Royal Family news – Queen SAVAGED by Harry & Meghan who 'aren't surprised' she's not taken 'full ownership' of race row

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry today reignited their feud with the Royals as they took a savage swipe at the Queen.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly not impressed with the way the Palace dealt with their explosive allegations on Oprah.

They believe Her Majesty did not take "full ownership" of the issues raised and "little" has been done since, according to People.

Meghan, 40, and Harry, 36, reeled off a whole host of bombshell claims in the tell-all interview in March.

They said there were conversations with Harry and a "family" member about their unborn son Archie and what colour his skin would be – and "what that would mean or look like".

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  • John Hall

    THE QUEEN’S ‘STINGING’ COMMENTS TO KATE MIDDLETON FOR LUXURY LIFESTYLE & ‘SWANNING OFF ON FIVE-STAR HOLIDAYS’

    The 95-year-old monarch reportedly believed that “swanning from one five-star holiday resort to another” was “not the prerequisite for a young woman possibly destined to be Queen”.

    In her 2010 biography William and Harry, author Katie Nicholl claimed that, by 2008, Kate‘s “love of exotic holidays” had caught the Queen’s attention.

    She wrote: “If she was not with William at Balmoral then the couple were skiing or holidaying on Mustique.

    “Kate was there so often the press dubbed her ‘Queen of Mustique’, a title that had previously belonged to Princess Margaret.

    “Britain was now in a recession and such frivolous displays of wealth were unpalatable to the Queen.”

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    PIERS TAKES SWIPE AT MEG AFTER TV AWARD NOMINATION

    PIERS Morgan has taken a jab at Meghan Markle after he was nominated for an NTA Award.

    The TV firebrand – who stepped down from Good Morning Britain for refusing to apologise to the Duchess of Sussex – joked that he’ll ask her to collect his award. And he dubbed Meg ‘Princess Pinocchio’ in a thinly-veiled swipe online.

    Piers took to Twitter after it was revealed that he’s up for his first solo National Television Award (NTA) for best presenter.

    The 56-year-old, who will face off against Holly Willoughby, Bradley Walsh, Alison Hammond and Ant and Dec at the show, shared the news with his 7.9million followers.

    He wrote: “Most amused to finally be nominated for TV Presenter of the Year at the ⁦@OfficialNTAs – though could be a tad #awks for ITV if I win for my work on ⁦@GMB. Might have to pull a Brando and send Princess Pinocchio along to receive it on my behalf.”

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    HOW ‘MANIPULATIVE’ MEGHAN’S CHANGING SIGNATURE SHOWS SHE’S BECOME ‘DEFENSIVE’ & ‘UNSOCIABLE’, SAYS HANDWRITING EXPERT

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex both signed the letter, in which they admit they had been left “speechless”, with their signatures – and eagle eyed royal fans may have noticed a difference in Meg’s penmanship.

    According to handwriting analyst Tracey Trussell her changing style reveals a lot about Meghan’s personality.

    Speaking exclusively to Fabulous Digital, Tracey reveals the meaning behind Meg’s scrawl from a desire to be genuine to her ‘manipulative’ side.

    Analysing her latest signature Tracey says: “Here Meghan is careful not to make her name larger than Harry’s – whether that’s by design or unintentional, we can’t know, but it means she’s trying not to overshadow her husband.  She’s happy to share an equal platform with him.  

    "We’ve got some mixed messages going on here.  The paradox is that she wants you to believe her intentions are altruistic and humanitarian (under magnification the long downstroke stem of the letter ‘g’ flicks to the right), but the much more closely spaced letters (in her name) and the long extended end stroke are both effective ways of keeping people at arm’s length and not letting anyone get too close.  

    "This is a defensive gesture designed to ward off people or danger. It seems she gives with one hand and takes with the other."

  • John Hall

    KATE MIDDLETON GETS ‘MUM GUILT’ JUST LIKE EVERYBODY ELSE

    The Duchess of Cambridge appeared on Giovanna’s podcast Happy Mum, Happy Baby last year where she spoke about her passion for Early Years.

    And the wife of McFly’s Tom Fletcher says that the interview saw Kate, 39, share some candid truths about motherhood.

    Speaking to Hello! this month about the interview, Giovanna, 36, said that she and teh Duchess, who is mum to George, 8, Charlotte, 6, and Louis, two, had bonded over their shared experiences.

