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    DONALD Trump has accused Meghan Markle of “disrespecting the Queen” and “horribly” manipulating Prince Harry. The former President’s criticism came in a new interview with Nigel Farage, in which he alleges the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have “hurt” the Royal family. 2Donald Trump was speaking to Nigel Farage Trump has in the past been critical of Meghan and earlier this year said he would consider running for President again amid rumours she was planning a bid for the White House. During the interview, Trump also spoke of his admiration for the Queen, which he says stems from his Scottish mother, and how that’s clouded his view of Meghan. He once again took aim at the Duchess, telling the former UKIP leader: “I think she’s been very disrespectful to the Queen, who’s such a great woman, such a great person, a historic person. “I think she’s very disrespectful to the Royal Family and most importantly to the Queen. “I think Harry’s been used and been used terribly. I think it’s ruined his relationship with his family, and it hurts the...
    Donald Trump has launched an astonishing barrage of criticism at Meghan Markle – accusing her of ‘disrespecting the Queen’ and ‘horribly’ manipulating Prince Harry. In an interview to be aired on GB News tonight, the former US president claims the actions of both the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in recent years have ‘hurt’ the monarch. Speaking with former Ukip leader Nigel Farage, Mr Trump admits he has never been a ‘fan’ of Meghan, who he believes has used Prince Harry. He said: ‘I’m not a fan of hers. I wasn’t from day one. I think Harry has been used horribly and I think some day he will regret it. Former US president Donald Trump launched a barrage of criticism toward Meghan Markle during a pre-recorded wide ranging interview with Nigel Farage for GB News (pictured) In the interview, Trump accused Meghan of using Harry in his latest criticism of the Duchess ‘I think Harry’s been used and been used terribly. I think it’s ruined his relationship with his family, and it hurts the Queen.’ Speaking of the duchess, he...
    Prince Andrew Andreevich, who was the eldest member of the Romanov family, has died at the age of 98.  The royal was a great-great-grandson in the male line of Emperor Nicholas II of Russia and since the death of Prince Dimitri Romanov in 2016 has been claimant to the headship of the House of Romanov. He was born in London in 1923, growing up in Frogmore Cottage in Windsor where he regularly brushed shoulders with then Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret.  As a teenager, he moved to California with £600 in his pocket, where he took on various jobs, including work as an artist, and married three times before passing away earlier this week.  Prince Andrew Andreevich, who was the eldest member of the Romanov family, has died at the age of 98 in California  Andrew belonged to the fourth branch of the Mikhailovich line of the House of Romanov.  He was a great-great-grandson of Emperor Nicholas I and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna in a straight male line.  Through his grandmother, Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna, he was a great-grandson of Emperor...
    Prince Charles denounced the "atrocity of slavery" and Britain’s legacy of the slave trade as Barbados removed his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, as head of state. On Monday, the 73-year-old, who is second in line to the throne, gave a speech at Barbados’ transition ceremony where he referenced Britain’s colonial past, which saw the trafficking of people from Africa to Barbados and the Caribbean, People magazine reported. "From the darkest days of our past, and the appalling atrocity of slavery, which forever strains our history, the people of this island forged their path with extraordinary fortitude," said the British prince, as quoted by the outlet. "Emancipation, self-government and independence were your way-points," he shared. "Freedom, justice and self-determination have been your guides. Your long journey has brought you to this moment, not as your destination, but as a vantage point from which to survey a new horizon." BARBADOS TO CUT TIES WITH UK, QUEEN ELIZABETH AS HEAD OF STATE AMID PRINCE CHARLES' ARRIVAL Prince Charles, Prince of Wales gives a speech during the Presidential Inauguration Ceremony at Heroes Square...
    The Crown Prince of Japan has revealed he made the decision his daughter Princess Mako should not have any traditional wedding rites because of the scandal surrounding her new husband's finances.  Mako, eldest daughter of Crown Prince Fumihito and niece of reigning Emperor Naruhito, gave up her royal title to marry 'commoner' Kei Komuro last month in a small civil ceremony without any of the traditional Shinto rituals.  The couple have since moved to a one-bedroom apartment in New York, where Komuro works as a lawyer.  Crown Prince Fumihito, 56, said in statements published today that he made a 'judgement call' that the day should be held without ceremony due to the public unease around his son-in-law's financial history.   Mako, eldest daughter of Crown Prince Fumihito and niece of reigning Emperor Naruhito, gave up her royal title to marry 'commoner' Kei Komuro last month in a small civil ceremony without any of the traditional Shinto rituals. Her father revealed it had been his decision There is a dispute over whether Komuro's mother owes her former fiancé money. She claims he...
    MANY families will settle down for a game of Monopoly this Christmas, but not the royals as the Queen has banned them from playing. The popular board game is beloved by many, but the Monarch claims it "gets too vicious" so forbids the game altogether. 2The Queen doesn't allow her family to play Monopoly, according to Prince Charles' younger brother Prince AndrewCredit: Getty Images 2The property board game is popular in many householdsCredit: Refer to Source - Alamy Prince Andrew let the secret slip in 2008 when he attended Leeds Building Society’s newly-refurbished Albion Street headquarters, Express.co.uk reports. Before leaving the Duke of York was given the property board game Monopoly to mark his visit, however, was forced to politely decline. He reportedly said: “we are not allowed to play Monopoly at home”. And explained the game could cause arguments within the family, as “it gets too vicious,” The Daily Telegraph reported. ???? Read our Royal Family live blog for the latest updates And while we can't relate to much of the royal protocol, this is...
