Prince Harry’s Memoir May Be Delayed, Leading to ‘Raised Eyebrows’ at Palace
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Has Harry’s book been delayed?
The mystery continues about the whereabouts of Prince HarryHis memoir seems to have led to a burst of optimism at Buckingham Palace, where family and courtiers may be worried what will happen to them.
The source of this optimism rests on the somewhat fragile notion that no one knows when or when the book will come out. Penguin Random House says the book will come out in the fall, but it’s not on the list of upcoming books. It was written by author JR Moehringer, and Harry said of it: “I am writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become.”
A person in the royal family told Sun on Sunday: “If this book comes out this year as originally planned, it should be on the publisher’s marketing and promotional list — unless they’re planning a surprise or delay. Its omission has raised a lot of eyebrows in royal circles.”
With such a huge fortune, the possibility that a publisher could plan a surprise price cut to maximize publicity is a distinct possibility — so any nerves are soothed at the palace. may soon start tinkling again about what Harry might be about to make dish or bitch, which could affect any hopes of a reconciliation with his brother Prince William and the rest of the royal family.
Indeed, a spokesperson for Transworld, part of Penguin Random House, told Sun on Sunday: “We don’t include every book on the list so there’s nothing to extrapolate from there.”
Harry won this week the latest round of his and Meghan Markle’s legal actions against the Associated Newspaper.
Queen leads poll on royal popularity
Queen Elizabeth leading the latest survey of the most popular royals. A YouGov poll reveals 75% of British adults have a positive view of the monarch; Kate Middleton came in second with 68%, then Prince William with 66%, and then – oddly enough – Prince Philip died a lot with 64%. Next, Princess Anne reached 53%, daughter Zara Phillips 49%, Prince Charles 42%, wife Camilla 40%, with Prince Harry (34%), trailing Prince Edward and Sophie, and Meghan Markle (25) %) indicates a position. above Prince Andrew at the end of the pile.
Pollsters break down statistics by certain demographic markers. Among millennials, Harry and Meghan score higher, although the queen, Kate and William (and Prince Philip) still beat them. Among Generation X, Prince Philip is the most loved royal! Among women, Kate is the number one royal, running ahead of the queen.
Kate Middleton’s Parents May Be Home to Ukrainian Refugees
Carole and Michael Middleton, parents of Kate Middleton, want to help Ukrainian refugees who have found their way to Britain, the Mail on Sunday report. The couple are said to be contemplating building an annex building for their manor in Bucklebury, Berkshire.
“Bucklebury has had a large number of refugees and Carole has been getting advice from villagers and looking for information on how the process has worked for others in the area,” a source told Mail on Sunday. “Carole has talked about wanting refugees to feel they have their own space in her home and has talked about the logistics of how it all works. There have been a few conversations about this, back and forth. Carole suggested that she and some of the asylum seekers meet, to get to know each other and because she wanted to find a way to the refugee homes on her own. She is very philanthropic and wants to be known for her philanthropic nature as well as her business.”
“Carole is very popular here and she has done wonders for the community and for the family farm. She is a real tour guide.“
The article said there were “issues around security” and if their plans would affect the visit of Kate and Prince William and family.
“Carole didn’t have many outbuildings and Kate’s security was in the main house when they arrived, so she’ll have to find a way to make it work safely,” one villager told. Mail on Sunday. “Carole is very popular here and she has done wonders for the community and for the family farm. She is a real tour guide. “
Until she has homes for refugees or asylum seekers, Carole has other plans, a source said. “Carole is looking for other ways to support some of the refugees while she arranges the logistics to accommodate them in her home. She considered organizing a fundraiser or a social event in the village for refugees that could take place on the farm. “
Middletons, who were seen enjoying tennis at this year’s Wimbledon, declined to comment on Letters.
