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Meghan Markle and Harry end 64yr Royal tradition with new surname for Archie and Lilibet - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
17.07.2024 / 11:52

Meghan Markle and Harry end 64yr Royal tradition with new surname for Archie and Lilibet

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly given their two children, Archie and Lilibet, a new surname. The couple, who recently attended the 2024 ESPY Awards together, made headlines earlier this year when they launched their new sussex.com website earlier this year, and now it seems that Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet will no longer use Mountbatten-Windsor as a last name, the Mirror reports. Instead, the duo will reportedly have Sussex as a surname – something they allegedly began using when King Charles III became monarch.

Meghan Markle 'one step away from confronting King Charles' - www.ok.co.uk - USA
ok.co.uk
16.07.2024 / 16:46

Meghan Markle 'one step away from confronting King Charles'

Meghan Markle is said to be upset over King Charles's recent product launch, according to an insider. Earlier this year, the Duchess of Sussex introduced her lifestyle brand, American Riviera Orchard, and has been giving fans a sneak peek at some of the products that will be available, including strawberry jam, raspberry jam, and dog biscuits.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s popularity depends on these two things as A-list support is slim: expert - nypost.com - Britain - USA
nypost.com
15.07.2024 / 15:07

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s popularity depends on these two things as A-list support is slim: expert

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s popularity may seem to be at an all-time low in the UK at the moment — but according to a prominent royal commentator, the pair have a shot in repairing their image.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex sensationally turned their back on the royal family soon after quitting royal life in 2020.Since then, they’ve only returned to Harry’s home turf a couple of times.But according to royal expert and commentator Richard Fitzwilliams, the duo have a good chance in boosting their popularity if they do two things in particular.“Much depends on Meghan’s cookery program for Netflix and how well, American Riviera Orchard, her lifestyle brand, actually does,” Fitzwilliams told The Mirror of the “Suits” alum’s new business ventures.“Meanwhile, it seems most unlikely that more awards will come Harry’s way anytime soon.”Fitzwilliams added that the pair’s A-list roster of friends “who openly support them” could play a key part in fixing their public image.Still, some of the couple’s famous pals may do more harm than good in upping their popularity.“Nacho Figueras is a friend of Harry’s, and will appear in Harry’s series on polo for Netflix,” the royal expert said.

Prince Harry's huge sacrifice for Meghan Markle laid bare - after he cuts ties with old friends and family - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - county Sussex - Indiana
ok.co.uk
15.07.2024 / 14:45

Prince Harry's huge sacrifice for Meghan Markle laid bare - after he cuts ties with old friends and family

Ever since they stepped back from their roles as senior royals, it has frequently been reported that both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have cut ties with many friends, as well as members of their respective families. Following on from claims that the Duke of Sussex, in particular, no longer sees many of the wide circle of friends that he had back in the UK ever since he relocated Stateside, a leading royal expert has looked at how his "sacrifice" will make him feel.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's 'growing rift' - 'Under pressure after new setbacks' - www.ok.co.uk - California
ok.co.uk
14.07.2024 / 10:26

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's 'growing rift' - 'Under pressure after new setbacks'

Since they stepped down as working members of the Royal Family in 2020, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been working hard to pave the way with their own brand while enjoying their more secluded family life in California. But it looks as though the pressure could be mounting for the couple with tension building after their exclusive Spotify deal ended, Harry facing backlash for his recognition award and reported concerns in the future of their Netflix partnership.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle ‘trying to buy the public’s respect’ with awards after ESPYS nod: expert - nypost.com - Britain - Afghanistan
nypost.com
13.07.2024 / 14:31

