Royal Family news latest- Prince William and Harry 'to reunite' after rift as Charles sets up climate change TV show

WILLIAM and Harry will put their differences aside as they reunite to honour their late mother later this year, it's rumoured.

The brothers last met face-to-face over the summer, when they unveiled a statue of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace.

The news comes as Prince Charles has launched a television channel on Amazon Prime focusing on climate change.

The Prince of Wales, 72, is known for his love of conservation and interest in the natural world.

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    What is Meghan’s TV series Pearl about?

    Meghan’s Pearl – which she is creating alongside Sir Elton John’s husband David Furnish – will feature the adventures of a 12-year-old girl who is inspired by a variety of influential women.

    There is speculation that Pearl will have a similar feel to her recent children’s book The Bench, which became a New York Times bestseller but flopped in the UK.

    Meghan said how the book was a “love letter” to her husband and their first child, Archie.

    Industry sources previously insisted Meghan and Harry’s Spotify podcast deal is still on track – with information on the next episode expected later in the year.

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    Harry gave a sweet nod to Archie

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped out in New York yesterday for their first joint public engagement since the birth of their daughter Lillibet in June.

    But despite it being business as usual for the parents-of-two, the doting dad made sure to keep a memento of his son Archie close by with one tiny detail.

    Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, yesterday visited the World Health Organization’s headquarters in New York in a trip which the couple claimed “reinforced our commitment to vaccine equity”.

    Harry was seen leaving the building as he clutched onto a black laptop bag with the words ‘Archie’s papa’ embossed on the side – a sweet nod to his two-year-old son.

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    Meghan Markle reads her book to kids at Harlem school

    Dressed down in an all-red outfit, the Duchess sat in the playground of the school in Harlem and read to the group of seven-year-olds.

    The mum-of-two told the crowd that it had been the first time she has read the book to a group of kids other than her own.

    Meghan, 39, claims it was inspired by a poem she wrote for Harry on his first Father’s Day and a “love story” of him and Archie.

    Earlier Meghan was spotted embracing some of the pupils as they showed the royal couple a brightly coloured mural they had created.

    Prince Harry joined the Duchess at P.S. 123 Mahalia Jackson school on day two of their three-day tour of New York City.

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    Meghan Markle & Prince Harry arrive at United Nations

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were spotted arriving at the United Nations ahead of their meeting with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

    Harry and Meghan left the Carlyle Hotel shortly before 11am on Saturday morning where they headed to the UN building in Manhattan.

    Following the meeting, Meghan and Harry will attend the star-studded Covid concert in Central Park.

    The Sussexes will take the stage in a call for Covid vaccine equity.

    The couple’s pal Omid Scobie called today the “climax” of their trip to NYC which has seen them visit a school in Harlem and visit One World NYC Observatory.

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    Brothers to honour Diana (Continued…)

    Ms Ojo, who attended Meghan and Harry’s wedding, may play a key role in helping the princes reunite.

    The Diana Award – established to support young people – is one of the few things the men still have in common.

    “Right now, we’re the only charity that has both of them involved,” she told the publication.

    “It really is a privilege.”

    She said the princes are dedicated to the charity, despite Harry’s move to America.

    Speaking at the Dress for Success launch in Notting Hill, she said: “To us, it doesn’t matter where in the world they are.

    “They are jointly committed to the awards. The dukes will be heavily involved as it will be a whole week of events, so they are eager to take part.”

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    Brothers to honour Diana (Continued…)

    It’s thought Meghan, Archie and baby Lilibet – who has not yet met any of the royals – could also fly into the UK with Harry.

    The 2021 Legacy Award will take place at Althorp, the Northamptonshire stately home where Diana grew up.

    Her brother, Earl Spencer, will act as host.

    Tessy Ojo, chief executive of the Diana Award, told the Daily Mail: “We’re delighted that we still have the support of the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex.”

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    Brothers to honour Diana

    William and Harry will put their differences aside as they reunite to honour their late mother later this year.

