Meghan Markle latest news – Prince Harry & Meg 'should be STRIPPED of titles' for attempt at politics demand Republicans

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry fans have posted repulsive messages about the Queens health following her Hospital stay.

A journalist shared a screenshot on Twitter of a message posted by a fan of the Duchess with the caption "There are some disgusting posts about the Queen from Harry and #Meghan fans."

The fan had tweeted saying "brb im shopping coffins for the queen-" followed by another tweet displaying pictures of coffins.

The sick messages come after the Queen spent the night in hospital for tests on Wednesday after cancelling official duties.

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  • Milica Cosic

    Explained: How old was the Queen when she was crowned?

    Elizabeth was just 25 years old when she became the Queen of England but she was 27 by the time of the coronation.

    She is now 93 years old and still completing royal duties, although Prince Charles was voted in as her successor as head of the Commonwealth on April 20.

    On September 9, 2015, she became the longest reigning British monarch, overtaking her great-great-grandmother Victoria.

    And on February 6, 2017, she became the first British monarch to celebrate a Sapphire Jubilee marking 65 years on the throne.

    The Queen is also the world’s oldest currently serving state leader.

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    Meghan 'should be stripped of Royal title'

    Meghan Markle has been criticised by a Republican congressman after she wrote an open letter to Democrat leaders in support of paid family and medical leave. 

    Missouri Representative Jason Smith told the Mail Online that the royal family should strip the Duchess of her title after she signed the letter "Meghan, Duchess of Sussex."

    "Ms. Markle's latest interference in U.S. politics reignites the question in my mind as to why the Royal Family does not simply strip her and Harry officially of their titles, particularly since she insists on sending this under the pretense of being the Duchess of Sussex," Smith told the publication.

    "While her attempts at appealing to working class families by recalling her days of eating at Sizzler were laughable, her comments make crystal clear that the passage of this massive tax-and-spend bill is aimed more at helping global elites get huge tax breaks than helping the working families she claims to have dined with," he added.

  • Joseph Gamp

    When are the Queen’s birthdays in 2021?

    Queen Elizabeth II was born on April 21, 1926, but her second birthday date changes every year.

    It is usually held on a Saturday in June, often the second weekend, for convenience.

    The “official” birthday is still celebrated by the Trooping the Colour procession.

    Her Majesty is joined by other members of the Royal Family at the parade, which moves between Buckingham Palace, The Mall and Horseguards’ Parade.

    She also makes a public appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Explained: How old was the Queen when she was crowned?

    Elizabeth was just 25 years old when she became the Queen of England but she was 27 by the time of the coronation.

    She is now 93 years old and still completing royal duties, although Prince Charles was voted in as her successor as head of the Commonwealth on April 20.

    On September 9, 2015, she became the longest reigning British monarch, overtaking her great-great-grandmother Victoria.

    And on February 6, 2017, she became the first British monarch to celebrate a Sapphire Jubilee marking 65 years on the throne.

    The Queen is also the world’s oldest currently serving state leader.

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    What's going on with Her Majesty's health?

    On Wednesday Her Majesty cancelled a two-day trip to Northern Ireland on doctors’ advice.

    Concerns were first raised when she started to use a walking stick on engagements at Westminster Abbey and the Welsh parliament this month.

    On Tuesday she was on her feet for more than an hour at a business summit at Windsor Castle.

    She has also decided to give up alcohol following the death of Prince Philip, 99, in April.

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    Royal concerns

    It was believed the Queen's medical team acted out of caution to have her admitted to King Edward VII hospital in Marylebone on Wednesday.

    And the overnight stay — her first in a hospital for eight years — was for practical reasons.

    Yesterday afternoon Her Maj, 95, was understood to be back at her desk at Windsor Castle.

    She was said to be reading her official government red boxes and is expected to recuperate for the rest of the week.

    The Palace said: “Following medical advice to rest for a few days, the Queen attended hospital on Wednesday afternoon for some preliminary investigations, returning to Windsor Castle at lunchtime today (Thursday) and remains in good spirits.”

    It was believed the Queen stayed the night in hospital as it was getting too late to take her on a 26-mile trip home.