    This was never going to be the ideal week for Prince Charles to learn from a new book that he was being accused of questioning the future skin colour of Prince Harry and Meghan’s children. He was, after all, arriving in Barbados representing the Queen at a momentous ceremony to mark the transition of the Caribbean island to a republic and where issues of race and identity politics are key. Whether the claim by American author Christopher Andersen – made with his usual audacious assertions of impeccable sources – is true, is quite another matter. It earned the immediate scorn of royal officials, with one describing it as ‘fiction’. And it is certainly convenient that the book, Brothers And Wives: Inside The Private Lives Of William, Kate, Harry And Meghan, is being published in the US safely out of reach of the prince’s lawyers. Andersen has a track record of writing books about the royals that rely on the most astonishingly intimate – some would say contentious – information. In a 2001 book called Diana’s Boys, he claimed that William...
    Given Prince Andrew’s troubles, and the regular sniping from Prince Harry and Meghan, the Queen could be forgiven for needing a drink. So I’m fascinated to learn that Her Majesty still enjoys a tipple. Reports last month suggested the monarch had given up her daily martini, but mystery surrounded her reasons for cutting down on alcohol. Now royal sommelier Demetri Walters has revealed: ‘It’s bad for her joints, and she can’t drink too much when she’s doing all these royal engagements — it’s not a job you can drink in.’ Royal sommelier Demetri Walters has revealed that the Queen has cut down because alcohol hurts her joints when she is undertaking royal duties The Queen had been known to enjoy a nighttime martini to unwind after a hard day exacting her duties However, Walters says the Queen, 95, has not given up alcohol completely. She continues to enjoy a glass of wine with her meal — and he has a very tough job, because she’s much more selective about the vintage. ‘I choose for the Queen, but she’s quite exacting,...
    Meghan Markle's lawyer tonight issued a technical and bizarre denial the Duchess had ever bullied staff - but then accepted 'She wouldn’t want to negate anyone’s personal experiences.’ Schillings Jenny Afia was speaking on BBC 2's The Princes and Press on claims she inflicted 'emotional cruelty' on underlings and 'drove them out' were 'very' concerning. But speaking to host Amol Rajan she claimed there were 'massive inaccuracies' in the story, but went no further in explaining them. Instead she launched her own technical explanation on what bullying was/  She said: 'Massive, massive innacuracies in that story 'The overall allegation was that the Duchess of Sussex was guilty of bullying. Absolutely not. 'I think the first thing is, is to be really clear about what bullying is. 'What bullying actually means is improperly using power, repeatedly and deliberately to hurt someone physically or emotionally 'The Duchess of Sussex has absolutely denied doing that, that said she wouldn’t want to negate anyone’s personal experiences.’ Asked if she provided evidence proving that was not the case, she admitted: ‘It’s really hard to prove a...
    Prince Charles is the member of the royal family who raised questions about the likely color of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s babies’ skin, the author of a new book about the royals which addresses controversy has exclusively told The Daily Beast. Christopher Andersen, who has been covering the royal family for 50 years, first at Time magazine and then as a senior editor running People magazine’s royals coverage in the ’70’s and 80’s also exclusively told The Daily Beast that relations between the royals are now so poor that William “isn’t returning Harry’s calls” and Charles and Harry “haven’t spoken since Prince Philip's funeral.” Andersen told The Daily Beast: “My sources are rock-solid and they helped me unravel the mystery of which royal Harry and Meghan were talking about when they said a member of the family had brought up the issue of how light or dark their children might turn out to be and that there were concerns about what that would mean for the monarchy. “I was able to trace the origins of the controversy back...
    Rihanna has 'arrived in Barbados for the inauguration of its first president', according to local media reports. The singer, 33, who was born on the Caribbean island and appointed Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary by her home country's government in 2018, is reportedly going to be among the dignitaries attending Tuesday's ceremony. Barbados will become the world's newest republic as it removes the Queen as head of state after 55 years and swears in its first president, Governor-General Dame Sandra Mason. Local media Kevz Politics tweeted this evening: 'Multiple media reports indicate that Ambassador Robyn @rihanna Fenty has landed in Barbados and is listed among dignitaries to be present tonight for the Inauguration of Barbados' first President Dame Sandra Mason.' MailOnline has yet to confirm whether Rihanna is in Barbados, and will attend the inauguration.  Rihanna (pictured) has 'arrived in Barbados for the inauguration of its first president', according to local media reports The singer, 33, who was born on the Caribbean island and appointed Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary by her home country's government in 2018, is said to be among the dignitaries attending Tuesday's ceremony....
