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    When it became apparent that Prince Harry was serious about his new girlfriend, Meghan Markle, King Charles’ wife, Camilla, was eager to help the American TV actor become accepted by the royal family and deal with rabid press attention and criticism, according to a new biography of Camilla. “The queen consort knows more than anyone how difficult it is to become accepted into the royal family and wanted to help any newcomer,” author and royal expert Angela Levin writes in an excerpt of her new book, “Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: From Outcast to Queen Consort.” The excerpt was published in The Telegraph Thursday.  But Meghan didn’t seem interested in Camilla’s help after she moved to London in 2016, according to Levin. “She seemed bored, was unresponsive and preferred to go her own way, with the result that the queen consort’s advice landed on stony ground,” Levin writes in the excerpt. Three days after the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, the publication of this excerpt of Levin’s book is certain to add fuel to speculation that rifts in the royal family...
    The Duke of Sussex 'wants to use a mediator' to help mend his 'very, very difficult' relationship with the Duke of Cambridge, a royal expert has claimed. Prince Harry and Prince William are said to have barely spoken and had an 'incredibly strained' relationship after two years of rows over Meghan Markle and her alleged treatment of staff, the couple's decision to emigrate to America and the 'truth bombs' the Sussexes have dropped in TV interviews watched by tens of millions of people around the world.  However Vanity Fair's Katie Nicholl has now revealed the Duke of Sussex, 37, has 'made it very clear he wants to sort things out' with his brother. Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, she explained: 'Harry, I'm told, suggested perhaps that they might get some sort of a mediator in on sort of these talks, to make some progress...His relationship [with William], really, is at a bit of a crossroads.' The Duke of Sussex wants to use a moderator to help mend his 'very, very difficult' relationship with the Duke of Cambridge, a royal expert has claimed Meanwhile...
    Only the weather was the same. A bright sun shone from a blue sky just as it did on that May morning almost four years ago when Prince Harry took his new bride home through cheering crowds to Windsor Castle in a horse drawn carriage.  Everything else had changed.  This time, husband and wife retreated behind the blacked-out windows of a people carrier for the short drive from their former home, Frogmore Cottage, to the castle.  And instead of thousands of well-wishers lining the route there was a rather modest turn out of spectators gathering for the spectacle of the Maundy Thursday service at St George’s chapel.  Ahead of Harry and Meghan were two meetings of sombre gravity that will almost certainly have determined their long-term status within the Royal Family – as future participants or as mere observers.  Harry’s offer of breaking his long flight from Los Angeles to the Hague in Holland, where he is attending his Invictus Games, with a stop-over in Windsor to see his grandmother a year after their last encounter at Prince Philip’s funeral,...
    HARRY and Meghan’s brief visit to Windsor Castle on Thursday was almost certainly planned well in advance. Unlike the churchgoers on the bus who first spotted the Duke and Duchess, the Queen will have been well prepared to see her grandson and his wife. 3Harry and Meghan’s brief visit to Windsor Castle on Thursday was almost certainly planned well in advance 3Meghan Markle strutted out with Harry at the Invictus Games Her Majesty’s long life has been scheduled for her from the moment she was born. Very little comes as a surprise. So much so that if things go wrong the Queen rather enjoys a digression from what is expected of her in her tightly organised schedule. And she certainly doesn’t need any more surprises from Harry and Meghan. When Harry spoke to the Queen about his planned trip to Europe for the Invictus Games, she knew he would stop over in the UK. Read more on Harry and Meghan's visitSECRET TRIP Harry & Meghan visit Queen & Charles for 'olive branch' talks after Philip snubREAD THE ROOM Harry's memoir...
    PRINCE Charles wants shoppers to help save the world’s oceans. He says they should make “ocean and land-friendly choices” by buying certified products. 2Prince Charles wants shoppers to help save the world’s oceansCredit: PA In a major speech to the Our Ocean conference today, Charles will warn the decline in the health of waters across the globe is dire. The consequences of inaction are unimaginable, he will say. The two-day summit is being co-hosted by the US and Palau, an island republic in the Pacific. In a video message Charles will say: “As consumers, we should make ocean and land-friendly choices. Read More on Prince CharlesHARRY WANTS BLOOD Harry will 'go after' Camilla in memoir and 'deepen rift' with WilliamBOMBSHELL LETTERS Charles letters reveal he asked paedophile Jimmy Savile to advise royals Most read in LifestyleMEG-A BOSS 'Needy' Prince Harry is DOMINATED by Meghan & is 'reliant on Duchess'PAY ATTENTION I work at grocery stores – customers drive me crazyROYAL RIFT Meghan Markle WILL accompany Harry at the Invictus Games this weekendTRI-ANGLED Optical illusion uses simple trick on viewer -...
