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    KING Charles is set to make a major update to the royal titles by making his brother Duke of Edinburgh, a source has said. It comes after Charles was said to have wanted Princess Charlotte to take the title as a "fitting way to remember the Queen". 2King Charles is set to make his brother Edward the Duke of Edinburgh according to a sourceCredit: getty 2It was previously reported that Charles might want to give the title to Princess CharlotteCredit: Splash His Majesty’s younger brother Edward had been expected to inherit the Dukedom after Prince Philip’s death last year.  And it has led to months of speculation as to why he withheld it from the Earl of Wessex.  Tensions within the family rose when it appeared that Charles may hand his late father's title to his granddaughter. But according to new reports, the King is said to be keen to make amends with Edward after the "insulting" snub. The brothers are reportedly close, with the monarch said to have relied on Edward's advice while dealing with disgraced Prince Andrew. A source close to Edward told the...
    The late Queen gave Prince Andrew her blessing to use his HRH title in a private capacity after he was ostracised from public life and had his royal patronages stripped away at the height of the Jeffrey Epstein scandal, it has been revealed.  Queen Elizabeth II agreed her son could use the title behind closed doors despite the opposition of palace aides - and he is said to now want the privilege back. The Duke of York has long been angry at his loss of reputation following allegations he sexually abused and raped a teenager, Virginia Giuffre, who was groomed by paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, given that he has never been found guilty in a court of law. Since the death of his mother he is said to be pushing the King for the return of some of his privileges - including the ability to use the HRH title. Prince Andrew is said to want the return of his HRH title, after the Queen allowed him to use it in private, despite having publicly stripped him of the privilege last year...
    The King is said to be keen to make amends with his youngest brother, Edward, Earl of Wessex, following claims that he was to be bypassed for the title of Duke of Edinburgh. It had long been thought that the honour would go to the Prince. But the King has yet to grant it – and well-placed sources said he had discussed whether it might go to Princess Charlotte when she was older. Now, however, sources close to the family say the King has had a change of heart and the title is likely to be created for Edward after all – possibly in March next year when he turns 60. The King (left) is said to be keen to make amends with his youngest brother, Edward (right), Earl of Wessex, following claims that he was to be bypassed for the title of Duke of Edinburgh  Well-placed sources said the King had discussed whether it might go to Princess Charlotte when she was older  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next What Kate and William REALLY eat...
    Meghan Markle was 'more wary' of Prince Harry's memoir release, sources have claimed - as the Duchess was notably absent from his lengthy media tour.  The royal couple typically put on a united front, with Prince Harry making an appearance at the end of his wife's interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021. He has made a number of cameos since, from sitting in the audience with schoolchildren in New York as Meghan promoted her book The Bench, to juggling in the window at the end of her 40th birthday video. 'We're like salt and pepper,' Meghan once said. 'We always move together.'  But as Harry released his explosive memoir Spare, Meghan has been notably absent. Meghan Markle  has been seen far less frequently in the wake of the release of Spare Meghan Markle was 'more wary' of Prince Harry's memoir release, sources have claimed - as the Duchess was notably absent from his lengthy media tour The royal couple typically put on a united front, with Prince Harry making an appearance at the end of his wife's interview with...
    New polling shows there are no winners in the devastating fallout from the release of Prince Harry's memoir Spare, with the Prince and Princess of Wales seeing the biggest loss. The figures suggest less than a quarter of Britons hold a favourable view of Prince Harry - but the royal who has suffered most in public opinion since the furore began is his elder brother Prince William.  The heir to the throne saw his popularity backslide by eight percentage points since December 22, with his wife coming in close behind and tying with Prince Harry at a loss of seven points. Meghan Markle's rating also dropped. It also emerged that less than a quarter of those polled (23 percent) said they planned to read Prince Harry's bombshell new memoirs - which has become the fastest selling non-fiction book ever after selling 750,000 copies in the UK. All of the 'Fab Four'  have seen their ratings drop since Spare was released, but Prince William (second left) has seen the sharpest fall since December  The Duke of Sussex, who has endured a...
    The Princess of Wales looked elegant in a £1,200 Roland Mouret burgundy suit as she stepped out in Hampton Court this afternoon to meet wheelchair rugby players. Kate, 41, looked calm and collected as she arrived at Hampton Court Palace in the wake of a growing fallout from Prince Harry's bombshell memoir, Spare. The mother-of-three turned to one of her favourite brands Roland Mouret for today's engagement, opting for a two-piece suit she previously wore during her tour of Boston last year. While the Princess previously wore her bespoke £750 blazer and £450 trousers with a pink blouse, the mother-of-three braved the cold temperatures today in a thin white knit. The Princess of Wales glowed in a burgundy suit as she arrived at Hampton Court Palace this afternoon RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Following in Diana's footsteps: Prince William meets with... EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Prince Andrew wants his HRH title back... Share this article Share Last month, Kate put on a united front with Zara Tindall, her sister Pippa and daughter Princess Charlotte...
    Prince Harry has been called a 'stupid boy' and told to 'take responsibility' after his confession of killing 25 Taliban was used by Iran to defend its hanging of a British-Iranian citizen. Current and former British military commanders have accused the Duke of Sussex of 'giving ammunition' to Iran's propaganda machine and exploiting his military career for financial gain. In response to UK criticism of its execution of Alireza Akbari, 61, at the weekend, Tehran said Britain was 'in no position to preach' on human rights after the prince's recent admission about killing Taliban in his memoir Spare. One commander said Harry had 'rendered himself a tool for the Tehran regime' while a colonel who served in Afghanistan said Harry should take responsibility for allowing Iran to compare its murder of a political opponent with lawful deaths in armed conflict. Prince Harry has been heavily criticised for confessing to killing 25 members of the Taliban after Iran used him to defend its hanging of a British-Iranian citizen Colonel Richard Kemp (pictured), a former UK military commander in Afghanistan said Harry...
