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Meghan Markle latest news – Prince Harry ‘clearly unhappy’ and ’embarrassed’ as Duchess revels in collecting awards

PRINCE Harry looked like a “fish out of water” when he accepted an award with Meghan on Saturday, a body language expert said.

The Duke and Duchess accepted an award at the NAACP Image Awards in LA over the weekend.

But according to Dr Lillian Glass, Prince Harry looked “embarrassed” and like he “didn’t want to be there”.

She also told Express.co.uk that Meghan Marke “on the other hand, is in her element”, explaining: “Harry looked like a fish out of water as he didn’t know what to do or how to comport himself as he looked down at the award and examined it and then rocked back and forth and pulled away from Meghan.

“He straightened up for a while when she quickly turned her head towards him and shot him a not so pleasant look indicating that he was on stage and to be aware of it and to shape up. He purses his lips in embarrassment and then cocks his head like a wounded puppy and then looks at the camera.

“He is not smiling the whole time he is up there. He then forgets and looks back at her and looks down and then returns to facing the camera.”

Dr Glass continued to say that, “Meghan on the other hand is in her element as she looks directly into the camera and speaks eloquently,” while “”Harry is clearly not happy and uncomfortable as indicated through his body language at this event.”

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  • Prince harry ‘won’t come back’ as ‘he cannot face his family’

    Royal biographer, Tom Bower, has claimed that Prince Harry is unlikely to return to the UK this year, despite the Queen’s Jubilee.

    Tom Bower, who is currently writing a biography of Meghan Markle told Closer that the Duke faces the ultimate ‘ultimate dilemma’.

    He must decide whether to return to the UK to visit his beloved grandmother, knowing he’s being paid to reveal all for his mutch anticipated memoir.

    The author said: “I think Harry won’t come back because he knows he cannot face his family, and be pleasant with them, knowing what he’s written about them in that book.” 

    Bower added: “That book will have a lot of casualties and cause a lot of hurt. It will really deliver, as Harry knows it has to, to justify the money he’s been paid to do it.

    “How can Harry come back and pretend it’s all fine? The worst of what he will say is yet to come.”

  • Sussexes dramatic comeback plan

    A royal author has claimed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are hoping to return to the UK as “part time royals” when Prince Charles ascends the throne.

    Since taking a step back from royal duties, the couple has gone on to establish new careers as private citizens by pursuing philanthropic work and signing deals with streaming giants Netflix and Spotify.

    But Tom Quinn told the To Di For Daily podcast that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may be interested in a royal comeback in the future.

    He said: “One interesting thing an insider told me… is that both Meghan and Harry believe that when the elder royals die – in other words, Elizabeth – they may well be able when Charles is King, be able to come back and be the part-time royals that they really wanted to be.

    “So that they would be six months [as] working royals and six months in the States or wherever doing their own thing.”

  • Meghan supports British patronage with grant

    Meghan Markle has continued to support one of her UK patronages, Smart Works with a grant from her and Prince Harry’s US-based Archewell Foundation.    

    Smart Works is a team of 300 trained volunteers, helping long-term unemployed and vulnerable women regain the skills, confidence and tools to succeed at job interviews, and ultimately return to employment.

    Kate Stephens, CEO, Smart Works said: “We are so grateful to Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex and Archewell Foundation for their steadfast support of Smart Works’ mission and continued growth.

    “Whether in person or remote, we are dedicated to providing women with the tools they need to feel confident at such a critical moment in their lives, and the research we are undertaking will shine a light on the challenges they face.”

    The new Smart Works project will be published in late 2022. What we know now is that it aims to focus on data around female unemployment in the UK.

  • Hi, Louis Allwood with you today reporting on all the latest news on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

  • Meghan praised for entering ‘uncharted territory’

    Meghan Markle has been praised after she was compared to a “federal judge or elected official” for marrying into the Royal Family as a black woman.

    The praise came from American lawyer Professor Anita Hill in an op-ed published to commemorate Black History Month.

    Professor Hill wrote in her piece: “After the press conference ended, I sat up straighter and felt grateful to have witnessed another glass ceiling that was shattered in my lifetime.”

