Meghan Markle may not feel ‘welcome’ back to the UK, says expert
Royal expert Duncan Larcombe said the Duke of Cambridge “fears” what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will do next. Sir. Larcombe claimed that Harry has not been “subtle” and “revealed to the world that he pretty much hates” the royal family.
But by talking about the royals, Mr Larcombe said, Sussex’s “redeems” the brand.
The royal author who wrote Prince Harry: The Inside Story told OK! magazine: “What are they doing now? This is a question that Prince William fears the answer to.
“Ultimately, they have to find a way to do their job in LA while not trading on the royal brand.
“Prince Harry has not exactly been subtle.
“He has revealed to the world that he basically hates his family, and the whole system is rotten to the core, but by constantly talking about the royals, they make money on the brand.
Meghan and Harry have been warned to continue talking about the royal family
“If they spend their entire careers selling the royal brand, they will never talk to William again.”
Harry and Meghan resigned from royal duties in March 2020 and now live in California.
They made a set of explosive claims about the royal family in their narrative Oprah Winfrey interview in March, including one about Williams’ wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge.
And Harry made further controversial comments about his family in the following weeks.
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14.30 update: Kate returns to Wimbledon after self-isolation to final women’s final
Kate has stepped out to Wimbledon after completing her Covid self-isolation.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, was joined by Prince William, 39, for the ladies’ singles final this afternoon.
Kate, an avid tennis fan and patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, finished her self-isolation just in time for the weekend of tennis.
The Duchess typically looked stunning in a long green dress paired with heels.
William was smart in a light blue shirt and jacket with a tie in a darker shade.
The pair took a seat in the Royal Box to watch the woman’s singles final between Ashleigh Barty and Karolina Pliskova.
Kate looked happy to be out after her period of self-isolation.
Cambridges took a seat in the Royal Box to watch the women’s singles final between Ashleigh Barty and Karolina Pliskova
Kate looked happy to be out after her period of self-isolation
13.15 update: The Queen’s £ 200k diamond engagement ring has a special connection to Prince Philips’ family
The Queen’s bespoke engagement ring was specially designed by Prince Philip, who added meaningful details to make it even more personal.
The monarch and duke of Edinburgh first met as teenagers when they both attended the wedding of Philip’s cousin, Princess Marina of Greece in 1934.
But it was in 1947, after a long courtship, that the Duke proposed his love after asking King George VI for her hand in marriage.
For the occasion, Prince Philip gave Her Majesty a stunning diamond and platinum engagement ring.
The design contained a large round diamond surrounded by 10 smaller pavé diamonds.
But Philip added a deeper meaning to the jewel by using some stones from a tiara that had previously belonged to his mother, Princess Alice of Battenberg.
12.15 update: Harry and Meghan risk losing the Archewell trademark in the US after ‘poor use’
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle risk losing the trademark for Archewell after a wrong application was filed, an expert has claimed.
Harry and Meghan have had trouble trying to brand their nonprofit organization Archewell in America, according to Mail’s Diary Editor, Richard Eden.
He explained that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s application was told to resubmit a “better application” with more information.
Zara Tindall has starred in a funny short film as part of her role as brand ambassador for Land Rover
11:35 a.m. Update: Meghan and Harry’s Netflix deal is under pressure
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Netflix deal was put under pressure by a royal observer who claimed “billions of dollars companies can not afford to keep plowing trucks with cash in two very, very famous contractors”.
In a letter to News.com, Royal Expert Daniela Elser said last month: “When the Sussexes start revealing their slate of TV and podcasting projects, they get a shot; that is, a chance to impress the audience and put their imprint either in terms of steamy figures or critical applause.
“When the novelty and brilliance of working with members of the royal family disappears, if they do not have streaming counts or a link of prices to show themselves, then their contracts will be renewed? In essence, they will have a short window to prove that they are worth the hundreds of millions that corporate competitions have bet on them.
“No pressure now or anything.