    Prince Harry has revealed Princess Eugenie 'sighed' as she grilled him after his 'awkward' first date with Cressida Bonas, which his cousin had set up. The Duke of Sussex, who has a very close relationship with Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's youngest daughter, revealed in his memoir Spare that his first date with model and actress Cressida had a 'painfully awkward' ending when he clumsily leaned in for a kiss. He admitted he dropped Cressida home and leaned in to kiss her goodnight, but his 'aim was off' leading to a 'graze' rather than a passionate smooch.  Adding to his embarrassment, Harry, now 38, called Eugenie the following day to explain the embarrassing anecdote - only to find Cressida had beaten him to it.   Prince Harry detailed his 'awkward' first date with former girlfriend Cressida Bonas after cousin Princess Eugenie set them up (pictured at a charity event to bring young people together at Wembley Arena in 2014) Prince Harry with Princess Eugenie (centre) and Princess Beatrice (right) during the annual Trooping The Colour ceremony at Buckingham Palace in 2015 RELATED...
    Prince Harry attacked one of the highly trained Scotland Yard protection officers who looked after him, he reveals in Spare. Harry tells a number of stories about ‘Billy the Rock’ – identified by The Mail on Sunday as Sergeant Bill Renshaw – including how he helped Harry escape the paparazzi after leaving nightclubs by letting him jump into the boot of his car before closing the lid on him ‘like a coffin’. Billy was even on duty during Harry’s infamous trip to Las Vegas in 2012. The most astonishing story of their close bond, however, is seen during an episode in which Harry launches a violent attack on Billy as he was working to protect him. During a trip to Paris in 2007, Harry was determined to retrace his mother’s final journey. After visiting the tunnel in which she died, Harry turned on Billy after a night of heavy drinking. Prince Harry attacked one of the highly trained Scotland Yard protection officers who looked after him, he reveals in Spare. The Duke of Sussex is pictured on January 10 during his...
    FIFA has announced that it is launching an investigation into the actions of the Argentina side after they beat France on penalties to win the 2022 World Cup final.  The global governing body has 'opened proceedings' against the Albiceleste for potentially violating several clauses of the FIFA disciplinary code during and after the showpiece event, namely clauses for fairplay and player misconduct.  Argentina World Cup hero Emiliano Martinez has continued his fine form with a brilliant point-blank save against Leeds, with Lionel Messi scoring a stunning goal and showing off his foot work in his first game back for PSG.   FIFA has opened proceedings against Argentina for potential fair play and misconduct breaches RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Reports in Spain claim Lionel Messi is wanted by ANOTHER... Cristiano Ronaldo will face Lionel Messi when he FINALLY... 'An eighth Ballon d'Or incoming': Lionel Messi leaves fans... 'He's still clear of everyone on a World Cup-winning... Share this article Share 1.1k shares FIFA's statement read: The FIFA Disciplinary Committee has opened proceedings...
    The Princess of Wales has 'already moved on' after being left 'baffled' by Prince Harry's claims in his bombshell memoir, Spare, according to reports. Kate, who turned 41 this week, has reportedly 'dismissed' the Duke of Sussex's accusations against her in the book, including that she and Prince William 'stereotyped' Meghan Markle as a 'biracial American actress'. Other accusations levelled at the Princess of Wales included detailed claims about her rift with the Duchess of Sussex, including what Prince Harry said was a text exchange between the couple days before Harry and Meghan's wedding in a now-infamous row about bridesmaid dresses. But the Mirror reports the Princess of Wales remains 'totally immersed' in her royal duties and has been largely unfazed by Harry's claims in the book. The Princess of Wales (pictured visiting the Royal Liverpool University Hospital this week) is said to have 'already moved on' following claims in Prince Harry's memoir which 'baffled' her, according to reports RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Has Prince Harry pressed the self destruct button? 'Deluded'... A...
    Prince Harry’s claim the Army taught him to dehumanise the 25 Taliban he killed has been challenged by his Sandhurst classmates. Speaking exclusively to the Mail, they said the prince was actually taught the exact opposite – that dehumanising and ‘othering’ were completely wrong – while a student at the officer academy. According to other officer cadets, they and Harry were warned such cognitive biases were highly dangerous. The Mail has also obtained Sandhurst’s battlefield ethics syllabus which highlights these risks, using examples such as the killing of a Taliban prisoner by Royal Marine Sergeant Alexander Blackman. Prince Harry’s claim the Army taught him to dehumanise the 25 Taliban he killed has been challenged by his Sandhurst classmates RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Prince Harry denies he 'boasted' about killing 25 Taliban... Harry claims he had to reveal his 25 Taliban kills 'for his... Share this article Share Last night, former colleagues and Sandhurst sources said Harry’s representation of army teaching was ‘wrong by 180 degrees’. Harry attended the Royal Military Academy...
