Royal Family news latest – Queen 'BRUTALLY put Meghan Markle in her place during Duchess' ridiculous tiara tantrum'

THE Queen's alleged brutal slap down of Meghan Markle over the Duchess' pre-wedding tiara tantrum has been retold.

The Duchess of Sussex was widely reported to have had a meltdown in the days before her wedding to Prince Harry after being told a tiara she wanted to wear at the ceremony wouldn't be available for her.

Her behaviour was deemed so unacceptable that news of it soon found its way back to the Queen, according to Andrew Morton, who retells the story in an updated edition of his book Meghan: A Hollywood Princess.

The furious monarch is reported to have snapped to Prince Harry in her typically to-the-point style "She gets what tiara she’s given by me" – firmly putting the demanding Duchess back in her place.

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  • John Hall

    ‘Where you’re born should not dictate your ability to survive’

    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry gushed “where you’re born should not dictate your ability to survive” at a Covid concert calling for vaccine equity.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex took turns with the mic as they preached to millions watching the event across the world about the need to ensure vaccines were shared with third world countries.

    The massive event was the climax of the couple’s New York City tour which saw them meet high-powered politicians, hug students and pose for photo ops.

    Read the article in full here.

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    Harry ‘sparked tension’ over Meghan Markle’s wedding tiara 

    In the bombshell piece, the author of Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, Andrew Morton, claimed “Harry was the ‘prime mover’ in souring relations.”

    But now Morton has relieved that it was actually Prince Harry that had kicked off leading up to their big day.

    He wrote: “Harry was the ‘prime mover’ in souring relations between the Sussexes and the Royal Family, but it was Meghan who ‘took the hit’.”

    The Duke of Sussex reportedly ‘shouted’ at royal dresser Angela Kelly when the tiara Meghan had planned on wearing for the wedding could not be produced for an unscheduled hair appointment.

    He says that Harry “was overwrought” when he learnt that the tiara was not available and told “anyone that would listen” that: “What Meghan wants, Meghan gets.”

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    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry fly back to California on private jet

    Eco-warriors Meghan Markle and Prince Harry flew back to California on a private jet after their New York tour.

    The couple were seen hugging staff members who had worked with them on the tour before they boarded their flight.

    Harry and Meghan have now been reunited with their children Archie and Lilibet, after a wire was spotted poking out of Harry’s pocket during the tour.

    This has sparked rumours that the Sussexe’s trip was part of their multi-million dollar Netflix deal.

    Travelling by commercial airline is a more eco-friendly option than flying by private jet.

  • John Hall

    Harry ‘sparked tension’ over Meghan Markle’s wedding tiara 

    In the bombshell piece, the author of Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, Andrew Morton, claimed “Harry was the ‘prime mover’ in souring relations.”

    But now Morton has relieved that it was actually Prince Harry that had kicked off leading up to their big day.

    He wrote: “Harry was the ‘prime mover’ in souring relations between the Sussexes and the Royal Family, but it was Meghan who ‘took the hit’.”

    The Duke of Sussex reportedly ‘shouted’ at royal dresser Angela Kelly when the tiara Meghan had planned on wearing for the wedding could not be produced for an unscheduled hair appointment.

    He says that Harry “was overwrought” when he learnt that the tiara was not available and told “anyone that would listen” that: “What Meghan wants, Meghan gets.”

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    Prince Charles launches climate change TV channel

    Prince Charles has launched a television channel on Amazon Prime focusing on climate change.

    The Prince of Wales, 72, is known for his love of conservation and interest in the natural word.

    His channel, named RE:TV, will also feature a direct plea from Charles to “act now” in addressing issues facing the future of the planet.

    RE:TV highlights projects from across the world working on initiatives that can help transform how business is done, helping people make a cleaner and more sustainable economy.

    It is understood Charles is not being paid for his curation of the channel, which will feature new films as well as air existing material.

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    Palace ‘bent backwards’ to help Meghan

    THE Palace “bent over backwards” to help Meghan Markle adjust to royal life, a royal expert has claimed.

    In the bombshell piece, the author of Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, Andrew Morton, also claimed a “formidable backroom staff” spent hours reporting trolls for the Duchess of Sussex.

    In six new chapters of the book that was first published in 2018, Mr Morton said: “Far from abandoning Meghan, the Palace had a team which spent ‘hundreds of hours monitoring social media accounts’ and ‘violent threats were reported to police,” he wrote.

    Read more here.

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    Unimpressed

    According to a royal source, the future monarch is hopping to turn the royal residence into a public attraction, and some courtiers have expressed their concerns. 

    Buckingham Palace has served as the official London residence of the UK’s sovereigns since 1837 and is also where the Queen’s offices are situated. 

    Royal commentator Neil Sean told the Express that Her Majesty is not a fan of turning the historic pad into a tourist trap. 

    He said: “This will not be happening anytime soon, particularly while we still have our gracious Majesty the Queen with us.

    “She’s not very keen on that particular idea and believes of course, that it should remain a family home of sorts.

    “Her Majesty the Queen will go between Windsor Castle, which she considers her main London base, and spending two to four days a week also out at the re-renovated Buckingham Palace.”