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    'They did mislead the media'

    Following the concern for the Queen's health and the confusion at messages from the Palace, BBC correspondent Nicholas Witchell said: "We are told that she’s back at Windsor Castle, undertaking light duties.

    "Well, we must hope that we can place reliance on what the palace is telling us."

    And Royal expert and biographer Ingrid Seward added: "They did mislead the media.

    "I think they were trying to protect the Queen, because she would not have wanted a fuss, but it was misleading."

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    Palace insiders slam claims Queen hospital stay was 'covered up'

    ROYAL insiders have slammed claims that the Queen's hospital stay was "covered up", and say the public were "given the complete picture."

    Buckingham Palace has been accused of misleading the public about the Queen's health after The Sun revealed Her Majesty had spent a night in hospital.

    The Queen's two-day visit to Northern Ireland had to be cancelled at the last minute, while the palace communications team told journalists that Her Majesty was at Windsor Castle.

    But The Sun revealed on Thursday night – 24 hours after – that the Queen was in fact in a London hospital overnight, not Windsor.

    And now correspondents and journalists have slammed the palace for not giving the public the full picture of the Queen's health.

    Nicholas Witchell, the BBC's royal correspondent, insisted journalists – and the public – "weren’t given the complete picture."

    He added: "The problem, it seems to me, is that rumour and misinformation always thrive in the absence of proper, accurate and trustworthy information."

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    ‘Ultimate goal’

    Pals of the Duchess have previously claimed that she had confided in a friend that her ultimate goal was to become President.

    According to sources, she admitted the ambitious goal after beginning her relationship with Harry.

    In 2015, she reportedly told Piers Morgan: “As a kid, I wanted to be either the president or a news broadcaster like you”.

    Former editor of The Times, Sir Simon Jenkins has said: “Her friends and associates affirm that she is a political animal.

    “Such is her fame, she could perfectly well follow a route taken by a certain Ronald Reagan.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    Kate Middleton is Royal Family’s ‘last hope’

    Experts say Kate Middleton is the “last hope” against Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s stylish celebrity lifestyle.

    For the Palace Confidential podcast, journalist Charlotte Griffiths said: “I think it’s essential they turn up the glamour, because the ‘Fab Four’ never came to fruition.

    “I’m afraid, the Royal Family look quite bland compared to Meghan and Harry, they just have that star quality.

    “And Kate has got to ramp it up, because she’s got to bring the glamour. She is our last hope for glamour in the Royal Family now.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    Kate Middleton is Royal Family’s ‘last hope’

    Experts say Kate Middleton is the “last hope” against Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s stylish celebrity lifestyle.

    For the Palace Confidential podcast, journalist Charlotte Griffiths said: “I think it’s essential they turn up the glamour, because the ‘Fab Four’ never came to fruition.

    “I’m afraid, the Royal Family look quite bland compared to Meghan and Harry, they just have that star quality.

    “And Kate has got to ramp it up, because she’s got to bring the glamour. She is our last hope for glamour in the Royal Family now.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    Boris Johnson sends ‘very best wishes’ to Queen

    BORIS Johnson has sent his best wishes to the Queen as she continues to rest after her overnight stay in hospital.

    The PM said it was “characteristic” of the monarch’s work ethic that she was back at her desk within hours of being discharged.

    Speaking during a visit to a vaccine centre in London, he said: “I think everybody sends Her Majesty our very, very best wishes.

    “And certainly we have from the Government.

    “I’m given to understand that actually Her Majesty is characteristically back at her desk at Windsor as we speak.

    “But we send her every possible good wish.”

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    Questions raised over secrecy around Queen’s overnight hospital stay

    Royal watchers say Buckingham Palace ‘could have handled it differently’ after the news of the Queen’s overnight hospital stay was leaked.

    Dickie Arbiter, a former press secretary to the Queen said: “It could have been handled differently.

    “They could have made an announcement after she was back at Windsor Castle, saying, ‘The Queen has been to hospital for tests. She is now back at the castle. She is working. That is all we are saying. End of’.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    ‘Ultimate goal’

    Pals of the Duchess have previously claimed that she had confided in a friend that her ultimate goal was to become President.