    Idris Elba has revealed he sold marijuana to 'help pay the way' and had comedian Dave Chappelle as a customer before he found fame. The actor, 49, admitted he did jobs that he was 'not proud of' when he moved to America and his early attempts to break into acting 'fell flat on its face'.   Appearing on The Jess Cagle Podcast on Thursday, Idris was asked by the host what 'odd jobs' he did when he stopped studying and was auditioning for roles. Revelation: Idris Elba has admitted he did jobs that he was 'not proud of', including selling marijuana, when he moved to America and his attempts to break into acting 'fell flat on its face' To which Idris replied that he attended a performing arts college in London before going straight into work, acting in a number of plays before moving to America. But he said his career 'fell flat' very quickly after the move and he took up a number of jobs to 'help pay the way', including selling marijuana. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    MEGHAN Markle is searching for someone to help produce her Netflix show Pearl - at the same time as Spotify bosses take her £18million podcast "into their own hands". Spotify is hiring a host of in-house producers to finally help deliver content after waiting more than a year for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to produce material as part of their mega-money deal. 3Netflix is looking for an LA based designer to help with the production of Meghan's show PearlCredit: Linkedin It seems Netflix is taking similar action, with the company's LinkedIn searching for a Los-Angeles based Production Designer for Meghan's forthcoming project, Pearl. The show is described as a "family series" that centres on the adventures of a 12-year-old girl who is inspired by a variety of influential women. Meghan and Harry, who is also an executive producer, announced the project last summer via Archewell Productions, although they have not yet confirmed when it will be released. The show's latest job ad reads: "The Production Designer will help to develop, create, and support the aesthetic vision of our Executive...
    MEGHAN Markle offered to help write Finding Freedom despite previously claiming she had nothing to do with it, court documents have sensationally revealed. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have both previously denied having anything to do with the unauthorised autobiography. 5Meghan offered to help write Finding Freedom the High Court heardCredit: The Mega Agency 5Jason Knauf has revealed that he sat down with the authors of Finding FreedomCredit: Getty - Contributor But bombshell court documents have revealed that the couple authorised “specific cooperation” for certain topics on the book. A witness statement from their former communications secretary Jason Knauf revealed that Meghan had an input on a series of topics that would feature in the book. Mr Knauf has revealed that he sat down with Omid Scobie and Caroyln Durand in December 2018 to discuss Meghan’s chosen topics. According to court documents she wanted to make it clear to the authors that she had nothing to do with her estranged half-siblings growing up. However he added that as far as he knows neither of the couple met directly with...
    Hailey Baldwin Goes Full Goth for Halloween in Black Leather Coat and Chunky Boots Report: Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb Fined Five Times by NFL in Seasons First Six Games © Provided by People Samir Hussein/WireImage Meghan Markle Meghan Markle continues to advocate for paid leave in the United States while helping others. The Duchess of Sussex, 40, provided $25 Starbucks gift cards for employees of the nonprofit PL+US, which is working to win paid family and medical leave for all in the U.S. by 2022. The gift cards were supplied through her and Prince Harry's nonprofit, the Archewell Foundation. Neil Sroka, communications director for PL+US, posted a screenshot of his gift card to Twitter, expressing his gratitude for the mother of two. "The Duchess of Sussex (aka #MeghanMarkle) bought everyone at @PaidLeaveUS a few cups of coffee while we're working overtime to #SavePaidLeave. Unbelievably classy... and necessary. Truly honored to know she has our backs in the fight to win #PaidLeaveForAll," he wrote. Earlier this month, Meghan recently advocated for paid leave in an open letter to Speaker of...
    THE PALACE "bent over backwards" to help Meghan Markle adjust to royal life, a royal expert has claimed. In the bombshell piece, author of Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, Andrew Morton also claimed a "formidable backroom staff" spent hours reporting trolls for the Duchess of Sussex. 3The palace claim they protected Meghan Markle when she joined the royal familyCredit: PA:Press Association 3Claims about Prince William bullying have been vehemently denied In six new chapters of the book that was first published in 2018, Mr Morton said: "Far from abandoning Meghan, the Palace had a team which spent ‘hundreds of hours monitoring social media accounts' and ‘violent threats were reported to police," he wrote. "Harry was the ‘prime mover’ in souring relations between the Sussexes and the Royal Family, but it was Meghan who ‘took the hit'." But it was the Cambridges' attitudes towards the Sussexes that allegedly caused the devastating split. "The Duchess of Cambridge’s coolness towards Meghan, and William’s alleged bullying contributed to a devastating ‘Cain and Abel’ fallout between the brothers," Mr Morton wrote. "Harry was the ‘prime mover’...
    A massive effort was made to protect the Duchess of Sussex when she joined the Royal Family, according to Princess Diana’s biographer Andrew Morton. Contrary to claims by Meghan during her bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year that she was abandoned by the Windsors, his updated biography of the Duchess says a ‘formidable backroom staff’ was deployed to help her adjust to royal life. A Palace insider last night agreed that aides had ‘bent over backwards’ to help her. The fresh details of one of the most turbulent episodes in recent royal history came as Harry and Meghan continued a high-profile visit to New York, culminating in their appearance last night at Global Citizen The tell-all interview, in which Meghan confessed considering suicide while pregnant with Archie, had been nominated to an Emmi in the best hosted nonfiction series category In six new chapters of Meghan: A Hollywood Princess – serialised today by The Mail on Sunday – Mr Morton provides explosive new details of the rift which led to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex...
