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Prince Harry in ‘difficult position’ but is ‘sure to return’ to UK despite police security row

Prince Harry ‘sure to return’ to UK THIS month despite police dispute with Home Office.

Two royal authors have claimed that The Duke of Sussex is set to return this month, despite the ongoing dispute with the Home Office.

Russell Myers, the Daily Mirror’s royal editor and Ian Vogler, the publication’s royal photographer, recently spoke about Harry’s potential return on an episode of Pod Save The Queen.

Of Harry, Mr Myers said: “He’s put himself into a difficult position to be honest because of the court case which is ongoing against the British Government, claiming that he can’t come back to the UK or bring his family because it’s too dangerous.

“The fact that he had his security stripped away from him by the Home Office is obviously an ongoing issue. 

“I think if it was something like the Duke of Edinburgh’s Thanksgiving Service, that probably does change it somewhat because, as the Home Office has said, he would be offered special protected persons category and they would give him the appropriate support and protection.”

Mr Vogler added: “We’re heading into the Invictus Games in April as well so I’m sure we’re going to see Harry, either at that service…

“He’s got to come for that [Prince Philip’s Memorial Service] surely.

“I think people looking to spot Harry, I think there’s going to be some sightings.” 

“I’m sure he’ll come for the memorial event.”

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  • Photographer says Sussexes are ‘miserable’

    A royal Family photographer has lifted the lid on what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s true personality is like, claiming they are “miserable.”

    Arthur Edwards, who is a photographer with The Sun, told news.com.au‘s ‘I’ve Got News For You’ podcast about his relationship with Royal Family members, having toured with them for over than 40 years.

    Mr Edwards claimed spending time with the Sussexes was “depressing.”

    He said: “Camilla would always say hello, Kate says hello, William, yeah, they’re all very friendly and so was Harry until he met Meghan, and then he became very very distant and he became almost, well, it was miserable.

    “I just find it very depressing with them. They just hated the media and it was miserable so I ducked out of them and sort of went with Charles to New Zealand and you know places like that.”

  • Harry & Meghan ‘over-extended’ themselves with Spotify deal

    A royal author has claimed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s failure to produce content for both Netflix and Spotify has cast a sense of “doubt” around their “abilities to produce content at the level and quality required”.

    Pauline Maclaren, co-author of Royal Fever: The British Monarchy in Consumer Culture claims the Duke and Duchess may have “over-extended” themselves when it came to signing the details.

    She claims that as Harry and Meghan work across a number of different projects, it’s “hard to see where their focus lies”.

    Ms Maclaran, who is a Professor of Marketing and Consumer Research in the School of Management at Royal Holloway, told Express.co.uk: “It does seem that Harry and Meghan may have over-extended themselves in terms of the Netflix and Spotify deals, although, of course, we have to recognise that producing content does not just happen overnight and high-quality programmes will take many months/years to generate.

    However, they do seem to be involved in so much at present – building a media empire with insufficient foundations – that it’s hard to see where their focus really lies.

    “Certainly, there is a lot of doubt now surrounding their abilities to produce content at the level and quality required for both media outlets.”

  • Charles reeling at Meghan’s wedding request

    A royal author has claimed that Meghan Markle made a demand at her wedding to Prince Harry, which came as an unexpected surprise to Prince Charles.

    In an extract of his new book, Queen Of Our Times: The Life Of Elizabeth II,  Robert Hardman wrote: “Feeling for his future daughter-in-law, the Prince of Wales offered to step in, saying he would be honoured to escort Meghan up the aisle of St George’s Chapel to the altar.

    “The reply, according to one friend, was not quite what he was expecting: ‘Can we meet halfway?’

    “Here was an indicator that this was no blushing bride, but a confident, independent woman determined to make a grand entrance on her own.”

  • How the Queen KNEW Meghan & Harry ‘left forever’

    WHEN Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced they were quitting royal life, the Queen insisted on reviewing the bombshell decision after 12 months.

