Meghan Markle latest news – ‘Prince Charles speculated about skin tone of Prince Harry & Meg's children' claims new book

Meghan Markle latest news – ‘Prince Charles speculated about skin tone of Prince Harry & Meg’s children’ claims new book

A NEW book claims that Prince Charles speculated about the skin tone of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s future children — and unwittingly triggered the rift between the couple and the British royal family.

This is according to a well-placed source in author Christopher Andersen’s book “Brothers And Wives: Inside The Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan” (Gallery), out Tuesday.

The source reported that on Nov. 27, 2017 — the same morning the engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was officially announced — Prince Charles mused to his wife, Camilla, “I wonder what the children will look like?”

The insider said that Camilla was “somewhat taken aback” by the question and replied, “Well, absolutely gorgeous, I’m certain.”

Lowering his voice, Charles asked: “I mean, what do you think their children’s complexion might be?”

Read our Meghan Markle live blog below for the latest updates…

  • Milica Cosic10 minutes ago

    Prince Harry’s ‘face and demeanour’ (Continued…)

    Royal editor for the Daily Mail, Rebecca English, said the Prince’s “face and demeanor” show that he’s much happier in the US.

    Speaking on the Palace Confidential podcast she said: “Just by the look on his face and his demeanour, he clearly is a lot happier in the US.”

    She wished the Prince good luck – adding it was probably what he was doing in America, compared with his tasks as a Senior Working Royal in the UK, that had led to him becoming much happier.

  • Milica Cosic25 minutes ago

    Prince Harry’s ‘face and demeanour shows he is happier in the US’, says expert

    PRINCE Harry is much happier in the US – according to a royal expert.

    He made the move overseas to Meghan’s hometown of California in March 2020, alongside Archie.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their young son Archie spent six weeks in Canada between November 2019 and January 2020, before permanently making the move to North America.

    The coronavirus pandemic pushed up their plans to settle, moving to Malibu in Los Angeles in March to avoid the borders between USA and Canada closing – and they have been there ever since.

    Harry, 37, is so content in the US he will even miss Christmas with the Queen this year – her first one without Prince Philip.

  • Milica Cosic40 minutes ago

    Queen health update

    THE Queen has told the Royal Family she is now “far better” and able to host the traditional Christmas at Sandringham following her health scare, according to sources.

    Her Majesty, 95, has moved to reassure her family she is on the mend and “looking forward” to the festive family gathering at her Norfolk estate.

    Guests at Sandringham will include her son Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children.

  • Milica Cosic55 minutes ago

    Explained: How to get the new commemorative coin

    The new design will join a collection of commemorative crown pieces from the Royal Mint over the years, which have celebrated the Queen's Silver, Gold and Diamond Jubilees.

    Included in one of the largest collections made by the Royal Mint, the coin will be unveiled next year alongside a commemorative £5 crown.

    Collectors of coins can register their interest to the Royal Mint to claim the commemorative 50p piece.

  • Milica CosicToday, 11:30

    About the new 50p coin 

    Clare Maclennan, divisional director of commemorative coin at the Royal Mint, said: “The Royal Mint has a proud history of striking coins for British monarchs and 2022 sees one of the greatest celebrations of Her Majesty the Queen with the upcoming Platinum Jubilee.

    “Marking 70 days until the anniversary of the Queen's accession to the throne, the Royal Mint is delighted to reveal the commemorative Platinum Jubilee 50p design ahead of its launch in the new year.

    “In recognition of the landmark occasion, this is the first time a royal milestone has been commemorated on a 50p coin and is a fitting celebration for Britain's longest reigning monarch.”

  • Milica CosicToday, 11:15

    New 50p coin to commemorate Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

    THE Royal Mint has announced a new 50p coin will be launched next year to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

    It will be the first time a royal event will appear on the tails side of the coin and the design has even been approved by the Queen.

    Featuring the number 70 to denote the number of years the Queen has reigned up to 2022, her cypher will also be nestled inside the zero as the central focus of the design.

