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Meghan Markle news: Prince Harry becoming ‘something of a HOUSEHUSBAND’ as Duchess takes ‘totally different avenue’

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Prince Harry is becoming "something of a househusband" as Meghan Markle is moving forward in a “totally different avenue” a royal expert has claimed.

Neil Sean has claimed Meghan’s involvement in politics has left Prince Harry as a “house husband”.

Speaking on his YouTube channel, Mr Sean claimed: “As we’ve found out Meghan Markle says that she definitely will be going to Washington to support the causes that are close to her heart.

“While she said previously that she doesn’t demand or require a political career, it seems more and more that Meghan shines in the spotlight moving forward in a totally different avenue.

“Prince Harry, the real royal, seems to be stepping back and becoming something of a househusband.”

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    Prince Charles granted position of patron for Fordingbridge charity

    Charles follows in his father's footsteps, who was the patron of the charity prior to his death last year.

    Charles is famed for his efforts to fight climate change and protect wildlife.

    President Lord Salisbury said: “Like HRH Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales has long taken an interest in the work of the Trust developing and promoting science-based game and wildlife management techniques for the benefit of biodiversity in the British countryside.”

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    Harry & Meghan’s pal reveals new royal slogan, after the firm ‘ditched’ ‘never complain never explain’

    The Royal Family has long used the guarded approach, staying silent on matters with the potential to spark controversy or upset.

    But the times are changing and, seemingly, so are the royals.

    Now, many suggest that “if the royal family have something to say, they should say it.”

    And journalist Omid Scobie, who penned the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s biography Finding Freedom, believes a new strategy is already creeping in.

    Writing for Yahoo!news, Scobie said: “Never complain, never explain may slowly be becoming a thing of the past at the palace (well, according to Prince William at least), but a different order of the day has quickly risen within the institution of the monarchy: deflect and distract.

    “You see, when the Prince of Wales was forced to announce via his spokesman that he will never again accept plastic bags filled with €500 notes for his charities, one of his senior aides also briefed journalists with adorable details of the heir’s first time meeting granddaughter Lilibet last month.”

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    In pictures: Kate stuns at Royal Polo Cup

    Royals fans have been left stunned after Kate Middleton was pictured at this year's Royal Polo Charity Cup

    Kate was seen wearing a beautiful Emilia Wickstead belted cloque dress in monochrome with sunglasses on her head and dangling earrings.

    In attendance was a very special furry friend, Orla, the family dog.

    Temperatures hit 32C as the polo got underway, and are set to climb higher by the week's end.

    Credit: Photo by Tim Rooke/Shutterstock
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    Meghan and Harry set on different paths, expert claims

    The royal couple are set to travel down different roads, Neil Sean has noted.

    Meghan has set her heart on the White House, as she begins her career in politics, while Harry has become somewhat of a “house husband.”

    Speaking on his YouTube channel, Mr Sean claimed: “As we’ve found out Meghan Markle says that she definitely will be going to Washington to support the causes that are close to her heart.

    “While she said previously that she doesn’t demand or require a political career, it seems more and more that Meghan shines in the spotlight moving forward in a totally different avenue.

    “Prince Harry, the real royal, seems to be stepping back and becoming something of a househusband.”

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    Picture perfect: Will and Kate attend the Royal Charity Polo Cup

    Will and Kate are in attendance at the Royal Charity Polo Cup today.

    Pictured bellow, Kate stuns in a flowing white dress, while William looks as cool as a cucumber in a pair of black shades.

    They are also joined by Orla the cocker spaniel and family dog.

    Photo by Mark Boland/Getty Images
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    Exclusive: Inside the mystery sale of Prince Andrew’s abandoned mansion

    Sunninghill Park, the half-constructed mansion once owned by Prince Andrew, remains empty, almost a decade since its sale to a Kazakh oligarch.

    The sale was shrouded in mystery, and some believe some unscrupulous dealings may have taken place.

