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Meghan and Harry to cash in on 'big pay deal' for Jubilee interviews - expert

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in coverage of this year's Jubilee.READ MORE: Kate ‘very keen’ to invite Harry back for Wills birthday – but ‘no mention of Meghan’The pair returned to the UK for the event, which was their first public appearance alongside the Windsors since they dramatically quit The Firm in 2020.While the Sussexes were relegated to seats with minor royals at The Service of Thanksgiving in St Paul's Cathedral - a telling change to their standing - royal expert Neil Sean claims the couple have since been offered TV deals.Speaking on his YouTube channel, Mr Sean claimed: "All the TV broadcasters around the world are looking to put together specials on the Platinum Jubilee, particularly for their year-end things."American networks are very keen on is to sit down with Harry and Meghan to get their take on what has been spectacular years."I've been told that Australian TV too are interested particularly all the mainstream media now."When you think about it that could be a big pay deal for Harry and Meghan."The claims come amid reports Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, is keen to help her husband Prince William settle differences with his brother Harry.According to Mr Sean, Catherine is "very keen" for Harry to be invited to a joint 40th birthday bash to be held for her and William.But, it is claimed, that Meghan may be shunned.“According to a very good source, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, is very keen for Harry to be invited … [although] no mention of Meghan, I noted in the quote I was told," Neil said on his YouTube channel.He said Kate's attempt to get the brothers to "re-bond" at the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral had failed.He added that Kate was “nothing but a trier” and that “she did like Prince
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Prince Harry's 'desperate for approval' as expert warns him to 'stop giving interviews'
Prince Harry should stop giving interviews to American media after showing signs of desperation for approval from his brother Prince William, a royal expert urged.The relationship between the brothers was "strained in the extreme" according to Daily Mirror royal editor, Russell Myers who discussed the ongoing tensions of the princes."We saw at the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, they didn't unfortunately hang out at all," he spoke on Australia's Today Show.READ NEXT: Prince Harry 'very keen' to share military experience with Ukraine in war against Putin"I was at St Paul's Cathedral where I saw Prince Harry sort of straining his neck to try and catch his brother's eye but didn't manage to at all."They didn't spend any time over those four days at all but I think Prince Harry needs to stop giving interviews to American television networks before the two brothers nearly sit down and get back to their best and I imagine that's not gonna happen before long."Harry and wife Meghan Markle flew from California across pond to attend his grandmother's Platinum Jubilee celebrations and attended the Thanksgiving Service at St Paul's Cathedral.The Sussexes, who are no longer working members of the Royal Family, sat metres apart from the Cambridges and Harry showed a sign that he was "desperate for approval from his brother", Russell added.Host Karl Stefanovic commented: "I hadn't realised the fact that probably it was coming from, the shutouts from William, as opposed to Harry."I think we all assumed, considering the bad press around Meghan and Harry, that it's always like them subbing people but actually, Harry is looking for approval from his brother but his brother is shutting the door."For the latest breaking news and stories from
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'It's disgusting' Piers Morgan slams Prince Harry's 'terrible' decision to call out royals
He explained he felt “annoyed” by Harry. Piers then added he was unimpressed by Harry’s potential decision to “spray-gun the Royals”. He prefaced by describing Meghan as “highly manipulative” and “ruthless” but adding that Harry’s behaviour was just as frustrating. The star said: “You’re dealing with a really ruthless person here, highly manipulative, very determined to springboard herself up the social ladder…“But really, I feel as annoyed by Harry’s behaviour, if not more so actually. “I think what he’s doing is terrible. “The fact he keeps doing it, and he’s got this book coming out, which is presumably going to spray-gun the royals all over again, I think it’s disgusting.”He then went on to discuss the scandals involving Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in comparison to Prince Andrew.Speaking to The Times in April he confirmed he obviously thought what Andrew is accused of was “far worse.” He explained there is no scale to compare the two scandals. The presenter said the fact that The Queen’s second son has had to “pay millions of dollars in a settlement to stop himself being accountable in a court of law against a woman claiming that he had under-age sex with her in America is disgusting”. That was far from the first time Piers got involved with a public spat, however. A Twitter argument he once had with Amber Heard in 2019 was recently uncovered. It follows after Piers has hit out at Amber over her remarks about losing her defamation trial against ex-husband Johnny Depp.The original exchange took place when Piers went after razor company Gillette for their “the best a man can be” campaign, where they encouraged men to stop saying “boys will be boys”.Gillette said that the expression “excuses bad behaviour”. Piers
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Why Queen Elizabeth Won't Publicly Release Meghan Markle's 'Inflammatory' Bullying Report (Exclusive)
Queen Elizabeth does not want any more of the palace's «dirty linens» aired in public.After it was revealed that Buckingham Palace would not be releasing a report to the public on the investigation into claims that Meghan Markle «bullied» palace staff, ET royal expert, Katie Nicholl, said that the Queen is doing her best to keep the matter «in-house» after a particularly dramatic year for the royal family.«Everything that I'm hearing at the moment out of the palace, is that the Queen doesn't want any more drama. She just doesn't want any more dirty linens aired in public,» Nicholl shared.She continued, «By taking it in-house, which is essentially what the Queen has done, she is trying to limit any further damage, any further damage to the monarchy, potentially any further damage to those members of staff who have made those allegations and also, possibly to the Duchess of Sussex, who denied those allegations.»While trying to limit any further damage to those involved, Nicholl said the Palace is trying to protect those involved as well as the queen attempts to bury Meghan's bullying report.«Well, it's been speculated that the reason that this investigation isn't going to essentially see the light of day, at least in public, is to protect those who spoke out and made these allegations of bullying against the Duchess of Sussex, to protect their privacy, to protect their anonymity.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex (born Rachel Meghan Markle; August 4, 1981) is an American member of the British royal family and former actress. Markle was raised in Los Angeles, California and has a mixed ethnic heritage. During her studies at Northwestern University, she began playing small roles in television series and films. From 2011 to 2017, she played Rachel Zane on the American legal drama Suits. She is an outspoken feminist and has addressed issues of gender inequality, and her lifestyle website The Tig featured a column profiling influential women. She represented international charity organizations and received recognition for her fashion and style, releasing a line of clothing in 2016.
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