    She continued: “I was recently able to connect with one of these women – Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex – and while her role over the past few years hasn’t been that of a federal judge or elected official, I couldn’t help but see a measure of parallelism given her experience navigating uncharted territory as a Black woman”.

  • Harry mingles with US stars at NACCP awards

    PRINCE Harry was pictured sharing a sweet hug with the singer Jennifer Hudson after mingling with US stars at the NACCP awards.

    The 38-year-old grinned as he embraced R&B royalty backstage on Saturday, after he and wife Meghan Markle received a prestigious award.

    In candid snaps shared on social media, the pair looked delighted to cross paths behind the scenes at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. 

    The Duke of Sussex rubbed shoulders with a string of celebs including Anthony Anderson at the bash after chatting to Grammy winner Hudson.

  • Good morning, Milica Cosic with you today reporting on all the latest news on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

  • To kick off Women’s History Month today, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make charitable donation

    Meghan and Harry have made a charitable donation to Smart Works, a charity aimed at aiding women to reach their full potential.

    Meghan is still a patron of the charity as one of the two patronages she kept after she and her husband stepped down as senior royals early 2020.

    The website for Sussexes’ organisation, Archewell Foundation, said, “Archewell Foundation’s support will enable the creation of the Smart Works Female Unemployment Index, which will be an extremely robust study looking at unemployment issues that affect women across the UK, with the aim of creating an annual benchmark against which progress and change can be tracked.”

  • Meghan wows in Christopher John Rogers at the NAACP Awards

    This weekend, Meghan and Harry attended the NAACP Awards in the US and were awarded the President’s Award for their record of special achievement and public service.

    Wearing Christopher John Rogers, a New York based Black designer, Meghan gave a short but powerful acceptance speech.

    Along with the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, she expressed solidarity with Ukraine and reflected on the memory of George Floyd.

  • Expert calls Meghan Markle ‘most inspirational Royal’

    Lawyer and activist Dr. Shola Mos-Shogbamimu said in an exclusive chat with The Daily Express that she sees Meghan Markle as the most inspirational royal, but the Queen as the most influential.

    “I don’t think Meghan is a past royal,” she said.

    “She’s still royal, as she’s married to the Duke of Sussex, who is the grandson of the Queen – so she is absolutely still royal. Is she inspiring? I think so.”

    Mos-Shogbamimu continued to say: “It’s on a larger scale for Meghan because she’s got the global eye amplified to her. But what they are doing to her is what they do to us, too.”

    Discussing The Duchesses way of life before entering The Firm, Dr. Shola said: “Meghan was an independent woman and a millionaire before she met Harry. Therefore, they weren’t giving her anything that she didn’t already have. So I would definitely say that Meghan, in 2022, is the most inspirational royal.”

    “I think Harry probably wanted to do more and wanted more flexibility,” she also said. “Meghan being in his life gave him the wings he needed to fly.”

  • Meghan wows in Christopher John Rogers at the NAACP Awards

    This weekend, Meghan and Harry attended the NAACP Awards in the US and were awarded the President’s Award for their record of special achievement and public service.

    Wearing Christopher John Rogers, a New York based Black designer, Meghan gave a short but powerful acceptance speech.

    Along with the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, she expressed solidarity with Ukraine and reflected on the memory of George Floyd.

  • To kick off Women’s History Month today, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make charitable donation

    Meghan and Harry have made a charitable donation to Smart Works, a charity aimed at aiding women to reach their full potential.

    Meghan is still a patron of the charity as one of the two patronages she kept after she and her husband stepped down as senior royals early 2020.

    The website for Sussexes’ organisation, Archewell Foundation, said, “Archewell Foundation’s support will enable the creation of the Smart Works Female Unemployment Index, which will be an extremely robust study looking at unemployment issues that affect women across the UK, with the aim of creating an annual benchmark against which progress and change can be tracked.”

  • Harry hugs singer Jennifer Hudson after mingling with US stars

    Harry was pictured sharing a sweet hug with the singer Jennifer Hudson after mingling with US stars at the NACCP awards.

