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Queen Letizia of Spain’s ex-brother-in-law claims they were romantically involved— even after she married King Felipe

King Charles and Kate Middleton getting outed as the royals who allegedly questioned what baby Archie’s “skin color” would be – but, not to be outdone, now the Spanish royal family is having their own drama. Queen Letizia’s ex-brother-in-law has claimed that he had a relationship with the 51-year-old royal before he married her sister, Telma Ortiz, 50. Jaime Del Burgo, 53, who is currently based in the UK, recently contributed to a tell-all book about Queen Letizia, “Letizia & I,” by journalist Jaime Peñafiel.Del Burgo, who is an entrepreneur and the son of former politician Jaime Ignacio del Burgo, was married to Letizia’s sister Telma from 2012 to 2014.

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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle urged to end ‘deafening silence’ to defend King Charles amid racism claims
were accused of questioning Archie’s skin color.In the Dutch translation of Omid Scobie’s biography, “Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival,” the King and Princess of Wales are said to have made a “racist” commentThe royal family has not responded to the allegations — or any claims made in the book — and Scobie blamed a translation error made by the publisher in the Netherlands for the snafu.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have remained tight-lipped since the allegations came to light.“For the couple that talked about ‘death by a thousand no comments’, the silence at this point is deafening,” a source told the Telegraph of the Sussexes.Another insider said the fact that Harry and Meghan haven’t spoken out yet is “interesting” especially after the pair complained about not being publicly defended by the royals in past interviews.Charles this week put on a brave face and appeared to be in high spirits as he landed in Dubai Thursday for the COP28 Climate Change Conference.The monarch was asked how he was feeling ahead of his keynote speech.“I’m all right very much, just about,” the royal said, before jokingly adding, “Having had a rather ancient birthday recently recovering from the shock of that.”Also earlier this week, Scobie blamed the ordeal on a “translation error,” however the translator responsible for the book’s Dutch version has since disputed his claim.In an interview on BBC Newsnight Thursday, the royal author was given the chance to express his regret over the error but instead said it’s “not fair” for people to expect an apology from him.Scobie, 42, said that the book he “was extremely proud of” has been “completely overshadowed by an event that’s caused me a lot of
Prince Harry is now facing the consequences of ‘sharing his truth’: royal expert
his tell-all memoir “Spare” and explosive interviews in the past year, according to a royal expert.The Duke of Sussex and his wife, Meghan Markle, have made countless revelations about the Firm with the release of several highly-publicized projects within the past year.Now, PR strategist Laura Perkes has shared a stern warning to Harry that his relationship with his family “may never be the same” as the rift between the two camps reaches an all-time low.“As the instigator of all the turmoil that has resulted in him and Meghan being ostracized by the family, it’s not as easy as saying sorry and hoping to brush it all under the carpet,” she told the Mirror.“Old wounds have been reopened, new wounds have appeared and many people have been hurt, either directly or in the crossfire.”“He made the decision to share his truth, but his truth isn’t always the absolute truth. Many people feel betrayed by him and that’s not easily forgivable,” she added.The royals are enduring a hellish week after two senior members of the Firm were named in the Dutch translation of Omid Scobie’s biography, “Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival.”The names mentioned are accused of making a “racist” comment about the skin color of Harry and Meghan’s son Archie before he was born.As the chaos from that continues to unfold, it seems as though burying the hatchet remains unattainable for the two camps at this time.
‘The Crown’ is a ‘cruel’ and ‘untrue’ portrayal of Princess Diana’s life: friend
story came to a close with the first part of Season 6 of “The Crown.” The first four episodes of the final season dropped earlier this month — and detailed her love affair with Egyptian billionaire Dodi Fayed (Khalid Abdalla), their untimely deaths and Dodi’s relationship with his father, Mohamed al-Fayed.However, the royal drama seems to be chock-full of historical inaccuracies — according to BBC correspondent and Mohamed’s onetime spokesman Michael Cole.Cole told the Sun how the show’s “malicious” scenes are hurtful to the reputations of the Princess of Wales (Elizabeth Debicki) and the film producer. The two died in a car crash in Paris in August 1997.Cole insisted that producers of the series did “not respect Diana” and that the show is “a travesty of the truth” and portrays the couple’s serious romance as a short rendezvous.“It’s the complete opposite [of the truth], and completely cruel, and unnecessarily so, and they’ve got it wrong, because … it’s drama,” he said, adding that Diana and Dodi were “in love.”Mohamed (Salim Daw) is presented as a matchmaker between his son and the princess, appearing as a villain trying to savagely get them together for his personal gain.But this was far from real life.
Kate Middleton’s ‘cold’ and ‘secret’ nickname revealed: book
Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival,” the 41-year-old royal has another “secret” nickname.The expert has labeled Middleton — who tied the knot with Prince William in 2011 — as “cold” and as a “Stepford-like royal wife” who is “too scared” to undertake a heftier workload.The biography has also claimed that her lighter amount of engagements make her “technically a part-time working royal.”Middleton apparently “does not plan to increase her workload for 10-15 years,” until her children, Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5, have reached mature age.According to the book, the mother of three was also nicknamed “Katie Keen” because the royal family’s press office once claimed that she is “keen to learn” in an effort to draw attention away from her low amount of work events.“Where other senior royals are out and about several times a week, meeting people across the length and breadth of the country, Kate has long maintained a smaller work schedule that helped her check off the required royal boxes while saving time for her roles as a mother and a wife,” Scobie wrote.He added that the late Queen Elizabeth — who died in September 2022 — took a strong liking to the duchess because she was “coachable,” and could be molded into the perfect royal.“The late queen, too, would take off blocks of time throughout the year to recharge, but she was also known to carry out at least three hundred engagements annually,” he said.Scobie continued: “Sources said Kate remains ‘laser focused’ on her duty to the family first, and then the Crown.”The novel also alleged that Middleton and estranged sister-in-law Meghan Markle were encouraged to dress like the late Princess Diana.The “Suits”