Meghan Markle latest news: 'Emotionally needy' Prince Harry DOMINATED by Duchess & is now 'paying price' for Megxit

PRINCE Harry is "emotionally needy" and has been "utterly taken over" by Meghan Markle and is paying the price for Mexit, an expert has said.

The Duchess of Sussex recently confirmed she WILL attend the Invictus Games alongside Harry, on her first trip since quitting the Royal Family.

But Royal author Tina Brown believes the Duke is now "reliant" on the Duchess amid his reported feuds with the monarchy after his tell-all Oprah interview.

Ms Brown said: “The Oprah interview was desperately damaging to any relationship that Harry could ever hope to have with his family. And even that could have been gradually assuaged if he hadn’t then announced he was doing a memoir.

"I think the memoir was actually more breathtaking than the interview. Frankly, berating the world for the lack of privacy he’s had and now he can’t stop giving interviews… It’s amazing."

She continued: “He’s so emotionally needy that he’s been completely and utterly taken over by Meghan and his whole personality has changed. It’s a really sad thing to a great many people.

"Meghan seems to answer some huge need in Harry and it seems like they are in a powerful co-dependency. And I do question how it will end.”

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  • Joseph Gamp

    Anne greeted by performances at Papa New Guinea school

    The Princess Royal was given a red-carpet welcome by pupils in traditional dress on her second day in Papua New Guinea as part of her tour marking the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

    Anne started the day at Caritas Technical Secondary School, a Catholic boarding school for 700 girls in Port Moresby, where she was presented with flowers and given a tour of the facilities including the cooking laboratory and the gymnasium.

    Wearing a narrow-striped sand-tone two-piece pantsuit, the princess offered the seated pupils inside the gymnasium some advice while also expressing her gratitude for the welcome.

    In comments carried by local media outlet Loop PNG, Anne said the school was a place where pupils could build their skills and options for life as adults.

    "But it's also about enjoying being part of the educational process, making new friends and respecting one another wherever you might come from," she added.

    "So, my congratulations to this school and all of you who have been part of it over the years. And a particular thank you for the way in which you have celebrated Her Majesty's Jubilee."

  • Joseph Gamp

    Harry ‘WILL go after’ Camilla & Charles in new book

    A royal biographer has claimed that Prince Harry will “go after” Charles and Camilla in his new memoir. 

    Tina Brown, who was friends with Princess Diana, said that Harry “can’t stand Camilla” and doesn’t want her to be Queen. 

    She said: “Harry’s not going to go after The Queen, she’s sacrosanct. And he probably won’t go after Kate, who he’s very fond of.

    “But he will go after Charles and Camilla and maybe William.

    “William has accepted Camilla in terms of what she means to his father’.

    “He’s been grown up about it. Harry, on the other hand, can’t stand Camilla. He doesn’t want Camilla to be queen.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    Heightened security for ‘Operation London Bridge’

    The secret blueprint for codename Operation London Bridge also includes arrangements for heightened security, Covid contingencies and even the Royal Family’s social media accounts.

    It meticulously chronicles preparations for the 10 days from the monarch’s passing to her state funeral at Westminster Abbey.

    Prince Charles will address the nation on the night of the Queen’s passing, before going on a mourning tour of Britain.

    The Prime Minister will be told by Buckingham Palace’s most senior courtier, while the head of the civil service and top ministers will also be informed.

    Flags will be lowered to half-mast across Government buildings within 10 minutes and Parliament will adjourn if sitting. 

    As when Prince Philip died last year, the Royal Family’s website will revert to a black holding page confirming the Queen’s death.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Royal expert says Meghan wouldn't want to miss out on publicity

    A royal author has said how, despite it being "unnecessary" for Meghan to be at the Invictus Games, she "wouldn't want to miss out on the publicity".

    Angela Levin told the Sun: "I think it's truly shocking.

    "I think the royal family are deeply hurt, but that's precisely what they must want, otherwise, they wouldn't act like that.

    "It's such snub, you cannot believe that Harry is the same person as he was in 2018 when I met him."

  • Joseph Gamp

    Meghan ‘will only come to UK if she can bring Netflix cameras’ 

    Exclusive by Claudia Aoraha

    MEGHAN Markle will "only return to the UK if she can bring Netflix cameras," it's been claimed.

    The Duchess, 40, will join Harry at his Invictus Games in Holland in her first trip out of America since Megxit – and the pair will be followed around by cameras.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to be followed by a Netflix documentary crew throughout – but experts have said that Meghan being there is "unnecessary."

    It is not the first time the couple has reportedly partnered with the streaming giant after their £120m Netflix deal TV series deal.

    And now, experts have said that they believe she'll only return to the UK if she can bring crews and cameras to film the documentary.

    Meghan has not set foot in the UK since she flew out just hours after a tense Commonwealth Day Ceremony with royals in March 2020.