“The fact is, even billions of dollars companies can not afford to keep plowing trucks with cash in two very, very famous contractors if they do not prove to be a sound investment.”
10.25 update: Zara Tindall shows acting in funny short films
Zara Tindall has starred in a funny short film as part of her role as brand ambassador for Land Rover.
The 30-second clip shows the queen’s granddaughter in the stables with former rugby player David Flatman.
Zara leads an elegant gray thoroughbred horse, while David has a small Shetland pony in chestnut.
David says to Zara, “That’s the thing, Z, I’m down here at the moment. I want to be up here with the big dogs. I want to be someone.”
The ex-rugby player then takes a call from British & Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland before handing over his pony to Zara and saying, “Z, exactly what we were talking about, okay. Things are going up, okay. Laters, Princess.”
Harry and Meghan Markle have routinely criticized the royal family this year as the gap between them and the monarchy continues to worsen
09.45 update: William ‘takes decisive action’ against Harry after the queen’s attempt to bring peace fails
Prince William has taken “decisive action” against his brother Prince Harry as the Duke of Cambridge leads the royal family’s recall against Sussex’s public move against the family.
Harry and Meghan Markle have routinely criticized the royal family this year as the gap between themselves and the monarchy continues to worsen.
The couple has criticized the monarchy in bomb interviews with Oprah Winfrey and announced mega-million deals with streaming giants Netflix and Spotify.
However, Prince William has decided “enough is enough”, according to royal experts, as the Duke of Cambridge leads a setback.
9.10 update: Royal Family becomes ‘less and less significant’ after the Queen’s reign
The royal family is likely to become “less and less significant” after the end of the queen’s reign, according to a royal commentator.
Royal author Ian Lloyd told Express.co.uk: “I think the monarchy is becoming less and less significant.
“The queen is a huge international star like Diana was, but I don’t think any of the younger royals are as big as her.”
The royal family is likely to become “less and less significant” after the end of the queen’s reign, according to a royal commentator
8.40 update: Sarah Ferguson shares ‘great joy’ over the goddaughter’s commitment
Sarah Ferguson has revealed her “great joy” that her daughter is getting engaged.
The Duchess of York said she was “so proud” of her goddaughter Eliza Dodd-Noble.
The 33-year-old music producer suggested his American food blogger girlfriend Hannah Crockett, 29, this week at the Chateau Marmont Hotel.
Sarah told the Daily Mail Richard Eden: “I am so proud of Eliza to be engaged to Hannah. Nothing gives my heart greater joy than to see young people happy.
“My Eliza is a special and very talented lady and I wish them good luck in the world. I have already set aside space for the wedding!”
08:00 update: Meghan ‘does not’ want ‘to return to Britain, but royals to’ welcome ‘Duchess
Meghan Markle would be “welcomed” by the royal family if the Duchess of Sussex returned to Britain with Prince Harry, according to a royal commentator.
In a speech to Express.co.uk, Royal Expert Marlene Koenig said: “Given the fact that all of her statements may not want and may feel that she will not be welcomed by the family.
“But these are all adults, no matter what private feelings they have, I sincerely doubt the Queen, Cambridges, Charles and Camilla will say, ‘you can not come’.
“They would do anything to make Harry and Meghan feel welcome.”
7.45 update: George could ‘leave London’ after eighth birthday, when Kate and William eye next time
Speculation is growing that Prince George may leave London after turning eight on July 22nd.
He is currently studying at Thomas’s School in Battersea, south-west London.
However, he was able to follow his father and study at Ludgrove School in Berkshire.
Both Prince William and Prince Harry started going to school when they were eight years old.
In a speech to the Daily Mail, an insider said the Cambridges have checked out schools in Berkshire.
07:30 update: Meghan and Harry are awarded for ‘enlightened’ decision to have only two children
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been awarded a prize for their “enlightened” decision to limit their family to two children.
Population Matters, a British charity, says they are seen as “a role model for other families”.
Harry and Meghan are the parents of two children – two-year-old Archie and Lilibet, whom they welcomed in early June.