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Prince Harry Claims Palace ‘Approved’ Meghan Markle’s 2017 Invictus Jeans — But ‘No One’ Defended Her Publicly After Backlash - www.usmagazine.com - Britain - California - Netflix
usmagazine.com
06.01.2023 / 01:13

Prince Harry Claims Palace ‘Approved’ Meghan Markle’s 2017 Invictus Jeans — But ‘No One’ Defended Her Publicly After Backlash

A little support could have gone a long way. Prince Harry revealed in his memoir, Spare, that he feels his family should have done more to defend wife Meghan Markle against public backlash.

Only Fools and Horses star Sue Holderness slams Harry and Meghan's ‘tedious’ Netflix show - express - USA - Netflix
express.co.uk
04.01.2023 / 15:29

Only Fools and Horses star Sue Holderness slams Harry and Meghan's ‘tedious’ Netflix show

Prince Harry, 38, and wife Meghan Markle, 41, are mistaken in their allegations that there is racism within the Royal Family.She has blasted their Netflix series, declaring it "jolly tedious" and adding that she hadn't watched a "single second" of it, as she believes it to be rooted in negativity."Six hours of doom and gloom!" she groaned, acknowledging that Harry is "probably quite unhappy".Yesterday, it was revealed that the Prince is desperate to reunite with his brother and father and bury the hatchet - but many critics have countered that the public nature of their Netflix documentary may not be the best way to achieve peace.Not only will Sue not be watching their series, but she's not keen on purchasing Harry's much awaited autobiography, Spare, either."[The Netflix show] would be six hours of my life pretty much wasted," she declared, adding that when it comes to his tell-all book, she'll simply read the excerpts from the newspapers."You just read the juicy bits, don't you?" she mused."I haven't got enough life left to waste on Harry's book, I'm afraid!"Harry reportedly demanded an apology over how Meghan was allegedly treated during her time as a working royal, before the pair moved to the USA.When the couple saw that Ngozi Fulani had received an apology and resignation from Lady Susan Hussey over being asked where she was "really from", in a reference to her ancestry, they had apparently sought the same response from the royals.However, no comment has been made publicly, perhaps due to the motto within the family of "Never complain, never explain" - and a rift remains open between them.Yet Sue has made it clear that her loyalties lie with King Charles, insisting that in her eyes, the family "isn't remotely

Good Morning Britain erupts into explosive row over Meghan and Harry after Richard Madeley takes a swipe at them - www.thesun.co.uk - Britain - California
thesun.co.uk
03.01.2023 / 13:51

Good Morning Britain erupts into explosive row over Meghan and Harry after Richard Madeley takes a swipe at them

GOOD Morning Britain erupted into a row over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle today after Richard Madeley accused the royals of “whinging”. Host Susanna Reid was left playing referee after Richard, 66, made the comment and it sparked a yelling match between two guests.

King Charles' speech not 'trashing' Meghan and Harry's doc baffles Jack Whitehall - express - Britain - county Cooper - county Prince Edward - Netflix
express.co.uk
26.12.2022 / 23:17

King Charles' speech not 'trashing' Meghan and Harry's doc baffles Jack Whitehall

He also acknowledged the many families struggling with the cost of living crisis who are trying to "pay their bills and keep their families fed and warm".But he also praised the "wonderfully kind" citizens who have volunteered their time, food or money in support of those less fortunate.The new monarch notably did not mention Meghan and Harry in his first-ever Christmas speech.Jack, 34, tweeted to his six million followers: "Really thought the King's Speech was going to contain a bit more trash talk about that Netflix doc."Prince Harry and Meghan didn't make an appearance during the eight-minute-long speech written by the sovereign or in the imageries shown on screen as he was delivering it.He focused his attention instead on the work carried out by working members of the Firm.Among those shown in segments of the clip were Queen Camilla, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex.Charles mentioned Prince William and Kate, the Prince and Princess of Wales, while he was speaking of the charitable heart showcased by many in the UK every day.Jamie Redknapp sparks fury as he boasts chef cooked Christmas dinner[LATEST]Blake's 7 actor Stephen Greif dies aged 78 as tributes pour in[TRIBUTES]Kaleb Cooper in engagement news as Jeremy Clarkson's daughter reacts[ENGAGEMENT]Referring to Kate and William's first visit to Swansea since they acquired their new title following the death of Elizabeth II, Charles said: "The Prince and Princess of Wales recently visited Wales, shining a light on practical examples of this community spirit."The King noted that, at a time where many in Britain are struggling with the cost-of-living crisis and trying to "pay their bills and keep their families fed and warm", kind people are