    But according to reports, it would seem the Queen was never expecting them to back down – as the pair gave away one very big clue.

    Asked by a visitor if she expected them to resume royal life, the Daily Mail reports the Queen replied: “Of course not. They took the dogs.”

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex said they intended to “step back as senior members of the Royal Family” while “continuing to fully support Her Majesty the Queen”.

    They added they would continue to “honour our duty to The Queen, the Commonwealth, and our patronages”.

    But the Queen responded in stark contrast.

    She gave the Sussexes only an ‘in’ or ‘out’ option, and the former royals opted out.

    By the end of the week, Her Majesty’s press office had issued a statement laying out terms for the couple – including losing their patronages and military roles, the use of their HRH style and no more public funds. 

    Read more here.

  • Prince Harry ‘sure to return’ to UK this month

    Two royal experts have claimed that Prince Harry is “sure” to return to the UK later this month despite his ongoing police dispute with the Home Office.

    Russell Myers, the Daily Mirror’s royal editor and Ian Vogler, the publication’s royal photographer, spoke about Harry’s potential return on an episode of Pod Save The Queen.

    Of Harry, Mr Myers said: “He’s put himself into a difficult position to be honest because of the court case which is ongoing against the British Government, claiming that he can’t come back to the UK or bring his family because it’s too dangerous.

    “The fact that he had his security stripped away from him by the Home Office is obviously an ongoing issue. 

    “I think if it was something like the Duke of Edinburgh’s Thanksgiving Service, that probably does change it somewhat because, as the Home Office has said, he would be offered special protected persons category and they would give him the appropriate support and protection.”

  • Harry’s book a ‘form of revenge’

    Royal biographer Angela Levin claims that Prince Harry’s book could be a form of “revenge” and be “spiteful” towards the royal family.

    She added: “Prince Charles is very malleable because he loves Harry very much so he might be more inclined to let him have his way, but I think if he reads what he says about Camilla then he won’t do that.”

    Last month The Sun revealed Charles has told aides he worries his younger son’s book will be an “excoriating takedown” of the Duchess of Cornwall — particularly in the early years of the couple’s romance.

    A source said: “There are concerns about Harry’s recollections of Camilla’s entry into the Royal Family, and how her long-running romance with Charles damaged him from a young age.

    “Harry is fiercely loyal and protective of his late mother and her legacy, and didn’t approve of Camilla sweeping in as the great love of his father’s life.

    “Understandably he found those early years incredibly difficult, and he might publicly blame Camilla for much of what he believes went wrong in his childhood, and the trauma the whole situation caused.”

    The source added Charles is “deeply protective of Camilla” and the “last thing he needs” is an “excoriating takedown of Camilla at a time when people have finally taken her to their hearts”.

  • Prince Harry’s book to take ‘revenge’ on ‘kind’ Camilla

    PRINCE Harry’s bombshell book could take “revenge” on Camilla who took Meghan under her wing when she joined the Royal Family, a royal expert has said.

    It is feared Harry’s tell-all biography, due for release later this year, could take a swipe at the future Queen consort.

    Sources have previously suggested the duke’s silence “speaks volumes” about his relationship with Prince Charles’ second wife.

    And Royal biographer Angela Levin believes any bad-mouthing of Camilla could appear as a spiteful attack.

    Angela, who spent a year with Prince Harry for an authorised biography, told Talk Radio: “Harry‘s memoir is coming out at the end of the year.

    “Anyone who is anyone is saying it’s going to attack Camilla and make her responsible for [his] mental health and how she stole his father from his mother.”

    Asked about Harry’s relationship with the Duchess of Cornwall, she continued: “When I met him he was very nice about her, said she was a wonderful woman and said he liked her very much.

    “Camilla was also very helpful to Meghan when she first joined – took her out for lunch and tried to teach her some of the things she needed to know – the restrictions and the disadvantages as well as the positives.”