    The brothers last met face-to-face over the summer, when they unveiled a statue of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace.

    And while both men appeared to be on good form during the meeting, and even released a joint statement, Harry left just 20 minutes after the big reveal – while William reportedly barely looked his younger brother in the eye.

    However, there are hopes their next engagement together in December could help end their seeming feud.

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    Prince Charles launches climate change TV channel

    Prince Charles has launched a television channel on Amazon Prime focusing on climate change.

    The Prince of Wales, 72, is known for his love of conservation and interest in the natural word.

    His channel, named RE:TV, will also feature a direct plea from Charles to “act now” in addressing issues facing the future of the planet.

    RE:TV highlights projects from across the world working on initiatives that can help transform how business is done, helping people make a cleaner and more sustainable economy.

    It is understood Charles is not being paid for his curation of the channel, which will feature new films as well as air existing material.

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    ANDREW REPORTEDLY BRACING HIMSELF FOR LEGAL BATTLE THAT COULD GO ON FOR YEARS

    The 61-year-old is reportedly “worried” and not his usual self after feeling confident the allegation would be dropped.

    He is reportedly bracing himself for a legal battle that could go on for years and end up costing him millions of pounds.

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    Prince Harry impersonates the Queen in hilarious moment as she buries the hatchet with royals

    Prince Harry impersonates the Queen in a hilarious moment during a new documentary on Prince Philip.

    The Duke of Sussex also paid tribute to his grandparents Philip, who died aged 99 in April, and the Queen as “the most adorable couple”.

    Harry, 37, is among the royals sharing their memories in Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers, which airs on BBC One tomorrow.

    The show features all of Philip’s children – Charles, 72, Anne, 71, Andrew 61, and Edward, 55.

    Grandchildren William, Beatrice, Eugenie, Harry, Peter Philips and Zara Tindall also recall their fondest memories of the Duke of Edinburgh.

    Harry is seen looking through flight logs from his grandfather – a qualified pilot – from a 1983 trip to Africa.

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    Kate Middleton meets Emma Raducanu

    Kate Middleton gushed that Emma Raducanu’s storming US Open win was “seriously impressive” after hitting the tennis court with the ace.

    Raducanu, 18, was the first British woman to win a Grand Slam Single’s title since 1977 – and now faced royalty on the court.

    The Duchess of Cambridge gave Raducanu a smashing homecoming party at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton this morning.

    Kate, the Patron of the Lawn Tennis Association, played Emma in a friendly doubles match.

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    BBC to pay smeared nanny

    Tiggy Legge-Bourke has reportedly been offered a settlement over false claims made by Bashir as he desperately tried to secure his Panorama interview with Princess Diana.

    An official inquiry concluded Bashir told Diana that her husband Charles was in love with the nanny, who now goes by Tiggy Pettifer.

    And Diana’s brother Earl Spencer says she was also told Charles and Ms Legge-Bourke enjoyed a two-week holiday together.

    Most damagingly of all, it’s alleged Bashir went further – and claimed Charles was having an affair with the nanny, who had gone on to have an abortion.

    Bashir even produced a fake receipt showing payment for the termination, it’s claimed.

    The BBC has now recognised the harm caused to the 56-year-old and is understood to have offered her a six-figure sum, the Telegraph report.

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    HIGH COURT RULES PRINCE PHILIP’S WILL TO REMAIN PRIVATE TO PROTECT ‘DIGNITY’ OF THE QUEEN

    THE Duke of Edinburgh’s will is to remain secret for 90 years to protect the Queen’s dignity.

    This follows a convention existing for more than a century that the last wishes of senior members of the Royal Family are sealed via a High Court application.

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    Diana asks if Royal Family ‘will kill her’ in movie trailer

    The movie – named after Diana’s maiden name – takes place at the royal family’s Sandringham Estate.

    As she spends time with her family over the festive period, Diana realises that her marriage to Prince Charles has unravelled and starts to reevaluate her life.

