Royal Family news – Prince William ‘threw Harry out’ after bust-up over Meghan 'bullying' allegations. says author

PRINCE William "threw Harry out" in a blistering row over bullying claims against Meghan, it's been sensationally claimed.

A royal author has alleged William was furious after learning of a complaint made against the Duchess of Sussex by her former communications secretary.

Meanwhile, Kate Middleton could step in on the big day if Prince Harry decides he's also unable to return.

The Duke, 36, has been hoping to fly back to the UK for the poignant event on July 1 – on what would have been his mum's 60th birthday.

Even with recent events, Meghan Markle was named "the most popular royal" in a new study.

The Duchess of Sussex has been widely criticised over the past year for the negative impact she and Prince Harry have had on the Royal Family.

Read our Royal Family live blog below for the latest updates…

  • Joseph Gamp

    PRINCESS DIANA SAID SHE NEVER WANTED TO MARRY AGAIN AFTER DIVORCE FROM PRINCE CHARLES

    PRINCESS Diana said she never wanted to get married again after splitting from Prince Charles, a British journalist has claimed.

    Ahead of what would have been Princess Diana‘s 60th birthday, Petronella Wyatt recalled meeting her on several occasions in the years before she died in 1997.

    Writing for The Sun, Petronella explained how she attended the same small dinner party as Diana in the summer of 1995.

    Explaining how Diana “slipped in quietly”, Petronella said the late Royal wore a chic and “simply cut” blue shift dress which offset her “sapphire” eyes.

    Read more here.

  • Joseph Gamp

    TIME FOR ACTION ON EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT IS NOW, SAYS KATE

    The Duchess of Cambridge has declared “the time for action is now” on the issue of early childhood development, describing it as the “social equivalent of climate change”.

    Kate was speaking as she gathered a panel of experts at a leading London university to discuss the inaugural report of her new Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. She insisted she was not looking for a “quick win” with her early years work, but wanted to take a “holistic approach” to better prepare the next generation of parents.

    And she hoped her new institution would make it “more common to speak about emotions and feelings”, enabling adults to better understand how affection affects their own behaviour.

    Speaking during the roundtable discussion at the London School of Economics, Kate said was “really excited” to launch the centre, adding: “So my hope today, through the report and through this new centre, to show that change really needs to happen, and the time for action is now.

    “Because I feel that this is the social equivalent of climate change, where we followed the science for many, many years. And that is what we have to do with early childhood development if we want to build a happier, heathier world. The more we learn about early childhood and the first five years of life the greater imperative it is to act.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    WHAT HAVE HARRY & WILLIAM SAID ABOUT THE DIANA STATUE?

    In a joint statement about their mother’s statue, Harry and William said: “It has been 20 years since our mother’s death and the time is right to recognise her positive impact in the UK and around the world with a permanent statue.

    “Our mother touched so many lives. We hope the statue will help all those who visit Kensington Palace to reflect on her life and legacy.”

    It was made by sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley.

    Harry will likely stay at Frogmore Cottage – the home he shared with his wife before their move to LA – where he stayed during his last UK visit for Prince Philip’s funeral.

    It would mean he would be close to the Queen, after whom he named his daughter, and allegedly met privately “at least twice” in April.

  • Joseph Gamp

    PRINCE HARRY COULD BRING SON ARCHIE TO THE UK FOR PRINCESS DIANA STATUE UNVEILING

    PRINCE Harry could bring son Archie to the UK for the unveiling of a Princess Diana statue while Meghan stays home with baby Lilibet.

    It would be the first time the Royal Family has seen the couple’s son since they quit the UK more than a year go.

    Read more here.

  • Joseph Gamp

    MEGHAN MARKLE’S PAL OMID SCOBIE CLAIMS ‘SEVERAL CONVERSATIONS’ WERE HAD WITH ROYALS OVER ARCHIE’S SKIN COLOUR

    Meghan Markle’s pal has claimed “several” conversations were had with the Royal Family over the colour of their son Archie’s skin.