    Meghan Markle latest news – ‘Prince Charles speculated about skin tone of Prince Harry & Meg’s children’ claims new book

  • Milica CosicToday, 11:00

    'Odd Meghan would want to alter a ring'

    Speaking to Fabulous, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, Ingrid Seward, explained she “found it odd” that the Duchess of Sussex, 40, would change her engagement ring.

    “I find it a bit odd Meghan would want to alter a ring that her husband had especially designed for her,” she said.

    “A royal engagement ring is a piece of history not a bit of jewellery to be updated when it looks old fashioned.”

  • Milica CosicToday, 10:45

    Meghan's ring based on her jewellery collection

    During the couple's engagement interview in 2017, Prince Harry revealed he had specifically chosen a gold band for Meghan's original ring based on her jewellery collection.

    He said: “The ring is obviously yellow gold because that's her favourite and the main stone itself I sourced from Botswana and the little diamonds either side are from my mother's jewellery collection, to make sure she's with us on this crazy journey together.”

  • Milica CosicToday, 10:30

    Meghan Markle blinged up her Diana engagement ring

    WHEN Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their engagement back in November 2018, we were nothing short of obsessed with the former Suits star's diamond ring.

    Designed by Prince Harry himself, the Duchess of Sussex's stunning sparkler even features two of the late Princess Diana's diamonds – but less than two years later, it underwent a dramatic transformation.

    The stunning sparkler originally had a thick gold band which beautifully offset the row of three diamonds.

    However, Duchess seems to have reset her ring with a much thinner, diamond-studded micro-pave gold band.

    Meghan Markle latest news – ‘Prince Charles speculated about skin tone of Prince Harry & Meg’s children’ claims new book

    Meghan's engagement ring originally featured a gold band in November 2017 (left) and now appears to have been reset with a diamond-studded design (right)

  • Milica CosicToday, 10:15

    Prince Charles travels to Barbados

    Prince Charles is expected to visit Barbados on Monday, as he marks Barbados’ transition to a Republic within the Commonwealth.

    A tweet from Clarence House about the visit added: “As future Head of the Commonwealth, HRH has been invited by Mia Amor Mottley, Prime Minister of Barbados, to be Guest of Honour at the Republic Celebration events.”

    The heir to the throne last visited the Caribbean nation in 2019.

  • Milica CosicToday, 10:00

    BBC documentary is s'overblown and unfounded'

    The Palace has dismissed the show as “overblown and unfounded”.

    Jenny Afia, the Duchess of Sussex’s lawyer, will appear again in the second episode, which covers 2018 to 2021.

    It will examine the “circumstances around the decision of the Sussexes to step down from their senior royal roles”, it details the various legal cases served by Prince Harry and Meghan, and discusses how the relationship between Diana, Princess of Wales and the press affected her two sons.

  • Milica CosicToday, 09:45

    Second part of BBC’s royal documentary will be named ‘Sussexit’

    THE second part of the BBC’s controversial royal documentary will be named “Sussexit” to appease Prince Harry.

    The Duke recently argued the popular term “Megxit” is “misogynistic” and “created by a troll”.

    His comments led to the BBC using the new title in tomorrow night’s episode of The Princes And The Press.

    It will examine the “circumstances around the decision of the Sussexes to step down from their senior royal roles”. 

    It is expected to air claims of a lack of support for Harry and wife Meghan and of a senior household member helping a tabloid in its court case against her. 

  • Milica CosicToday, 09:30

    Prince William, Kate Middleton and Queen could cut BBC off FOREVER

    PRINCE William, Kate Middleton and the Queen could cut the BBC off forever following fury over a new royal documentary.

    As reported exclusively by The Sun, the Cambridges have already banned the national broadcaster from screening their Christmas carol concert, instead handing the rights to ITV.

    But more extreme measures could soon be taken – and insiders claim the furore could spell the end of the long relationship between the broadcaster and the royals.

