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‘Prince Harry SHOUTED at William when he questioned relationship with Duchess’, book claims


New book and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry, and Meghan sees writer Chrisopher Andersen allegedly speak to new palace sources that share additional information on the reported rift between Princess Diana’s sons.

According to Page Six, “Prince Harry was so incensed when his older brother, Prince William, questioned his fast-moving romance with Meghan Markle that he blurted out, ‘Who the hell do you think you are?’”

 “The alleged outburst in September 2017 happened when Harry indicated that he was about to propose to his American girlfriend,” the story continued, “prompting William to ask, ‘Why rush things?’”

According to Andersen, people close to Harry were concerned about how shortly this came after he went on a blind date with Markle in July 2016.

“One of the skeptics was his uncle, Earl Spencer—the brother of the late Princess Diana—whom William drafted to underscore his opinion that the lovebirds should slow down,” Page Six reported.

But Andersen says William dragging their uncle in to the feud made “matters far worse” between the brothers – and the author claims Harry was “furious that his brother was actively seeking to have others interfere in his personal affairs.”

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  • Prince Harry writes letter saying he ‘wishes he could help’ veterans

    PRINCE Harry has told of his despair at not being able to help the family of a fallen soldier – after he was stripped of his military titles.

    The palace confirmed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would lose their patronages, with Harry being stripped of his honorary military titles as part of the couple’s 2020 Megxit agreement.

    Harry served for ten years in the Armed Forces, touring Afghanistan twice and rising to the rank of Captain.

    The Sunday People revealed he has now written to the family of Nathan Hunt who are fighting to get their son’s name on the national Armed Forces Memorial after he took his own life in 2018.

    Although he was warrant officer when he died, defence bosses have said his name can’t be added to the commemoration for fallen soldiers.

    Harry told his parents Maria and Derek: “I deeply empathise with what your family is going through and so wish I could assist formally, had I been in the same role I once was.”

    The duke added: “Grief can be a long and burdensome road.

    “Please know you and your family remain in my thoughts.”

  • ‘Gunman who raided bank and bookmaker’s’ shot dead near Kensington Palace

    THIS is the tense moment a cop points a rifle at an alleged gunman’s head after he reportedly raided a bookies and a bank.

    Cops scrambled to a street just minutes from William and Kate’s home in Kensington, West London, yesterday afternoon where the man was shot dead.

    Officers were called to reports of a man with a firearm entering a bookmakers and a bank around Marloes Road in the capital yesterday.

    Loud bangs were heard earlier yesterday afternoon, just yards from Kensington Palace after police were said to have fired several shots at the gunman in the back of a vehicle.

    The force confirmed that despite emergency service’s best efforts, the man could not be saved and died shortly after.

  • Meghan bullying probe ‘has only interviewed a handful of people’

    THE probe into Meghan Markle’s bullying allegations has only interviewed a “handful of people who used to work for her”, insiders claim.

    Earlier this year, the Duchess of Sussex was accused of “humiliating” personal assistants and staff, as well as driving two out of the Palace, which she denies. 

    An internal investigation was launched in March – but sources now fear the probe is being “kicked into the long grass”, it has been revealed.

    Inquiries are focusing on a 16-day trip to Australia in 2018, during which a series of clashes between Meghan and her staff left the latter “severely psychologically traumatised”.

    But only a handful of people have been called up to share their side of it, insiders told the Daily Mail.

    Two PA’s, another member of staff and Simon Case, Prince William’s former-Private Secretary, were potentially among the chosen few.

    Earlier this year, sources alleged to The Times that Meghan drove two personal assistants out of the household and undermined the confidence of a third.

  • Continued…

    Richard Kay now claims that Harry is continuing to ”chip away” at his father.

    “I think the difficulty for Prince Charles, every time now Harry opens his mouth, he’s seen to chip away at his father’s credibility… this must be undermining their relationship,” he told the Daily Mail’s Palace Confidential.

    “They have on the horizon the prospect of Harry’s autobiography or memoir – we don’t know what’s going to be in it.

    “But we do know he has spent some time digging into his mother’s relationship with his father.

    ”They must be dreading the publication of that book and what it will mean.

    “We’re edging closer to the Prince of Wales becoming monarch and every time these embarrassing situations erupt with his son, it reminds people about why they have had problems with the prospect of Charles as king.”