    Omid Scobie alleged there were a number of comments made before the youngster was born – and members of the family were “unsympathetic” to the couple’s complaints.

    Scobie – the preferred reporter of the Sussexes, who co-wrote their biography Finding Freedom – made the bombshell claims at an event in London today.

    Meghan’s claim that a senior royal made a racist comment about Archie before his birth was the most damaging revelation in their interview with Oprah, which aired in March.

    She said the unnamed royal asked about the colour of the baby’s skin and “what that would mean or look like”.

  • Joseph Gamp

    WATCH: PRINCE WILLIAM ‘THREW HARRY OUT’ AFTER FURIOUS BUST-UP OVER MEGHAN BULLYING ALLEGATIONS, BOMBSHELL BOOK CLAIMS

    Prince William ‘threw Harry out’ after furious bust-up over Meghan bullying allegations, bombshell book claims

  • Joseph Gamp

    MEGHAN MARKLE WILL RETURN TO BRITAIN NEXT YEAR, CLOSE FRIEND REVEALS 

    A friend of Meghan Markle, Omid Scobie makes new claims of royal racism that family had ‘not one but several conversations about Archie’s skin colour’, whilst revealing Meghan will return to the UK next year ahead of Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

    Meghan Markle’s close friend Omid Scobie today alleged that the Royal Family had ‘several’ conversations about Archie’s skin colour before his birth and were ‘unsympathetic’ to the couple’s complaints.

    Scobie said: ‘There was one conversation that took place that affected them massively, when it came to someone within the royal family sharing concerns over the colour of Archie’s skin.

    ‘To Harry I can see how it is one conversation, to Meghan who would have been involved in the follow up conversations I can see – because there were other people aware of this conversation within the family and within the institution, that did also speak about it, some not so sympathetically.

    ‘So you then are in a position where you start to feel well its not just this one person, it’s others as well and it becomes a much bigger issue.’

  • Joseph Gamp

    WHY DID MEGHAN AND HARRY CHOOSE THE NAMES LILIBET AND DIANA FOR THEIR SECOND BORN CHILD?

    Lili is named after her great-grandmother the Queen – who was affectionately nicknamed Lilibet by her family .

    And her middle name is Diana, after Prince Harry and Prince William’s later mother Diana, the Princess of Wales.

  • Joseph Gamp

    EXPLAINED: WHAT IS KATE MIDDLETON’S EARLY YEARS PROJECTS?

    Kate, a mother of three, has worked on Early Years projects for a decade. 

    She has said she hopes to put the Early Years on an equal footing with the other great social challenges of our time during an online forum hosted by The Royal Foundation.

    Last week, the Duchess visited Connor Downs Academy in Cornwall with First Lady Jill Biden.

    In a passionate plea to launch a 56-page Big Change Starts Small report, the duchess said it is a “golden opportunity to create a happier, more mentally healthy, more nurturing society”.

    The centre, which is based at royal offices with half a dozen staff,  will commission research, awareness and projects for early years development.

  • Joseph Gamp

    MEGHAN FAILS TO BREAK INTO UK SALES TOP 50 WITH NEW BOOK

    It may have been one of the most hotly anticipated children’s books in recent memory – but Meghan Markle’s The Bench has failed to break into the Top 50 for UK sales in its first week.

    The Bench sold just 3,212 copies in its first week of publication and has an average rating of four stars, The Mirror reports.

    The book was said to be inspired by a poem the Duchess of Sussex wrote about Prince Harry’s first Father’s Day.

    Despite not gaining a place on the Top 50, The Bench did reach the top of the charts for the best selling picture book.

    Although the book may have had slow sales, it is expected to be huge hit for the book’s publishers Penguin Random House Children’s, as they have the rights that allow them to sell the English language copy globally.

    Read the full story here.

