Meghan and Harry latest – Top royal RAGING that Duchess won't put Prince Harry's duties before her own career

THE Duke of Edinburgh is secretly "very disappointed" that Meghan Markle refuses put Prince Harry's royal duties before her own career.

Prince Philip famously gave up his beloved career in the Royal Navy in order to stand by the Queen and do what's best for the monarchy.

Now insiders believe he is shocked that Meghan has refused to do the same, worrying that the Duchess is following in Diana's footsteps and trying to turn the royal family into a popularity contest.

Speaking to Sky News royal biographer Ingrid Seward said “I think he's very, very disappointed… he just cannot understand why she couldn't support Harry and help him rather than wanting to have her voice.”

Follow all the latest news on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry below…

  • OMID SCOBIE 'DOESN'T KNOW IF SUSSEXES LIKE HIM'

    The author of Finding Freedom has said he “doesn’t even know if the Sussexes like him” after he published a tell-all account of Megxit.

    Omid Scobie, 38, co-authored the revealing book on why the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decided to leave the firm – but now claims he is unsure what the royal couple think of him.

  • HARRY AND MEGHAN ‘SHOPPED AROUND’ BEFORE NETFLIX DEAL

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry “shopped themselves around” for a big-money TV deal before settling on Netflix, the firm's boss Reed Hastings revealed.

    The streaming giant's co-CEO claimed the Sussexes offered themselves to “all major companies” before bagging themselves the deal thought to be worth £112million.

  • MEGHAN TRYING TO BE 'AUTHENTIC'

    Meghan Markle showed “clear signs of anger” during a recent women's summit interview with Fortune editor Ellen McGirt, claims a body language expert.

    The Duchess of Sussex , 39, spoke at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit by video link, opting for a “sit-down” chat at the £10k-a-head event on Tuesday.

    Body language expert Judi James said that Meghan put on a “slightly defensive” display during Tuesday's summit, adding that she spoke with a “misunderstood tone”.

    Judi explained that “splaying out” on the sofa with her shirt sleeves pulled up is an indication that she “wants to get down to business” while trying to be “authentic”.

  • MEGHAN'S NUTRITIONIST SAYS YOGHURT IS THE SECRET TO HER FIGURE

    Gabriela Peacock, who shaped Meghan's pre-wedding diet, has claimed that eating a spoonful of yoghurt before every meal can aid weight loss.

    She claims the dairy dish will help blitz body fat by tricking your body into reducing insulin and blood sugar spikes.

    The model turned nutritionist told The Telegraph: “I tell my clients to eat some spoonfuls of yoghurt before a meal.

    “By starting your meal with protein as opposed to carbohydrate, you reduce the insulin and blood sugar spikes that come from releasing carbs into your blood stream.

    “So having a bit of yoghurt – or some cheese or ham – is a useful trick.”

  • JEREMY CORBYN GAVE MEG A BOOK OF POETRY

    Jeremy Corbyn and his wife gave Harry and Meghan a book of left-wing poetry at the height of the Megxit wars in solidarity with the departing Royals.

    The Sussexes lavished thanks on the hard-left former Labour leader and his wife for their “support” in a bizarre alliance revealed in “Left Out: The Inside Story of Labour under Corbyn”

    The thank you note read: “Dear Jeremy and Laura. Sending our great thanks for the wonderful work of Mexican literature that you so kindly gave us at the Commonwealth Service; Sor Juna Ines de la Cruz is a fascinating historical figure, and we look forward to learning more about her life and works! Thanks for the support, Harry and Meghan.”

  • THE SWEET ANNIVERSARY GIFT MEGHAN GAVE HARRY

    Meghan, 39, relied on her calligraphy skills to hand craft her hubby a gift on their first anniversary.

    Tying in with tradition of the first year being the paper anniversary, Meghan hand wrote out their wedding speech and had it framed for Harry, according to People.

    While it is not known what was exactly said by the bride on her wedding day, she did declare “I have found my prince.”

    She also spoke about her “special bond” with Prince Charles and thanked the royal family for “welcoming” her.

  • MEG 'LEARNED TO DRINK TEA BEFORE MEETING THE QUEEN'

    The Duchess of Sussex is said to have taken a two-hour lesson including how to hold a cup and saucer and how to use a knife and fork.

    The etiquette class was led by Edmund Fry, who runs the Rose Tree Cottage tea room in Pasadena, California.

    “She is an amazing young lady, so very in control herself and very nice with people,” Edmund told Fabulous Digital.

    He advised her how to sip her tea, place the cutlery in the correct position – and other etiquette rules such as what to do with the napkin.

  • THE PATRIOTIC SIGN MEG HAS IN HER HOME

    Meghan showcased her love of her new home with an “I love you California” print in her Santa Barbara mansion during a recent Zoom call.

    Hung above the mantelpiece was a print of a bear holding the state of California in its paws, printed with the words “I love you California.”