    The ”wholly-truthful and accurate” tell-all memoir is set to be released next year.

  • Prince Charles ‘dreading’ Prince Harry’s memoir, expert claims

    A ROYAL expert has revealed that Prince Charles and his team won’t be looking forward to Prince Harry’s new memoir.

    In the light of Prince Harry’s upcoming book, Richard Kay has shared that Prince Charles will be ”dreading” the release as he ”chips away” his credibility.

    It has also been reported that the two have barely spoken over the last eight months and that the relations between the father and the son are at an ”all time low”.

    There are allegations that they have only had a couple of ”fraught” phone calls since Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, quit their roles as senior royals last year.

    In addition, Harry has also been accused of “one-upmanship” over his father due to the comments he made regarding allegations of cash-for-honours that is engulfing Charles’ charity.

  • Armed forces drafted in to help deliver boosters

    Military personnel are to be drafted in to help the NHS get Covid-19 booster jabs into arms.

    The Ministry of Defence said that about 750 servicemen and women will help deliver jabs and co-ordinate the rollout in England and Scotland.

    Some 600 personnel from across the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force have been made available to NHS England, delivering jabs in small teams across the country, and another 51 will help with planning, while more than 100 are assisting in Scotland, the Ministry of Defence said.

    Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said: “We have rapidly mobilised service personnel to work alongside our dedicated health services to accelerate the vaccine booster programme.

    “Our armed forces will help to get vaccines into arms as quickly as possible as we continue our efforts to support the UK’s response to the pandemic.”

  • Charles & Camilla visit Foodbank

    The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall heard moving tales of domestic violence and poverty when they visited a foodbank.

    Charles and Camilla went to Wandsworth Foodbank and hailed the work of staff and volunteers distributing food to between 100 and 120 crisis-hit households per week on average in the London Borough of Wandsworth.

    The couple spoke in private to families, at St Mark’s Church in Battersea Rise, near Clapham Junction, who have received help from a team of more than 250 volunteers operating out of seven welcome centres for the foodbank, operated by the Trussell Trust.

    The prince and his wife, who donated a trolley full of Waitrose Duchy Originals food to the centre, praised volunteers for helping more than 2,500 households referred by social services, schools, GPs and other agencies last year.

    “Thank you so much all your fantastic efforts,” the prince told them.

  • ‘Burden of duty’

    Prince Charles will “follow the tradition of the monarchy” in order to spare William the “burden of duty” for as long as possible, claims a former royal butler.

    Former royal butler Grant Harrold told GB news: “I have been asked this question many times by many friends, do I think it’s possible that Prince Charles decides to not take on the position of King and step aside to pass on Prince William. 

    “I actually believe we would not see that happen because Prince Charles is very traditional.”

  • Prince Harry writes letter saying he ‘wishes he could help’ veterans

    PRINCE Harry has told of his despair at not being able to help the family of a fallen soldier – after he was stripped of his military titles.

    The palace confirmed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would lose their patronages, with Harry being stripped of his honorary military titles as part of the couple’s 2020 Megxit agreement.

    Harry served for ten years in the Armed Forces, touring Afghanistan twice and rising to the rank of Captain.

    The Sunday People revealed he has now written to the family of Nathan Hunt who are fighting to get their son’s name on the national Armed Forces Memorial after he took his own life in 2018.

    Although he was warrant officer when he died, defence bosses have said his name can’t be added to the commemoration for fallen soldiers.

    Harry told his parents Maria and Derek: “I deeply empathise with what your family is going through and so wish I could assist formally, had I been in the same role I once was.”

    The duke added: “Grief can be a long and burdensome road.

    “Please know you and your family remain in my thoughts.”

  • Charles meets people after getting their boosters

    Speaking to some of the hundreds who were resting after getting jabbed, he said: “So many marvellous people have been volunteering. I am glad you didn’t have to wait too long.”

    He also spoke to Kate Suiter, a former picture editor who trained eight months ago to be a vaccinator.

    Afterwards, she said: “He said thank you for helping and I joked that I had the gift of the jab and he laughed and said ‘I’m going to use that’.

    The masked prince watched some of the vaccinators – which included university medical students – deliver the booster jabs to those who waited patiently.