    A former palace aide has demanded a public apology as he believes a quote from Prince Harry's memoir appears to have been misattributed to him. Dickie Arbiter, 82, was press secretary to the late Queen Elizabeth but he is not named in the Duke of Sussex's Spare. However he says a quote in the book could be interpreted as if it was from him, and would like the publisher to apologise. In Spare, Prince Harry discusses the 2020 MailOnline article: 'Make no mistake, it's an insult': Fleet Street's jury say Meghan and Harry can expect 'no mercy' after their stunning decision to 'go rogue' and quit. In which a panel of commentators called the 'Fleet Street's jury' gave their thoughts on Harry and Meghan's decision to step back from royal duties. Prince Harry wrote about his thoughts on the article, he said: 'Among them was the Queen's ex- press secretary, who concluded, with his fellow jurors, that we should here- after "expect no mercy". 'I shook my head. "No mercy". The language of war?' Dickie Arbiter, 82, former press secretary...
    On Sunday night, Prince Harry unleashed fresh bombshells on the Royal Family when he sat down with CBS' Anderson Cooper for a one-hour television special promoting his new memoir Spare.  Rather than filming the tell-all interview at his and Meghan Markle's $14m Montecito mansion, the Duke instead made the one-hour journey to the exclusive San Ysidro Ranch in California. But while ordinary rooms at the Hollywood hideout start from $2,595 per night, the red carpet was rolled out for the royal father-of-two - who made himself at home in the complex's lavish Churchill Cottage. The wartime PM stayed at the Montecito resort for several months in 1912 and JFK also enjoyed multiple vacations at the complex with his wife Jackie Kennedy too. An hour's drive from Los Angeles in the heart of California's wine country, the Hollywood hideout has reportedly played host to Sandra Bullock, Julia Roberts and Gwyneth Paltrow  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Move over Prince Harry! Sarah Ferguson gives new royal... 'Oh my God, I'm going to cry!' Hospital worker is... ...
    Black Lives Matter organiser Imarn Ayton admitted that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'have proven themselves to be liars'. The comments follow the Duke of Sussex's recent media appearances in which he denied accusing the royal family of racism in his interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021. Speaking to ITV earlier this week, Prince Harry said the royal family were guilty of 'unconscious bias' in reference to the claim an unnamed royal expressed 'concern' about Archie's skin colour. When ITV's Tom Bradby said: 'You accused members of your family of racism', Harry snapped back: 'No I didn't. The British press said that. Did Meghan ever mention that they're racist?' While discussing the topic on TalkTV, Ms Ayton conceded the couple have shown themselves to be liars but said they have still contended with bullying and racism. Black Lives Matter organiser Imarn Ayton admitted that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'have proven themselves to be liars' but said they have still suffered from bullying and racism
    Prince Harry sent a fighter jet after his father's car in Norfolk while training for combat in the military, his controversial memoir reveals. The Duke of Sussex writes in Spare of how hard he worked to prepare himself for his tours of Afghanistan, including 'steering jets over marshy flats at ungodly speeds' near the Sandringham residence. In one bizarre tale, he tells how he used a Typhoon to target King Charles and his grey Audi before 'ultimately sparing him' at the last minute. Harry details how he pretended to blow up targets in a practice drill while holed up in a hotel room on the outskirts of King's Lynn. Prince Harry (pictured in Afghanistan in 2008) sent a fighter jet after his father's car in Norfolk while training for combat in the military, his controversial memoir reveals The Duke of Sussex writes in Spare of how hard he worked to prepare himself for his tours of Afghanistan, including 'steering jets over marshy flats at ungodly speeds' near the Sandringham residence. Pictured: A Typhoon RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    A grinning Prince William shook off his brother's barbs as he left Windsor with his Kate today. The Prince of Wales was laughing with his wife and looked relaxed as the couple got back to business as Prince Harry's PR blitz to promote his memoirs appeared to be over. William has at the centre of attacks by his younger sibling, who even claimed in Spare that the heir to the throne attacked him in a blazing row when William called Meghan 'difficult', 'rude' and 'abrasive'. And in Harry's interviews with US and UK broadcasters he continued to hammer his older brother for his role in Megxit, which is said to have left William seething. But he showed no sign of that anger as he chatted happily with the Princess of Wales as they exited the grounds of Windsor Castle. And at around the same time King Charles made his first public engagement since the release of Prince Harry's bombshell memoir, which laid bare the extent of the rift in the Royal Family. Charles is in Aberdeenshire this morning to visit a foodbank and...
    The immediate social media reaction to Prince Harry's interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday night was largely positive, with American viewers declaring: 'He's our Prince now.' The 38-year-old held nothing back as he took aim at the Royal Family during his final interview promoting his tell-all memoir, Spare, but his appearance was praised on Twitter as being 'engaging and relaxed', with one viewer even saying he had the 'charisma of an old school Hollywood star'. Across the pond, however, the reaction to Harry's revelations were less enthusiastic, with many British tweeters telling his American fans: 'You can keep him.' There was plenty of humour in the relaxed sit-down, with the duke taking part in a skit with Tom Hanks, clinking glasses with Colbert as he praised America as a 'great place to live' and saying how much he loves 'beautiful California'. The immediate social media reaction to Prince Harry's interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday night (pictured) was largely positive, with American viewers declaring: 'He's our Prince now.' One Twitter user quoted Harry telling...
