In the lead up to the coronation, King Charles has approved a slew of new royal titles including some for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's two children.
In the lead up to the coronation, King Charles has approved a slew of new royal titles including some for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's two children.
Prince Harry is facing a court showdown over his US visa application, following revelations about drug use in his memoir Spare.The Duke of Sussex has previously detailed his past experiences with drugs, and these admissions in his book could now cause him some trouble.This week, Harry's name is at the heart of a court case regarding efforts by the US Government to keep his immigration records private. Harry recently said during the Invictus One Year To Go Event that he has thought about becoming a US citizen - but this could be at risk if the judge decides against him in the court case happening in Washington this Friday, 23 February. A US think-tank group is petitioning for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to publish Harry's immigration records to find out whether he admitted to his drug use when he entered the US in 2020.
Montecito, California, with his wife, Meghan Markle, and their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.The Duke of Sussex, 39, and his family moved across the pond from his hometown of London in January 2020 after taking a step back as senior members of the Firm.According to author Tom Quinn, Harry is “very bored” in the city of palm trees and Tinseltown, and even “misses being a working royal.”“Being a royal is the only thing he is trained to do,” the “Queen Mary to Meghan Markle” writer told the Mirror recently.“He knows that to retain his value and the interest of the world he is better off not being a retired royal so offering to come back to help out at least reminds the world who and what he is,” he went on.The Invictus Games founder has been considering taking more frequent trips back to the United Kingdom as his father, King Charles, undergoes treatment for cancer. Earlier this month, Harry flew back to his home soil for a quick trip to visit Charles, 75, once news of his cancer went global.“Harry was apparently visibly shocked and upset when he heard that his father had cancer.
The Duke of Sussex, 39, recently revealed if he would ever apply for US citizenship as he currently lives in Montecito, California, with his wife, Meghan Markle, 42, and their two children, Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2.However, there has been some concern over whether or not he would be able to keep his royal titles if he makes that change. According to the US Citizen and Immigration Services policy, the prince would not be able to keep his status as a royal.“Any applicant who has any titles of heredity or positions of nobility in any foreign state must renounce the title or the position,” the law states.
Prince Philip would have been upset in the afterlife, after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decided to deviate from a 64 year old Royal naming tradition for their children, says a Royal commentator.Their kids, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, had been known by the last name of Mountbatten-Windsor.This surname was given to male-line descendants of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, as established by the Privy Council in 1960. But now, their little ones will be called Sussex.
Princess Lilibet, 2, and Prince Archie, 4, to meet the sickly monarch in England, one royal expert is asserting. The king’s shock cancer diagnosis was revealed earlier this month — with the Duke of Sussex jetting to the UK to reunite with his estranged father.
Prince Harry might take his two children, Princess Lilibet and Prince Archie, to see King Charles following his recent cancer diagnosis, it has been speculated. King Charles was diagnosed with cancer after a “separate issue of concern was noted” and was investigated while he was being treated for his benign enlarged prostate earlier this month.
Prince Harry has shared a rare insight into his family life in the US with wife Meghan Markle and their two children.The Duke of Sussex shared an update on the couple's two children, Archie and Lilibet, during an interview on Good Morning America. Harry, 39, was interviewed by host Will Reeve, with the pair discussing everything from King Charles' cancer diagnosis to whether Harry will one day become a US citizen. He also spoke about his life in California, and sweetly said he is "very grateful" to be a father to son Archie, four, and two year old daughter Lilibet.
In a surprising move, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have started calling their kids, Archie and Lilibet, by their new names on their fresh website, Sussex.com. Both children have adopted the surname Sussex following their grandad King Charles III's Coronation, and this change is reflected on their revamped website - much like how Harry was known as Captain Wales during his army days. Before, the Royal Family used the last name Mountbatten-Windsor for 64 years, but now it's changed, reports Mirror Online.
kids Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2, in a new interview with Good Morning America released on Friday.The Invictus Games founder was asked about what he is like as a father, to which he joked: “I can’t tell you. That’s classified. It’s top secret!”“No, the kids are doing great,” he quipped.