    Read more here.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Harry is now 'reliant ' on Meghan, author claims

    Royal author Tina Brown believes the Duke is now "reliant" on the Duchess amid his reported feuds with the monarchy after his tell-all Oprah interview.

    Ms Brown said: “The Oprah interview was desperately damaging to any relationship that Harry could ever hope to have with his family. And even that could have been gradually assuaged if he hadn’t then announced he was doing a memoir.

    "I think the memoir was actually more breathtaking than the interview. Frankly, berating the world for the lack of privacy he’s had and now he can’t stop giving interviews… It’s amazing."

    She continued: “He’s so emotionally needy that he’s been completely and utterly taken over by Meghan and his whole personality has changed. It’s a really sad thing to a great many people.

    "Meghan seems to answer some huge need in Harry and it seems like they are in a powerful co-dependency. And I do question how it will end.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    The changes in the Royal Family since Philip’s tragic death

    PRINCE Philip’s death 12 months ago heralded a significant shift for the Royal Family.

    The Queen, now 95, lost her “strength and stay” – with the Firm facing a year of drastic change.

    As Her Majesty and the family privately mark the anniversary a few days ago, here are seven changes in royal life since the duke’s death:

    1. Meghan and Harry refuse to return to the UK
    2. Kate Middleton and Prince William plan a move
    3. Camilla will become Queen Consort
    4. Prince Andrew settles his sex assault case
    5. Full throttle for jubilee plans
    6. The birth of baby Lilibet
    7. William’s plans for the future of The Firm

    Read the article in full here.

  • Joseph Gamp

    ‘Diana would have loathed the idea of Queen Camilla’

    Princess Diana’s biographer has claimed that she would have “loathed” the thought of Camilla getting the Queen consort title.

    Speaking to the Telegraph Magazine, Tina Brown said: “Diana would have loathed the idea of Queen Camilla, there’s no question about it, but we’re 25 years on.”

    She added: “The Queen’s always been a pragmatist and she knows Charles wants Camilla to be queen. So what the Queen wants to do now is tidy up and do what she can to help Charles take on the role.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    Harry & Meghan ‘are nobodies in the US’ without Royal Family ties

    PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle have been warned they “need to really top up their associations with royalty”.

    The Royal couple are “really are nobodies in the US” without the Royal Family label, a consumer expert has claimed.

    Professor Maclaran, professor of marketing and consumer research at Royal Holloway, University of London told The Sun: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s high profile across the Atlantic is really because of their titles and their associations with British royalty.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    ‘Diana would have loathed the idea of Queen Camilla’

    Princess Diana’s biographer has claimed that she would have “loathed” the thought of Camilla getting the Queen consort title.

    Speaking to the Telegraph Magazine, Tina Brown said: “Diana would have loathed the idea of Queen Camilla, there’s no question about it, but we’re 25 years on.”

    She added: “The Queen’s always been a pragmatist and she knows Charles wants Camilla to be queen. So what the Queen wants to do now is tidy up and do what she can to help Charles take on the role.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    What's happening with Harry & Meghan's security?

    Harry and Meghan, who live in the US, did not attend the memorial service for the Duke of Edinburgh in London last month.

    Harry is bringing a claim against the Home Office after being told he would no longer be given the same degree of personal protective security when visiting from the US, despite offering to pay for it himself.

    The duke wants to bring his children to visit from the US, but he and his family are "unable to return to his home" because it is too dangerous, his legal representative has said.

    Team UK will compete in nine sports at the Invictus Games: athletics, archery, wheelchair basketball, cycling, powerlifting, indoor rowing, wheelchair rugby, swimming and sitting volleyball.

    Harry played an instrumental role in bringing the Games to the UK in 2014 when 300 competitors from 13 countries took part in the inaugural competition in London.

    A trip to the Warrior Games in Colorado a year earlier had been the inspiration, as Harry saw first hand how sport helped inspire recovery and support rehabilitation of wounded troops.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Invictus Games competitors hope Harry will bring Meghan & children

    Competitors at this year's Invictus Games are hoping the Duke of Sussex could bring his wife and children to the event.

    The international competition will take place in The Hague, Netherlands, from April 16 to 22 after being delayed by the pandemic.

    Team UK competitors said they would like to see Meghan, two-year-old Archie and nine-month-old Lili at the Games, with one competitor suggesting it would be a great way for Harry to show his loved ones what he has achieved.

    It was reported over the weekend by the Daily Mirror that Meghan will travel to the Invictus Games with Harry.

    The duke founded the games to aid the rehabilitation of injured or sick military personnel and veterans from across the globe, by giving them the challenge of competing in sporting events similar to the Paralympics.

    The Invictus Games was where the couple chose to make their first public appearance together almost five years ago.