    She is a successful society businesswoman and mother-of-five whose children are already forging their own successful paths in life - but now, following the death of King Constantine of Greece, Princess Marie-Chantal can also add Queen to her list.  The fashion designer, 54, married Pavlos in 1995 but despite her husband being Greece's crown prince, he will never take the throne because of the Greek monarchy was deposed and scrapped in 1973. However she's worth an incredible £2billion herself - thanks to a fortune which springs from her American investor father Robert Miller, 83, who is the duty free shopping king of Asia and America after setting up a single shop in Hong Kong in 1960. Here FEMAIL reveals the extraordinary life of Marie-Chantal... She is a successful society businesswoman and mother-of-five whose children are already forging their own successful paths in life - but now, following the death of King Constantine of Greece, Princess Marie-Chantal can also add Queen to her list RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Prince Harry says his ex Chelsy Davy...
    Prince Harry tried to channel his inner joker after days of 'moaning' by swigging tequila and joking with a studio audience in his latest appearance to promote his controversial memoir. In a far more relaxed sit-down than his discussions with Tom Bradby and Anderson Cooper, the Duke of Sussex received huge cheers as he appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert overnight. As hardback copies of his autobiography, Spare, finally hit store shelves yesterday, Harry came under fire from some readers for 'moaning' in his recent publicity blitz as well as in the book itself. But the tone of his latest interview appeared to be much lighter, with the duke making the host laugh at the start of the show by labelling the extra chair next to him in the studio as 'the spare'. Prince Harry tried to channel his inner joker after days of 'moaning' by swigging tequila and joking with a studio audience in his latest appearance to promote his controversial memoir In a far more relaxed sit-down than his discussions with Tom Bradby and Anderson Cooper,...
    Prince Harry has just scored the biggest own goal in publishing history. Spare shines a light on a life of ultimate privilege and opportunity most human beings could only dream of that is blighted by constant paranoia, bitter resentments and downright nastiness towards those who do their best to try and save this man child from himself time and again. I needed to take a wash after reading what is without doubt the most pathetic, self-serving and tone-deaf autobiography ever because of the number of vitriolic and deeply personal swipes he takes at his own flesh and blood. No one is safe. Not even the late Queen, who Prince Harry paints as cold, detached and old-fashioned, rather than a monarch desperately trying to hold her wayward family together for the good of the institution. What's so disturbing is that, even when describing his version of events in such an obviously one-sided manner, it was still clear to me that Harry is in the wrong about almost every menial gripe for which he opines. DAN WOOTTON: I needed to take a wash...
    Prince Harry appears to have bolstered his personal security detail as he promotes his new memoir, which offers the stunning claim that he killed 25 Taliban fighters during the war in Afghanistan. During a visit to Manhattan on Monday for an interview with The Late Show's Stephen Colbert, Harry was escorted from his hotel by three NYPD detectives in plainclothes and two private bodyguards, a witness told DailyMail.com. One of the bodyguards, a British former policeman, was seen carrying a pistol case emblazoned with the logo of Glock, the handgun brand that is popular in both private use and as a police service weapon. Jonathan Wackrow, a former Secret Service agent with experience in presidential and dignitary protection, told DailyMail.com that enhancing the security around Harry and his family is a 'sound decision' given the attention from his book tour and wartime claims. 'Anytime the public profile of individual increases so does the risk. When coupled with detailed claims that could inspire or motivate retaliation, it only worsens a tense situation,' said Wackrow in an email on Tuesday. Prince Harry...
    The Duke of Sussex was today warned about his book and PR blitz making him a figure of fun - especially for Stephen Colbert - as even their favoured reporter Omid Scobie urged him and Meghan to 'move on' from sledging the royals. Prince Harry is the star guest on The Late Show in the US tonight, where its satirist host cracks scathing jokes about the breakdown of his relationship with Prince William, the Queen and the history of the Royal Family. Pr and brand expert Nick Ede told MailOnline that Harry has left himself open to becoming a laughing stock by choosing The Late Show to sell his book, which gives ‘perfect ammunition’ for Colbert. He said: ‘Stephen Colbert is well known for poking fun at his guests and with Harry, he has the perfect ammunition to fire in all directions - at Harry himself and the royal family. ‘The problem with all of the attention that Harry is getting and creating himself is that he’s saturating the market and in doing so diluting his appeal and mystique and inadvertently...
    ROYAL fans are all saying the same thing after Prince Harry moaned about shopping in TK Maxx and IKEA in his memoir. In his bombshell book the Duke of Sussex spoke about bagging a bargain at the high street stores - but regular Brits have slammed the duke for complaining, 2Harry wined in his book that he and Meghan were forced to buy a lamp from IKEA when furnishing their homeCredit: PA 2His bombshell book has been released in the UK todayCredit: AFP In one segment of the memoir Harry says he would shop for his "everyday casual clothes" in TK Maxx and the duke shared his "system" for snagging bargains and optimising his time spent shopping. He wrote: "Each year I received from Pa an official clothing allowance, but that was strictly for formal wear. Suits and ties, ceremonial outfits. For my everyday casual clothes I'd go to TK Maxx, the discount store. "I was particularly fond of their once-a-year sale, when they'd be flush with items from Gap or J Crew, items that had just gone out of...
    Welcome to the MailOnline's liveblog covering the global release of Prince Harry's explosive tell-all memoir, Spare, on Tuesday, January 10.   Tom Cotterill Host commentator 11:09 Revealed: The frosty text row between Meghan and Kate over infamous 'baggy' dress for bridesmaid Princess Charlotte Harry has given his first full account of the infamous bridesmaid dress fitting at the heart of 'Megxit', claiming Princess Charlotte 'cried when she tried it on at home'. Directly referencing his niece – a breach of privacy that is sure to anger his brother William – Harry insists the incident was driven by his sister-in-law Kate, who appeared irritated that it had taken Meghan a day to get back to her about the problem. The disagreement between the two women was, he claims, further exacerbated by Kate's unwillingness to visit Meghan's tailor at Kensington Palace and suggestions that they hold a party for the page boys when his bride-to-be was busy dealing with a row with her father, Thomas Markle. Harry writes that Kate complained: 'Charlotte's dress is too big, too long, too baggy. She cried when...