    The Duke of York sold his and Sarah Ferguson‘s former six-bedroom love nest Sunninghill Park in 2007 for £15m to billionaire oligarch Timur Kulibayev, son-in-law of Kazakh dictator Nursultan Nazarbayev.

    This was despite the property being on the market for £12million.

    This led to questions being asked about Andrew’s close ties to the Kazakhstan regime, which was known for its brutal rule.

    But now, seven years on, the property remains abandoned and incomplete, with no change in sight.

    A neighbour told the Sun Online: “I don’t know who is there. It’s not been sold recently. It’s still in the development phase. 

    “We’ve only been here two and a half years and it’s been like that the whole time.”

    Read more here

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    William and Charles should be ‘less outspoken’, expert claims

    The two future kings have been warned that they will need be slightly more subtle when they ascend the throne.

    The author of “The Queen: 70 Chapters in the Life of Elizabeth II”, Ian Lloyd, said: “I think [he could be more outspoken] as Prince of Wales, because he can do [that], I mean the present Prince of Wales has done that.

    “As King you have to be a little more circumspect.”

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    Meghan accused of inserting 'British drama into American politics'

    Meghan Markle, who is well known for her progressive views, has been criticised by an anonymous US politician for her words on Roe Vs Wade.

    Roe Vs Wade has ensured for decades that women have the right to bodily autonomy in terms of abortion.

    However, in recent weeks, the Supreme Court announced their decision to repeal womens' right to abortion.

    Meghan has been very vocal in her criticism of this choice.

    However, an anonymous US congressman has come out saying: “This is just another attempt from the ex-royals to insert their British drama into American politics.

    “I don’t think anyone on this side of the pond cares for Meghan Markle’s opinion on killing babies.”

    Speaking to the Daily Mail, he added: “However, I think her running for President would be a great episode for The Crown.”

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    Young activist wins The Diana Award

    Maureen Montania, a 26 year old from Paraguay has been awarded for her tireless work in her community.

    She has been hailed for helping the children of 20 separate families release their academic potential.

    Tessy Ojo CBA, CEO of the Diana Award said: "We warmly congratulate our new Diana Award recipients from the UK and across the world who are changemakers for their generation.

    "It is especially poignant as we remember Princess Diana 25 years on.

    "We know by receiving this honour they will inspire more young people to get involved in their communities and begun their won journey as active citizens."

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    Thomas Markle never planned to see Meghan and Harry

    The 77-year-old father of three was unable to attend the jubilee due to a stroke.

    Meghan reportedly wants to make amends with her estranged father amid fears he may not be alive for much longer.

    But Thomas Markle claims he never had any intention of meeting with Meghan and Harry: “I had a stroke and was unable to attend the Jubilee and I am still recovering, but it was my intention to come to pay my respect to the Queenthe royals, and the British people.

    “I was invited to the Jubilee by Dan Wootton and Lady C and other friends in Britain, I did not plan on seeing my daughter and Harry.”

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    Why Meghan wears this STUNNING pinky ring

    Meghan Markle is known across the globe for her passion for social issues, politics and social justice.

    This passion is seemingly reflected in the jewellery that she wears.

    According to Elle, the 1972 Tennis Pinky Ring that she has been pictured wearing, celebrates the 50th anniversary of Title IX, a law that allowed women to take part in sports throughout schools and colleges.

    This is just one more example of Meghan's social justice work in action.

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    Harry 'will be bald' by the time he's 40

    PRINCE Harry will be "completely bald" by the time he is 40, a top hair transplant surgeon said.

    Dr Manish Mittal says a rapidly receding Duke of Sussex will need to act fast if he wants to halt or reverse hair loss.

    He said Harry, 37, can either embrace his baldness like brother William, 40, and dad Charles, 73, get a transplant, or get fitted for a wig.

    Dr Mittal said: "At the speed it's receding, it is likely that Harry will be completely bald in two years, certainly by the time he's 40."

    He said that if Harry wanted hair surgery he would need to take hairloss stabilising medication before two ops placing around 2,000 individual hair grafts, 18 months apart. The cost for a VIP is £40,000.

