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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry mocked by Serena Williams: ‘You guys are taking up too much oxygen’ - nypost.com - Los Angeles - USA - Afghanistan
nypost.com
13.07.2024 / 14:55

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry mocked by Serena Williams: ‘You guys are taking up too much oxygen’

2024 ESPY Awards on Thursday night, accusing them of overshadowing her appearance at the event. The tennis legend hosted the awards show at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, where Harry was being honored with the Pat Tillman Award for Service.

Meghan Markle stuns in replica of her wedding reception dress at ESPY Awards with Prince Harry - www.ok.co.uk - USA - Afghanistan
ok.co.uk
13.07.2024 / 14:52

Meghan Markle stuns in replica of her wedding reception dress at ESPY Awards with Prince Harry

Meghan Markle accompanied her husband Prince Harry to the 2024 ESPY Awards on Thursday 11 July, where he received the Pat Tillman Award for Service. The Duchess of Sussex, 42, looked on as Prince Harry, 39, took to the stage to be honoured with the award, recognising his work with the Invictus Games.The Pat Tillman Award for Service is named after former NFL player and US Army Ranger Pat Tillman, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2004.The couple presented a united front to the world and were all smiles throughout the event.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle ‘trying to buy the public’s respect’ with awards after ESPYS nod: expert - nypost.com - Britain - Afghanistan
nypost.com
13.07.2024 / 14:31

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle ‘trying to buy the public’s respect’ with awards after ESPYS nod: expert

claimed she was never consulted about the decision.Royal expert Kinsey Schofield slammed the Sussexes for their obsession with “collecting trophies,” claiming that the public “sees through” ESPN’s decision to honor Harry with the award.“I see Prince Harry and Meghan Markle accepting more trophies for awards that I don’t understand what they’re for,” she told TalkTV.“I guess they’re trying to buy the public’s respect, they’re trying to buy good PR through networking and creating these opportunities to collect trophies for their mantle, but I think the public sees through these individuals.”ESPN has since defended its decision to honor the father of two, who served the British military for 10 years, including two tours in Afghanistan as a helicopter pilot.“ESPN, with the support of the Tillman Foundation, is honoring Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, specifically for the work of The Invictus Games Foundation as it celebrates its 10th year promoting healing through the power of sport for military service members and veterans around the world,” ESPN told The Post in a statement.“While we understand not everyone will agree with all honorees selected for any award, The Invictus Games Foundation does incredible work and ESPN believes this is a cause worth celebrating.”Schofield also took aim at the “Suits” alum for accepting awards for her now-defunct podcast “Archetypes” — which was axed by Spotify after just 12 episodes.“How many awards did Meghan accept for her podcast that was canceled and slammed by her own network,” she told the outlet.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle are likely ‘drowning out the outside noise’ amid ESPYs backlash: They’re ‘very used to criticism’ - nypost.com
nypost.com
13.07.2024 / 13:43

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle are likely ‘drowning out the outside noise’ amid ESPYs backlash: They’re ‘very used to criticism’

the recent blowback from Harry’s ESPY Award nod proved to be no different.Harry, 39, was named the recipient of the Pat Tillman Award for Service at the 2024 ESPYs, and is set to be honored at Thursday’s star-studded ceremony hosted by Markle’s pal, Serena Williams.However, the announcement didn’t sit right with many, including the late hero’s mom, Mary Tillman, who slammed ESPN and claimed she was never consulted about the decision.As the backlash continued to plague the Duke’s military recognition, former royal butler Grant Harrold says that the duo aren’t experiencing anything they haven’t already.The Sussexes are “very used to the criticism, given everything that’s gone on over the last few years,” Harrold, who worked for King Charles for seven years, exclusively told The Post.“I’m sure they’ll be drowning out the outside noise by continuing with their normal and everyday life and trying not to turn on the television, or read the papers as much.”“They’re being talked about constantly, given their profiles,” he continued. “From what I remember, Harry was always an extremely private person, so I’m not sure how he’ll feel about that, but I can imagine his way of coping with the attention is to carry on as normal,” he added on behalf of Fruity Slots.Earlier this week, Harrold suggested that the father of two is “feeling quite sad” about the negative response to him being named as the award’s recipient.What’s more, the former royal staffer said it’s possible the Duke could decline the prestigious award.“He’d never want to cause any upset,” Harrold said.