    Queen Elizabeth II’s decision to allegedly remove a photo of her grandson Prince Harry and his new family made the Duke of Sussex feel he was "being erased from the family." The allegation was made by bestselling author Christopher Andersen in his new book being released on Tuesday titled "Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry, and Meghan." In it, Andersen quoted a source who claimed the reigning British monarch had a palace aide move a portrait of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their son Archie, who was eight months at the time, off-camera before she recorded her 2019 holiday broadcast, Page Six reported on Monday. The insider alleged that the 95-year-old "looked over the tables where the photographs she had so lovingly selected were arranged." PRINCE CHARLES WAS THE ROYAL WHO ASKED ABOUT COMPLEXION OF MEGHAN MARKLE, PRINCE HARRY'S FIRSTBORN, BOOK SAYS Author Christopher Andersen alleged that this photo snub made Prince Harry feel that he was "being erased" from the British royal family. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images) "All were fine...
    Prince Charles on Sunday called in lawyers to fight claims in a new book that he’s the “royal racist” — the royal family member who angered Prince Harry and Meghan Markle by questioning the skin color of their future children. A spokesperson for the future king also slammed the claims, telling the U.K. tabloid “The Sun”: “This is fiction and not worth further comment.” The Sun reported that the Prince of Wales had called in lawyers to address the claims. The claims come in the new book, “Brothers And Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan,” the Page Six column in the New York Post first reported. Harry and Meghan, who is biracial, set off speculation about the identity of a racist family member during their March 7 interview with Oprah Winfrey. Meghan told Winfrey there were “concerns and conversations about how dark (her and Harry’s son, Archie’s) skin might be when he was born … Those were conversations the family had with Harry.” According to Page Six, author Christopher Andersen stops short of identifying future-king...
    PRINCE Harry raged "Who the hell do you think you are?" at his older brother in a row over Meghan Markle, a new book has claimed. Author Christopher Andersen alleged Harry became incensed with William shortly before proposing to his then-girlfriend. 5Prince Harry blew up at his older brother after William urged him to take his time with Meghan, it's claimedCredit: Getty 5Tension began brewing between the brothers not long after the Sussexes first met on a blind date, it's allegedCredit: AP It's claimed that when Wills learned of his plan in September 2017, he replied: "Why rush things?" But the younger prince lashed out in fury, it's alleged. The row reportedly led to William later saying: "It feels like I have lost my best friend." It's reported that friction between the brothers began when members of Harry's inner circle became concerned about his whirlwind romance with Meghan. Book Brothers And Wives: Inside The Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry And Meghan claims the Duke of Sussex grew "angry" every time he noticed a perceived slight about Meghan, Page Six...
    WOMEN who were allegedly abused by Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein have began arriving at court for what has been dubbed the "trial of the century". Prince Andrew's pal Maxwell will appear in court today accused of sex trafficking as she allegedly acted as a "madam" for Epstein. 6Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly ran a sex trafficking networkCredit: Getty 6Sarah Ransome - an accuser of the duo, but who is not involved in the case - arrives at courtCredit: AP Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to all charges against her - but could face up to 80 years in prisons if prosecutors can land a conviction. Facing the court for six of the eight charges against Ghislaine, it is alleged between 1994 and 2004 she participated in sex trafficking alongside billonaire paedo Epstein. Farmer will be joined by three other victims who are expected to testify against the British socialite, 59, under pseudonyms. Maxwell faces allegations that she procured girls for Epstein to abuse while also participating in the abuse herself on a number of occasions....
    PRINCE Charles has landed in Barbados as it is set to ditch the Queen as head of state amid a "royal racist row." The Prince of Wales, 73, has jetted to the island on the Queen's behalf and was expected to acknowledge Britain's colonial past and Empire in a speech in the early hours of this morning. 3Prince Charles has jetted to the island as it is set to ditch the Queen as head of stateCredit: Arthur Edwards / The Sun 3The Prince of Wales has landed in BarbadosCredit: Rex He arrived at Grantley Adams International Airport, in Bridgetown, where he was greeted by prime minister Mia Motleyand, military chiefs as well as a Guard of Honour and military band. Prince Charles will address partying Bajans just 30-minutes after midnight strikes - marking the moment they become a Republic. The Queen, 95, has also written a personal message to Barbados which will be presented for the handover. Charles was set to acknowledge the impact of Britain's 400-year colonial rule on the Caribbean holiday island in his speech during Presidential Inauguration...
    A new book about the British royals claims that Prince Charles was the one to infamously speculate about the complexion of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s firstborn son, Archie.  In March of 2020, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex sat down for a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey in which they made many shocking allegations about their time in the royal family. However, one of the most provocative was when Markle said that a member of the royal family had "concerns" about the color of her child’s skin before he was born. At the time, Harry made sure to note that it was not Queen Elizabeth II nor Prince Philip, leaving the door open to speculation.  In a new book titled by author Christopher Andersen titled, "Brothers And Wives: Inside The Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan," a source close to the royal family claims that Philip wondered aloud about the child’s complexion during an innocent conversation in 2017 that took place shortly after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex got engaged.  "I wonder what the children will...
    Prince Charles has denied 'fictional' claims that he was the royal who questioned the skin colour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's future children.   A source quoted in a book being released on Tuesday, Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan by Christopher Anderson, makes the bombshell accusation.  They claim that Prince Charles asked his wife Camilla, 'I wonder what the children will look like?' on the morning the couple's engagement was officially announced - November 27, 2017. Prince Charles has denied 'fictional' claims that he was the royal who questioned the skin colour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's future children A source quoted in a book being released on Tuesday, Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan by Christopher Anderson, makes the bombshell accusation The source added that Camilla seemed 'somewhat taken aback' by the question and said, 'Well, absolutely gorgeous, I'm certain,' according to Page Six.    Prince Charles reportedly then added: 'I mean, what do you think their children's complexion might be?'  RELATED ARTICLES ...