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle 'Digging Themselves Into A Deeper Hole With These Tell-Alls,' Royal Family Believes - perezhilton.com - USA - Netflix
perezhilton.com
23.12.2022 / 20:03

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle 'Digging Themselves Into A Deeper Hole With These Tell-Alls,' Royal Family Believes

Did Prince Harry and Meghan Markle miscalculate the result of their recently-released Netflix docuseries?

Royal Family Believes Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are ‘Digging Themselves Into a Deeper Hole’ - www.usmagazine.com - Netflix
usmagazine.com
23.12.2022 / 16:15

Royal Family Believes Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are ‘Digging Themselves Into a Deeper Hole’

A tense situation. The premiere of Harry & Meghan has come and gone, but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s struggle with The Firm is just beginning, an insider exclusively reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly.

Sue Holderness says Harry and Meghan mistaken and insists royals 'aren't remotely racist' - express - Britain - Netflix
express.co.uk
22.12.2022 / 14:17

Sue Holderness says Harry and Meghan mistaken and insists royals 'aren't remotely racist'

Royal Family.The "profound royalist" spoke passionately about her love for Britain's most well-known family, and insisted none of its members was "remotely racist" as she addressed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's recent Netflix docuseries."I love William and Kate - I don't think Kate's put a foot wrong," she commented.Sue, who is famed for her former role as Marlene Boyce in Only Fools and Horses, added: "I've been lucky enough to meet every single member of the Royal Family.There's nothing remotely racist about [them]."The actress added that she was "gripped" by Meghan and Harry's story, but wouldn't be reading the latter's forthcoming book, Spare, instead planning to check out the newspapers to read the "juicy" excerpts from it.Sue elaborated: "I haven't got enough life left to waste on Harry's book, I'm afraid!"Despite that, she sympathised with him saying she felt "sorry" for him as she believes he is "probably quite unhappy".Meghan and Harry previously stated that an unnamed member of the Royal Family had speculated over what colour her then-unborn son Archie's skin colour might be, causing the couple distress.The statement from the Palace said that "recollections may vary", but during the pair's Netflix documentary, Harry suggested that the family has "unconscious bias" - amid reports the Sussexes would like an apology.She is a fan of the others in the family - and it seems the feeling is mutual, as Buckingham Palace officials are known to have previously requested advance copies of the episodes to be delivered for their viewing pleasure."I'm profoundly royalist - what a wonderful King Charles is going to be! William will back him up [and] it's something to be treasured," she exclaimed.Sue also praised the

Harry and Meghan doc branded 'a waste' by Sabine Getty as she likens clip to 'narcissism' - express - Netflix
express.co.uk
16.12.2022 / 15:31

Harry and Meghan doc branded 'a waste' by Sabine Getty as she likens clip to 'narcissism'

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Netflix documentary today.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex released the last three episodes of their series today in which they discussed their reasoning behind leaving the Royal Family in 2020.The show has certainly been a talking point on social media and has caused many to share their thoughts publicly.Sabine, 38, took to her Instagram Story to share her opinion about what she described as a "snooze fest".In her first post, the socialite took a swipe at the pair as she compared their lifestyle to the late Queen's low-key ways. She wrote: "Glad you found a mansion to match the size of your egos."Elle Macpherson looks better than ever in barely-there bikiniShe also claimed Meghan was alleging that the Palace were jealous of her popularity."What is the Palace? Her in-laws," she added.Sabine then shared a clip of Harry discussing how people didn't like it when the "supporting act" was doing a good job."That upsets people, it shifts the balance," he claimed as articles of Meghan were shown on camera. Laughing, the jewellery designer wrote: "Hahahaha but guys can you make it at least a bit more subtle?"So Meghan was doing a better job than her fil, and... enters footage of Kate...