Prince William's made a 'tough and resolute' stand on Prince Harry - as he's branded the Royal Family's new 'enforcer' - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
13.07.2024 / 08:42

Prince William's made a 'tough and resolute' stand on Prince Harry - as he's branded the Royal Family's new 'enforcer'

The Prince of Wales' position in the Royal Family is steeped in history and tradition as he is frequently called upon to step up and assist his father, King Charles. In fact, it has frequently been reported that both The King and Prince William - rather than just the monarch - have stepped in to stop certain appearances, such as at events like the Order of the Garter.

Iconic royal ‘would pretend Prince Harry and Meghan Markle didn’t exist’ - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
13.07.2024 / 07:58

Iconic royal ‘would pretend Prince Harry and Meghan Markle didn’t exist’

Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother famously coined the mantra 'never complain, never explain' - a rule that has guided the Royal Family through the ages. Known as 'the best loved royal' in her twilight years due to her unwavering dedication to public service, she was also known among her staff for skilfully dodging family topics she preferred to avoid. Her talent for evasion earned her the playful moniker "the imperial ostrich" from those who knew her best, for her tendency to 'bury her head in the sand'.

Manchester United will have to wait to complete triple transfer as USA tour looms - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - France - Brazil - Paris - USA - Sweden - Manchester - Bolivia - Panama - Slovakia - Uruguay
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
13.07.2024 / 06:09

Manchester United will have to wait to complete triple transfer as USA tour looms

The summer transfer window is for business and Manchester United continue to work behind the scenes to try and get deals over the line.

Prince William and Prince Harry’s friend engaged to Wimbledon legend with baby boy - www.ok.co.uk - city Bristol - county Alexander
ok.co.uk
13.07.2024 / 04:24

Prince William and Prince Harry’s friend engaged to Wimbledon legend with baby boy

As Wimbledon kicks off for another year, we're all eager to know when we'll catch a glimpse of the Royal Family gracing the stands. We often spot The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke of Kent at this much-anticipated annual event. Several renowned tennis players have connections with the royals, from Rafael Nadal's tight-knit friendship with The Duchess of Cambridge to Serena Williams' close bond with The Duchess of Sussex.

Zara Tindall says she felt 'uncomfortable' at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding - www.ok.co.uk - county Windsor
ok.co.uk
13.07.2024 / 01:48

Zara Tindall says she felt 'uncomfortable' at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding

The Royal Family turned out in full to support Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their special day. The lovebirds exchanged vows at St George's Chapel in Windsor on 19 May 2018, with the late Queen leading the Royal pack, which included the likes of Prince Philip, then-Prince Charles with Duchess Camilla, and Prince William alongside Princess Kate. Zara Tindall, along with hubby Mike, was also there, mingling with her mum Princess Anne, who was recently hospitalised due to a concussion, and brother Peter Phillips.

Prince Harry will release second memoir after King Charles’ death, expert claims - nypost.com
nypost.com
13.07.2024 / 00:23

Prince Harry will release second memoir after King Charles’ death, expert claims

enough content to write more books about his experience growing up as a royal.Harry, 39, said he was forced to cut out nearly half his content from the first draft.But royal expert Kinsey Schofield suggested that Harry may hold off publishing anything else until after the death of his father.“I do think he would write about his family again. He was waiting to publish a book after Queen Elizabeth died,” the royal commentator said on “Kinsey Schofield Unfiltered” Thursday, per the Express.“Originally they were saying there was going to be another publication after the late Queen died.”“I suspect that maybe he would release a book after his father passed away,” she continued, adding that a follow-up book will be published if William continues to “keep [Harry] at arm’s length.”“Because what would the repercussions be if Prince William pushed you out of the fold?” she asked.The Post has reached out to Harry’s reps for comment.Harry was last month warned against publishing another memoir as it would “slam any hope of future reconciliation” with his estranged family.Still, the content that made it into the first book managed to cause enough damage.Among the myriad of revelations in his book, Harry’s feelings toward Queen Camilla, 76, were laid bare as he sensationally branded her “dangerous” and “the villain.”Harry also claimed that his stepmother leaked stories about the royal family to the media to maintain her image and boost her popularity.“I have complex feelings about gaining a step-parent who I thought had recently sacrificed me on her personal P.R.

