretary of the palace.”

While the palace might not be happy about it, the scene does not seem to bother the producers or anyone else from the crew. “Let them worry,” joked producer Merideth Finn, during a panel discussion in Beverly Hills with the film’s stars, Parisa Fitz-Henley and Murray Fraser. “People have sex.”

Co-screenwriter Scarlett Lacey added that the royal family is "definitely aware of the film". The film revolves around the relationship of Meghan and Harry from the start to the time they decided to get married to each other. This will also include couple's dates in Toronto, their trip to Botswana, and their cozy, romantic proposal.

At the same time, other scenes will show how Meghan became friends with Kate Middleton, played by Laura Mitchell, Harry fighting with the Palace to make sure that Meghan is able to keep her lifestyle blog (which he clearly loses). Another interesting plotline in the movie will be Harry confronting Princess Michael of Kent, over her offensive choice of the brooch.


The producers thought it was hard to keep up with every incident that surrounded Meghan and Harry's wedding but they tried their best to keep the movie truthful and show as much as they could to the people. The couple is set to get married on May 19.

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