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    MEGHAN Markle wore a gold bracelet that’s designed to ‘ward off undesired energy’ during her NYTDealbook Online Summit interview yesterday. The Duchess of Susex, 40, was seen wearing the gold-and-diamond Eye of Protection bracelet designed by Matthew Harris of Mateo New York. 6Meghan Markle wore the 'Eye of Protection' symbol in her NYTDealbook Online Summit interview yesterday 6The Eye of Protection bracelet is said to 'ward off undesired energy with this bracelet and attract good vibes only'Credit: Mateonewyork 14kt Gold Diamond Eye of Protection Bracelet, £1,108 from Mateo New York - buy now The £1,108 bracelet description reads: “The Eye of Protection is a classic and essential piece which you will never want to take off.  “Ward off undesired energy with this bracelet and attract good vibes only.” This is not the first time that Meghan has relied on the evil eye symbol, having been seen wearing it during her royal tour of Africa with Prince Harry in September. Meg wore a £450 18-carat chain, by Turkish-inspired jewellery designer Alemdara, as she gave a speech at the Nyanga...
    PRINCE Harry brought his own security with him from LA - and was met by Scotland Yard protection officers when his plane landed in the UK, it's reported. The Duke's private team flew out with him on a British Airways flight to Heathrow, and once in the UK, he was reportedly met by Met Police. ???? Read our Royal Family live blog for the latest updates 7Prince Harry will reportedly be guarded by Met Police protection officers throughout his time in the UKCredit: PA The officers - funded by the taxpayer - will accompany him throughout his visit, the Telegraph claims. The Sussexes were stripped of their round-the-clock protection when they stepped back from royal duties. However, it's understood Harry will be shadowed and guarded for as long as he remains in the UK. It comes as: Prince Andrew left his father's funeral in a brand new £220,000 Bentley The royals have 'agreed a rota' for visiting the Queen on her birthday this week Charles and William will lead a summit on the future on the monarchy The heartbreaking photo of the Queen...
    The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at Her Majesty's 90th birthday celebrations. Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images A former royal protection officer said Prince Philip didn't believe he required bodyguards. Simon Morgan told Insider that Philip often said he wasn't "important enough" for royal protection.  Philip reportedly said the protection team should look after the Queen and Prince Charles, not him. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Duke of Edinburgh didn't think he was as important as the Queen or Prince Charles, a former royal bodyguard who protected him has said.  Simon Morgan, who worked as a protection officer to the royal family from 2007 until 2013, told Insider he would often accompany Prince Philip to royal engagements during his time in the role.  According to Morgan, Philip didn't think his role as the Queen's consort earned him the right to royal protection.  "He would often comment that the protection team weren't there for him because he wasn't important enough — they were there for the Queen or the Prince of Wales," Morgan told Insider. "He would always...
    The plenary session of the Constitutional Court has admitted this Tuesday the appeal of unconstitutionality promoted by the PP Against the Royal Decree Law for the Protection of Vulnerable Consumers, which, in the opinion of that party, protects and legalizes the squatting of homes. Specific, the PP appealed various paragraphs and precepts of the preamble and the final provision First of Royal Decree-Law 1/2021, of January 19, on the protection of consumers and users against situations of social and economic vulnerability, as recalled by the TC this Tuesday. A rule that modified the Royal Decree-Law of March 31 of last year by which complementary urgent measures were adopted in the social and economic sphere to deal with covid-19. The plenary session of the TC has agreed transfer the application and the documents presented to the Congress of Deputies, to the Senate and the Government so that they can appear in person in the process and formulate the allegations that they consider appropriate. The appellants consider that the aforementioned royal decree-law breaches article 86.1 of the Constitution and supposes...