Prince Harry felt uncomfortable during his fleeting visit back to the UK to see his sick father King Charles.
Prince Harry has opened up about King Charles' cancer for the first time and expressed how thankful he was to have been able to visit his father in the UK during a touching interview.The Duke of Sussex also hinted that this tough time might lead to a reunion with the Royal Family.The interview took place on Thursday, 15 February just after Harry had an exciting ride on a bobsled at the place where the Invictus Games will happen next year, reports Mirror Online. While he discussed the Invictus Games, life with Meghan and whether he would become an American citizen, he also spoke openly about his father with Good Morning America.
Prince Harry is set to discuss his father's health in a US television interview. It will be Harry's first interview since King Charles postponed all public duties after announcing he had cancer.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle broke cover for a Valentine's Day outing as they hit the slopes for some skiing on the first day of their Canada trip.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are visiting the Whistler ski resort in British Columbia for a special event marking the one-year countdown to the Invictus Games, which will take place in Canada next year.The couple were all smiles as they arrived hand-in-hand before opting to try some skiing, with Harry, 39, trying out one of the competitor's sit-skis. For the occasion, Meghan, 42, donned a pair of stylish skinny white jeans, a cream jumper, and a beige quilted coat.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly made the decision to change their children's surnames to Sussex, which coincides with the relaunch of the couple's website. Rather than being known as the Mountbatten-Windsors, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet have been known as Archie Sussex and Lilibet Sussex since the Coronation, as reported in The Times.
The Duchess of Sussex famously received her big break when she starred as Rachel Zane in the hit legal series Suits - something which she has now addressed on her and Prince's Harry's brand new website. Despite it being rumoured that Meghan is in "advanced talks" to make a return to the silver screen, her focus appears to be in another direction as the recent low-profile launch of Sussex.com suggests the Duchess has her sights set on new endeavours.
King Charles waited more than 70 years to ascend the throne, a record in the Royal Family. But after just 15 months as monarch, he’s been dealt a devastating blow following his shock cancer diagnosis - forcing him to step back from public duties.
Prince Harry is reportedly planning to return to the UK soon for the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games, after a brief visit following the news of King Charles' cancer diagnosis. The Duke of Sussex, 39, made a quick trip back to London on Tuesday, 6 February.
Prince Harry is on good terms with his father, King Charles, after they reunited for the first time since the Coronation last May – according to a body language expert.The Duke of Sussex recently touched down in the UK for a brief visit, after learning of the monarch's cancer diagnosis. Despite only spending 26 hours in London before flying back to Los Angeles to be with his wife, Meghan Markle, and their two children, Prince Archie, four, and Princess Lilibet, two, Judi James has hinted that Harry's body language suggested a positive reunion with the King.
Meghan Markle has been spotted beaming as she's broken cover for the first time since the news of King Charles' cancer diagnosis. Prince Harry raised back to the UK this week from LA to be with his father, who is receiving treatment for an unspecified treatment, to have an intimate 45-minute chat with the King at Clarence House.
Prince Harry has been pictured for the first time since landing back in the UK after his father, King Charles' cancer diagnosis.The Duke of Sussex appears to have arrived at Clarence House after travelling from the US to see the King.Two black SUVs, which were seen leaving Heathrow Airport’s VIP Windsor Suite earlier this afternoon, were pictured arriving at the royal residence at around 2.42pm. Harry is said to have been personally informed of his father's health condition by the King himself, and jumped on a plane from the US where he lives with wife Meghan Markle just hours after receiving the news. Prince Harry will reunite with his father, King Charles, after months of being apart.
Prince Harry met up with his father, King Charles, on Tuesday, 6 February, after making a hasty return to the UK following the Monarch's shock cancer diagnosis. But whilst many might have expected the Royal reunion - after Harry and Charles spent nine months apart - to last at least a couple of hours, it's said to have been for around just 45 minutes.