    Abdul Mukadam, 53, lead GP for Covid vaccinations for Lambeth, said afterwards: “Charles thanked and acknowledged every vaccinator and volunteer he met. He thanked them for the hard work they have been

  • Prince Charles hails efforts of NHS staff and volunteers in delivering boosters

    The Prince of Wales has thanked volunteers and NHS staff at a vaccination centre as he saw for himself the push to deliver booster jabs to the nation.

    Charles, who last week revealed he and Camilla had received their Covid-19 boosters, hailed efforts at a makeshift clinic in Kennington, south London.

    He also spoke out against vaccine misinformation, saying at one point: “It is so frustrating all these nonsense conspiracy theories.”

    The Lambeth GP Federation Covid Vaccinations Walk-In Centre – housed in a church hall – has been administering 3,000 boosters a day – which is 300 an hour.

    Charles gave his personal backing to some of the 127 vaccinators and 190 volunteers working shifts around the clock.

    A queue snaked several hundreds metres down the street, but people waited patiently and were quickly whisked through the queues.

  • William & Kate’s Christmas card shows family in Jordan

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released their official Christmas card photograph showing their family in Jordan.

    William is pictured sitting on a gold pouffe next to wife Kate, with the couple resting a hand on the other’s knee.

    Prince George, eight, and Princess Charlotte, six, sit next to their parents, while three-year-old Prince Louis is sitting on what appears to be a sheepskin rug at his mother’s feet.

    Kensington Palace said the photograph was taken in Jordan earlier this year, but did not say what the nature of the trip was, when exactly it took place, or who was behind the camera.

    Last month, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall went on an official tour to Jordan and Egypt, where they celebrated the culture, heritage and achievements of the Middle East nations.In the photographer, the Cambridges and their children are smiling and look relaxed in casual outfits.

  • Prince Harry writes letter saying he ‘wishes he could help’ veterans

    PRINCE Harry has told of his despair at not being able to help the family of a fallen soldier – after he was stripped of his military titles.

    The palace confirmed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would lose their patronages, with Harry being stripped of his honorary military titles as part of the couple’s 2020 Megxit agreement.

    Harry served for ten years in the Armed Forces, touring Afghanistan twice and rising to the rank of Captain.

    The Sunday People revealed he has now written to the family of Nathan Hunt who are fighting to get their son’s name on the national Armed Forces Memorial after he took his own life in 2018.

    Although he was warrant officer when he died, defence bosses have said his name can’t be added to the commemoration for fallen soldiers.

    Harry told his parents Maria and Derek: “I deeply empathise with what your family is going through and so wish I could assist formally, had I been in the same role I once was.”

    The duke added: “Grief can be a long and burdensome road.

    “Please know you and your family remain in my thoughts.”

  • ‘Gunman who raided bank and bookmaker’s’ shot dead near Kensington Palace

    THIS is the tense moment a cop points a rifle at an alleged gunman’s head after he reportedly raided a bookies and a bank.

    Cops scrambled to a street just minutes from William and Kate’s home in Kensington, West London, yesterday afternoon where the man was shot dead.

    Officers were called to reports of a man with a firearm entering a bookmakers and a bank around Marloes Road in the capital yesterday.

    Loud bangs were heard earlier yesterday afternoon, just yards from Kensington Palace after police were said to have fired several shots at the gunman in the back of a vehicle.

    The force confirmed that despite emergency service’s best efforts, the man could not be saved and died shortly after.

  • Continued…

    The Prince’s Lawyer Mr Brettler said: “Her complaint is ambiguous at best and unintelligible at worst.

    “Giuffre’s refusal to include anything but the most conclusory allegations is puzzling given her pattern of disclosing to the media the purported details of the same allegations.

    “Perhaps it is Giuffre’s tendency to change her story that prompted her to keep the allegations of the Complaint vague, so as not to commit to any specific account.”

    However, Roberts stood by her accusations, saying the Prince “was an abuser, he was a participant”.

  • Andrew hits out at ‘unintelligible’ rape accuser Virginia Roberts

    PRINCE Andrew has claimed his sex assault accuser has a “tendency to change her story” – as he fights to have her lawsuit against him thrown out.

    Lawyers for the Duke of York, 61, hit back against Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who alleges that he sexually assaulted her three times when she was 17.

    Last month Virginia’s attorneys accused the prince of “victim shaming” and using her to “gratify his own sexual desires”.