    The Royal Family has not ruled out taking action against the BBC over the final instalment of its inflammatory documentary series probing their relations with the media. Lawyers will be carefully watching tonight’s second instalment of The Princes and The Press to decide if the broadcaster flouted rules regarding accuracy and impartiality as well as giving them a fair right of reply. The first programme has already accused the royal households of actively briefing against Harry and Meghan, possibly with the blessing of senior royals. The first instalment of The Princes and The Press has already accused the royal households of actively briefing against Harry and Meghan RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next BBC swaps 'Megxit' for 'Sussexit' in second part of its... BBC coverage of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee could be hit by... Share this article Share The BBC has reportedly capitulated to Harry’s complaint that the term ‘Megxit’ – coined to describe the Sussexes’ decision to quit royal duties – was sexist. Tonight’s programme has instead been titled ‘Sussexit’. In a...
    If you love The Daily Beast’s royal coverage, then we hope you’ll enjoy The Royalist, a members-only series for Beast Inside. Become a member to get it in your inbox on Sunday. “Megxit” no more Part two of the controversial BBC documentary The Princes and the Press screens on Monday, and the Sunday Telegraph reports the episode will be entitled, “Sussexit,” a possible cause for celebration for Prince Harry who has described the term “Megxit” as misogynistic, and said it was created by a troll before being picked up more broadly.
    The Queen has suffered another 'annus horribilis' in 2021, according to a new documentary, but experts believe her struggles over the last year could actually strengthen the monarchy. The monarch, 95, has been blighted with tragedies over the last 12 months - with husband Prince Philip dying in April, and her son Prince Andrews facing questions over his controversial friendship with Jeffrey Epstein, who died in prison in 2019, while awaiting trial for sex trafficking charges. Along with health complications, the royal has also faced family fallouts, with grandson Prince Harry moving to Montecito, California, with his wife Meghan Markle, and the reportedly fraught relationship between the prince and his older brother William. Charles Anson, the Queen's press secretary between 1990 and 1997, made the claims in new documentary 2021: The Queen's Horrible Year, which aired last night on Channel 5.    The Queen, pictured with a walking stick here in October 2021 attending a Service of Thanksgiving to mark the Centenary of the Royal British Legion at Westminster Abbey in London, has had a tough 2021 Despite a fraught year, multiple...
    A controversial royal documentary has opted not to use the word 'Megxit' airing in tomorrow's episode, after the term was previously criticised by Prince Harry.  The word could have appeared in the second episode of BBC Two's The Princes and The Press, which is due to air tomorrow. Instead, the title of the episode has been named 'Sussexit', The Telegraph reports, and the documentary will explore claims about behind-the-scenes palace briefings and an alleged lack of support received by the Duke and Duchess.  Prince Harry stated: 'Maybe people know this and maybe they don't, but the term  Megxit was or is a mysognistic term, and it was created by a troll, amplified by royal correspondents and it grew and grew and grew into mainstream media.' Pictured: The royal couple attended the Veterans Day Salute to Freedom gala Museum in New York so former soldier Prince Harry could present fellow veterans with bravery awards  Prince William (centre) has already banned the broadcaster from showing a charity carol concert to be hosted by wife Kate at Westminster Abbey The prince added that...
    More On: prince harry Prince Harry gets apology from PI that ‘robbed’ him of teen years Score these royal favorites in J.Crew’s Black Friday sale Meghan Markle, Prince Harry once hid in plain sight in Halloween costumes Prince Harry, Meghan Markle won’t join frail Queen Elizabeth for Christmas A new book claims that Prince Charles speculated about the skin tone of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s future children — and unwittingly triggered the rift between the couple and the British royal family. This is according to a well-placed source in author Christopher Andersen’s book “Brothers And Wives: Inside The Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan” (Gallery), out Tuesday. The source reported that on Nov. 27, 2017 — the same morning the engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was officially announced — Prince Charles mused to his wife, Camilla, “I wonder what the children will look like?” The insider said that Camilla was “somewhat taken aback” by the question and replied, “Well, absolutely gorgeous, I’m certain.” Lowering his voice, Charles asked: “I mean, what do you think their...
    Prince Andrew worked secretly behind the scenes to help a controversial multi-millionaire open a bank for the super-rich in Monaco, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. Bombshell emails leaked to this newspaper reveal how the Duke of York contacted the office of Albert II, the sovereign Prince of Monaco, on behalf of his financier friend David Rowland and asked for information about how to open a new bank in the principality. The Duke, who was the UK's taxpayer-funded trade envoy at the time, then offered to provide further help to the Rowland family ahead of a planned meeting with Prince Albert. The revelation comes after reports that Mr Rowland, one of the Tory Party's top donors, paid off a £1.5 million loan in December 2017 given to Andrew by Banque Havilland, a Luxembourg-based bank controlled by the Rowland family. Prince Andrew worked secretly behind the scenes to help controversial multi-millionaire David Rowland open a bank for the super-rich in Monaco. Pictured: The Duke of York and Mr Rowland at Royal Ascot in 2006  The MoS revealed two years ago how Prince...
