Royal Family news – Prince Harry will be BROKEN when breaking Queen's heart finally hits home, Diana's butler claims

PRINCE Harry will be a "broken man" when he "realises what he's done" after his bombshell interviews, claims Diana's former butler.

The Duke of Sussex has repeatedly attacked Charles in the media over the past few months, including in two Oprah Winfrey interviews in which he effectively accused his father of bullying him and Prince William.

And speaking about how the Duke's actions have not yet hit home, Paul Burrell told Closer magazine: "Doing what he's doing is only going to cause him so much more pain. I don't recognise him now – he's almost become the centre of his own world.

"He's hurting his family and saying things that I think he'll regret."

"Meghan has encouraged him to get therapy and change his way of thinking – but I think he'll be left broken when this all stops and he realises what he's done," Diana's former butler added.

Harry and Meghan have also made claims of racism against the Royal Family and suggested that the institution of Monarchy itself is a trap from which they escaped but others remain stuck inside.

Read our Royal Family live blog below for the latest updates…

  • Hana Carter

    QUEEN IS LOOKING FOR NEW STAFF MEMBERS

    The Queen has gone on a recruitment drive as lockdown eases and among a string of job vacancies, she wants a pastry chef who's a dab hand with the flour and mixing bowl.

    Just a few weeks ago there were no vacancies listed on the Royal Household website.

    Today there are seven, including a Cyber Security Engineer, a Collections Project Manager, a Painter and Decorator, a Demi Chef de Partie (Pastry), an 'ordinary' Demi Chef de Partie, a Chef de Partie and a Hospitality Team Member, all based at Buckingham Palace.

    The pastry chef job offers a 'competitive' salary, with a 15% employer contribution pension scheme plus benefits to prepare apple pies, rhubarb crumbles and cake treats for Her Majesty and the family – including the Royal grandchildren.

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    ARCHIE IS MEGHAN'S DOUBLE SAY FANS

    In this grainy photograph, you can make out Archie's similarities to proud mum Meghan
    Fans have spotted a likeness between Archie (pictured) and his mum
    A photo of a grinning Meghan as a baby was shared online
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    HARRY ‘HELLBENT ON BLAMING EVERYONE ELSE’ SAYS ROYAL EXPERT

    PRINCE Harry is “hell-bent on blaming everyone else for his problems” – particularly father Charles, a royal expert has claimed.

    Robert Jobson, who was friends with Princess Diana and has written books on Philip and Charles, said the Duke of Sussex has behaved “shamefully” in recent weeks.

    And he warned there may be little chance of Charles and Harry ever reconciling over fears anything said will simply be repeated “for commercial gain”.

    In an episode of True Royalty’s The Royal Beat, Mr Jobson laid into the Duke for his comments.

    “I thought it was pathetic actually,” he said. “He was hell-bent on blaming everyone else for his problems and mainly his father.”

  • Hana Carter

    KATE LIKES IT SPICY SAYS PRINCE WILLIAM

    A grinning Prince William revealed that Kate Middleton likes it spicy as the couple discussed curry with a Sikh community group.

    The Duke of Cambridge said he prefers a more mild flavour as the pair helped the group in Edinburgh.

    The couple made chapatis and dished out portions of curry into containers.

    "I love curry, but but too spicy," the Prince said.

    Kate was asked if she made curries at home, and she said: "Yes, I love it."Advertisement

    The prince added: "She likes a bit of spice… I'm not too good with spice."

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    KATE MIDDLETON TAKING ON PRINCE PHILIP'S ROLE AS THE FAMILY'S 'GLUE'

    The Duchess of Cambridge is said to have taken on the late Prince Philip's role as the "glue" of the royal family, according to an expert.

    Katie Nicholl, Vanity Fair's royal editor, told 60 Minutes Australia that Kate is "trying to keep things together".

    “I think Kate is the glue. In the same way that the Duke of Edinburgh was always the one who would help resolve family issues," she said.

    “He was the patriarch of the family. I see Kate stepping into that role. Trying to keep things together.”

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    MEGHAN AND HARRY TO SPLIT FROM ROYALS COMPLETELY

    An insider has hinted that Meghan and Harry are planning to cut themselves off from the royal family all together.

    This comes after the couple have hinted that they must "break" themselves from The Firm.

    They told Mail Online: "She said she learned about generational trauma from her mum who started taking her to weekly services at Agapé International and credits its founder Michael Beckwith for teaching her about spirituality.

    "Meghan said both she and Harry come from a long lineage of pain and suffering, generations of genetic baggage and that it's now up to them to break the cycle once and for all."

