PRINCE William BULLIED Prince Harry and Meghan Markle until they left the Royal Family, a book claims.Royal author Andrew Morton has added six chapters to his 2019 book, Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, some of which focuses of Megxit and the reasons the runaway royals eventually fled the UK.
“The Duchess of Cambridge’s coolness towards Meghan, and William’s alleged bullying contributed to a devastating Cain and Abel fallout between the brothers,” Morton says in extracts published in the Mail on Sunday.
WHEN it comes to childcare, unsurprisingly, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have the cream of the crop.Maria Borrallo trained at the prestigious Norland College in Bath, and as part of her training she was instructed not to say one word in particular.
Norland expert Louise Heren, and author of Nanny in a Book, discovered that there is one word Maria must not say on the job.
Speaking to the Mirror, Louise explained that that Norland nannies are banned from saying ‘kids’ and must instead use the children’s names at all times.Louise says: “The word kid is banned. It’s a mark of respect for the children as individuals.”
Sussexes’ jet created 17t of carbon emissions
A flight on a private jet from New York to California is estimated to produce 17 tons of carbon emissions.The average carbon footprint per person in the UK per year is 12.7 tons, eco firm Pawprint says.Earlier, the Sussexes had been ferried around New York in gas- guzzling 4x4s on what looked like an unofficial “royal tour”.
They have faced repeated criticism for insisting on using private flights, despite preaching about the environment.The Sun revealed in 2019 that the pair had taken six of ten round trips on private jets since getting married the previous year.
Meghan’s sweet tribute to Diana
During Harry and Meghan’s appearance at the Global Citizen Live concert in Central Park, New York on Saturday Meghan was spotted holding the Dior Lady D-Lite handbag.
This bag was one of the go-to bags favoured by Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana.The bag was originally called the Chouchou (French for “favourite”) and was given to Diana in 1995 by French Prime Minister Jacques Chirac’s wife Bernadette.
The princess soon snapped up the bag in several colours and even carried it with her during one of her own trips to New York when she attended the 1996 Met Gala.In fact, Diana loved the bag so much, its name was changed to the Lady Dior bag that same year, according to Vogue.
The Harry slap
THE ROYAL family want to throw punches at Prince Harry after he and Meghan Markle caused Megxit fallout drama, Mike Tindall has joked.
Rugby legend Tindall, married to Princess Anne’s daughter Zara, made the wisecrack comments on Monday at A Question Of Sport Live at the London Palladium.He told the audience about a boozy night out back in 2003, when Prince Harry joined England’s team to celebrate their Rugby World Cup win in Sydney.
After several drinks Tindall and teammate Iain Balshaw decided it would be funny to throw some punches at the Queen’s grandson – and see how long it would take his security to knock them to the ground.
He laughed as he explained it took just a few seconds – but went on to joke that the firm would love to get a few jabs in.He said: “At Balmoral, the family are now having the same conversation. Except the Queen has taken his security away.”