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  • Meghan & Harry not ‘done enough’ to deserve latest award

    According to a royal expert, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry “haven’t done enough” to earn their latest award.

    Last weekend, the royal couple won the NAACP President’s Award. However, royal expert, Robert Jobson said the couple were not in the same league as past recipients of the award, which include Muhammad Ali and LeBron James.

    Speaking to True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat, Jobson said: “They have raised the debate, because of who they are, and I think that’s what they are getting the award for.”

    “But I think it’s a bit early.

    “If you think that people like Jesse Jackson had a lifetime of work before he won it.

    “Or Colin Powell’s status he reached in the military and politically, becoming the Secretary of State.

    “These guys were role models, great eloquent speakers on the subject of race.

    “I just don’t think they have done enough to warrant it yet.”

  • Meghan sued over ‘lies’ in Oprah Winfrey interview

    Meghan Markle is being sued by her half-sister for allegedly lying about her upbringing during her interview with Oprah Winfrey in March last year, it was claimed last night.

    Samantha Markle, 57, claimed in court papers that Meghan, 40, told untruths about her and her family during the interview, TMZ reported.

    The Duchess of Sussexes half-sister accused Meghan in the defamation lawsuit of making up stories about growing up in “virtual poverty”.

    Samantha claims that their father, Thomas Markle, paid for Meghan to attend “elite and expensive private schools”.
    He even apparently covered her tuition fees at Northwestern University, despite Meghan’s claims that she paid her own way through university.

  • Prince Charles broke long-standing tradition aged eight, and Prince Harry and Prince William followed suit.

    Before Charles broke the tradition, it was the norm for royals to be home schooled by a private tutor.

    But at eight-years-old, his mother, the Queen, enrolled him at Hill House school in West London.

    And when Princess Diana and Charles sent both William and Harry to Wetherby Preparatory School, Ludgrove School and Eton College, they broke The Firm’s customs.

    A royal expert has also explained that royal children who have gone to school have been sent to different ones so that they can have different experiences and make their own friends.

  • Meghan & Harry’s Women’s History Month announcement

    On Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared through their Archewell Foundation that they will be supporting multiple organisations working to advance gender equality through new grants.

    In a statement on their foundation’s website, they said: “As we cross into Women’s History Month, and ahead of International Women’s Day next week, Archewell Foundation is announcing a number of non-profit investments in leading organizations working to advance gender equity, build policies that empower women and families, ensure meaningful media representation for women, and provide women with a network of tools and support for gaining employment”.

    Four organisations will be receiving grants, including Smart Works, a U.K. charity, The National Women’s Law Center, The Center on Poverty, and the Center on Poverty and Inequality at Georgetown University Law Center.

  • Prince Harry ‘madly in love’ with Meghan

    According to a royal expert, Prince Harry is “madly in love” with Meghan Markle and will “do anything” for her.

    Speaking to the To Di For Daily podcast, Royal author Tom Quinn believes the Duke of Sussex would do anything to “make her happy”.

    Mr Quinn said that there wasn’t anything that Harry wouldn’t do for his wife, saying: “I think he’s just madly in love with Meghan and wants to make her happy.”

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex quit as senior royals together in 2020 and became ‘financially independent’ following their exit.

  • Next few months ‘the ultimate test for Harry’ say expert

    Tom Bower, whose biography on Meghan Markle is set to launch this year, told Closer: “The next few months will be the ultimate test for Harry, the ultimate dilemma.

    “He insists he adores his grandmother, so will he come back to support her at Prince Philip’s memorial service, and will he come back to support her and celebrate her reign in the Platinum Jubilee? If he doesn’t come back, it’s a clear statement of where lies his loyalty and his own interest.

    “And if they don’t come back soon, and Lilibet doesn’t meet the Queen and Harry doesn’t celebrate her life and reign with her, it could be something he comes to regret forever.”

    The writer, dubbed Britain’s “most feared biographer” who is working on a tell-all tome about the duchess, puts his potential no-show down to his guilty conscience over the book.