  • The Sun

    PRINCESS DIANA’S BROTHER SLAMS BBC’S ‘UNBELIEVABLE’ DECISION TO CLEAR ITSELF OVER REHIRING MARTIN BASHIR

    Princess Diana’s brother Earl Spencer has slammed the BBC’s “unbelievable” decision to clear itself over the rehiring of Martin Bashir.

    A review published yesterday found there was “no evidence” that Bashir was rehired by the BBC to cover up the circumstances of his interview with Diana.

    A damning inquiry last month revealed “rogue reporter” Bashir forged bank statements to win the vulnerable princess’s trust and convince her to sit down for a world exclusive Panorama interview in 1995.

  • The Sun

    PRINCE WILLIAM CAN 'NO LONGER HIDE' ANGER AT MEGHAN MARKLE FOR DISRESPECTFUL COMMENTS ABOUT THE QUEEN

    Prince William can "no longer hide" his outrage at Meghan Markle for her comments about The Queen during an interview with US talk show host Oprah Winfrey.

    This comes as the Royal Family continues to handle backlash of the Sussexes’ Oprah interview, which included Meghan’s claim that an unnamed royal made comments on Archie's skin colour before he was born. 

    Meghan cleared up the speculation that she made Kate cry, telling her side of the story, whilst suggesting it was the other way around. 

    A senior royal insider said: "Much has been made of the troubles between Kate and Meghan, and William and Harry—but perhaps the biggest strains now exist between William and Meghan.

    "First and foremost, William cannot countenance the way Meghan has treated his wife," the insider continued, before suggesting that despite Kate attempting to help Meghan navigate royal life, her efforts were “constantly misinterpreted”.

    They added, “But to name Kate so publicly during the Oprah interview as the person who made her cry was beyond the pale. Meghan would have been acutely aware that Kate is powerless to fight back.”

  • The Sun

    JOURNALIST CLAIMS PRINCESS DIANA REMAINED A LITTLE IN LOVE WITH PRINCE CHARLES EVEN AFTER THEIR DIVORCE

    PRINCESS Diana remained a little in love with Prince Charles even after their divorce, a British journalist has claimed.

    Ahead of what would have been Princess Diana's 60th birthday on 1 July, Petronella Wyatt recalled meeting her on several occasions in the years before she died in 1997.

    Writing for The Sun, Petronella explained how she attended the same small dinner party as Diana in the summer of 1995 and met her again at The Ritz the following year.

    Describing how she "laughed a lot" and looked "radiant", Petronella said Diana and Charles were in a good place after their divorce was finalised in 1996.

    Read more here.

  • The Sun

    MEGHAN AND HARRY RELEASE JUST 35 MINUTES OF SPOTIFY SHOW IN SIX MONTHS AFTER £18MILLION DEAL

    HARRY and Meghan have broadcast just 35 minutes of content for their £18million Spotify podcast deal.

    Streaming giant bosses were “looking forward to a full-scale launch of shows” this year.

    Read more here.

  • The Sun

    MEGHAN MARKLE WILL RETURN TO THE UK NEXT YEAR FOR QUEEN’S DIAMOND JUBILEE, PAUL OMID SCOBIE REVEALS 

    MEGHAN Markle will return to the UK next year for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, her pal has confirmed.

    But the Duchess of Sussex has no intention of flying back in late June for the unveiling of a statue dedicated to Princess Diana, Omid Scobie says.

    Instead, she’ll remain at home in LA with newborn daughter Lilibet Diana, while Harry flies back.

    And it’s claimed he could bring son Archie with him for his visit.

    However, when Lili is a little older, Meghan plans to head for the UK to mark 70 years of the Queen’s reign in 2022.

    It’s the first time any British monarch has reached the historic milestone, and a string of spectacular events are planned to mark the occasion – including a brand new bank holiday.

    Scobie – the preferred reporter of the Sussexes, who co-wrote their biography Finding Freedom – said the Duchess plans to celebrate with the monarch next year.

    Read the full story here

  • The Sun

    MEGHAN MARKLE 'DEVELOPED A SENSE OF ENTITLEMENT' AFTER 'SUITS' APPEARANCE, CHILDHOOD FRIEND SAID

    With entertainers having a reputation for feeling entitled, a childhood friend of Meghan's says she feels the same way.

