Meghan Markle news: Prince Harry & Meg 'on thin ice' as Charles 'won't tolerate' royals being trashed in Netflix series | The Sun

MEGHAN & Harry's docuseries is already causing controversy as sources claim the King "won't tolerate" attacks on the Royal Family.

Harry and Meghan earlier requested a delay to hit show The Crown so they could release their as-yet untitled documentary, putting them at loggerheads with Netflix chiefs, reports claim.

A source close to the Sussexes told Page Six how the Duke and Duchess want to redact some of the content, saying: "Harry and Meghan are quite aware that if they do or say anything that might be deemed insensitive towards Harry’s family, then they risk being cut off completely.

"There’s a sense among the family that they are already on thin ice and they need to step cautiously. Harry knows that his father can be quite ruthless if he has to be.

"Charles won’t tolerate the reputation of the Crown being tarnished by a member of his family."

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  • The Sun

    King Charles to let loose ‘ruthless side’ if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s docuseries damages Royal Family

    According to Vanity Fair’s royal editor, Katie Nicholl, King Charles may entirely withdraw Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal status if Netflix docuseries harms the royals.

    Speaking with GB news, she said: "I think that whole issue of titles is up for discussion."

    She added: "That trust, that respect has to be earned."

    Credit: Getty
  • The Sun

    Prince Harry criticises lack of mental health care received while acting royal

    Prince Harry said he never heard words ‘therapy’ or ‘coaching’ while an official royal.

    Many view this as yet another attack on the monarchy’s failure to look after its own.

    The comments were made while Harry was speaking at the Masters of Scale conference in his ambassador role for mental health coaching firm Betterup.

  • The Sun

    King Charles chooses childhood photo to pay tribute to his mother

    Royal fan reveals photo King Charles chose to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.

    Beautiful photograph to be used for thank you cards the King is sending in response to hundreds of thousands of condolence letters received following the Queen’s death.

    The picture shows young Charles with his mother, then Princess Elizabeth, leaning out of a Balmoral Castle window.

    The photograph was taken on 28 September 1952 by Lisa Sheridan, when Charles was three years old.

    The message on the card reads: "It was so very kind of you to send me such a wonderfully generous message following the death of my beloved mother. Your most thoughtful words are enormously comforting, and I cannot tell you how deeply they are appreciated at this time of immense sorrow."

  • The Sun

    Meghan Markle describes Queen Elizabeth’s death as ‘complicated time’

    Speaking with Variety, Meghan Markle said death of Queen Elizabeth II was “a complicated time” for her and Prince Harry.

    Meghan said: "I’m really grateful that I was able to be with my husband to support him, especially during that time."

    The Duchess of Sussex also said she is “proud to have had a nice warmth with the matriarch of the family.”

  • The Sun

    More on King Charles’ artwork auction

    King Charles painted the work in 2001. It is signed and dated in pencil.

    Speaking with CNN yesterday, Wilson suggested interest in royal artwork may be driven by prospect of it being first piece offered at auction created by a living monarch.

    "It has a new resonance in the nation and in the world," according to Hamish Wilson, senior valuer at Bonhams.

    “It’s a rare occurrence,” he added.

    Although initially only expected to fetch between £400 and £600, in relation to the remarkable interest in the work, when asked what it may go for now, Wilson replied: "How long is a piece of string? I wouldn't like to say."

  • The Sun

    Print of King Charles’ artwork receives huge interest

    King Charles’ Balmoral Castle print gets unprecedented attention before going on sale later today.

    Hamish Wilson, senior valuer at Bonhams, said: "In my time as an auctioneer I have never seen so many commission bids lodged prior to an auction."

    He added: “I think that speaks for itself.”

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  • The Sun

    Meghan Markle reveals Archie’s beloved TV shows

    Meghan Markle, in a video shared to Variety’s Instagram page, revealed Archie's favourite programmes, and admitted singing along to catchy theme tunes, just like the rest of us.

    The Duchess of Sussex, 41, said Archie is a fan of Octonauts and The Magic Schoolbus, among others.

    To get the full story, check out this link.

  • The Sun

    Judi Dench says The Crown plotlines ‘cruelly unjust’

    Dame Judy Dench, renowned for portraying royalty, claims The Crown is ‘cruelly unjust’ to Royal Family.

    Oscar winner Dame Judy also accused Netflix of ‘crude sensationalism’ over certain scenes.

    Having played Elizabeth I and Queen Victoria, Dame Judy, 87, stated the series risked damaging the monarchy by blurring lines between real life and drama.

    Click here to see more on this story.

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Prince Harry talks therapy and mental health

    The Duke of Sussex opened up about the importance of therapy and taking care of your mental health.

    He made a surprise appearance at San Francisco for the Masters of Scale summit.

    Dave Lee, Financial Times correspondent, revealed on Twitter that Prince Harry said: "I have a coach. I wish I had two."

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Whoopi Goldberg reacts to Meghan Markle's 'bimbo' podcast comments

    The Duchess said that she felt objectified when she starred on Deal or No Deal, but Whoopi found the comments problematic.