    It follows upset over a BBC Two documentary which aired “unfounded” allegations that William and his staff briefed the media against Meghan and Harry.

  • Milica CosicToday, 09:15

    Documentary concerns

    Part two will be shown on Monday.

    The relationship between the BBC and the royals had already soured this year following the Martin Bashir scandal.

    Mr Bashir was exposed as having faked documents in order to persuade Princess Diana to give her bombshell 1995 interview to Panorama. 

    Following the news, William issued a statement attacking both the journalist himself and the BBC’s management structure.

    He said their actions had fuelled Diana’s “fear, paranoia and isolation”.

    A friend told the publication the scandal is still “very raw” for the prince.

  • Milica CosicToday, 09:00

    Harry opened secret Instagram account

    A royal expert has claimed that Prince Harry used a mixture of his pseudonym name and his favourite DJ for social media account.

    Royal expert Jonathan Sacerdoti told Royally Us: “Harry had a secret Instagram account with the username Spikey mouse which was deleted shortly afterwards.

    “I believe but we know that Meghan apparently started following that Instagram account just around the time they started dating but of course even those watching her account then wouldn’t have known that it was Prince Harry.

    “Apparently that pseudonym he used was a mixture of the Facebook name he used he had an alias on there Spike Wells and his favorite DJ ‘Deadmau5’ so that’s a bit of royal info.”

  • Milica CosicToday, 08:45

    Eugenie and Zara may have changed royal christenings forever

    According to claims made by a royal expert, Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall may have set a precedent for royal christenings following their joint ceremony last weekend.

    Speaking on Australian TV, royal author Robert Jobson said: “Well, it’s never happened before, I suppose you get two for the price of one.

    “They try to get as much out for the Queen.

    “I suppose what it was, the Queen wouldn’t want to pick a favourite grandchild so if they want the Queen to be there they’ll have to just get on with it.

    “And put them together which makes total sense to be because her time is limited.”

  • Milica CosicToday, 08:30

    Queen determined to attend Christmas Day service 

    Royal fans will be eager to catch a glimpse of the royals all together at the Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene, a 16th-century church on the Sandringham property.

    The Queen is reportedly “determined” to attend the service, along with the rest of the family, but will be driven to the church to save her walking the short distance.

  • Milica CosicToday, 08:15

    Prince William & Kate Middleton’s new neighbour

    Prince William and Kate Middleton could welcome Princess Eugenie or Princess Beatrice as their neighbour in Kensington Palace, a royal historian has said.

    Marlene Koenig, a royal historian and expert, has suggested that either Princess Beatrice or Eugenie could be lined up as Apartment 1’s newest tenants.

    She told last month: “Princess Anne’s home is her own and it will go to her kids, it’s not a royal home.

    “There’s an area next to it that Mark Phillips helped buy before the divorce, and that’s where Zara and Peter live and have their homes — it’s all going to be theirs at some point.

    “But other homes and royal residences, right now, it’s more about maintaining what they have.

  • H. J. HayesToday, 08:00

    French hauteur

    A British journalist has claimed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have faced “devastating” backlash in recent weeks with France’s media lambasting the couple.

    The latest cover of the highly popular French Magazine Paris Match featured Meghan and Harry in their front cover, writing: “Why Meghan lied.”

    Another headline in the magazine reads: “The mask slips.”

    Paris-based British journalist Peter Allen claimed the magazine’s criticism of the Sussex royals is particularly significant because “the French media has been quite respectful towards them in the past”.

    He wrote on Twitter that its latest headlines are “devastating… for Project Sussex”.

  • H. J. HayesToday, 07:30

    Royal precedent

    A royal expert has claimed that Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall may have set a precedent with the joint christening of their children.

    Robert Jobson suggested that the joint christening, which was held on Sunday, may have occurred due to the Queen’s health, as she has been unable to attend some engagements in recent weeks due to her health. 

    Speaking on Australian TV he said of the christening: “Well, it’s never happened before, I suppose you get two for the price of one.

    “They try to get as much out for the Queen.

