Meghan Markle & Prince Harry LIVE – Trolls brutally mock couple with fake Frogmore Tripadvisor reviews

HARRY and Meghan have pulled the plug on a £1million fundraiser to be screened by Amazon — after signing a £112million deal with Netflix.

The Invictus concert, featuring stars such as Beyonce and Ed Sheeran, was planned for the Hollywood Bowl next June to raise cash for wounded war heroes.

The couple are said to be "relieved and very pleased” that they've paid back their £2.4million Frogmore Cottage debt.

A source close to the couple told Vanity Fair: "I think this is quite a significant moment for them."

But a royal commentator has also said the Sussexes royal future was "in tatters".

Follow for all the latest news on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry below…

  • NINE OUT OF 10 BRITS WILL NOT BE WATCHING HARRY AND MEGHAN'S NETFLIX SHOWS

    Nine out of 10 Brits will not be tuning in to Harry and Meghan's Netflix shows, according to a new poll.

    The Sussexes have signed a multi-year deal estimated to earn them up to £76million.

    But 64 % of respondents in a YouGov survey said they were “not interested at all” in watching shows produced by the couple.

    A further 20% were “not very interested”.

    Only three per cent were “very interested” and nine per cent “fairly interested”. The rest said they “didn't know” – meaning a total of nine in ten will not be watching their output.

    Seventy per cent of men had no interest compared to 59 per cent of women, and 79 per cent of over 65s.

  • TOURISTS LEAVE ONLINE REVIEWS FOR HARRY & MEGHAN'S FROGMORE COTTAGE

    Tourists have left a string of online reviews after visiting absent Meghan and Harry’s Frogmore Cottage.

    The couple have just stumped up the £2.4 million the taxpayer splashed out to have the historic Windsor bolthole renovated.

    And travellers visiting the town have taken to Goggle to give their insights on their UK home.

    It’s attracted 62 reviews online.

    One wrote: “Millions of pounds spent on renovations for the entitled, parasitic, royal family, whilst people struggle to survive under merciless Tory austerity. A reprehensible state of affairs.”

    Another said: “Was disappointed they don't allow caravans.”

  • PRINCE PHILIP WAS DEVASTATED BY HARRY QUITTING UK

    Prince Philip was left devastated by grandson Harry's decision to leave the UK, his biographer has claimed.

    The Duke of Edinburgh is the subject of a new book, Prince Philip Revealed by longtime royal watcher Ingrid Seward, tells the story of his early life and seven decades as a member of the royal family.

    Read more here.

  • NO MORE BANK OF DAD

    Prince Charles is no longer bankrolling Meghan and Harry after their mega millions Netflix deal, it has emerged. 

    The Prince of Wales had funded the pair's jaunt to California since they stepped down as senior royals at the end of March.

    Read more on the story here.

  • LOOSE WOMEN HOST DENISE WELCH SLAMS 'MEN IN SUITS' FOR NOT SUPPORTING SUSSEXES

    Denise Welch argued that the couple have done “every single thing” they promised they would do when they announced they were stepping down.

    Sharing her views on why the pair should keep their titles, Denise argued that Meghan would have been a “great role model”.

    Denise said: “Megan has campaigned for women and women of colour since she was eight years old.

    “She would have been a great role model for this country.”

  • 'DON'T I HAVE A VOICE?'

    Meghan Markle “icily” asked “Don’t I have a voice?” while at an event with Prince William and Kate Middleton, it’s been claimed.

    She reportedly muttered under her breath while attending a function alongside Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

    Sarah Sands, former editor of the BBC's Today programme, said: “Meghan’s ‘ordeal’ in Britain was, to her mind, the subjugation of her voice.

    “A colleague who was at a broadcast by the Royal Family’s short-lived Fab Four – how poignant it is to recall the two couples looking so happy together – remembers the microphone moving down the line: William…Kate…Harry…

    “Meghan, at the end of the line was disinclined to wait. ‘Don’t I have a voice?’ she asked, icily.”

