Meghan Markle news: 'Shameful' Prince Harry & Duchess SLAMMED as 'extremists' for 'behaving very badly to make money' | The Sun

PRINCE Harry & Meghan Markle have been labelled "extremists" for cashing in on the Royal Family, an author has sensationally claimed.

The Duke and Duchess's will return to the UK in September to support "several charities close to their hearts", the couple's spokesperson said of their upcoming first joint visit since the Platinum Jubilee.

But ahead of the much publicised visit, Royal biographer Angela Levin has torn into what she called the couple's' "bad behaviour" as she unloaded during an interview.

Speaking to Esther McVey on GB News, she ranted: “Anybody who actually admires the way that Harry and Megan are behaving are extremely wrong and should be ashamed of themselves," she said.

“I think psychologically, they've cracked open something, that other people think ‘well, I wouldn't want to do what they're doing because they're extremists and they behave very badly, but there must be some way of earning more money out of that’."

She also accused the Sussexes of trying to cash in on their royal ties after quitting the UK and the royals, adding: “That's another reason why they should be so ashamed of themselves because it's just not right. You cannot be part of something and then make money out of it.

“If it's the British royal family, much admired throughout the world, you have to show it respect.

"It’s not just about you getting your face in the papers all the time or giving lectures on how we should behave about everything you can imagine, which they don't have to go with.”

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  • Joseph Gamp

    Diana refused for Harry to be the ‘spare’

    The saying goes “the heir and the spare”.

    The cruel saying suggests any sibling besides the heir to the throne, or family business is simply a “spare”.

    Princess Diana was reportedly “troubled” by the title being used to poke fun at Harry, who was just a child at the time.

    Jame Patterson speculated while talking to Fox News: “I think she tried to control it as much as she could.

    “I think she was troubled about it. That’s a standard thing for families. One of the kids who do better in school or become a better athlete seems to be a little more charming and lovable.

    “How do you make the other kids feel that they’re just enough? It happens pretty much to all families.

    “And in this case, the stakes are much higher because one is presumably going to be king someday.”

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    Why Meghan doesn’t insist report is published

    Meghan was accused of bullying while still working as a royal.

    An investigation was carried out and the results have since been published but not shared publicly.

    The question remains why Meghan doesn’t insist the outcome be shared if she is not a bully.

    It’s been reported that no one came out favourably, including Buckingham Palace.

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    Memoir set to be ‘explosive’

    A royal expert on Lorraine spoke about what can be expected from the book.

    Christine Lampard was filling in for Lorraine Kelly and speaking to royal expert, Russel Myers, about Harry‘s memoir which is expected to be released later this year.

    Lampard spoke about the Duke and Duchess coming to the UK next month before asking about the memoir.

    She said: “It’s very interesting times, isn’t it? I am guessing there is a lot of worry within the Royal Family.”

    Russell responded: “Well there is, definitely, I mean this memoir is going to be explosive.”

    He also said “wounds are still very raw” for Prince Harry.

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    The truth about the Sussex titles

    Since Meghan and Harry left the royal family, there has been speculation about their titles.

    It’s known that Meghan and Harry are known as Duchess and Duke of Sussex, while Harry has always been known as Prince Harry as well.

    According to experts the pair will always hold the titles princess and prince. “Of course Meghan is a princess,” Marlene Koenig told Insider.

    She went on: “She would be styled as Princess Henry if Harry did not have a Dukedom.”

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    Prince Andrew gets protection, but not Harry

    Despite stating he would pay for protection himself, the Home Office refused Harry UK protection.

    Omid Scobie, The Sussexes’ unofficial biographer wrote for Yahoo! News about Harry‘s lawsuit against the Home Office when they refused him security.

    Scobie wrote: “It seems cruel in the extreme to allow Prince Andrew round-the-clock police protection, but not the future King‘s son.

    “It comes across as the Establishment punishing Harry, yet again, for breaking away from the Firm and sharing his experiences publicly”

    Scobie suggested that the only way things will get better would be to “reinstate Harry’s access to security at his own expense – before it’s too late.”

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    Harry’s complaining ‘at a time when thousands died’

    Harry and Meghan were interviewed by Oprah Winfrey in 2020 about their reason for leaving the Royal Family.

