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According to Hello! the couple were seen driving in the UK earlier today, with Harry in the drivers’ seat, as the pair come back for a whistlestop tour of charities close to their hearts.
Their trip around the UK will start in Manchester for the One Young Summit on Monday, before zipping over to Germany for the launch of the Invictus Games Dusseldorf 2023, and then back to Britain for the Wellchild Awards in London.
The visit comes shortly after Meghan’s in-depth interview with US magazine The Cut, in which she hinted that she never signed a non-disclosure agreement with the Firm and took fresh swipes at her husband’s family.
Despite staying just a 15-minute walk from brother Prince William after his recent house move, Harry reportedly has no plans to see him – despite the Cambridges being home all week as they see their children head off to a brand new school.
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KATE MIDDLETON and Prince William have been honoured at Legoland with a new Lego display to celebrate their new home in Windsor.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are thought to have already moved from London to Adelaide Cottage on the Windsor estate, the current residence of the Queen.
Legoland has revealed it took model makers over 19 hours to create their new royal display.
Legoland Windsor has unveiled a new Lego display called “Royal Removal Company” to celebrate the Cambridge’s move to Windsor.
PRINCE HARRY is set to appear for a press conference on the Invictus Games during his whirlwind trip to the UK with Meghan.
However, the royal will not take any questions from the media, a news report has claimed.
The 37-year-old and his wife Meghan Markle have landed back in the UK after reportedly “flying commercial” from the US.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have returned for their first visit since the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and shunned the use of a private jet, Hello! reported.
According to reports, Harry is due to attend a press conference to launch the Invictus Games, his sports tournament for sick and wounded veterans.
THE QUEEN has “no choice” but to strip Meghan Markle and Prince Harry of their royal titles, claimed a royal expert on GB news.
According to various news reports, the Monarch is being pressured to remove their titles, after Meghan’s recent interview to The Cut magazine.
In her wide-ranging interview with The Cut, running to more than 6,000 words, Meghan said that “just by existing” she and Harry were “upsetting the dynamic of the hierarchy” before they stepped down as senior working royals.
She also she said it takes “a lot of effort” to forgive and hinted that she can “say anything” after not signing any confidentiality agreements with the royals.
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Meghan Markle was said to have been “distraught” after online comments called her “miserable” despite reportedly being told not to smile at photographers.
The Duchess of Sussex found herself the centre of attention when she began dating Prince Harry in 2016.
And as photographers desperately attempted to snap the future Duchess, Meghan was said to have been left upset following an incident involving a gift from the Prince.
Meghan was gifted a 14-carat gold chain by Maya Brenne, which featured M and H charms, and was believed to cost $300.
The piece is said to have caused a royal row and resulted in an uncomfortable phone call as she was reportedly advised not to wear the piece.
The Queen has been forced to miss yet another prestigious event in her royal calendar – sparking fresh fears about her health.
Prince Charles has once again stood in for the Queen, his mother, this afternoon as she failed to make an appearance at the Highland Games in Scotland.
This is the first time the 96-year-old monarch has missed the event in her 70 year reign. It comes amid ongoing mobility issues which has seen the Queen using a walking stick and pulling out of important events.
It has been reported that those close to Her Majesty have been forced to be increasingly mindful of her needs and are having to tailor her diary to ensure she is able to fulfil her duties.Princess Anne’s ex-husband Captain Mark Phillips appears to have found new love in the arms of a woman reportedly in her 40s.
The two were snapped together as he supported his daughter Zara Tindall, 41, at a horsing event.
The Queen’s granddaughter, Zara, was cheered by her father, 74, along with the woman he is thought to be “inseparable” from – Belgian equestrian Florence Standaert, rumoured to be almost the same age as Zara.
Zara was taking part in the Land Rover Burghley Horse trials in Lincolnshire when her father’s possible new partner was spotted. A source at the event told the Daily Mail: “She’s his new girlfriend”.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could end up “frozen out” of the Royal Family if they are “actively threatening to reveal further secrets”, a royal source has claimed.