  • MEGHAN AND HARRY COULD APPEAR IN NETFLIX SHOWS

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry COULD appear on camera after striking a megabucks deal with Netflix.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex last night revealed they had signed a production deal with the popular streaming service that could be worth up to £190million.

    Read more here.

  • FUNDRAISER BLOW

    That £112m Netflix deal has paid for Frogmore Cottage – but it's also apparently causing problems with Meghan and Harry's existing commitments.

    The couple have had to pull the plug on a £1m fundraiser which was due to be screened by Amazon.

    The Invictus concert, featuring stars such as Beyonce and Ed Sheeran, was planned for the Hollywood Bowl next June to raise cash for wounded war heroes.

    Sources claimed yesterday it had been canned because of a “conflict of interest”.

    But Meghan and Harry insisted it was down to Covid and the decision had nothing to do with signing for Amazon’s rival.

  • NINE OUT OF 10 BRITS WILL NOT BE WATCHING HARRY AND MEGHAN'S NETFLIX SHOWS

    Nine out of 10Brits will not be tuning in to Harry and Meghan's Netflix shows, according to a new poll.

    The Sussexes have signed a multi-year deal estimated to earn them up to £76million.

    But 64 % of respondents in a YouGov survey said they were “not interested at all” in watching shows produced by the couple.

    A further 20% were “not very interested”.

    Only three per cent were “very interested” and nine per cent “fairly interested”. The rest said they “didn't know” – meaning a total of nine in ten will not be watching their output.

    Seventy per cent of men had no interest compared to 59 per cent of women, and 79 per cent of over 65s.

  • ‘MEGHAN AND HARRY EXPLOITING ROYAL FAMILY’

    Royal biographer Angela Levin accused the Duke and Duchess of “exploiting” their ties with the Royal Family when they struck their lucrative Netflix deal.

    The royal writer, who has met and interviewed Prince Harry, has alleged Harry and Meghan planned to leave the Royal Family before their wedding.

    Speaking to the Royal Beat, Ms Levin claimed: “I think that it's the biggest exploitation of the Royal Family in our lifetime.

    “I don't think this could have been done very quickly that they come out of the Royal Family, they've got all their PR and agents set up, they negotiate with Netflix, wham bam here's 150 million for your future.”

  • MEGHAN & HARRY ‘SHOULD LOSE ROYAL TITLES’

    Piers Morgan calls for Meghan and Harry to be stripped of their Duke and Duchess of Sussex titles.

    Good Morning Britain presenter Piers compared their situation to “having a divorce and saying 'I want to pop back home every week’''.

    Piers questioned. “You think if he wasn’t Prince Harry and she was still Meghan from Suits that Netflix would have given them £100 million?”

    “You think if he wasn’t Prince Harry and she wasn’t Meghan from Suits who married Prince “Harry that Netflix would have given them more than £1.50? I’m serious.

    “Neither of them have any qualifications to be in Hollywood.”

  • HARRY AND MEGHAN 'HAVE NO ROYAL FUTURE'

    Meghan and Harry saw Frogmore cottage as a burden that represented the last remaining tie to the British monarchy, according to a royal commentator.

    Writing in the Daily Mail, Richard Kay said the couple's royal future was “in tatters”.

    He went on to say their newly-renovated former home, which they paid back after furore over £2.4million costs to the taxpayer,was merely “a chain that shackled them to his land of birth, inhibiting their efforts to be truly free of the Royal Family.”

  • MEGHAN WAS 'SHOCKED' AFTER HARRY LEFT HER OUT OF A KEY DECISION

    Meghan Markle was left shocked after Prince Harry left her out of a key decision, according to an insider.

    This concerned following in his mother's footsteps and moving to Australia.