    The 38-year-old grinned as he embraced R&B royalty backstage on Saturday, after he and wife Meghan Markle received a prestigious award.

    In candid snaps shared on social media, the pair looked delighted to cross paths behind the scenes at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. 

    The Duke of Sussex rubbed shoulders with a string of celebs including Anthony Anderson at the bash after chatting to Grammy winner Hudson.

    He had earlier graced the stage with Meghan – who stunned in a tonal blue dress – to receive the President’s Award for special achievement and distinguished public service. 

  • Expert calls Meghan Markle ‘most inspirational Royal’

    Lawyer and activist Dr. Shola Mos-Shogbamimu said in an exclusive chat with The Daily Express that she sees Meghan Markle as the most inspirational royal, but the Queen as the most influential.

    “I don’t think Meghan is a past royal,” she said.

    “She’s still royal, as she’s married to the Duke of Sussex, who is the grandson of the Queen – so she is absolutely still royal. Is she inspiring? I think so.”

    Mos-Shogbamimu continued to say: “It’s on a larger scale for Meghan because she’s got the global eye amplified to her. But what they are doing to her is what they do to us, too.”

    Discussing The Duchesses way of life before entering The Firm, Dr. Shola said: “Meghan was an independent woman and a millionaire before she met Harry. Therefore, they weren’t giving her anything that she didn’t already have. So I would definitely say that Meghan, in 2022, is the most inspirational royal.”

    “I think Harry probably wanted to do more and wanted more flexibility,” she also said. “Meghan being in his life gave him the wings he needed to fly.”

  • Most people still have empathy for Meghan and Harry

    Despite the Sussexes seemingly living in the US to escape the UK, British people are yet to turn their backs on the royals.

    With Meghan coming in top and Harry hot on her heals, Prince Andrew interestingly comes in third for public considering coverage to be overly critical.

  • Most people still have empathy for Meghan and Harry

    Despite the Sussexes seemingly living in the US to escape the UK, British people are yet to turn their backs on the royals.

    With Meghan coming in top and Harry hot on her heals, Prince Andrew interestingly comes in third for public considering coverage to be overly critical.

  • To kick off Women’s History Month today, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make charitable donation

    Meghan and Harry have made a charitable donation to Smart Works, a charity aimed at aiding women to reach their full potential.

    Meghan is still a patron of the charity as one of the two patronages she kept after she and her husband stepped down as senior royals early 2020.

    The website for Sussexes’ organisation, Archewell Foundation, said, “Archewell Foundation’s support will enable the creation of the Smart Works Female Unemployment Index, which will be an extremely robust study looking at unemployment issues that affect women across the UK, with the aim of creating an annual benchmark against which progress and change can be tracked.”

  • Expert calls Meghan Markle ‘most inspirational Royal’

    Lawyer and activist Dr. Shola Mos-Shogbamimu said in an exclusive chat with The Daily Express that she sees Meghan Markle as the most inspirational royal, but the Queen as the most influential.

    “I don’t think Meghan is a past royal,” she said.

    “She’s still royal, as she’s married to the Duke of Sussex, who is the grandson of the Queen – so she is absolutely still royal. Is she inspiring? I think so.”

    Mos-Shogbamimu continued to say: “It’s on a larger scale for Meghan because she’s got the global eye amplified to her. But what they are doing to her is what they do to us, too.”

    Discussing The Duchesses way of life before entering The Firm, Dr. Shola said: “Meghan was an independent woman and a millionaire before she met Harry. Therefore, they weren’t giving her anything that she didn’t already have. So I would definitely say that Meghan, in 2022, is the most inspirational royal.”

    “I think Harry probably wanted to do more and wanted more flexibility,” she also said. “Meghan being in his life gave him the wings he needed to fly.”

  • Duchess wore Princess Diana’s gold omega chain bracelet

    During the NAACP Awards, Meghan was also spotted wearing Princess Diana’s yellow gold omega chain cuff bracelet – which she first wore during her royal tour of Australia with Prince Harry in 2018.

    It comes just weeks after Harry attended the star-studded Super Bowl with Princess Eugenie.

    He was pictured inspecting the Vince Lombardi Trophy while wearing an LA Super Bowl cap, after posing with country singer Mickey Guyton, 38.