    Prince Harry has shared some intimate details surrounding the births of his two children in his explosive memoir.  Writing in Spare, the Duke of Sussex, 38, reminisced about the 'chaos' surrounding the birth of his son Archie, on May 6, 2019 at Portland Hospital. He revealed that he ate Nando's chicken, and admitted to hogging his wife's laughing gas while they listened to songs in Sanskrit, and followed recommendations from an Ayurvedic doctor Meghan had consulted.  Harry added he didn't text anyone to announce the birth, and that Meghan and he were back at Frogmore Cottage with Archie within two hours him being born.  The Duke of Sussex, 38, reminisced about the 'chaos' surrounding the birth of his son Archie on May 6th 2019 at Portland Hospital and the bliss of his daughter's Lilibet's birth on June 4th in California. Pictured: Meghan at Frogmore Cottage during her pregnancy with Archie  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Has Prince Harry pressed the self destruct button? 'Deluded'... 'She definitely hadn't googled us': Prince Harry reveals the......
    The Cut branded Prince Harry's upcoming memoir, Spare, as 'pure chaos' while mocking his 'frostbitten penis' and 'shrooms trip' in a scathing Instagram post. The statement from New York Magazine's The Cut comes just five months after Prince Harry's wife, Meghan Markle, posed on the cover of the magazine and sat down with it for a rare, intimate interview - in which she spoke openly about her time as a royal as well as her and Harry's decision to leave the monarchy, After it came out in August, Meghan received fierce fury over her comments, and later admitted that she had been to 'open' and 'trusting' with the interviewer, and that she originally intended to only discuss her and Harry's upcoming projects. Now, The Cut has slammed Harry's new book, which is set to premiere on January 10, however, numerous excerpts leaked last week after it was accidentally released early in Spain. The Cut branded Prince Harry's upcoming memoir, Spare, as 'pure chaos' while mocking his 'frostbitten penis' and 'shrooms trip' in a scathing Instagram post  While sharing an article...
    MEGHAN Markle was sobbing on the floor after a tense text exchange with Princess Catherine over a bridesmaid dress, Prince Harry claimed. And his niece Princess Charlotte also cried when she tried her dress on at home to find it was too big, long and baggy, the Duke of Sussex wrote. 3Meghan Markle was 'sobbing on the floor' over a bridesmaid dress, Prince Harry claimedCredit: AFP 3Princess Catherine had a tense exchange with Meghan over Princess Charlotte's dress, it is claimedCredit: PA 3Charlotte is also said to have cried when she tried her dress on at homeCredit: Getty He said he was "horrified" to find his fiancée so upset but thought emotions were understandably high. He told her: "Kate hadn't meant any harm." But the reference to and intrusion of privacy on his niece, who was born a "spare" like her uncle, is expected to infuriate Prince William. Prince Harry said the bridesmaid furore started with Princess Catherine's frustration that Meghan Markle only replied to her a day after raising the issue of Charlotte's dress. At the time,...
    Prince Harry today declared that he and his wife Meghan Markle will never move back to the UK or become full-time working members of the royal family again - just hours after hinting that the couple will never relinquish their official titles.  Harry, 38, made the dramatic claims in the latest in a line of TV interviews to promote his bombshell new memoir Spare, telling Good Morning America's Michael Strahan that he 'doesn't think it's ever going to be possible' for his family to return to his home country on a permanent basis.  The Duke continued his blistering attacks on the British press, claiming that the media would make his family's lives 'unsurvivable' if they were ever to return to the UK, saying: 'I don't think that even if there was an agreement or an arrangement between me and my family there's that third party [the British press] that's going to do everything they can to make sure that that isn't possible, not stopping us from going back but making it unsurvivable.' Harry and Meghan, 41, relocated from the UK to...
    Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden appeared delighted to hit the slopes with her father today. The royal, 45, grinned as she and King Carl XVI Gustaf, 76, enjoyed a spot of skiing  during the Society and Defence Conference (Folk och Försvar) in the village of Salen. The mother-of-two donned an athletic navy ensemble with some chic ski trousers and a matching pullover, adding a pop of colour with a bubblegum pink beanie, smiling for a photo in the snow. The photo op comes after it emerged her father feeks it 'wasn't fair' that his daughter was made to heir-to-the-throne when a change in succession laws happened in 1980 - stripping his son of his position as King in waiting.  The royal, 45, grinned as she and King Carl XVI Gustaf, 76, enjoyed a spot of skiing during the Society and Defence Conference (Folk och Försvar) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Snow Queen! Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden braves frosty... The heir who BECAME the spare! King of Sweden claims his son... Share this article Share...
    Prince Harry said his military career 'saved him' after the tragic death of his mother, Princess Diana, by helping him 'turn his pain into purpose' - after he revealed he killed 25 Taliban fighters. The Duke of Sussex, 38, served in the Army for 10 years in total, rising to the rank of Captain and undertaking two tours of Afghanistan. During the second tour, he spent four months as an apache helicopter pilot - from September 2012 to January 2013. Now, during his explosive tell-all interview with 60 Minutes, which premiered on Sunday, the former royal called the position his 'calling' and said it 'healed' him following the 'shock' he experienced over the sudden loss of his mom - by giving him a 'purpose larger than himself.'  Prince Harry said his military career 'saved him' after the tragic death of his mother, Princess Diana, by helping him 'turn his pain into purpose' in a new interview with 60 Minutes The Duke of Sussex, 38, served in the Army for 10 years in total , rising to the rank of Captain and...
