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King Charles' plan to give Lilibet and Archie new titles will be 'big irony' for Harry
The Express.This will come at a time when Harry, the Duke of Sussex, remains very much on the outside of the royal family.Relations have been strained between Harry and his brother, Prince William, and Prince Charles since the duke quit as a working royal in 2020 and relocated to America.Despite this, Harry has remained close to his grandmother, the Queen.However he many lose his "chief ally" in the Royal Family once the Queen dies and become further estranged from his family if he doesn't mend the relationship between his brother and father, warns Morton.Morton told The Express: "The big irony in all of this is that when Prince Charles comes to the throne, one of the first things he will be asked to do is to make Lilibet a Princess and Archie a Prince."So whilst Harry will be cast in the darkness, his children will have royal titles." Morton stressed while Harry may currently have a direct line to the sovereign now, this could change once King Charles is in power. He said: "You could have Prince Harry distanced from the head of state, unable to get an appointment unlike now when he can just jump the queue." To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.This is not the first time titles for Harry and Meghan's children have come into question.
Prince Harry and Meghan surprised by William's 'less welcoming' reception at Jubilee
Prince William has been less welcoming to his brother Prince Harry during the latter's return to the UK than expected, a royal expert has claimed.Harry and Meghan Markle have maintained a low profile during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations so far, despite being welcomed into the fold by Her Majesty.But the feuding brothers barely made eye contact at yesterday's service of thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral, and royal expert Neil Sean things told the Express this could be a sign that the protracted war between the pair is far from over.According to a royal source close to Mr Sean, Harry and Meghan were hoping that William would be “more forgiving and welcoming”.Find out everything you need to know about the Platinum Jubilee by clicking hereThe Queen had, according to a source, sent for Harry and Meghan to be collected from the airport in her own personal Land Rover when they arrived in the UK.The bulletproof car was also thought to have taken them from Farnborough Airport to Frogmore Cottage.It was claimed that the Queen “believed it was the right thing to do” at the time – although Buckingham Palace did not respond to the Daily Star's request for confirmation on the matter.However, Mr Sean told the Daily Express: “The Queen has shown kindness, forgiveness, and compassion to Harry and Meghan after they damaged her monarchy and family, but another senior royal is less forgiving.“The Queen at 96 is looking after her own personal legacy.“She wants to be sure that what she leaves behind is the right image.“But according to a very good source, there is one particular, senior member who is not as forgiving - William.
Harry's fidgety hand gestures 'show ongoing tragedy between him and William' -expert
Prince Harry's tetchy relationship with Prince William was revealed by one telling sign in a recent interview - his fidgeting hands.According to body language expert Judi James, despite the pair's rehearsed bonhomie on camera at official events, there is substantially more tension between them than either will let on.Speaking to the Express, Judi referenced Harry's behaviour when talking about his late mother Diana at the Invictus Games last month.And she claims Harry's hands show there is a very real 'ongoing tragedy' between the pair.She said: "Harry’s body language here seems to define an ongoing tragedy between himself and his brother that is both historic and current.“When he stands speaking about his mother and William though the signals of separation and ‘ownership’ could hardly be more emphatic.“Asked if he felt his mother’s presence he replied that it had been ‘constant over the last two years.’ i.e., since he had moved to the US.“As Harry spoke about William he stretched his left hand out in the air with the palm flattened and facing outward in a distancing and a dismissing gesture.“It suggested pushing his brother away now that he had his mother back again.“There was a suggestion of an unfair sharing of their mother even after her death and that Harry could only reunite with her once he had quit the royal firm and started a life of his own.”The royal brothers are said to be holding "weekly video calls" and are "back on old buddy terms" as they prepare to reunite for the special weekend.Commenting on their efforts to reconcile, a source told the Daily Mirror: “The brothers needed time for everything to settle down.
Palace told 'write Prince Harry a cheque to stop his royal tell-all' by author
Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebration today, a Royal expert has claimed the firm should give Prince Harry a 'blank cheque' to stop him from writing his tell-all memoir about the family.Harry and Meghan arrived back in the UK yesterday to take part in the fun, however, tensions since Megxit in 2020 and the Oprah interview a year later have reportedly not cooled entirely.And Royal expert and author Tina Brown has now warned that the main priority of the damaged firm should be for Harry to agree to take his potentially damaging memoir off the table.Speaking in the Times: "Somebody needs to go to Harry and try saying, 'We're going to give you a cheque for whatever fee you've negotiated for the book and, in return, we ask that you don't do it."'Find out everything you need to know about the Platinum Jubilee by clicking hereSince the announcement of the book last year, which has been billed as an 'inspiring, courageous and uplifting story' speculation has been rife about when it will be published and what it will include. Speaking to The Times this year spokeswoman for the publishers, Penguin Random House said it did not yet have a publication date whilst Harry's spokeswoman gave a similar response and another source said there was “some uncertainty” over the book’s publication date.It's thought that the Queen will meet Harry and Meghan and their children later this weekend, as The Queen is yet to meet her great-granddaughter Lilibet, who turns 1 on Saturday.