    The trailer begins with the Princess of Wales, played by Twilight star Kristen Stewart, turning up to the Estate late with everyone waiting for her.

    She tells herself in the mirror: “Three days. That’s it.”

    Prince Charles, played by actor Jack Farthing tells his wife: “You have to be able to do things you hate…

    “There has to be two of you, the real one, and the one they take pictures of.

    “Diana, for the good of the country.”

    In frustration, the Princess of Wales replies: “For the good of the country?”

    As the trailer continues Diana starts to realise what she wants in life.

    The last scene shows her looking out into a field and as she turns around, she asks: “Will they kill me do you think

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    Andrew still hasn’t seen new granddaughter

    Prince Andrew went for a drive yesterday but has not been to see his new granddaughter.

    He is in his 17th day hiding at Balmoral from US lawyers trying to serve sex abuse lawsuit papers on him.

    The Duke of York, 61, looked pensive as he drove his Range Rover alone through the Queen’s Scottish estate.

    He has not left the 50,000-acre site to celebrate with daughter Beatrice, 33 — who gave birth to her first child with husband Edo Mapelli Mozzi on Saturday.

    Ex-wife Sarah Ferguson rushed to London after Beatrice went into labour.

    Virginia Roberts Giuffre claims late financier Jeffrey Epstein trafficked her to Britain to have sex with Prince Andrew when she was 17.

    Andrew has always vehemently denied the claims.

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    Home for Xmas

    Royal author Katie Nicholl said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could stay at Frogmore Cottage, with the trip being “looked at as an opportunity” that could “pave the way for a healing of the family rift”. 

    The last time Meghan and Harry were in the UK for Christmas was back in 2018.

    And Harry has only been back to Britain twice since quitting royal life last year.

    Speaking to Closer, royal author Katie Nicholl said:  “When Harry and Meghan left, they made it clear they didn’t want to give up their home in Britain.

    “They still have Frogmore Cottage and their plan was to come back to the UK. 

    “Christmas is being looked at as an opportunity. There may be a softening, which could pave the way for a healing of the family rift.”

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    Kate and William US tour would be a ‘smarter move’

    Kate and Prince William carrying out a royal tour of the US would be “a very smart move”, according to an expert.

    A Kate and Prince William could have a positive impact on the Royal Family as reputation management expert Eric Schiffer told Express.co.uk: “It would be a very smart move.”

    Mr Schiffer added that it could help “counter” what he described as the “media battle plan put forward by Harry and Meghan over the last year”.

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    BBC TO PAY ‘SIGNIFICANT’ DAMAGES TO EX ROYAL NANNY OVER LIES SPREAD BY DISGRACED MARTIN BASHIR

    Tiggy Legge-Bourke has reportedly been offered a settlement over false claims made by Bashir as he desperately tried to secure his Panorama interview with Princess Diana.

    An official inquiry concluded Bashir told Diana that her husband Charles was in love with the nanny, who now goes by Tiggy Pettifer.

    And Diana’s brother Earl Spencer says she was also told Charles and Ms Legge-Bourke enjoyed a two-week holiday together.

    Most damagingly of all, it’s alleged Bashir went further – and claimed Charles was having an affair with the nanny, who had gone on to have an abortion.

    Bashir even produced a fake receipt showing payment for the termination, it’s claimed.

    The BBC has now recognised the harm caused to the 56-year-old and is understood to have offered her a six-figure sum, the Telegraph reports.

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    ‘It’s wonderful to be back’

    The Duke and Duchess arrived at the city’s observatory 14 minutes late for their meeting with Bill De Blasio as they embarked on their US “adventure”.

    And as she greeted the crowd of photographers, Meghan said: “It’s wonderful to be back thank you” when asked if she was happy to be in New York.

    Meghan has previously spoken of her love of the city – even heading there for her baby shower before the birth of Archie.

    The Duchess, wearing an all-black outfit with her hair tied back in a bun, smiled and waved as she entered the building with Harry by her side.

