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Royals 'not obliged' to wish Meghan happy birthday but 'don't want to make it worse'
Royal Family will be wishing Meghan Markle a happy birthday "through gritted teeth" a royal expert has claimed.Meghan Markle, who turns 41 on August 4, usually receives a round of birthday messages on social media from family and fans alike.But last year's celebrations were done with less than favourable results, one royal expert has claimed, where several members of The Firm were said to have sent birthday messages to avoid further public fallout for the family.READ MORE: Princess Eugenie showed Meghan Markle birthday support with thoughtful gift after MegxitMembers of the Royal Family including Prince Charles, Kate Middleton and Prince William are alleged to have not wanted to make the situation "worse" and sent out messages of birthday support.Royal expert Phil Dampier spoke of the "gritted teeth" mentality of the Royal Family at the time, saying that the family were "not obliged" to offer birthday wishes.Dampier said: "I think it is likely they will send a public message through gritted teeth."I think Charles, the Queen, and William and Kate don’t want to make the situation worse by having a public slanging match with them, but privately I think they are very upset by how things have turned out."Meghan's birthday last year was mired by a number of public comments made during an interview with Oprah Winfrey where the Duchess of Sussex sent shockwaves to the Royal Family.But it would appear that while the family aren't "obliged to give her messages on her birthday" they did so as "they don't want to make it worse," Dampier said.This year Meghan is expected to celebrate her birthday this Thursday with Prince Harry and their children, Archie and Lilibet, at their California home following last years focused around her
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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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Piers Morgan slams 'spoiled brat' Prince Harry for missing Prince Philip memorial
Piers Morgan has hit out at "shameful" Prince Harry who is not attending the memorial service for his late grandfather, Prince Philip.Harry and his wife Meghan Markle will not be attending the event as they are "unable to return to his home" as it is too dangerous for the Sussexes following an incident in July 2021 when the Duke was chased by hoards of paparazzi upon his return to the country.The couple lost their right to protection from the Met Police after stepping down as senior working royals in January 2020.Instead, Harry and Meghan have remained in California with their two children while members of the British Royal Family descend on Westminster Abbey to honour the late Duke of Edinburgh.In a scathing attack, Piers said: "Imagine missing your mentor grandfather's memorial service because you're such a spoiled brat you'd rather sulk in your Californian mansion than be there to support your grandmother? Shameful."A statement released on behalf of Harry read: "A spokesperson for the Sussexes confirms that Prince Harry will not be returning to the UK for the Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Prince Philip on March 29."He does, however, hope to visit the Queen as soon as possible."Members of the extended royal family, including Lady Sarah Chatto, her sons Arthur and Sam, Zenouska Mowatt, Lady Amelia Windsor Helen Taylor, Flora Ogilvy and her brother all joined The Queen, Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex Westminster Abbey.Harry is currently involved in a battle with the Home Office over his right to protection from specialist police officers from The Met, due to his claim to the throne.
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Queen, Charles and William 'operating together' but 'not as equals', says insider
Queen has been sharing more royal duties with Prince Charles and Prince William — but remains firmly in charge, according to a royal expert.Robert Lacey says the 95-year-old monarch has started to delegate some tasks, especially those involving foreign travel, to her son and grandson the over the course of the last year.It comes after a number of personal health scares cropped up shortly after the sad loss of her closest confidant in Prince Philip, who died in April last year.Mr Lacey said Her Majesty's favoured method of communication with the first and second-in-line to the throne was the telephone.The royal historian told People Magazine: "They operate together — not as equals, because the Queen remains in charge — but William is a very active component in the way the monarchy protects itself."Her big calls are likely to have included her announcement on the day of her Platinum Jubilee to grant Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall the title of Queen Consort upon Charles' ascension.Historian Amanda Foreman, author of Queen Victoria's Buckingham Palace, meanwhile said that her 'taking care of business' approach of recent months was a direct result of her hospital stay and illness towards the end of last year.She said: "When you start to think about your own mortality, there's a very strong urge to do housekeeping."The Prince of Wales and Duke of Cambridge have also been said to have been in ever-closer co-operation over their royal briefs in recent times.The pair are reportedly working on a plan to "slim down" the size of the monarchy in the future as "less people means less drama", according to a royal insider.A source speaking to the US magazine said the pair have agreed to “guide each other” in their mission to reform the
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