    According to sources, she admitted the ambitious goal after beginning her relationship with Harry.

    In 2015, she reportedly told Piers Morgan: “As a kid, I wanted to be either the president or a news broadcaster like you”.

    Former editor of The Times, Sir Simon Jenkins has said: “Her friends and associates affirm that she is a political animal.

    “Such is her fame, she could perfectly well follow a route taken by a certain Ronald Reagan.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    Meghan Markle told to ‘stick to acting’

    Furious republicans have told Meghan Markle to “stick to acting” following her “politically motivated” letter to Congress.

    The Duchess of Sussex, 40, wrote a lengthy plea to two Democratic lawmakers in Washington DC on Thursday in which she advocated for paid family leave.

    But now incensed politicians have hit back at Megan for daring to “intervene” in US politics – even calling on the Queen to strip the royal of her titles.

    In a rant to the Mail Online, Republican Jason Smith, who represents Missouri, said: “Ms. Markle’s latest interference in U.S. politics reignites the question in my mind as to why the Royal Family does not simply strip her and Harry officially of their titles, particularly since she insists on sending this under the pretence of being the Duchess of Sussex.”

    Royal experts had previously called her letter, addressed to Democrats Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, a “first try” for the Duchess to move into politics.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Prince William’s unruly behaviour at school

    According to Robert Lacey’s royal biography Battle of Brothers, William was called ‘Basher Wills’ or ‘Billy the Basher’ by his classmates. 

    The royal biographer wrote: “Still not ten years old, William was already establishing the pattern of open disdain and aggression towards his father that would mark his early adult life – but more of that later.

    “The young prince had picked up his nicknames of ‘Basher Wills’ or ‘Billy the Basher’ when he joined Mrs Jane Mynors’ Nursery School in Notting Hill, not far from Kensington Palace, in September 1985. 

    “Noisy, cheeky and defiant of discipline, Wills soon angered his classmates by pushing his way to the front of the dinner queue and getting involved in playground fights.”

    Read more here.

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    Explained: Why was the Queen in hospital?

    THE Queen’s overnight stay in hospital for tests has focused attention on the health of the 95-year-old monarch.

    Her Majesty has generally been in good health throughout her 69-year reign and it appears the decision to keep her in hospital was made on practical grounds.

    The Queen had been due visit Northern Ireland on a two day trip but as The Sun revealed, she cancelled it on the advice of her doctors and was kept in hospital for test.

    She was kept her in because it was getting too late to take her on a 26-mile trip home, sources have said.

    Yesterday afternoon was understood to be back at her desk at Windsor Castle.

    The Queen quickly returned to Royal duties after the death of the Duke of Edinburgh in April, aged 99.

    She is known for her robust constitution this week was on her feet for more than an hour at a business summit at Windsor Castle.

    But she has cut down on her alcohol consumption since the death of her husband, ditching the Martini cocktail she was said to enjoy every evening.

    And as winter approaches she will cut back commitments as she struggles with getting about.

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    President Meg?

    MEGHAN Markle has taken her first steps at attempting to forage a political career a royal expert has claimed.

    The Duchess of Sussex, 40, wrote a letter to two Democratic lawmakers in Washington DC, making a plea for paid parental leave in the US.

    Royal experts have called her letter, addressed to Democrats Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, a “first try” for the Duchess to move into politics.

    Angela Levin, author of Harry: A Biography of a Prince, said: “Meghan’s first try for a political role perhaps.

    “She’s writing to Nancy Pelosi and Charles Schumer ‘on behalf of all families’ to get paid leave.

    “Good enough cause but what is her real motive and will hypocrisy rear its head again?”

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    Royal Family rallies round The Queen as she battles back

    THE Royal Family have rallied round The Queen to support her in a time of need as she battles back from a health scare.

    Prince Charles, 72, will be increasing the time he spends at Windsor Castle as she rests there under orders after spending a night in hospital — with other royals joining him in taking on her duties.

    Aides said her Majesty, 95, is in good spirits after preliminary investigations and will be guided by medical advice over whether to attend next month’s COP26 summit of world leaders.

    Read more here.