    The couple’s dark and sombre outfits were likely chosen for their planned trip to the nearby 9/11 Memorial afterwards. 

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    ‘CONFIDENT’ HARRY SHOWS ‘SENSE OF POWER’ WHILE WILLIAM IS ‘RESPECTFUL’ & ‘EMOTIONALLY COMPLEX’ IN PHILIP DOCUMENTARY

    Body language expert Judi James said Harry appears “confident” and showed a “sense of power”, while older brother William is “emotionally complex.”

    A “unique portrait” of Prince Philip and his life will air on September 22 on BBC One – as the Royal Family pays tribute to the beloved Duke who passed away earlier this year.

    Speaking to Fabulous, Judi said: “Harry’s body language is a lot less complex than William’s and he uses several signals of empathy with his grandfather to suggest a meeting of minds in terms of their love of pranks. 

    “Harry’s wide leg splay suggests higher levels of confidence than William’s crossed legs and his torso is much more relaxed and slightly slumped in his chair.”

    She added that William’s body language “primarily exposes respect and affection”.

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    HARRY AND MEGHAN’S LOVING GAZE IS ‘POSED’, SAYS BODY LANGUAGE EXPERT

    PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle wowed royal fans in a series of new glossy shots for Time magazine as they were named in the list of top 100 most influential people

    And eagle-eyed royal fans may have noticed something familiar about one of the snaps taken by photographer Pari Dukovic.

    In a more candid shot, the parents can be seen walking through a garden holding hands at they beam at each other – and this isn’t the first time we have seen the couple rely on this pose.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are regularly seen staring into one another’s eyes whenever a camera comes out.

    And according to body language expert Judi James, while a very romantic shot, the pose is far from the natural and candid shot that the pair want to convey.

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    New proof

    Aussie Simon Dorante-Day who claims he’s Prince Charles’ secret son posts new ‘photo proof’ comparing himself to William.

    Dorante-Day shared a side-by-side image of him and Prince William sporting a similar smile, leaving onlookers “stunned” by the similarities.

    Royal watchers said the pair were “brothers from another mother”, with one adding “there is no doubt” Prince William was Dorante-Day’s younger brother.

    A third said: “Wow, Simon. He’s just a younger version of you.”

    Another wrote: “Well, now we know how he’s going to look in a few years!”

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    HOW MANY GRANDCHILDREN DOES THE QUEEN NOW HAVE?

    The baby is the Queen’s 12th great-grandchild, and arrives just over three months after little Lilibet Diana, Harry and Meghan’s second child.

    The royal infant was also born just months after the death of their great-grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh.

    Beatrice was wed in a secret union in front of just 20 guests last July, and announced that she was pregnant in May.

    The monarch’s large brood of great-grandchildren has swelled in 2021 – with Princess Eugenie welcoming baby son August in February and Zara Tindall her third child Lucas in March.

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    WHO IS PRINCESS BEATRICE’S HUSBAND?

    38-year-old Edoardo is a multi-millionaire and the husband of Princess Beatrice.

    He has made his money in property development.

    Edoardo founded his property consultancy Banda, or “big shed” in Swahili, in 2007.

    He specialises in discreetly finding and developing multi-million pound homes for rich clients.

    He also has one son, Wolfie, from a previous relationship.

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    CORNWALLS AND CAMBRIDGES TO ATTEND BOND PREMIERE IN RARE JOINT ENGAGMENT

    The Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to attend the glittering world premiere of the new Bond film No Time To Die next week.

    In a rare joint engagement, Charles, Camilla, William and Kate will step out on to the red carpet to meet 007 star Daniel Craig and other cast members including Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux and Lashana Lynch at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Tuesday September 28.

    The royal foursome will also be introduced to screenwriters Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, and singer Billie Eilish and her musician brother Finneas O’Connell, who co-wrote the new Bond theme song.

    A number of healthcare workers and members of the armed forces will join the royals in the auditorium to watch the movie as a thank you for their work during the Covid pandemic.

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