Several claims now surround Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's arrival in the U.K. next month to join Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Among the talks is the possibility that the Sussexes will use the event to have something to feature in their Netflix documentary.

So, will they do it or not? Will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle steal the spotlight from Queen Elizabeth?

The News noted the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would return to the U.K. to mend their relationship with the royal family and not to create new problems. There's no way the two will snatch everyone's attention from their grandmother, knowing any mishap can ruin their reunion.

Some critics believe they will be stealing the limelight by bringing their Netflix crew to cover the event. However, several royal experts contradict the claim, stressing Queen Elizabeth probably had the "ring of steel" in place to prevent Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's attempts to include her in their documentary.

A source close to the controversial couple revealed they have huge respect for Her Majesty, so there is no way they will exploit the celebrations of her 70th year on the throne. In addition, they will be bringing their kids, Archie and Lilibet, with them, so it will be the first time their 11-month-old daughter will meet her great-grandmother.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle confirmed earlier this month that they would bring Archie and Lilibet to join the Jubilee celebrations, per Telegraph. Their spokesman said that the two were excited and honored to attend the special event in June with their children.

However, they will not make a public appearance on the balcony of the Buckingham Palace alongside other working members of the royal family during the Trooping the Colour. It is also not revealed what events they will attend.

Queen Elizabeth has reportedly limited balcony appearances to working royals only. This means only the royal family members who are currently undertaking official duties and their children will be seen on the balcony.

Aside from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Prince Andrew will also not join the iconic royal family balcony appearance. Meanwhile, The Sun revealed that the Sussex family would be staying in their old Frogrmore Cottage home while in the U.K.

Several reports claimed "heightened security measures" are now being implemented to prepare for their arrival. For starters, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decided to keep their Frogmore home to have a place to stay whenever they are in the U.K.