Royal Family news latest – Prince Harry & Meghan Markle DEMAND major covid vaccine changes during New York visit

PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle will demand major changes to the global vaccine rollout when they appear in New York later this week.

The Sussexes will broadcast live from Central Park for a Global Citizen Live event on Saturday – insisting the West makes more jabs available to poorer countries.

Harry and Meghan will "continue their urgent work with world leaders in the pursuit of global vaccine equity to end the COVID-19 pandemic for everyone, everywhere", Global Citizen's website states.

It is the first time Meghan will appear in public since Lilibet's birth in June.

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    CHEEKY CHUMS

    KATE Middleton and Sophie Wessex have a “naughty, fun and cheeky” friendship, according to a body language expert.

    The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, and Sophie, 56, who both married into royalty, are said to have an unlikely “unbreakable” bond, and are regularly seen having fun together at events.

    From Trooping the Colour and Royal Ascot, Kate and Sophie, who is married to Prince Edward, are often pictured in each other’s company in fits of laughter.

    When the pair watched the rowing action during the London 2012 Paralympic Games, body language expert Judi James observed: “Kate’s eye-connect from under her hood suggests she is prompting Sophie’s response here and Sophie’s laugh involves a thrown-back head, closed eyes, open mouth and neck-baring that show she is really tickled by what she is hearing or seeing.

    “Kate looks delighted to have made Sophie laugh like this and the slight nose-wrinkling suggests she thinks she is being rather naughty here.”

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    VIRGINIA ROBERTS RELEASES PHOTOS THAT PROVE SEX ASSAULT PAPERS WERE SENT TO PRINCE ANDREW AT HIS HOME ADDRESS

    Prince Andrew’s lawyers are continuing to thwart efforts to serve the lawsuit and spark a 21-day period for the duke to reply – but pictures show the papers were sent to the Duke at his home.

    Sent via a Royal Mail post box, the envelope which contained the papers was sent off to the duke, with the stamp of the Queen’s head on the top.

    These photos released as evidence in US court filings show the lawsuit was posted to Andrew on September 9 – one of five attempts to reach the accused royal.

    They show a worker from the London office of law firm Boies Schiller Flexner LLP posting the envelope containing the lawsuit into a traditional red Royal Mail post box.

    It was addressed to ‘Prince Andrew’ at his 100-acre 30-room mansion at Royal Lodge on the private Windsor Great Park, just three miles from Windsor Castle, on September 9.

    And even came with a first class stamp bearing the Queen’s profile.

    It was one of five attempts made by US lawyers to serve the papers.

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    WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM THE DOCUMENTARY?

    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.

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

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    ANDREW SET TO STAY AT BALMORAL

    Sarah Ferguson, who has been staying with her former husband at the Queen’s 50,000 acre retreat, made the 500-mile trip to ­London’s Chelsea and Westminster hospital.

    Beatrice, 33, gave birth to the 11th in line to the throne shortly before midnight on Saturday. The girl, weighing 6lbs and 2oz, is so far unnamed.

    But it is thought Andrew will remain at Balmoral for three weeks as wrangling continues. The High Court on Friday gave his £1,000-a-day legal team a week to challenge its decision giving itself jurisdiction to serve the papers.

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    SO WHERE DOES PRINCESS BEATRICE’S DAUGHTER RANK IN ROYAL BABY WEIGHTS FROM CUDDLY LOUIS TO TINY HARRY?

    The Princess of York welcomed a baby girl Chelsea and Westminster Hospital at 11:42pm, with their daughter weighing 6lb 2oz.

    The average weight for a baby born in the UK is 7lb 8oz for boys and for girls 7lb 4oz, putting Bea’s baby on the lower end of the scale.

    But how does she compare to her royal relatives? Here we reveal how much the royal babies weighed at birth…

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    PHILIP ORDERED HARRY TO ‘COME BACK ALIVE’ FROM AFGHANISTAN

    PRINCE Harry reveals the Duke of Edinburgh ordered him to “come back alive” before he went off to war in Afghanistan.

