King Charles and Queen Camilla invite charity boss to Buckingham Palace amid racism row


British charity boss Ngozi Fulani was repeatedly asked where was “really from” during a royal reception.

Ngozi Fulani, founder of Sistah Space, expressed shock at her treatment by the late Queen’s lady in waiting, Lady Susan Hussey.

Buckingham Palace said on Wednesday that they had reached out to Ms Fulani over the matter.

Ms Fulani said on Thursday she had yet to be contacted by Buckingham Palace to discuss what happened.

Palace sources have now said King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla will meet Ms Fulani, according to reports.

It is understood “dialogue” is taking place between the Palace and Ms Fulani’s team though no further details have been released.

Lady Susan, the Prince of Wales’s 83-year-old godmother, resigned from the household and apologised after she repeatedly challenged Ms Fulani when she said she was British at the Queen Consort’s reception highlighting violence against women and girls.

Ms Fulani had told ITV’s Good Morning Britain: “Although I didn’t experience physical violence, what I feel I experienced was a form of abuse.”

Lady Hussey was Queen Elizabeth II’s lady-in-waiting. She was considered a trusted figure in the Royal Household for decades.

Part of her most recent role involved helping to host events at Buckingham Palace.

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King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla have invited Ngozi Fulani (inset) to the Palace (Image: GETTY/ITV/Kevin McKay/Rex/Shutterstock)

‘Disappointing’: Netflix’s own advisers question timing of Harry and Meghan’s trailer

Climate experts from Netflix have complained to the streaming giant after it aired a trailer for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s docu-series on the eve of Prince William’s Earthshot Prize awards.

The timing of the trailer’s release has been seen by some as provocative given the importance of the event, which sees £1million awarded to projects aimed at saving the planet.

Former UN climate chief Christiana Figueres, who sits on Netflix’s advisory group and chairs the Earthshot board, said she felt disappointed.


Netflix has come under fire for the release of its trailer for its series Harry & Meghan (Image: Getty)

Harry and Meghan to take ‘full lead’ of Archewell as key aide steps down

The Duke and Duchess are to take over the running of their Archewell company after a senior aide stepped down from her role.

Mandana Dayani has announced she is leaving her post as president.

A spokesman for Harry and Meghan said they will now take “full lead” of their Archewell media and charitable foundation and Ms Dayani’s role will not be replaced.

It is believed Ms Dayani, 40, has been at the helm of the couple’s media and charitable empire for less than 18 months. She ran the day-to-day operations.

Ms Dayani’s departure comes after a trailer promoting the couple’s Netflix docuseries was released on Thursday.

The spokesman said: “Ms Dayani has been an integral part of Archewell and we are grateful for her passion, commitment and leadership.

“Ms Dayani was brought on during their parental leave to move the company and its projects forward. She has continued to shape its vision and future successfully.

“Her transition was mutually planned, with intent for the Duke and Duchess to now take full lead of their company.

“There will be no replacement for this position, and Ms Dayani is fully supportive of the Duke and Duchess in their new leadership roles, and they remain friends.”


Harry and Meghan during a trip to Australia (Image: Getty)

Princess Kate’s chic winter wardrobe showcased on Boston trip

Kate, Princess of Wales showed off the best of her winter wardrobe this week as she toured Boston with her husband, Prince William.

Kate’s first outfit in Boston was an Alexander McQueen suit jacket and matching cigarette trousers, and there was some confusion over whether the ensemble was navy or amethyst.

She accessorised with Gianvito Rossi pumps and Princess Diana’s double-drop sapphire and diamond earrings which Kate wore publicly for the first time at the Platinum Jubilee earlier this year.


The Princess of Wales during her trip to Boston (Image: Getty)

Kate ‘takes control’ on ‘personally important’ Boston trip

A body language expert has spoken exclusively to about the Prince and Princess of Wales’s latest dynamic – and which royal is in “control”.

Prince William launched The Earthshot Prize in 2020, an awards ceremony dedicated to recognising those who have made contributions to environmentalism, alongside David Attenborough.

But according to Judi James, it was Kate, Princess of Wales who held the reins on this occasion.

Princess of Wales attends The Earthshot Prize 2022 at MGM Music Hall

The Princess of Wales attends The Earthshot Prize 2022 at MGM Music Hall (Image: Getty)


Kate and William arrive at The Earthshot Prize awards ceremony (Image: Getty)

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix show sparks fears of attacks on British public

Inside sources fear the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s upcoming, six-part Netflix documentary will also criticise the general public following previously reported statements from the Prince that Britons required a “lesson”.

The trailer for the couple’s six-part Netflix series dropped last week, promising an in-depth, never-before-seen look at their private life.

While clips suggested the series would focus partly on their struggles within the Royal Family, past interviews suggest the British public may receive a similar treatment.

Since the trailer was released, royal sources have forecast the documentary will turn out like their Oprah interview, but “with more crying”.

Oprah with Meghan and Harry released in 2021, but Prince Harry reportedly warned the public needed a “lesson” ahead of its debut.

The Sun revealed that senior sources said the Prince had warned the Royal Family would find their conversation “quite shocking” before sitting down for the bombshell interview.

They also claimed he said that “those Brits need to learn a lesson”.

King Charles makes cheery morning debut following Sussex Netflix trailer

King Charles III was spotted in public this morning for the first time since Netflix released its trailer for the Sussex documentary.

He appeared cheery while attending the 11am morning service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk.

The King was wearing a brown overcoat and shoes, and was joined by a walking companion.

He responded warmly as members of the general public wished him well.

One person watching on as he left the church shouted “God save the king!”.

They received a warm smile and wave from the monarch as he untroubled despite a recent media storm surrounding his son and daughter-in-law.

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King Charles III greeted well-wishers as he attended morning service at Sandringham (Image: Geoff Robinson)


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