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Denise Welch reignites fiery feud with Piers Morgan as she furiously defends Meghan Markle
Denise Welch, 64, has furiously lashed out at Piers Morgan, 57, as she defended Meghan Markle, 41, from his attacks.The Loose Women star took to Twitter to denounce Piers after he claimed Prince Harry should “rein in” his wife.In the article, Piers wrote: “What part of Harry’s treatment of his father in the past few years has shown any of these things?“Instead, he’s shown Charles withering accusatory contempt, and allowed his wife to constantly trash his family and everything they represent, in a way that has attracted endless negative global headlines.”The title of the opinion piece read: “Prince Harry should dump his salacious tell-all and rein in Meghan Markle if he wants to honour King Charles, writes Piers Morgan.”Loose Woman Denise shared a tweet by Sky News Australia that linked to Piers’ new column for the New York Post, featuring the same headline.Denise furiously penned: “‘Rein in’????? F*** off you disgusting people @SkyNewsAust”The TV star also took aim at Piers in separate posts shared in view of her 534,000 followers.She retweeted a post by journalist Molly Jong-Fast that featured a screenshot of Piers’ column, with Molly adding: “Omg shut up shut up shut up shut up shut up shut up shut up shut up shut up.”Denise later shared a tweet by Twitter user CHIMPSINSOCKS that read: “I’ve never seen this before.“People like Piers Morgan and Angela Levin are so clearly hateful, resentful bullies.“I can only imagine what it must be like losing your mum in such a hideous way directly because of the media attention and then watching your wife go through it too.”The string of tweets reposted today marks Denise’s most recent clash with Piers’ views on Meghan Markle.Earlier this year, Denise took to social media to call
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Speculation Harry and Meghan 'want to renew vows' and have 'second honeymoon'
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's rumoured plans to renew their wedding vows in America in front of Netflix cameras has not gone down well with some critics.The controversial Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who were married on May 29 four years ago, are rumoured to be looking to hold a new vow ceremony later this year.According to Heat magazine, they want to hold a “woke ceremony” and are “looking at various venues and figuring out the type of ceremony they want, as well as how many guests to invite”.READ MORE: Piers Morgan told to 'move on' as he slams Harry and Meghan's charity appearanceThe source told them: “Meghan’s mum Doria will be on the list, but she’ll be the only family member.“Then there will be a handful of their close US friends – like Katherine and David [Foster], Janina [Gavankar], possibly Priyanka and Nick Jonas – but, obviously, it’ll all depend on their schedules.“There’ll be roles for the kids and they’ll write their own vows.“The grand plan is to turn it into a big family vacation that will also serve as a second honeymoon.“Harry will always respect and have a special affinity towards the country of his birth, and both he and Meghan treasure the memory of their UK wedding, despite the dramas that ended up overshadowing it.“But putting down roots and showing a commitment to Harry’s current place of residence and where their children will be raised is something that’s important to both of them.”But this news did not go down well with royal biographer and journalist Angela Levin.She tweeted: “It surely can't be true that Harry and Meghan want to renew their wedding vows, but this time in USA.“'It will be a second honeymoon too, I'm told.“I am sure Netflix will love it but I wonder how many family members
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The Crown series 5 will be 'very painful' for Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla
READ MORE: 'Homesick' Harry missing English life as ‘California honeymoon period over’ - expert Angela Levin, esteemed author of biographies on several remembers of the Royal Family, including her upcoming project, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: From Outcast to Future Queen Consort, reflected on the series.The royal expert said that the upcoming season will focus heavily on the continued breakdown of the marriage between Prince Charles and Princess Diana and the role Camilla Parker Bowles (now The Duchess Of Cornwall) played.She commented: “A lot of the weekly show is, I’m told, about Diana and right up to her death, and we'll obviously be blaming Camilla because the last one [Series 4] was very unkind about her.”Storylines that haven’t been shown in the series so far include The Queen’s 1992 “Annus horribilis” which pertained to several catastrophic events for Her Majesty, The Queen.Potential topics include the publication of controversial photographs concerning Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, the divorce of Princess Anne, The Princess Royal from Captain Mark Phillips, several controversies regarding the late Princess of Wales and the fire at Windsor Castle. When asked if the Royal family are fearful or cautious about the effect of the hit Netflix series, Angela replied in the affirmative.
