Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been urged to sign a non-disclosure agreement if they have plans to spend Christmas with the Royal family.
As per a report from The Times, news broke that the couple, who stepped down from working royals, would likely accept an invitation from the Royals to spend the Christmas at Sandringham.
However, royal experts are agitated that many things said in the family gathering could end up becoming the headlines for the public interest.
Royal expert Kinsey Schofield and Talk TV host Cristo Foufas discussed what the couple’s visit would look like if they did travel to the UK for Christmas.
Speaking on the network, Mr Foufas said: "I am very much in favour of the Markles - let's call them by their family name because they are the Markles - I'm very keen on the Markles spending time with the royals as long as they sign a full non-disclosure agreement.
The host continued, "As long as the Netflix, Hallmark, Spotify or whatever crew they've got for whatever grift they are doing that week - as long as they stay outside in the car, I don't see why it would go wrong at all."
Mr Foufas insisted, "I'm sorry, they should sign a non-disclosure agreement so they are legally bound to shut up."
Speaking of a Christmas visit, a source close to the Sussexes reported to the outlet, "I can't imagine [they] would decline an invitation to spend time with His Majesty."
However, the invitations and concerns are currently based on mere assumptions, as no such invite has been sent to the Duke and Duchess amid the burgeoning concerns that they could leak private conversations to the media.