An anonymous source claiming to be a friend of the Prince of Wales said: “Charles adores Harry, and would like nothing better than to get the relationship sorted.
“But a meeting next week is unlikely.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are scheduled to make an appearance back in the UK on Monday.
A spokesperson said they were returning to the UK from their new home in America to support charities “close to their hearts”.
The source added: “Everything was already on hold until they saw what was in Harry’s book, but if Meghan is actively threatening to reveal further secrets, and telling interviewers, ‘I haven’t signed anything, I can say anything I want,’ then it’s not surprising they are being frozen out.”
This comes in the wake of Meghan’s extended interview with New York Magazine’s The Cut, and as anticipation builds over Harry’s memoirs, likely to be released later this year.
Despite staying just half a mile apart from each other, there are “no plans” for estranged Harry and Meghan to meet up with Prince William and Kate when they visit the country next week, according to sources.
They will reportedly be using their home in Windsor, Frogmore Cottage, as a base during the tour – just a 15 minute walk from the Cambridge’s new home in Adelaide Cottage.
However, relations between the two brothers are reportedly so bad that sources told the Daily Mail there are “no plans” for the two to meet during the tour.
Both homes are on the Queen’s estate in Berkshire, and take just a five minute drive to travel between.
In an in-depth interview with US magazine The Cut this week, Meghan, 41, stated she had signed no confidentiality agreements with the Royal Family, indicating there could be more revelations to come about her relationship with them.
READ MOREMeghan Markle and Prince Harry reportedly landed in the UK this morning, September 3, after making a trip to the UK on a “commercial flight.”
The Royal couple who are now living in the US had confirmed a visit to the United Kingdom was on the cards this month.
A spokesman previously said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would be returning temporarily to see “several charities close to their hearts.”
According to Hello! the couple were seen driving earlier today, with a picture of Prince Harry in the drivers’ seat. It is not known how long their visit will last.
At present, it’s not confirmed whether or not the Royals have brought their children Archie and Lili on the working trip, which is the first time they have returned back to the UK since the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations in June.
The Royal Family has been warned Princess Diana’s legacy should be maintained to ensure a good relationship between the royals and the British public.
The Royal Family has weathered scandals for years, with the public image of some of its members experiencing considerable ups and downs over the past decade.
With public perception pivotal for the maintenance of support for the monarchy, expert Patrick Jephson suggested a move away from the recent PR strategy adopted by royals to return to Princess Diana’s approach would best serve the Royal Family.
The Princess of Wales’s former personal secretary warned royals are now relying too much on “political-style” management of their image instead of being more spontaneous and relatable.
A breakthrough has been made by a historian researching Anne Boleyn as new evidence has given an “inside” look at the former Queen’s female inner circle.
Anne Boleyn was Queen of England for just three years and three months until her execution in 1536. The second wife of King Henry VIII was beheaded by a French swordsman at the Tower of London after being found guilty of treason.
During her life, up to the moment she died, Anne was served by more than 30 different women. These ladies in waiting and maids of honour had greater access to Anne than almost anyone else.
But their identities, personal lives and relationships with the former Queen have long remained a mystery.
However, a Tudor expert has now compiled a list of the women during pioneering new research.
Sylvia Barbara Soberton spoke to Express.co.uk about this new “inside” look at Anne’s inner circle.
READ MOREPrince Charles has stood in for the Queen at the Highland Games this afternoon.
The Prince of Wales was spotted with wife Camilla at the competition while the Queen stayed put at her estate in Balmoral.
Competition goers had hoped Her Majesty would make an appearance at the games, with the event normally being a highlight in her royal calendar.
The Duchess of Cambridge greeted photographers as she popped out for a drive during her and Prince William’s recent move to Adelaide Cottage.
The new pictures were snapped of Kate on her first day in the family’s new home in Windsor.