    After deciding to pursue an acting career in the early 2000s after graduating from Northwestern University. Meghan took on small roles on TV shows and movies, and she was even a briefcase model on Deal or No Deal for over 30 episodes.

    An appearance on Suits did wonders for Meghan’s career, however in Lady Colin Campbell’s book Meghan and Harry: The Real Story, one of Meghan’s childhood friend's claimed the actor changed after becoming a TV star.

    "As she grew into the stardom she had worked so hard to achieve, she developed new aspects of her personality

    “To her longstanding best friend Nikki [Priddy], it seemed that her ‘tone of voice, her mannerisms, the way she laughed’ had changed to such an extent that they ‘didn’t seem real to me anymore."

    Priddy reportedly said, "Even by season two of Suits, she was turning down lunch with us because she said she’d be recognised. I felt if I questioned her behaviour, I’d be left on the outside."

    As Lady Colin wrote, from Priddy’s standpoint, it felt as if Meghan had "developed a sense of entitlement because of the show, that success had gone to her head, and that she was severing ties with her past now that her old friends were no longer on a worldly par with her."

  • The Sun

    PRINCE HARRY COULD FACE A WEEK APART FROM NEWBORN LILIBET

    As Harry flies back to Britain to honour Princess Diana’s statue unveiling, he faces the prospect of as long as 10 days away from Meghan and newborn daughter, Lilibet.

    The Duke of Sussex and his brother, William have worked together for years to design a fitting monument in their mother’s honour. That may not have been so easy recently due to the family feud that has heated up within the Royal Family.

    An insider told Newsweek that Meghan won’t be going – sparing her a trip back to the palace where, as she told Oprah Winfrey during an interview, she had to turn over her keys, driver’s licence and passport.

  • The Sun

    CONTINUED: WHAT IS KATE MIDDLETON’S EARLY YEARS PROJECTS?

    A royal aide said: “The Duchess has made the observation that the more you learn about the science of early childhood, whether it’s brain development, social science, what it means for our adult mental health, the more you realise that this is the social equivalent to climate change, but it is not discussed with the same seriousness or strategic intent that that issue is.

    "And so, her mission for the last few years has been exploring what is the best way for her to build something, build relationships, her own knowledge, expertise, so that she can help position this work with that sort of importance.” 

    The launch comes as research commissioned by The Royal Foundation revealed the Covid crisis has created a spike in the number of mums and dads feeling isolated.

    According to the new figures, 16 per cent of parents of young children felt lonely in May.

    This was almost double the figure in October last year.

  • The Sun

    EXPLAINED: WHAT IS KATE MIDDLETON'S EARLY YEARS PROJECTS?

    Kate, a mother of three, has worked on Early Years projects for a decade. 

    She has said she hopes to put the Early Years on an equal footing with the other great social challenges of our time during an online forum hosted by The Royal Foundation.

    Last week, the Duchess visited Connor Downs Academy in Cornwall with First Lady Jill Biden.

    In a passionate plea to launch a 56-page Big Change Starts Small report, the duchess said it is a "golden opportunity to create a happier, more mentally healthy, more nurturing society".

    The centre, which is based at royal offices with half a dozen staff,  will commission research, awareness and projects for early years development.

  • The Sun

    KATE MIDDLETON REVEALS HOPE TO CREATE ‘HAPPIER AND NURTURING SOCIETY’ AS SHE LAUNCHES CHILD DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH CENTRE

    KATE Middleton reveals hope to create a “happier society” as she launches a child development research centre.

    The Duchess of Cambridge has set up the Royal Foundation for Early Childhood – while saying she wants early child development to be treated as “the social equivalent to climate change”.

  • The Sun

    HARRY AND MEGHAN 'HAVE TOO MUCH ON THEIR PLATE' SAYS ROYAL AUTHOR

    They are on parental leave with daughter Lilibet Diana and royal author Phil Dampier said: “We’re being told they’re having up to five months off and people who are paying them a lot of money will expect something in return.