    PRINCE Harry wants to be "more important" than William - and can't help but "show off", his biographer has claimed. Angela Levin blasted the Duke of Sussex in a new interview today after we exclusively revealed the eco-warrior flew home from a polo event on a millionaire pal’s private jet. 3Harry's biographer says the Duke wants to be 'more important' than brother WilliamCredit: Newspix And she said the royal often showboats for the cameras. Broadcaster Julia Hartley-Brewer said Angela used to speak about Harry in "glowing terms". The writer replied: "When he was at Eton, he hated being there, and he decided he was going to be with the bad boys. "I think Harry has got this streak - a lot of us have, but we put it to one side - of being bad and showing off. "He is also wanting to be more important than William. Most read in The US SunLatestHENRI'S HERE Live coverage as storm downgraded from hurricane before hitting Rhode IslandWHO DARES WINS SAS in daring desert raid to rescue 20 troops surrounded...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have said the situation in Afghanistan has left them 'speechless' in a wide-ranging statement that also addresses the Covid-19 crisis and the humanitarian disaster in Haiti.  The lengthy statement, released via the couple's slick Archewell Foundation website, calls on followers to support organizations including the World Central Kitchen, but failed to say how much they would be personally donating or details of how they will help. It comes a day after the Duke of Sussex, 36, who spent 10 years in the British Army and performed two frontline tours of Afghanistan, released a statement via the Invictus Games Foundation to urge veterans to 'reach out to each other and offer support'.  But in his statement from the Invictus Games Foundation he did not offer any views on Joe Biden's decision to abandon the Afghans he fought alongside, or the chaotic execution of the withdrawal that saw the Taliban re-take the country in days following 20 years of war. Last year, he and Meghan were accused of wading into the US election when they urged voters to 'reject hate speech' in...
    SOME people have been throwing shade on the fact that the Duchess of Sussex chose to celebrate her 40th birthday by announcing a new initiative.  The idea is to help women back into work after the coronavirus pandemic.  1We all need a mentor and a helping hand, and even those who say it is 'woke' and 'publicity-seeking' surely have to acknowledge that this is a positive initiativeCredit: Archewell In the short film she released last week, Meghan asked Hollywood star Melissa McCarthy to help in launching her “40x40” campaign, along with several other famous, LA-based friends.  The duchess – who was looking wonderful and seen for the first time since the birth of Lilibet two months ago – said she wants people around the world to commit to giving 40 minutes of their time to mentor women going back to work.  This is a great cause, because over two million women in the US and tens of millions around the world lost their jobs during the pandemic. Among those who have promised 40 minutes of their time to support a...
    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry's rift with the Royal Family is "too big" for Princess Eugenie to heal - despite hopes she could bring the peace, a royal expert has said. It was speculated this week that Eugenie, 31, could help build bridges between the Duke of Sussex and his family. 4Harry's rift with the royal family is too big for Eugenie to solve, it has been saidCredit: Getty She remains an ally to Harry — after he upset other family members with Megxit and public outbursts. But Royal author Phil Dampier believes ongoing tensions between Harry and his family are so big, Eugenie's influence is unlikely to have any impact. "I personally don’t think there’s much Eugenie can do at the moment to heal the rift," Mr Dampier told The Sun Online. "I think the rift is too deep for her to play a major role in healing it." Meghan and Harry sent the royals into crisis mode with their bombshell Oprah interview in March, while Harry has continued to keep them on edge with revelations ever since....
    PRINCE Harry is set to ask his cousin Princess Eugenie to help with his explosive memoir. Harry, 36, is bringing out the book next year with celebrated ghostwriter JR Moehringer. 3Prince Harry is asking his allies for help with his bombshell bookCredit: Getty 3Insiders expect him to turn to Princess Eugenie as the pair are in regular contactCredit: Getty Eugenie, 31, remains an ally to Harry — who upset other family members including brother Wills and dad Charles, with Megxit and public outbursts. Pulitzer Prize-winner Moehringer, 56, is expected to bypass formal channels and contact the duke’s inner circle via Harry. An insider said: “I could only imagine Eugenie talking or being approached as she is someone Harry is still in regular contact with.” Eugenie knew Meghan after working and living in New York and introduced her to Harry. Her husband Jack Brooksbank, 35, is also close to the Duchess. The couple, who have six-month-old son August, have also been gifted the Sussexes’ former home, Frogmore Cottage. Sources say authors writing royal books regularly contact the Palace for interview requests...
    Meghan Markle's 40th birthday will see the start of her creating a 'business empire' and look to take Oprah Winfrey's crown as queen of Hollywood, PR gurus have claimed.  The Duchess of Sussex today unveiled her latest initiative - a campaign branded '40x40' to help women back into work - during a very woke video birthday message shared on the Archewell website. Filmed in the study of her and Prince Harry's £11million Montecito mansion, it featured A-list actress Melissa McCarthy and a comedy cameo by Prince Harry.  Talent manager Professor Jonathan Shalit OBE, who worked with the couple's friend Elton John along with a whole host of other A-list stars, said Meghan's 40th birthday will see the start of her creating an 'empire'. The Duchess of Sussex today unveiled her latest initiative - a campaign branded '40x40' to help women back into work - during a very woke video birthday message shared on the Archewell website 'Meghan's 40th will be the beginning of a huge decade for her - it'll be the start of building her business empire,' he...
    Princess Eugenie shared a 40th birthday message to 'dear Meghan' today and revealed she is supporting her new 40x40 campaign by offering her services as a mentor to help women get back into work. The Duchess of Sussex shared a video featuring Bridesmaids actress Melissa McCarthy on the website of her charitable foundation Archewell to introduce her new initiative which encourages people to donate 40 minutes of their time to help someone else or to mentor someone in need. Among those who have promised 40 minutes to support a woman in their community are singer Adele, poet Amanda Gorman, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, the wife of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and fashion designer Stella McCartney - all friends of the duke and duchess. Taking to her Instagram Stories, new mother Eugenie, 31, wrote: 'To celebrate dear Meghan's 40th birthday I'm contributing 40 minutes of mentorship to support women reentering the workforce. Taking to her Instagram Stories, new mother Eugenie, 31, wrote: 'To celebrate dear Meghan's 40th birthday I'm contributing 40 minutes of mentorship to support women reentering the workforce'...
