Meghan Markle news – Prince Harry given 3-word warning there's 'danger' ahead that needs an IMMEDIATE fix | The Sun

PRINCE Harry has been given a three-word warning from a Royal expert following his UN speech this week.

A royal expert, Daniela Elser, said Prince Harry should take some inspiration from the Suffragettes if he intends to change the world.

She made reference to the image of Prince Harry delivering a speech to only a handful of people in the United Nation’s main chamber.

She said the Duke should remember Emmeline Pankhurst’s phrase “deeds not words”.

She said: “If he needs some inspiration of his own then he should not look any further than suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst who incidentally was arrested outside Buckingham Palace in 1914 and knew a thing or two about fighting to change the world.

“The motto of the movement she led? ‘Deeds not words.’”

The expert said the Duke was in “dire need” of a change of direction as his “post-royal career started to look like it is dangerously close to going down the PR gurgler.”

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    Royals updates live!

    Check for new updates on the royal family and her Majesty the Queen here at The Sun.

    Royal fans are currently awaiting the release of Prince Harry’s tell all memoir, and the two’s Netflix documentary, while the Queen continues to come back stronger from her mobility issues.

    Stay tuned here for updates everyday!

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    Royal commentator hits out at claims

    THE Queen's 2019 Christmas speech included an adorable collection of photos of her family beside her on Her Majesty's desk, but Prince Harry and Meghan weren't featured.

    A royal commentator has hit back at claims made regarding the lack of photos of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the Queen's desk.

    Victoria Arbiter's father was Dickie Arbiter, who was press secretary to the Queen.

    Arbiter made the comments in response to claims made in Tom Bower's upcoming book that Harry was "staggered" to learn the Queen hadn't included a photo of him and Meghan during her 2019 Christmas speech.

    The commentator said that only direct succession to the throne were featured in the pictures, which was a move made by the Palace to detract from Prince Andrew's shambolic Newsnight interview.

    She told Insider: "It was inevitable that people would assume the Queen chose to leave them out as the war of the Windsor's sells but there was no slight or malice."

    "So often, people try to read into every little thing and sometimes with good reason but the Queen is not mean-spirited nor is she petty."

    "All her children and grandchildren could take offense based on who's featured each year but they know the system and they know why certain decisions are made so it's unfortunate so much was made of the Sussexes absence. It wasn't personal," she added.

  • Louis Allwood

    What happened with Tiggy and Martin Bashir?

    BBC journalist Martin Bashir made false claims to Princess Diana saying the her husband was "in love" with their children's nanny, to secure the 1995 Panorama Interview.

    He also suggested that Prince Charles and Legge-Bourke had flown away for a two-week getaway together.

    A probe now also found that Bashir used fake documents to gain access to Princess Diana.

    The BBC will not be paying the damages to Legge-Bourke who solicitor, Louise Prince said that such false claims caused "serious personal consequences."

    Prince said that the claims included "the very serious and totally unfounded allegations that the claimant was having an affair with HRH Prince of Wales."

    She added: "It is likely that these false and malicious allegations arose as a result and in the contect of BBC Panorama's efforts to procure an exclusive interview with Diana, Princess of Wales."

    Ms Prince confirmed that Legge-Bourke was "relieved that the BBC accepts that the allegations are completely untrue and without any foundation whatsoever."

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    What's Tiggy Legge-Bourke's relationship to the Royal Family?

    Tiggy is very close to both of the princes, after being appointed as the royal nanny in 1993, following Charles' separation from Diana.

    She had a controversial stint as a nanny, and often made headlines where tension between her and Princess Diana was apparent, with Legge-Bourke once referring to Harry and William as 'my babies'.

    The nanny often went on holidays abroad with the princes, and William once asked her to attend his July 4 celebrations at Eton School in place of his parents!

    The princes' adoration of Tiggy has often saved her reputation, and they remain close to this day, with Harry recently introducing Tiggy to Meghan during a trip to Cardiff.

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    Who is Tiggy Legge-Bourke?

    Alexandra 'Tiggy' Legge-Bourke is the former nanny of Princes William and Harry who looked after them from 1993 to 1999, very important years in their lives following their mother Diana's death in 1997.

    She went by the surname of Pettifer after she got married to Charles Pettifer in 1999.

    She is the daughter of William Legge-Bourke, former Deputy Lieutenant of Powys.

    She grew up on the Glanusk Estate in Powys, Wales and was educated at Heathfield School in Ascot.

    Tiggy set up her own nursery school in Battersea called Mrs Tiggywinkle's after taking a nursery teacher training course following completion of her education at Institut Alpin Videmanette, Switzerland, a finishing school also attended by Princess Diana.

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    BBC director general issues apology

    Tim Davie, director general of the BBC also issued a personal apology to Prince Charles, Harry and Prince William, for Bashir’s actions.

    He said: “The BBC has agreed to pay substantial damages to Mrs Pettifer and I would like to take this opportunity to apologise publicly to her, to The Prince of Wales, and to the Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex, for the way in which Princess Diana was deceived and the subsequent impact on all their lives.