    In response, Andrew Brettler, the prince’s lead lawyer, said Virginia’s allegations were “vague” because she had given different versions of what happened to her.

    He has asked a judge to throw out Virginia’s New York lawsuit against the royal.

  • BBC podcast held back over backlash

    Following on from the backlash of BBC’s controversial documentary series, they have chosen not to release a podcast about Meghan and Harry.

    The HarryMeghan and the Media podcast was meant to follow on from The Princes and the Press documentary.

    But after viewers complained that it was “disrespectful to the Royal Family”, the Beeb quietly dropped the podcast.

    The two-part BBC Two documentary, presented by Amol Rajan, aired allegations that William’s staff had briefed against the Sussexes.

    It was slammed by The Royal Households for “unfounded claims”.

    The podcast was set to include far more controversial material.

  • Hindered without title

    Harry has told of his despair at not being able to help the family of a fallen soldier – after he was stripped of his military titles.

    The palace confirmed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would lose their patronages, with Harry being stripped of his honorary military titles as part of the couple’s 2020 Megxit agreement.

    The Sunday People revealed he has now written to the family of Nathan Hunt who are fighting to get their son’s name on the national Armed Forces Memorial after he took his own life in 2018.

    Although he was warrant officer when he died, defence bosses have said his name can’t be added to the commemoration for fallen soldiers.

    Harry told his parents Maria and Derek: “I deeply empathise with what your family is going through and so wish I could assist formally, had I been in the same role I once was.”

    The duke added: “Grief can be a long and burdensome road.

    “Please know you and your family remain in my thoughts.”

  • When did the Queen first do her Christmas speech?

    The BBC first aired the Christmas speech in 1932 when King George V addressed the nation via radio from Sandringham, Norfolk.

    The speech was televised for the first time when it was given by the Queen in 1957.

  • ‘I’m proud to support Jabs Army’ (Continued…)

    Camilla ­— who is president of our Jabs Army partner, the Royal Voluntary Service ­— told The Sun: “Thanks to the combined efforts of so many, our country was the first in the world to begin vaccinating its people.

    “Now we are faced with this new variant, I know that, once again, the wonderful Royal Voluntary Service and the Jabs Army will pull together so that we are all protected through the booster jab.

    “You make us proud — and give us hope for brighter days ahead.”

  • ‘I’m proud to support Jabs Army’

    The Duchess of Cornwall and Boris Johnson encouraged our drive to recruit 30,000 volunteers — amid fears the country may already be seeing 200,000 infections a day as the Omicron mutation grows.

    The Sun is recruiting 30,000 to help turbocharge the national mission to drive down the Covid variant and save Christmas.

    The renewed drive comes after Britain suffered its first Omicron death yesterday and No10 said vaccination centres will be open at later hours — and even jab people on Christmas Day — in an all-out bid to beat the virus.

  • Who is Thomas Markle?

    Thomas W Markle, the father of the actress and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, is of Dutch-Irish origin and is 76 years old.

    He was the son of Doris May Rita and Gordon Arnold Markle and has two brothers.

    Thomas was raised in Newport, Pennsylvania.

    He is a former television lighting director working on iconic US shows including Married with Children and General Hospital.

    Thomas Markle married Doria Ragland in 1979.

    The family settled down in The Valley, LA, but Thomas and Doria split in 1987.

    Meghan was six years old at the time.

    He now is retired and living in Rosarito, Mexico.

  • William shares the most ‘difficult’ part of Royal’s Christmas trip

    In Apple+’s new podcast Time to Walk, Prince William gave insight into what happens with the Royal Family all attend the service together.

    He said: “What’s very good about it is that we sit opposite each other as a family.

    “Growing up, having my cousins sat opposite me has always been quite difficult to keep a straight face at times.

    “I have had the giggles many, many times in the service. Luckily, no one’s filming it. So you can get away with it, and on Christmas Day, it’s fun to have a giggle and enjoy yourself.”

  • Prince shares memories with grandfather

    Prince William shared his fond memories of his late grandfather Prince Philip on Christmas morning too.

    He said: “I have strong memories of walking down [to the church], and my grandfather, he used to walk so fast that there’d be huge gaps and spaces between all of us walking down, and there’d be us at the back with little legs trying to keep up.

    “You know, I think, over time, you start to feel quite attached to those moments and those memories before.”





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