    The words refer to the state’s official anthem which was published in 1913, and later adopted by California 1951 and confirmed in 1987 as the sunshine state’s official song.

  • 'MEGHAN WEASLED HER WAY INTO THE KINGDOM' SAYS WENDY WILLIAMS

    Wendy Williams has claimed Meghan Markle “weaseled her way into the kingdom” before leaving the United Kingdom for Los Angeles.

    The daytime talk show host later referred to Meghan as the “Duchess of Malibu.”

    Wendy added she always liked Meghan's style and how “she finessed everybody” when she and Harry started dating.

  • THE £47 CANDLE MEGHAN BURNS IN HER SANTA BARBARA HOME

    The Duchess of Sussex recorded a supportive message for a contestant on America's Got Talent last week where she gave a glimpse at her living room.

    Sitting on the shelf behind Meghan is a £47 Tubéreuse candle from luxury perfumer Diptyque.

    According to Net-a-Porter the candle “will envelope your living space with a heady floral fragrance.”

    It is also listed as the “perfect new home gift” and it may have been just that given the couple’s recent move.

  • PRINCE PHILIP 'DISAPPOINTED IN MEGHAN'

    Prince Philip is “very disappointed” that Meghan Markle hasn’t supported the monarchy, an expert has claimed.

    The Duke of Edinburgh, 99, couldn’t understand why the Duchess of Sussex couldn’t give up her career as he had been forced to do when the Queen ascended the throne in 1952.

    Speaking to Sky News, royal biographer Ingrid Seward explained: “I think he's very, very disappointed because I think he feels he gave up his naval career in order to stand by the Queen and help the monarchy.

    “And why can't Meghan just give up her acting career, support her husband and support the monarchy?”

  • SOMETHING IN COMMON

    Meghan’s son Archie and Princess Eugenie’s baby could have something in common when the tot arrives next year.

    If Eugenie decides to give birth in the same hospital that she was born in back in 1990, then the new royal baby and Archie Harrison will immediately share a similar story.

    Meghan welcomed Archie, one, in London's The Portland Hospital back in May 2019.

    Meanwhile, Eugenie and her sister, Princess Beatrice, were also born in the American-owned hospital.

    In fact, when Sarah Ferguson gave birth to eldest daughter Beatrice in August 1988, it made her the first member of the royal family to give birth in a non-NHS hospital.

  • MEGHAN’S SNACKING HABITS REVEALED

    Meghan has spoken a fair bit about her diet in the past, and confirmed that one of her go-to healthy snacks is watermelon.

    In a past interview, she said: “On set and at home, I try to always have a container of watermelon sprinkled with cinnamon because it elevates the flavour just a notch, and makes it feel special.”

    The mum-of-one also prefers a healthy drink to gorging on takeaways.

    Speaking of her fast food choices, she told The Chalkboard in a past chat: “A green juice. That’s fast. And it’s food. It’s been many moons since I went through a drive thru.”

  • PRINCE HARRY & MEGHAN CAN'T STOP 'YAPPING'

    Piers Morgan slammed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry as “yapping and whining” in an extended TV rant this morning.

    Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Piers hit out at the pair after Meghan, 39, spoke at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit by video link, saying the current coronavirus pandemic was forcing people to “go through a reset”.

    She also said that “bots and trolls” were changing the way people interacted with each other, both online and in person.

    Describing Meghan and Harry as “yapping every day”, Piers added: “Ironically she said this on the day she lost part of her court battle.”

    Yesterday she lost a court bid to block claims she allegedly co-operated with the authors of Finding Freedom.

    Read our full story HERE.

  • 'AMAZING' LA LOCKDOWN

    Meghan Markle has said she enjoyed an 'amazing' coronavirus lockdown in Los Angeles with Prince Harry.

    Speaking at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit by video link, Meghan said: “For me, it’s been amazing to spend time with my husband and watch our little one [son Archie] grow and that’s where our attention has been.

    “In addition to, of course, how we can be a part of the change of energy that so many people are craving right now and whatever we can do to help in that capacity.”

  • DO SUSSEXES LIKE FINDING FREEDOM AUTHOR?

    In a new interview with Tatler, Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie, 38, said that Meghan Markle's friends who didn't want her to be involved in the book 'changed their minds six months later' over how she'd been treated. Also:

    • Scobie had to call police over threats to burn his house down
    • And he revealed he is a glutton for detail and got great scoops thanks to his “natural knack for lip reading”
    • The author blames two NDAs for preventing him from telling the truth on the dismissals of two Sussex staffers
    • Scobie 'doesn't even know if the Sussexes like him' – and said: “Press is press and there'll always be that distance”

    ROYAL BREAK

    The Coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe is the ‘pause Prince Harry needed’, Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie says.

    In a new interview with Tatler, Scobie, 38, said that without Covid-19 – which has killed a million people worldwide – Prince Harry would have started a charity immediately.

    But instead, the author insists, it's given the Duke of Sussex a breather following his shift from the UK to America.

