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Meg’s dad Thomas to ‘tell his truth’ as Harry & Duchess slam leaders over vaccine equity

PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle have once again intervened in politics as they criticised the UK and world Governments over Covid vaccines.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have signed an open letter from The People’s Vaccine.

The coalition demands coronavirus vaccines, treatments and tests be “freely available to everyone, everywhere”.

Harry and Meghan, alongside more than 130 former world leaders, Nobel laureates, scientists and others, signed the open letter calling “for urgent action to vaccinate low and middle-income countries and bring an end to the COVID-19 pandemic”.

In a statement, the People’s Vaccine said: “We are proud to welcome Archewell Foundation to the Alliance and appreciate their support, alongside Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. 

“We will work together to end vaccine inequity and ensure COVID-19 vaccines, treatments + tests are available to everyone.”

The news comes as Meghan’s dad Thomas Markle has decided to launch his own YouTube channel.

Thomas’s co-host Karl, 53, said: “Tom wants to do it to put his thoughts out there from the horse’s mouth. He wants to speak about how Meghan and Harry have affected his family. The chat will be no-holds-barred.

“He wants his truth to be out there, just like Meghan’s truth came out a year ago in her Oprah Winfrey interview.”

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  • Prince’s Harry and Meghan anguish exposed

    According to a royal expert, Prince William was left at his “lowest point” following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s departure from the Firm.

    Royal author Robert Hardman, said that the Oprah interview in particular impacted Harry’s older brother, William.

    In an extract of his new book, ‘Queen Of Our Times: The Life Of Elizabeth II’ ​​published by Macmillan on March 17, Mr Hardman wrote: “For Prince William, there was the added anguish of seeing the younger brother whom he had protected (and who had idolised him) now throwing incendiary and, in some cases, unanswerable charges into the public domain, fully aware of their likely impact.

    “Since the Oprah interview, the brothers have only met twice — at Prince Philip’s funeral and at the unveiling of the statue of their mother at Kensington Palace.”

  • Camilla blasts Russia

    THE DUCHESS of Cornwall has blasted Russia for launching a “brutal attack” in Ukraine at her International Women’s Day reception.

    Camilla spoke of the “heartbreaking conditions” that have been caused due to Russia’s invasion.

    The future Queen joined other members of the Royal family in showing solidarity to the Ukrainian people as she invited the wife of the Ukrainian ambassador to the UK to speak at Clarence House.

    The event was part of a reception for International Women’s Day, where Camilla spoke about the plight of gender equality and events in Kyiv.

  • Harry and Andrew being counsellors is ‘not right’

    The debate over Harry and Andrew’s position as counsellors was reignited after Buckingham Palace announced senior royals future plans.

    The Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge will be undertaking several tours in the coming months to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

    In March, both royals will be away from the UK for at least one day as Prince Charles visits Ireland and Prince William is in the Bahamas.

    Speaking to Palace Confidential, editor Richard Eden said: “Charles would be in Ireland so, obviously, he could come back in an emergency.

    “But the fact is, Prince Andrew or Prince Harry, as the law stands, would have to step in and that’s not right. That needs to be changed.”

  • Harry & Meghan advised to ditch attention-seeking stunts

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been urged to only return to the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee if they can “keep it quiet”, a royal expert has said.

    Royal expert Jonathan Sacerdoti claimed it would “probably be better” if the Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not return, saying that it would “steal” attention from her.

    Speaking to Us Weekly’s Royally Us, Mr Sacerdoti said: “I don’t personally imagine Meghan coming to the UK very easily.

    “She may prove me wrong but people here have such a low opinion of her if not of both of them these days that I think she would be very brave to come back to the UK.

    “But I do still say that if they could come back and if they could not be front and centre, keep it quiet but just come back to help celebrate not just for the Queen but for the whole country then that will probably be very nice and it might rehabilitate them somewhat towards the British people.

    “I don’t really think that’s their style anymore.

    “They don’t like to do things quietly, they don’t like someone else to be the centre of attention when they’re around and I think that where Harry and Meghan go, it’s the Harry and Meghan show.”

  • Experts say Harry would have got adequate protection

    Experts say he would have got adequate protection at the March 29 event in Westminster Abbey and when he stayed in Windsor.

    The Duke’s friends, colleagues and representatives of organisations he supported are also said to be attending the service.

    Angela Levin, Harry’s biographer, said: “He has snubbed the Duke of Edinburgh but really he is snubbing the Queen.”

    She went on: “He has got this all wrong. If he comes over for a royal event he gets police protection. What they won’t do is, if he goes out with his friends he gets security.

