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ROYAL FAMILY NEWS: King Charles ‘wasn’t invited’ to see Prince Harry as war of words erupts

ROYAL FAMILY NEWS: King Charles ‘wasn’t invited’ to see Prince Harry as war of words erupts

The King is hosting a garden party with senior royals while Prince Harry misses the reunion

Sources have claimed that Prince Harry did not apply to visit King Charles or be invited to an Invictus Games Foundation event when he traveled to London.

But friends of the Duke of Sussex claimed he was stung when his father did not ask to see him but was able to attend a garden party at Buckingham Palace – despite being treated for cancer.

A friend of Charles said: “It’s all very sad.” times. “While he was barely rolling out the red carpet the moment this Invictus Journey was announced, with doctors advising him to focus on his treatment and recovery, the idea that he refused to find space in his diary was…well, let’s just say memories might be different again.”

One of Harry’s friends responded: “Couldn’t His Majesty have asked to see his son? It was widely known he was coming.”

The war of words came over the weekend, as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited Nigeria, where the two spoke at a mental health summit with the local non-profit. Jiankou FoundationSupported by the Arkewell Spouses Foundation at Lightway Academy, Abuja.

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Prince Harry and King Charles are in a war of words over whether the royals have offered to meet

Different reports on whether King Charles offered to meet Prince Harry or vice versa last week were attributed to a lack of coordination between the King and Harry’s PR teams.

Royal historian Dr Judith Rowbotham said: “There is no real relationship between them [Sussexes’s] The King’s PR team and the King’s PR team because that would be constitutionally inappropriate.

“If they work together, it could create a situation where the king ignores the restrictions imposed by the government.”

In 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down from frontline royal duties, meaning they are no longer “part of the state structure”, according to Dr Rowbotham.

Barney DavisMay 12, 2024 at 19:09

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The Duke of Edinburgh pays tribute to the centenary unveiling of the Knights’ Memorial

In honor of those who made the ultimate sacrifice, members of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth Cavalry and Yeomanry marched past the memorial to honor their fallen comrades in the First World War and the wars that followed.

Prince Edward, Royal Honorary Colonel of the Royal Dragoon Guards, met members of the Combined Cavalry before laying a wreath at the memorial.

Barney DavisMay 13, 2024 06:01

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How Harry and Charles were only a twenty minute drive away – but they remained miles apart

The distance between St Paul’s Cathedral, where Harry held a celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games, and Buckingham Palace, where Charles hosted a spring garden party, is just over two miles – or about £14 in an Uber – yet it has been introduced to highlight how long The pair are apart.

Barney DavisMay 13, 2024 at 05:00

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Prince William pays tribute to Steve Irwin at glitzy Vegas concert

Prince William shared a special message about Irwin and his efforts to save the environment at a Steve Irwin concert in Las Vegas on Saturday, May 11.

“The night is all about saving the environment and continuing Steve’s global mission to protect life on our planet,” he said.

He spoke of Irwin’s hope for “cleaner water, fresh air and abundant wildlife,” and “a future for our children,” explaining that his own values ​​align with this.

William continued: “I’m proud to join you virtually tonight to celebrate their work through Wildlife Warriors. Seeing the global impact of the charity, which Steve and Terry founded in 2002, brings hope for the future.”

“It has never been more important for each of us to make environmentally conscious choices that will ensure the healthy future of our planet.”

Barney DavisMay 13, 2024 04:01

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The Royal Family’s ‘coordinated move’ as Prince Harry endures ‘apparent contempt’ from King Charles

Prince Harry has been snubbed by King Charles, according to a royal expert.

Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliam told The Mirror: “This has been an extraordinary week as Harry’s spokesman revealed that King Charles had not had time to see him, which is an obvious snub.

This comes amid reports that sources claim that King Charles offered Prince Harry a place to stay but the Duke “rejected the offer”.

The sources claimed that Harry’s father, King Charles, agreed to allow his son to stay at a royal residence during the trip, but Harry refused to stay in a hotel.

