Meghan Markle and Harry 'blindsided' Queen with exit says expert
The Duke of Sussex is understood to have been hoping to return to the UK for a face-to-face meeting with his grandmother. But Harry has been forced to scrap his plan due to a ban on non-essential travel amid the latest lockdown.
Royal sources told the Mirror that Harry has “not yet attempted to contact” the Queen but is expected to arrange a solution in the coming weeks.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be keen to increase the period before they cut all ties with the Royal Family.
Harry and Meghan Markle are living in a mansion in California with their young son Archie after quitting royal duties last March.
The couple has since signed lucrative deals with Netflix and Spotify.
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As part of the Megxit deal, the Queen’s grandson and the ex-Suits star agreed to “continue to uphold the values of Her Majesty”.
But questions have been raised after chat show host Oprah Winfrey took to Instagram to promote instant oat milk lattes Meghan has invested in.
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7.45am update: William delights fans after secret homeless shelter visit
Prince William has made three secret visits to a homeless shelter before Christmas, a charity has confirmed.
The Duke of Cambridge secretly volunteered with homeless charity The Passage, where he packed meals and spoke to people in emergency accommodation.
The centre shared images on its social media channels showing William wearing a face mask and apron as he prepared food packages.
The snaps – which gathered more than 340 likes and 570 on Instagram and Twitter respectively – were quickly swarmed with messages from Royal Fans hailing him for his service to the community.
7.30am update: William ‘worried’ over Harry ‘exploiting Diana status’ for Archewell
Prince William “will be unhappy” that Prince Harry seems to be “exploiting Princess Diana’s status”, a royal expert has predicted.
The Duke of Cambridge could become “worried” if Prince Harry uses their late mother on his Archewell Foundation’s website, royal author Phil Damphier claimed.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Mr Damphier said Harry’s apparent omission of Prince Charles’ work in his charity’s website could be “significant” for the brothers.
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