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Princess Diana 'wouldn't have been a fan' of Meghan Markle, says former friend
A former friend of the late Princess Diana has revealed that she thinks she would not have been a “great fan” of her son Prince Harry ’s wife, Meghan Markle.The comments were made by the Tina Brown, the Princess’ diarist on the 25th anniversary of her tragic death, and suggested that Diana may not be impressed with Megan for “steering Harry in a direction that was not good” for the Prince.Tina then added: “I don't think Diana would have been the great fan of Meghan that Meghan herself might perhaps imagine.” Speaking to the Daily Beast, she did however remark that she thought Diana would also have been “thrilled” by the Duke meeting his wife, as Meghan’s relationship with Harry has made sure “her son was happy.” The biographer also commented that she thought Diana would have been “delighted, supportive and thrilled someone of mixed race was joining the royal family” because Diana as a person was so “inclusive." This isn’t the first time Tina has weighed in on the relationship between the Sussexes and the wider royal family, with her comments surrounding 'Megxit' suggesting that the couple’s decision to emigrate to the US has left the rest of the family “still reeling” and “baffled”. Princess Diana was killed in a car crash on August 31, 1997 at the age of just 36, leaving behind her two sons Prince William, then aged 15, and Prince Harry, 12.
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'Holy terror' Prince William has 'Harry Potter scar' - and other little known facts
Prince William mark his 40th.William's most pivotal life moments have been shared with the public, from the break-up of his parents and the tragic death of his mum Princess Diana, to his marriage to Kate Middleton and becoming a dad himself.Arguably the world's favourite royal, the heir to the throne is known for his grace and unfaltering composure, leading many to liken him to the Queen.But did you know she once reportedly thought the young prince was "out of control"? And his own mum even described the toddler as "a holy terror".As Wills reaches his milestone birthday on Tuesday June 21, we take a look at some of the less-known facts and insider info about our charming future king.Prince William was setting trends from the moment he arrived - being the first future heir to the throne to be born in a hospital.It kicked off a new tradition of Prince Harry and all three of William and Kate's children being born in the Lindo wing of St Mary’s Hospital in London's Paddington.The new royal babies were then shown off to the eager crowds by their proud parents on the steps of the hospital.According to Tina Brown in her book about the royal family, the Queen complained to Prince Philip that toddler William was “out of control."And after returning from a tour of Canada in 1983, Princess Diana herself admitted Wills was turning into “a holy terror — dashing about bumping into tables and lamps, breaking everything in sight.In her book, The Palace Papers, Brown wrote: "At the age of four he allegedly had a habit of “yapping” at his nanny, Barbara Barnes, telling her: “No one tells me what to do! When I am king I will have you punished."One day in the 1990s, the Princess of Wales invited Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, and Christy
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Palace told 'write Prince Harry a cheque to stop his royal tell-all' by author
Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebration today, a Royal expert has claimed the firm should give Prince Harry a 'blank cheque' to stop him from writing his tell-all memoir about the family.Harry and Meghan arrived back in the UK yesterday to take part in the fun, however, tensions since Megxit in 2020 and the Oprah interview a year later have reportedly not cooled entirely.And Royal expert and author Tina Brown has now warned that the main priority of the damaged firm should be for Harry to agree to take his potentially damaging memoir off the table.Speaking in the Times: "Somebody needs to go to Harry and try saying, 'We're going to give you a cheque for whatever fee you've negotiated for the book and, in return, we ask that you don't do it."'Find out everything you need to know about the Platinum Jubilee by clicking hereSince the announcement of the book last year, which has been billed as an 'inspiring, courageous and uplifting story' speculation has been rife about when it will be published and what it will include. Speaking to The Times this year spokeswoman for the publishers, Penguin Random House said it did not yet have a publication date whilst Harry's spokeswoman gave a similar response and another source said there was “some uncertainty” over the book’s publication date.It's thought that the Queen will meet Harry and Meghan and their children later this weekend, as The Queen is yet to meet her great-granddaughter Lilibet, who turns 1 on Saturday.
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Piers Morgan reacts to claim lunch invitation with Kate Middleton 'got lost in the post'
Piers Morgan, 57, has invited the Royals to eat lunch with him after the Piers Morgan Uncensored Twitter account joked that his own invitation from the Duchess of Cambridge, 40, must be “lost in the post”. His invite comes after he sat down with The Diana Chronicles author Tina Brown, 68, and spoke about his relationship with the Royal Family. Piers took to Twitter this afternoon to address the Royal Family directly in front of his 7.9 million followers. The TalkTV presenter simply wrote: “Lunch @KensingtonRoyal?”Underneath the tweet, Piers shared a video posted by the Twitter account for his show Piers Morgan Uncensored. The video was captioned: “‘If you're watching, your Royal Highness, I am available.’“Piers recounts the time he had lunch with Princess Diana and Prince William in the 90s.“His invitation from the Duchess of Cambridge must be lost in the post…”In the video, Piers can be seen chatting with Royal expert Tina about the time he had lunch with Princess Diana and a young Prince William. During the interview, Tina described Piers as the “Prince of the 90’s” thanks to a number of diaries he kept about his interactions with famous figures at that time. “One of the most amazing stories you tell in that diary is when you went to lunch at Kensington Palace with Prince William and Diana.”“Two hours of everything,” Piers interjected. “And what struck me is that William was 13 and she told him everything.
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Meghan didn't know Diana had to 'work like a dog' before becoming a 'superstar’ - expert
royal author believes that Meghan Markle wasn't aware that Princess Diana had to "work like a dog" before she became a "global superstar".Tina Brown compared Meghan's work ethic to the "great deal of very humdrum assignments" that Diana had to do for the firm ahead of her becoming an icon.The former Vanity Fair editor claims the Duchess "didn't understand her role" when she joined the Royal Family and said that she had hoped to follow in the same path as Harry's mother, reports Daily Mail.She discussed the Australian tour on ITV's Lorraine and said: "She didn't like it at all."She found the whole representational job of suppressing your own views and representing the monarchy, for her [it] was just anathema."It's not how she viewed her role, the world, she did not understand the point of it and for her, yes she was a great success, but it was not something she wanted to do."She saw the palaces and Diana as this global humanitarian super star, but forgot that for 16 or 17 years Diana worked like a dog within the Royal Family doing a great deal of very humdrum assignments."It was her charisma she brought to the job that made her so extraordinarily special."While Meghan and Harry decided to step away from their duties for a quieter life in the US, Diana left the firm because of her relationship breakdown with Prince Charles, the author added."She didn't leave the Royal Family because she said 'i'm out', she got divorced," said Ms Brown.