    Prince Harry today launched another extraordinary attack on King Charles' wife Camilla, branding her 'dangerous' and a 'villain', as he continued his publicity book for his explosive memoir Spare.  The 38-year-old Duke of Sussex to aim at the Queen Consort while speaking with CBS News' 60 Minutes host Anderson Cooper, who questioned Harry about several very damaging allegations he made about Camilla in the book's pages.  Referring back to a 1995 interview in which his mother, Princess Diana, famously referred to Camilla as the 'third person in her marriage', Harry says that this admission turned the now-Queen Consort into a 'villain', adding: 'She needed to rehabilitate her image.'  According to Harry - who also reveals in his book that he and William 'begged' their father not to marry Camilla - this desire to transform her public image made her 'dangerous'.  He accuses his step-mother of 'trading information' with the press in an attempt to get more positive stories written about herself, before sensationally suggesting that her 'connections' with the media would end up with 'people or bodies left in the...
    Prince Harry today insisted his family had 'shown no willingness to reconcile' as he launched another series of barbs at them in a tell-all TV interview.  Speaking in a 90-minute sit-down on ITV with his friend, Tom Bradby, the Duke of Sussex said he had 'written letters and sent emails' to his relatives but had been told 'no, you are imagining it'.  He adds: 'I want reconciliation, but first there needs to be some accountability. You can't just continue to say to me that I'm delusional and paranoid when all the evidence is stacked up, 'I was genuinely terrified about what's gonna happen to me. And then we have a 12-month transition period, and everyone doubles down. My wife shares her experience. And instead of backing off, both the institution and the tabloid media in the UK doubled-down.' Prince Harry sat down tonight for her first primetime interview to promote his memoir, Spare  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next HARRY INTERVIEW LIVE: Prince Harry unloads on ITV as... Harry and Meghan's 25-page rebuttal of bullying claims:......
    Prince Harry has recounted how his appearance as best man for Prince William at the 2011 Royal wedding was ‘all for show’. And now friends of the warring brothers also suggest the same strategy may have been deployed during Harry’s wedding in 2018. A source told The Mail on Sunday: ‘There have long been rumours in Harry’s circle that there was another best man, in secret. William was the public-facing best man but not the sole best man, nor the true best man in Harry’s eyes.’ Harry had several ushers on his big day, including his fellow polo-player Jack Mann and his closest friend Charlie van Straubenzee, brother of Prince William’s best friend Thomas. Prince William and Prince Harry at the Duke of Sussex's wedding to Meghan Markle. Friends of Harry have now suggested there was 'another best man' other than William at the wedding Friends of the warring brothers have now said that Prince Harry similarly had 'another best man' hinting that his fellow polo-player Jack Mann took on the role of top Usher Prince William and his wife Kate...
    Prince Harry could be barred from the US and has put visa 'at risk' after admitting about his illicit drug usage, immigration experts have warned. The Duke of Sussex, 38, confessed to doing cocaine, smoking cannabis and taking hallucinogenic mushrooms in his upcoming memoir. Typical applicants would be denied a visa over their history with illegal substances, but US authorities note entry into the country is granted on a 'case-by-case' basis. It is unclear if Harry, who moved to California with his wife Meghan Markle in 2020, detailed his drug use on his visa application. Immigration experts warn that if he 'lied' about his past, the Duke could have his visa revoked. Prince Harry could be barred from the US and has put visa 'at risk' after admitting about his illicit drug usage, immigration experts have warned. The Duke of Sussex is pictured drinking in Belize in March 2012 Harry (pictured with his wife) moved to California with Meghan Markle in 2020. Most applicants with a history of drug use would be denied American visas, however immigration decisions are made on a 'case-by-case'...
    Prince Harry wanted to kill his bombshell memoir after visiting the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. It is claimed Harry, 38, was told there would be “no way back” if biography Spare was published while his granny Queen Elizabeth was alive.  2Prince Harry wanted to kill his bombshell memoir after visiting the UK for the Queen’s Platinum JubileeCredit: Getty 2Harry was told there would be 'no way back' if biography Spare was published while his granny Queen Elizabeth was aliveCredit: AP The team at publisher Penguin Random House working on the project were reportedly told : “He’s pulled it. "He doesn’t want to do it”.  A source who worked on the title told The Times: “The book was all ready to go but after visiting his grandmother he had second thoughts.  “That was such a dark day. “Everyone had been working so hard on this project in utmost secrecy – and with the expectation this would turn out to be one of the biggest and most historic books we would ever get to publish. “And then, just after...
    Prince Harry has been written out of King Charles' Coronation script, it was claimed today, as royal insiders said Prince William is 'burning with anger' amid the bombshell revelations in the Duke of Sussex's memoirs. In his new tell-all autobiography Spare, Harry made a series of sensational claims about his brother and father, describing the Prince of Wales as his 'arch-nemisis' and accusing the King of being worried he would be 'overshadowed' by Meghan's Hollywood star power. The Royal Family has thus far remained silent on the matter, refusing to respond to the Duke's incendiary anecdotes, but the Sunday Times today said a royal source claimed Harry has been omitted from the proceedings of King Charles' upcoming Coronation in May. 'Prince Harry has been written out of the script for the Coronation, with no official role in the service if he attends. Breaking with tradition, Charles will scrap royal dukes kneeling and paying homage to the monarch. Only William will perform that role,' the paper's Royal Editor tweeted.  'As things stand, there is no role for Harry in the service,'...