    Reacting to Meghan Markle's most recent episode of Archetypes, where she discusses Paris Hilton and the "bimbo" trope, Whoopi said it will make "other women feel bad".

    Speaking on The View, Whoopi said: "That's what you have to change because we're performers."

    "My point is, if you see it and that's how you feel, just maybe, you don't want to make the other women feel bad because maybe they're trying to make a living too," she went on to say.

    Whoopi Goldberg speaking on stage during the Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One – Peroni’s Taste of ItalyCredit: Getty Images – Getty
  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Queen's death a 'complicated' time, says Meghan Markle

    The Duchess of Sussex opened up about how the loss of the Monarch affected the Royal Family.

    In a new interview, she made the assertion that the Queen's death was "complicated", but Prince Harry remained optimistic.

    She told Variety magazine: “I’m really grateful that I was able to be with my husband to support him, especially during that time."

    Meghan continued: “It’s been a complicated time, but my husband, ever the optimist, said, ‘Now she’s reunited with her husband’."

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    'Nerdy American mon' Meghan Markle, in fresh interview

    In a new interview with Variety magazine, Meghan is revealed to be relatable as a "nerdy American mom" by the publication.

    The new bombshell interview was captioned: "Meghan, Duchess of Sussex- more widely known by her maiden name Meghan Markle – has been described as many things: determined, relatable, even Diana-like.

    "But spend a day with her, and you'll witness a side that the public hasn't seen: the nerdy American mom".

    Meghan revealed she plays "Wordle" before bed, or refreshes her knowledge of the French language with "Duo Lingo".

  • Catherine Micallef

    Camilla makes very subtle nod to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

    Camilla, 75, was photographed in the Morning Room at Clarence House surrounded by a number of Paddington Bear toys with one perched on her knee.

    King Charles’ wife posed up with the furry toys for the 64th anniversary of the publication of the very first Paddington bear book.

    But eagle-eyed fans looking past the iconic bears spotted that a beaming Camilla had a number of pictures of the late Queen and the royal family in the background.

    And one snap including Harry and Meghan seemed to be a nod to the royal couple.

  • Catherine Micallef

    Meghan wants more for her daughter

    On her latest Archetypes episode, Meghan talked about her experience on Deal or No Deal.

    The Duchess was accompanied by socialite Paris Hilton on her show for the latest episode.

    During the episode, she mentioned her daughter: “We were even given spray-tan vouchers each week because there was a very cookie cutter idea of precisely what we should look like. It was solely about our beauty,” she said.

    “I was surrounded by smart women on that stage with me, but that wasn’t the focus of why we were there and I would end up leaving with this pit in my stomach.

    “Like I said, I was thankful for the job but not for how it made me feel, which was not smart.”

    She went on to say she hopes her daughter, Lilibet, aspires “to be slightly higher.”

  • Catherine Micallef

    Daniel Craig received The Order of St Michael and St George

    Daniel Craig received the same honour held by his character James Bond, The Order of St Michael and St George.

    The 54-year-old was presented with the honour from Princess Royal, Anne.

    This symbolises the monarch's recognition of his contribution to film and theatre.

    In 2012, Daniel Craig and the late Queen worked together on a skit which saw James Bond escort Her Majesty to the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony in London.

  • Catherine Micallef

    Why did King Charles give Prince William a £1billion property portfolio?

    Once Charles became King, his son William not only earned the title of Prince of Wales, but he also earned a £1billion property portfolio.

    This is because he has now taken over the Duchy of Cornwall which is a private estate established by Edward III in 1337, as a means of providing independence to his son and heir.

    Royal regulations indicate that the eldest son of the reigning monarch inherits this duchy and the title of the Duke of Cornwall either at birth or when his parent takes the throne.

    The revenue from the estate goes to public, private and charitable activites of the Duke and his immediate family.

  • Catherine Micallef

    Who is Simon Dorante-Day?

    Simon Dorante-Day made headlines worldwide when he claimed that he is King Charles and Camilla's son.

    He filed papers to the High Court to try and force the royal couple to take a DNA test and stated that he will use legal aid to help his claims be taken seriously.

    The engineer gets his claims from what his adoptive grandparents Winifred and Ernest always told him.

    In October 2022, 7News.com.au claimed that Simon is ready to take his story to Netflix to have it heard globally.

    He said: “I’ve been inundated in recent weeks with many documentary filmmakers and filmmaking companies keen to share my story.

    “I didn’t expect this to happen – but I’m glad it is. I’m considering their offers.

    “Ultimately, I would like to see my story on Netflix, or a similar streaming platform, and will approach them about doing so. I am already speaking on one person, who I trust, and is happy to act on my behalf.

    “I’m taking my case through the proper legal channels, but I know that sharing my story and getting as many people aware of my claims as possible is going to be key to having Charles and Camilla address my claims.

    “I want a DNA test from both of them, as ordered through proper legal means.

    “If sharing my story on Netflix or to a greater TV audience will help do that, then I say let’s do it.”

  • Catherine Micallef

    Princess Anne is visiting Uganda

    Princess Royal Anne and her husband Sir Timothy Laurence will visit Uganda from October 25 to October 28.