    "The View" co-host Meghan McCain claimed Thursday that she offered to assist President Joe Biden's administration with outreach on coronavirus vaccination rates in an effort to convince more people who identify as Republicans to get vaccinated.  During a discussion on vaccination rates, the lone Republican on the program told her co-hosts that it was "intellectually dishonest" to blame vaccine hesitancy solely on the GOP, a group reportedly with higher rates of immunization skepticism. McCain said the Biden administration hadn't accepted and didn't care about her offer of support. FOX NEWS POLL: 1 IN 5 VOTERS REJECT VACCINE, CONCERN ABOUT CORONAVIRUS DROPS "I’ve offered my help. They haven’t accepted it. They don’t care. They need to find some Republican that’s good enough to help them with outreach," McCain said.  Vaccine hesitancy, ‘The View" co-host stressed, is not just a Republican problem. She expressed disapproval with the Biden administration's outreach to not just conservatives but several other groups. "I think everyone should get vaccinated. We have been all saying this. As different as our political opinions are, everyone on this show believes...
    Meghan Markle already has a special gift she revealed in 2015 that she's going to pass down to her daughter. Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images OB Dr. Gowri Motha, founder of the Gentle Birth Method, supported Meghan Markle's birth via phone.  The "childbirth pioneer" helps women prepare for birth physically, mentally, and emotionally.  Recordings of her soothing voice are available for parents-to-be before, during, and after birth. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When Meghan Markle delivered her baby girl Lilibet Diana last month in California, Dr. Gowri Motha supported her via phone from London.  The long-time obstetrician, who's worked with other high-profile clients including Elle McPherson and Gwyneth Paltrow, is the creator of "The Gentle Birth Method." The program helps parents-to-be experience "joyous" and "buoyant" pregnancies and births, and deliver calm babies, Motha told Insider.  The human voice, she said, is a key part of her process — and Motha's is available for anyone to listen to before and during labor.  Motha's method focuses on being physically, mentally, and emotionally fit for birth  When Motha witnessed her first birth in...
    Kate Middleton is 'not the type to get het up' in Oprah fallout and is just trying to help 'bring the family back together and alleviate her husband's stress and sadness,' a source has claimed.   The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, may not be attending the unveiling of Princess Diana's statue at Kensington Palace on Thursday, but she is playing a pivotal role behind the scenes, according to royal expert Camilla Tominey.   During an explosive chat with Oprah Winfrey in March, Meghan Markle, 39, claimed Kate made her cry before she married Prince Harry.  'The Duchess hasn't said much about Oprah at all,' one source said, according to the royal expert, writing in The Telegraph. 'I think the bridesmaids' dress comments were the least of anyone's worries. And she's not really the type to get het up about these sorts of things.  'She's just trying to help to bring the family back together and alleviate her husband's stress and sadness.' Kate Middleton is 'not the type to get het up' in Oprah fallout and is just trying to help 'bring the...
    The Duchess of Sussex has famously bemoaned the ‘men in grey suits’ – faceless courtiers who supposedly run Royal life. Now, though, Harry and Meghan have assembled their own team of backstairs advisers to help them win the transatlantic briefing war.  Known as the LA Spin Machine, they are prolific in their dealings with the press, ensuring that the Sussex point of view is ever-present in British and US media. So prolific, in fact, that the Queen and Buckingham Palace have been driven to respond. As revealed in last week’s Mail on Sunday, the Palace has abandoned its policy of ‘never complain, never explain’ and is now determined to correct any ‘mistruths’ that distort the Queen’s private conversations or those of other senior Royals. This very significant change of heart followed competing claims over whether or not Harry and Meghan had sought the Queen’s permission to call their new daughter Lilibet – Her Majesty’s childhood name. The Sussexes’ advisers are described, with typical hyperbole, as part of ‘a rapidly expanding team that’s deeply dedicated to advancing systemic cultural change and supporting...
    IT is wonderful news that Meghan and Harry have a baby sister for Archie. The arrival of a healthy little Lilibet Diana is especially welcome because Meghan previously suffered a miscarriage. 3Harry's decision to call his newborn Lilibet Diana will finally help him heal, says Angela LevinCredit: Splash Meghan says their baby girl is more than the Duke and Duchess of Sussex “could have imagined”, very touching. And the choice of names could be Harry’s way of reminding everyone that his daughter is a Royal. More than that, choosing the middle name Diana will be heaven for Harry because I believe it will help him heal. Harry is still tormented by the last phone conversation he had with Diana prior to her death in August 1997. While Diana was away in France, he and brother Prince William were in Scotland with the Queen and other members of the Royal Family. 'CHANCE TO HEAL' On the day Diana telephoned...
