MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry's bid to take their Archewell brand global has hit a snag as New Zealand and India refused to accept their trademark application.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex want to prevent anyone else from selling good or services under the foundation's name as they set their sights on ambitious post-Megxit projects.
PRINCE Harry and William have been arguing for the past 18 months, Tom Bradby has claimed.The journalist also denied he negotiated ITV's rights for Harry and Meghan Markle's explosive Oprah interview.🔵 Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest updates He told The Times the princes' relationship "slowly descended into something that was difficult - personally and publicly - really over the past year and a half".
Photo showed the back of Archie holding some balloons, in an image thought to be taken in the garden at their home in California Alison Hammond has responded to critics of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry after they released a special snap to mark son Archie's second birthday.
PRINCE PHILIP accepted Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's decision to step down as senior royals, and a royal expert has claimed the Duke may have been secretly pleased by the news.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their plans to step down as senior members of the Royal Family in January 2020.
Royal commentator Duncan Larcombe said William and Kate's social media "rebranding" is part of their plan to ensure the survival of the Firm going into the future Prince William and Kate Middleton have learned lessons from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as they "really push" towards being the "future king and queen', a royal expert has said.
An expert recently shed light on Meghan Markle’s former royal life and how she just couldn’t “hack it” and ended up curbing to the pressure.The claim was brought forward by royal author Andrew Morton in his latest book titled Elizabeth & Margaret The Intimate World of the Windsor Sisters.
MEGHAN MARKLE had an "untold story" while filming a documentary in 2019, according to journalist Tom Brady.The Duchess of Sussex spoke about her struggles as a senior member of the Royal Family during the documentary ‘Harry and Meghan: An African Journey’.Meghan became close to tears as she opened up about the critiques she received when she was pregnant with the couple’s son Archie.
Royals who aren't in direct line to the throne often have day jobs Having a day job in the ‘real world’ isn’t exactly traditional for members of the firm, but it’s not unheard of.In fact, royals who are not in direct line to inherit the throne - and even those who are - are often involved in work outside of the palace, offering their services to start ups and non-profit organisations.
MEGHAN MARKLE may never set foot on British soil again, according to a royal expert.Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, Anna Pasternak, author of The American Duchess: The Real Wallis Simpson, doubted the Duchess of Sussex would ever set foot in the UK again.When asked whether she thought Mrs Markle would return to the UK with her husband, Prince Harry, for the unveiling of the Princess Diana statue this summer, Ms Pasternak said it was an “emphatic no”.
PRINCE Charles has only met his grandson Archie twice meaning the royal family were forced to use old photos for his birthday post, according to reports.Harry and Meghan’s son turned two this week and palace officials took to social media to celebrate the day.A post on the Royal Family's official Instagram and Twitter pages read: "Wishing Archie Mountbatten-Windsor a very happy 2nd birthday today."
MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry were not in great shape mentally during a documentary about their Africa trip, says its host Tom Bradby Harry & Meghan: An African Journey followed the The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their son Archie on their travels to the continent in 2019.
This Morning host Alison Hammond has defended the "lovely" photo of Archie Mountbatten on his birthday card, as Meghan Markle critics moaned they could not see his face This Morning host Alison Hammond has hit back at critics of Meghan Markle after they slammed her birthday card from two-year-old son Archie, who she shares with husband Prince Harry.
LANHAM, MD — A fatal shooting in Lanham forced four nearby schools into temporary lockdowns Friday morning, officials said.Authorities clarified that the crime did not happen on a school campus, but it occurred a few blocks from the institutions.Meghan Gebreselassie, a spokesperson for Prince George's County Public Schools, informed that these facilities entered the lockdown and diverted buses: DuVal High School Robert Goddard Montessori Catherine T. Reed Elementary School Howard B. Owens Science Center Robert Goddard Bus Lot PGCPS indicated that it has since lifted these lockdowns.
Author Ingrid Seward argued Prince Harry may not have made it clear to Meghan Markle how much her life would change as she moved from mere celebrity status to a full member of the royal family Harry did not explain royal life isn't like being a celebrity to Meghan before they got married, a royal expert claims.
Meghan Markle's new book is 'dull' and not suited to children because 'they want elephants and scary tigers not a lecture about their relationship with their father', royal expert claims
Meghan Markle's new book is better suited to adults than children and has a 'very dull' cover, according to a royal expert.The Duchess of Sussex, 39, revealed this week she is publishing her first book, called The Bench, which is set to hit shelves next month.
ALAN SUGAR previously waded into the Megxit row after labelling Piers Morgan a "broken record" for his continued outrage at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.Despite having happened over a year ago the Megxit saga rages on.Meghan and Harry announced their departure in January 2020, shortly after moving to Canada and then the US where they currently live.
MEGHAN MARKLE is thought to have given Prince Harry some advice about his strained relationship with his father, Prince Charles, and urged him to remain as close as possible with the "parent you have left".Meghan and Harry both lifted the lids on their fractured relationships with their fathers during their bombshell tell-all with Oprah Winfrey in March.
Arts historian accused of racism for referring to 'the dreaded Meghan' and 'people of a colourful disposition' during Zoom lecture is ordered to take diversity training and apologise
An academic who used the phrase 'the dreaded Meghan' while discussing the Sussexes' Oprah interview during a Zoom meeting has been hauled before a disciplinary panel and suspended..and, referring to media coverage of the interview, noted: 'You couldn't turn the television on without some person of a colourful disposition having a moan about something.'
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry caused confusion when they changed Archie Mountbatten-Windsor's birth certificate when he was a few months old - but they quickly rubbished reports that it was a "snub" against Kate Middleton Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ripped up the royal rule book when it came to welcoming their son Archie, attracting praise from around the world for doing things their own way.