    “He’ll probably use this same excuse to try to get out of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

  • Will Prince Harry travel to the Invictus Games?

    Despite Harry refusing to return for the memorial, it is unclear whether he may travel to Europe for the Invictus Games in Holland next month.

    Harry has been back to the UK only twice since leaving for the US in 2020 with wife Meghan.

    He returned for Philip’s funeral last April — just days after he blasted his family in a TV interview.

    Two months later he was at the unveiling of his mother Diana’s statue   at Kensington Palace.

    Harry is suing the Home Office after his armed bodyguards were removed.

  • Kate will ‘not forget’ treatment by Meghan Markle

    KATE Middleton will ‘not forget’ the way Meghan Markle previously treated her ahead of what could be an ‘awkward’ reunion at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

    Prince Harry and Meghan could come to the UK in the summer to take part in celebrations for the anticipated event.

    However, a happy family reunion have may not be on the cards as royal author and editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, Ingrid Seward, says the Duchess of Cambridge may never forget how she was treated by Ms Markle.

    This is about the bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview where Meghan claimed the Duchess made her cry.

    Ms Seward told the Mirror: “The Duchess of Cambridge will be cordial to Meghan. She has to – that is part of her job. Her private feelings have to remain just that. Kate will not forget however how Meghan treated her.

    “But she knows there is no point in prolonging a feud that has the opportunity of being repaired.”

  • Jason Manford told off after slamming Prince Harry

    Jason Manford sparked uproar on the show last night – with a dig at Prince Harry.

    The comedian prompted gasps from his co-stars Sheridan Smith and Beverley Knight after they watched three Harry Styles impersonators perform.

    Jason, 40, told them: “Wow. Three Harrys – it’s like the royal family’s worst nightmare.”

    Beverley was seen with her mouth open in shock while Sheridan, also 40, told him off, yelling: “You can’t say that.”

    Starstruck host Olly Murs was seen silently laughing at the side of the stage beside the contestants.

    The quip was a reference to the headaches the Prince is thought to have caused the Royals since stepping down as one.

  • Meghan’s dad launches YouTube channel

    Meghan’s dad Thomas Markle has decided to launch his own YouTube channel.

    Thomas’s co-host Karl, 53, said: “Tom wants to do it to put his thoughts out there from the horse’s mouth. He wants to speak about how Meghan and Harry have affected his family. The chat will be no-holds-barred.

    “He wants his truth to be out there, just like Meghan’s truth came out a year ago in her Oprah Winfrey interview.”

  • Prince Harry made an ‘unfortunate remark’ that went down ‘like a lead balloon’ with Meghan Markle’s family.

    Speaking on the 2022 Channel 5 documentary, ‘Harry and Meghan Vs The Monarchy’, royal commentator Jennie Bond said: “Harry was guest editing the Today programme on Radio 4 shortly afterwards and he said he’d had a lot of fun at Christmas.

    “And then he made a rather unfortunate remark, he said: ‘I suppose it’s the family she never had’, meaning Meghan.

    “Well, that went down like a lead balloon with the Markle family, obviously. And it’s a remark they’ve never forgotten.”

  • Sussexes have criticised the UK and world Governments over Covid vaccines

    PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle have criticised the UK and world Governments over Covid vaccines.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have signed an open letter from The People’s Vaccine.

    The coalition demands coronavirus vaccines, treatments and tests be “freely available to everyone, everywhere”.

    Harry and Meghan, alongside more than 130 former world leaders, Nobel laureates, scientists and others, signed the open letter calling “for urgent action to vaccinate low and middle-income countries and bring an end to the COVID-19 pandemic”.

    In a statement, the People’s Vaccine said: “We are proud to welcome Archewell Foundation to the Alliance and appreciate their support, alongside Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. 

    “We will work together to end vaccine inequity and ensure COVID-19 vaccines, treatments + tests are available to everyone.”

    They added Archewell’s support “will go toward the Alliance’s ongoing campaigns and efforts to secure fair vaccine access for low and middle-income countries”.

  • Queen ‘unlikely’ to meet Lilibet

    THE Queen is “unlikely” to meet Lilibet now after Prince Harry’s decision to miss Philip’s memorial service, a royal expert said.

    Harry, 37, confirmed that he won’t be coming back to Britain for his late grandfather’s thanksgiving service this month.

    It comes after Harry’s fierce row and legal case over security – as he demanded his own protection officers in the UK.

    The Queen’s beloved husband Prince Philip passed away on April 9 last year at the age of 99.