    MEGHAN Markle reportedly introduced Prince Harry to "ancestral healing" which he claimed will help him "break the cycle of genetic pain". The Duke, 36, claimed his dad Charles, 72, “suffered” due to his upbringing by the Queen and Philip, then “treated me the way he was treated”. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest updates 5Meghan Markle reportedly introduced Prince Harry to 'ancestral healing'Credit: AFP 5Meghan reportedly started using 'tapping therapy' after watching the documentary 'Heal'Credit: Apple TV+ 5Meghan also reportedly uses Reiki therapy, a Japanese alternative medicineCredit: BackGrid A source close to Meghan told DailyMail.com: "Meghan is the one who introduced Harry to the term ancestral healing. "She said she learned about generational trauma from her mumm who started taking her to weekly services at Agapé International and credits its founder Michael Beckwith for teaching her about spirituality. "'Meghan said both she and Harry come from a long lineage of pain and suffering, generations of genetic baggage and that it's now up to them to break the cycle once and for all." Meghan reportedly also started...
    Prince Harry has received praise from fans and advocates for mental health by recently opening up to Oprah Winfrey about how he sought therapy to deal with his long repressed feelings of grief and anger, stemming from the 1997 death of his mother Princess Diana. Harry, Kate and William. (Alistair Grant / AFP Getty)  But Harry’s story about seeking therapy for his grief isn’t new. He’s also revised some key details since he first shared this information in 2017, possibly to fit the narrative of his new post-royal life in America with wife Meghan Markle. Harry has apparently shifted his timeline for getting help. More questionable, he has totally excised his estranged brother Prince William from any role in urging him to get help. Harry has fully given that credit instead to Meghan. By changing his story on this one issue, Harry has opened himself up to yet more criticism that he’s being less than genuine in his headline-grabbing interviews — and that he and Meghan are trying to build their global brand by having him continue to talk about...
    The Me You Can't See director Dawn Porter has told how Prince Harry 'volunteered' to go through therapy on camera and was 'game for trying something' to help his mental wellness.  The American documentary filmmaker, who is known for her works including Trapped and Gideon's Army, has revealed how she convinced the Duke of Sussex, 36, and Oprah Winfrey to open up in the new five-part AppleTV+ docuseries and what led the royal to go through therapy on film.   Speaking to Town and Country magazine, Dawn, who says she already knew a lot about what the royal was doing to maintain his mental wellbeing, said: 'Harry he volunteered, he was game for trying something.  'And we thought well, we have the opportunity to film this [therapy] and maybe this is something that will work for some people, maybe it won't, but the idea is that you don't tick a box and you're done, mental wellness is an ongoing pursuit.' 'You have to continue to try new things and to push yourself, and his volunteering to try something was a great way to emphasize and...
    PRINCE Harry has insisted that the Oprah interview was done "compassionately" to leave room for reconciliation with his family. The Duke said that he was speaking the "truth" in a way that he hopes will allow healing after the explosive interview in March. ???? Read our Royal Family live blog for the latest updates 5Speaking about the explosive interview in March, the Duke said he hopes there's a chance for reconciliation with his familyCredit: Enterprise 5Since the Oprah interview 10 weeks ago, Prince Harry and Meghan have released strings of bombshells about royal lifeCredit: CBS Documentary The Me You Can't See comes just ten-and-a-half weeks after Harry and Meghan's Oprah interview aired - but features a new slew of complaints at the royals. And this comes after William allegedly "can't tolerate" how Meghan treated Kate Middleton as the royal rift deepens. In the new footage, the Duke also touched on his "authentic" interview with Oprah in March - and he believes there is still an opening for healing with his family despite the bombshells. Prince Harry said: "I like to...
    The idea that you can process severe trauma by tapping your hands and moving your eyes might sound a little outlandish even to those with a firm belief in the benfits of psychoanalysis and talking therapies.  But EMDR, which Prince Harry praised for helping him process his past, has a host of celebrity fans from Kate Garraway to Mel B and Jameela Jamil who claim it quite literally saved their lives after suffering PTSD.  The principle of EMDR, which stands for Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing, is that the mind can heal from trauma by using external stimuli to help the brain process the traumatic experience and facilitate healing. Experts have compared it to the physical practice of removing a foreign object from a wound to help it heal, and in the UK, EMDR is recognised as a treatment for PTSD by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and is offered on the NHS. During sessions, a client will be asked to hold different aspects of a memory in their mind. They are then encouraged to use their...
    The Duke of Sussex speaking in "The Me You Can't See." Apple/YouTube Prince Harry said the royals didn't help Meghan when she received racist press treatment. Harry spoke about the experience in the mental-health documentary series "The Me You Can't See." The duke said he assumed his family would help, but he was met with "total silence" instead. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Duke of Sussex said he received "total silence" from the royal family when Meghan Markle struggled with racist treatment from the British media. Prince Harry spoke in the mental-health documentary series "The Me You Can't See" about how the press and social media trolls affected Markle's mental health during her time as a working royal. The series, for which Harry serves as co-creator and executive producer alongside Oprah Winfrey, is available to stream on Apple TV Plus from May 21. "Within the first eight days of our relationship being made public was when they said, 'Harry's girl is (almost) straight outta Compton' and that her 'exotic DNA will be thickening the royal...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in October 2019. Pool/Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty Images Prince Harry said he decided to get therapy after an argument with Meghan.  Harry said he knew he was "going to lose" Meghan if he didn't get help. The duke detailed his experiences in "The Me You Can't See," a new mental-health documentary series. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Prince Harry told Oprah Winfrey that the fear of losing Meghan Markle is what encouraged him to seek therapy. Winfrey asked Harry whether there was a single moment or series of experiences that led him to get professional help during the second episode of the mental-health documentary series, "The Me You Can't See." He responded: "It was only when a couple of people close to me started to say, 'This isn't normal behavior, perhaps you should look into this, perhaps you should seek help.' "And immediately, I was like, 'I don't need help.' And of course, looking back, in hindsight, it's all about timing," he said. Prince Harry appears in "The Me You Can't See"...
