Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Duke teases secrets he 'wouldn't want world to know' – Express

prince harry headshot smilingPrince Harry has dropped bombshells galore in his tell-all memoir ‘Spare’, yet he claimed there’s more he hasn’t divulged about Prince William and the King.
Amongst the startling claims made in Spare was an alleged physical altercation at Harry’s London residence in 2019, where William supposedly branded Meghan Markle as ‘difficult’, ‘rude’, and ‘abrasive’, culminating in a scuffle that left Harry on the floor, his necklace torn by his brother’s grasp.
Despite previously laying bare their lives in the bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview in 2021 and the revealing Netflix docuseries ‘Harry & Meghan’, Harry confessed in Spare that he had more secrets to tell.
In a candid chat with The Telegraph last year, Harry hinted at the volume of untold stories: “It could have been two books, put it that way. And the hard bit was taking things out.
“There are some things that have happened, especially between me and my brother and to some extent between me and my father, that I just don’t want the world to know. Because I don’t think they would ever forgive me.”
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are stuck in a “disagreement” over how to move on from their ongoing feud with the Royal Family, an insider has claimed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been embroiled in a deep rift with the royals ever since they quit their duties and moved to the US in 2020, with both sides showing “no sign of a reconciliation”.
But it looks like the Sussex couple may have their own “differences” when it comes to their approach to solving the ongoing royal feud, with Harry being less focused on an apology than Meghan, and rather wanting to move on.
A source told “Harry is more willing to move on, let’s just say that.
“It’s not a case of Meghan being difficult, she genuinely feels hurt and would like some kind of sit down to hash things through – but that’s not something the other side is willing to consider at this time.”
READ MOREMeghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, is reportedly seeking refuge on a “remote island” with her family following her father’s distressing revelations about their strained relationship.
According to one insider, Meghan, 42, and Prince Harry, 39, are planning a summer of “relaxation and enjoyment” with their two young children.
The Duke and Duchess have faced a seemingly endless stream of negative press this year, including the controversy surrounding Harry’s brief trip to the UK in May and the ongoing reports of tension with Prince William, 42, and Kate, Princess of Wales.
READ MOREPrince Philip reportedly had his concerns about Meghan Markle right from when she first together with Prince Harry and tried to warn Queen Elizabeth, according to an expert.
The late Queen and many of the royals welcomed the former actress into the family circle, but her husband was apparently always “wary” of her and her “charm offensive”.
Comparisons were made between Meghan and another American who married into the Firm back in the 1930s – Wallis Simpson, known as the Duchess of Windsor after she married Edward VIII.
Royal author Ingrid Seward explained in her book ‘My Mother and I”: “Soon the country as a whole seemed to take to Meghan with equally genuine delight.
“One of the few wary of succumbing to her charm offensive, however, was Prince Philip. While the Queen continued to champion Harry’s new love, he warned his wife to be cautious.
READ MOREPrince Harry‘s nomination for the Pat Tillman Award shows how his life has taken “a sad turn”, according to an author.
The Duke of Sussex has so far not confirmed whether he will accept the honour, named after a former NFL player who joined the US Army after 9/11 and served in Iraq and Afghanistan before being killed by friendly fire. Following Pat Tillman’s death in Afghanistan, an award was created in his honour and this year it is due to go to Prince Harry.
But author Douglas Murray claimed the Duke of Sussex is “not doing, but receiving awards as if he is doing”.
Speaking on Sky News Australia, he said: “We shouldn’t say they [Prince Harry and Meghan Markle] win awards, but they get gifted them by the sorts of people they hang out with.”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tried to keep their relationship under the radar at the very start – but their plan was almost ruined by a member of staff.
In Harry’s bombshell memoir Spare, the 39-year-old recalled how he had to hide under the covers after a member of staff knocked on Meghan’s hotel room.
The pair first met in London in 2016, with their royal wedding taking place in Windsor less than two years later.
Speaking of the tense moment their secret was almost spilt, Harry revealed that the couple had been apart for two months and that their reunion took place at Soho House in London.
READ MOREPrince Harry and Meghan Markle need to ensure their next Netflix projects are a “success” if they want to have their contract renewed, a royal commentator has warned.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex struck a deal with the streaming platform after quitting their royal roles and have since released only a six-part docuseries on their decision to leave the Royal Family and a documentary on Harry’s work with the Invictus Games.
Their efforts have been met with mixed reviews, sparking speculation on whether Netflix would sign up the couple for another five years after seeing very little in terms of actual programmes.
With Meghan and Harry now due to release a new lifestyle show and a documentary on the world of polo, commentator Kinsey Schofield argued it is “crucial” for them to deliver a strong product to the streaming giant.
The To Di For Daily founder told Sky News Australia: “This is crucial that this is a success, because Harry and Meghan’s only commercial hit so far has been their docuseries which basically was hours and hours of the ripping into the British Royal Family.
“So it’s very, very important that Meghan’s show or Harry’s polo program see some similar numbers to the Harry and Meghan docuseries or they risk losing that Netflix gig.”EXCLUSIVE: Meghan Markle has completed filming on her forthcoming Netflix series, which is predicted to premiere in the next six months. And it appears the Netflix series and her lifestyle brand may go hand-in-hand.
The streaming giant may step in and act as a distributor for American Riviera Orchard – if Meghan looks good, Netflix looks good – and then the media company can say they played a role in its success, says one royal expert.
To Di For Daily’s Kinsey Schofield has a theory on what to expect, speaking exclusively to Daily Express, saying: “According to previous reports, Netflix is also considering partnering with Meghan in the capacity of a distributor for American Rivera Orchard so they can stake some claim on any hype her show could potentially build for her new lifestyle brand.”
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The success of Meghan Markle‘s lifestyle brand American Riviera Orchard will depend on one condition, a PR expert has claimed.
The Duchess of Sussex soft launched her new business venture all the way back in March by launching an Instagram page and website. However, no update has been given as to when the official launch will take place.
Over the course of the past few months, Meghan has teased us with the debut of three products expected to be sold under her new brand – strawberry jam, raspberry jam and dog biscuits.
Meanwhile, rumours have been circulating online over another product set to hit the shelves when the brand officially launches – rose wine. However, its release has not been confirmed yet.
Now a PR expert has weighed in on whether the Duchess’s products will be a success and whether her branding strategy will resonate well with her potential customers.
READ MOREPrincess Kate and Meghan Markle are both royal fashion icons and have regularly attended Wimbledon in the past, but both have committed a big fashion no-no while there.
The pair were snapped in the Royal Box together in 2018 and 2019. However, Meghan has been attending the tournament in SW19 since before she even married Prince Harry.
Both Kate and Meghan’s sartorial choices in the Box have attracted comment, yet they may have upset some Wimbledon officials by wearing hats.
READ MOREMeghan Markle‘s “cruel” words about Princess Charlotte apparently reduced Princess Kate to tears and further cemented the rift between them that has continued to this day.
In spite of Meghan finding herself in a similar position to Kate when she married Prince Harry, as a non-aristocratic outsider joining the Firm, the two women struggled to build a friendship.
In the run-up to Meghan and Harry’s May 2018 wedding, tensions reached fever pitch, as it was reported at the time that the Duchess of Sussex made Kate cry in a row over bridesmaid’s dresses.
However it was later clarified that it was in fact Meghan who had been crying, and Harry also confirmed that Kate had sent flowers over to apologise.
READ MOREGood morning from London. I’m Aurora Bosotti, bringing you all the latest developments on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Please feel free to get in touch with me as I work if you have a story or tips to share! Your thoughts are always welcome.
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