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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been “frozen” from the royal family both during and after their visit to the UK next week, a friend of Prince Charles told the Daily Beast.In her interview The Cut.
A friend told The Daily Beast: But next week’s meeting is unlikely. Everything was already on hold until we saw what was in Harry’s book, but when Meghan aggressively threatened to reveal more secrets and told the interviewer, “Because I haven’t signed anything.” , I can say what I want.” ”
The couple’s decision to visit Britain on a quasi-royal tour next week was greeted with irritation behind the walls of Buckingham Palace. Although they may simply see it as an altruistic abandonment of time, royal supporters and their critics argue that the couple are provocatively treading real royal territory. .
The couple certainly has a full itinerary. They are due to arrive in Windsor on Sunday, and Meghan has been touted as a “keynote speaker” at a charity youth event in Manchester on Monday, which Harry will also attend.
On Tuesday, the couple will fly to Düsseldorf, Germany for the Invictus Games preview event.
One night she is turned over to attend the publication of her friend Edward Enninful’s memoir, according to fashion sources. trend The editors have invited Meghan Markle to guest edit the September issue. trend In 2019, she was consistently one of her most loyal supporters.
There are no pre-announced commitments on Wednesday. Should the couple dash to Balmoral, Scotland to meet Queen Elizabeth, this is their window. But the fact that the Queen is scheduled to perform one of her most solemn constitutional duties on Tuesday and swear off a new Prime Minister means she will have no choice but to choose not to issue invitations to couples. Strategically, the Queen is likely keenly aware of the risks of welcoming Harry and Meghan to Balmoral the day after her historic final anointing of British leaders.
Indeed, the Queen’s deteriorating health is amply illustrated by her decision, for the first time in her seventy-year reign, to anoint a new Prime Minister in Balmoral rather than in London.
It is worth noting that HM has announced the news that it will bid farewell to Boris Johnson and not go to London to anoint his successor on the day of the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death. Royal News Feed. Featured in a photo of a traditional hand-kissing ceremony (immortalized in the 2006 film) queen) Making small concessions to her health (holding a stick or sitting, for example) would blow out coverage of Harry and Meghan in the national press for days.
Thursday night Harry will be attending the Wellchild Awards. Critics say the couple tries to keep casting themselves as full royals, to all extents and purposes.
It will be interesting to see which British newspapers (if any) devote Friday front pages to Harry and which pages to William and Kate’s children.Moving to Windsor in the summer.
William and Kate will likely run the school themselves, and their presence is an unspoken denunciation of Meghan’s allegations The Cut To run a school in the UK, it would have been necessary to carry out a challenge of 40 photographers.
UK public relations strategist Mark Volkowski told The Daily Beast: However, this situation is dangerous for the British royal family as it is very likely that confidentiality will be breached. They’re very risk-averse, so there’s no doubt they’ll act safe as usual, especially knowing that Duchess Meghan is coming into a country with little support or sympathy.
“The interview may have been designed to frighten the royal family, but it could end up helping Cambridge in particular. Her wedding caused the same celebration that Nelson Mandela was released in South Africa.” crazy quotes to be [Meghan claimed a South African told her: “I just need you to know: When you married into this family, we rejoiced in the streets the same we did when Mandela was freed from prison”]claims refuted by Mandela’s own son fall entirely into the hands of William and Kate. They seem genuine and friendly in comparison.
Ultimately, the British royal family’s reaction to Harry and Meghan’s quasi-royal tour seems to be best summed up by that old World War II adage: “Keep calm and carry on.”