Meghan Markle news: 'Spoiled brats' Prince Harry & Meg making money for 'doing absolutely nothing' for Royal Family | The Sun

PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle have been slammed as ''spoiled brats'' after it was announced the pair are set to receive a prestigious award.

Harry and Meghan will be accepting the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award after taking a stance against "structural racism" in the Royal Family.

The couple are being praised as "heroic" for challenging the family's "power structure" by organisation Ripple of Hope, which founded the award

However, Sky News Australia host Paul Murray has said the pair are set to receive an award “for doing absolutely nothing and ''have not changed a single thing about the Royal Family''.

Murray added: ''These two spoiled brats get another thing for their mantelpiece to say how good they are for doing nothing and making millions doing it.''

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  • Shanine Bruder

    The Royal Family will welcome the President of South Africa today

    The Royal Family have shared a clip of their relationship with South Africa ahead of the Presidents state visit today.

    King Charles will host the President of South Africa for two days on behalf of the nation.

  • Shanine Bruder

    King Charles to BAN Kate's favourite food from Palace menu

    According to reports, King Charles has banned Kate Middleton's favourite food from the Buckingham Palace menu.

    The royal residence will reportedly no longer serve foie gras, according to a letter sent to the animal rights group Peta.

    The letter, signed by the Master of the King's Household, Tony Johnstone-Burt, stated: "I can confirm that foie gras is not purchased by the Royal Household nor served in Royal Residences, and there are no plans for this policy to change."

    Mr Johnstone-Burt, has also confirmed the ban will cover Balmoral, Sandringham, Windsor Castle, Hillsborough Castle as well as Buckingham Palace.

    Peta have provided the King with 'faux gras', a cruelty free alternative, to praise him for his decision.

  • Shanine Bruder

    Fans react to pictures of Princess Anne

    Today, the Royal family have shared some snaps of The Princess Royal during her visit to the Falkland Islands.

    And royal fans were quick to share their love after seeing HRH visiting conservation sites and meeting some of the local animals.

    One fan wrote: ''Love Princess Anne. The Falkland Islands look stunning.''

    A second added: ''Such a beautiful place. Love the last two pictures.''

    A third said: ''Love this photo style, very retro.''

    Take a look at our blog post below to see pictures of the Princess Royal during her visit.

  • Shanine Bruder

    In pictures: The Princess Royal's visit to the Falkland Islands

    During her visit to the Falkland Islands, Princess Anne has unveiled a plaque to mark Stanley being granted City status.

    Stanley received status as part of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

  • Shanine Bruder

    Inside the little-known royal house loved by King Charles

    The much-loved Dumfries House is a little-known property that King Charles spent £45 million in a bid to save.

    Located in Scotland, this 18th century home is filled with decor, furniture and art from the same era.

    The house is surrounded by extensive themed gardens with hidden features and walking trails and is open to the public all-year round.

    Those spending time at the property can enjoy food and drink, a health and wellbeing centre, and a farm full of animals.

    The property is also available for weddings and events.

    King Charles bought the property nearly two decades ago – much of that time has been spent restoring the property and saving it from disrepair.

    The public will now get an insight into the King's £45m spending throughout the project when Royal Grand Design airs next week.

    Read more here.

  • Henry Moore

    Reason director of Harry’s £88million tell-all Netflix series ‘quit’ revealed as show nears release

    The director of Harry and Meghan’s tell-all Netflix docuseries “quit due to creative differences,” despite it being set to air before the end of 2022, a source claimed.

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to release an explosive £88million docuseries with streaming-giant Netflix in the coming months, but it has reportedly been a bumpy ride.

    A royal source has claimed that the project’s director, the Oscar-nominated Garrett Bradley, departed the project after the Sussexes blocked her from filming inside their home.

    A TV insider told Page Six: “Garrett wanted Harry and Meghan to film at home and they were not comfortable doing that.

    “There were a few sticky moments between them, and Garrett left the project.”

  • Henry Moore

    Harry and Meghan had 'limited options' when presented with controversial award

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to receive the Ripple of Hope Award for their work in the field of mental health and anti-racism this weekend.

    The choice to grant the couple this award has been controversial, due to the implication that the Firm has "structural racism", but a royal expert has said while their decision to accept the award is "sad", the pair ultimately had "limited options."

    Speaking to OK! royal commentator Jennie Bond said: "I understand that there are limited options of what you can do after being presented with an honorary award.

    "Should they have refused it? Or say it's not appropriate? It's hard to say, but overall, it's a really sad situation."

  • Henry Moore

    The Royal Family prepares for the State Visit of South Africa's President.

    This week, The King and The Queen Consort will welcome The President of the Republic of South Africa, President Cyril Ramaphosa to the United Kingdom for a State Visit, and preparations are already underway.