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Recall Not Being Allowed to See Queen in 2020 Ahead of Royal Exit - www.usmagazine.com - Britain - Canada - city Vancouver, Canada - Netflix
usmagazine.com
15.12.2022 / 18:09

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Recall Not Being Allowed to See Queen in 2020 Ahead of Royal Exit

Refused an audience. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle detailed the days before they announced they were stepping down as senior royals — and said they were denied a meeting with Queen Elizabeth II.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Break Down ‘Cold’ March 2020 Engagement at Westminster Abbey Following Royal Exit: ‘Felt Really Distant’ - www.usmagazine.com - California - Canada - Netflix
usmagazine.com
15.12.2022 / 17:51

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Break Down ‘Cold’ March 2020 Engagement at Westminster Abbey Following Royal Exit: ‘Felt Really Distant’

The aftermath. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recalled their first public engagement with the royal family members after their exit.

Prince Harry ‘Hates’ Himself for Prioritizing His Royal Role Over Meghan Markle Amid Her Depression: ‘I Felt Angry and Ashamed’ - www.usmagazine.com - Netflix
usmagazine.com
15.12.2022 / 17:29

Prince Harry ‘Hates’ Himself for Prioritizing His Royal Role Over Meghan Markle Amid Her Depression: ‘I Felt Angry and Ashamed’

Prince Harry candidly addressed Meghan Markle‘s depression — and revealed why he blamed himself in the aftermath.

Meghan and Harry blast 'small' cottage they were forced to live in during Netflix documentary - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - London - USA - Netflix
dailyrecord.co.uk
15.12.2022 / 16:43

Meghan and Harry blast 'small' cottage they were forced to live in during Netflix documentary

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have blasted the 'small' cottage they were made to live in following their wedding in their highly-anticipated Netflix documentary. The final part of 'Harry & Meghan' was released on Thursday morning with the beginning of the fourth episode focusing on the day of their wedding in 2018.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix Show ‘Harry & Meghan’: Biggest Revelations From Episode 4 - www.usmagazine.com - county Wilson - county Pickett - Netflix
usmagazine.com
15.12.2022 / 15:35

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix Show ‘Harry & Meghan’: Biggest Revelations From Episode 4

Continuing to tell their story. After detailing the early days of their romance and Meghan Markle’s introduction to Prince Harry’s family, Harry & Meghan wasted no time getting into the drama when episode four dropped on Thursday, December 15.

Netflix show claims Royal family used Meghan Markle as scapegoat and 'fed stories to the press' - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Netflix
dailyrecord.co.uk
14.12.2022 / 21:31

Netflix show claims Royal family used Meghan Markle as scapegoat and 'fed stories to the press'

A friend of Meghan Markle's claims she became a 'scapegoat' for Buckingham Palace to prevent stories about other royals reaching the news.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry doc is a 'boring money grab' says US star Bethenny Frankel - express - USA - New York - Netflix
express.co.uk
14.12.2022 / 18:27

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry doc is a 'boring money grab' says US star Bethenny Frankel

Meghan Markle, 41, and Prince Harry, 38, are currently preparing for the long-awaited release of the final three episodes of their Netflix docuseries tomorrow, with the couple appearing to suggest more explosive claims.The Real Housewives of New York City star Bethenny Frankel, 52, has taken to TikTok to unleash her view on the already released episodes, claiming the royal couple are just using the opportunity to "money grab" while also calling the series "boring".The first half of the docuseries saw the couple open up about how they met and they shared intimate details about how their relationship blossomed.Harry and Meghan has so far become Netflix’s biggest documentary ever with more views in its first week than any other on the streaming service.The first three episodes recorded 81.55m viewing hours around the world in the week following its release.However, the Real Housewives star, having watched the first three episodes claimed she found them "boring".She said in a short TikTok video: "I found it a little bit boring. It didn’t hold my attention."I don't really understand the goal, because if it's to take down the monarchy - which are your in-laws - which it seems like is a major goal, don't take the names of this monarchy for your children and don't market the titles."It feels like a smash-and-grab job for money.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Daughter Lili Wears Big Brother Archie’s Hat in Netflix Docuseries - www.usmagazine.com - New Zealand - California - Netflix
usmagazine.com
14.12.2022 / 01:41

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Daughter Lili Wears Big Brother Archie’s Hat in Netflix Docuseries

Sharing is caring! During an episode of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix series, Harry & Meghan, baby Lilibet was shown wearing a cute hat that once belonged to her big brother, Archie.