    Speaking to Woman’s Day, the source said: “Harry has a soft spot for Australia and given that his mum spent such precious private time here, it's no surprise he'd feel a calling to it and will want to search out what sounds like was once his mum's spiritual home.

    “Meghan was very shocked at first – and she wasn't impressed that he went behind her back and did it – but she too would love to get her hands on something that was Diana's… even if it makes William furious!”

  • MEGHAN AND HARRY 'RELIEVED' TO HAVE CLEARED £2.4M FROGMORE DEBT

    The Duke and Duchess are said to be “very relieved and very pleased” to have paid off their £2.4million Frogmore Cottage debt so quickly.

    According to Vanity Fair, a source close to couple said: “This has been a pro-active step and something they wanted to do from the outset.“

    “There was no requirement [from the Queen] for them to pay the money back but it was important to them that they did, and after the Netflix deal they were in a position to do so.

    “I think this is quite a significant moment for them. They’re now in their forever home, it’s the start of their new life and they’re very much looking forward to everything that’s about to come.”

  • BOOK CLAIMS HARRY BANISHED ONE OF HIS BEST FRIENDS FOR VOICING DOUBTS OVER MEGHAN

    Prince Harry banished one of his best friends after he voiced doubts about Meghan Markle, a new book claims.

    Tom “Skippy” Inskip was frozen out from the Duke and Duchess’s wedding reception over his comments, according to royal biography Finding Freedom.

    A source told the authors that Mr Inskip advised his pal to try living with Meghan first before “doing anything more serious”.

    The source, who is believed to have spoken with the permission of the Sussexes, said Mr Inskip’s advice “came from a good place” but Harry “didn’t totally see it that way”, adding: “It really hurt him that someone he was so close to would not trust his judgement.”

    Mr Inskip and his wife Lara Hughes-Young were reportedly “punished” by being excluded from the royal wedding party at Frogmore House in May 2018.

  • HOMESICK HARRY DEVASTATED HE MISSED OUT ON SCOTLAND VISIT

    Reports say Prince Harry was gutted to miss out on a visit to Balmoral castle.

    According to InTouch Weekly, Harry was disappointed to miss out on a family trip to Scotland to visit the Queen, while he remains stuck in California due to the coronavirus crisis.

    Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton, along with their kids, all took a trip to the Scottish estate to see the Queen for the first time in months.

    A source added that the 35-year-old is “frustrated that he can’t make” it because he hasn’t been able to see them in months.

  • PALACE TO EXAMINE £112M NETFLIX DEAL

    Palace officials are set to look over Harry and Meghan's shocking £112m Netflix deal with a fine-tooth comb.

    An insider claims the deal will be “scrutinised” by Royal officials, which was initially agreed by the couple when they cut official ties with the family earlier this year.

    However, sources have since claimed that the couple didn't tell the Queen before announcing the deal.

    A report in the Mirror says:“It goes without saying any deals they are making will be scrutinised by the royal household.

    “Under the terms of their deal to forgo their royal duties, they agreed any commercial deals would be subject to discussion.”

  • MEGHAN MARKLE'S CELEB-AGENT FRIEND SAYS SHE COULD RUN FOR PRESIDENT

    Meghan Markle could run for PRESIDENT, a celebrity agent who knows the Duchess has claimed. 

    Jonathan Shalit says it isn't “beyond the realm of possibility” for Meghan to enter politics – but admitted he had “never heard” her discuss the subject.

    Read more here.

  • HARRY AND MEGHAN GOT INTERIOR DECORATION TIPS FROM ELTON JOHN DESIGNER

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got decor tips for their new California mansion by Sir Elton John's “extravagant” designer.

    Martyn Lawrence Bullard, 53, was introduced to the former royal couple by the superstar after he decorated his Los Angeles apartment.

    Read more here.

  • HARRY AND MEGHAN REPORTEDLY IN TALKSTO MAKE PRINCESS DIANA DOCUMENTARY

    Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly in talks to make a documentary about Princess Diana's life, it's reported.