  • Milica Cosic

    'Emotionally needy' Harry 'utterly taken over' by Meghan

    A royal author has claimed that Prince Harry is "emotionally needy" and has been "utterly taken over" by wife Meghan Markle – making his 'whole personality change'.

    Princess Diana’s autobiographer Tina Brown spoke to the Daily Telegraph and said: "“Meghan seems to answer some huge need in Harry and it seems like they are in a powerful co-dependency. And I do question how it will end.”

    Ms Brown said Harry was “catastrophically rude “ and is now paying the price for his “hot-headed” approach to Megxit.

  • Milica Cosic

    Meg & Harry mocked over Netflix crew at Invictus games

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are facing criticism after it was announced they will be followed by a Netflix film crew on their upcoming trip to The Hague.

    Royal expert Richard Eden tweeted: "And, by happy coincidence, Prince Harry and Meghan will be accompanied by a Netflix film crew, who wouldn't have been allowed to join them at Prince Philip's memorial service."

    Replying to this, one royal fan said: "I can't believe they're using Invictus and those veterans as a PR-stunt to make money."

  • Milica Cosic

    Harry slammed over treatment of Queen

    A royal expert has slammed Prince Harry for his treatment of the Queen as he is reportedly set to slam Prince Charles and Camilla in his upcoming memoir.

    Tina Brown, former editor of Vanity Fair and friend of Princess Diana that the Duke "can't stand" Camilla, and will go after both her and Charles in the memoir.

    Royal commentator Angela Levin then went over to criticise Harry over Ms Brown's claims, stating that the public is "bored rigid of hearing how hard done by he is".

    She tweeted: "Tina Brown says that Harry dislikes Prince Charles and Camilla and will write about it in his memoir.

    "If true aren't we all bored rigid with hearing how hard done by he is/was and his life as a millionaire victim.

    "Has he stepped in to help the Queen or even visited her?"

  • Milica Cosic

    Why Harry and Meghan did not attend Brooklyn Beckham's wedding

    Despite the Beckham's attending Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding in 2018, the royal couple did not go to Brooklyn Beckham's wedding over the weekend.

    A source told the Mirror that the Beckham's had deliberations over which royal couple to invite but in the end chose William and Kate. This is due to their close relationship with David. 

    The source said: “David and Victoria wrote to William and Kate inviting them and the family to their son’s wedding, and William replied wishing them a great deal of joy but they are unable to attend.”

    “It was always about them, it was never about Meghan and Harry.

    “They are the people David and Victoria are attached to and it’s always been about them because they’ve had a long history together,” the source added.

  • Milica Cosic

    Meghan & Harry's 'snub' to the UK

    MEGHAN Markle confirms she'll be at Invictus Games on first trip since quitting royals in a HUGE snub for the royal family.

    This weekend, the Invictus Games will begin in the Netherlands and will take place in The Hague from April 16 to 22 after being delayed by the pandemic.

    On Monday evening, a spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex confirmed that Meghan will join Harry for the first few days.

    It comes after The Mirror last week revealed that the couple would be followed by a Netflix documentary crew throughout the Games.

    This comes as a huge snub for the Royal family as neither Harry nor Meghan returned to the UK for Prince Philip's memorial service.

  • Milica Cosic

    Meghan savaged after ‘all she has done' to Firm

    Despite Harry and Meghan being allowed to keep their Duke and Duchess titles when they quit as working royals in 2020, many have taken a swipe at the couple.

    In a recent interview on GB News, novelist Celia Walden attacked the couple for signing a deal with Netflix, and accused the Duke and Duchess of Sussex of ignoring morality and ethics for money.

    Referencing the GB News interview, Nile Gardiner, a former adviser to Mrs Thatcher, wrote on Twitter: "Simply incredible that Meghan Markle still retains a Royal title after all she has done to insult and attack the British Monarchy."

    Mr Gardiner's comments went down well with others on the social media site.

    One said said: "Agree! The monarchy is showing their weakness.

    "MM has done nothing to deserve that title and she is using it to make money in the USA.

    "Making a joke of the Monarchy."

    While nother commented: "Completely agree with you. She needs them taken from her and him for that matter.

    "They wanted freedom and independence. Give it to them.

    "Take their titles and let's see how far it gets them as that is all they have going for them."

  • Milica Cosic

    Queen takes on Harry and Meghan 

    THE Queen has given her blessing to her trusted aide to reveal her Covid lockdown secrets — and go head-to-head with Prince Harry’s tell-all book.

    Royal dresser Angela Kelly, who has been with Her Majesty for 28 years, will tell of HMS Bubble and Prince Philip’s death in her offering.

    A new chapter for Angela’s 2019 picture book The Other Side of the Coin will be released next month for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, publisher HarperCollins announced.

