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Royal family news: King Charles ‘wasn’t invited’ to see Prince Harry as war of words erupts

King hosts garden party with royals as Prince Harry misses reunion

Prince Harry did not ask to visit King Charles or invite him to the Invictus Games Foundation event when he flew to London, sources have claimed.

But the Duke of Sussex’s friends claimed he was stung when his father did not ask to see him but was able to attend a garden party at Buckingham Palace – despite his cancer treatment.

“It’s all very sad,” a friend of Charles said, according to The temperature. “While he wasn’t going to roll out the red carpet when this Invictus trip was announced, with doctors advising him to focus on his treatment and recovery, the idea that he refused to find space in his schedule… Well, let’s just say that memories can vary once again.

A friend of Harry’s replied: “Couldn’t Her Majesty have asked to see her son?” It was widely known that he would come.

The war of words took place on a weekend when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited Nigeria, where the two spoke at the mental health summit with the GEANCO Foundation, a local nonprofit, supported by the couple’s Archwell Foundation at Lightway Academy, Abuja.

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Prince Harry and King Charles in verbal war over whether royals offered to meet

Conflicting reports over whether King Charles offered to meet Prince Harry or vice versa last week have been attributed to a lack of coordination between the King’s and Harry’s public relations teams.

Royal historian Dr Judith Rowbotham told me: “There is no real connection between their (Sussex) public relations team and the King’s public relations team because that would be constitutionally inappropriate.

“If they acted together, you could create a situation where the king would ignore government restrictions.”

In 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex relinquished their frontline royal duties, meaning they are no longer “part of the state structure”, according to Dr Rowbotham.

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Peter Phillips goes on a new date weeks after splitting from his girlfriend

The Queen’s ‘favourite grandson’ was spotted on a new date just weeks after splitting from his partner of three years.

Peter Phillips, the nephew of King Charles, is now reportedly dating pediatric nurse and freelance writer Harriet Sperling.

The pair were spotted holding hands as they spent the weekend together at the Badminton Horse Trials.

The passionate couple watched the cross country from a sponsor’s tent on Saturday, before heading off with Mr Phillips’ two daughters, Savannah, 13, and Isla, 12.

They returned to the event on Sunday where Mr Phillips, 18th in line to the throne, was seen speaking to Camilla.

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Meghan speaks with Nigerian women about ‘coming home’ during visit to Abuja

The Duchess of Sussex has revealed she discovered she is part Nigerian through a genealogy test.

Meghan met women from the West African country on Saturday (May 11) and recognized Nigeria as “my country” during a speech.

She said: “When I did the genealogy and found out about my heritage, obviously the first thing I did was call my mother because I wanted to know if she was aware of it and I think that being African American and being a part of it’s really about not knowing much about your lineage, your background, where you come from specifically and it was exciting for both of us to find out more and understand what that really means.

Meghan speaks with Nigerian women about ‘coming home’ during visit to Abuja

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In pictures: Prince Harry and Meghan visit Lagos, Nigeria

On the third day of their Nigeria tour, Prince Harry and Meghan visited the African giants at Ilupeju High School.

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Meghan Markle gushes about Prince Harry during visit to Nigeria: ‘Do you see why I’m married to him?’

The Duchess of Sussex was more than happy to show off her husband, the Duke of Sussex.

Meghan and Harry will be in the country for three days to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games, founded by Harry in 2014.

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‘There’s no shame in having a bad day,’ Harry tells students during ‘official’ trip to Nigeria with Meghan

Prince Harry spoke movingly about mental health during his visit to a school in Nigeria on Friday – telling students there was “no shame” in having a bad day.

The Duke of Sussex, 39, spoke about the losses he has suffered during his life, telling young people that it is okay to acknowledge difficult feelings.

“There is no shame in recognizing that today is a bad day,” he said.

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Prince Harry shows off his basketball skills as Meghan looks on during visit to Nigeria

Prince Harry showed off his basketball skills in front of his wife Meghan on the third day of their trip to Nigeria.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Lagos on Sunday May 12 as part of their visit to promote the Invictus Games.

Dressed in a pale linen suit and sunglasses, Harry took part in a game of basketball, much to the delight of his wife, who cheered him on.

The prince celebrated his goal by congratulating his teammates.

Prince Harry shows off his basketball skills as Meghan looks on during visit to Nigeria

Maryam Zakir-HussainMay 13, 2024 08:37

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Duke of Edinburgh pays tribute on 100th anniversary of unveiling of Cavalry Memorial

The Duke of Edinburgh wore a bowler hat as he attended a parade and memorial service dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the unveiling of the Cavalry Memorial in Hyde Park.

In tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice, members of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth Cavalry and Yeomanry marched past the memorial to honor their fallen comrades during the First World War and subsequent wars.

Prince Edward, Honorary Royal Colonel of the Royal Dragoon Guards, met members of the Combined Cavalry before laying a wreath at the memorial.

Barney DavisMay 13, 2024 06:01

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How Harry and Charles were twenty minutes away – but remain miles apart

The distance between St Paul’s Cathedral, where Harry held a ceremony for the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games, and Buckingham Palace, where Charles held a spring garden party, is just over two miles – or around £14 in an Uber – and yet serviced. to highlight how far apart the two pairs still remain.

Barney DavisMay 13, 2024 05:00

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Prince William pays tribute to Steve Irwin in glitzy Vegas party

Prince William shared a special message about Irwin and his efforts to save the environment at the Steve Irwin Gala in Las Vegas on Saturday, May 11.

He said: “Tonight’s focus is on conservation and continuing Steve’s global mission to protect life on our planet.”

He spoke of Irwin’s hope for “the cleanest water, the purest air and abundant wildlife” and “a future for our children,” sharing that his own values ​​align on that.

“I am proud to join you virtually this evening to celebrate their work through Wildlife Warriors. Seeing the global impact of the charity, founded by Steve and Terri in 2002, brings hope for the future” , William continued.

“Never before has it been more important for each of us to make environmentally responsible choices that will ensure a healthy future for our planet.”

Barney DavisMay 13, 2024 04:01

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News Source : www.independent.co.uk

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