    STRIPPING Meghan Markle and Prince Harry of security had nothing to do with Archie's title, insiders have claimed. The Duchess complained in her interview with Oprah Winfrey that depriving Archie of a title had put his safety at risk and that there was “no explanation” for the decision. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest news... 2Removing the Sussexes' protection had 'nothing to do with Archie's title' The Duke and Duchess said they feared for their safety after their royal protection was removed Prince Harry claimed in the Oprah chat that when the Sussexes were in Canada he was told "at short notice security was going to be removed." Meghan also said the decision not to make her son a prince meant he would not get police protection. But the Sussexes' protection was only taken away after they stepped down from royal duties, after a meeting of the government body in charge of overseeing royal and VIP protection. Charles, The Prince of Wales, then reportedly refused to pay for security for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex out...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been blasted as “arrogant” for assuming they would keep royal security after fleeing the UK — which would have cost taxpayers an estimated $5.5 million each year, according to the former top royal cop. “It shows you their naivety and sense of entitlement,” retired chief superintendent Dai Davies, who headed the UK’s royalty protection unit, told the Daily Mail. “It was simply arrogant to presume they and their baby would get protection.” The couple both complained in their bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview about losing their royal security detail, with Harry saying it came at “short notice” and was why they rushed their move from Canada to California after Tyler Perry offered security along with his mansion. But the astronomical costs of security was one of the first points of contention days after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they were quitting royal duties — especially after they bragged that they would be “financially independent.” Retired chief superintendent Dai Davies headed the UK’s royalty protection unit.Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock It also sparked diplomatic spats, with Canadians...
    Of all the so-called ‘bombshells’, this was the big one, the 50-megaton whopper dumped from on high at the 40-minute mark. No wonder it prompted the usually unflappable Oprah Winfrey to emit a ‘W-haaat?’ Asked to explain the lack of a princely title for her baby son, the Duchess of Sussex replied: ‘I can give you an honest answer.’ Whereupon – kerpow! Cue detonation: ‘We have in tandem the conversation of “He won’t be given security/He’s not going to be given a title” and also concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be.’ In this one sentence, the institution of monarchy was simultaneously traduced as spiteful (withholding royal status from the seventh in line to the throne), callous (denying him protection) and, worst of all, racist. If one is seeking the big constitutional question amid the psychodrama, this is it. Asked to explain the lack of a princely title for her baby son, the Duchess of Sussex replied: ‘I can give you an honest answer' To which, I will simply echo the duchess and give an honest...
    The assumption by Harry that tax- payers would fund security after he and Meghan left the UK was branded ‘arrogant’ and ‘unworkable’ yesterday. Former chief superintendent Dai Davies, who led the Metropolitan Police’s royalty protection unit, said the couple’s plans were ‘utterly unrealistic’ and could have put British police at risk. UK officers cannot carry guns under US laws or access intelligence about potential threats.  Donald Trump, who was then president, made it clear the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would have no US-funded Secret Service bodyguards after the couple moved to California from Canada in March 2020. Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, with her police protection officer and heavy security in Fiji RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Meghan makes sensational claim that Royals banned Archie... Meghan Markle says Royal family discussed how 'dark Archie's... Share this article Share Harry told Oprah Winfrey they were informed at ‘short notice’ that their Met police security detail would be cut off.  The prince said, ‘Their justification was a change in status’, adding that...
    Meghan Markle told Oprah Winfrey the reason she says Archie does not have the title of prince. Meghan, who is biracial, described that when she was first pregnant with son Archie, there were "concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he’s born." The statement led Winfrey to incredulously ask "What?" While Winfrey sat in silence, Meghan said she struggled to understand why there were concerns within the royal family about her son’s skin color. She said it was hard for her to "compartmentalize" those conversations. Meghan, the actress who starred in the TV drama "Suits," said she grew concerned about her son not having a royal title because it meant he wouldn’t be provided security. MEGHAN MARKLE SAYS THERE WERE 'CONCERNS AND CONVERSATIONS' ABOUT 'HOW DARK' SON ARCHIE'S SKIN COLOR WOULD BE Meghan said processing everything during her pregnancy was "very hard." More than the "prince" title, she felt the most troubled over her son’s safety and protection. Harry told Oprah that his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and grandfather, Prince Philip, were not part of conversations over...