    Prince Harry revealed an argument with then-girlfriend Meghan Markle was what pushed him to get therapy. In candid interviews with Oprah Winfrey on his new Apple TV show, The Me You Can't See, the Duke of Sussex, 36, said he realised he could 'lose the woman he could see spending the rest of his life with' if he didn't 'fix' himself. Harry told how he had tried drugs and alcohol to numb his pain, not realising at the time that was what he was doing, and when people close to him told him to seek help, he would say he did not need help. It wasn't until he met Meghan, he said in the second episode, that he decided he needed help. He's now been in therapy for four years. Prince Harry revealed an argument with then-girlfriend Meghan Markle was what pushed him to get therapy 'I saw GPs. I saw doctors. I saw therapists. I saw alternative therapists. I saw all sorts of people, but it was meeting and being with Meghan,' he explained.  'I knew that if...
    MEGHAN Markle only resisted suicide because she didn't want Harry to "lose another woman in his life", he has revealed. The Duke of Sussex, 36, spoke about Meghan's struggles with mental health as well as his own in the documentary The Me You Can't See. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest updates Harry spoke about Meghan's struggles with mental health as well as his own Prince Harry's new documentary with Oprah Winfrey was released today Meghan revealed during a high-profile interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year that her mental health suffered while she was living in the UK and that she was not given the help she needed when she reportedly felt suicidal.   The duke told Oprah in the new doc that what stopped his wife from giving in to suicidal thoughts was how "unfair" it would be to him after the death of his mum Princess Diana in 1997. "The thing that stopped her from seeing it through was how unfair it would be on me after everything that had happened to my mum...
    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are taking the opportunity on Archie’s second birthday to push a vaccine drive across the globe. A message posted to the Archewell website for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s foundation encouraged visitors to "join us in advocating for vaccine equity" especially in impoverished countries where "distribution has effectively yet to start." "Too many families are still struggling with the impact of this pandemic," the royal pair explain in their memorandum. "While some places are on the verge of healing, in so many parts of the world, communities continue to suffer," Markle and Harry described. "As of today, around 80% of the nearly one billion Covid-19 vaccine shots that have been given were administered in wealthier countries." MEGHAN MARKLE WRITES CHILDREN’S BOOK, ‘THE BENCH,’ INSPIRED BY PRINCE HARRY, THEIR SON ARCHIE Meghan Markle and Prince Harry with their son Archie when he was four months old as they meet with Archbishop Desmond Tutu at the Tutu Legacy Foundation in Cape Town on Sep. 25, 2019. (Getty) "While we may feel that normalcy is around the corner,...
    A GOOD Samaritan in his 30s has been stabbed to death after trying to help another man. The victim was attacked in Laindon, Essex, at 9.30pm on Sunday and three boys and two girls, aged between 13 and 16, have been arrested. 2A Good Samaritan was attacked in Laindon, Essex, at 9.30pm on SundayCredit: UkNewsinPictures 2Essex Police said the man was going to the aid of another victim in LaindonCredit: UkNewsinPictures Cops have said the victim was killed “going to the aid of another man” leaving a “family broken apart”. He was found with stab wounds and died at the scene despite the efforts by paramedics. Detective Chief Superintendent Steve Jennings, of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate, said: “Our enquiries have led us to believe the victim was going to the aid of another man. “As a result, he lost his life during an altercation which ensued with a group of young people not directly known to him. “It is a tragic loss of life and we are continuing to appeal for the public’s help. “We are really...
    PRINCE WILLIAM cannot tolerate how his sister-in-law Meghan Markle has treated Kate Middleton, a senior royal source has claimed. The Duke of Cambridge reportedly felt that his wife Kate tried to help Meghan at the beginning but that it was "never enough". 3William 'can't tolerate' how Meghan has tried Kate. Pictured: The 'Fab Four' watching the Flypast to commemorate Royal Air Force Centenary on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in 2018Credit: Splash News 3In the bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan claimed that it was Kate that made her cry, not the other way aroundCredit: Getty Speaking to the Mail Online a senior royal insider said how although there was much made of the troubles between Kate and Meghan, the biggest strain now exists between the Duchess of Sussex and William The main issue between the in-laws, according to the insider, is how Meghan has treated Kate and how her efforts to the new royal were "constantly misinterpreted". "First and foremost, William cannot countenance the way Meghan has treated his wife," the source said. "He feels Kate tried at the...
    MEGHAN Markle's absence from Prince Philip's funeral could help Harry and William "come together", royal experts have claimed. The Duchess of Sussex, who is expecting her second child this summer, was advised not to travel to England for the service this weekend due to her pregnancy. * Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest news... 5Prince Harry and Prince William could 'come together' for Prince Philip's funeral as Meghan Markle stays in the US with ArchieCredit: AFP Prince Harry, however, made the 5,400-mile journey back to the UK yesterday to ensure he could be there in time for the Duke of Edinburgh’s farewell at St George’s Chapel, Windsor, on Saturday. It is the first time Harry has been in the UK since last March — and will be the first time he and William have seen each other since his and Meghan's explosive Oprah interview. Speaking of the Duke's return this morning, Royal biographer Penny Junor said: “If any good can come out of the Duke of Edinburgh’s death this could be one of those things." She added:...