  • Joseph Gamp

    ‘PALACE WON’T BE IN A HURRY TO STRIP HARRY & MEG’S TITLES’

    The Queen won’t rush to strip Meghan and Harry of their remaining titles as she knows they “love playing the victim”, a royal expert has said.

    Richard Eden told MailPlus’ Palace Confidential show: “When Harry and Meghan were told they could no longer use their HRH titles, it was made clear to them privately that stripping them of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex titles was something that could be done in the future, depending on what they did.

    “The Queen doesn’t want to look vindictive or petty, but also, there is an element that Harry and Meghan love being the victims,” he continued.

    “So if they were stripped of their titles, they would dine out on that for the rest of their lives. They would still have the titles of prince and princess. Meghan might actually prefer to be Princess Meghan. The Palace will want to tread very carefully. It’s not something they would do in a hurry.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    PRITI PATEL SLAMS BBC FOR DIANA INTERVIEW

    Priti Patel has slammed the BBC and refused to rule out criminal prosecutions over its 1995 interview with Princess Diana.

    The Home Secretary warned the corporation’s reputation has been damaged following Lord Dyson’s report into Martin Bashir’s “deceitful behaviour” to secure the interview.

    Ms Patel added that the mid-term review of the BBC would be a “very, very significant moment” for the corporation – where “lessons have to be learned”.

    She told Sky News’s Trevor Phillips: “If there is subsequent action that needs to be taken, then clearly – alongside the publication of this report and lessons being learned and changes, changes to the institution, structure, governance, accountability – then that will follow.”

    The Home Secretary added: “The BBC itself – one of our great institutions – its reputation has been compromised.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    BBC REFORM NEEDS TO CONTINUE ‘AT PACE’

    BBC director-general Tim Davie said reform needs to continue “at pace” at the corporation.

    He told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “I think there’s no doubt that reform needs to continue at pace.

    “I think there are balances. I mean, this was 25 years ago. I could list the fact that we have changed our governance system twice profoundly, governors, Trust, going through to the board we have now with non-exec directors.

    “We’ve had a number of new editorial guidelines going through the system. And I have say I’m very proud of the BBC today and how it operates.

    “But I think you have to reflect on this. It was very,

  • Joseph Gamp

    WHAT IS MEGHAN’S BIRTH PLAN FOR BABY NUMBER TWO?

    With Meghan’s due date rumoured to be just days away, what is her birth plan for baby number two?

    She was rumoured to be have wanted a home birth with her son Archie – but he was born at the Portland Hospital in London, where Sarah Ferguson gave birth to Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.

    Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie wrote she had decided to head to the hospital in her third trimester.

    Meg is rumoured to be considering a home birth again – with Page Six reporting a close friend thinks the couple’s Montecito mansion is the perfect setting to welcome her baby girl.

  • Joseph Gamp

    WILL MEGHAN & HARRY’S NEW BABY BE A US CITIZEN?

    After stepping down as senior royals last March, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex now live in a £11million mansion in Santa Barbara, California.

    Their daughter will be granted American citizenship under the Fourteenth Amendment if she is born on American soil.

    She will become eighth in line to the throne, after Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, Prince Harry and Archie.

    Meghan previously gave birth to Archie at London’s Portland Hospital in 2019.

    Despite being born in the UK, Archie is likely to be eligible for dual nationality, although the family’s immigration status has not been made public.very serious.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    DIANA WOULD WANT HARRY TO LIVE A ‘PRIVATE LIFE’

    Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell has claimed the Princess would have wanted Harry to “live a private life” and “stop airing his dirty laundry in public”.

    He told Closer: “Diana would be heartbroken it’s come to this.

    “Not only would she be devastated that Harry is cut off from his family, but she’d disapprove of him tearing down the royals.

    “She’d want him to stop airing his dirty laundry, and to live a quiet, private life, focused on his children.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    HARRY ‘HELLBENT ON BLAMING EVERYONE ELSE’ SAYS ROYAL EXPERT

    PRINCE Harry is “hell-bent on blaming everyone else for his problems” – particularly father Charles, a royal expert has claimed.

    Robert Jobson, who was friends with Princess Diana and has written books on Philip and Charles, said the Duke of Sussex has behaved “shamefully” in recent weeks.

    And he warned there may be little chance of Charles and Harry ever reconciling over fears anything said will simply be repeated “for commercial gain”.

    In an episode of True Royalty’s The Royal Beat, Mr Jobson laid into the Duke for his comments.

    “I thought it was pathetic actually,” he said. “He was hell-bent on blaming everyone else for his problems and mainly his father.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    QUEEN IS ‘DEEPLY UPSET’ BY HARRY’S CLAIMS – ‘PARTICULARLY THE COMMENTS ON CHARLES’ PARENTING’

    An unnamed source told the Mail on Sunday: “Harry’s grandmother has taken this very personally and is deeply upset by what Harry has said, in particular his comments about Charles’s parenting and suggesting his father knows no better because of how he was brought up.