    They will open the first bank in the Nakivale Refugee Settlement while also viewing the latest projects in the Kyangwali Refugee Settlement.

    During their visit, they will also be going to a school for the blind in Salaama.

    The couple will conclude their visit by going to the "Safe Way Right Way' HGV truck driver training programme where they will be shown a demonstration by female students.

  • Catherine Micallef

    Jane Moore comments on Harry not criticising The Crown

    In one of her latest articles on The Sun, Loose Women host Jane Moore asked why is Harry silent on The Crown's representation of his father.

    She wrote: "Whatever happens with the documentary that’s part of the Sussexes’ rumoured £83million deal with Netflix, Harry’s failure to criticise The Crown is illuminating.

    "To add insult to injury, Charles — now King — is reportedly painted as uncaring, devious and supposedly plotting behind his mother’s back with then PM John Major to force her into early abdication and take the throne himself.

    "What a shame that our King’s youngest son isn’t yet lining up to defend him, too."

  • Catherine Micallef

    A royal expert revealed that The Queen had a say on what Meghan wore on her wedding.

    Royal historian Robert Lacey wrote in his book, Battle of Brothers: William & Harry, that Her Late Majesty prohibited Meghan from wearing the Russian emerald headdress on the day of her wedding.

    He wrote: "Unconfirmed by the palace – but not denied – we were told that the Queen felt that she had to say 'no' to Meghan's first choice, a beautiful emerald headdress that was said 'to have come from Russia.'

    "This was code for a sensitive origin, meaning that the treasure was one of those that had found its way into Windsor hands through 'undefined,' not to say dodgy channels – and for an undisclosed price – in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution.

    "There was scandal attached. For this reason, the emerald tiara was seldom, if ever, put on public display."

    Lacey further alleged in the book that Prince Harry "flew into rage" over the decision.

  • Catherine Micallef

    No more acting for Meghan Markle

    In her interview with Variety, the Duchess of Sussex was asked whether she'll consider getting back into acting.

    She said: "No. I’m done. I guess never say never, but my intention is to absolutely not."

    However, she thinks that it'll be "great" if one day, one of her children, Archie and Lilibet, gets into the world of entertainment.

    She added: "When you become a parent, you genuinely want your kids to find the things that bring them complete joy. They’re our kids, obviously, and they’re part of a legacy and a tradition and a family that will have other expectations.

    "But I want them to be able to carve out their own path. If it’s the entertainment industry, great. And also, good luck. There are so many people that will talk about what opened the door for my children. But it still takes talent and a lot of grit.

    "We’re creating multidimensional, interesting, kind, creative people. That’s who our kids are."

  • Catherine Micallef

    Meghan's love for the Queen's legacy

    The Duchess of Sussex spoke out about her love and respect for Her Majesty's legacy.

    She told Variety: "There's been such an outpouring of love and support. I'm really grateful that I was able to be with my husband to support him, especially during that time.

    "What's so beautiful is to look at the legacy that his grandmother was able to leave on so many fronts. Certainly, in terms of female leadership, she is the most shining example of what that looks like.

    "I feel deep gratitude to have been able to spend time with her and get to know her. It's been a complicated time, but my husband, ever the optimist, said, 'Now she's reunited with her husband.'"

  • Catherine Micallef

    News from Netflix's The Crown Season 5

    The Crown confirmed that the 'Tampongate' phone call between Charles and Camilla will feature in Season 5, set to hit Netflix in November.

    Charles, then a young Prince Charles, was secretly recorded in 1989 having a conversation with Camilla, in which he told her he wanted to "live inside" her trousers.

    Dominic West, who is portraying the character of Charles, told Entertainment Weekly: "I remember thinking it was something so sordid and deeply, deeply embarrassing at the time.

    "Looking back on it, and having to play it, what you’re conscious of is that the blame was not with these two people, two lovers, who were having a private conversation.

    "What’s really clear now is how invasive and disgusting was the press’s attention to it, that they printed it out verbatim and you could call a number and listen to the actual tape.

    "I think it made me extremely sympathetic towards the two of them and what they’d gone through."

  • Catherine Micallef

    Meghan Markle sends secret message as she wears Iranian slogan T-shirt

    Meghan Markle was pictured wearing a T-shirt with the words: "Women. Life. Freedom." written on it in Iran's Farsi language.

    The slogan has been chanted in Iran since protests broke out after Mahsa Amini, 22, was beaten to death by police.

    Meghan praised this woman for the "courage and bravery" they have been showing in their country.

    The Duchess of Sussex was seen wearing the T-shirt with Mandana Dayani, 40, president of her charity Archewell and colleague Ashley Momtaheni.

  • Louis Allwood

    When will the Meghan and Harry Documentary air?

    The Duke and Duchess have reportedly signed a deal with Netflix to release a documentary detailing their lives.

    It’s thought the documentary will cover Meghan and Harry‘s lives in California and may touch on their visits to the UK.

    According to Deadline Netflix is pushing for the documentary to be released in December in the wake of the new season of The Crown coming out in November.

    The royal couple is reportedly requesting edits and changes, so it’s not clear if December will be the month.

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