Michelle & Barack Obama Are 'Not Advising, Not in Contact with' Prince Harry & Meghan Markle: Sources
Michelle, Barack Obama 'Not Advising' Prince Harry, Meghan Markle“The rumors of them having anything to do with this are totally false. The former president and first lady are not advising the couple and have not been in contact with them,” says one source close to the Obamas, who spent Christmas in Hawaii and remain there on holiday, after a busy December traveling throughout Asia as part of their Obama Foundation work on education and leadership training.
Britain' s Prince Harry and his wife Meghan , Duchess of Sussex, leave Canada House in London last week. TORONTO — The news that Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan , the Duchess of Sussex, had decided to step back from their royal duties and would live part-time in North America has jolted Britain.
Although left hurt by Harry and Meghan ' s actions, the Queen is not given to rash decisions, and will be approaching the problem in a calm and pragmatic way. So when it emerged that it was in fact to be the launch pad for their new independent career, many in the Palace felt that the couple had been
A Vancouver Island charter operator says he turned down a recent booking when he realized the clients were paparazzi looking for photos of Harry and Meghan's seaside residence.
Capt. Miles Arsenault with Deep Cove's Bay to Bay Charters told Global News the client had initially told him on the phone they were in town to make a movie.
No assessment made on security for Prince Harry, Meghan, safety minister says
'No assessment has yet been done as to what actually may be or may not be required,' Bill Blair told reporters. "Until that work is done, those decisions remain to be made.'"No assessment has yet been done as to what actually may be or may not be required," Blair told reporters during a cabinet retreat in Winnipeg. "Until that work is done, those decisions remain to be made.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be hamstrung with strict rules to prevent them from cashing in on their royal titles as they move to become 'financially 'My family and I are entirely supportive of Harry and Meghan ' s desire to create a new life as a young family. 'Although we would have preferred them
But when the clients arrived, he realized they were actually journalists from New York and Japan who wanted to get close to Mille Fleurs, the 12,000 square-foot home in North Saanich the couple have been using as their Vancouver Island getaway.
Arsenualt said when he realized what he was being asked to do, he turned the contract down — even though his water taxi business, which has only been in operation for six months, could use the money.
"It's hard to turn down money when you are starting a new business, but this one was an easy choice to turn down," he said.
"But maybe good will come from it and Harry and Meghan will call and say, 'Hey! Lets go for a boat ride.'"
Trudeau: ‘Lots of discussions’ left on who will cover Meghan and Harry’s security costs in Canada
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there are still a lot of discussions to be had in order to determine who will foot the security bill while Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are living in Canada. Queen Elizabeth released a statement Monday saying the Royal Family has agreed that there will be a period of transition in which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will spend time in Canada and the U.K.Trudeau says the federal government has not been involved "up until this point" about what having Harry, Meghan and their son Archie, in Canada will look like.
Piers Morgan tweeted: ' Harry / Meghan have successfully bullied the Queen into letting them have their cake & eat it'. 'My family and I are entirely supportive of Harry and Meghan ' s desire to create a new life as a Critics' Choice Awards Phoebe Waller-Bridge looks elegant in black gown alongside Kate
Prince Harry (pictured with Meghan on Tuesday) will take his time securing the best financial deal for his family as he prepares for showdown talks with the The couple' s close confidante Tom Bradby claimed the Palace told the Duke and Duchess of Sussex that there were plans for a 'slimmed down
Arsenault went on to say he wanted to leave the couple with the privacy they're looking for in Canada.
"Canadians and all of the islanders respect the privacy of others and would not feel good about taking them [paparazzi] out to take pictures of the royals," he said.
For those speculating, the Navy says the presence of the HMCS Brandon a few km offshore from whereis staying in Saanich is purely coincidental. Vessel "conducting sea trials at a naval sound range and has nothing to do with the royals."
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On Tuesday, the Canadian Forces also splashed cold water on the theory that Coastal Defence Vessel HMCS Brandon, which is currently moored just off shore of Mille Fleurs, was there on royal protection duty.
"HMCS Brandon is conducting sea trials at a naval sound range and has nothing to do with the royals," said a spokesperson in an email.
Kitsilano residents play it cool over rumours they could be getting royal neighbours
Kitsilano residents seem largely unperturbed about the potential for Harry, Meghan and Archie to move into a $36-million property on Point Grey Road.It's been reported for weeks that the couple is interested in living in Canada at least part of the time and some British press are reporting that the couple is interested in buying a $36-million house on Point Grey Road in Vancouver's Kitsilano neighbourhood.
Harry and Meghan face the cameras Jump to media player The newly engaged couple took part in a photo call at Kensington Palace on Monday afternoon. Meghan Markle has revealed that Prince Harry proposed on a Sunday night at home. The newly engaged couple were speaking to the BBC' s
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International media attention has been intensely focused on Vancouver Island since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced plans last week to step away from their high-level royal duties and spend more time in North America.
Meghan Markle returned to Vancouver Island last Thursday, where she had reportedly left baby Archie while the couple returned to the U.K. to deal with the fallout of their decision.
On Monday,that the couple will be splitting their time between the U.K. and Canada.
The duo have yet to formally say where they plan to live, however their recent vacation on Vancouver Island has sparked intense speculation they plan to make the west coast their home.
— With files form Brad MacLeod
Prince Harry and Meghan would have to apply for Canadian citizenship like everyone else .
Following a meeting Monday with Queen Elizabeth II, it’s clear that Prince Harry and Meghan are coming to Canada for “a period of transition.” What’s not clear is whether the couple intend to continue to divide their time between the two countries after everything has been arranged; whether they will eventually settle permanently in Canada; or, whether they have their sights set on another country, perhaps the United States, where Meghan is reportedly still a citizen.