    Chefs in the kitchens at Buckingham Palace are preparing a stunning feast for Mr Ramaphosa.

    One dish will be a recreation of the Protea flower, South Africa's national flower, made using sugar and painted with edible colouring.

  • Henry Moore

    Confusion arises as NBC announces Meghan will appear on major US talk show

    NBC reported yesterday that Meghan Markle would be a guest on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon next month, before hastily deleting the announcement.

    The show, which was scheduled to air on December 7, looks unlikely to go ahead.

    Confusion arose after a source close to the Sussexes, royal writer Omid Scobie, said NBC "didn't get the memo" and dismissed the report.

    He wrote on the social media site: “Looks like someone at NBC didn’t get the memo.

    "Despite an announcement via their various PR channels, Meghan isn’t scheduled to appear on The Tonight Show.”

    And since then, NBC has confirmed the initial announcement was false.

    A representative from NBC said in a statement: “Earlier today, it was inaccurately reported that Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex would be appearing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on December 7.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Prince William chooses not to take sides when asked who he wants to win I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!

    On a visit to RAF Coningsby, Lincolnshire — where among other duties Prince William opened a boxing club — he refused to back relative Mike Tindall to win the ITV reality show.

    Mike is married to William’s cousin Zara Tindall, but the prince is also known to be close with England Lioness and fellow contestant Jill Scott.

    Coningsby’s women’s Boxing team member Corporal Rachael Howes said: “I asked him who he wanted to win, Lioness Jill Scott or his relative Mike Tindall.”

    “That’s a tricky one,” the prince was overheard saying, but tactfully decided against picking a winner.

  • Louis Allwood

    One of Meghan's podcast guests had less than three minutes of air time

    Meghan Markle has the most air time in seven in ten episodes of her Spotify show Archetypes.

    That is despite promising “intimate and candid conversations” with celebrities.

    In the first episode, Meghan spoke for nearly twice as long as Serena Williams — 30 minutes and six seconds compared to the tennis icon’s 17 minutes, 12 seconds.

    In episode eight, the Duchess clocked up 26 minutes, one second.

    Canada’s First Lady Sophie Trudeau — one of three guests — spoke for just two minutes, nine seconds.

  • Louis Allwood

    Harry and Meghan share close friendship with Sir Elton John

    Elton has grown close to the couple over the past few years and even sang at their wedding in 2018 after knowing Harry his whole life.

    The singer was Princess Diana's friend and famously sang Candle in the Wind at her funeral in 1997.

    Ahead of Elton's farewell concert in LA last night, Harry and Meghan gushed about how proud they were of the 75-year-old.

    While thanking the icon for many decades of entertainment, Harry said: "Thank you for being a friend that you were to my mum, thank you for being our friend, thank you for being a friend to our kids."

  • Louis Allwood

    Prince Harry has 'made his bed and he's going to have to lay in it'

    A reporter has claimed Prince Harry will find himself "out in the cold" after Netflix release their docu-series.

    Speaking to Sky News Australia, Ms MacSween said: "The public has turned really well and truly now with the death of Her Majesty.

    "There was so much love for that woman and sympathy for her and know I think that he's seen what he’s done, and I think that he's probably lamenting it.

    "It's a runaway train for him because Netflix wants to capitalise on what's happened this year and I think he's really going to find himself out in the cold.

    "He's made his bed and he's going to have to lay in it."

  • Louis Allwood

    Calls for Meg and Harry to be 'stripped' of titles

    A British commentator and former aide to Margaret Thatcher, has claimed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex should be stripped by King Charles of their royal titles.

    It comes after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were praised as "heroic" for challenging the family's "power structure".

    The couple have been awarded the Ripple of Hope award which  honours “exemplary leaders” who have demonstrated “an unwavering commitment” to social change.

    Nile Gardiner Tweeted: "An insult to the British Monarchy. Meghan and Harry should be stripped of their Royal titles swiftly and decisively."

  • Louis Allwood

    Queen & Philip encouraged harry & Wills to 'let off steam' in Balmoral

    Royal author Katie Nicholls previously revealed the Queen and Prince Philip adored the time they got to spend with William and Harry on the Balmoral estate.

    Set in 50,000 acres, the Queen “encouraged them to let off steam at Balmoral”, and their grandfather also spent quality time with them.

    He “taught them how to salmon-fish, and the boys would spend hours romping with him through the wild Scottish countryside”, Kate added.

  • Louis Allwood

    William fondly remembers Queen giving him 'most almighty telling off'

    During the airing of ‘The Queen at 90’, Prince William recalled a hilarious moment when he and Peter Phillips were chasing Zara around on a go-cart.

    He said the pair managed to navigate Zara into a lamppost and the lamppost came down and nearly squashed her.