    "It is a matter of great regret that the BBC did not get to the facts in the immediate aftermath of the programme when there were warning signs that the interview might have been obtained improperly."

  • Lauren Lomas

    Prince Harry prepped for his UN speech by watching Bad Boys

    The Duke of Sussex, 37, was spotted engrossed in the Will Smith film on a commercial flight from LA to New York.

    Meghan, 40, watched a documentary about tennis ace Serena Williams.

    Her husband’s speech for Nelson Mandela Day sparked controversy when he weighed into US politics and climate change.

    Harry, who quit royal duty to live in California, was dubbed a bad boy in the past for dressing as a Nazi and stripping off for billiards in Las Vegas.

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    Ex-nanny to young Prince's William and Harry to be paid damages by BBC

    'Tiggy' Legge-Bourke will be issued a formal apology from the broadcaster, after allegations of a shocking affair were made.

    The allegations were thrown about around the same time Lady Diana interviewed with Panorama's Martin Bashir.

    She will be paid an "undisclosed sum" said the BBC.

    Tiggy told the Sunday Times that she was "one of the many people whose lives have been scarred by the decitful way in which the BBC Panorama was made and the BBC's subsequent failure to properly investigate the making of the programme."

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    Loose Women panellist calls Prince Harry 'miserable'

    Jane Moore spoke out about his recent appearance, as cameras recorded him and his wife Meghan Markle.

    The broadcaster said: "They say a picture can paint a thousand words.

    "In which case, this one of Harry and Meghan at a Mandela Day event paints the impression that she knows where the cameras are.

    "While her husband stares miserably into the middle distance seemingly oblivious of his surroundings."

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    BBC apologised over Princess Diana Panorama interview

    The BBC has paid William and Harry's ex-nanny substantial damages over "false and malicious claims" made about her in Princess Diana's explosive Panorama interview.

    The broadcaster also publicly apologised to the Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex today for the "way Diana was deceived" to get the infamous chat – and "the subsequent impact on all their lives".

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    Prince Harry urged to take more action and make less speeches

    A royal expert has slammed Prince Harry for his speech at the UN HQ in New York on 18 July.

    Daniela Elser, a royal commentator for the New Zealand Herald, gave out a stark warning to the Duke of Sussex.

    She referred to suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst's moto: "deeds not words," and called Prince Harry's speech "embarrassing".

    The expert said his "post-royal career started to look like it is dangerously close to going down the PR gurgler."

    This comes after Prince Harry referenced climate change and the overturn of Roe vs Wade during his Nelson Mandela speech.

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    Prince Harry 'tense' and 'anxious' in recent New York appearance

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex travelled to New York for Harry's speech at the UN HQ for Nelson Mandela day.

    A royal expert believes that Prince Harry's demeanour displayed "tension".

    Judi James, a body language expert, told the Mirror: "His style of delivery was more presidential than princely at the UN.

    "His keynote was delivered in a sombre, slow, authoritative style that pitches him as the expert.

    "He didn't back away from taking a 'tell' approach, even when it came to Mandela himself."

    She continued: "Harry's underlying body language rituals suggested high levels of tension and anxiety underlying the confident, hard-hitting delivery."

  • Lauren Lomas

    The Crown to end with explosive final wedding scenes

    Netflix bosses are keen for showrunner Peter Morgan, 59, to go further with the global TV sensation.

    He previously said the story of the Windsor's would conclude with season six next year. Season five will air in November.

    But now the show’s creators have changed the ending of the final series — leaving it open for a sequel focussing on Prince Charles and his sons William and Harry.

    The original plan was to end the storyline in 2002 — a momentous year in which the Queen lost her sister, Princess Margaret, and her mother.

    Instead, it will now wind down with the 2005 wedding of Charles and Camilla.

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  • Lauren Lomas

    Royals updates live!

    Check for new updates on the royal family and her Majesty the Queen here at The Sun.

    Royal fans are currently awaiting the release of Prince Harry’s tell all memoir, and the two’s Netflix documentary, while the Queen continues to come back stronger from her mobility issues.

    Stay tuned here for updates everyday!

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    Harry and Meghan visit Robert De Niro’s NYC restaurant

    The royal pair took some time to visit one of New York’s hottest restaurants after Harry’s speech to the UN on Monday.

    Locanda Verde is owned by legendary actor Robert De Niro. Visitors were shocked to see the royals enjoying a meal together there.

    According to reports, onlookers were warned that taking pictures would result in them being removed.

    Despite this, the pair took time out of their day to speak with fans and take snaps.

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    Prince Charles WON’T be investigated over £2.5million charity donation

    The watchdog had studied allegations that the ex-Qatari PM, had given a suitcase of 500 euro notes to the Prince.

    A royal source insisted last month that Charles operates on advice and such incidents have not happened in the past half decade and would not happen again.

    The Charity Commission said yesterday: “We have assessed the ­information provided by the charity and have determined there is no further regulatory role.”

    Clarence House said the donations were passed immediately to one of the prince’s charities and appropriate governance was carried out.

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    Prince Harry accused of 'copying' his brother's speech format

    Royal fans noticed similarities between the way both brothers deliver their speeches.

    The Duke of Cambridge addressed the Church of Scotland in 2021, which fans noticed they both mention their mother, Princess Diana.

    "And in the dark days of grief that followed, I found comfort and solace in the Scottish outdoors," William said.

    Harry said: "It's where I felt closest to my mother and sought solace after she died," he spoke of how Africa reminds him of this mother.

    He then mentions his wife, "and where I knew I'd found a soulmate in my wife," mentioning Meghan Markle.

    William said: "It was here in Scotland, 20 years ago, that I first met Catherine. Needless to say, the time when you meet your future wife holes a very special place in your heart."

    Fans were quick to notice, and one Tweeted: "Prince Harry just copied and pasted Prince William's 2021 Church of Scotland Speech credit @royalinstablog."

    Another said: "I knew I'd heard that before. It isn't the first time that he has copied William."

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    Prince Harry doesn’t hold ‘much respect’ for Camilla, according to royal expert

    One royal expert has spoken out on Harry and Camilla’s relationship, saying that Harry has “no interest” in his stepmother.

    Royal expert Ingrid Seward, told the Mirror’s podcast, Pod Save The Queen, that Harry has “no interest in developing a relationship” with the Duchess of Cornwall at the moment.

    She told listeners: “I don’t think Harry has a great deal of warmth for her, he waxes and wanes with her.

    “I don’t know about the recent trip, but certainly I think Harry was quite happy to accept Camilla in the beginning but then went off the boil about her and I don’t think he holds her in great respect.”

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    The Earthshot Prize is back

    Prince William has announced that the Earthshot Prize is back.

    This year, five more winners will be heading to Boston to accept their awards for game-changing solutions to combat climate change.

    Each winner will receive £1million to develop ideas to tackle global warming.

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    Harry 'broken No.1 rule of Royal Family'

    A royal author has claimed Prince Harry has broken the "number one rule of the Royal Family" by writing a tell-all memoir. 

    Duncan Larcombe, told The Daily Beast last week: “How can the royals welcome Harry back into the fold when he has effectively turned himself into a journalist? 

    “As long as that book hangs over them like a sword of Damocles, how can they be expected to extend an olive branch?

    “Once the book is out, William will have to make a decision about what he is going to do about Harry, but he is not going to do a thing until he knows what is on every page of that book." 

    He added: “The reality is that if, as a senior member of the Royal Family, you have written a tell-all book, you have broken rule No. 1 of the Royal Family.”

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    Netflix stuns with new Meghan & Harry plan

    Following reports that Netflix want to run a Harry and Meghan series at the same time as The Crown, one royal expert has said that the Sussexes are trying to run a "woke" alternative to "wipe out" the Firm.

    Writing on Twitter, Angela Levin said: "More proof that H and M want to run a woke alternate royal family that would wipe out the one we have already.

    "Time to lose their titles and for Harry his Counsellor of State post.

    "Of course with M also as President in the USA."

    Also commenting on the claims, royal expert Richard Eden said: "Gosh! This really would be tacky."

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    'Global assault on democracy and freedom'

    As well as paying tribute to Mandela's legacy, Prince Harry told of the dangers of climate change, the coronavirus pandemic, the war in Ukraine and abortion laws in the US.

    He said: "We're living through a pandemic that continues to ravage communities in every corner of the globe; climate change wreaking havoc on our planet, with the most vulnerable suffering most of all; the few, weaponising lies and disinformation at the expense of the many; and from the horrific war in Ukraine to the rolling back of constitutional rights here in the United States.

    "We are witnessing a global assault on democracy and freedom – the cause of Mandela's life."

  • Louis Allwood

    Royals updates live!

    Check for new updates on the royal family and her Majesty the Queen here at The Sun.

    Royal fans are currently awaiting the release of Prince Harry’s tell all memoir, and the two’s Netflix documentary, while the Queen continues to come back stronger from her mobility issues.

    Stay tuned here for updates everyday!

  • Louis Allwood

    Harry and Meghan visit Robert De Niro's NYC restaurant

    The royal pair took some time to visit one of New York's hottest restaurants after Harry's speech to the UN on Monday.

    Locanda Verde is owned by legendary actor Robert De Niro. Visitors were shocked to see the royals enjoying a meal together there.

    According to reports, onlookers were warned that taking pictures would result in them being removed.

    Despite this, the pair took time out of their day to speak with fans and take snaps.

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    Newsnight photographer has embarrassing photo of Prince Andrew

    The photographer has said it could send the monarchy into turmoil if released.

    Mark Harrison, has refused to reveal the photo that could “embarrass Prince Andrew.”

    A source told the Daily Mail: “It’s the kind of thing which would make the public drop their cornflakes. It is definitely not what Andrew would want out there and apparently he insisted that it remained secret. It was not one of the shots the BBC released.”

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