    The Prince of Bell-Air, a cult series that starred Will Smith in the 1990s, is undergoing a remake, the first teaser of which was released on Tuesday, November 23rd. Relaxedly renamed “Bel-Air”, this new version makes Will Smith’s voice even louder at first glance, much darker than its famous model. Humor led to drama on the show, which was meant to be realistic and aimed at denouncing racism and social inequality in contemporary America. Bel-Air, set in modern America, took a dramatic new hour in the sitcom of the 1990s, creating the original storyline: Will’s complex journey between the streets of Philadelphia and the inaccessible apartments of Bel-Air ”, it declares. “We stuck with the summary of the original series, that is, Will’s life turned upside down after being forced to leave West Philly to land in the mansion and wealthy city of Bel-Air. However, our new series brings the Will and the Banks family into the world,” said the series’ creator, DJ Brady. Newson told Collider. It is scheduled to air in 2022 “With a redesigned look, Bell-Air...
    IT is not even December but eager Christmas fans already have their trees up – maybe to make up for last year’s restricted festivities. The Queen has a fabulous 15-footer all a-twinkle at Windsor Castle, while celebs rush to be first with the fir on social media as they post images of theirs.  9Want to know how to keep your tree fresh all the way up to Christmas Day and beyond? Follow these tips from Veronika Kusak who sold Prince Harry and Meghan Markle their first one togetherCredit: Getty Take a bough, Marvin Humes, Abbey Clancy and Britney Spears, and families across the land will follow this weekend as they choose their pines. But how to keep those needles fresh into New Year? Veronika Kusak, director at trees company Pines and Needles – where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle bought their first one together – shares her top tips. Buy from a small, local seller, not a big chain 9Pines at local dealers tend to be harvested after those that go to big chains, meaning they are fresher.Credit: Getty THIS...
    The Queen has been taking 'comfort' from her work despite being health setbacks amid the 'most difficult time of her reign', a royal expert has claimed. Concerns over the monarch's health have grown recently after she cancelled a number of engagements, which included missing the Remembrance Sunday ceremony for the first time in 22 years due to a back injury.  Speaking to OK! Vanity Fair's royal editor Katie Nicholl said the monarch is still 'enjoying' her job and it 'keeps her young'. She continued: 'Behind the scenes, in private, it’s probably been the hardest time of her reign...In [Philip's] absence, her family is incredibly important. They are everything.'  The Queen, 95, has been taking 'comfort' from her work during the 'most difficult time of her reign', a royal expert has claimed It comes after The Queen told her family she is feeling much better and looking forward to hosting the rest of the royals at Sandringham this Christmas, according to reports.   Sources close to the Queen have insisted she is on the mend and planning to travel to her Norfolk estate...
    The fuss began last weekend, when news broke that Queen Elizabeth, Prince William and Prince Charles had combined to threaten the BBC with a tri-household boycott over a new documentary, entitled The Princes and the Press. The film, it was reported, would claim that their offices had briefed against Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to undermine them as their plans to depart the British monarchy became public. The palace had used similar tactics earlier in the year to successfully get an ITV documentary, Harry and William: What Went Wrong to withdraw a claim that William’s team planted a story questioning Harry’s mental health as the Sussex exit unfolded. But the BBC would not be cowed. The broadcast went ahead Monday night, presented by the corporation’s media editor Amol Rajan, with part two due next Monday. The first episode did not go into detail on the allegations; the second episode follows this Monday—neither have been seen pre-broadcast by the royals or their aides, although the BBC reportedly offered the palace a right of reply.
    The Queen has told her family she is feeling much better and looking forward to hosting the rest of the royals at Sandringham this Christmas, according to reports. Concerns over the monarch's health have grown recently after she cancelled a number of engagements, which included missing the Remembrance Sunday ceremony for the first time in 22 years due to a back injury. Buckingham Palace said she made the decision not to attend the service at the Cenotaph in London 'with great regret' and was 'disappointed' to miss the event.  The Queen has told her family she is feeling much better and looking forward to hosting the rest of the royals at Sandringham this Christmas, according to reports She had earlier spent a night in hospital for an unconfirmed condition before then being told by doctors to rest at home.  But Prime Minister Boris Johnson then claimed she was 'very well' when he saw her in Windsor a few days after. Now sources close to the Queen have insisted she is on the mend and planning to travel to her Norfolk estate...
    Gifts for 10 Year Old Girls That Are Just as Cool as They Are Who is Felix Afena-Gyan? Story of Jose Mourinhos Ghanaian teen product at AS Roma Have Excellent Credit? These Cards Are for You Ad Microsoft $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Experts Urge Americans to Refi Before 2022 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/20 SLIDES © Provided by Daily Mail As filming continues on the Netflix hit show The Crown, new photographs have captured the amazing transformation of Dominic West into The Prince Of Wales - with the actor mirroring the heir to the throne's signature mannerisms. Dominic is taking over the role of Prince Charles, 73, from Josh O'Connor, for series five of the popular series - which will premiere in November 2022...
