Entertainment Prince Harry & Meghan Markle: Now they put their words into action
Princess Diana said she was seen as a 'threat' by Camilla-Parker Bowles from the moment they met
"I was a very young girl but I was a threat," Diana said of her first meeting with Camilla, who was 14 years her senior.Speaking in secretly-recorded interviews in 1991 for her biography, "Diana: Her True Story" by Andrew Morton, the Princess of Wales opened up about her relationship with the Duchess of Cornwall.
Who believed that(36) and (39, née Markle) would get some rest after their allow yourself to be wrong. One announcement is currently chasing the next!
In the video above, the Sussexes had a surprise appearance just a few days ago - the first after the fuss about their retreat.
The fact that they are no longer in the service of the royals does not keep the couple from work any more than the beautiful American's pregnancy.
Her latest appearance focused on one thing in particular, Meghan's mane. When looking at the pictures in the video below, many a fan asked themselves: What happened to their hair?
Prince Harry & Meghan Markle 'Under No Obligation' to Tell Royal Family About Interview Plans, Source Says
As non-working members of the royal family, a source tells ET the couple do not need to inform them about their plans ahead of time.While it's unknown whether the Duke and Duchess of Sussex -- who made their royal exit last year -- gave the royal family a heads up about their interview with Oprah, a royal source tells ET they are "under no obligation" to let them know about their plans.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: Help for Commonwealth countries
The fruits of one of their heart projects, on which they also want to continue working as private individuals, they were able to reap on Wednesday (February 24th). Because even if they are no longer representatives of the British royal familyYour browser does not support this video This is also the case with the organization "World Central Kitchen", which, with the help of the Archewell Foundation of the Sussexes, is active in countries that are often affected by climate disasters. In Dominica, an aid center including a solar-powered kitchen has now been completed in a school that also serves as a hurricane refuge.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Official Royal Exit Sparks Backlash and Applause
In a statement on Friday, Queen Elizabeth II confirmed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will lose their patronages, as the couple has decided not to return to royal life.Fans of the couple rallied behind them on social media, offering support as the couple, who have been living in California since 2020, enters a new stage of life as private (but still very public) citizens.
The "World Central Kitchen" team posted pictures of it on Instagram and did not forget to mention the help it had received from the Duke and Duchess and their foundation. Certainly not the last project that thanks to the Sussexes can help.
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Prince Harry Says Queen Ghosted Him and Meghan Markle for a Week Amid Royal Exit .
Prince Harry claims a meeting where he and Meghan Markle were to discuss their royal exit plans with Queen Elizabeth II was canceled and they were told she was busy all week.CBS This Morning dropped new clips from Oprah Winfrey's bombshell interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.