The Cambridges, both 40, reportedly “travelled light” to the new estate at Adelaide Cottage, spending little on any refurbishments or new furniture.
According to the Sun, the family asked only for a fresh “lick of paint” at the new residence.
Beloved cocker spaniel Orla has also moved with the family.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have requested a “lick of paint” for their new home as the family move into Adelaide Cottage.
It is believed the Duke and Duchess made the move from Kensington Palace to Berkshire, on the grounds of the Queen’s Windsor estate, this weekend.
Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, described the touch-ups to be made to the Windsor cottage for the Cambridge family as “no-frills, by royal standards”.
The renovations are likely to be along the lines of a “lick of paint”, the Sun reported.
Ms Seward added: “This will be the first weekend Kate and William have spent at Adelaide Cottage as a family.
“It’s a lovely moment for them all.”
Read the full story hereMeghan Markle and Prince Harry should lose their royal titles, a poll of Express.co.uk readers has revealed.
This comes in the wake of Meghan’s new interview with New York Magazine’s The Cut, the Duchess’s new podcast and Prince Harry’s upcoming memoirs.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have penned a foreword for a new children’s spy book created by GCHQ.
William and Kate wrote in the foreword: “We are delighted that the brilliant minds at GCHQ have been busy working on a third puzzle book, and that this edition is designed for younger readers.
“Hopefully this might mean we find them easier to solve…!”
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Dr Bob Morris told Express.co.uk, however, that the Queen’s age could make it more likely that a regency is triggered.
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Meghan’s interview with New York Magazine’s The Cut has shone a spotlight on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s future with the Royal Family, a royal commentator has claimed.
Richard Fitzwilliams told Express.co.uk: “After the interview in The Cut, which has been so widely mocked but which is nonetheless clearly intended to be somewhat threatening to the Royal Family, the focus is on what the Sussexes actually want both from the Royal Family and for their future.”
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Author and historian Dr Tessa Dunlop has claimed the prince is “struggling” as Meghan takes on more work, including her new Spotify project, Archetypes, and her interview with The Cut.
Speaking to Palace Confidential, Dr Dunlop said: “I think Harry’s struggling with it.
“Poor old Harry. Who is front of The Cut? It’s Meghan. Who is hosting the podcast? It’s Meghan.
“Where’s Harry? I feel sorry for Harry. He’s like the in-between guy.
“Meghan is off there in the fast lane.”
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to touch down on UK soil this weekend, as the couple make their first trip back to London since the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June.
Meghan and Harry will be in Manchester on Monday for the One Young World summit, before heading to Dusseldorf to mark one year until the next Invictus Games.
They will then return to the UK for the WellChild Awards in London.
It is not known whether they will meet with members of the Royal Family or the Queen during their visit.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have praised the work of advocate groups that pushed for a new California law on online safety for under-18s.
The new California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act was passed by state lawmakers earlier this week, and will put stricter regulation on social media companies, among increasing other online restrictions.
A message posted from the couple on their Archewell website said: “We congratulate the incredible young people across California and the country who believe the same and took it upon themselves to ask the tech industry to better protect kids in the design of social media platforms.”
They added: “As parents of two young children in California, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex extend their deep gratitude to these young advocates, their supporters, and all the leaders who listened to them and acted.”
The couple have two children, Archie, three, and one-year-old Lilibet.
Read the full story hereThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are fighting a “war for attention and legitimacy” against the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, an expert has told Express.co.uk.
Brand and reputation management expert Eric Schiffer said “there is a war for the hearts and minds of young people” being fought between the two royal couples.
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This comes as the Queen, 96, is to miss the Braemar Gathering in the Highlands on Saturday, despite being a regular attendee.
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Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s close relationship with their maternal grandparents could be strengthened after their recent move to Windsor.
The Duke and Duchess relocated from London’s Kensington Palace to Adelaide Cottage with their three children last month.
But while also being closer to the Queen, the young royals will be a quicker drive away from Michael and Carole Middleton.
Kate’s parents live in Berkshire.
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