JUST when you thought Harry did the right thing by flying in to see the Queen and her father, Meghan stepped in.
It was an apparent shot at the expense of the royal family’s post-Megxit comment on devotion and duty.
For all the talk of olive branches, at least it’s clear that Meghan can’t let it go. Conflicts are, of course, grist for the Sussexes’ PR mill. Netflix won’t pay over £100m for scenes featuring happy families.
The more palace egos Meghan and Harry sting – even if they appear to be trying to build bridges – the greater the drama for their documentary.
Harry too has a juicy autobiography for sale.
There must be fears among the courtiers that the Duke and Duchess will convince the Queen that they deserve a role in their Platinum Jubilee celebrations. If they ask, there’s no way she’ll be able or willing to refuse.
Meanwhile, the two posed for their film crew in Holland, at home Wills and Kate stepped forward to fill the gap left by an absent Her Majesty during yesterday’s Easter service in Windsor. No fuss, no drama.
However, self-service still seems to be the order of the day for the Sussexes.
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Men of Steel
HEAVY today the incredible bravery of the small group of Ukrainian brothers holding onto Mariupol.
Putin’s killers are out to destroy the last resistance of a few hundred marines holed up in a steel mill – even if that means using chemical weapons.
It is humbling to think of the extraordinary sacrifices made by the defenders.
We salute them in their final glorious moments.
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