    The Duke was also seen chatting to Cedric the Entertainer after enjoying half-time entertainment from hip-hop legends Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg and Mary J Blige.

  • Harry calls Meghan his ‘incredible wife’

    The Duke of Sussex told attendees: “I think it’s safe to say I come from a very different background to my incredible wife, yet our lives were brought together for a reason.

    “We share a commitment to a life of service, a responsibility to confront injustice and a belief that the most overlooked are often the most important to listen to.”

    Harry wore a smart black tuxedo to the ceremony, while Meghan wore a Christopher John Rogers dress worth an estimated £2,000, her £260,000 engagement ring and £7,000 accessories to the awards.

    Speaking to Vogue, Christopher revealed he was approached by Meghan a month ago to work together.

    He said: “I was immediately struck by her warmth and just her overall demeanour—her sense of ease and confidence within herself.

  • Prince Harry hugs Jennifer Hudson

    PRINCE Harry was pictured sharing a sweet hug with the singer Jennifer Hudson after mingling with US stars at the NACCP awards.

    The 38-year-old grinned as he embraced R&B royalty backstage on Saturday, after he and wife Meghan Markle received a prestigious award.

    In candid snaps shared on social media, the pair looked delighted to cross paths behind the scenes at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. 

    The Duke of Sussex rubbed shoulders with a string of celebs including Anthony Anderson at the bash after chatting to Grammy winner Hudson.

    He had earlier graced the stage with Meghan – who stunned in a tonal blue dress – to receive the President’s Award for special achievement and distinguished public service. 

    It recognised their work through the Archewell Foundation, including their support in tackling the Covid-19 pandemic and attention brought to the Black Lives Matter movement.

  • Harry & Meghan told to fight over Eugenie pics

    Prince Harry and Meghan have been told to sue after pictures emerged of the couple having dinner with Princess Eugenie while she was in the States.

    Mark Stephens, a media law specialist at Howard Kennedy, said: “They can sue. There was a case where Paul Weller sued. He was sitting outside a restaurant in Santa Monica with his children and he sued for privacy in the UK.”

    Mr Stephens, speaking to Newsweek, added: “They’ll sue whoever published them in the UK, that’s for sure.

    “I don’t know whether they can get TMZ here, but it will be worth a go.”

  • Meghan Markle’s ‘regal’ message

    An unseen portrait of Meghan Markle taken at the United Nations HQ has been released, and royal fans have commented on how ‘regal and beautiful’ she looks.

    The Duchess of Sussex posed for the improvised studio event on behalf of United Women.

    Commenting on the photo, one fan wrote: “This feels regal and peaceful. Beautiful photo!”

    Another fan put: “Extraordinary portrait!”

    And a third said: “Keep up the good work. Fantastic photo of the Queen.👸🏻”

  • Queen’s appearance comes just days before postponed diplomatic reception

    A diplomatic reception the monarch was due to host at Windsor Castle on Wednesday was postponed.

    The Queen was due to meet hundreds of members of the Diplomatic Corps but Buckingham Palace said on Saturday she had accepted the Foreign Secretary’s advice to delay the event. It is understood the decision was made because of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

    She has a string of high-profile events coming up that she is due to attend, including the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on March 14, and then the Duke of Edinburgh’s memorial service, also at the Abbey, on March 29.

    The nation’s longest-reigning monarch, who is believed to have been triple vaccinated, recently spent more than three months resting, on doctors’ orders.

    In the autumn she pulled out of attending the Cop26 climate change summit, the Festival of Remembrance and then the Remembrance Sunday Cenotaph service due to a sprained back. She also missed the Church of England’s General Synod.

  • Charles says ‘Queen is a lot better’ during Southend walkabout

    The Prince of Wales has revealed the Queen is “a lot better now” following her bout of Covid as she carried out virtual events meeting diplomats.

    Charles’ comment came during a visit to Essex to formally present Southend with the Letters Patent granting it city status following the death of MP Sir David Amess.

    Earlier the Queen was photographed hosting virtual audiences with ambassadors for the first time since her Covid diagnosis.

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