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Should Prince Harry cancel the release of his tell-all memoir?
rewrite sections of his forthcoming memoir over fears it will reflect poorly in the wake of the Queen's death - but do you think he should cancel its release?According to one royal expert, the Duke of Sussex wants to edit his bombshell book to avoid causing offence to his estranged family members.In an interview with GB News, Kinsey Schofield said: “He is afraid that he’ll come off insensitive and he’s afraid that there will be backlash if he releases some of these stories right after the death of Queen Elizabeth as his father King Charles is trying to start his reign on a high note.”Harry has vowed that the book will be a "truthful and wholly accurate" account of his life - with the announcement of the novel sending a "tsunami of fear" through royal circles.Penguin Random House has described the memoir as an “honest and captivating personal portrait” of his “lifetime in the public eye from childhood to the present day”.But after viewing the first draft, the publisher asked the Duke to rewrite sections of it, as they regarded the manuscript as “too touchy feely” and too focused on mental health, writes the Mail on Sunday.Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.It is understood that the royal family, as well as their lawyers and advisors, have not read any part of the manuscript. There is currently no publication date for the forthcoming book, but do you think Prince Harry should cancel its release? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. The Daily Star will also be discussing the topic with you below in the comments and you can join in! All you have to do is sign up, submit your comment, register your details and then you can take part.
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Loose Women's Janet Street-Porter warns Prince Harry to delay 'dangerous' memoir
Loose Women star Janet Street-Porter has warned Prince Harry to delay his "dangerous" memoir.The panellist, 75, appeared on Tuesday's episode (September 27) of the ITV daytime programme alongside Ruth Langsford, Coleen Nolan and Linda Robson.During a heated debate regarding whether the Duke of Sussex should censor his memoirs in the wake of his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II's death, Janet shared her strong view.READ MORE: Loose Women's Coleen Nolan gives Kaye Adams racy tip for Strictly successThe journalist pleaded with the former serving royal to not publish his tell-all autobiography this year amid fears of its "dangerous" contents.Citing concern for King Charles III adapting to life as the ruling monarch - as well as to life without both of his parents - Janet asked Harry to "consider the impact" of any bombshell claims the book may lay bare.Janet said: "What I think about Prince Harry is that writing this book now is a very dangerous project because his father has lost both parents in the last year and his father has a new job."Whether he's the King or whatever, he's got a new job."His brother has also got a new job and with that comes an enormous amount of responsibility, and if you care anything for your siblings and your close family who are still alive, you have to consider the impact of what you're going to say."I understand that Harry does feel hurt...
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Meghan and Harry want to return to UK to 'make more Netflix content', claims expert
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want to return to the UK for commercial reasons, a leading expert has claimed. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to California, United States, after stepping back from duties as senior members of the Royal Family.They have only returned to the country together once as part of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations where they attended the National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral.READ MORE: Prince Harry 'sincerely scared' for family's safety on UK return, expert claims But the pair returned once again to the UK on September 5 for the One Young World Summit in Manchester and are set to undertake a series of other engagements including an event for the Invictus Games in Germany.Royal expert Kinsey Schofield claimed to Daily Star that Meghan in particular is especially excited to return to the United Kingdom to be in the spotlight and highlight causes close to her.The ToDiForDaily podcast host explained: “I do think that this trip is something that perhaps Meghan was excited about.”She continued: “I think this is one of those cases where really Meghan is excited about going to the UK because this is her time to shine.”The visit will also see the pair attend the WellChild Awards in London on September 8 where Harry is also set to deliver a speech.
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Meghan and Harry risk provoking 'Queen's wrath' during upcoming UK visit
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry risk provoking the Queen's wrath during an upcoming visit to the UK, according to one royal commentator.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will conduct a number of engagements on this side of the Atlantic early next month.Royal expert Duncan Larcombe says the rare visit will be "incredibly high-profile" and could give the appearance that the couple are "back doing royal jobs".READ MORE: 'Arrogant' Prince Harry and Meghan Markle running out of friends in the Royal FamilyThe pair are "pushing their luck" and could provoke backlash from the royal family, he claims - especially from the Queen herself.Duncan wrote for The Daily Beast: “To the casual observer, especially overseas and even more especially in America, this will look like Harry and Meghan are back doing royal jobs, especially given that one of the gigs Harry is doing is the WellChild awards for sick children, which he always used to do when he actually was a working royal."“It will be incredibly high-profile.”He added: “They will be all over the media, and you won’t be able to put a cigarette paper between what Harry and Meghan are doing and what Will and Kate are doing. It’s a calculated provocation on their part."They are seriously pushing their luck and risking the wrath of the Queen.”Royal expert Kinsey Schofield also claimed the trip may not help the strained royal relations.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spotted for first time after returning to US from Jubilee celebrations
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have arrived back in the United States after flying home early from the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were seen inside a car after landing in their private jet on Sunday evening at Santa Barbara, California (June 6).They reportedly departed for the US earlier in the afternoon with children Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, while the Platinum Jubilee Pageant was underway at Buckingham Palace. More than 30 members of the Royal Family attended BBC’s Platinum Party at the Palace yesterday (June 4) but the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decided not to attend, as they had made separate plans for Lilibet's birthday.It comes after royal expert Kinsey Schofield said the couple may face questions from their children in the future over their relatively light involvement in the weekend's festivities.Their decision to 'step back' from the Royal Family in 2020 means they were not seen on iconic Buckingham Palace balcony at the Trooping the Colour ceremony on Thursday (June 2) but only witnessed in the background after being snapped in the windows.The couple were also seated away from senior royals during the National Service of Thanksgiving for the Queen at St Paul’s Cathedral.Speaking to the Daily Star, Kinsey said: “I believe that one day Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and perhaps their children will feel like they missed out on a huge opportunity“The children will one day have access to information about this historic event and they will see their lack of presence and might disagree with it or be disappointed by it.