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Prince Harry and William set for 'stressful' reunion at Queen' Jubilee says royal expert
Princes William, 39, and Harry, 37, are set for a "stressful" reunion at Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee celebration.According to royal author Angela Levin, the monumental occasion, which sees the Queen celebrate 70 years on the British throne, will be a very "frosty" encounter.Angela told Daily Mail: "I think the St Paul's service is going to be very stressful for the royals, especially for William and Catherine, who feel they have badly let down the Royal Family."It will be just as frosty as the Commonwealth Service in 2020. The brothers will look serious and I suspect Meghan's Hollywood smile will be fixed." The expert says the situation has been made worse by the news Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, 40, maybe bringing a Netflix film crew along with them as part of the docuseries they are creating for the streaming giant.She explained: "Netflix could insist on them being there – and they are now probably not in a position to say no because they might get dropped completely."Queen Elizabeth, 96, celebrates her Platinum Jubilee with a number of events and week-long activities planned in her honour.It is expected the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will return to the UK for these events along with their children Archie, three, and Lilibet, 11 months.
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Harry's 'ludicrous' parenting of Lilibet and Archie criticised by royal expert
Prince Harry’s comments about the safety of the internet have been criticised by a royal expert, who observed that Archie and Lilibet won’t old enough to access social media for some time.The prince recently attended a webinar hosted by youth charity 5Rights Foundation, where he reiterated his stance on the dangers of online harm for young people.The Duke of Sussex expressed a concern that his “two little ones” will “never have to experience the internet as it exists now” and called for a safer digital environment.However, speaking to Talk TV, royal expert Angela Levin picked apart the Duke’s comments and suggested that the young age of Archie and Lilibet meant this was a largely hypothetical scenario.“If one is three and the other is nearly one, they’re not going to be on the internet for some time yet,” she suggested.“And by the time they become teenagers, I don’t think the online stuff is going to be anywhere like what it is [now], and they won’t want to do it because it will be stale and old.“So it’s a ludicrous thing to start preparing a child at the age of nearly one, they’re just not ready for it.”Angela also criticised Harry’s suggestion that it is the job of people making money on the internet to “keep us scrolling".“He’s making an awful lot of money out of Spotify and Netflix and not doing very much for it, so I think it’s pot calling the kettle black,” she observed.Meghan Markle was recently dealt a setback when her original animated series Pearl was scrapped amid huge cuts made by the streaming giant.
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Prince Harry breaks silence on meeting with Queen as he says it was 'great to see her'
Prince Harry has commented for the first time on his visit to the Queen before his Invictus Games. The Duke of Sussex, who was joined by wife Meghan Markle when he met his grandmother last week said it was "great to see her".During their catch up, the monarch shared her backing for British veterans competing in the Netherlands over the weekend, Harry revealed.He said: "She had plenty of messages for Team UK which I've already passed on..."So, it was great to see her and I'm sure she would love to be here if she could."Harry and Meghan were last with the Queen in person during the Commonwealth Day service on March 8, 2020, before their recent meeting at Windsor.Before their appearance at Windsor on Thursday, April 14, Harry is thought to have not been in the UK since July 2021, while Meghan hasn't been in the country since 2020.Harry was present at the funeral of Prince Philip on April 17 and also unveiled a statue of his mother Princess Diana alongside his brother Prince William in July last year.Senior royal sources have described the meetings as “incredibly warm and good natured” and “very cordial”.The Duke and Duchess told Her Majesty their plan to return so the Queen can spend time with 11-month-old Lilibet and Archie.Royal Family expert Angela Levin told Good Morning Britain viewers on Friday she believed the Sussexes will hope the visit improves their position ahead of the Invictus Games and their Netflix series.Presenter Adil Ray was hosting the instalment with Kate Garraway and asked Angela if it was a "good thing" that the Sussexes had visited the Queen.Angela said: "I'm not sure that it is, I think you have to be very careful not to jump to conclusions.
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GMB's Adil Ray brands expert 'nasty and cynical' as tense Meghan and Harry row escalates
Good Morning Britain host Adil Ray questioned a Royal expert as she slammed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after it was announced they'd made a surprise visit to the UK. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to have held "top secret" talks with the Queen and Prince Charles at Windsor Castle on Thursday April 14.It has been reported that Prince Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, stopped off in London while en rout to the Invictus Games in Holland.Host's Adil and Kate Garraway welcomed Royal biographers Angela Levin and Ingrid Seward to discuss the shock trip on Friday's show.Angela seemed to believe that Harry and Meghan could have been reprimanded for not showing up to Prince Philip's memorial service as she branded the pair "unkind and untruthful".This prompted Adil to hit back asking the expert why people were being still so "nasty and cynical" about Harry and Meghan?The GMB host argued: "Moments like this happen, often when someone is unwell or there is funeral, it brings families together."Look, every family operates like this, why are we so cynical and nasty about Harry and Meghan?" In response, Angela commented: "I'm not cynical."Did 15 million people hear that you were behaving badly or that one of your relatives were hurt badly, no."Interjecting, Adil barked: "But you go onto Facebook Angela, people share all kinds of dirty washing about their relatives and family on there."That's their media broadcasting, thats their platform and people do it all of the time." Debating Adil's points, the Royal biographer said: "But also the Queen has needed them for quite a long time and it's taken them quite a long time to realise that.
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