Prince Harry missed 32 calls from Royal Family after tragic loss - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - California
ok.co.uk
12.07.2024 / 19:57

Prince Harry missed 32 calls from Royal Family after tragic loss

Prince Harry shockingly 'missed 32 calls from the Royal Family' as they tried to inform him of his dear grandfather, Prince Philip's passing in 2021. On April 9 of that year, the longest-serving consort passed away at the age of 99, just two months shy of his 100th birthday. In the days leading up to the funeral, Prince Harry shared how he woke up to "32 missed calls" before having a "short, heart-racing" conversation with his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.

Prince Harry ‘confused’ why royals have cut him off, wants to support Kate Middleton ‘in-person’: report - nypost.com - Britain
nypost.com
28.06.2024 / 14:07

Prince Harry ‘confused’ why royals have cut him off, wants to support Kate Middleton ‘in-person’: report

wasn’t invited to the Trooping the Colour ceremony earlier this month — has realized that he’s “a proper outsider.”“He’s heartbroken and confused by the way they’ve cut him off and seemingly haven’t given it another thought,” a royal insider told Closer magazine.“Harry was very upset and emotional when he saw the footage of Kate [Middleton] at Trooping the Colour.”The source added that Harry — who is set to receive the Pat Tillman Award for Service at the 2024 ESPYs — has been “so worried” about the Princess of Wales since learning of her cancer diagnosis.“Whilst he has managed to connect with her on a few occasions it’s not nearly as often as he’d like,” the insider added.“He would have dearly loved to have been there, if only to congratulate and support Kate in person on what must have been an incredibly difficult day for her.”The Sussexes were not invited to this year’s annual celebration of the British monarch’s birthday — making it the second year in a row.“The fact he’s got to watch on TV or via the internet from 6,000 miles away just made him so sad.

Prince Harry seen for first time in a month as he opens up about heartbreaking sadness that 'eats away at you inside' - www.ok.co.uk - Paris - Afghanistan
ok.co.uk
27.06.2024 / 07:39

Prince Harry seen for first time in a month as he opens up about heartbreaking sadness that 'eats away at you inside'

Prince Harry has been seen speaking publicly for the first time in months, as he spoke about how grief can “eat away at you” in a heartbreaking statement. He joined Scotty's Little Soldiers founder Nikki Scott for a frank conversation on what it's like to be a child who loses a parent. Harry lost his mother when he was only 12 years old after Princess Diana lost her life in a car crash in Paris in 1997, and spoke gracefully in this video about what it's like to be a child who has just received the worst news of their life.

Prince Harry 'disappointed' his family couldn't see similarities between Meghan and Diana - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
26.06.2024 / 11:25

Prince Harry 'disappointed' his family couldn't see similarities between Meghan and Diana

There have been several attempts to compare Meghan Markle with the late Diana, Princess of Wales ever since her and Prince Harry's relationship became public knowledge.These comparisons reached boiling point following the release of investigative journalist Tom Bower's controversial book 'Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors' last year. One of the most striking claims was how Harry reportedly hoped that Diana's two sisters and younger brother would identify the similarities between Meghan and his late mother - a fact which ended up in disappointment when they didn't. In an eyebrow-raising twist presented by Bower, he suggests that Diana's brother, Earl Spencer was requested to intervene about Harry's growing relationship with Meghan.