    Harry, 37, opens up about his dry sense of humour in a touching television tribute to his grandfather, who died in April aged 99.

    Harry filmed his segment in California separately from the rest of the Royal Family.

    His brother William and dad Charles were among others remembering Prince Philip in clips revealed today ahead of Wednesday’s hour-long BBC special.

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    DIANA PREDICTED SHE WOULD DIE ‘FROM BRAKE FAILURE AND SERIOUS HEAD INJURY’ IN NOTE

    She even wrote a letter two years before her death claiming that Prince Charles was plotting to kill her so he could marry Ms Legge-Bourke.

    In the note, Diana predicted she would die through “brake failure and serious head injury”.

    The princess is said to have been obsessed with the mistaken idea of an affair – a false allegation deeply upsetting to the younger nanny.

    Mark Stephens, a media lawyer with the law firm Howard Kennedy, said: “The BBC’s handling of Bashir was a catastrophe turned into a disaster and as a consequence, the corporation recognises the least said, the soonest mended.”

    Bashir denies faking documents connected to the nanny. He says notes made by Earl Spencer and attributed to him were in fact comments made by the princess.

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    PRINCE CHARLES’ REVEALS LAST WORDS TO HIS DAD ON EVE OF HIS DEATH – AND TELLS OF PHILIP’S CLASSIC RESPONSE

    The Prince of Wales spoke to his father about plans to celebrate his 100th birthday, a new documentary discloses.

    He called the Duke of Edinburgh at Windsor on April 8 and asked about a party to celebrate his centenary in June, the Daily Mail reports.

    Charles said: “We’re talking about your birthday. “

    But with Philip’s hearing failing he had to speak up and repeated a bit more loudly: “We’re talking about your birthday!

    “And whether there’s going to be reception!”

    Philip replied: “Well, I’ve got to be alive for it, haven’t I?”

    In what may have been their last ever conversation, Charles said: “I knew you’d say that!”

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    THE QUEEN ‘WON’T OVERRULE CHARLES’ PLAN TO KEEP ANDREW AWAY FROM PUBLIC DUTIES’, CLAIMS ROYAL BIOGRAPHER ANGELA LEVIN

    The Queen won’t “overrule” her eldest, who reportedly wishes to keep the Duke of York out of the public eye after damaging sex assault allegations.

    However, the monarch “adores” Andrew and “enjoys his company”, expert Angela Levin said today.

    Ms Levin, who has written an authorised biography on Prince Harry, called Andrew “naïve and arrogant” as the royal faces a legal wrangle in a US civil court.

    In an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer on TalkRADIO, she said the Queen had ruled out Andrew’s return to duties.

    “She said he couldn’t be,” she said.

    “She adores Andrew and enjoys his company.

    “I think that she won’t overrule what Charles says. The rest of the royals won’t want him to do that.”

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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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    PRINCESS BEATRICE MAKES SURE TO MENTION HER STEPSON CHRISTOPHER WOOLF IN HER BABY ANNOUNCEMENT IN SWEET NOD

    Princess Beatrice made sure to mention her stepson Christopher Woolf in her baby announcement in a sweet nod to the youngster.

    Buckingham Palace confirmed the Queen’s granddaughter, 32, and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi welcomed their first child into the world on Saturday, September 18.

    In the official announcement, the couple said they are looking forward to introducing their daughter to her older brother Christopher Woolf, known as Wolfie.

    The Palace said today: “Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice and Mr Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi are delighted to announce the safe arrival of their daughter on Saturday 18th September 2021, at 23.42, at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London.

    “The baby weighs 6 pounds and 2 ounces.

    “The new baby’s grandparents and great-grandparents have all been informed and are delighted with the news. The family would like to thank all the staff at the hospital for their wonderful care.

    “Her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well, and the couple are looking forward to introducing their daughter to her big brother Christopher Woolf.”

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    ANDREW SET TO STAY AT BALMORAL

    Sarah Ferguson, who has been staying with her former husband at the Queen’s 50,000 acre retreat, made the 500-mile trip to ­London’s Chelsea and Westminster hospital.

