Charles urged to ‘cut ties’ with Harry & Meghan over Netflix ‘dilemma’


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly delaying the release of their Netflix docuseries in order to make edits to the content.

Mr Wootton concluded: “Charles should realise, even if they tone down or push back this trashy Netflix reality show, that the damage is done by formally cutting ties with the Sussexes, who the public have long figured out are no longer an asset to the Royal Family.”

Harry and Meghan faced with 'moral dilemma' over Netflix release

Harry and Meghan faced with ‘moral dilemma’ over Netflix release (Image: GETTY)

Kate and William share excitement ahead of event as they touchdown

The Prince and Princess of Wales landed this morning in Belfast to carry out a number of engagements in Northern Ireland.

This marks their first-ever official visit to the nation since Prince William was created Prince of Wales by his father King Charles III.

As they were landing in Belfast, the royals’ official Twitter account shared the enthusiasm of Kate and William ahead of the day of duties.

The tweet read: “It’s wonderful to be back in Northern Ireland today!”

Prince Andrew’s dreams of royal comeback dashed as Charles will ‘never’ allow return

Prince Andrew’s reported hopes of a royal comeback have been dashed by the King, a royal biographer has claimed.

Finding Freedom co-author Omid Scobie said that while Charles has “sympathy” for the Duke of York, he will “never” allow him to return to frontline duties.

Writing in his column for Yahoo! News, Mr Scobie said: “Without the soft spot of the Queen at his disposal – it was no secret that Andrew was her favourite child, the door is now shut tighter than ever for the prince.

“Though King Charles III has sympathy for his brother, I’m told, the newly-minted sovereign will ‘never’ allow him to set foot near the family business again.”

Mr Scobie’s comments come after previous reports that Andrew held “intense talks” over a new position with the late Queen at Balmoral in August.

Prince Andrew’s dreams of royal comeback dashed as Charles will ‘never’ allow return (Image: GETTY)

Prince George’s christening presented a ‘break with tradition’ made by Kate and William

The christening of the firstborn of the Prince and Princess of Wales and future King, Prince George, has been described by royal author Valentine Low as “very traditional” in many respects.

However, one aspect where the royals decided to break with tradition concerned the choice of the godparents, the commentator said.

The Times royal correspondent wrote in his newly-released book, Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind The Crown: “The list of godparents, seven in all, represented something of a break with tradition.

“Most of them were old friends of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, rather than being drawn from the ranks of royalty, as might have happened in the past.

“Only one member of the Royal Family made the cut, Zara Tindall, and she did not even have a title.

“But one of the more significant names, and certainly the most anticipated, was that of Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton.

“By then, he had stepped down as private secretary but was still working one day a week as an adviser to William, Kate and Harry.”

Prince George’s christening presented a ‘break with tradition’ made by Kate and William (Image: GETTY)

When did Meghan and Harry quit the Royal Family?

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down as senior royals in March 2020- a move dubbed ‘Megxit’.

Following the move, they were stripped of their royal patronages and honorary military titles.

The couple relocated across the pond to Montecito in Santa Barbara where they now live with their two children Archie, three and Lilibet, who turns one next month.

Since leaving the UK the couple has not stepped away from the spotlight, most famously taking part in a controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down as senior royals in March 2020 (Image: GETTY)

Sophie Wessex looks emotional as she pays respects to victims of Rwandan genocide

Sophie Wessex looked emotional as she paid her respects to the victims of the genocide in Rwanda. Prince Edward’s wife on Wednesday visited the Kigali Genocide Memorial, where the remains of an estimated 250,000 people are interred.

She was also shown some of the skulls displayed at the site as a reminder of the horror of the atrocity.

Sophie described the memorial as “very moving” in a message in the book of condolence.

The royal wrote: “A very moving and fitting tribute to those who were lost, but with hope for the future.”

Sophie Wessex looks emotional as she pays respects to victims of Rwandan genocide (Image: PA)

Meghan and Harry staff ‘felt sick’ after Sussexes’ ‘loyalty tests’

Prince Harry reportedly carried out loyalty tests on his staff whilst he was a working member of the Royal Family.

Valentine Low, author of new bombshell book Courtiers: the Hidden Power Behind the Crown, has written: “This was brewing for a long time – before Meghan. Harry had this obsession with the media. He was so very unhappy.”

An excerpt of his book reads: “He would use this phrase the whole time, ‘the palace syndrome’, when you won’t fight the battles he wants, because you have been institutionalised. Giving in to the media was a key symptom of whether you had developed it.

“It was a constant test of loyalty: ‘Are you going to protect me? Or have you just become one of them, who won’t fight for me?’ It was exhausting.” The book adds: “Harry’s obsession with the media; his sense of frustration that he wasn’t achieving everything that he could; his mistrust of the courtiers in the other households; the constant loyalty tests of his own staff: all of this was there before Meghan arrived on the scene.

“But after she turned up, it would get significantly worse.” On staff, Mr Low added: “It was a very difficult experience for many of them. Some people told me they were completely destroyed, they felt sick, they were shook.”

Meghan and Harry staff ‘felt sick’ after Sussexes’ ‘loyalty tests’ (Image: GETTY)

Harry ‘looked like a sulky teenager’ during tour – new book claims

Prince Harry made a “spectacularly rude” remark to the press during the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first joint tour, royal correspondent Valentine Low has claimed.

Writing in his newly-published book Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind The Crown, Mr Low said it is a “standard part of the royal tour” to have members of the Royal Family venture, while on a shared aeroplane, in the seating area reserved to the journalists in tow to thank them for their coverage and work.

The royal rota had been informed Meghan and Harry would do this on a five-hour flight bringing them from Tonga to Sydney, and the Duke and Duchess appeared after the plane had landed.

The royal author wrote in his book: “[Harry] sounded rushed, as if he couldn’t wait to get back into the first-class cabin, away from the media.

“‘Thanks for coming’, he told the assembled press pack, ‘even though you weren’t invited’.

“Even for a man who has a deep mistrust of the press, this was spectacularly rude – and incorrect.

“The media very much had been invited to cover the tour.”

Harry ‘looked like a sulky teenager’ during tour – new book claims (Image: GETTY)


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