    Prince Harry has made several revelations in his memoir Spare - including that he first took cocaine at the age of 17 and also experimented with magic mushrooms. He revealed being offered the class A drug while at someone's house during a shooting trip. While the revelations have shocked some royal fans, it was no secret that, before marrying and becoming a father-of-two, Harry had a reputation for being something of a party animal. He also had an on-and-off smoking habit, which he was reported to have given up when he met Meghan. With reports of booze-fuelled trips abroad and often pictured at now-closed Kensington club Mahiki, the Duke of Sussex was the ultimate royal party boy. Prince Harry reveals in his memoir that he first took cocaine when he was just 17 years old - but while he has now settled down as a married father-of-two, stories of his party animal days are not new for royal fans as he was often pictured on boozy nights out in his teens and twenties. Pictured: Prince Harry at Chinawhite club) RELATED...
    The Taliban have expressed their fury after Prince Harry revealed he killed 25 enemy 'chess pieces' during his deployment in Afghanistan, in his tell-all memoir Spare. Speaking to MailOnline, the militants taunted the Prince, saying they had the last laugh over the West and the 'big mouth loser' Duke of Sussex - who 'fled to his grandmother's palace' - by recapturing the country in 2021. The Taliban said while their Mujaheddin 'chess pieces' are the ultimate victors of the conflict, Harry is struggling to maintain a place in the Royal Family, in response to the claims made in the soon-to-be-released book. The angry response from the Taliban followed criticism of the Duke from military veterans and MPs for his battleground revelations, with one calling his writing a 'betrayal of the people he fought alongside'. Members of the Taliban have expressed their fury over Prince Harry's claims that he killed 25 'chess pieces' during his second deployment in Afghanistan. The Duke of Sussex undertook two tours of Afghanistan. In his memoir, he says he did not think of those killed 'as...
    Prince Harry has revealed his final words to his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II when he was taken to see her body after she died, among a host a host of other revelations in his autobiography Spare. The Duke of Sussex travelled to Balmoral to see his grandmother on September 8 last year when new broke of her ill health, but he did not arrive in time before she died. Now, he has revealed his parting words to the monarch, Page Six reports. He said he whispered his hope 'she would be happy' and reunited with his grandfather Prince Philip, who died a year previously aged 99. Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Queen Elizabeth II at the Queen's Young Leaders Awards Ceremony at Buckingham Palace in June 2018 Prince Harry (pictured centre) with his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, grandfather Prince Philip and brother Prince William at the wedding of Lady Tamara Katherine Grosvenor & Edward Van Cutsem in 2004 He also revealed in the book, which comes out on January 10, that he 'admired her for having...
    PRINCE Harry's biographer says he is unrecognisable compared to the man she once knew. Angela Levin spent fifteen months with the Duke when she was writing Harry: Conversations with the Prince in 2018. 7Harry has change beyond recognition, Angela Levin saidCredit: PA 7Ms Levin spent 15 months with the Duke when writing Harry: Conversations with the Prince in 2018Credit: Rex But following the release of Harry's explosive memoir Spare, Ms Levin says the once "intuitive" man who "understood people" is long gone. The Royal Family expert told The Sun Online: "He's completely different in every possible way. "How many betrayals can you have? It's one after the other. "It's a betrayal, it's a huge betrayal." Ms Levin added how she believes Harry's views of his father King Charles have changed markedly, too. She suggested: "I remember him saying about his father feeling the loss [Diana] just as they were, in a slightly different way, he's been there to look after us and protect us. "He and William put on a birthday party, Harry was full of praise [about his...
    Prince Harry has been criticised by military veterans after he revealed in his memoirs that he killed 25 Taliban fighters in Afghanistan. Former Royal Marine Ben McBean, who Harry hailed as a 'hero' after he lost an arm and a leg in a bomb blast during the war, urged the Duke to 'shut up', while Colonel Bob Stewart - a Tory MP who commanded British troops in Bosnia - slammed the comments as 'distasteful'.    Mr McBean tweeted today: 'Love you #PrinceHarry but you need to shut up! Makes you wonder the people he's hanging around with. If it was good people somebody by now would have told him to stop.' Meanwhile, the MP for Beckhenham told MailOnline of Harry's comments: 'I wonder why he is doing such things. Real soldiers tend to shy away... People I know don't boast about such things. They rather regret that they have had to do it.' Former Royal Marine Ben McBean, who Harry hailed as a 'hero' after he lost an arm and a leg in a bomb blast during the war, urged the...
    Prince Harry has suggested that his late grandmother the Queen took something of a final swipe at Edward VIII and his American socialite wife Wallis Simpson by 'exiling' them in the Royal Burial Ground and burying them 'away from everyone else' - 36 years after the former King 'renounced the crown for love'.  Harry, 38, whose own exit from the royal family along with his Los Angeles-born wife Meghan Markle has been compared to Edward and Wallis' experiences on a number of occasions, suggests in the opening pages of his explosive memoir Spare that his grandmother made the decision to bury the couple in a distant spot as a 'last scolding'. Recalling a moment when he found himself alone in the Royal Cemetery at Frogmore while waiting for a meeting with his brother William and his father Charles, Harry described the site as the 'final resting place for so many of us including... the controversial Wallis Simpson. As well as her double controversial husband Edward, who was King and my great-great uncle.' He continues: 'After giving up the throne for...