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    Andrew hurled vile abuse at Palace guard, report claims

    The disgraced Duke once called a palace guard a "lardy a**ed c***," after he refused entry to one of Andrew's many mystery guests.

    The shocking claim comes with another bombshell from ex armed protection officer Paul Page that Andrew "led a very weird life - he was the only member of the Royal Family we had to bend the rules for.

    "We would let unauthorised and unknown women into the palace after hours for him."

    Click here to find out more.

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    The Cambridges set to have a very busy summer

    School is out for George, Charlotte and Edward this Friday, and the royal heirs are set for an exciting summer.

    Royal expert Ingrid Seward says William and Kate will have a raft of plans to keep the children busy.

    “The three children are incredibly sporty and, of course, their parents are too,” she tells The Sun.

    “The focus will very much be on outdoor pursuits, with swimming, fishing, walking, riding and sailing.”

    And what are the summer holidays without some time away from home.

    “It’s a long holiday so I suspect that Carole and Michael Middleton, as grandparents, will probably have the kids to themselves for a little bit of the summer," she says.

    “They usually go up to Balmoral to spend time with the Queen and the rest of the family for a while and, this year, I think they will also go abroad for a short time, probably to Mustique, because William and Kate will want a change of scenery.”

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    Harry will lose ‘chief ally’ when Queen passes away

    The Queen and Harry are thought to be very close.

    It’s been previously suggested that the only reason Meghan and Harry are included to the extent they are is because of the Queen as she has a soft spot for him.

    The idea, therefore, is that once the Queen‘s reign ends, Harry will lose his “chief ally” and will be relegated to the sidelines.

    The author of the newly-released biography The Queen told Express.co.uk: “Harry’s chief ally inside the Royal Family is the woman that Diana used to call ‘Chief Lady’, the Queen.

    “When she goes, he will have brought out his book, which will contain a fairly strong attack on his father.

    “He is not speaking to his brother, who will be the next Prince of Wales, so he will be vanishing in the shadows, he will be on the sidelines – which may be the way he wants it.”

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    Meghan and Harry set on different paths, expert claims

    The royal couple are set to travel down different roads, Neil Sean has noted.

    Meghan has set her heart on the White House, as she begins her career in politics, while Harry has become somewhat of a "house husband."

    Speaking on his YouTube channel, Mr Sean claimed: "As we've found out Meghan Markle says that she definitely will be going to Washington to support the causes that are close to her heart.

    "While she said previously that she doesn't demand or require a political career, it seems more and more that Meghan shines in the spotlight moving forward in a totally different avenue.

    "Prince Harry, the real royal, seems to be stepping back and becoming something of a househusband."

  • henry moore

    Harry & Meghan's pal reveals new royal slogan, after the firm 'ditched' 'never complain never explain'

    The Royal Family has long used the guarded approach, staying silent on matters with the potential to spark controversy or upset.

    But the times are changing and, seemingly, so are the royals.

    Now, many suggest that "if the royal family have something to say, they should say it."

    And journalist Omid Scobie, who penned the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's biography Finding Freedom, believes a new strategy is already creeping in.

    Writing for Yahoo!news, Scobie said: "Never complain, never explain may slowly be becoming a thing of the past at the palace (well, according to Prince William at least), but a different order of the day has quickly risen within the institution of the monarchy: deflect and distract.

    "You see, when the Prince of Wales was forced to announce via his spokesman that he will never again accept plastic bags filled with €500 notes for his charities, one of his senior aides also briefed journalists with adorable details of the heir’s first time meeting granddaughter Lilibet last month."

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    What is the royal box at Wimbledon?

    The royal box has the best seats at Wimbledon and is reserved for members of the royal family and invited guests of the All England Club.

    It's always full of famous faces from the world of showbiz and high society.

    Perched above Centre Court, the royal box is reserved for use by the Royal Family and other distinguished guests who want to watch the tennis during the Wimbledon Championships.

    Each day there is space for 74 guests to take their place on the dark green Lloyd Loom wicker chairs.