    FANS of The Crown on Netflix watched as Prince Charles was blamed for breaking down his marriage to Princess Diana by sneaking off to be with first love Camilla Parker Bowles. However, a former royal protection officer has claimed that it was actually the other way round, and Diana cheated first in the marriage, not Charles. 5A former royal protection officer has claimed Diana cheated first in her marriage, not CharlesCredit: Rex Features 5Former royal aide Allan Peters claims Diana had a fling with fellow protection officer Barry Mannakee (pictured)Credit: Getty - Contributor Allan Peters has come forward with a striking new version of events, and said Charles didn’t start seeing Camilla romantically again until he learned Diana had been having a fling with fellow protection officer Barry Mannakee. Allan, who worked for Diana for almost a decade, said in a new CNN documentary: “The popular perception is that the Prince of Wales was straying all the way through his marriage — and that is definitely, unequivocally, not the case. “The first person that strayed was the Princess.  “He went...
    Viewers of Netflix hit The Crown are left in no doubt who was to blame for the collapse of Prince Charles and Diana's marriage: he's shown sneaking off to renew his love affair with Camilla Parker Bowles while the Princess is left crying at the Palace. Now, however, one of the couple's former royal protection officers has come forward to present a startlingly different version of events. Allan Peters claims Charles did not start seeing Camilla romantically again (they had first met in their early 20s) until after he discovered Diana had been having a fling with fellow protection officer Barry Mannakee. And Peters was the one who informed Charles of his wife's affair. Viewers of Netflix hit The Crown are left in no doubt who was to blame for the collapse of Prince Charles and Diana's marriage: he's shown sneaking off to renew his love affair with Camilla Parker Bowles while the Princess is left crying at the Palace Now, however, one of the couple's former royal protection officers has come forward to present a startlingly different version of...
    Our Favorite Air Fryers are On MAJOR Sale Right Now College Football Coaching Rumblings: Who Will Be Next at Florida, TCU? Have Excellent Credit? These Cards Are for You Ad Microsoft $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/10 SLIDES © Warner Bros.; Eric Charbonneau/Invision/AP The 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' reboot's first teaser dramatically reimagines the iconic theme song. Here's how the new cast compares to the original. "Bel-Air," the upcoming "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" reboot, just released its first teaser. Jabari Banks will play the role of Will in the modern-day dramatic reimagining. Adrian Holmes, Cassandra Freeman, Olly Sholotan, and Coco Jones round out the cast. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Read the original article on Insider
    What did we learn from the BBC's heavily promoted documentary The Princes and the Press? Well for a start we discovered a lot more about the presenter - BBC Media Editor Amol Rajan - than the Royals. Mr Rajan wears jewellery, seems slightly chippy and extremely sure of himself. A far cry from Jenny Bond, Nicholas Witchell, and the school of fawning obeisance. By choosing this self-confessed republican to front a prime-time programme about the Royals, the BBC seems to have decided it's time to end their traditional coverage which often seemed to be conducted from the bended knee position. The rise of Amol Rajan at the BBC in just five years has been phenomenal.  Appointed editor of the Independent newspaper at just 29, he'd previously worked as a researcher and assistant presenter on Channel 5's The Wright Stuff. Rajan is confident, brainy, and sure of his own worth. Nothing wrong in that, but he's rubbed a few (less talented) folk up the wrong way in his quest for fame and success. One BBC insider describes his 'magnificent vanity' coupled...
    (CNN)The United Arab Emirates' de facto ruler landed Wednesday in Turkey's capital as part of a diplomatic spree to end regional rifts that have defined the Middle East for over a decade. The Ankara meeting brings together two regional powerhouses that have long viewed one other as ideological foes: Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, known as MBZ, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The rivalry between the UAE and Turkey has played out on some of the most lethal battlefields in the region over the past decade, reshaping the Middle East in the process. A détente between the former foes could have a similarly transformational effect. The roots of the recent feud go back to MBZ's campaign to stamp out the conservative Muslim Brotherhood movement across the region. Erdogan, for his part, has been the Islamist group's most powerful supporter.MBZ has long been a key backer of Egypt's military, which overthrew the country's first democratically elected president -- Muslim Brotherhood member Mohamed Morsy -- in the aftermath of the Arab Spring in 2014, then installed former general...
    Charlene, originally from Monaco, returned to the Rock in early November after a long absence in South Africa, and is currently being treated for “extreme exhaustion” at a “special institution”, almost dying, and the ignorant reveal that she will be forced. , Because she had surgery, had to eat through the straw. According to a source from page six, the princess “could not eat solid food for more than six months because of all the surgeries she performed.” She could only absorb fluids through a straw so she lost half of her body weight. Evidence recalls that Charlene, a native of Monaco, suffered from severe infections of the ear, nose and throat, resulting in “severe sinus and swallowing problems as a result of previous surgery.” The source says Prince Albert’s wife is “tired from six months of surgery and unable to feed herself properly as a result of these interventions.” “Friends fear that the Prince’s family of Monaco underestimated the severity of his illness in a dating with Prince Albert last week, in which he confirmed he was allowed into...