Prince Harry's sharp take on the Middleton family's 'country bumpkin' life and William's 'obsession' - www.ok.co.uk - city Sandringham - Charlotte - city Charlotte
ok.co.uk
25.06.2024 / 11:55

Prince Harry's sharp take on the Middleton family's 'country bumpkin' life and William's 'obsession'

As the family of the Prince and Princess of Wales grew following the arrivals of Prince George and Princess Charlotte, a top royal author claimed that Prince Harry reportedly felt "displaced". The strengthening 'family unit' left Prince Harry feeling side-lined as Prince William began to spend increasing amounts of time with his Middleton in-laws.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are 'increasingly irrelevant' as Royal Family divert love elsewhere - www.ok.co.uk - USA
ok.co.uk
24.06.2024 / 21:28

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are 'increasingly irrelevant' as Royal Family divert love elsewhere

Ever since they stepped back from their roles as senior royals, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have frequently made announcements about their many personal milestones, as well as offered business updates. Something which is often pointed out, however, is the number of times that Harry and Meghan have issued these statements or planned the release of news which has coincided exactly with a high profile event for the Royal Family.This trend has seen one leading royal expert to reflect on the fact that the couple are becoming "increasingly irrelevant" as the Royal Family turn their attention to supporting those in greater need with heartfelt gestures.

Princess Diana's home will be inherited by actor – not Prince William or Prince Harry - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - London - city Cape Town - county Spencer
ok.co.uk
24.06.2024 / 09:03

Princess Diana's home will be inherited by actor – not Prince William or Prince Harry

Prince William and Prince Harry may be in line for the throne, but there's one thing they'll never inherit - their mother Princess Diana's childhood home.The Althorp Estate, which has been in the Spencer family since 1508, will instead go to their cousin Louis, son of Earl Spencer, Diana's brother Charles. Despite having three older sisters, 30-year-old Viscount Althorp, Louis, will inherit the estate due to the aristocracy's system of primogeniture, where titles are passed down to the oldest boy, not the firstborn child.The sprawling 13,500-acre estate is where Diana spent her childhood and was laid to rest after her tragic death in 1997.

Meghan Markle's 'clumsy' blunder shows why Royal Family 'doesn't trust' her and Prince Harry - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - USA - county Windsor
ok.co.uk
22.06.2024 / 09:39

Meghan Markle's 'clumsy' blunder shows why Royal Family 'doesn't trust' her and Prince Harry

Meghan Markle has reportedly made another 'clumsy' blunder, signalling that the Royal Family holds back on sharing sensitive information with her and Prince Harry, royal commentators have suggested.The Duchess of Sussex recently sparked controversy after her friend, Nacho Figueras, a polo player closely associated with the Duke, plugged the newest lineup from her American Riviera Orchard brand right before the Trooping the Colour ceremony. Commentator Richard Eden observed, "Meghan has done these publicity stunts where she's sent out good and encouraged friends and influencers to post about it." "But you never know when they're going to do it or what they'll say so it's completely out of your control." "Yes, you get great publicity when these people say, 'I got my latest jam,' but it's embarrassing if it's just before Catherine's appearance at Trooping.

'Prince Harry must not follow Meghan Markle's example - their innocent children will suffer' - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - USA - county Windsor
ok.co.uk
22.06.2024 / 07:55

'Prince Harry must not follow Meghan Markle's example - their innocent children will suffer'

Ever since Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, relocated to the US in 2020, their relationships with senior members of the Royal Family have been publicly strained. As a result, the couple and their two young children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, have spent very little time in the UK with the Windsor side of the family, particularly with their grandfather, King Charles. This, former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond says, is something which is causing Archie and Lilibet to suffer as she expresses her hope that Harry will not continue to follow Meghan's example when it comes to family quarrels.

King Charles 'plans USA visit' amid ongoing rift with Prince Harry - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - USA - Charlotte
ok.co.uk
21.06.2024 / 17:49

King Charles 'plans USA visit' amid ongoing rift with Prince Harry

King Charles is said to be missing his grandchildren, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, but may plan a visit in the future, according to a royal expert. The King has only had a few encounters with his youngest son, Prince Harry's children.

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