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The Princess of Wales has reportedly been ‘out and about’ more with her family in recent weeks as concern mounts about another memoir from Prince Harry.

Kate, 42, has kept a low profile since she received her cancer diagnosis in January and has not carried out any official royal duties this year.

The Mail Online has reported that while she has been venturing out once more, the palace has stressed that she still needs time and space to recover.

The latest update comes as royal insiders have suggested a “wounded” Prince William could have to face a second book from his brother.

Prince Harry’s memoir, Spare, revealed poignant moments within the royal family when it was released last year.

Royal author Robert Hardman said there is still a “trust issue” between Harry and the rest of his family as he “gave away so many secrets” in the book.

He added that because the book covers his wedding in only five pages he believes “part two might be on its way”.

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Buckingham Palace issues powerful statement about Sycamore Gap seedling

Ahead of its replanting by the Monarch in Windsor, the palace released a powerful statement about the hope it represents for the future.

Buckingham Palace said: “Part of the power of trees to move and console us lies in the continuity and hope they represent: the sense that, rooted in the past and flourishing in the present, their seeds will be carried into an as yet unimaginable future.”

The seedling made its debut at the Chelsea Flower Show last week – eight months after the tree it came from was illegally felled.

Director of Gardens and Parklands at the National Trust, Andy Jasper, with the first Sycamore Gap seedling at the Chelsea Flower Show last week
Director of Gardens and Parklands at the National Trust, Andy Jasper, with the first Sycamore Gap seedling at the Chelsea Flower Show last week (Ann-Marie Powell/PA Wire)

Emma Guinness29 May 2024 04:00

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Prince Harry could lose £12m mansion over US visa

It is currently under review following the Duke of Sussex’s revelations about past drug taking in his 2023 memoir Spare.

Should it emerge that he lied, Donald Trump said Harry will be treated like any other civilian if he is reelected in November.

The former president said: “We’ll have to see if they know something about the drugs, and if he lied they’ll have to take appropriate action.”

Harry currently lives in a nine-bedroom Montecito, California mansion worth £12m with his wife Meghan Markle and two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

Donald Trump has promised to treat Prince Harry like any other citizen when it comes to his visa application
Donald Trump has promised to treat Prince Harry like any other citizen when it comes to his visa application (AFP/Getty Images)

Emma Guinness29 May 2024 02:00

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Royal photographer says Harry and Meghan’s wedding was ‘miserable’

Reflecting on the sixth anniversary of the event, Arthur Edwards described the 2018 Windsor wedding as one of “the worst” royal events he has ever captured on camera.

The photographer claims that the couple were deliberately uncooperative because of Harry’s dislike of the British media.

“I was there I hated the day, it was a miserable day,” he told The Sun.

“I can tell you now it was the worst royal engagement I ever did, the worst royal wedding I ever did because Harry was determined to keep the newspapers away from it as much as possible.

“Everything was done on long lenses. It was hopeless. And when they went past in the carriage, they turned away from me.

“I felt it was deliberate, with the British press, in many ways, they were badly treated.

“Harry was angry at us about things said about Meghan.

“Some of the things were pretty harsh. Some were pretty unfair.

“He was angry and I felt we were punished for that.”

Harry and Meghan’s wedding was reportedly ‘miserable’ for at least one photographer
Harry and Meghan’s wedding was reportedly ‘miserable’ for at least one photographer (Getty Images)

Emma Guinness29 May 2024 00:00

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Meghan Markle’s ‘nakedness’ critiqued by First Lady of Nigeria

The First Lady of Nigeria has seemingly taken aim at Meghan Markle’s choice of clothing on her recent trip to the country.

Senator Oluremi Tinubu made the comments during a speech to mark President Bola Tinubu’s first year in office where she discussed the “nakedness” of “film stars from America”.

She said Nigerian women “do not want to mimic and try to emulate film stars from America” with their “nakedness”.

“The message here is we have to salvage our children. We see the way they dress,” she said.

“They keep forgetting that Nigeria, we are beautiful. You can see what they showcase on the stage, I said, ‘We are fashionable, we see what is going on.’

“We are not having the Met Gala. And everyone, the nakedness, is just everywhere and the men are well-clothed.

“So we have to do something. Tell them we don’t accept nakedness in our culture. That is not beautiful. It’s not beautiful at all.”

The first lady of Nigeria has seemingly cirticised Meghan Markle’s ‘nakedness’
The first lady of Nigeria has seemingly cirticised Meghan Markle’s ‘nakedness’ (Copyright 2024 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)

Emma Guinness28 May 2024 22:00

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Major balcony change could take place at this year’s Trooping the Colour

Traditionally, only working members of the royal family have been allowed on the balcony but less senior royals have recently supported the King and Prince William amid the family’s ongoing health troubles.