    A thanksgiving ceremony will take place at Westminster Abbey on March 29 – and will likely see large numbers of the royal family attending.

    But it’s now been confirmed that the Duke’s grandson, Prince Harry, won’t be leaving his Californian home to come to the anniversary event.

    Speaking about whether the Queen will ever meet Lilibet, Richard Fitzwilliams told The Sun Online: “It’s increasingly unlikely.

  • Prince Harry drops major hint into Netflix deal

    Following Prince Harry’s surprise appearance at a Texas rodeo last weekend, it has sparked questions over whether he is filming a special for Netflix.

    Prince Harry was spotted at the Stockyards Championship Rodeo event on March 5 dressed in a cowboy hat. He spoke with locals at the Cowtown Coliseum in Fort Worth, Texas, where the event was held.

    The Daily Mail’s Diary Editor Richard Eden claims the appearance could be part of a Netflix special.

    Speaking to Palace Confidential on Mailplus, Mr Eden said: “I smell a rat.

    “It must be for some TV show for Netflix something like, ‘Harry meets America’ or something cringe-making.”

  • Prince Harry will ‘not be negative’ about the Queen

    A royal author claims that Harry is going “out of his way” to avoid damaging his grandmother the Queen in his new book.

    Friend of the royal couple, and unofficial biographer Omid Scobie says that The Duke’s book will not be “warts and all”.

    Scobie told an episode of the Royally Obsessed podcast: “I’ve been told by sources that Harry is going out of his way to make sure there is nothing in there that could be construed as being negative towards the Queen or her reign in any way.”

    He added: “I don’t’ think that ‘warts and all’ moment is going to happen.”

    The book is tipped to to go on sale later this year.

  • Meghan’s wedding photo spotted at Charles & Camilla’s house

    A WEDDING photo of Meghan Markle has pride of place inside Charles and Camilla’s home amid the royal family’s rift with Prince Harry.

    The Duchess of Cornwall was hosting three female rowers at her home when eagle-eyed royal fans spotted the framed black and white picture of Meghan with Charles on her wedding day in 2018.

    The picture’s sentimental setting comes after claims Meghan asked Prince Charles if she could meet him “halfway” when he offered to walk her down the aisle, an expert has claimed.

  • Harry will NOT return to UK this month

    PRINCE Harry WON’T return to the UK this month for Prince Philip’s special memorial.

    The Duke of Sussex confirmed today he won’t be coming back to Britain for his late grandfather’s thanksgiving service.

    It comes after Harry’s fierce row over security – as he demanded his own protection officers in the UK.

    Prince Philip passed away on April 9 last year.

  • Queen so frail she can’t walk her beloved corgis any more

    THE Queen cannot walk her beloved corgis due to her frailty.

    She has been unable to take them out at Windsor Castle for six months and it is feared she may never again.

    It comes amid growing concern for the 95-year-old’s health after she pulled out of tomorrow’s Commonwealth Day service.

    Palace staff feared how “comfortable” she would be travelling to London from Windsor then spending up to an hour at the event.

    The Queen, who has owned more than 30 corgis in her lifetime, turned to her loyal dogs for solace after the death of husband Prince Philip last April.

    But she has not taken them for a walk since she spent a night in hospital last October.

  • Prince Harry dresses in all-orange & speaks Dutch in Invictus Games vid

    Prince Harry dressed up in all orange to speak in an Invictus Games video – just a day after refusing to attend his grandfather memorial service.

    The petulant royal claimed he would feel “unsafe” after losing his personal security when he left for the US.

    A video posted on social media today shows Harry learning the dutch language and wearing an entirely orange outfit, getting in the spirit for his trip to the Netherlands in a few weeks.

    In a video retweeted by the Invictus Games Foundation, Harry appears on a video call learning Dutch from four people.

    He says: “One more time guys, please, you know I need to get this right, and I really want to get it right as well, so how do I say ‘Good afternoon, you’ve done a great job’ in Dutch?”

    The tweet says: “Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, is getting ready for the Netherlands with some Dutch lessons.

    “We look forward to giving him a warm welcome in #TheHague.

  • Royal latest

    • Prince Harry’s best man speech for Prince William reportedly left Kate emotional as she ‘shed a tear’.
    • The Queen got just 15 minutes notice of Harry’s announcement that he was refusing to attend his grandfather memorial service.
    • A royal author claims that Harry is going “out of his way” to avoid damaging his grandmother the Queen in his new book.
    • The Queen has asked Prince Charles to represent her at the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey next week.

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