Prince Harry briefly met with his father, King Charles, on Tuesday, following the monarch’s shock cancer diagnosis. Harry is said to have been personally informed of his father's health condition by the King himself, and jumped on a plane from the US, where he lives with wife Meghan Markle , just hours after receiving the news.
Prince Harry would have "gladly accepted" a reunion with his brother William on his brief visit home to London, it has been claimed.The Duke of Sussex touched down in the UK on Tuesday, February 7 to see his father, King Charles, following his shock cancer diagnosis. Harry has made the trip to the UK alone, with wife Meghan Markle remaining in the US with their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.
Meghan Markle has been pictured beaming as she drove around California in a luxury vehicle, after her husband, Prince Harry, returned to the US just 25 hours on from landing in the UK. The Duke of Sussex, 39, flew back to the UK on Tuesday, 6 February, after being informed of his father, King Charles' cancer diagnosis by the King himself.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made headlines back in 2020 when they announced they would be leaving the Firm and their royal duties to start a new life in California.
A nanny who was hired to look after Prince Archie by Harry and Meghan said she had a "surprising" first meeting with the couple before she started duties.
told the Mirror on Saturday, “The King and the Princess of Wales have received support from Prince Harry and Meghan regarding their health. The Duke and Duchess contacted both parties in different ways to express their concern and best wishes.”The Post has contacted reps for Harry and Meghan, as well as Buckingham and Kensington Palace, for comment.
Prince Harry received a special honor when he was inducted into the Living Legends of Aviation. However, he did so without wife Meghan Markle by his side, and sources are revealing why.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have given their support to King Charles, and Kate Middleton after they both revealed they were in need of hospital treatment this week. According to The Mirror, a source revealed that “The King and the Princess of Wales have received support from Prince Harry and Meghan regarding their health.The Duke and Duchess contacted both parties in different ways to pass on their concern and best wishes.” The move is widely considered by many to be an olive branch from the Prince and his wife, and comes two months on since Charles, 75, and Kate, 42, were publicly named in an alleged race row over the skin colour of Harry and Meghan’s eldest child, Prince Archie, four.
king of all scandals.Piers Morgan believes he’s helped extinguish the flames of controversy that nearly engulfed the royal family after revealing that King Charles III and Catherine, Princess of Wales, née Kate Middleton, allegedly made racist remarks in regards to Prince Archie’s skin color. “When I found out who the names were, I laughed out loud,” Post columnist Morgan, 58, told The Post.
There was no bad blood between Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and Queen Elizabeth II — despite the recent “smear campaign,” insist inside sources.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a new feathered friend in their coop!
The late Queen Elizabeth was reportedly furious after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle publicly claimed the monarch had given her blessing to name their daughter Lilibet, a new book sensationally reveals. Robert Hardman's new biography, Charles III: New King, New Court.The Inside Story, serialised in the Daily Mail, reveals that one member of staff said that Queen Elizabeth was "as angry as I'd ever seen her" after the Sussexes' comments following Lilibet's birth in June 2021.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have given us a sneak peek into their sprawling garden at their home in Montecito, California.The couple, who moved to the US in 2020, live in a stunning £23.6 million ($30 million) mansion with famous neighbours like Ellen DeGeneres, Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry.Their garden is a dream for their little ones, Prince Archie, four, and Princess Lilibet, two, with a never-ending lawn seen in their Netflix docu-series. We also got to see a cute moment of Harry playing with Archie on his shoulders, alongside Meghan's mum Doria Ragland and their dog Pula, reports Mirror Online.
Prince Harry has been accused in the past of being the one responsible for his children's non-existent relationship with their grandfather but experts claim King Charles could actually be the one at fault.
Prince Harry has been left at the brunt end of a "sad state" after his relationship with his dad King Charles continues to break down and the monarch is "not seeing his grandchildren", according to an expert.
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