    Beatrice, 33, gave birth to the 11th in line to the throne shortly before midnight on Saturday. The girl, weighing 6lbs and 2oz, is so far unnamed.

    But it is thought Andrew will remain at Balmoral for three weeks as wrangling continues. The High Court on Friday gave his £1,000-a-day legal team a week to challenge its decision giving itself jurisdiction to serve the papers.

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    WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM THE DOCUMENTARY?

    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.

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

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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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    VIRGINIA ROBERTS RELEASES PHOTOS THAT PROVE SEX ASSAULT PAPERS WERE SENT TO PRINCE ANDREW AT HIS HOME ADDRESS

    Prince Andrew’s lawyers are continuing to thwart efforts to serve the lawsuit and spark a 21-day period for the duke to reply – but pictures show the papers were sent to the Duke at his home.

    Sent via a Royal Mail post box, the envelope which contained the papers was sent off to the duke, with the stamp of the Queen’s head on the top.

    These photos released as evidence in US court filings show the lawsuit was posted to Andrew on September 9 – one of five attempts to reach the accused royal.

    They show a worker from the London office of law firm Boies Schiller Flexner LLP posting the envelope containing the lawsuit into a traditional red Royal Mail post box.

    It was addressed to ‘Prince Andrew’ at his 100-acre 30-room mansion at Royal Lodge on the private Windsor Great Park, just three miles from Windsor Castle, on September 9.

    And even came with a first class stamp bearing the Queen’s profile.

    It was one of five attempts made by US lawyers to serve the papers.

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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 ANDREW’S GAME OF CAT AND MOUSE OVER SEX ABUSE LAWSUIT IS ‘DAMAGING MONARCHY,’ COURTIERS BELIEVE

    Royal aides are said to be increasingly uneasy about the “wall of silence” surrounding the under-fire duke, 61.

    They fear the decision to apparently dodge legal papers filed in the US is making it look like he has something to hide.

    Lawyers for US accuser Virginia Giuffre have tried seven times to serve a writ alleging “rape in the first degree”.

    Andrew, who strongly denies the claims, is now at Balmoral in Scotland, seemingly out of reach of English and US courts.

    But a royal source said: “There is growing disquiet over this lawsuit which also has wider reputational implications for the monarchy.”

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    MEGHAN AND HARRY TO ATTEND NEW YORK EVENT IN FIRST PUBLIC APPEARANCE SINCE LILIBET’S BIRTH TO PROMOTE JABS

    The Sussexes will broadcast live from Central Park for a Global Citizen Live event on Saturday.

    The couple will "continue their urgent work with world leaders in the pursuit of global vaccine equity to end the COVID-19 pandemic for everyone, everywhere", Global Citizen's website states.

    It is the first time Meghan will appear in public since Lilibet's birth in June.

    The Sussexes are in the midst of their parental leave, with sources previously suggesting their time off could hit "several months".

    The event will also be the first public outing for the couple since they ditched the UK for their £11millon California mansion.

    Meghan, 40, and Harry, 37, were campaign chairs of Vax Live, whose aims were to "inspire vaccine confidence worldwide and help get the COVID-19 vaccines to everyone".

    At the event's pre-recorded show in May, the Duke of Sussex was greeted with a standing ovation as he walked on stage at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.

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    PRINCE ANDREW ‘SERVED BY LAWYERS AGAIN’ OVER SEX ASSAULT ALLEGATIONS AS UNDER-FIRE DUKE REMAINS IN HIDING

    Documents were emailed to the Duke of York’s US lawyer, Andrew Brettler, in Los Angeles yesterday.

    The Duke’s team have been given seven days by the High Court to challenge its decision to begin notifying Andrew about the US civil case against him.

    David Boies, Virginia’s lawyer, confirmed to The Sun yesterday that his firm had now served Prince Andrew’s US attorney, Andrew Brettler, by FedEx and email.