    “They seem to be using up a lot of ammunition very early and putting a lot of stuff out there in terms of deals and agreements with lots of firms.

    “The question might be asked whether they have too much on their plate.”

  • The Sun

    RICHARD MADELEY TAKES A SWIPE AT PRINCE HARRY AND SAYS HE FEELS ‘EMBARRASSED’ FOR THE ROYALS

    Richard Madeley has gone in on Prince Harry for speaking ‘inappropriately’ about his relatives, saying he feels ’embarrassed’ for the Royal Family. 

    The TV presenter made the comments while discussing recent reports that the Queen has dropped her ‘never complain, never explain’ policy.

    Sharing his opinion during Monday’s Good Morning Britain, Richard explained: ‘I don’t really want to see any family washing their dirty linen in public. 

  • The Sun

    QUEEN ‘DIDN’T DENOUNCE RACISM AFTER ARCHIE COMMENTS AND CAST DOUBT FOR MEGHAN’

    With claims that a senior royal had made ‘concerning’ comments about Archie’s skin colour before he was born, the allegation had issued a counter-statement from Buckingham Palace

    Omid Scobie, who wrote Duke and Duchess of Sussex biography Finding Freedom, made the comments during a Foreign Press Association event in London.

    During an interview with US talkshow host Oprah Winfrey, Meghan claimed that one senior royal had expressed concerns about how dark Archie’s skin would be.

    Mr Scobie claimed that some royals weren’t “sympathetic” with Harry and Meghan after the comments were initially made, the Daily Mail reports.

    He said: “There was one conversation that took place that affected them massively, when it came to someone within the royal family sharing concerns over the colour of Archie’s skin.

    “To Harry I can see how it is one conversation, to Meghan who would have been involved in the follow-up conversations I can see – because there were other people aware of this conversation within the family and within the institution, that did also speak about it, some not so sympathetically.

    The Queen later issued a statement, calling the issues “concerning”.

  • The Sun

    CONTINUED: MEGHAN MARKLE'S PAL OMID SCOBIE CLAIMS 'SEVERAL CONVERSATIONS' WERE HAD WITH ROYALS OVER ARCHIE'S SKIN COLOUR

    And at a Foreign Press Association event today, Scobie claimed Meghan and Harry suspected it was "not just this one person" who spoke about how dark Archie's skin could be.

    Instead, he said, it was a "much bigger issue" that involved more people.

    "There was one conversation that took place that affected them massively, when it came to someone within the Royal Family sharing concerns over the colour of Archie's skin," he said.

    "To Harry I can see how it is one conversation, to Meghan who would have been involved in the follow up conversations I can see – because there were other people aware of this conversation within the family and within the institution, that did also speak about it, some not so sympathetically.

    "So you then are in a position where you start to feel, 'Well, it's not just this one person, it's others as well', and it becomes a much bigger issue."

    Asked if he knew who made the initial remark, the author replies: "Pass."

    He said he had just one source – and wouldn't write about it as it can't be verified

    Read the full story here

  • The Sun

    MEGHAN MARKLE'S PAL OMID SCOBIE CLAIMS 'SEVERAL CONVERSATIONS' WERE HAD WITH ROYALS OVER ARCHIE'S SKIN COLOUR

    Meghan Markle's pal has claimed "several" conversations were had with the Royal Family over the colour of their son Archie's skin.

    Omid Scobie alleged there were a number of comments made before the youngster was born – and members of the family were "unsympathetic" to the couple's complaints.

    Scobie – the preferred reporter of the Sussexes, who co-wrote their biography Finding Freedom – made the bombshell claims at an event in London today.

    Meghan's claim that a senior royal made a racist comment about Archie before his birth was the most damaging revelation in their interview with Oprah, which aired in March.

    She said the unnamed royal asked about the colour of the baby's skin and "what that would mean or look like".

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