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle ‘trying to buy the public’s respect’ with awards after ESPYS nod: expert

claimed she was never consulted about the decision.Royal expert Kinsey Schofield slammed the Sussexes for their obsession with “collecting trophies,” claiming that the public “sees through” ESPN’s decision to honor Harry with the award.“I see Prince Harry and Meghan Markle accepting more trophies for awards that I don’t understand what they’re for,” she told TalkTV.“I guess they’re trying to buy the public’s respect, they’re trying to buy good PR through networking and creating these opportunities to collect trophies for their mantle, but I think the public sees through these individuals.”ESPN has since defended its decision to honor the father of two, who served the British military for 10 years, including two tours in Afghanistan as a helicopter pilot.“ESPN, with the support of the Tillman Foundation, is honoring Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, specifically for the work of The Invictus Games Foundation as it celebrates its 10th year promoting healing through the power of sport for military service members and veterans around the world,” ESPN told The Post in a statement.“While we understand not everyone will agree with all honorees selected for any award, The Invictus Games Foundation does incredible work and ESPN believes this is a cause worth celebrating.”Schofield also took aim at the “Suits” alum for accepting awards for her now-defunct podcast “Archetypes” — which was axed by Spotify after just 12 episodes.“How many awards did Meghan accept for her podcast that was canceled and slammed by her own network,” she told the outlet.

Meghan Markle’s estranged dad Thomas says she’s denying Archie, Lilibet their ‘birthright’: ‘Very sad’ - nypost.com - New Zealand
nypost.com
13.07.2024 / 01:06

Meghan Markle’s estranged dad Thomas says she’s denying Archie, Lilibet their ‘birthright’: ‘Very sad’

last month’s Trooping the Colour ceremony, to which the “Suits” alum and her husband, Prince Harry, did not receive an invitation.After watching the annual event, Thomas Sr. said his grandkids are being denied their “birthright.”“It struck me as very sad that Meghan and Harry’s kids are being denied the right to know their cousins, who look like fantastic children, or take part in things like Trooping the Colour, which is their birthright,” he told New Zealand Woman’s Weekly.“They are getting to the age where they will start to ask questions, as all kids do.

King Charles 'not competing' with Meghan Markle's lifestyle brand for one main reason - www.ok.co.uk - USA - county Charles
ok.co.uk
12.07.2024 / 21:24

King Charles 'not competing' with Meghan Markle's lifestyle brand for one main reason

The Duchess of Sussex's launch into selling homeware items such as artisan jams and dog treats has been a hot topic of conversation in recent weeks. And, following reports that Meghan would like King Charles' seal of approval on her lifestyle brand American Riviera Orchard, a source told the US edition of OK! Magazine that “Meghan is looking for support wherever she can get it." They added: “Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice are at the top of her list, but she is shooting even higher and would love to get King Charles to give his stamp of approval.” This comes after additional speculation around whether there was any source of competition between the Royal Family - who have long sold many homeware and gifting items - and Meghan.

Kate Middleton 'makes sure royal children see grandfather King Charles' as Meghan Markle stays away - www.ok.co.uk - New Zealand - USA - Charlotte - George
ok.co.uk
12.07.2024 / 20:03

Kate Middleton 'makes sure royal children see grandfather King Charles' as Meghan Markle stays away

King Charles shares a deeply special bond with the Princess of Wales and has frequently been heard referring to her as his "darling daughter in law". Away from their own close-knit relationship, Kate plays another role in ensuring that the King enjoys a special bond with his grandchildren, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Prince Harry is ‘bored’ with ‘difficult’ Meghan Markle, ‘never sees’ his friends: expert - nypost.com - Britain
nypost.com
12.07.2024 / 15:57

Prince Harry is ‘bored’ with ‘difficult’ Meghan Markle, ‘never sees’ his friends: expert

misses his home country and doesn’t see his friends anymore because they don’t like his wife Meghan Markle.“Harry is increasingly bored and looking back across the Atlantic where most of his army and school friends still live and whom he never sees because they won’t visit him in the States because they find Meghan difficult,” royal expert Tom Quinn told The Mirror on Saturday.The Post has reached out to reps for Harry and Meghan for comment.Harry currently lives in Montecito, Calif., with Meghan, 42, and their kids — Prince Archie, 5, and Princess Lilibet, 3.

Meghan Markle's father reveals fears for Archie and Lilibet's royal futures - www.ok.co.uk - New Zealand - Mexico - county Thomas
ok.co.uk
12.07.2024 / 13:55

Meghan Markle's father reveals fears for Archie and Lilibet's royal futures

Meghan Markle's dad, Thomas, has expressed his sadness over the fact that his grandkids, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, are missing out on a Royal upbringing. As he nears his 80th birthday, Thomas, who is currently not in contact with his daughter Meghan, is eager to meet his grandchildren for the first time.

