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Princess Charlotte Is Reportedly Getting a New Title That’s a ‘Fitting’ Tribute to Queen Elizabeth
, whom she affectionately knew as “Gan-Gan.” Royal watchers noted the physical similarities between the pair, but now their connection will reportedly be strengthened in a surprising, and meaningful, manner. King Charles III is said to be planning to bestow one of the Queen's titles, the Duchess of Edinburgh, upon his granddaughter as a “fitting” tribute to his late mother. The title—one of the most senior within the Royal Family—also reflects Charlotte's senior position as third-in-line to the throne, behind her father Prince William and , nine. The then Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince George, Prince William, and Princess Charlotte at the Platinum Jubilee.Though it was expected that the Earl of Wessex would inherit the title after the death of his father Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, the King has not bestowed it upon anyone, and rumor has it that he has kept the title for his granddaughter. A source told the , “It would be a fitting way to remember the Queen—who, of course, had the title Duchess of Edinburgh—and a way for His Majesty to honor the line of succession.”Prince Edward, Earl of WessexFrom her marriage until her accession, the late Queen was styled Her Royal Highness The Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh.
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Netflix's The Crown slammed as 'crude and cruel sensationalism' by Judi Dench
Netflix users are eagerly anticipating the return of The Crown, which is releasing its fifth series on November 9.The hit TV series, which has been portraying Queen Elizabeth's reign from 1952, is set to delve into King Charles and Princess Diana's split and John Major's time as Prime Minister.With the show's release date just two months after the death of the Queen, Judi Dench, 81, has hit out at Netflix for blurring "the lines between historical accuracy and crude sensationalism". READ MORE: The Crown labelled a ‘barrel-load of nonsense’ and ‘malicious fiction’ by John Major Dench penned a letter to The Times of London to share her protests against the show, admitting she fears that the series, which is quickly catching up to present day, will confuse the viewers into believing the dramatic depiction to be "wholly true".In the statement, the Oscar winner particularly disagreed with reports that the show will portray then Prince Charles plotting against his mother to take the crown, branding it "both cruelly unjust to the individuals and damaging to the institution they represent".Dench wrote: "No one is a greater believer in artistic freedom than I, but this cannot go unchallenged."Despite this week stating publicly that The Crown has always been a “fictionalised drama” the programme makers have resisted all calls for them to carry a disclaimer at the start of each episode."She added: "The time has come for Netflix to reconsider — for the sake of a family and a nation so recently bereaved, as a mark of respect to a sovereign who served her people so dutifully for 70 years, and to preserve its reputation in the eyes of its British subscribers."The star's letter was in response to John Major's comments against the
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Judi Dench Calls for ‘The Crown’ to Use a ‘Fictionalized Drama’ Disclaimer
Judi Dench wrote in an open letter published Wednesday in of London that  ought to have a «fictionalised drama» disclaimer before the start of every episode as the series inches closer «to our present times.»The 87-year-old actress said that «no one is a greater believer in artistic freedom» than her but «this cannot go unchallenged.» She insists that «the closer the drama comes to our present times, the more freely it seems willing to blur the lines between historical accuracy and crude sensationalism.»Dench — who portrayed Queen Victoria in the 1997 film and 2017's, as well as Queen Elizabeth in 1998's — also wrote that «while many will recognise for the brilliant but fictionalized account of events that it is, I fear that a significant number of viewers, particularly overseas, may take its version of history as being wholly true.»She added that the «sensationalism» — that King Charles «plotted for his mother to abdicate, for example, or once suggested his mother’s parenting was so deficient that she might have deserved a jail sentence» -- is «cruelly unjust to the individuals and damaging to the institution they represent.» Dench was referring to former U.K. Prime Minister John Major (1990-1997), who responded over the weekend to rumors in the U.K. media that one of the plotlines in season 5 includes Prince Charles suggesting in 1991 he wanted Major's support to dethrone his mother.
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King Charles hires law professor as he prepares to wield axe to monarchy
King Charles III has reportedly hired a law professor as part of his new team to streamline the Royal Family.Charles is said to have hired Dr John Sorabji, a law lecturer at University College London (UCL) and former barrister at Nine St John Chambers, who is reported to be playing a supporting role to the King's private secretary, Sir Clive Alderton, the Daily Mirror reports.According to one source, Dr Sorabji was a "super smart" man and would become a key aspect in "building and strengthening" the King's court.READ MORE: Prince Harry faces tense reunion with royals as 'King will choose Camilla' over sonSources previously claimed that Charles has been preparing for his reign as King for a while now and has taken aim at slimming down the monarchy as a key project.While Charles is focused on his shake-up of the Royal Family, Queen Consort Camilla has plans of her own.A couple of the ladies-in-waiting were to retire following the death of Queen Elizabeth, as they are in their 80s as its predicted that Camilla will get rid of the role of ladies-in-waiting completely.Camilla will look to do away with the long-standing tradition as she aims to modernise the monarchy.Marlene Koenig, a historian who has studied the Royal Family for several years, said: "There are some positions that may no longer be filled.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here."You wonder if the women, especially Queen Camilla, will use ladies-in-waiting as the Queen did.
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Royals share update on Queen’s ‘favourite pony’ with new photo after funeral goodbye
READ MORE: Prince Andrew ex Fergie gives update on Queen's corgis now they are living with the pairNow a brand new photo of Emma has been shared by the Palace.In a tweet, the Royal Family said: "For the past fifteen years, Queen Elizabeth regularly rode Emma for light exercise in the grounds around Windsor Castle.""Emma paid tribute to Her Majesty during the Ceremonial Procession in Windsor on Monday, September 19. She will continue to be much-loved and cared for at the Royal Mews, Windsor, and regularly exercised by its small, dedicated team."Emma - full name Carltonlima Emma - was bred at the Murthwaite Stud Farm in Cumbria and was just eight when the Queen first started riding her.Emma's breeder once described the horse, who was bought by the Queen in 2004, as "a wonderful servant to Her Majesty" who she would ride around Windsor Castle well into her twilight years.Pendry said: "The Queen adored Emma and rode her for more than 20 years so it was only right she should have been there, and she behaved impeccably."I think she probably had some sort of sixth sense that Her Majesty wouldn't be riding her anymore and she did her proud by standing there so respectfully."The Queen's passion for horse-riding was well known and is thought to have been sparked by her grandfather King George V when he gifted her a Shetland pony called Peggy.
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