    They say: “The Queen personally gave Angela her blessing to share their unparalleled bond with the world and Angela is the first serving member of the Royal Household to be given this extraordinary permission.”

    It will cover lockdown when the Queen was protected by her ring-of-steel, dubbed HMS Bubble. It is set to show how Angela cut and set the Queen’s hair and will cover the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.

    Royal dresser Angela Kelly has been with Her Majesty for 28 years
  • Milica Cosic

    Meghan caused ‘shudders at palace’

    According to a royal expert, Meghan Markle's pre-wedding interview caused "shudders at the palace".

    Before The Duke and Duchesses wedding, wedding, they hosted the Royal Foundation's first forum event with Kate Middleton and Prince William.

    And, according to the Telegraph, in her new book The Palace Papers, royal author Tina Brown said that Meghan "felt she could get in there and change it all."

    But this comment caused "shudders at the Palace", where things work at a slower pace.

    Ms Brown continued to say: "Frankly, she could have done a great deal to change things had she stuck around, but the thing that’s most baffling is such impatience. She could have spent a year away and come back with a great game plan."

    The royal author also compared Meghan and Princess Diana's commitment to the royal family and their duty, pointing out, "Diana gave it 16 years."

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan's earrings had 'touching tribute to the Queen'

    A style expert has said that on Meghan Markle's first outing with the Queen, she wore earrings that had a "touching tribute" to her majesty.

    In June 2018, Meghan went on her first solo trip with the Queen and wore a pair of pearl earrings. 

    Daena Borrowman, the marketing manager at jewellerybox spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk to discuss Meghan’s outfit.

    Daena said: “Meghan paid a touching tribute to the Queen on the day.

    “She chose to wear a dainty pair of pearl and diamond drop earrings that happen to be one of her grandmother-in-law's very first gifts to her.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Harry 'WILL go after' Camilla & Charles in new book

    A royal biographer has claimed that Prince Harry will "go after" Charles and Camilla in his new memoir. 

    Tina Brown, who was friends with Princess Diana, said that Harry "can't stand Camilla" and doesn't want her to be Queen. 

    She said: "Harry’s not going to go after The Queen, she’s sacrosanct. And he probably won’t go after Kate, who he’s very fond of.

    "But he will go after Charles and Camilla and maybe William.

    "William has accepted Camilla in terms of what she means to his father’.

    "He’s been grown up about it. Harry, on the other hand, can’t stand Camilla. He doesn’t want Camilla to be queen."

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan & Harry face 'estrangement' over UK return

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been slammed for their failure to return to the UK this year – especially for Prince Philip's memorial which was held earlier this month.

    Speaking about the absence, royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams wrote on Twitter: "Harry and Meghan actually face the prospect of, bar her mother, estrangement from both their families which is not ideal for philanthropists!"

    Mr Fitzwilliams also described Prince Harry's decision not to attend his grandfather's memorial as "extraordinary".

    He said: "You can understand Harry's position after the terrifying experience with his mother," but added: "Not attending the service of thanksgiving to Prince Philip was extraordinary."

  • Louis Allwood

    William left 'disgusted' by Meghan's brutal 'attack' on Kate

    An expert has claimed that Prince William was "disgusted" at Meghan Markle's brutal attack on Kate Middleton during her bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview.

    Ex-Vanity Fair editor and author Tina Brown, who was friends with Princess Diana has claimed Kate was upset with claims that she made The Duchess of Sussex cry at a bridesmaid fitting.

    Brown also added that she fears things are likely to get worse after Harry publishes his memoir later this year.

    Brown said: "William was disgusted about Meghan’s attack on Kate because she can’t answer back.

    “But that’s nothing compared to how furious he’s going to be when this book comes out.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Archie’s surname caused huge rift between Queen & Philip

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s children, Archie and Lilibet, use the royal family’s official surname – Mountbatten-Windsor. This is because they aren’t senior enough to have HRH titles.

    The moniker combines the royal name, Windsor, with Prince Philip’s surname, Mountbatten.

    However the name was even raised in the Houses of Parliament, and in turn resulted in a rift between the Queen and her husband.

    It didn’t appear on an official document until 1973, but the complicated story behind the name dates all the way back to 1952.

    Before marrying The Queen and becoming the Duke of Edinburgh, Philip’s official title was Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg.

    Due to his name not considered to be neutral enough, he adopted the name Mountbatten after his grandparents.

    However, when the then Princess Elizabeth had their first child, Prince Charles, in 1948, assumed due to tradition that their little one would take his name.

    And when Elizabeth went on to become Queen in 1952, she had to confirm the official surname of the Royal Family was to be Windsor, instead of changing it to Mountbatten.

    It is said to have caused such an issue that the matter was even discussed in Parliament.

    At the time, Philip reportedly said: “I am nothing but a bloody amoeba. I am the only man in the country not allowed to give his name to his own children.”

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