Queen Elizabeth news: Angry Prince William 'treading on Harry's toes' as tensions hit 'boiling point' ahead of UK visit | The Sun

PRINCE William is "treading on Harry's toes" by visiting New York – with tensions between the pair reaching boiling point, an expert says

The Duke of Cambridge is taking his 2021 Earthshot Prize winners to a major summit in New York City – just weeks after Prince Harry gave a speech at the UN headquarters earlier in July.]

But Royal watchers believe Prince William's own climate summit in the Big Apple will annoy Harry and "inflame family tensions".

Writing for News.au, Daniela Elsa said: “That William is now undertaking a New York climate event of his very own, and with all the opportunities to flaunt his statesman credentials, may well only inflame family tensions further."

"Whether entirely coincidental or not, this all feels like William not so much treading on his younger brother's toes but enthusiastically clog dancing over Harry's bare feet.”

The Royal Family is set to endure a media storm in the latter part of this year, with Prince Harry’s memoir expected before Christmas and his visit to the UK next month.

She said: "Between the Sussexes descending on London, William launching himself on the US market and the mystery of Harry’s book all nearly simultaneously bubbling away, are things about to reach boiling point?"

Wills, 40, set up the Earthshot scheme last year, paying out £50million to projects around the world that find ways to save the planet.

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    Netflix to play key role in Harry and Meghan’s upcoming UK visit, expert claims

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to return to the UK this September, and a royal expert thinks Netflix will be joining them.

    The couple is in the process of producing a docuseries for the streaming giant, following the signing of a £100million deal.

    Royal expert Natalie Oliver told Honey9: “It’s highly likely the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will bring a production crew with them to Germany and England in the coming weeks.

    “After all, for this visit, they have no restrictions imposed by the Royal Family about what they can and cannot film.

    “Netflix cameras were reportedly banned from covering Prince Harry and Meghan’s visit during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in June.

    “Crews were not given official accreditation for the four-day weekend and warned they would be ‘moved on’ if spotted near the royal events.”

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    Prince Charles slams his portrayal in The Crown

    Netflix’s The Crown has been a hit since its launch, capturing the drama and intrigue of the Royal Family.

    But Prince Charles is reportedly unhappy with how the show portrays him.

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    According to the Daily Mail, Sarwar shared that Prince Charles said: “Hello, nice to meet you all. I’m nowhere near how they portray me on Netflix.”

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    Her Majesty’s most hilarious moments, according to a former royal footman 2/2

    Her Majesty is famed for her sense of humour, and now a former royal footman has outlined his most hysterical moments with the monarch.

    Steven Kaye told Slingo: “One funny thing was that if the Queen went out on a visit, when she got back, she’d get out of the car and one of our jobs as footmen was to take the blanket off of her legs and roll it up and put it in the garden entrance.

    “All the members of the Royal household would be waiting around for the Queen as she stood chatting about the experience she’s just had and as she turns away to go up into the palace, everyone then bows and curtsies.

    “But, sometimes she’d change her mind and turn back to have another conversation and everyone is bowing and then having to wait to bow again. It was quite funny, I think she used to do it deliberately.”

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    Her Majesty’s most hilarious moments, according to a former royal footman 1/2

    Her Majesty is famed for her sense of humour, and now a former royal footman has outlined his most hysterical moments with the monarch.

    Steven Kaye told Slingo: “She does have a great sense of humour and she’d show it especially when she and the Duke were together. There was one time when somebody had given the Queen a cheese as a gift at Sandringham.

    “Most of the gifts like that get sent away to either hospitals or children’s homes and so on, but she chose to keep this particular cheese. The head chef had checked it was all OK to eat and it went on the table, but it was the smelliest cheese – I don’t think I’ve ever smelt anything like it in my life. It was horrendous, you could smell it as soon as you walked into the room. 

    “The Duke had this grinder in his hands and was grinding this cheese, he was sitting at one end of the table and the Queen at the other and he shouted over to the Queen, ‘Lilibet, smell your fingers.’

    “She just looked over at him and cried ‘Oh Philip’. Myself and the other footmen all looked at each other like did he actually just say that? It was really quite funny.”

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    The Sussexes welcome an adorable new family member

    Royal expert and friend of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex Omid Scobie, has revealed the couple has welcomed a new family member.

    Mamma Mia the beagle was one of 4,000 dogs rescued from a breeding facility by California authorities.

    Now, the adorable 7-year-old will be living a life fit for royalty, as she joins the Sussexes in their California mansion.

