• Royal commentator Angela Levin criticized Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's decision to bring their kids to the U.K. next month
  • Levin claimed it would be a "burden" on Queen Elizabeth, who will be "very busy" during her Platinum Jubilee celebrations
  • The author suggested that the reason behind the Sussexes' decision was to "make more money out of Netflix"

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have chosen the "wrong time" to bring their children to the U.K. to meet their royal relatives, a royal biographer has claimed.

Royal commentator Angela Levin, author of "Harry: A Biography of a Prince," weighed in on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's plan to bring along their son Archie, 3, and daughter Lilibet, 11 months, when they return to the U.K. next month for Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

This will mark the family of four's first time being in the U.K. together as well as Lilibet's first time meeting the 96-year-old monarch and other members of the royal family in person since Prince Harry and Markle welcomed their second child in June 2021.

However, Levin criticized the Sussexes' decision, claiming that it would be another "burden" for the Queen.

"I do actually think it's also wrong to bring their small children over at this time," Levin said on GB News. "The Queen is going to be very, very heavily in demand. There's going to be a lot she has to do. And it's quite hard for her because she hasn't got the energy, and she hasn't got the mobility."

The royal biographer added that it won't be easy for Queen Elizabeth — who limited her public appearances in recent months due to a bout with COVID-19 and unspecified health and "mobility issues" — to have small children around her who don't know her, noting that the last time the royal family saw Archie in person was before he turned 1 year old.

The "Diana's Babies: Kate, William and the Repair of a Broken Family" scribe pointed out that "fatigue is another burden" for the Queen.

"[Harry and Meghan] could have come at any time and done it quietly and nicely, and that would be a very special, intimate family event," Levin said, before suggesting that the decision may have something to do with the Sussexes' rumored Netflix documentary.

"But now, with so much going on, I just think it's a wrong time. And it's obviously chosen, in my view, to actually make more money out of Netflix," she claimed.

Prince Harry and Markle confirmed Friday that they will return to the U.K. for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, which will begin on June 2.

"Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are excited and honored to attend The Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations this June with their children," the Sussexes' spokesperson told Harper's Bazaar.

However, Prince Harry, Markle, Prince Andrew, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie will not be appearing on the Buckingham Palace balcony at the end of the traditional parade Trooping the Colour, which kicks off the four days of festivities celebrating the Queen's 70 years on the throne.

Her Majesty decided to limit the balcony appearance to working members of the royal family only, People reported.

Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex will accompany the Queen on the balcony.

A spokeswoman for Harry and Meghan indicated they would attend the queen's jubilee celebrations
A spokeswoman for Harry and Meghan indicated they would attend the queen's jubilee celebrations POOL via AFP / John Stillwell