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Charles 'could bar Sussex children from Royal titles over Harry's book and Netflix show'
King Charles III could rescind the Royal titles bestowed on Sussex children Archie and Lilibet, but it all hinges on the release of Prince Harry's new book.Also factoring in on whether the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's children lose out on their titles is the upcoming Netflix documentary on the family.The Duke of Sussex is said to have signed a four-book deal worth millions with Penguin Random House, with the first in the series a tell-all autobiography about life in the Royal Family.READ MORE: King Charles plots shake-up of Royal Family with bitter snub for Prince Harry But a delay for the book after the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, could mean the children of Harry and Meghan Markle could face a lack of clarity on their titles. The delay to the book leaves the Sussex children's titles up in the air, but royal expert Katie Nicholl believes Charles may stick to his plan of a rumoured, slimmed-down monarchy.Nicholl, writing in Vanity Fair, wrote: "Now that Charles is King, Harry and Meghan’s children automatically become Prince Archie of Sussex and Princess Lilibet of Sussex; however, the Royal Family’s website still has them listed as Master Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor and Miss Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor."Would Charles go as far as barring Archie and Lilibet from becoming a prince and a princess now that the Sussexes are no longer working royals?"According to a source close to the king, it depends a lot on what happens in the coming months, particularly with Harry’s book and their TV show."Archie and Lilibet are currently sixth and seventh in line to the throne respectively, but the Royal Family website has yet to update their status to Prince and Princess.
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ITV viewers spooked as eerie voice heard at Queen's funeral – and some think it's Diana
ITV News' coverage of the Queen's funeral.Conspiracy theories circled on social media when the clip went viral, with some even suggesting it could be the voice of late Princess Diana.The moment was believed to be captured on ITV News as the news crew followed the convoy of the state hearse carrying the Queen's coffin to Windsor Castle.READ MORE: King Charles' heartbreaking comment at Queen's funeral revealed by lip readerAs the footage played, a female voice can be heard whispering in a hushed tone.She says: "The death is irreversible and the fact that she's trapped."Rich, who is believed to be the first to tweet about it, claimed he did not edit the clip and he had taken it straight from the ITV broadcast. "I don't know what she says is supposed to mean, and no it's not Diana," he said."Likely a guest in the studio not realising the microphones were live at the time."The clip has since been viewed a million times, but many viewers still can't make heads or tails of it."I’m obsessed with this, what the hell happened?" one asked.A second wrote: "Diana is that you? That's eerie..."To get more stories from Daily Star delivered straight to your inbox sign up to one of our free newsletters here ."Just rewind it four times and the sound just cut off," a third added and a fourth chimed in: "If you listen, she doesn’t say 'death iirreversible', she says 'THE death is irreversible' (i.e.
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Queen's grief-stricken daughter Princess Anne follows her mum's coffin on final journey
Princess Anne is accompanying her mother on her final journey as she makes her way from Balmoral to Edinburgh.A hearse containing Queen Elizabeth II's oak coffin, draped in the Royal Standard of Scotland, left the summer residence just after 10am this morning (September 11) and is now making its way through Scottish towns and cities including Aberdeen, Tayside and Perth, and is expected to arrive at around 4pm this afternoon.Following just behind the late monarch in the cortege is her beloved daughter Princess Anne who appeared distraught at the tragic loss, accompanied by her husband Admiral Sir Tim Laurence.READ MORE: Queen's coffin seen for first time as final journey from Balmoral beginsAlso in the convoy is Kenneth Mackenzie - the minister of Crathie Kirk, the church the royals attend in Balmoral - and a representative of the Lord chamberlain’s office.The Queen's coffin, now decorated with a single wreath made up of flowers from the Scottish estate, was carried into the hearse by six of the estate’s gamekeepers.Well-wishers in each of the towns she has passed through have stood by to welcome the hearse on its way to Edinburgh, where the coffin will first go to the Queen's official Scottish residence at Holyrood Palace before heading to St Giles' Cathedral for a mini lying in state ceremony.First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, who called the journey "poignant", is set to observe the coffin as it goes past the Scottish parliament, alongside other politicians.The cortege first made its way through the town of Ballater, the village closest to the Balmoral estate where residents considered Her Majesty a neighbour.Elizabeth Alexander, who was born on the day the Queen was crowned in 1953, was one of those in attendance as the