At William’s Buckingham Palace garden party, for example, he was supported by his cousins Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie as well as Zara and Mike Tindall.

The Telegraph’s royal editor Hannah Furness speculated: “The Prince of Wales would be keen to extend similar invitations again, in the spirit of including the wider family, as his grandmother once did.

“The King, too, has seemed visibly buoyed by the company of his nieces and nephews, rarely looking happier than he did clasping Zara Tindall in a hug at the Royal Windsor Horse Show this month on his way back from cancer treatment.

“He must now decide what to do for this year’s Trooping the Colour, in which the state of the Royal family will be captured in that all-important ‘balcony moment’ displaying who is in and who is out.”

Prince William has been supported by his cousins in recent weeks
Prince William has been supported by his cousins in recent weeks (Getty Images)

Emma Guinness28 May 2024 21:00

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be in ‘financial trouble’ next year

A royal expert has claimed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could find themselves in “financial trouble” if their Netflix contract is not renewed next year.

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams believes that the conclusion of the hit series The Crown could lead to less interest in the couple on the streaming platform.

“[Their contract] runs out next year and Netflix are no longer producing the series of The Crown, as they previously were. They might therefore have less interest in the Sussexes,” he told The Mirror.

“If they lost this contract, with Archewell, their business and charitable foundation, having so few donors, they might well be in financial trouble.”

The couple signed a five-year deal worth a reported $100 million with Netflix back in 2020.

Harry and Meghan’s Netflix contract runs out next year
Harry and Meghan’s Netflix contract runs out next year (REUTERS)

Emma Guinness28 May 2024 19:00

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Biden administration requests for Harry’s visa application to remain private

This comes after the application recently came under scrutiny following revelations about the Duke of Sussex’s prior drug use in his 2023 memoir Spare.

Lawyers for the Biden administration have said that there would be a “stigma attached” if the information entered the public domain.

The think tank group The Heritage Foundation requested that the documents be made public under a freedom of information application.

The Biden administration wants Prince Harry’s US visa application to remain private
The Biden administration wants Prince Harry’s US visa application to remain private (AFP via Getty Images)

Emma Guinness28 May 2024 17:00

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King ‘encouraged’ by lasting privacy of meeting with Harry

The King has reportedly been “encouraged” by his February meeting with Prince Harry remaining private as the familial rift remains.

The duke cleared his schedule in February to fly across the Atlantic to see his father following his shock cancer diagnosis.

While the meeting lasted less than an hour, royal insider Robert Hardman believes it could have benefited their somewhat tumultuous relationship.

“But I think there can be a kind of normalising, and I thought it was telling that when the cancer diagnosis came through back in February, Prince Harry came straight over,” the author said.

“People said why didn’t he stay longer, why didn’t he talk to his father, I mean there is so much to be worked through, but this was absolutely not the moment to have some sort of summit with Harry about all of Harry’s grievances.

“But I think the fact he came was important, the fact he was received was important, I think what encouraged people at the palace and encouraged the king was the fact that afterwards, we didn’t then read about it or hear about it. It remained private.”

Athena Stavrou28 May 2024 14:40

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King ‘unhappy’ with distance from Harry

King Charles is “unhappy” with the situation between himself and his son Prince Harry, an expert has said.

Royal author Robert Hardman said that the monarch finds the distance between the pair “unsettling” and would like to live in co-existence.

“Like any parent, yes, he definitely finds [the situation] unsettling, it makes him unhappy,” he said.

“There he is, he’s got two sons, one he hardly sees, and two grandchildren he’s barely ever seen and yes, I think he would like some sort of modus vivendi. Clearly they can’t come back to royal life. I don’t think they want to. After all that’s happened it wouldn’t work.”

Athena Stavrou28 May 2024 14:00

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Royal children ‘would not be exempt from National Service’

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced his radical plans to bring back National Service for 18-year-olds as part of the general election campaign and it has very limited exceptions.

The party confirmed to The Telegraph that the royal children will be expected to participate.

Sunak said: “National Service schemes in countries around the world show just how fulfilling it is for young people.

“We want to make sure Britain’s future generations can get the most out of National Service, that’s why we’re looking into ways it can open doors they wouldn’t otherwise get in work or education.

“Only the Conservatives will take the bold action required to deliver a secure future for the next generation.”

The Conservatives have said that royal children won’t be exempt from National Service
The Conservatives have said that royal children won’t be exempt from National Service (AP)

Emma Guinness28 May 2024 13:37

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