    She said: “It’s that whole mum guilt thing where your kids say, ‘Do you have to go to work today? Can’t you be here with me?’ 

    “So knowing that she has that too made me feel less alone about leaving my two-year-old who always wants me at home.”

    Giovanna went on to say that speaking to Kate had been like chatting with any ‘normal’ mum.

    Read more here

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    ‘THRIVING’ PRINCE HARRY AND MEGHAN MARKLE ABOUT TO ‘INCREASE THEIR VISIBILITY’ AFTER ‘KEEPING TOXICITY AWAY’

    Omid Scobie revealed that the "thriving" couple are "really excited" about the busy schedule ahead following the end of their parental leave.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their second child Lillibet Diana in June.

    Scobie, the preferred reporter of the Sussexes – who co-authored their biography Finding Freedom – confirmed the pair will return to public life after "keeping toxicity away".

    "They're a couple who do very well in those moments of human interaction. They need to be on the ground," Scobie told PEOPLE.

    "They say that the proof is in the pudding, and what we are about to see is that pudding."

    Although one of the main reasons for leaving the Royal Famly was to get some privacy and to get away from the prying eyes of the public, Meghan and Harry are jumping back into it – just one year later.

    "They seem to be existing in a different place, and that place is much healthier," Scobie told PEOPLE.

    "Meghan famously spoke about that it was not enough to survive — we are now in the thrive chapter."

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    MEGHAN MARKLE AND PRINCE HARRY ‘ATTACKING’ THE QUEEN IS ‘UNFORGIVABLE’ AND ’EMBARRASSING’, SAYS THOMAS

    The 77-year-old, who is yet to meet grandchildren Archie and Lilibet, made the shocking statements during an interview with GB News.

    He said: “For God’s sake. Attacking their 95-year-old grandmother is unforgiveable.

    “None of the rest of the world deserves what they’ve been shovelling out. It’s embarrassing they are doing this.

    “It’s embarrassing for them to be telling me a few years ago to ‘never talk to the press’, but then they spend three hours on a show with Oprah where Harry claims he’s reclaiming his mental illness and curing himself. It is a joke.

    “You don’t go on the TV and talk for three hours and get rid of your mental illness, you talk to a psychiatrist in a room somewhere and you work out your problems.”

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    INSIDERS CLAIM QUEEN AND FAMILY MISSED SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICE AT BALMORAL ESTATE

    Her Majesty and her family missed Sunday’s church service on the estate.

    Insiders have suggested that they may have done so while waiting for the results of PCR tests.

    The Queen’s trip to Balmoral is her first away from Windsor since the Duke of Edinburgh’s death in April.

    Last month, sources said the “tired and grieving” monarch “could not wait” to get away. Family parties are planned despite the royals deeply missing Philip — affectionately dubbed the “Master of the Barbecue”.

    William, Kate and their three children are expected to arrive later this month in addition to Mike and Zara Tindall.

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    FERGIE SAYS QUEEN WAS MORE OF A MOTHER TO HER THAN HER REAL MUM EVER WAS

    THE Duchess of York believes the Queen was more of a mother to her than her own mum.

    Sarah Ferguson, who divorced Prince Andrew in 1996, called the monarch her “greatest mentor” who always believed in her.

    She said: “I absolutely admire the incredible way Her Majesty is so modern . . . and how flexible, and how understanding, and how forgiving and how generous.”

    Sarah, 61, has been at the centre of several royal scandals over the years. But she said on the Tea with Twiggy podcast: “My mother-in-law has been more of a mother to me than my mother.

    “I absolutely think there is no greater mentor because, from a little girl to now, the consistency of Her Majesty has been a great honour, it’s a huge honour — makes me want to cry.”

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    HARRY AND MEGHAN WILL NOT CHRISTEN LILIBET IN FRONT OF QUEEN

    The Sussexe’s will have a ‘secret’ christening in the US according to a royal expert.

    It was previously reported that the couple wanted to christen Lilibet at Windsor in front of the Queen.

    However royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliam has told the Express the couple will ‘do things their own way’ with Lilibet.

    He said: “It seems certain that her christening will be in Meghan’s home state and with the secrecy but without the controversy that surrounded Archie’s christening.”

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