    Mr Bower added: “I personally think he won’t come back this year. I think the notion that he’s worried about his own security and needs the Met Police is an excuse.

    “And 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.

    “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. The worst of what he will say is yet to come.”

  • Harry ‘won’t be able to face his family’ at Queen’s Jubilee

    ‘GUILTY’ Prince Harry “won’t be able to face his family” at the Queen’s Jubilee after writing his tell-all memoir, an expert said.

    The Duke, who lives in California with Meghan Markle and their two children, was believed to want to return to the UK for his grandmother’s celebrations this year.

    Tom Bower, whose biography on Meghan Markle is set to launch this year, told Closer: “The next few months will be the ultimate test for Harry, the ultimate dilemma.

    “He insists he adores his grandmother, so will he come back to support her at Prince Philip’s memorial service, and will he come back to support her and celebrate her reign in the Platinum Jubilee?

    “If he doesn’t come back, it’s a clear statement of where lies his loyalty and his own interest.

    “And if they don’t come back soon, and Lilibet doesn’t meet the Queen and Harry doesn’t celebrate her life and reign with her, it could be something he comes to regret forever.”

  • ‘Harry won’t come back at all this year’

    Royal expert Tom Bower told Closer: “I personally think he won’t come back this year. I think the notion that he’s worried about his own security and needs the Met Police is an excuse.

    “And 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.

    “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.

    “The worst of what he will say is yet to come.”

    This comes after experts claimed the Duchess of Sussex has “no intention” of returning to the UK where she is “no longer welcome” as she simply “doesn’t care” what Brits think.

  • Fans convinced Meghan ‘predicted her future’

    Royal fans are convinced that Meghan Markle predicted her future as a princess a decade ago, after starring in US TV series, Castle, in 2012.

    The Duchess played Charlotte Boyd – a woman who is linked to two of her murdered friends. And at one point in the show, Meghan’s character is seen in a Sleeping Beauty costume – which is what fans believe basically foreshadowed her future as Prince Harry’s wife.

    Royal fans took to Twitter to comment on the link.

    One person wrote: “Rewatching @Castle_ABC and Meghan Markle is on the episode and it’s funny how she played a fairytale character and then lived one.”

    Another said: “Hubs and I watched a season 4 episode of Castle and one of the young actresses looked really familiar. IMDb to the rescue! It was Meghan Markle! Not only that, it was ironically a fairytale themed episode, and in her first scene she was dressed as a princess.”

    And a third wrote: “I think Castle would describe Meghan Markle being in the episode based on fairytale characters/princesses a bit ironic”.

  • Queen’s sweet tradition when George, Charlotte & Louis stay over

    According to Kate Middleton, The Queen has a sweet way of showing her great-grandchildren Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis how much she loves them.

    During an interview with ITV for ‘Our Queen at 90’, The Duchess of Cambridge revealed: “[The Queen] always leaves a little gift or something in their room when we go and stay, and that just shows her love for her family.”

    Kate went on to discuss how the Queen enjoys her time with Princess Charlotte, six, explaining: “The Queen was really thrilled that it was a little girl.

    “I think as soon as we came back here to Kensington she was one of our first visitors here.

    “I think she’s very fond of Charlotte. She’s always watching what she’s up to.”

  • Thanks for reading

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    Thanks for following our live coverage of Meghan & Harry.

    Milica Cosic will be back with more news from 6am.

  • Royals have taken rare vocal stance on Ukraine invasion

    The Royals seem to have taken a rare vocal stance on their opposition to the Russian regime.

    Prince Charles – who previously compared the Russian despot to Hitler – blasted Putin’s “brutal aggression” and spoke of his “solidarity” with the Ukrainian people.

    The future king warned of the threat posed in Eastern Europe to democracy while praising the “extraordinary bravery” of Ukrainians.

    The Duchess of Cornwall has also made a “substantial donation” to a refugee appeal.