    Prince Harry has been put on blast by a number of people, including royal commentator Daniela Elser.

    Writing for, Elser believes Harry‘s talk of “racism and neglectful treatment” against the Royal Family, “at a time when thousands were dying a day of Covid” was “self-important bleating”, despite thousands dying each day for a range of reasons.

    Talking about Harry’s memoir, she wrote: “Given we are talking about Harry — a man who went on global TV screens alongside his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex to accuse The Firm of racism and neglectful treatment at a time when thousands were dying a day of Covid and while his 99-year-old grandfather was in hospital — does anyone really think all we are going to get is a feel-good read?

    “Several hundred pages of self-important bleating and the occasional smoothie recipe thrown in?

    “At this stage, all indications would point to Harry’s book potentially being the most painful chapter yet in the long and sorry tale of Megxit.”

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    Jubilee was ‘difficult’

    A source has said the Queen has spoken to the Sussexes ahead of their September UK visit.

    According to Page Six, the Queen has spoken to the couple but they both found the Platinum Jubilee “difficult”.

    The Duke and Duchess were in the UK for just a few days and left before the celebrations ended.

    It was also reported that though the Queen finally got to meet her great-granddaughter, Lilibet, she insisted no photos were taken.

    And Prince William and Kate were invited to celebrate Lilibet’s first birthday, but due to continued family strife, the Cambridges declined the invitation.

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    They’re coming back!

    It’s been announced that Meghan and Harry will be returning to the UK in September.

    The duke and duchess are expected to travel straight to Manchester for the One Young World Summit.

    The Summit will be held on September 5 and is intended to bring young leaders together from 190 countries.

    Along with famous names such as Sir Richard Branson, Jamie Oliver and Justin Trudeau, Meghan Markle is a counsellor of the organisation.

    From Manchester, it’s believed the couple will then travel to Germany for the Invictus Games Dusseldorf 2023 Year to Go event, before returning to the UK for the WellChild Awards on September 8.

    A spokesperson for the couple said: “Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are delighted to visit with several charities close to their hearts in early September.”

    It’s not yet clear if their two children will accompany them on their travels, nor if the couple will find time to visit the Queen.

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    Sussex Netflix deal ‘uncertain’ as streaming app subscriptions plummet

    Almost three years on from the announcement that Harry and Meghan would work with Netflix in a staggering $100m streaming deal, a royal expert has suggested the agreement could fall through.

    Daniela Elser, a royals expert writing for has suggested the Sussex’s Netflix deal could be on the rocks.

    She wrote: “When the current history of Hollywood gets written, April 19, 2022 will go down as the day that everything changed.

    “It should have been a routine earnings call during which Netflix co-CEO Reed Hastings took tech and business reporters through the company’s latest figures.

    “Instead, Hastings revealed that the company had lost hundreds of thousands of subscribers for the first drop in numbers in 10 years.

    “The revelations immediately set off something of an earthquake from Wall Street to Los Angeles, with $75billion in value being wiped off the company’s value in 24 hours.

    “In the course of that one earnings one call, not only did the streaming giant’s once-unassailable hold on the entertainment industry come unstuck but so too did the supposedly cashed-up future of Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex, start to look much less certain.”

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    How Princess Anne sets herself apart from the young royals

    As the royal celebrates her 72nd birthday, a body-language expert has explained what makes the Princess Royal special.

    Darren Stanton told Betfair Bingo: “Princess Anne has very often reminded me of the Queen in terms of her gestures over the years, despite the strong similarities with her father in terms of her personality…. from a non-verbal perspective a lot of her gestures mirror the Queen.

    “The first one is the fact that the Queen would practically never show any signs of public displays of affection, this is also true of the Princess Royal and I have struggled to find any photographs where she might have kissed her partner or held hands or showed any major signs of emotion. This sets her apart from the younger generation of Royals too as we are more likely to see this from the likes of Kate and William or Meghan and Harry. 

    “This does not mean that she is a cold person lacking empathy or emotion, it simply demonstrates the fact that because Princess Anne was brought up in a certain way together with her brothers – especially with the heir Charles considering their closeness in age compared with the younger Andrew and Edward – she embraced and adopted the protocols of the time and this continues through her behaviour today.”

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