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Prince Harry's 'desperate for approval' as expert warns him to 'stop giving interviews'
Prince Harry should stop giving interviews to American media after showing signs of desperation for approval from his brother Prince William, a royal expert urged.The relationship between the brothers was "strained in the extreme" according to Daily Mirror royal editor, Russell Myers who discussed the ongoing tensions of the princes."We saw at the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, they didn't unfortunately hang out at all," he spoke on Australia's Today Show.READ NEXT: Prince Harry 'very keen' to share military experience with Ukraine in war against Putin"I was at St Paul's Cathedral where I saw Prince Harry sort of straining his neck to try and catch his brother's eye but didn't manage to at all."They didn't spend any time over those four days at all but I think Prince Harry needs to stop giving interviews to American television networks before the two brothers nearly sit down and get back to their best and I imagine that's not gonna happen before long."Harry and wife Meghan Markle flew from California across pond to attend his grandmother's Platinum Jubilee celebrations and attended the Thanksgiving Service at St Paul's Cathedral.The Sussexes, who are no longer working members of the Royal Family, sat metres apart from the Cambridges and Harry showed a sign that he was "desperate for approval from his brother", Russell added.Host Karl Stefanovic commented: "I hadn't realised the fact that probably it was coming from, the shutouts from William, as opposed to Harry."I think we all assumed, considering the bad press around Meghan and Harry, that it's always like them subbing people but actually, Harry is looking for approval from his brother but his brother is shutting the door."For the latest breaking news and stories from
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Prince Harry's bizarre language 'infuriated' Palace during Platinum Jubilee celebrations
Prince Harry's return to the UK during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations has sparked many wild theories from supposed Royal experts.And the latest one comes from Australian TV, where an expert has claimed that his “bizarre language” pre-celebration made Buckingham Palace “absolutely furious”.According to Russell Myers, co-host of Pod Save The Queen podcast and royal editor for the Daily Mirror, the issues stem from an interview Harry gave at the Invictus Games last month.He said, on Australian TV: “Harry was giving an interview just a couple of weeks ago when he was at the Invictus Games.“It was all, sort of, bizarre language, he was there to protect the Queen and these things are not going down too well.“If it (their relationship) is to be repaired, then there needs to be a bit more water under the bridge.“If Harry's looking for some, sort of, piecemeal then he was a long way off that.“The people I speak to, the Palace every day, who are obviously very, very well connected with the top players, as it were - they are still absolutely furious.“You can't go on, you know, international television interview with Oprah Winfrey, complaining about your treatment with the family and then wanting to sit down with them when you're still giving interviews.”The Royal rift continues to rumble on, despite attempts from the Queen to bring the family together during the celebrations. She even sent her own personal Land Rover to pick Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle up from Farnborough Airport to Frogmore Cottage when they arrived in the UK at the start of the month.
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Meghan and Harry stuck in 'mess' after Netflix plan ruined by palace aides - expert
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are stuck in a "mess" with their Netflix projects after it was ruined by palace aides, a royal expert has claimed.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are working on their latest project with the streaming giant but a recent revelation during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee may prevent crucial details being included.Hopes of seeing the pair at the Platinum Jubilee alongside the Royal Family appear to have been dashed, with an expert claiming officials were "absolutely" against the use of images of the event.Palace aides are said to have allegedly stopped the pair and Netflix's camera crew from taking images of the Queen meeting great-granddaughter Lilibet.Royal expert Russell Myers said: "The Queen did get to meet her great granddaughter Lilibet."There was no official photography being placed but the reports were that Harry and Meghan did want their friend Misan Harriman to come and have a picture with the Queen."Of course that would have been a nice family moment but the palace were absolutely adamant that it couldn't take place."You can't blame them because Harry and Meghan are still rumoured to be doing this fly on the wall documentary with Netflix. It's all getting quite messy." Meghan and Harry marked their first appearance together in the UK since 2020 at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, Daily Express reported.
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Harry and Meghan Netflix fears mean 'ring of steel' formed around Queen, expert says
Queen in case Prince Harry and Meghan Markle bring a filming crew with them when they attend the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. After months of speculation, Harry and Meghan have confirmed that they will be flying over from California with their children Archie and Lilibet to celebrate the Queen reaching 70 years on the throne in June.The couple did not announce whether they will be working on the trip, but after Harry was followed by a Netflix crew on a trip to the Hague, some commentators have suggested that royals are worried the couple may pull a “stunt”.Now, speaking to Today Australia, the Daily Mirror’s royal editor Russell Myers noted that any close filming of the Queen for Harry and Meghan’s Netflix deals is unlikely.Despite recent health scares and increasingly common cancellations of public appearances, Russell stressed that the Queen remains the “boss” of the monarchy.“It’s still a sad state of affairs, I do desperately feel for the Queen having to make these sort of decisions at 96 years of age, having given her life to the country, the Commonwealth, indeed the world, and her whole family is imploding around her,” he suggested.And, the royal commentator claimed that this would make it unlikely that the Queen would feature heavily in any documentary project Harry and Meghan might film while visiting the UK for the Jubilee celebrations.“There is an absolute ring of steel around the Queen in terms of her advisors.