    Anybody who is invited to watch the tennis from the royal box must stick to a strict dress code that includes a demure dress for ladies and a jacket, tie and proper shoes for men.

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    Meghan, Harry and Archie celebrate the 4th of July

    Pictures emerged yesterday of the royal couple and their eldest child celebrating America's Independence Day.

    Little Archie was seen embracing his American half, waving the stars and stripes in celebration.

    This comes as news emerges that Meghan is considering a career in US politics, with reports suggesting that she may even be aiming for the highest office in the land.

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    ‘Category 5 meltdown’

    According to a commentator, Meghan running for US President would trigger a “category five meltdown” with the royals.

    Writing for news.com.au, Columnist Daniela Elser said: “This is all before we even consider the category five meltdown that a Meghan campaign would trigger at Buckingham Palace.

    “But risks, like hats, are something that Meghan clearly has a fondness for.”

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    Thomas Markle censored on his own podcast

    The 77-year-old American has been very vocal about his daughter.

    Meghan Markle, 40, is married to Prince Harry, 37, and Thomas Markle has been vocal about his daughter’s behaviour and treatment of the Queen.

    The father of three was supposed to visit the UK for the Queen’s platinum jubilee but was unable to in the wake of having two strokes leaving him bed-bound in hospital.

    Now, his podcast co-host, Karl Larsen has admitted that he had to cut some of the more “inappropriate” things Markle said about his daughter and son-in-law.

    Larsen explained: “When he does interviews on networks, whether it’s with Piers Morgan or Dan Wootton, they’re always drilling him with questions and then he feels like he always has to answer it.

    “He’s got no filter.

    “There are things that are said on my channel that I think are inappropriate, that I cut out.”

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    Princess Diana got competitive for her sons

    It’s somewhat known that Princess Diana wasn’t a conventional royal.

    Wanting to be there for her sons in a way that other royals weren’t is something that meant a lot for Princess Diana.

    And Sports Days were no different.

    Video footage has been released of Princess Diana running in the ‘mum’s race’ for one of her sons, with Prince Harry or Prince William.

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    Harry & Meghan ‘won’t win’ if they do another Oprah interview

    A royal expert believes Harry and Meghan are doomed if they decide to make another interview with  the US talk show host.

    Pictures emerged recently of the couple entering Oprah’s multi-million dollar mansion, fuelling reports that a second interview could be on the way.

    But speaking on TalkTV’s The Morning Show recently, commentator Dylan Howard on believes the couple may not survive the Royal Family fall-out that would arise from another tell-all chat.

    Commenting on whether Meghan and Harry can return on Oprah, Dylan said: “I don’t know, I think they may do.”

    He then added: “I think it’s going to be damaging to the royal institution but I think one thing is certain – the Firm wins, they’re not going to win. It’s over for them.”

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    Meghan will remain a princess no matter what

    The Sussexes stepped away from royal life in 2020.

    At the time, there was a lot of controversy over the titles Meghan and Harry would keep if they choose not to be serving royals.

    Both retain the titles of Duchess and Duke of Sussex, respectively.

    Due to her marriage to Prince Harry, grandson of the Queen and son of the first in line to the throne, his title is his birth right, which mean, Meghan would remain princess even if her duchess title was to be removed.

    Speaking to express.co.uk, royal expert, Neil Sean warned about what her title could be: “To note, even if they decided to strip away the title of the Duchess of Sussex, she would then be entitled to use the title of Princess Henry and that of course would turn into Princess Meghan.”

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    Meghan deals with 'debilitating' illness

    The Duchess of Sussex has spoken openly about her wellness lifestyle.

    Meghan Markle speaks fondly of her alternative treatments and Eastern medicine, having previously admitted having a yoga studio built into her California home.

    The 40-year-old reportedly had awful headaches that left her in agony.

    She explained to The Chalkboard: “I used to have debilitating migraines (hospitalised for them).

    “Acupuncture and Eastern medicine absolutely changed my life.

    “Migraine-free living is a game-changer.”

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