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Prince Harry branded 'disloyal and rude' for Netflix deal after The Crown backlash

Netflix's The Crown has grown in popularity since its launch as the TV series followed the journey of Queen Elizabeth II.The series has covered multiple key events in history, from Queen Elizabeth's reign to Princess Diana's royal presence - and as the next series is expected to cover Diana's tragic death, it's likely her two sons will soon have a prominent role.READ MORE: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'at odds' over 'endless TV interviews', says sourcePrince Harry and Prince William have already been mentioned, just not as leading roles, but that could change with upcoming series. And while the now US-based royal should expect a mention or two in the upcoming series, he has made his thoughts about the Megxit storyline quite clear.Royal expert Angela Levin believes Netflix will do what Harry has requested because they will want their "pint of blood" from the royals later on.

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Prince Harry 'still angry with royals because of Diana's treatment', claims psychic
Diana, Princess of Wales believes that Prince Harry is fighting a losing battle after stepping down from Royal life in January 2020, claims Deborah Davies.The world-known psychic claims to have spoken to Princess Diana in recent weeks about her family and two children, Princes William and Harry.Harry has previously spoken out about following in his mother's footsteps and keeping her memory alive but Diana reportedly claims her son has "a lot of anger" towards his family.READ MORE: Prince Harry 'speaks to Diana's spirit' before making decisions, claims expertThe Duke of Sussex, 37, has had a strained relationship with his family and has even dropped several bombshell allegations against them in recent years.Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, the former Real Housewives of Cheshire star said: "Diana says that Harry has a lot of anger towards 'the firm' in general because of what happened to her."She says 'It's a pointless battle though, they will never understand, they will never be sorry for anyone's suffering.'"Deborah continued: "She says that 'The Firm is a machine that keeps on running regardless of anyone's feelings'". The businesswoman who hosts the Unexplained Deaths & Mysteries podcast previously told us that she believed Prince Harry's plans to win the British public over had backfired.
Kate Middleton 'looks frumpy and sulky' in new royal portrait, blasts expert
Kate Middleton has been slammed, with an expert claiming that she “deserves better”.Kensington Palace released the portrait yesterday which showed the Duchess wearing tan emerald dress valued at a hefty £1,595.The portrait was roundly praised by most on social media, however expert Andrew Normal Wilson disagrees.READ MORE: Princess Diana 'would be thrilled' that 'Harry and William are happy' says ex-Royal chefWriting for the Mail, he said: “The Duchess of Cambridge is a life force, and this painting is dead as the dodo.“It has reduced an animated human being to the status of a dummy; a beautiful woman to a strangely boring doll.“The real Duchess of Cambridge cheers everyone up by her radiant smile.“The figure in this painting is wistful, slightly petulant, and actually unrecognisable as Our Kate.“She deserves better than this frumpy, inanimate, rather sulky version of her.“There are many good portrait painters, many of them young, at work in Britain at the moment, as is revealed each year by the competition organized by the National Portrait Gallery.“While the Cambridge family are all still young and beautiful, they should be commissioning some good art to immortalize them.“This would not just be an act of vanity - it would be a proclamation to the world, and to the future, of why we pin our hopes on them for a continuation of the constitutional monarchy.”The image of Kate, alongside husband Prince William, was released to celebrate 10 years as Duke and Duchess.It was painted by British artist Jamie Coreth, and takes inspiration from the couple's 2020 visit to Ireland.He said: “I wanted to show Their Royal Highnesses in a manner where they appeared both relaxed and approachable, as well as elegant and dignified.“I wanted
ITV Lorraine guest shares Princess Diana's worry for Prince William as he turns 40
Princess Diana's concern over the "burden" son Prince William is set to face. Appearing on Tuesday morning's instalment (June 21) of Lorraine, Jennie spoke in celebration of Prince William's 40th birthday as he hits the milestone today.The presenter, 71, admitted she occasionally spoke to the late Princess about raising her two sons and revealed what Diana said to her about William's future role in the royal family.Jennie said: "I used to speak to Diana sometimes about the boys and bringing them up, and I remember one thing she said about William - she said that the burden of Kingship weighed heavily on his shoulders."Despite the worry for her eldest son, Diana "thought he was going to be alright," and believed "the country is very lucky," to have William.The Cash in the Attic host agreed with the late Princess saying: "It's a very simple sentence but I think it's true, I think we are lucky to have him."She added: "He's turned into a wonderful young man and I think he's shaping up to be a wonderful future king."Speaking about watching William grow into the man he has become today, Jennie admitted it was never easy for the dad-of-three."I watched him through those difficult troubled adolescent years and he was a troubled young man of course, with his parents marriage breaking up before his eyes," the Great British Menu narrator said.Lorraine, 62, spoke about Will's life now and believes he's "all set" thanks to his happy marriage with wife Kate Middleton, 40 and their three children - George, 8, Charlotte, 7 and 4-year-old Louis.Responding to this, Jennie admitted Diana played a huge part in shaping Will into the man he is by the places she took him when he was a child.