  • Milica Cosic

    Kate Middleton is Royal Family’s ‘last hope’

    Experts say Kate Middleton is the “last hope” against Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s stylish celebrity lifestyle.

    For the Palace Confidential podcast, journalist Charlotte Griffiths said: “I think it’s essential they turn up the glamour, because the ‘Fab Four’ never came to fruition.

    “I’m afraid, the Royal Family look quite bland compared to Meghan and Harry, they just have that star quality.

    “And Kate has got to ramp it up, because she’s got to bring the glamour. She is our last hope for glamour in the Royal Family now.”

  • Milica Cosic

    Questions raised over secrecy around Queen’s overnight hospital stay

    Royal watchers say Buckingham Palace ‘could have handled it differently’ after the news of the Queen’s overnight hospital stay was leaked.

    Dickie Arbiter, a former press secretary to the Queen said: “It could have been handled differently.

    “They could have made an announcement after she was back at Windsor Castle, saying, ‘The Queen has been to hospital for tests. She is now back at the castle. She is working. That is all we are saying. End of’.”

  • Milica Cosic

    Prince William’s unruly behaviour at school

    According to Robert Lacey’s royal biography Battle of Brothers, William was called ‘Basher Wills’ or ‘Billy the Basher’ by his classmates. 

    The royal biographer wrote: “Still not ten years old, William was already establishing the pattern of open disdain and aggression towards his father that would mark his early adult life – but more of that later.

    “The young prince had picked up his nicknames of ‘Basher Wills’ or ‘Billy the Basher’ when he joined Mrs Jane Mynors’ Nursery School in Notting Hill, not far from Kensington Palace, in September 1985. 

    “Noisy, cheeky and defiant of discipline, Wills soon angered his classmates by pushing his way to the front of the dinner queue and getting involved in playground fights.”

    Read more here.

  • Milica Cosic

    ‘Ultimate goal’

    Pals of the Duchess have previously claimed that she had confided in a friend that her ultimate goal was to become President.

    According to sources, she admitted the ambitious goal after beginning her relationship with Harry.

    In 2015, she reportedly told Piers Morgan: “As a kid, I wanted to be either the president or a news broadcaster like you”.

    Former editor of The Times, Sir Simon Jenkins has said: “Her friends and associates affirm that she is a political animal.

    “Such is her fame, she could perfectly well follow a route taken by a certain Ronald Reagan.”

  • Milica Cosic

    Meghan Markle told to ‘stick to acting’

    Furious republicans have told Meghan Markle to “stick to acting” following her “politically motivated” letter to Congress.

    The Duchess of Sussex, 40, wrote a lengthy plea to two Democratic lawmakers in Washington DC on Thursday in which she advocated for paid family leave.

    But now incensed politicians have hit back at Megan for daring to “intervene” in US politics – even calling on the Queen to strip the royal of her titles.

    In a rant to the Mail Online, Republican Jason Smith, who represents Missouri, said: “Ms. Markle’s latest interference in U.S. politics reignites the question in my mind as to why the Royal Family does not simply strip her and Harry officially of their titles, particularly since she insists on sending this under the pretence of being the Duchess of Sussex.”

    Royal experts had previously called her letter, addressed to Democrats Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, a “first try” for the Duchess to move into politics.

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    Kate & William show they ‘have perfect power balance’

    Kate Middleton and Prince William put on a rare display of public affection at the Earthshot Prize and were pictured cuddling up to one another and gazing into each other’s eyes.

    Speaking to Fabulous, body language expert Judi James said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showed they have the “perfect power balance” as they enjoyed their sweet moment. 

    Judi said: “This very gentle and affectionate PDA is an unusual gesture from the couple as it is something of a role-reversal, with Kate placing her arm around her husband’s waist rather than the other way round.

    “This says a lot about the power balance between the two, with Kate’s caring, protective and “supportive gesture showing high levels of confidence and a very even sense of status.

    “They are the first top tier royal couple to use emphatic displays of even status like this, with their natural mirroring and with PDAs performed by both of them.

    “Her gesture here is clearly endorsed and enjoyed by William, whose rounded cheek shape signals an authentic smile as they perform some intimate and affectionate-looking eye contact.”

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