    Prince Charles' goddaughter India Hicks, 54, has admitted she told her black adopted son to ditch the jeans and hoodies and 'start dressing differently' when travelling with her white children after he was 'always taken to one side'. The granddaughter of Earl Mountbatten, 54, who was a bridesmaid at the wedding of Lady Diana Spencer and the Prince of Wales, spoke to Sheerluxe, an online lifestyle magazine, about her Bahamian adopted son Wesley Cleare, 25, and the Black Lives Matter movement. She said she noticed that when her sons used to travel to the US, for example, 'it was always Wesley who was taken to one side'. 'After a while, we recommended Wes start dressing differently – travelling in chinos and a blazer as opposed to jeans and a hoodie seemed to help, if you can believe it. It’s very sad when you think about it,' she admitted. Describing him as a 'fixture' in the family the mother-of-five explained that she adopted Wesley from the Bahamas when he was 12-years-old after his birth mother died of breast cancer.  India has become more aware of how...
    Aides to Prince William did not brief against his brother Harry during the Megxit saga, sources insisted yesterday following a row over a new BBC documentary. Royal insiders denied William and Harry had been embroiled in a briefing war, ahead of a programme examining the brothers’ troubled relationship with the media. The Queen, Prince Charles and William have reportedly joined forces to complain to the BBC and threaten a boycott on future projects with the broadcaster unless the Palace is given a right to respond to potentially damaging allegations. Royal insiders denied William and Harry had been embroiled in a briefing war, ahead of a programme examining the brothers’ troubled relationship with the media RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Meghan Markle's father calls for Duchess of Sussex to be... Royals at war with BBC over 'tittle tattle' documentary: The... Share this article Share The BBC2 programme, The Princes And The Press, which airs tonight at 9pm, examines coverage of the brothers in British newspapers, including Harry’s relationship with wife Meghan and the...
    IT may be high treason to “imagine or compass” the death of a Queen, but as Elizabeth II clocks up a record 70 years on the throne, the House of Windsor is talking of little else. The 95-year-old monarch last week gave her royal assent, saying: “None of us can slow the passage of time.” 4The 95-year-old Queen last week gave her royal assent, saying: 'None of us can slow the passage of time' 4The monarchy’s future lies in the modernising Prince William, glamorous Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and their children George, Charlotte and LouisCredit: AFP Her Majesty might yet outlive her mum, who made 101, but as she reduces her workload, plans are already in train for King Charles III and, in time, King William V. Successions are perilous times for a monarchy. The Queen is a revered global icon. Her passing will leave an unimaginable vacuum. Few can remember any other face on our currency. “God save the Queen” may never be heard again in our lifetimes. But there are risks to this continuity, fuelled by antagonism between...
    Prince Albert of Monaco's sisters Princess Caroline of Hanover and Princess Stephanie have rallied around to support his children Jacques and Gabriella in wife Princess Charlene's absence - after admitting they had 'suffered.'  The royal, 63, revealed on Friday that his wife Charlene, 43, has been admitted to a 'treatment facility' where she will remain for 'at least several' weeks after it became 'evident she was unwell' within hours of her return to Monaco following 10 months in South Africa.  Albert, who earlier this year said his wife was suffering from a sinus infection, did not reveal details of her illness but ruled out cancer and Covid. He hinted at mental health struggles, saying she 'was overwhelmed and couldn't face official duties, life in general or even family life' and is suffering from 'exhaustion, both emotional and physical'.    Discussing the impact their mother's absence has had on the children, the Monaco royal spoke to French news outlet Monaco Matin and admitted that they had 'suffered', but that that they had 'a family environment that made sure they weren't lacking in affection'.   But it seems like they're...
    Meghan Markle has been accused of pulling rank on Prince Harry during their appearance at a Veterans Day gala in New York. Earlier this month, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a rare public appearance at the 2021 Salute to Freedom Gala at the Intrepid Museum in New York. Both sporting red poppies, Harry also wore his military medals and the cross of the Knight Commander of Royal Victorian Order, while Meghan wore a red gown. But keen observers noticed that as the couple were welcomed to the stage, where army veteran Prince Harry was due to present Intrepid Valor medals, the television prompt listed the Duchess of Sussex first before his title. The detail was questioned by viewers who characterised it as odd given that it was a Veterans Day event and Prince Harry was there because of his military background and to award fellow veterans with bravery awards. Viewers were left questioning why Meghan's title, the Duchess of Sussex, was listed before that of her husband former soldier Prince Harry who was there to award bravery medals...
    Although the royal family has publicly advocated for the protection of wildlife, it is no secret that trophy hunting is deeply ingrained in the royal family’s past and has been their long-time twisted and cruel tradition. While trophy hunting is not as illegal as poaching, there is still a lot of controversy around the topic. Some people may argue that trophy hunting contributes to conservation efforts, but the truth is that many animal species have become at risk for extinction, and the overall idea is counterproductive to conservation efforts. Not only is trophy hunting inhumane and cruel, but it harms the environment as well. On average, more than 125,000 animals are killed each year for trophies. “Reports found that between 2005 and 2014, more than 1.26 million wildlife trophies were imported to the U.S. alone.” Many times, the animals targeted for trophies are at risk of being endangered, or already are. For example, lion populations have been shockingly reduced by trophy hunting. When these keystone species, which other species in an ecosystem largely depend on are removed, it can send...