    Meghan Markle today used her bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview to accuse the Royal Family of having 'concerns' about 'how dark' Archie's skin would be before he was born because she is mixed-race and Harry is white. The Duchess of Sussex also described her 'pain' that officials had denied him the title of prince and accused Buckingham Palace of failing to protect their son Archie by denying him 24/7 security. Meghan refused to say which royal had the conversation with Harry about Archie's skin colour, claiming it would be 'damaging' to the person in her husband's family who raised it. She told Miss Winfrey that it was 'a pretty safe' assumption to suggest that the royal family member was 'concerned' that Archie being 'too brown' was 'a problem'. When Oprah asked if she was denied the title because of he is mixed-race, Oprah asked if the palace had concerns Archie would be 'too brown', Meghan said: 'In those months when I was pregnant, all around this same time, we have in tandem, the conversation of "He won't be given security, he's not...
    Princess Diana's friend has claimed the fake evidence used to secure her Panorama interview probably kick-started events that ended in her death. Ex-Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown said Martin Bashir's doctored bank statements saw the Royal dismiss her protection which could have stopped her Paris car crash. Ms Brown, who had lunch with Diana in New York a month before she died, said the documents likely led the princess to fear employees were spying on her. Journalist Tina Brown (pictured) said BBC reporter Martin Bashir's doctored bank statements probably saw her Royal dismiss her protection which could have stopped her Paris car crash The BBC has claimed to have discovered a handwritten note from Princess Diana that appears to absolve journalist Martin Bashir of using false documents to influence her 1995 Panorama appearance (pictured) Diana's document refers to mocked-up bank statements which the corporation has said Mr Bashir (pictured left, and right during the interview) - who interviewed the royal - admitted commissioning as he tried to gain access to the princess She told the Express: 'She had...
    TEEN "sex slave" Virginia Roberts was allegedly forced to perform a sex act on Prince Andrew while royal bodyguards waited outside. A bombshell new book claims the Epstein accuser had to perform sordid sex services on the Prince in Epstein's massage room in his Manhattan mansion. 5Prince Andrew pictured with Virginia Giuffre and Ghislaine Maxwell Credit: Rex Features 5The Prince has denied any wrong-doingCredit: Jon Bond - The Sun The allegations are made in The Spider by Barry Levine - billed as an in-depth investigation into Epstein, Maxwell and those caught up in their "web". Prince Andrew has vehemently denied any wrongdoing and maintains he had no sexual contact with Virginia.  It alleges Virginia was "summoned" by Epstein to meet the Duke of York in Manhattan, shortly after the infamous night in London where she accuses him of having sex with her at Maxwell's home. "This time their sexual encounter took place in Epstein's massage room and in the presence of Ghislaine Maxwell," the book claims. Maxwell is said to have ordered Virginia to take Prince Andrew into Epstein's massage...
    PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle are making a huge mistake by giving up their Brit police protection, Princess Diana’s former bodyguard is warning. The couple are now using private security guards after leaving frontline royal duties in Britain and recently moving to Hollywood. ⚠️ Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple. 6Prince Harry and Meghan Markle surrounded by Brit guards before their royal exitCredit: Getty Images - Getty 6Ken Wharfe, pictured guarding Princess Diana, says Harry is 'clueless'Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd But the pair and their baby son Archie, one, could be leaving themselves dangerously exposed, according to the cop who once guarded Harry’s mum. Ken Wharfe headed the 24-hour security operation that successfully shielded Princess Di from harm until just before she left “The Firm” and gave up her royal protection. He says the pair’s private security detail will not get the same access to intelligence on terror threats as a Scotland Yard team. And he warns their protection squad may be banned from carrying guns in certain countries. SAS-trained Ken,...
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