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Entertainment Princess Diana and Meghan Markle 'wanted something from the Queen that they didn't get'

03:50  14 june  2021
03:50  14 june  2021 Source:   honey.nine.com.au

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Princess Diana and the Queen in 1987 (Image: GETTY). "I don’ t know if Meghan was overawed in that sense because Meghan was a grown woman with experience of life when she joined the Royal Family whereas Diana was a young girl. "But I think both women wanted something from the Queen that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently welcomed their daughter Lili (Image: EXPRESS). Meghan has only spoken highly about her relationship with the Queen and even provided an example of how warm the monarch has been to her over the past few years. During the Duke and Duchess of

Tracking the notable parallels between Meghan Markle and Princess Diana ’s failed fairy tales. Princess Diana had her private phone conversations published and was dubbed unstable by the press. “I was really ashamed to say it at the time,” Meghan said. “But…I just didn ’ t want to be alive Both Diana and the Sussexes implied that their respective tours of Australia caused jealousy

A royal biographer has claimed the Queen "doesn't encourage others to talk about their feelings", detailing intimate insights into Her Majesty's private life.

Matthew Dennison, author of The Queen: An Elegant New Biography, scoured through decades of royal controversies, exploring the Queen's life as a mother, Princess Diana's death and more recently Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's searing exit from the royal family.

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Elizabeth II, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry posing for the camera: A royal biographer has claimed the Queen © Getty A royal biographer has claimed the Queen

In the book, Dennison asserts, "the Queen doesn't talk about her own feelings, and she doesn't encourage others to talk about their feelings either."

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry named their second child Lilibet - a family nickname for the Queen (Image: GETTY). Ms English claimed on the MailOnline's Palace Confidential the disagreement among Palace sources with the initial claim against Harry and Meghan shows the Royal Family pushing back. The royal expert said: "Absolutely, it is really significant. "The BBC's report produced an absolutely stinging response from the Sussexes. "First through a spokesman saying the Queen was the first person they called and that they would not have gone ahead with the name if the Queen was not

If they had wanted to pay homage to the Queen , they could have called their baby Elizabeth, Lili or Lilibeth. Instead, they decided to hijack a very intimate name for the most important woman in the country. And if the Palace briefing is true, the couple did not first ask her permission. And that really is the root of all of the issues from the past year: They can’ t make up their minds. It makes me wonder whether they will find a way to turn the statue unveiling into a new drama, to make it into a day that is somehow about them . I really hope not. That said, we, the public, might need to stop blaming Meghan

The royal author says the late Princess Diana "had meeting after meeting" with the monarch, claiming the Queen "felt it was the same conversation happening over and over again."

"Diana never forgot who her mother-in-law was and that provided a barrier that was not of the Queen's making," he writes.

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Diana, Princess of Wales et al. posing for the camera: The monarch, whose reign has spanned 69-years, is known for her publicised mantra of © Getty The monarch, whose reign has spanned 69-years, is known for her publicised mantra of

Drawing comparison to Meghan Markle, Dennison questions whether the Duchess of Sussex was "overawed in that sense because Meghan was a grown woman with experience of life when she joined the royal family whereas Diana was a young girl."

"But I think both women wanted something from the Queen that they didn't get," he shares.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Victoria Jones/Pool/AFP via Getty Images. Princess Diana carries Prince Harry during their summer vacation in Spain in 1987.Tim Graham Photo Library via Get . The public side, they wanted a fairy princess … Most telling is the difference between Diana and Meghan ’s emotions while seeking the Queen ’s approval — and remember, Diana was aristocracy

THE QUEEN could not refuse Prince Harry and Meghan Markle using the name Lilibet for their daughter, a royal commentator has claimed. He added: "It's pretty odd considering they supposedly like the fact of a private life and they want their children to grow up away from the strains of the monarchy, to name them after two of the most famous royals in the world. "I doubt very much if the Queen didn ' t approve she would say anything because they 're trying to build bridges with the Sussexes.


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Dennison suggested the Queen's 'closed off approach' subsequently built a barrier to Princess Diana and Meghan Markle.

The monarch, whose reign has spanned 69-years, is known for her publicised mantra of "never complain, never explain."

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Elizabeth II sitting on a chair: Dennison discussed the tide of change occurring in the royal family. © Getty Dennison discussed the tide of change occurring in the royal family.

However, in the wake of the ongoing rift with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Queen has instructed the Palace to address 'mistruths' issued in the press about the royal family's private affairs.

Buckingham Palace has removed its long-time silence stance, according to The Mail On Sunday, with the Queen instructing courtiers to correct any statements which misrepresent her private conversations or those of other senior Royals.

Princess Diana would have loved Lilibet Diana's name

  Princess Diana would have loved Lilibet Diana's name Princess Diana would have loved Lilibet Diana's nameStewart Pearce, the late royal's former voice coach, believes Prince Harry's mother - who died in a car crash in 1997 - would have been overjoyed that her grandchild Lilibet 'Lili' Diana Mountbatten-Windsor's middle name is a tribute to her.

MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry have been urged to hold Lilibet's christening in the UK to allow the Royal Family to attend. But what do you think, should the Duke and Duchess of Sussex return to the UK and baptise the babe on British soil? Last Friday Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcomed a baby daughter, named Lilibet 'Lili' Diana Mountbatten-Windsor after the Queen and the late Princess of Wales. The Duchess gave birth to the babe in Santa Barbara, California, and so it seems likely the couple will decide to christen the child in the US.

Harry and Meghan , who are now based in California, announced the arrival of their daughter last Sunday, prompting warm messages of congratulations from the Queen , Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. But the mood began to sour with an article in the New York Post which said it had been ‘told’ by unnamed sources that ‘Harry called the Queen for permission to name his daughter Lilibet’. The story was soon picked up by other media outlets, infuriating the Palace to the extent that a high-ranking, but unnamed, Palace source did not

Dennison discussed the tide of change occurring in the royal family, calling the prospect of Prince Charles' rule as King one of the "most important" things the Queen could do for her child.

"The Queen thinks – and Philip did, too – that the most important thing they've given to their children is this idea of service," he writes.

"It's amazing what Prince Charles has done and I think his monarchy will resemble his mother's because he shares her feelings about it as something special.

a man and a woman standing in front of a building: Queen Elizabeth II arrives with Prince Charles, Prince of Wales in the House of Lord's Chamber during the State Opening of Parliament at the House of Lords on May 11, 2021 in London, England. © Getty Queen Elizabeth II arrives with Prince Charles, Prince of Wales in the House of Lord's Chamber during the State Opening of Parliament at the House of Lords on May 11, 2021 in London, England.

"When we're young, we don't care what we do as long as it's different from our parents, but he's had long enough to grow through that and reflect on the model of his parents."

A description of the book on Amazon chronicles the "monarchy in Britain" as a "mindset".

"The person of the monarch is the closest an ethnically and culturally diverse society comes to a visible representative of past, present and future, although population changes since 1945 have made it impossible for Elizabeth II convincingly to embody the wide-ranging outlooks and aspirations of a muddled demographic," the description says.

"Instead she is understood as the champion of a handful of 'British' values endorsed – if no longer practised – by the bulk of the nation: service, duty, steadfastness, charity, stoicism: a visible definition of an aspect of 'Britishness'."

Mail's royal experts give their video verdict on baby Lilibet's name .
Mail on Sunday journalist Kate Mansey says on Palace Confidential that the whole row has made Her Majesty decide that the Palace will challenge 'mistruths' made about the family.The baby has been named after the private family nickname for the Queen, the baby's great-grandmother.

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