    “It has been a very upsetting time.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    REPUBLIC APOLOGISES FOR MAKING FALSE CLAIMS ABOUT HARRY & MEGHAN’S ‘INAPPROPRIATE USE OF CHARITABLE FUNDS’

    The charity was investigated after Republic, which campaigns for an elected head of state, reported the Sussexes and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s foundations to the Commission for alleged “inappropriate use of charitable funds, conflicts of interest and lack of independence”.

    Republic has issued a lengthy apology on its website.

    It says that it “falsely claimed” the transfer of funds was improper and likely to be unlawful, and that it failed to contact the Royal Foundation or Sussex Royal before going to the Commission and the media.

    The pressure group said: “If we had contacted the organisations directly, we accept we would have realised quickly that there was nothing improper in their operations. The Charity Commission has now concluded its review and found that all activities of the charities were lawful and proper.

    “We apologise unreservedly to the charities and personally to the Duke of Sussex for our actions and the public damage that has been caused as a result of widely publicised untrue claims.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    CRITICISMS AFTER HARRY AND MEG SHUT DOWN FOUNDATION (CONTINUED…)

    The review said: “In this case we have found that the trustees complied with their duties under charity law, and the transfers of funds between different organisations were in keeping with the charities’ governing documents, with conflicts of interest being appropriately managed.

    “The MWX Foundation should, though, have done more to document its decisions, especially regarding the charity’s expenditure on legal and administrative costs.

    “We also note that a substantial proportion of funds went into setting up and then winding up a charity that was active for a relatively short period of time.

    “Trustees cannot predict future events when establishing a new charity – circumstances can change after a charity has been set up.

    “But all trustees, before setting up a charity, should think about the longer term, and consider carefully whether a new charity is the best way of achieving the intended aims. This helps ensure that set-up costs are offset by longer-term impact.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    MEGHAN MARKLE AND PRINCE HARRY CRITICISED AFTER USING £300,000 TO START SUSSEX ROYAL FOUNDATION BUT QUIT 12 MONTHS LATER

    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have been criticised for spending £300,000 to start their Sussex Royal foundation only to quit 12 months later.

    The organisation spent half the money on legal and admin fees setting it up and closing it down.

    A review into the couple’s charity revealed William and Kate’s Royal Foundation made two grants totalling nearly £290,000 to Harry and Meghan’s non-profit organisation Sussex Royal.

    Later, £145,000 of this was paid to Travalyst, a private company in which Harry owns 75 per cent of the shares.

    But after the review, the Charity Commission found that the transfer of funds to MWX – which was formerly Sussex Royal: The Foundation – was in line with the governing document of the Royal Foundation and allowed under charity law.

  • Joseph Gamp

    MEGHAN MARKLE ‘INTRODUCED PRINCE HARRY TO ‘ANCESTRAL HEALING”

    MEGHAN Markle reportedly introduced Prince Harry to “ancestral healing” which he claimed will help him “break the cycle of genetic pain”.

    The Duke, 36, claimed his dad Charles, 72, “suffered” due to his upbringing by the Queen and Philip, then “treated me the way he was treated”.

    A source close to Meghan told DailyMail.com: “Meghan is the one who introduced Harry to the term ancestral healing.

    “She said she learned about generational trauma from her mumm who started taking her to weekly services at Agapé International and credits its founder Michael Beckwith for teaching her about spirituality.

    “‘Meghan said both she and Harry come from a long lineage of pain and suffering, generations of genetic baggage and that it’s now up to them to break the cycle once and for all.”

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    ROYAL NEWS ROUND-UP

    • Meghan Markle & PRince Harry could pick £2,800-a-night Californian maternity suite for birth which Beyonce used, a pal has claimed.
    • And royal fans swooned over ‘fit’ Prince William’s rippling ‘guns’ as he gets his first Covid vaccine.
    • Plus palace aides ‘rolled their eyes’ over Meghan Markle’s ‘common’ baby shower in New York, Omid Scobie says.

    ARCHIE'S FACE APPEARS IN FRONT OF LENSE FOR FIRST TIME EVER

    Until now, royal fans haven't seen the young tot's face since he was a young baby, but the new clips shared by Harry last week offer a glimpse of what the two-year-old looks like now.

    Colour footage of Archie and his parents, Meghan and Harry, playing on the beach was shown in Harry Apple TV documentary series, which fans first saw in black and white during the couple's explosive Oprah Winfrey chat.