    US judge Lewis Kaplan ruled last week that sending court papers to Andrew’s lawyer would be acceptable – meaning the royal does not have to be physically served.

    Andrew, 61, now has 21 days dating from last Friday to respond to the lawsuit.

    Mr Boies told The Sun: “We would not try to serve him when he’s visiting his granddaughter.”

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    MEGHAN MARKLE & PRINCE HARRY RIDICULED ON AUSSIE TV SHOW AS COMICS JOKE DUCHESS IS ‘GOLD DIGGER’

    The couple was named in the publication’s list of top 100 most influential people on Wednesday.

    But, the Duke and Duchess were roasted by several Australian comics on the show “Have You Been Paying Attention”.

    The programme is the country’s version of Mock the Week.

    Panellists were asked what publication featured Harry and Meghan on their front cover, MailOnline reports.

    Comic Luke McGregor suggested a tech magazine called “PC Gaming” while Ed Kavalee joked “Better Homes and Golddiggers”.

    The quip was a reference to the crafts and interior design magazine Better Homes and Gardens that has existed since the 1920s.

    A snap of the Duke and Duchess appears on the front of the magazine with Harry wearing all black as he stands behind his wife.

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    DIANA PREDICTED SHE WOULD DIE ‘FROM BRAKE FAILURE AND SERIOUS HEAD INJURY’ IN NOTE

    She even wrote a letter two years before her death claiming that Prince Charles was plotting to kill her so he could marry Ms Legge-Bourke.

    In the note, Diana predicted she would die through “brake failure and serious head injury”.

    The princess is said to have been obsessed with the mistaken idea of an affair – a false allegation deeply upsetting to the younger nanny.

    Mark Stephens, a media lawyer with the law firm Howard Kennedy, said: “The BBC’s handling of Bashir was a catastrophe turned into a disaster and as a consequence, the corporation recognises the least said, the soonest mended.”

    Bashir denies faking documents connected to the nanny. He says notes made by Earl Spencer and attributed to him were in fact comments made by the princess.

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    PHILIP ORDERED HARRY TO ‘COME BACK ALIVE’ FROM AFGHANISTAN

    PRINCE Harry reveals the Duke of Edinburgh ordered him to “come back alive” before he went off to war in Afghanistan.

    Harry, 37, opens up about his dry sense of humour in a touching television tribute to his grandfather, who died in April aged 99.

    Harry filmed his segment in California separately from the rest of the Royal Family.

    His brother William and dad Charles were among others remembering Prince Philip in clips revealed today ahead of Wednesday’s hour-long BBC special.

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    WHAT ARE THE THREE TITLES GIVEN TO PHILIP WHEN ELIZABETH II BECAME QUEEN?

    When Prince Philip married the Queen in 1947 he was also given three other titles:

    • Duke of Edinburgh
    • Earl of Merioneth
    • Baron Greenwich

    In 1957, the Queen made him an official Prince of the United Kingdom – which she made official in a new letters patent.

    WHO ARE PRINCE HARRY’S EX GIRLFRIENDS?

    Camilla Burlow was linked to Prince Harry in July 2014 when it was reported they had locked lips.

    His other exes include a Burberry model, an X Factor singer and a Strictly Come Dancing starlet.

    Here’s who the rumour mill has linked him to…

    Ellie Goulding
    Cressida Bonas
    Florence Brudenell-Bruce
    Caroline Flack
    Mollie King
    Chelsy Davy

    SO WHERE DOES PRINCESS BEATRICE’S DAUGHTER RANK IN ROYAL BABY WEIGHTS FROM CUDDLY LOUIS TO TINY HARRY?

    The Princess of York welcomed a baby girl Chelsea and Westminster Hospital at 11:42pm, with their daughter weighing 6lb 2oz.

    The average weight for a baby born in the UK is 7lb 8oz for boys and for girls 7lb 4oz, putting Bea’s baby on the lower end of the scale.

    But how does she compare to her royal relatives? Here we reveal how much the royal babies weighed at birth…

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