Meghan Markle's new business venture will see royals breathe 'huge sigh of relief' - www.ok.co.uk - Australia - USA
ok.co.uk
27.06.2024 / 18:59

Meghan Markle's new business venture will see royals breathe 'huge sigh of relief'

Meghan Markle's latest venture into the world of artisan jam with her American Riviera Orchard lifestyle brand has royal insiders and fans alike buzzing with relief, according to commentators.The Duchess of Sussex took to Instagram to announce the launch, sending out 50 jars of her luxury jam to celebrity friends for a social media showcase.This move marks a departure from the anticipated "tell-all" book that Royal watchers were expecting Meghan to release. Emma Clifton, writer for Australian Women's Weekly, hinted that this new business direction is likely a welcome development for the Royal Family.

Meghan Markle penned Taylor Swift personal letter about podcast appearance but was brutally snubbed - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Taylor - Charlotte
dailyrecord.co.uk
26.06.2024 / 08:25

Meghan Markle penned Taylor Swift personal letter about podcast appearance but was brutally snubbed

Taylor Swift was beaming as she mingled with Prince William, after a previous opportunity to work with his sister-in-law Meghan Markle was politely declined.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are 'increasingly irrelevant' as Royal Family divert love elsewhere - www.ok.co.uk - USA
ok.co.uk
24.06.2024 / 21:28

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are 'increasingly irrelevant' as Royal Family divert love elsewhere

Ever since they stepped back from their roles as senior royals, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have frequently made announcements about their many personal milestones, as well as offered business updates. Something which is often pointed out, however, is the number of times that Harry and Meghan have issued these statements or planned the release of news which has coincided exactly with a high profile event for the Royal Family.This trend has seen one leading royal expert to reflect on the fact that the couple are becoming "increasingly irrelevant" as the Royal Family turn their attention to supporting those in greater need with heartfelt gestures.

Why ‘irrelevant’ Prince Harry, Meghan Markle are ‘running out of time’ to rejoin royal family: expert - nypost.com - California
nypost.com
23.06.2024 / 20:29

Why ‘irrelevant’ Prince Harry, Meghan Markle are ‘running out of time’ to rejoin royal family: expert

“Palace Confidential” show Friday that the Sussexes are “running out of time” to be welcomed back into the fold as working royals by Harry’s estranged family. “Time is running out to come back while his father is still King,” Eden said in reference to King Charles III, who became monarch in 2022 after Queen Elizabeth II’s death.

Meghan Markle’s megabucks: First product from Duchess’s new brand won’t be jam or dog biscuits — but it will likely make her millions - nypost.com - USA
nypost.com
22.06.2024 / 17:45

Meghan Markle’s megabucks: First product from Duchess’s new brand won’t be jam or dog biscuits — but it will likely make her millions

Daily Mail, it makes “infinite commercial sense for Meghan’s first product to be a wine,” saying it’ll net her far more money than other, cheaper items. “As a product, wines are far more aspirationally marketable -— not to mention financially lucrative — than humble jam,” the publication states. Markle has previously hinted she’ll be selling jars of jam from her American Riviera Orchard collection.

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry could learn from Princess Madeleine’s decision not to reveal royal secrets: expert - www.foxnews.com - Britain - California - Sweden - Florida
foxnews.com
22.06.2024 / 08:21

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry could learn from Princess Madeleine’s decision not to reveal royal secrets: expert

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'Prince Harry must not follow Meghan Markle's example - their innocent children will suffer' - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - USA - county Windsor
ok.co.uk
22.06.2024 / 07:55

'Prince Harry must not follow Meghan Markle's example - their innocent children will suffer'

Ever since Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, relocated to the US in 2020, their relationships with senior members of the Royal Family have been publicly strained. As a result, the couple and their two young children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, have spent very little time in the UK with the Windsor side of the family, particularly with their grandfather, King Charles. This, former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond says, is something which is causing Archie and Lilibet to suffer as she expresses her hope that Harry will not continue to follow Meghan's example when it comes to family quarrels.

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