A new book has revealed the relationship between Harry and his staff
Where are the Sussexes in the line of succession?
Despite Prince Harry’s decision to step down as a senior member of the royal family, should none of the Waleses become King or Queen, the Duke of Sussex is now fifth in the line of succession.
The Duke of Sussex formally stepped away from his royal duties in 2020 and has since made a home for himself and his wife, Meghan Markle, in California with their children Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor and Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor.
Royal Family is ‘staring down the barrel of a terrifying new enemy’
The Royal Family is “staring down the barrel of a terrifying new enemy”, according to a commentator.
Columnist Clemmie Moodie said: “Now, with all the sensitivity of root canal surgery, Netflix has announced the release date for its fifth series of The Crown — a month after the Queen’s death.
“It will portray King Charles as a sadistic, cheating monster.”
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.
Harry ‘excising’ parts from book, Vanessa Feltz claims
Writing for Express.co.uk, Vanessa Feltz said the prince could be changing his upcoming memoir following the death of the Queen.
Ms Feltz wrote: “Harry is said to be demanding to excise what may be difficult passages, whether the publishers want him to or not.
“Obviously publishing is a business and the company will want soaring sales for their £17.5 million spend. Harry must and will stand firm, knowing he holds the cards.
“He must show strength of character not to be strong-armed, and his alienated anger now appears to be abating.”
Royals ban some scenes from Queen’s funeral being shown again
Buckingham Palace has reportedly asked British broadcasters, including the BBC, never to again air a number of scenes from the Queen’s funeral.
Ephraim Hardcastle claimed the banned footage includes shots of Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, crying during the state funeral.
The number of people watching the final goodbye to Her Majesty peaked at 37.5 million.
Charles to depend on four royal women in reign
The new King can count on the support of a “quad” of Royal women as he begins his reign following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, a royal commentator has suggested.
Despite the loss of his mother, Jonathan Sacerdoti stressed that the 73-year-old had plenty of support to call on, not least from female senior Royals.
Mr Sacerdoti told Express.co.uk: “In Kate, Princess Anne, Queen Consort Camilla and Sophie Wessex there is a very confident and capable ‘quad’ of women to work with our male Monarch, King Charles III and his male heir, the Prince of Wales, Prince William.
“We are moving from an era where we had the benefit of an extremely loved and very capable female Monarch who was there for almost everybody’s living memory.
“So part of that transition will be adapting not just to a new person in the role and a new style, but somebody who’s rather a king than a queen.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK