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The Harry and Meghan drama meant two royal coronations.
“Tense” talks are underway between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to allow them to attend King Charles’ coronation in May. As reported by the sunsources told agree! Magazine: “The Palace is trying to conclude negotiations as soon as possible. because they can’t take action in a timely manner can lead to chaos It might end up in a dead end and they won’t participate. But the palace is doing everything possible to prevent that from happening. The palace is scheduling two shows. the one with Sussex and not They want to be prepared for every event.”
All of William and Kate’s children will be at the coronation.
Children of Prince William and Kate Middleton—Prince George princess charlotte and Prince Louis—will join his parents and King Charles and Queen Camilla in the procession after Charles’s coronation from Westminster Abbey back. at Buckingham Palace London Times reported. In the rehearsals seen in newspapers, the children likely had their parents ride in a carriage after Charles and Camilla. which will be in the Gold State Coach
George, 9, and the heir to the throne are expected to be there and may also play a role in the event, but 8-year-old Charlotte and Louise (turning 5 on April 23) still do. It was unclear until now.
The rehearsal plan shows those not in attendance: Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Prince Andrew. and Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, their children, the time It also confirmed earlier reports that Harry and Meghan’s children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, had not yet been invited to the event.
other members of the royal family in the formation procession time said it would be “significantly smaller and covers a shorter route than the procession after Queen Elizabeth’s coronation.” It will feature Princess Anne and her husband. Admiral Sir Tim Lawrence, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, Duke and Duchess of Gloucester. and the Duke of Kent and his sister Princess Alexandra.
The royal family posted pictures on Mother’s Day.
George Bernard Shaw quipped that America and England were two countries separated by a common language. But we are also divided by the practice of Mother’s Day, which in the UK is today.
The royals have been busy posting pictures to mark the day. Because it was a solemn day because it was the first day that there was no great matriarch. Kensington Palace posted a picture of Kate Middleton sitting on a branch with her three children. and one of four-year-old Prince Louis in her crib. “Happy Mother’s Day from our family to you,” the caption reads.
Meanwhile, the royal Twitter account posted a picture of Charles as a baby with the Queen and Camilla with her mum. The message reads: “To all mums everywhere. And for those who may be thinking of your mother today. We are thinking of you and wishing you a special #Mother’s Day”
Explaining Harry and Meghan’s rent puzzle
Remember all the fuss about Harry and Meghan getting kicked out of Frogmore Cottage? Remember a close friend who told Omid Scobie it was outrageous because it wasn’t just “Random rental”
It turns out that it’s not really your typical rent because neither of them has submitted the cottage rent. (At least not as most mere mortals understand the term pay-as-you-go) for more than two years.
But after the grand announcement they wanted to return the 2.4 million pounds ($2.9 million) paid by British taxpayers for the refurbishment of the property. Those improvement costs were therefore considered “substitute rent” and Sussex stopped paying them. Rent after five months
Royalist is not a mathematician. But they seem to have actually returned the Treasury $2.9 million minus the estimated rent by Sunday Mail It was £690,000 ($820,000). Now we understand why they were frustrated at being fired from their incredibly valuable assets!
full marks to Sunday Mailwhich managed to get the palace to actually accept the exclusive deal which flew in the face of the palace’s assertion that the couple would pay commercial rates to lease the property. The paper also discovered a numerical trick used to conceal deals in royal accounts.
Norman Baker, a former minister and adviser to the Privy Council, who has campaigned for greater financial transparency for the Royal Family, said: “It’s a shame that Harry and Meghan should live in such a big house under these conditions. while normal people struggle to keep food on the table.”
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Security tells Harry to give him 28 days.‘ visit notice
Prince Harry has been told he should notify the police 28 days before arriving in the UK. for security requests to be considered And described the security arrangements for the 2021 visit as “disjointed. and inadequate.” He said the 28-day notice requirement impeded his (and) ability to plan and manage his security arrangements, potentially leading to inadequate and compromised actual arrangements. with his ultimate safety.”
The disclosure was made as part of a defamation allegation he was working against. Sunday MailHarry said the document falsely accused him of misrepresenting his willingness to pay for his own police protection.
The telegram Prince Harry’s attorney reportedly stated that he She was “very concerned about her safety and security during any future trips to the UK” and she felt she had no choice but to take legal action. “Considering what is at stake for him and his clan.”
Harry’s attorney said this was evidence of his car being hit. . . putting the Duke of Sussex in unnecessary danger.” During the visit in 2021, Harry said in the document: “I was born for this and that. Threats will never diminish because of my status on family.”
Oprah: Harry and Meghan should do what ‘Best for them’
Oprah Winfrey thinks Harry and Meghan “should do what they feel is best for them” when it comes to attending the coronation. CBS Mornings with Gary King, longtime friend As reported by populationOprah replied, “I think they should do what they feel is best for them and their families. that’s what i thought That’s the bottom line: What do you feel is the best for you? ”
“They didn’t ask my opinion,” Oprah added.
Winfrey did an interview with the couple in 2021, expressing frustration and frustration with the royal family. He claimed that an unnamed senior royal had questioned the skin color of the fetus at that time. Meghan also detailed the lack of support within the palace she faced when she felt suicidal.
This week in royal history
On this day, two major royal splits are announced, 16 years apart. On 19 March 1976, the separation between Princess Margaret and the Earl of Snowdon was announced. (also known as Anthony Armstrong-Jones whom she married in 1970); Meanwhile, on 19 March 1992, the separation was announced between Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, with the two marrying in 1986.
The coronation saga continues—and who will win—Harry and Meghan or the Palace—in a show of power surrounding their and their children’s May ceremony?
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