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    PRINCE Charles says the Queen is 'alright' after she returned to work today but admitted the 95-year-old is not finding it as "easy as it used to be". The Prince of Wales was speaking today after meeting business leaders at the Royal Scientific Society in Amman, Jordan. 4The Prince of Wales opened up about his mothers healthCredit: AP 4Her Majesty has been seen at her first in person event since spraining her backCredit: PA Charles and Camilla are on a four-day trip to the Middle East after getting reassurance from the Queen that she was OK before they jetted off this week. The Queen held her first in-person engagement at Windsor Castle today after cancelling a string of events in doctors orders. Asked how the Queen was getting on, Charles, 73, replied: "She's alright thank you very much. Once you get to 95, it's not quite as easy as it used to be. It's bad enough at 73." It comes as the Prince of Wales was seen with the Duchess of Cornwall collecting holy water while in Jordan.  He reportedly asked to bring back the...
    The Duchess of Cornwall cut an elegant figure in a mint green gown last night as she and Prince Charles joined Queen Rania for a private dinner at the Al Husseiniya Palace. Camilla, 74, jetted out to Jordan on Sunday with the Prince of Wales, 72, the couple's first overseas engagement since Covid clipped the royals' wings in March 2020.  The royal was chic in a pastel green dress for the occasion, which featured sequin detailing across the bodice and skirt.   Meanwhile Queen Rania was stunning in a cream gown with gold embellishments across the neckline and waist.  The Duchess of Cornwall cut an elegant figure in a mint green gown last night as she and Prince Charles joined Queen Rania for a private dinner at the Al Husseiniya Palace  The Duchess and Queen Rania could be seen chatting as they walked into the dinner banquet side-by-side last night  The Duchess was glamorous in the stunning green dress for the outing, and was in high spirits as she arrived at the event. Camilla's blonde bob was styled in an impeccable blow-dry,...
    The Prince of Wales is flying ‘five or six dozen bottles’ of Holy water taken from the River Jordan back to the UK for royal baptisms - which could include that of Lilibet, the grand-daughter he has never met. The heir to the throne, 73 and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, 74, were earlier today afforded the honour of dipping their fingers in the water where Jesus was baptised as they embarked on a whirlwind visit of the Middle East. Now it can be revealed that Charles will be taking home with him on the return flight later this week a consignment of vials full of water to be used for future royal christenings. It has been revealed the Prince of Wales, 73, is to bring back 'five or six dozen bottles' of Holy Water from the River Jordan for future royal baptism after his whirlwind trip to the Middle East with the Duchess of Cornwall, 74 (pictured near the River Jordan on the first day of their trip to Jordan today) Prince Charles, who donned a smart grey...
    The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall today dipped their fingers in water from the holy River Jordan which is used to baptise royal babies. Charles and Camilla flew by helicopter to one of the most important religious sites in Jordan and were given the great honour of walking down to the riverbed where it is believed Jesus Christ was baptised. The UNESCO world heritage site, situated in the Jordan Valley, north of the Dead Sea and on the border with Israel, welcomes pilgrims from across the world and has been authenticated by all major Christian Church leaders as one of the three holiest sites of Christianity, along with Bethlehem and Jerusalem. The prince and his wife walked gingerly down some well-worn steps and a steep, pebbly path to the water, where they stood for a few moments in quiet reflection. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall today dipped their fingers in water from the holy River Jordan which is used to baptise royal babies  Then they bent down and each dipped their fingers in...
    Queen Rania of Jordan today addressed Her Majesty's recent health issues, saying she was a 'strong woman' with 'hopefully many more years ahead of her'. The 51-year-old wife of King Abdullah II, who was speaking at Al Husseiniya Palace in Amman after welcoming the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall there this morning, said: 'we can all just hope to be as active as she is at that age' before sending the Jordanian royal family's best wishes to the British Monarch.  The 95-year-old Queen was said to be 'deeply disappointed' at having to take the 11th hour decision not to lead the nation's remembrance of its war dead in Westminster on Sunday because of a back sprain.  Heir-to-the-throne Charles and Camilla represented the Queen at the Cenotaph before jetting out on their first overseas tour since the pandemic began on Sunday afternoon.   The British royals touched down in Amman this morning and have spent much of their first day with King Abdullah II and Queen Rania.   
    The Duchess of Cornwall is 'dreading' the spotlight that will be thrown onto her when Prince Charles becomes King, a royal expert has claimed. Camilla, 74, was yesterday praised as 'wonderful' after she joined the Duchess of Cambridge and Sophie Wessex in representing the Queen, 95, at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday.   Yet according to royal biographer Penny Junor, Camilla will face a 'very difficult time' when the Prince of Wales ascends to the throne. Speaking to The Telegraph, the royal expert said: 'She is a normal woman who, because of her relationship with Charles, has found herself in an abnormal situation. 'I don't think titles do it for her, and the prospect of being Queen or Princess Consort, the fuss there will be at the time, the comparisons to Diana, it will be a very difficult time for her.' The Duchess of Cornwall, 74, is 'dreading' the spotlight that will be thrown onto her when Prince Charles becomes King, a royal expert has claimed Meanwhile she predicted Camilla would be Queen rather than Princess Consort, because 'Charles is so proud'...