Kate Middleton makes rare comment on Princess of Wales title with sweet nod to William
Prince William.The Duke of Cambridge is in line for an ascension to the Prince of Wales role, currently held by his father, Prince Charles.With Prince Charles likely the next King of England, all eyes are on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the likely new titles the pair will receive.Comments made by Prince William and Kate Middleton on the future roles they will play in the family are extremely rare, but Middleton let slip a comment regarding the title.The Duchess of Cambridge was full of praise for husband William, with a video shared on Twitter showing the royal saying she was in "good hands" for their eventual succession as Prince and Princess of Wales.Her rare comment, recorded at a meet and greet with a crowd, showed Middleton was full of praise for her husband, William.Middleton can be heard making the comment of praise while shaking hands with one lady, who told her she would make a great Princess of Wales one day.The Duchess of Cambridge can be heard replying: "That's very kind of you. I'm in good hands," while gesturing to husband William.Although it is not a given that William will receive the title of Prince of Wales, it is likely given that Prince Charles will rescind the role once ascending to the throne of England.The title must be bestowed upon the heir by the monarch, leaving it up to Prince Charles as to who takes on the title of Prince of Wales.Experts have predicted that it is more than likely William lined up to receive the role, The Mirror reported.Should William receive the role of Prince of Wales, then Kate Middleton would become the Princess of Wales, with the last person to hold the title being Prince William's mother, Princess Diana.
Elton John reveals Queen 'slapped' another royal at Prince Andrew's birthday party
Elton John has shared secrets about the royal family after knowing them well for years, with the singer regularly performing at their big events.The singer recorded a heartfelt performance of Your Song for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, which was projected onto Buckingham Palace during the star-studded concert.Elton first met Princess Diana at Prince Andrew's 21st birthday party at Windsor Castle in 1981, and the pair bonded instantly.The singer recalled ending up on the dance floor with the Queen, who partied while still carrying her handbag.In his 2019 book Me, Elton wrote: "I was trying to dance as inaudibly as possible with Princess Anne and the Queen — still holding her handbag — while what appeared to be the world's quietest disco played Bill Haley."I tried my best to come up with a facial expression that suggested this was a perfectly normal state of affairs."At another party for Prince Andrew's 21st, Elton claimed he saw the Queen jokingly slap Viscount Linley, who is her sister Princess Margaret's son.The Queen asked Linley to check on his younger sister, who had been too ill to attend, but he didn't want to leave the party.Elton said: "When he repeatedly tried to fob her off, the Queen lightly slapped him across the face, saying 'Don't' — SLAP — 'argue' — SLAP — 'with' — SLAP — 'me' — SLAP — 'I' — SLAP — 'am' — SLAP — 'THE QUEEN!'"That seemed to do the trick. As he left, she saw me staring at her, gave me a wink and walked off."Whilst Elton performed for the Queen for her big night, he couldn't attend in person as he was travelling around Europe for his Goodbye Yellow Brick Road tour.He posted on social media: "I was thrilled and honoured to be asked to be part of the Platinum Party at the Palace.