Barney DavisMay 13, 2024 03:01

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iSemi | Archbishop of Canterbury breaks silence on royal family rift: ‘We must not judge them’

Archbishop of Canterbury breaks silence on royal row: ‘We must not judge them’

The Archbishop of Canterbury has broken his silence on the row between the royal family as he urged: “We must not judge them.” Instead, Justin Welby said King Charles, the Princess of Wales and other family members “should be prayed for” as the king and Kate continue their cancer treatment. During an interview on Good Morning Britain on Thursday, May 9, the Archbishop refused to dismiss private conversations he has had with the royal family, insisting they are “human beings.”

Barney DavisMay 13, 2024 at 02:00

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Harry tries to shed his royal skin, but he is a man who cannot escape his past

The sight of Harry flying but unable to see his father will sadden many. But embarking on a “little royal tour” of Nigeria won’t help mend family rifts that look the same as they always have, he says Tessa Dunlop.

Read Tessa’s full article here:

Barney DavisMay 13, 2024 01:02

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Meghan speaks candidly about ‘cute kids’ Archie and Lilibet at a women’s event in Nigeria

Meghan Markle spoke about her “super cute kids” Archie and Lilibet during a talk at a women’s leadership event in Nigeria.

The Duchess of Sussex said: “I love being a mother” and fulfilled her dreams of becoming one.

She was speaking at a Women in Leadership event that she co-hosted with Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Director-General of the World Trade Organization.

During the panel discussion, Ms. Markle also said that the “balance” in her life has changed over the years and looks different than it did ten years ago before she married and had Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, left, walks alongside Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, right, director-general of the World Trade Organization, during an event in Abuja, Nigeria, Saturday. (AP)

Barney DavisMay 13, 2024 00:01

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The only thing that got King through his difficult first year as king

King Charles has had a turbulent first year as king, but there is one thing that has kept him going, according to a royal expert.

Former BBC Royal correspondent Jenny Bond told OK! The magazine: “We are told that he spent the weekend at Highgrove gardening and meditating. Gardening is a great way to reflect on life and all it brings.

“The King is clearly upset and frustrated by the way his cancer diagnosis has stopped him.

“But this is the time of year when the garden bursts with life and colour; “There is new growth everywhere, and with that comes new hope.”

Bond added: “His doctors are delighted with his progress, and although he is very concerned about his beloved daughter-in-law, Katherine, he can relax knowing that she has finally had the peace and privacy she has asked for.”

Charles and Camilla in the gardens of Buckingham Palace on April 10, the day after their 19th wedding anniversary. (Milly Pilkington/Buckingham Palace) (PA wire)

Barney DavisMay 12, 2024 at 22:20

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Prince William makes a surprise appearance at BAFTA

Prince William entered the BAFTA ceremony to present the award to Baroness Fluella Benjamin.

William said to the audience: “Good evening. Tonight we are delighted to pay tribute to the remarkable achievements of Baroness Floella Benjamin when she was awarded a Fellowship this year for her pioneering work with children and young people; its long-standing commitment to broadcast television; And for her work as an unwavering champion of inclusion.

“In a career spanning more than five decades, she has touched the lives of millions. She has graced our screens as a much-loved presenter of children’s television programmes, most notably Playschool and Play Away.

“She has also contributed significantly to BAFTA itself – she chaired the BAFTA Television Committee from 1997 to 2000 and established the BAFTA Children’s Awards in 1995.

“Away from the screen arts, Baroness Benjamin has steadfastly championed the education and wellbeing of children, supported a large number of charitable organisations, campaigned tirelessly for social justice and – as a member of the Windrush Generation – given a voice to those who faced discrimination. Access UK .

“She is an actress, author, singer, politician and businesswoman, a beacon of representation and a voice for change.”

Baroness Floella Benjamin with a BAFTA award (BBC)

Barney DavisMay 12, 2024 at 21:45