    “It's a pause he's needed, and he wouldn't have had it he'd arrived in LA and gone straight into launching the non-profit,” Mr Scobie said.

    Harry himself called the pandemic “devastating and destructive” in a video recorded at his California home.

    'BUZZ' AROUND MEGHAN AND HARRY'S NETFLIX SHOW

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's animated Netflix series about inspiring women is “creating a lot of buzz in the industry”, a source has claimed.

    An industry source told Vanity Fair: “There’s a lot of buzz about it, it is going ahead and work has started on the series.”

    Netflix has previously said: “The couple already have several projects in development, including an innovative nature docuseries and an animated series that celebrates inspiring women.

    “But we are not disclosing any of the programming slate at this time.”

    MEGHAN MARKLE SHOWS EMOTIONAL SIDE

    The Duchess of Sussex emphasised her “emotional side” in her video appearance at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit.

    Body language expert Judi James told The Mirror:“Meghan emphasizes her emotional side again with the mention of tears and as she looks away dramatically to consider her thoughts as she speaks it is the shaking of her head that suggests a sense of bewilderment or disbelief.”

    MEGHAN 'SHOWED SIGNS OF ANGER' IN LATEST APPEARANCE

    A body language expert has said that the Duchess of Sussex “showed signs of anger” in her latest video appearance.

    Meghan, 39, spoke at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit by video link, saying the current coronavirus pandemic was forcing people to “go through a reset”.

    Judi James told The Mirror: “The splaying and pit-baring looks confident and gently powerful, as does the preen gesture with her hair, while the very subtle lower jaw-jut and a few sharp, accelerated blinks hint at some anger, although her tone overall signals bewilderment from a woman who tells us she has not been controversial in what she says in the past.”

    MEGHAN NOT CONTROVERSIAL ENOUGH FOR PIERS MORGAN

    Meghan Markle assumes she is “right about everything”, says Piers Morgan.

    The Good Morning Britain presenter was reacting to news of the Duchess of Sussex telling Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit: “If you look back at anything that I’ve said, it’s really interesting because what ends up being inflammatory it seems is people’s interpretations of it.

    “But if you listen to what I actually say, it’s not controversial.”

    Piers pointed out: “She says nothing she says is ever controversial.”

    He added that Meghan “says she no longer reacts to anything whether it's critical or positive.

    “She doesn't notice it, she doesn't react to it.

    “What she really means is 'nothing I say is controversial because I'm right about everything'; this is this kind of liberal, woke thing.”

    MEGHAN IS A 'VERY PRIVATE LADY'

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were slammed as “yapping and whining” in an extended TV rant this morning by Piers Morgan.

    Speaking on Good Morning Britain, he hit out at the pair after Meghan, 39, spoke at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit by video link, saying the current coronavirus pandemic was forcing people to “go through a reset”.

    Piers took objection to Meghan's contribution and teased that, despite the pair's repeated requests for privacy, they were more prevalent than ever.

    “The Duchess of Sussex has popped again, in her daily address to the world,” he laughed.

    “She's a very private lady, as you know,” he added – calling her “my old friend.”

    “There's not a day that goes by without these two whining, complaining, suing.”

    Read our full story HERE.

    MEGHAN & HARRY 'ALWAYS YAPPING' – PIERS MORGAN

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been accused of “yapping” by Piers Morgan, reports the Mirror.

    On Good Morning Britain today, Susanna Reid suggested he shouldn't react to stories about the couple.

    She said: “You could just do a news blackout on them.”

    But a wound-up Morgan fired back: “I could leave them alone if they just leave us alone.

    “And not a second of the day goes by when these two aren't yapping!”

    PIERS MORGAN SLAMS MEGHAN MARKLE

    Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan has again let rip at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

    Noting that Meghan spoke at a £10,000-a-head Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit, Morgan said his “old friend Meghan” has “popped up again”.

    He mocked: “She's a very private lady, and in her daily address to the world, she's told in an online conference, hosted by Fortune magazine that nothing she ever says is controversial.

    “This is just, obviously, after she's told Americans how to vote in the election.

    “She also said that she no longer reacts to anything – whether it's critical or positive. She doesn't notice it, she doesn't react to it.”

    MEGHAN & KIM KARDASHIAN SHARE FAMILY SCANDALS

    Meghan Markle’s family have been in the spotlight since she first began dating Prince Harry and, just like Kim Kardashian, she has had to deal with a fair few scandals.

    Her father Thomas has given a series of damning interviews about her, claiming she has shunned him — while also staging paparazzi photos of himself.

    Meghan and Harry will feature in a fly-on-the-wall documentary series to give a “glimpse of their lives”, as part of their £112million Netflix deal.

    It has strong echoes of 39-year-old Kim’s own show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

    However, Kim insists she sympathises with the Sussexes’ pleas for privacy.

    In a television interview, she said: “I can definitely empathise with their need for having a secure, safe place.”

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