Royal Family LIVE: Meghan and Harry issued brutal warning over future business projects

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry mocked by Gutfield on Fox News

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Daniela Elser notes that the Sussexes have so many different projects going on that they have no time for themselves. Their companies include the adorably named Peca Publishing ( meaning freckle in Spanish) and Hampshire LLC ( named after the county where they reportedly enjoyed a ‘babymoon’ in 2019′. Ms Elser, commenting on the couple’s ventures in the New Zealand Herald, said: “Harry and Meghan might now be the proud owners of a home with 16 toilets, a coop full of the world’s most famous chickens and companies galore but one thing that could be in very short supply? Free time.”


What is the Queen’s plan for if she gets ‘very unwell’

The Queen’s plan for if she becomes ‘very unwell’ has been revealed by a royal expert. 

Dr Ed Owens, told that the plans date back to the reign of King George III.

He said: “If she was to become very unwell, it might be that Elizabeth II essentially ‘retires’ from all public roles, handing over power and leadership of the monarchy to her successor as part of what is termed a ‘regency’.

“There is more recent precedent for this going back to the late 18th Century when George III’s eldest son ruled as his proxy due to the monarch’s ill health.”

Why the Queen wears bright coloured outfits

When the Queen is on public engagement, she can usually be seen wearing bright colours, such as yellow or pink.

In his biography of the Queen royal commentator Robert Hardman claimed that the Queen once made a joke about not being able to wear beige. 

He said: “My favourite remark she ever said was, ‘I can never wear beige because nobody will know who I am’.”

In the documentary Our Queen at Ninety, Sophie Wessex backed up this claim, stating: “Don’t forget that when she turns up somewhere, the crowds are two, three, four, 10, 15 deep, and someone wants to be able to say they saw a bit of the Queen’s hat as she went past.”

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