    Meghan Markle first reached out to Shannon Keith, an animal rights attorney who runs the Beagle Freedom Project, but the activist had no idea who was calling!

    “The Duchess called me personally. She calls on my cell with no Caller ID and says, ‘Hey Shannon, this is Meghan.’” 

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    “After all, for this visit, they have no restrictions imposed by the Royal Family about what they can and cannot film.

    “Netflix cameras were reportedly banned from covering Prince Harry and Meghan’s visit during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in June.

    “Crews were not given official accreditation for the four-day weekend and warned they would be ‘moved on’ if spotted near the royal events.”

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    Fans notice Meghan Markle’s British accent in Archetypes podcast

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    By Fiona Connor.

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    He said one aide has since attempted to cast doubt on Meghan's version of events while another has claimed it's "unfair" of the mum-of-two to speak when the Royal Household cannot respond.

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    He donated it to the Martin House Children's hospice near Leeds, to raise money in a charity auction in May.

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    A unique piece of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer31s 1981 royal wedding cake is set for auction 23 after the seller bought it twice. Last August (2021) royalist Gerry Layton paid £2,170 GBP at auction for the large slab of decorative icing with marzipan base and crumbs of fruit cake attached. It was believed […]Credit: The Mega Agency
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    The strawberry jam, is made from the fruits grown in the Balmoral estate.

    He told his YouTube following: "The Queen was served jam pennies in the nursery as a little girl.

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    Credit: Jim Wileman
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    Twice he has made offensive jokes about the longest reigning monarch.

    In 2008 on Mock the Week, he joked that the Queen would say: "I'm so old that my p**** is haunted."

    Complaints reportedly called the (awful) joke "ageist" and "sexist".

    Later on in 2013, during BBC's Comic Relief broadcast, he cruelly said he wished the Queen had "died" after she had been admitted to hospital.

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    Prince Charles slams his portrayal in The Crown

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    But Prince Charles is reportedly unhappy with how the show portrays him.

    Scottish Labour leader Anas Sarwar, has revealed what Prince Charles said about The Crown when they met at a multi-faith ceremony in Edinburgh.

    According to the Daily Mail, Sarwar shared that Prince Charles said: “Hello, nice to meet you all. I’m nowhere near how they portray me on Netflix.”

  • Henry Moore

    Her Majesty's life in pictures

    The Queen has been a mainstay in the lives of Brits for over 90 years and thus is one of the most photographed people in history.

    Recently, the official Twitter account of the Royal Family took a look at some of the most iconic snaps of our monarch.

    From her teenage years in 1943 to more recent pictures, it is truly an inspiring collection.

  • Henry Moore

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    The young couple captivated the world as they put on the most stunning of royal weddings.

    The ceremony took place on April 29, 2011, and was declared a public holiday in the UK.

    Since William isn’t the first in line to the throne, the wedding was not a full state occasion, which meant many details of the big day were left down to the couple.

    The wedding was watched live by 36million people and was jam-packed with all the usual pomp and ceremony of a royal occasion.

  • Henry Moore

    How Kate Middleton could become the Princess of Wales

    Kate Middleton currently holds the title of the Duchess of Cambridge, but one day, the royal could have a different name.

    Kate will likely one day gain the title of Princess of Wales, just like her late mother-in-law Diana.

    For this to happen, Prince Charles would have to ascend the throne, leading William to be named the Prince of Wales.

    As a result, Kate would take on the role of Princess.

  • Henry Moore

    Stick with The Sun for the latest live Royal updates

    Check for new updates on the royal family and her Majesty the Queen here at The Sun.

    Royal fans are currently awaiting the release of Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir, and the couple’s Netflix documentary, while the Queen continues to come back stronger from her mobility issues.

    Stay tuned here for updates everyday!

  • Henry Moore

    Her Majesty’s most hilarious moments, according to a former royal footman 2/2

    Her Majesty is famed for her sense of humour, and now a former royal footman has outlined his most hysterical moments with the monarch.

    Steven Kaye told Slingo: “One funny thing was that if the Queen went out on a visit, when she got back, she’d get out of the car and one of our jobs as footmen was to take the blanket off of her legs and roll it up and put it in the garden entrance.

    "All the members of the Royal household would be waiting around for the Queen as she stood chatting about the experience she’s just had and as she turns away to go up into the palace, everyone then bows and curtsies.

    "But, sometimes she’d change her mind and turn back to have another conversation and everyone is bowing and then having to wait to bow again. It was quite funny, I think she used to do it deliberately.”

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