    Prince Harry has claimed he 'didn't know P*** was an insult' when he notoriously used the racial slur to describe a fellow soldier from Pakistan.  In an extract from his upcoming autobiography Spare, the Duke of Sussex said he 'heard many people use the word' as a child and 'had not seen anyone wince or get upset' and that he had not considered them to be racist.  He added: 'And I didn't know anything about unconscious biases either. I was twenty-one years old, I had grown isolated from the real world and wrapped in privilege, and I believed that word was the same as 'Yankee.' Harmless.'  In 2009, Harry apologised after footage emerged of him using the slur to describe his Sandhurst colleague Ahmed Raza Khan. Harry said he had used the term without malice after the recording, taken in 2006, was released.  Prince Harry and Ahmed Raza Khan during The Sovereign's Parade at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst, April 2006. Prince Harry has claimed he 'didn't know P*** was an insult' when he notoriously used the racial slur to...
    EAGLE-eyed royal fans think they have spotted a hole in Prince Harry's story about his brother "knocking him to the floor". In his imminent memoir, the Duke of Sussex alleges William grabbed him by the collar and sent him crashing down on top of a dog bowl during a row about Meghan Markle. 5Prince Harry has accused his brother of physically attacking him during a row about Meghan MarkleCredit: Getty - Contributor 5Harry claims William 'knocked him to the floor' on top of his dog's bowl, potentially the one picturedCredit: Pixel8000 5Harry claims he was left with a visible injury following the argumentCredit: AP Harry, 38, claims he was left with a visible injury after the bowl cracked under his weight. But followers of the Firm have discovered a photo which suggest it was made of stainless steel and therefore wouldn't have been able to shatter. One person wrote on Twitter: "Can someone tell me how a stainless dog bowl got smashed in Harry’s cottage? "If anything his head would have took a real bang on the...
    Prince Harry claims he called his therapist before speaking to his wife Meghan after being 'knocked to the floor' by his brother William during a furious row, and it's perhaps no surprise given his long history of analysis and alternative therapies.  The Duke of Sussex, 38, who lives with Meghan Markle and their two children in Montecito, California, started to see therapist after 'total chaos' in his late 20s, before undergoing a further five year analysis after meeting Meghan.   Since moving to the US in 2020, Harry has experimented with different styles, including EMDR therapy, which aims to help someone come to terms with trauma. In his and Meghan's explosive Netflix documentary, which was released last December, the couple could also be seen taking part in an emotional guided meditation exercise.  As Prince Harry has reportedly claimed in an extraordinary extract from his upcoming book, Spare, that he called his therapist after a violent row between him and his brother in 2019, Femail looks at the royal's longstanding relationship with therapy. Harry, 38, and Meghan Markle, 41, who live in...
    Prince Harry says he called his therapist after being physically attacked by his brother William following a heated argument, according to an extraordinary excerpt from his new book. The Duke of Sussex is set to claim in his memoir, Spare, that his older sibling left him with visible injuries after a furious row over his wife Meghan Markle, in which Harry accused him of 'parroting the press narrative' about her. The explosive incident, during which William reportedly called the Duchess 'difficult', 'rude' and 'abrasive' is alleged to have taken place at Harry's London home in 2019. In one section of the book, which doesn't come out until next week, Harry claims immediately following the argument he called his therapist instead of his wife. Prince Harry, pictured here doing exercises in a therapy session, claims he called his therapist after a physical bust-up with his brother William The Duke of Sussex claims in his new book that he was 'knocked to the floor' by William during a row over his wife, Meghan Markle. Pictured: The brothers at the funeral procession of...
    PRINCE Harry claims his brother "knocked him to the floor" during an argument about Meghan Markle. In his upcoming book Spare, Harry says The Prince of Wales called Meghan "rude" and "difficult" during a row. 4Prince Harry claims his brother attacked him in his new bookCredit: AFP 4Harry's explosive book Spare will be released next weekCredit: AP Harry alleges William "grabbed me by the collar, ripping my necklace, and … knocked me to the floor", reports the Guardian. The Duke of Sussex, 38, claims he was left with a visible injury to his back following the argument in 2019 at Nottingham Cottage in London, where he was living at the time. Harry says William was already angry when he arrived wanting to talk about their deteriorating relationship. According to Harry, it turned into a shouting match as William complained about his wife Meghan, calling her "rude" and "abrasive". Harry accused his brother of repeating the press narrative before William insisted he was trying to help. The Duke of Sussex responded: "Are you serious? Help me? Sorry – is that what you...
    Prince Harry has claimed his brother William grabbed him by the collar and threw him to the floor during a heated argument over his wife Meghan Markle.  In an extraordinary excerpt from his upcoming autobiography Spare, Harry recalls what he describes as a physical attack by his sibling, now the Prince of Wales, which he claims left him with visible injuries.  The furious row allegedly broke out at his London home in 2019, during which William is said to have branded Meghan 'difficult', 'rude' and 'abrasive'.  Harry accused his brother of 'parroting the press narrative' about his wife before a screaming match ensued, ending in a physical altercation.  Prince Harry has claimed his brother William grabbed him by the collar and threw him to the floor during a heated argument over his wife Meghan Markle RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Please boys, don't make my final years a misery': Charles's... EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: One of Harry's most serious bones of... Share this article Share The extract has been published by the Guardian. It...