    The film, which would apparently be a tribute to the princess's legacy, could form part of their recently signed Netflix deal.

    They have founded a yet-to-be-named production company, and will reportedly be making documentaries, feature films, and children's programmes.

    A source told the paper: “The Sussexes are discussing making a feature documentary on Princess Diana’s family history and heritage. It is early stages but it is looking like it could happen.”

  • HARRY AND MEGHAN NOW NOT RECEIVING SUPPORT “IN ANY WAY SHAPE OR FORM”

    A source claiming Harry and Meghan are no longer receiving any money from Prince Charles has said the couple are not receiving support “in any way shape or form”.

    That means they are relying wholly on the money they get from Netflix and anything else they earn from speaking engagements or other work. A source said: “They are not receiving support in any way shape or form from any external person other than themselves.”

    Their newfound wealth means that they have also been able to pay off the £2.4 million of taxpayers' money that was spent on refurbishing Frogmore Cottage, the Windsor home they moved into last year shortly before the birth of their son, Archie.

  • HARRY AND MEGHAN CANCEL INVICTUS FUNDRAISER

    Harry and Meghan yesterday pulled the plug on a £1million fundraiser to be screened by Amazon after signing they signed their lucrative £112million deal with Netflix.

    The Invictus concert, featuring stars such as Beyonce and Ed Sheeran, was planned for the Hollywood Bowl next June to raise cash for wounded war heroes.

    Read more here.

  • 66-1 FOR MEGHAN MARKLE TO BE US PRESIDENT BY 2033

    Leading bookmaker Coral is offering 66-1 on Meghan Markle to become President of the US by the year 2033, as a celebrity agent who knows the Duchess of Sussex claims she could run in the future.

    Punters have placed bets with Coral on it happening, with the odds having been cut down to 66-1 back in April after a string of wagers.

    Coral's Harry Aitkenhead said: “We have taken bets on Meghan becoming President in the future and there's some more fuel to the fire today.

    “We make it 66-1 to happen by the end of 2033.”

  • MEGHAN FLOGGING DESIGNER DRESSES SHE WORE AS SENIOR ROYAL

    Meghan is reportedly selling dozens of the designer dresses she wore during her time as a senior royal.

    The Duchess of Sussex told aides she has “no requirement” for dozens of outfits – many of which are still at the pair's former UK residence, Frogmore Cottage.

    A royal insider said: “As a serving Royal, Meghan knew there was an expectation to be seen wearing elegant, often expensive, outfits.

    “But the reality is that kind of wardrobe has never really been her style, and it certainly doesn’t fit in with the image or kind of work that she and Harry are trying to do now.

    “If she's trying to be a woman of the people, she can't really be seen in a £2k Burberry coat or a £1700 Roland Mouret dress.”

  • HARRY AND MEGHAN ONCE COMPLAINED THAT CHARLES 'CONTROLLED THE PURSE STRINGS'

    The Prince of Wales had previously paid five million pounds to William and Harry from his Duchy of Cornwall income and private funds, according to last year's financial statement.

    Harry had previously clashed with the royal family over funds after marrying former actress Meghan Markle in 2018.

    According to bombshell biography Finding Freedom, the Sussexes complained that Prince Charles “controlled the purse strings”.

    Authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand claimed: “The brothers sometimes had to vie for additional funds for projects from their father,who also helped cover expenses related to Camilla and some of those for his sons (including Kate and Meghan's wardrobes). 'They actually genuinely have to debate who gets what amount of money from their father to fund their projects,' an aide said. 'Add in the fact that there is an inherent hierarchy and that is really tricky'.”

    Claims that Prince Charles had helped Harry and Meghan with a $5million (£3.8million) deposit on the Montecito house were denied – but questions were raised when they took out a $9.5million mortgage on a 14,563-sq ft mansion in Montecito this summer.

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