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    When does the Prince William and David Attenborough documentary air?

    The five-part series will launch globally on Discovery Plus in early October. 

    A live-stream of the Earthsot Prize ceremony will be available on Discovery’s Facebook Page on 17 Oct. and a catch-up version on Discovery Plus later in the year.

    BBC Studios will distribute internationally.

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    Prince Andrew accuser set to hand over secret document which could defeat her case

    Prince Andrew’s sex assault accuser has agreed to hand over a secret document which his legal team believes may defeat her bombshell lawsuit.

    Lawyers for Virginia Roberts Giuffre will give a copy of a “release” signed in 2009 – following her settlement with sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein – to the duke, The Sun On Sunday can reveal.

    Andrew’s attorneys hope the clause will exempt Queen’s second son from any culpability in her sex assault claims against him – but Virginia’s lawyers have branded it “irrelevant”.

    The secret agreement is said to not apply to the royal – instead releasing lawyers, employees, agents and heirs from liability in connection with the Epstein case.

    Virginia’s lead lawyer, David Boies, revealed in a new legal document, filed in New York this week, that he was happy to hand the document over to Andrew’s team.

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    Meghan felt ‘driven out’ from Kate Middleton’s ‘coolness’

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were driven out of the family by Prince William’s “bullying” attitude, a royal expert has claimed.

    In the bombshell piece, author of Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, Andrew Morton also claimed that Kate’s “coolness” added to the brothers “Cain and Abel” epic fallout.

    In six new chapters of the book that was first published in 2018, Mr Morton said the Palace bent over backwards to help Meghan adjust to her new life as a Royal.

    “Far from abandoning Meghan, the Palace had a team which spent ‘hundreds of hours monitoring social media accounts’ and ‘violent threats were reported to police,” he wrote.

    But it was the Cambridges’ attitudes towards the Sussexes that allegedly caused the devastating split.

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    Recording

    PRINCE Harry was spotted with what appeared to be a mic during his high-powered tour in New York City.

    The black wire that ran from his trouser pocket up into his shirt could be a sign that the couple may have been recording content for their multi-million pound deals with Netflix and Spotify.

    The black cable was spotted by eagle-eyed fans when the Duke went in for a hug Melba restaurant owner Melba Wilson yesterday.

    Other photos of the trip to Harlem, including Meghan’s book reading where Harry sat amongst schoolchildren, the Prince was spotted with a black wire running out his pocket.

    Meanwhile, the Duchess was sporting unusually heavy attire for the September weather – where reports suggest she could have possibly been concealing a mic system.

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    ‘US travel ban is no longer an excuse’

    Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, have not ventured to the UK together since they ditched the country for a life across the pond last year.

    But now, following the birth of their daughter Lilibet in June, royal author Adam Helliker said the brood returning to Harry’s home country is “imperative for family unity”.

    Mr Helliker told the Sun: “I think it’s imperative for family unity that the whole family comes over because, to put it bluntly, the queen is getting older and these won’t arrive too often again.

    “I think Harry will feel particularly guilty if she doesn’t see the great-grandchildren she’s not seen much of – or the great-granddaughter she’s not seen at all.

    “I think if they’re going to try to patch things up – and we all hope they will work to increase what remains of the unity between them and the family – then I think it’s paramount that they start planning a trip for maybe early December.

    “I doubt obviously they want to be restricted by spending any Christmases at Sandringham, but maybe a mid-December pre-Christmas trip to say hello to the family.

    “For Harry, those family ties – until he was encouraged by her to break them – were really important.”

    He said both sides will be “striving for reconciliation” following the fallout from their bombshell Oprah interview.

    Read the article in full here.

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    ALL SMILES

    William and Kate were a picture of family bliss as they enjoyed a pub lunch with their children yesterday.

    The pair looked relaxed as they sat on a wooden table with Princes George and Louis, and Princess Charlotte tucking into chips and burgers.

    The family, including a black spaniel, were enjoying a classic English beer garden lunch in Norfolk yesterday.

    The pair spent quality time with their children in a heartwarming scene families around the country would recognise.

    Heir William tucked into a burger and chips – and showing himself as a modern dad was quick to comfort and console one of the youngsters when their food was too hot.

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    Brothers to honour Diana

    William and Harry will put their differences aside as they reunite to honour their late mother later this year.

    The brothers last met face-to-face over the summer, when they unveiled a statue of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace.

    And while both men appeared to be on good form during the meeting, and even released a joint statement, Harry left just 20 minutes after the big reveal – while William reportedly barely looked his younger brother in the eye.

    However, there are hopes their next engagement together in December could help end their seeming feud.

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    Harry gave a sweet nod to Archie

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped out in New York on Thursday for their first joint public engagement since the birth of their daughter Lillibet in June.

    But despite it being business as usual for the parents-of-two, the doting dad made sure to keep a memento of his son Archie close by with one tiny detail.

    Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, visited the World Health Organization’s headquarters in New York in a trip which the couple claimed “reinforced our commitment to vaccine equity”.

    Harry was seen leaving the building as he clutched onto a black laptop bag with the words ‘Archie’s papa’ embossed on the side – a sweet nod to his two-year-old son.

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