May 21, 2024

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Royal News – Live: King Charles “offered Harry to stay at the royal residence,” but the prince “rejected the offer.”

Royal News – Live: King Charles “offered Harry to stay at the royal residence,” but the prince “rejected the offer.”
The King is hosting a garden party with senior royals while Prince Harry misses the reunion

King Charles reportedly agreed to Harry’s request to stay at a royal residence during his trip to the UK last week, but the prince decided to stay in a hotel instead.

Charles’ friends also poured cold water on suggestions that the king had not found time to meet his son during his short stay.

“It’s all very sad,” a friend said. Sunday times. “Although the King is understandably nervous about meeting Harry, given the publicity circus that seems to surround all these visits, he has of course agreed to see his son at the most vulnerable moments of his illness.” [in February]And in a very short time.

“While he was barely rolling out the red carpet the moment this Invictus Journey was announced, with doctors advising him to focus on his treatment and recovery, the thought of him refusing to find space in his diary…well, let’s just say memories might be different again.”

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Camilla grants the first round of royal warrants to companies including Fortnum & Mason

Buckingham Palace has announced that Fortnum & Mason, the luxury department store, is among the first establishments to receive a Royal Warrant from the Queen.

Camilla appointed seven holders of Royal Warrants who were also decorated by the King.

They include the Cornwall-based sparkling wine producer and Shane Connolly, the florist for the couple’s 2005 wedding and coronation at Westminster Abbey.

Queen Camilla (Justin Tallis/PA) (PA wire)

Matt MathersMay 12, 2024 at 12:30

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Harry and Meghan were welcomed with traditional dancing upon their arrival in Lagos

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrived in Lagos on the final day of their tour of Nigeria.

The Sussex couple were welcomed with a traditional dance as they got off the plane.

The couple watched the show from the red carpet and were seen applauding.

Prince Harry arrives in Lagos ( /Instagram)
Locals perform a traditional Sussex dance ( /Instagram)
Harry and Meghan watch the dance ( /Instagram)

Matt MathersMay 12, 2024 at 11:57

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WATCH: Meghan reveals ‘exciting’ family discovery as she encourages women to empower each other

Meghan makes ‘exciting’ family discovery during Nigerian speech

The Duchess of Sussex has spoken candidly about discovering she is partly Nigerian through a genealogy test. Meghan met with women in the West African country on Saturday (May 11) and acknowledged Nigeria as “my country” during a speech. She said: “When I did my genealogy and found out about my heritage, the first thing I did was call my mum because I wanted to know if she had any awareness of it, and I think she’s African American and part of it is really not knowing a lot about your lineage and your background and where you come from in particular. Definition and it was exciting for both of us to find out more and understand what it really means.

Matt MathersMay 12, 2024 at 10:59

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Matt MathersMay 12, 2024 at 10:08

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The Sussexes visit a charity working with the Invictus Games

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited a charity working with the Invictus Games.

The Sussexes attended a Nigeria Unconquered event on Saturday – the second day of their three-day trip to Africa.

The Duke also attended an event at the Armed Forces Complex in Abuja.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex visit Nigeria Unconquered, a charitable organization working in collaboration with the Invictus Games Foundation (Getty Images for The Archewell F)
Harry poses for a photo with Nigeria’s Chief of General Staff, General Christopher Gwaben Musa (second from left) and other participants while attending the program held at the Armed Forces Complex in Abuja, Nigeria on May 11, 2024. (Photo by Emmanuel Osudi/Anadolu via Getty Images) (Anatolia via Getty Images)

Matt MathersMay 12, 2024 at 08:55

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Harry tries to shed his royal skin, but he is a man who cannot escape his past

The sight of Harry flying but unable to see his father will sadden many. But embarking on a “little royal tour” of Nigeria won’t help mend family rifts that look the same as they always have, he says Tessa Dunlop.

Read Tessa’s full article here:

Matt MathersMay 12, 2024 at 08:35

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A friend says King is still “anxious” about meeting Harry

King Charles is still “anxious” about meeting Prince Harry following his son’s exit from the royal family and the “media circus” surrounding the visits, a friend has said.

The friend also dismissed the idea that the king was unable to find time to see Harry on his short trip to the UK last week.

“It’s very sad,” said Charles’ friend. Sunday times. “Although the King is understandably nervous about meeting Harry, given the publicity circus that seems to surround all these visits, he has of course agreed to see his son at the most vulnerable moments of his illness.” [in February]And in a very short time.

King Charles and Prince Harry (AFP/Getty)

Matt MathersMay 12, 2024 at 08:15

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King agreed for Harry to stay at the royal residence for a trip last week

The King has reportedly agreed to a request from Prince Harry to stay at royal residence during his trip to the UK last week.

Charles agreed because he was aware that his son no longer had official residency in the United Kingdom, Sunday times mentioned.

But Harry decided to stay in a hotel during his three-day visit, the newspaper reported.

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Matt MathersMay 12, 2024 at 08:00

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Meghan speaks candidly about ‘cute kids’ Archie and Lilibet at a women’s event in Nigeria

Meghan Markle spoke about her “super cute kids” Archie and Lilibet during a talk at a women’s leadership event in Nigeria.

The Duchess of Sussex said: “I love being a mother” and fulfilled her dreams of becoming one.

She was speaking at a Women in Leadership event that she co-hosted with Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Director-General of the World Trade Organization.

During the panel discussion, Ms. Markle also said that the “balance” in her life has changed over the years and looks different than it did ten years ago before she married and had Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

“What I think this means now is that this balance will always shift for you,” she said. “This balance, which seemed balanced ten years ago, will change.”

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, left, walks alongside Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, right, director-general of the World Trade Organization, during an event in Abuja, Nigeria, Saturday. (AP)

Matt MathersMay 12, 2024 at 07:45

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

Prince Harry spoke poignantly about mental health as he visited a school in Nigeria on Friday – telling students there was “no shame” in having a bad day.

The Duke of Sussex, 39, has spoken openly about the bereavements he has suffered in his life, telling young people it is okay to acknowledge difficult feelings.

Matt MathersMay 12, 2024 at 07:30