    PRINCE Philip's comforting words to William and Harry to help them cope with Princess Diana's funeral have emerged after the Duke's death. Diana died in August 1997, when William and Harry were just 15 and 12 respectively. ???? Read our live blog for the very latest news on Prince Philip's death... 7Diana died in August 1997, when William and Harry were just 15 and 12 respectivelyCredit: Getty - Contributor 7The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince William, Earl Spencer, Prince Harry and Prince Charles following the coffin of Diana to Westminster Abbey for her funeral service in 1997Credit: PA 7Philip helped the brothers through their griefCredit: Alamy Philip, concerned for his grandsons, helped the brothers through their grief. William and Harry were staying with their dad Prince Charles, Philip and the Queen at Balmoral in Aberdeenshire at the time of Diana's death in Paris. He showed his support by walking alongside the boys at Diana's funeral. Royal author Ingrid Seward said William was reluctant to join his dad and uncle Charles Spencer, but Philip reportedly said: "I'll walk if you walk"....
    PIERS Morgan demanded Meghan Markle to "name royals who rejected her requests for help after claiming she was suicidal." The former Good Morning Britain host promised before the interview that aired on Monday he would "go nuclear" in his "tell-all" to Fox Nation. ???? Follow our Piers Morgan's live blog for all the latest on his interview with Tucker Carlson tonight... 7The interview with Tucker Carlson was aired on MondayCredit: FOX 7Piers Morgan has slammed Meghan Markle in his 'tell-all' interviewCredit: Reuters 7On the same day Piers quit, the outspoken TV host stormed off after becoming engaged in a row with co-star Alex BeresfordCredit: ITV Piers, 56, came under fire for his comments about not believing Meghan's claim she had been turned away from the Palace when she asked for help following suicidal thoughts. "You're accusing two people in the palace of being unspeakably cruel simply to protect the brand of the Royal family, if that is true let's have the names of these people and let's go to them and ask them is this true," Piers told Carlson. "'Did you tell...
    The Great Depression led to many of the hobbies we enjoy now. The pandemic created a whole host of new ones America sees lowest congregation rates in history © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Meghan Markle won't return to the UK 'if she can help it' after her 'monarchy bashing' interview with Oprah Winfrey caused her to lose the respect and adoration of the British people, a royal expert has claimed.  Prince Harry, 36, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, moved to California last year after quitting as senior members of the Firm.  According to Anna Pasternak, the couple 'didn't stay [in the UK] long enough' and Britons now feel 'betrayed' after being initially eager to embrace former actress Meghan because she 'wasn't an aristocrat' but an 'ambitious, wonderful woman'. Speaking to Fox News, Pasternak said she cannot see the Duchess every becoming a 'loved and cherished member of the Royal Family with the unified respect and adoration of the British people'.  'Sadly... I think that ship has sailed,' she claimed. 'Will Meghan Markle return to the UK? My speculative answer would...
    Meghan Markle won't return to the UK 'if she can help it' after her 'monarchy bashing' interview with Oprah Winfrey caused her to lose the respect and adoration of the British people, a royal expert has claimed.  Prince Harry, 36, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, moved to California last year after quitting as senior members of the Firm.  According to Anna Pasternak, the couple 'didn't stay [in the UK] long enough' and Britons now feel 'betrayed' after being initially eager to embrace former actress Meghan because she 'wasn't an aristocrat' but an 'ambitious, wonderful woman'. Speaking to Fox News, Pasternak said she cannot see the Duchess every becoming a 'loved and cherished member of the Royal Family with the unified respect and adoration of the British people'.  'Sadly... I think that ship has sailed,' she claimed. 'Will Meghan Markle return to the UK? My speculative answer would be no, not if she can help it.'  Royal author Anna Pasternak has said that Meghan Markle (pictured with Harry during their controversial Oprah interview) will not return to the UK 'if she can help...
    KATIE Price has empathised with the Duchess of Sussex over her mental health issues and ongoing public scrutiny. The 42-year-old mum of five also believed "probably wouldn't have looked good" if Meghan Markle had sought professional help while a member of the Royal Family. 6Prince Harry and Meghan Markle sat down for a bombshell interview with Oprah WinfreyCredit: AP The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made bombshell allegations about the Royal Family during their Oprah interview earlier this month. The duchess also told how she "didn’t want to be alive anymore" and had suicidal thoughts during her time as a royal - but was not supported by the institution when she begged for help. "I've been there, I've been there!" Katie admitted. The star checked into The Priory - a private mental health and addiction hospital in London - in 2020 to help after hitting rock bottom. "Well I've been through it and I know, and unfortunately mental health is an illness you can't see on the outside, it's on the inside," she said on the "That's After Life! with Dame Esther Rantzen and Adrian...