Fern Britton calls for apology over Harry and Meghan doc ‘Hurt feelings create more drama’ - express
express.co.uk
13.12.2022 / 03:05

Fern Britton calls for apology over Harry and Meghan doc ‘Hurt feelings create more drama’

 Former This Morning host Fern Britton, 65, has shared her thoughts on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new Netflix documentary.The controversial show, entitled Harry & Meghan, has split opinion after releasing its first three episodes.ITV favourite Fern shared a rather cryptic tweet in view of her 127,900 Twitter followers about the series. “Hurt feelings are hard to deal with and hard to recognise,” the star began. “Hurt feelings colour our judgement and create more drama and more hurt feelings. “Everything gets out of control,” Fern pressed on, before suggesting an apology was needed. “If only we could say ‘that hurt me’ and the other person could say ‘I am sorry.’ Just saying. #Meghan&Harry,” she concluded. In the much-anticipated documentary, Meghan and Harry finally offer their own account of the last five years, as they reflect on how “tough” their lives have been due to being stalked by the paparazzi. “When the stakes are this high, doesn't it make more sense to hear the story from us?” Meghan tells Netflix viewers in the trailer.While some people have been sympathetic to the former royals’ plight, others have been left unimpressed by the polarising show. Fern’s followers took to the comments section to share their thoughts, with Kyle writing: “Absolutely agree Fern… Although sometimes we don’t realise how much they hurt until the ’bruises’ come out.”While another user wrote: “How you feel treated determines how you behave and that rubs off on others and can strengthen negative feelings in both parties. “The cycle needs to break otherwise things worsen.

Ulrika Jonsson says Harry and Meghan's doc is 'a step too far' in swipe at financial gain - express - Netflix
express.co.uk
10.12.2022 / 19:39

Ulrika Jonsson says Harry and Meghan's doc is 'a step too far' in swipe at financial gain

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's new Netflix series.The first three episodes dropped on the streaming platform this week and the remaining three will air next week.In what has been shown so far, the couple talk about their life in the Royal Family, press intrusion, racism and their relationship.Prince Harry spoke out about the ‘racist undertones’ and ‘outright racism’ in the press that was directed at his wife.He claimed that the Royal Family didn't understand why Meghan needed to be protected from the media and paparazzi intrusion.He went on to say that the Palace urged them to not to say anything in response to stories written about them.Tina Turner says son Ronnie 'left the world too early' aged 62The Duke of Sussex said: “So, it was almost like a rite of passage, and some of the members of the royal family were like: ‘My wife had to go through that, so why should your girlfriend be treated any differently? Why should you get special treatment? Why should she be protected?’”"I said, ‘The difference here is the race element'."The couple are expected to go more into depth about their time in the Royal Family when the new episodes are released, but Ulrika Jonsson already believes it's "a step too far".Sharing her opinion in her column with The Sun, she said: "Harry and Meghan’s public denouncement and criticism of (mainly) the Royal Family is a step too far, even for a diehard, objective, hard-boiled family expert like me."I guess it’s because they’re not imparting their honesty directly to the people concerned."They’ve instead chosen to take the far more financially beneficial option of speaking their truth to Netflix."If only that was an option for all of us.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are 'a huge loss to royals and Britain' says GMB host - express - Britain
express.co.uk
10.12.2022 / 11:31

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are 'a huge loss to royals and Britain' says GMB host

Harry & Meghan dropped on December 8 with the heavily promoted series set to be explosive. Dubbed an "unprecedented and in-depth documentary series" by Netflix, Good Morning Britain host Adil Ray suggested the docuseries lived up to the hype.The 48-year-old praised the Duke and Duchess of Sussex following the release of the first three episodes which has sparked a divide among celebrities and commentators alike.The broadcaster has since claimed their departure is a "huge loss" for both the Royal Family and Britain.Taking to Twitter on December 8, he penned: "The Harry & Meghan doc series is very, very good.Two smart, compassionate humans who clearly love one another.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix Show ‘Harry & Meghan’: Biggest Revelations From Episode 3 - www.usmagazine.com - Netflix
usmagazine.com
08.12.2022 / 20:07

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix Show ‘Harry & Meghan’: Biggest Revelations From Episode 3

After detailing the early days of their romance in episodes one and two of Harry & Meghan, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle opened up about the drama leading up to and shortly after in the third episode, which started streaming on Thursday, December 8.

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