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BBC still hasn’t paid Bashir ‘sin’
The Sunday Telegraph report that the BBC has yet to pay the £1.5 million ($1.8 million) so-called “sin” promised to give to charity after revealing the BBC’s methods Overview used by interviewer Martin Bashir to get his 1995 interview with Princess Diana.
In the interview, Diana candidly discussed the breakdown of her marriage, the mistreatment of her husband Prince Charles and the royals, and how there were “three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded” (referring to Prince Charles’ love affair with Camilla Parker Bowles). Bashir used fake documents to convince Diana to give an interview, and as reported by The Daily Beasttold her (according to her brother Earl Spencer) “that she was being watched by the security services, that her staff had betrayed her to the tabloids, that the Prince Edward has AIDS, and that her husband is having an affair with her son. nanny.”
“The ripple effect of a culture of exploitation and unethical practices ended up taking her life.“
– Prince Harry
The Sunday Telegraph reported that the BBC would donate the amount to charities of its own choosing, rather than consulting Prince William and Harry, as had previously been encouraged.
“The ripple effect of a culture of exploitation and unethical practices ended up taking her life,” Prince Harry said last year. “What interests me deeply is that practices like these — and even worse — are still prevalent today. Then, and now, it’s bigger than a store, a network, or a publication. Our mother lost her life because of this, and nothing has changed.”
“I never wanted to harm Diana in any way and I don’t believe we did,” Bashir Talk to Sunday Times. “Everything we did about the interview was as she wanted it to be, from when she wanted to warn the palace, when it was broadcast, to the content of it… My family and I love her.”
Camilla and Charles love gardener cats
Show off a lot inside Mail on Sunday about the revelations contained in a new British documentary about Camilla Parker Bowles that will be shown this week to mark her 75th birthday.order her one-week birthday today on July 17. Let’s take a look at these marmalade drops: she loves to ‘sneakly talk cunningly’ with obnoxious TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson (before quitting) smoker), is known for telling “naughty and reckless jokes”, and loves “invigorating” swimming in cold water (usually blood-freezing off the English coast, so props for that).
The title reveal is… that Camilla stole her sister Annabel’s teddy bear and buried it under the roses in her grandmother’s garden when they were children.
Camilla also loves garden cats, and so does Prince Charles. “There’s no place like gnome!” she speaks. “Actually, the Prince also works at Highgrove – he has a hidden monster.” More naughty: Camilla even dressed her two children, Jack Russells, Beth and Bluebell, pearl necklaces; This magazine is famous for its photos of chic “girls in pearls”.
Kate Middleton posed for Camilla’s photo for the cover of luxury magazine Country lifeLatest issue Camilla edited by client.
Kate took pictures of Camilla at Ray Mill, Camilla’s country retreat in Lacock, Wiltshire.
“It was very comfortable,” Camilla told the magazine. ‘[It was] very kind Duchess of Cambridge—[she] comes with her camera. She’s an incredibly good photographer and it’s all very ordinary, without a lot of hair and makeup — it’s just done in the garden with lots of laughs. It’s a lovely way to do it.”
Happy royal family
Princess Anne just shows that not every royal divorce ends in dysfunction. She and her children Zara and Peter Phillips attended the wedding of Stephanie, their father’s daughter (and Anne’s first husband Captain Mark Phillips) by second marriage, the Mail on Sunday report.
Stephanie, who was married to her partner William Hosier at St Mary The Virgin Church in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, grew up on the Gatcombe Park estate (where Mark Phillips continued to live after his 1992 divorce from Anne), so very close to her half-siblings. Zara and Peter were present at the wedding with their partner, and Peter’s first wife, Autumn, was also present with her partner. All very modern and fresh.
This week in royal history
A big week for Henry VIII and Six: Musical fan. On July 12, 1543, Henry VIII married his sixth wife, Catherine Parr, at Hampton Court Palace; and on July 16, 1557, Henry’s fourth wife, Anne of Cleves, died. She is buried at Westminster Abbey.
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