    Princess Diana's biographer claims that the royal family has a 'history' of seeking help from professional bodies for psychological issues.  Andrew Morton, who famously penned Princess Diana's blockbuster biography in 1992, revealed that the Queen herself received help with 'breathing and relaxing' during her Annus horribilis in 1992.  He also pointed to Princess Margaret, who reportedly sought the help of a Harley Street psychologist for depression during her ailing marriage to Antony Armstrong Jones in the 1970s.  Appearing on Lorraine today, he admitted that he was 'baffled' by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey in which the Duchess of Sussex claimed concerns about her mental health were ignored. 
    A GoFundMe page that was set up to cover Meghan Markle’s and Prince Harry’s mansion reportedly worth $14.65 million only raised around $110. Anastasia Hanson, 56, told The Sun in a recent report she created the crowdfunding campaign to cover the mortgage of the nine-bedroom, 16-bathroom mansion after hearing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey. In the interview, 36-year-old Prince Harry explained he had been “cut off” financially by the palace after stepping down from royal roles. (RELATED: Meghan Markle And Prince Harry To Have ‘Intimate’ Sit-Down Interview With Oprah) GoFundMe to pay off Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s mortgage goes bust https://t.co/5AwxWSm8iy pic.twitter.com/IXAHFt0W4M — New York Post (@nypost) March 16, 2021 “When they came to the USA, they were without jobs and with limited funds,” added Hanson, who lives close to the royal couple’s estate in swanky Montecito, California.  (RELATED: Meghan Markle’s Rep Denies Former Advisor To The Duchess Filed Bullying Complaint Against Her) “They’ve stated that they’ve had a very rough time, so this fundraiser is a way to give help, compassion, and...
    More On: meghan markle Charlie Hebdo slammed over George Floyd-like image of Queen Elizabeth, Meghan Markle Harry and William will attend Diana memorial together despite royal tensions ‘Nobody cares about the stupid royals, Marjorie Taylor Greene says Biden broke the border and other commentary A GoFundMe page set up to pay off the mortgage on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s $14.6 million California estate has gone bust — after raising a measly $110, a report says. Anastasia Hanson, 56, of California told Britain’s The Sun that she started the fundraising effort because she seriously felt sorry for the multimillionaire royal couple — after Harry publicly whined to Oprah Winfrey about being financially cut off by the Palace. “When they came to the USA, they were without jobs and with limited funds,” said Hanson, who lives about 25 minutes from the princely pair’s palatial estate in swanky Montecito. “They’ve stated that they’ve had a very rough time, so this fundraiser is a way to give help, compassion, and love by paying their home loan in full.” A fundraiser to help...
    A 'fundraising campaign' set up to help Prince Harry and Meghan pay the £11million mortgage on their California home has been closed after raising just £78.64.  The GoFundMe page was set up by Anastasia Hanson, 56, from California, two days after the couple's bombshell Oprah interview and titled 'Harry and Meghan $5 Donation to Buy Home (£3.61)'. Organiser Ms Hanson wrote on the page that the 'jobless' Duke and Duchess of Sussex had been going through a 'very rough time' after having funding for their security and lifestyle pulled by the Royal family, The Sun reports.  The page, which was thought to have been a joke, has since been removed from the website after raising just £78.64 for the cause - Ms Hanson insists the page was not a joke. Speaking during their interview with Oprah, aired last Sunday in the U.S, Prince Harry revealed that the couple had been 'cut off financially' after they stepped down from Royal life abandoning up to £8.4million of funding and services. A fundraising campaign set up to help Prince Harry and Meghan pay the £11million mortgage on...
    Meghan Markle wants to know precisely who’s calling her a bully — and she’s demanding that Buckingham Palace name names. The duchess wants to see all documents, emails, and text messages related to the bullying probe begun against her by the Queen, The Mail on Sunday reported. Meanwhile, both sides of the bullying row appear to be lawyering up. Buckingham Palace is mulling bringing in an independent law firm to investigate the allegations, according to another story in The Sun. MEGHAN MARKLE FOR PRESIDENT? AND OTHER DISPATCHES FROM THE UK'S OPRAH INTERVIEW FALLOUT And the former "Suits" actress and lapsed royal is assembling her own legal team to quash what a source on her side is calling a "calculated smear campaign based on misleading and harmful misinformation," the Mail on Sunday reports. VideoFormer aides of Markle and Prince Harry are eager to help with the probe ordered up last week by the queen. Markle has been accused of creating a toxic work environment and allegedly reducing staffers to tears when she lived at Kensington Palace after marrying Prince Harry in May 2018, according to a Times of...
    A FUNDRAISING page set up by a Californian woman to pay Prince Harry’s £11 million MORTGAGE has been closed after raising just £78.64. Anastasia Hanson, 56, created the crowdfunding campaign 'Harry and Meghan $5 Donation to Buy Home (£3.61)', after the royal moaned to Oprah that he had been financially “cut off” by his family. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest news... 5Meghan Markle and Prince Harry bought their Santa Barbara mansionCredit: BackGrid 5The fundraiser has been launched to help Harry and Meghan But the comical crusade has now been removed after receiving just under £80 in donations. The Duke of Sussex, 36, complained he had to dip into late mum Princess Diana’s huge inheritance during the first quarter of 2020, as he was shunned following Megxit. Hanson said she wanted to help the Duke and Duchess of Sussex get through a "very rough time" with her philanthropic efforts, emphasising it was not a joke. She intended to raise the staggering amount of cash to cover the cost of the couple's mortgage on their megabucks mansion...
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