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'Hard working' Princess Royal is 'worthy of being considered Queen', says expert
Princess Royal has all the qualities capable of being given the “top job” of the Queen and has a “much better reputation than Prince Charles”, according to a royal expert.Princess Anne is one of the hardest working members of the Royal Family with most years taking the crown for most royal engagements attended. Anne was once again on hand for the Royal Family during the Jubilee as she watched her mother celebrate 70 years on the throne.Charles is the next in the line of succession but one of the Queen’s biggest contributions to the Royal Family was to bring equality.Throughout history, male royals had an advantage with the eldest son always being ahead of a female sibling, no matter their age.Just before the birth of Prince George, the Queen made changes in the Succession to the Crown Act 2013 to remove gender from the equation with succession being decided by birth.Although the changes will play a big part in the future for female royals, it would have had no bearing on Anne being the Queen’s second child.One royal expert believes Anne has demonstrated the qualities that would have made her an “incredible” monarch.Kinsey Schofield, founder of To Di For Daily and the To Di For Daily podcast, believes Anne has a “much better reputation than Prince Charles”.She said: “I certainly think that the Queen changing the line of ascension is a significant change.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's marriage shows 'love' now royals' priority, says expert
Prince Harry’s marriage to former actress Meghan Markle demonstrated a shift in the Royal Family’s priorities, according to a royal expert.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex celebrate their fourth wedding anniversary in what has been an eventful few years for the royals.Since the couple married at the iconic St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle in 2018, they have welcomed two children, Archie and Lilibet.Harry and Meghan also sent shockwaves after leaving their roles as working royals to start a new life in California.Although their marriage and Meghan’s introduction into royal life has been eventful for the Royal Family, one expert believes it shows The Firm have made love a “priority”.Royal expert Kinsey Schofield, founder of To Di For Daily and the To Di For Daily podcast, believes if Harry did find his “soulmate” in Meghan then that is the "biggest win".She told the Daily Star: “No matter how you feel about the couple, Prince Harry obviously found something in Meghan Markle that he felt he was lacking in his life. "I know that it's not a popular opinion, but if Prince Harry has found his soulmate and he loves her then I think that is their biggest win.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.“Let's not forget that Meghan Markle was accepted by the Royal Family and invited into the fold.
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When did Harry and Meghan last see the Queen before secret Windsor trip?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stopped in briefly to see the Queen before making their way to the Netherlands.The two have not seen Her Majesty in person for some time due in part to Harry's decision to take him and his family away from royal life by stepping back from his duties in early 2020.Harry is said to have been concerned about his family's security when returning to the UK and recently caused controversy by not returning to the country for grandfather Prince Philip's memorial service at Westminster Abbey.The event was overshadowed by Harry's absence, in which the senior members of the royals took part, and when the disgraced Prince Andrew led the Queen to her seat.The secret Windsor meeting came as something of a surprise due to Harry's concerns about visiting the UKHarry and Meghan were last with the Queen in person during awkward the Commonwealth Day service on March 8, 2020, before their recent meeting at Windsor.According to a royal expert, the two likely showed the Queen "iPhone videos of grandbabies" and probably did not discuss any topic too serious like 'negotiations or debate', as part of a healing process.Expert, author and host of To Di for Daily podcast Kinsey Schofield said: "It probably involved a lot of iPhone videos of grandbabies and stories of silly sentences and baby interests.