    “I suppose what it was, the Queen wouldn’t want to pick a favourite grandchild so if they want the Queen to be there they’ll have to just get on with it.

    “And put them together which makes total sense to be because her time is limited.”

  • H. J. HayesToday, 07:00

    Duchess could be stopped in her tracks

    The Duchess could be banned from running for US president by her royal title, experts believe.

    A little-known constitutional amendment made two centuries ago could stymie any bid Meg makes to end up in the White House.

    While the duchess has never publicly spoken of a wish to run, her own biographers also believe it’s “possible… even likely” that she will, with one claiming she’s the “embodiment of the American dream”.

    Meanwhile, she was recently blasted for cold-calling Republican senators as she lobbies for paid parental leave.

    The politicians say she introduced herself as the Duchess of Sussex – and neither knew how she’d got hold of their numbers.

    The move sparked outrage as royals always stay out of political matters. A row over the calls rumbles on, with Palace aides warning the duchess is “using her title out of context” and Piers Morgan urging the Queen to rescind Meghan’s royal titles.

  • H. J. HayesToday, 06:30

    ‘Are you not meant to be at lectures?’

    Charles earlier visited Cambridge’s outdoor market, taking time to speak to stallholders.

    He also took time to shake the hands of some of the hundreds of people who came to see him, from behind barriers which circled the market during his visit.

    The prince also joked with the gathered crowds, telling them “are you not meant to be at lectures?”

  • H. J. HayesToday, 06:00

    What did Charles say during his AstraZeneca visit?

    During a visit to the Anglo-Swiss company’s new £1bn research facility, the Pricne of Wales said: “I must say it has been absolutely fascinating to see at least some of the work that takes place inside this centre and to think that – supported by interactions across the city and beyond – it will ultimately enhance and save the lives of untold millions of people around the world in the years and decades to come.”

    He continued: “Throughout the pandemic, I have greatly admired the dedicated commitment of Pascal and the entire AstraZeneca team.

    “You have developed and delivered a vaccine for the world – in a remarkably short timescale – which will continue to have a positive impact on communities and society for years to come.

    “You have demonstrated, together with your partners, the power of collaboration, of agility and, ultimately, of science itself. And, what is more, you have done it all on a not-for-profit basis.”

  • H. J. HayesToday, 05:30

    Boris Johnson’s sister defends calling Meghan ‘exotic’

    Journalist, and PM’s little sister, Rachel Johnson has defended a comment piece she wrote in the Mail on Sunday in 2016 where she said Meghan would inject some “exotic” DNA into the ‘pale’ Royal family.

    Speaking to Amol Rajan as part of a BBC documentary on the relationship of the royal princes and the media, she said she would not have used that word now.

    She said it was never meant it to be racist – saying she had actually meant it as a compliment to the “genetically blessed” mixed race duchess.

    Johnson said she would not use the term now as she had been ‘educated’ and would get ‘cancelled’ because the world had changed since.

    She said: “Of course, that was a few years ago, we wouldn’t go anywhere near that now because we would be canceled for making anything about somebody’s ethnic background the color of their skin, it would be completely off-limits.

    “Because now I know, and now I’ve been educated and I’ve educated myself that ‘exotic’ is a euphemism for Black, which you don’t dare say. 

    “I agree it was a misfire, because either way you read it, it sounds eugenicist or racist. So let’s just forget it.”

  • H. J. HayesToday, 05:00

    Royal rumble

    The Royal Family has lawyers braced to launch action against the BBC over a shock documentary.

    The Queen has joined with Princes Charles and William to warn the Beeb they could end all co-operation with it.

    They are set to collectively complain to regulator Ofcom — for what is believed to be the first time.

    The BBC refused to show the Royal Family the two-part documentary — called The Princes and The Press — despite requests.

    The broadcaster is also said to have failed to give the royals right to reply — amid claims that the programme will allege warring siblings Princes William and Harry instructed courtiers to plant smears against each other in the press.

    Read more here.

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