    Prince William said: "I remember my grandmother being the first person out at Balmoral to come running across the lawn in her kilt.

    "She came charging over and gave us the most almighty telling off, and that sort of stuck in my mind from that moment on."

  • Louis Allwood

    Inside little-known Royal cottage where William & Harry spent many happy summers 

    THE little-known Royal cottage where Princes William and Harry spent many happy summers was dubbed the "most beautiful place on earth" by royals who visited.

    Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, was the late Queen's go-to vacation destination in the summer. 

    But less than a mile down the road sits Craigowan Lodge on the Balmoral Estate.

    The longest-reigning monarch treasured holidaying in the cottage where she enjoyed quality time with her extended family there, especially with grandsons William and Harry.

    Queen Elizabeth II spent three months every summer on the Scottish estate and would “kick off her shoes” to relax.

    Read more of our revealing article.

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan wanted Elton to teach Archie the piano

    A royal source previously revealed Meghan previously wanted Elton to teach Archie how to play the piano.

    And in 2020 it was reported Elton knew about the couple's Royal family exit before the Queen.

    At the time an insider said: "Elton speaks to Harry and Meghan every day. He’s an inspiration, an almost ‘motherly’ figure.

    "They made their decision alone, but he’s a shoulder to lean on and listened as they spoke about their plans.

    “He is a constant support, especially to Meghan, and is very protective of them both."

  • Louis Allwood

    Prince Harry tells Elton: ‘Thanks for being a friend to my mum and kids’

    Ahead of Elton's farewell concert in LA last night, Harry and Meghan gushed about how proud they were of the 75-year-old.

    While thanking the icon for many decades of entertainment, Harry said: "Thank you for being a friend that you were to my mum, thank you for being our friend, thank you for being a friend to our kids."

    "Thank you for entertaining people right around the world," Harry added.

    "Even though this is officially your retirement, this will not be your last gig and we know that – but we love you and congratulations on an incredible career."

    Read more of Morgan Johnson's story here.

  • Louis Allwood

    Piers SLAMS humanitarian award for Harry & Meghan is 'laughable'

    Piers Morgan revealed his opinion after it was announced the Sussexes would receive a humanitarian award.

     Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will get award for 'heroic' stance against alleged 'structural racism' of royal family.

    But Piers tweeted: “Absolutely laughable. We’ve still had zero actual evidence from these two grifters about a single act of racism they encountered from the Royal Family. Nothing.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Royal expert claims Diana would be disappointed if Harry creates ‘Cain and Abel saga’ with new memoir

    Princess Diana would not have wanted Prince Harry to say anything negative about his brother, Prince William, says a royal expert.

    According to royal biographer Andrew Morton: “the fact that he’s called it Spare means that he’s going to deal with his relationship with his brother.”

    Speaking to Vanity Fair, Mr Morton added: “It’s going to be a Cain and Abel saga. It will have a biblical resonance.”

    Morton said Diana wouldn’t like to see Harry portray William in a bad light.

  • Louis Allwood

    Harry reveals King Charles is strict about this household habit

    Speaking in a documentary made for the then Prince Charles’ 70th birthday, Harry revealed the King is very strict about one household rule.

    “He’s a stickler for turning lights off,” the Duke said.

    “And that’s now something that I’m obsessed with as well, which is insane because actually, my wife goes ‘Well, why turn the lights off? You know it’s dark’.

    “I go ‘we only need one light, we don’t need like six’, and all of a sudden, it becomes a habit and those small habit changes he’s making, every single person can do. And I think that’s one of the key lessons certainly that I felt that he taught us.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Prince Harry ‘probably regretted the fact he didn’t spend some of the time in the UK’

    Princess Diana’s biographer has claimed that Prince Harry “probably regretted” not spending more time in the UK with the Queen.

    Speaking to Us Weekly, Andrew Morton said: “I think Prince Harry was devastated by the death of the Queen.

    “He probably regretted the fact he didn’t spend some of the time in the UK.

    “He’ll be pleased that the Queen finally got to meet Lilibet, that would have been a consolation.

    “I think he would have grieved over the fact he wasn’t able to get to Balmoral before she passed but that goes for the rest of the children as well apart from Anne and Charles.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Pictured: King Charles III receives King Felipe VI of Spain

    King Charles III has been pictured today alongside King Felipe VI of Spain in the Morning Room, during an audience at Clarence House.

  • Louis Allwood

    Foie gras banned from royal residences

    Foie gras has been banned from being served at royal residences, confirmed by a letter from Buckingham Palace to animal rights campaigners.

    King Charles is said to be a longstanding critic of the delicacy made from the livers of duck and geese.

    Foie gras is made from livers that have become abnormally enlarged from a disease called hepatic steatosis, caused by force-feeding the birds large amounts of food.

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