    She had an emotional meeting with British-based Ukrainians about the humanitarian crisis – a 70,000-strong community.

    She told the wife of the country’s ambassador: “We are praying for you.”

    Her spokesman said last night: “No one could fail to be moved by the appalling scenes of Ukrainians fleeing their homes and the duchess wanted to help in whatever way she could.”

  • Queen makes ‘generous donation’ to Ukraine charity appeal

    THE Queen has made a “generous donation” to a charity appeal providing vital emergency aid to residents fleeing Putin’s invasion.

    Her Majesty made an undisclosed contribution to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal as residents were forced to leave their war-torn homeland.

    The charity thanked the 95-year-old monarch for “continuing to support” their mission in a tweet on Thursday.

    Buckingham Palace said it was a private matter and declined to provide further details.

    According to the DEC, over four million people are expected to be displaced due to the devastating conflict.

    The organisation – made up of 15 charities – launched its appeal on Thursday as the invasion rolled into its eighth day.

  • Harry is ‘excited’ about his upcoming memoir

    Announcing his upcoming memoir with Penguin Random House last year, Harry said: “I’m writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become. 

    “I’ve worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and my hope is that in telling my story—the highs and lows, the mistakes, the lessons learned—I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think.

    “I’m deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I’ve learned over the course of my life so far and excited for people to read a firsthand account of my life that’s accurate and wholly truthful.”

  • Continued…

    Asked about Harry’s relationship with the Duchess of Cornwall, she continued: “When I met him he was very nice about her, said she was a wonderful woman and said he liked her very much.

    “Camilla was also very helpful to Meghan when she first joined – took her out for lunch and tried to teach her some of the things she needed to know – the restrictions and the disadvantages as well as the positives.”

    The royal expert went on to claim the book could be a form of “revenge” and be “spiteful” towards the royal family.

    She added: “Prince Charles is very malleable because he loves Harry very much so he might be more inclined to let him have his way, but I think if he reads what he says about Camilla then he won’t do that.”

  • Prince Harry’s book to take ‘revenge’ on ‘kind’ Camilla

    PRINCE Harry’s bombshell book could take “revenge” on Camilla who took Meghan under her wing when she joined the Royal Family, a royal expert has said.

    It is feared Harry’s tell-all biography, due for release later this year, could take a swipe at the future Queen consort.

    The Duke of Sussex, who has vowed to give a “wholly truthful” and “honest” account of his life in the bombshell biography, has not yet publicly addressed the Queen’s decision to hand over the reigns to Camilla when the time comes.

    Sources have previously suggested the duke’s silence “speaks volumes” about his relationship with Prince Charles’ second wife.

    And Royal biographer Angela Levin believes any bad-mouthing of Camilla could appear as a spiteful attack.

    Angela, who spent a year with Prince Harry for an authorised biography, told Talk Radio: “Harry‘s memoir is coming out at the end of the year.

    “Anyone who is anyone is saying it’s going to attack Camilla and make her responsible for [his] mental health and how she stole his father from his mother.”

  • Kate Middleton snubs Meghan Markle

    Kate Middleton revealed a list of her favourite children’s books, but did not include Meghan Markle’s story The Bench, missing an opportunity to extend an olive branch to her.

    The Duchess of Cambridge picked five titles for the Reading Room, a literacy project set up by her husband’s stepmother, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

    Kate’s choices included Charlotte’s Web, which she described as “loved in our house for obvious reasons”, which is a reference to her and Prince William’s daughter Princess Charlotte.
    Kate however, failed to include even mention Meghan’s story, which was inspired by Prince Harry’s relationship with their son Archie.

    The five children’s books recommended by Kate for the Reading Room were:

    • Charlotte’s Web, by E.B. White
    • The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark, by Jill Tomlinson
    • Stig of the Dump, by Clive King
    • The Katie Morag series, by Mairi Hedderwick
    • Feelings, by Libby Walden

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