    While you can't see a close up of Archie's sweet face, the young boy is facing the camera as he runs along the sand, finally offering viewers a glimpse of his face.

    This comes just after Harry and Meghan released a new photo of Archie for his second birthday, however, fans were disappointed that he had his back turned to the camera while holding balloons.

    In the documentary, there's also a throwback shot of one-year-old Archie sitting on his mum's lap while isolating in their LA mansion, which was taken at the time of his first birthday last year. This also marks the last time Archie was properly shown on camera, with the toddler's face in every photo since then being hidden.

    MEGHAN BABY PHOTO RESURFACES (CONTINUED…)

    It's believed the young Meghan, now 36, was sitting on the lap of her half-sister Samantha Markle in the snap, with royal fans saying that the mum and son duo definitely look alike.

    The cute footage of Archie appeared in Prince Harry's new AppleTV+ documentary, The Me You Can't See, which aired last Friday – alongside a new coloured snap of the young tot where you can finally see his face.

    Pictures of Archie and baby Meghan both show each of them with curly brown hair, big dark eyes and super cute chubby cheeks as they both flash a cheeky grin.

    Many fans pointed out that they had the "same smile" while one agreed: "Yes very much like Meghan, handsome!"

    "I have always said that Archie looks like his mother from the 1st time we saw him at the photo call," one eagle-eyed royal fan wrote, adding: "He's a mini- Meghan with his curly and wavy hair."

    • Joseph Gamp

      ARCHIE DUBBED MEGHAN MARKLE’S ‘MINI ME’ BY THRILLED ROYAL FANS AFTER HER BABY PHOTO RESURFACES

      THRILLED fans have dubbed Archie Meghan Markle's 'mini me' after a childhood snap of her resurfaces online.

      Royal watcher Julieth was first to make the comparison after posting the photo of six-month-old Meghan on Twitter alongside recent footage of Archie, two, sitting on a swing in their $14million Montecito home.

      Read more here.

    • Joseph Gamp

      REPUBLIC APOLOGISES FOR MAKING FALSE CLAIMS ABOUT HARRY & MEGHAN'S 'INAPPROPRIATE USE OF CHARITABLE FUNDS'

      The charity was investigated after Republic, which campaigns for an elected head of state, reported the Sussexes and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's foundations to the Commission for alleged "inappropriate use of charitable funds, conflicts of interest and lack of independence".

      Republic has issued a lengthy apology on its website.

      It says that it "falsely claimed" the transfer of funds was improper and likely to be unlawful, and that it failed to contact the Royal Foundation or Sussex Royal before going to the Commission and the media.

      The pressure group said: "If we had contacted the organisations directly, we accept we would have realised quickly that there was nothing improper in their operations. The Charity Commission has now concluded its review and found that all activities of the charities were lawful and proper.

      "We apologise unreservedly to the charities and personally to the Duke of Sussex for our actions and the public damage that has been caused as a result of widely publicised untrue claims."

    • Joseph Gamp

      MEGHAN MARKLE ‘INTRODUCED PRINCE HARRY TO ‘ANCESTRAL HEALING”

      MEGHAN Markle reportedly introduced Prince Harry to “ancestral healing” which he claimed will help him “break the cycle of genetic pain”.

      The Duke, 36, claimed his dad Charles, 72, “suffered” due to his upbringing by the Queen and Philip, then “treated me the way he was treated”.

      A source close to Meghan told DailyMail.com: “Meghan is the one who introduced Harry to the term ancestral healing.

      “She said she learned about generational trauma from her mumm who started taking her to weekly services at Agapé International and credits its founder Michael Beckwith for teaching her about spirituality.

      “‘Meghan said both she and Harry come from a long lineage of pain and suffering, generations of genetic baggage and that it’s now up to them to break the cycle once and for all.”

      Read more here.

    • Joseph Gamp

      CRITICISMS AFTER HARRY AND MEG SHUT DOWN FOUNDATION (CONTINUED…)

      The review said: "In this case we have found that the trustees complied with their duties under charity law, and the transfers of funds between different organisations were in keeping with the charities' governing documents, with conflicts of interest being appropriately managed.

      "The MWX Foundation should, though, have done more to document its decisions, especially regarding the charity's expenditure on legal and administrative costs.

      "We also note that a substantial proportion of funds went into setting up and then winding up a charity that was active for a relatively short period of time.

      "Trustees cannot predict future events when establishing a new charity – circumstances can change after a charity has been set up.

      "But all trustees, before setting up a charity, should think about the longer term, and consider carefully whether a new charity is the best way of achieving the intended aims. This helps ensure that set-up costs are offset by longer-term impact."

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