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Inside Meghan and Prince Harry's secret 'catch up' with Queen, according to royal expert
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's secret visit to the Queen was 'an important step in the right direction' but 'doesn't mean reconciliation', according to a royal expert.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shocked onlookers at Windsor Castle on Thursday evening (April 14) when they showed up for a quick face-to-face meeting with the 95-year-old monarch.Palace staff were reportedly taken by surprise too, and it is not yet known whether they had been given advance notice of the visit.Harry and Meghan dropped by at the official residence while on their way to the Invictus Games in the Netherlands, the Paralympic-style event he set up for wounded service personnel.Royal author and host of the To Di for Daily podcast Kinsey Schofield, who's upcoming Princess Diana book R is for Revenge Dress is out on November 15, was doubtful that they "went into heavy negotiations or debate" with it more likely a "simple and friendly courtesy visit".She told the Daily Star: "It probably involved a lot of iPhone videos of grandbabies and stories of silly sentences and baby interests. No big reveal of Harry and Meghan’s future plans or requests to contribute to the family, just a sweet catch up."Ms Scofield went on to describe the meeting as an "important and sacred step" for Harry and his grandmother, adding: "I don’t think a reconciliation will be immediate but I certainly think that it’s a step in the right direction."Reflecting on the significance of the meeting, she said: "This was a much needed visit between Prince Harry, Meghan, and the Queen.
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Mardi Gras float shows Prince Harry in toilet and brands Meghan Markle 'Windsor Whiner'
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been depicted on one of the iconic Mardi Gras floats in New Orleans, with the Duke Of Sussex's head coming out of a toilet.The float, dubbed the Royal Throne, is headed by Harry’s head on top of a toilet along with toilet roll with the words “Morning Flush” and “Daily Pail”.Meghan is also featured on one side of the float, carrying a suitcase with stickers of a Canadian maple leaf, the words USA and the flag of Great Britain.The Duchess of Sussex is also wearing a sash which reads “Windsor Whiner” as she is depicted pulling a disgruntled face.A number of royals are depicted on the float including the Queen who is pictured in the middle on the toilet reading a newspaper about Harry and Meghan.There also appears to be a Prince Charles depicted next to Meghan with a speech bubble saying “find your Camilla' with the future Queen Consort standing behind him.There also appears to be another grey-haired figure peeking out from behind a bathroom stall.Images from last night's Mardi Gras parade were posted on Twitter by royal commenter Kinsey Schofield, who is founder of ToDiForDaily.com.Kinsey, who used to work as a news anchor in New Orleans, said the float was created by a satirical group called Le Krewe d'Etat.She told the Daily Star: “The team at Le Krewe d'Etat have a wonderful sense of humour and are known for their satirical float themes. Additionally, New Orleans is a town that celebrates tradition and prides themselves on respect.“They are very kind and sweet but I am not surprised that they would use this opportunity to poke fun at the most famous complainers in the world.
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Gary Lineker mocks Prince Andrew for '£12m' Virginia Giuffre payment with sarcastic tweet
Gary Lineker has brutally mocked Prince Andrew with a sarcastic tweet following the announcement that the Duke of York has reached an out of court settlement with claimant Virginia Giuffre.Ms Giuffre, 38, has accused the Duke of sexually assaulting her on three occasions when she was 17 - though the Prince has repeatedly rebuked these allegationsBut despite demanding a trial by jury to clear his name, Andrew performed a drastic u-turn on Tuesday to reach a 'settlement in principle' with Ms Giuffre, thought to be in the region of £12million.In an exclusive interview with The Daily Star, royal expert Kinsey Schofield revealed the out of court agreement to be "the best possible outcome for the royal family brand."But that hasn't stopped Match of the Day host Lineker from having a sly dig at the Duke on Twitter.Lineker wrote: "Reports that Palace have spent as much as £12m on Giuffre." "I’m not sure it’s enough to avoid going down," quipped the former Barcelona and Tottenham forward.It's also not the first time Lineker has tweeted about the Prince's dealings with Ms Giuffre.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's it, job done.
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William and Charles 'hostile' over Andrew's 'devastating' jury request, claims expert
Prince Andrew to demand a trial by jury against Virginia Giuffre last night has reportedly made princes William and Charles “especially hostile” towards the request, an expert has claimed.The Duke of York has decided to seek to defend the civil sex case brought by Ms Giuffre, according to a legal document filed in the US.The court documents filed in New York yesterday showed that Andrew has denied all of the allegations against him and "hereby demands a trial by jury on all causes of action asserted in the complaint".And royal expert Kinsey Schofield, founder of To Di For Daily, claimed to Nicki Swift that the two princes “will be especially hostile about Prince Andrew's request for a jury trial”.She said: “They are doing everything in their power to control the royal family brand which has had a turbulent couple of years.“Prince Andrew is likely arguing his innocence to the Queen, which would justify such a severe response by his legal team.“However, statistically, people that consume information over the internet remember accusations made much more often than they remember the outcome or the truth.“With that being the case, Prince Andrew's accuser could make numerous salacious statements which will result in negative headlines all over the world.“This could crush the new structure and stability that Prince Charles and Prince William have been working hard to establish.“This is a devastating outcome for the royal family.”In the court documents, Andrew says the lawsuit should be dismissed as he believes the New York court “lacks subject matter jurisdiction” due to his accuser Ms Giuffre being “a permanent resident of Australia and not a domiciliary of Colorado”.Ms Giuffre accuses the Duke of York, of sexual assault on
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