Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have so far released two docu-series for US streaming giant Netflix.
In late 2022, they launched their first two products: Harry and Meghan, a biographical six-part docu-series entirely focused on their romance and struggles with the media and the Firm, and Live to Lead, a documentary series featuring interviews with world leaders and leading personalities such as feminist Gloria Steinem and former New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
In Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex launched a series of blistering allegations and attacks against the Royal Family. Among the potentially damaging claims for the Firm included in the programme, it was alleged the communications offices of other members of the Firm briefed the media against the Sussexes.
Prince Harry also alleged the Palace released in January 2020 a statement in both his and Prince William’s name quashing allegations the Prince of Wales had driven out of the Firm the Sussexes.
The Duke claimed no one had spoken to him about that message nor asked him if he wanted to issue it. Neither Buckingham Palace nor Kensington Palace commented on the claims made by the Sussexes in their docu-series.
Princess Anne spotted at Twickenham as she cheers Scottish rugby team
Princess Anne was spotted at Twickenham Stadium this afternoon to cheer on the Scottish rugby team.
The Princess Royal is keen rugby fan as well as the patron of Scotland national rugby union team.
King Charles’s sister was accompanied by her husband Sir Timothy Laurence at the stadium, where Scotland faced England – whose patron is the Princess of Wales – in a Six Nation match.
To the delight of Anne, the Scottish team won 23 – 29.
‘They’ve burnt their bridges here’ Harry and Meghan told they are not wanted at coronation
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been told they are not wanted at King Charles III’s coronation.
GB News presenter Nana Akua said the couple have “dissed” the UK, and that the coming coronation is not a “family affair”.
Writing for the broadcaster’s online platform, Ms Akua told American readers the Duke and Duchess are “all yours”.
She wrote: “I, as a member of the British public, don’t want you and Meghan there.
“It’s a state event, not a family affair, which is ultimately being paid for by the British taxpayer, the people who live in the country you are dissing and the country that has paid for your privileged upbringing and afforded you your title.
“The very title you are trading on, lining your pockets and earning millions from which, as I understand from your book you wanted redundancy money for choosing to leave.”
She concluded: “Well they’re all yours now..you can keep em, they’ve burnt their bridges here.”
Britons split on whether Harry and Charles should end rift in time for Coronation
British people are divided on whether King Charles and Prince Harry should reconcile in time for the Coronation, new polling suggests.
An exclusive Techne poll carried out for the Express on 1,624 British adults found 46 percent did not think the King and Harry should aim to end the row ahead of the historic event to be held at Westminster Abbey on May 6.
On the other hand, 36 percent said the father and son should bury the hatchet, while a further 18 percent did not know in the poll carried out from February 1 to 2.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK