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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's visit to the UK will be a "distraction" and they will do a lot of "acting", says Jennie Bond.
BBC Breakfast welcomed royal correspondent Jennie Bond to talk about the Queen's Jubilee on Sunday's (May 22) programme.
Talking about the June Jubilee, Jenny said: "Yes, of course, Harry will be a distraction full stop and Meghan as well.
"And all eyes will be on how they act and talking bout Charles and Camilla acting earlier, I think there will be a lot of acting as they go around as a family."
She continued: "We are going to be watching the body language which is a shame but this is not about that this is about the Queen, not about Andrew, not about Harry it's about the Queen."
This comes a day after Breakfast presenter Charlie Stayt was left red-faced on the show after appearing to forget co-host Naga Munchetty's name.
At the start of the show, Charlie stuttered as he tried to introduce his colleague.
The host said: "good morning welcome to BBC Breakfast with Naga mmm Maga mm, before sighing and saying oh Boy."
Naga then had to come to his rescue by butting in and finishing off the introduction herself, saying "Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt".
He then tried again and was able to get his co-host's name right this time around.
He smiled at Naga and said: "Good morning and welcome to breakfast with Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt."
BBC Breakfast viewers stormed to Twitter to comment on Charlie's blunder.
One said: "Charlie forgot who he was working with for a second there."
Another added: "Charlie just f***d up the intro."
Earlier this week, Charlie was praised after he caught out Deputy Prime Minister over the current issue of rising fuel prices.
Over on Twitter, viewers went wild for Charlie for "riling" up Dominic Raab during his clever and tactical interview.
One person commented: "Raab getting defensive there with Charlie… I like that Charlie can rile him like that… shows him for the weak minister he is #BBCBreakfast."
- Prince Harry
- Meghan Markle
- BBC Breakfast
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