Meghan Markle presses play, brings back ‘Archetypes’ after mourning queen
Meghan Markle will resume her popular “Archetypes” podcast now that royal mourning for Queen Elizabeth II is officially over, People […] The post Meghan Markle presses play, brings back ‘Archetypes’ after mourning queen appeared first on TheGrio.news.yahoo.com
Meghan Markle, the ‘difficult' Duchess, complained about ‘not getting paid’ for royal tour, book claims
Royal insiders revealed that Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle showed negative behavior towards the staff, according the book "In Courtiers: the Hidden Power Behind the Crown" by Valentine Low.foxnews.com
Duke and Duchess of Sussex find ‘new role’ is to be left in the cold
When they “stepped back” as senior members of the Royal family in January 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex dreamed of a “progressive new role” within the monarchy that would see them “work to become financially independent, while continuing to fully support Her Majesty The Queen”.news.yahoo.com
Why hand-holding Prince Harry and Meghan are keen not to upset the hierarchy ahead of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral
Reunited with the royals publicly for the first time since she suggested her mere existence had "upset the hierarchy", the Duchess of Sussex paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II by wearing jewellery given to her by the late monarch.news.yahoo.com
‘Petulant princess’: How the world’s media reacted to Meghan’s extraordinary interview
The Duchess of Sussex’s interview has been received with incredulity in news publications around the world - with one calling her a “petulant princess” and others accusing of trying to monetise royal connections. She has also been accused of overshadowing the 25th anniversary of the death of her mother-in-law.news.yahoo.com
Meghan speaks about her efforts 'forgiving' royal family
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, says “just by existing,” she and her husband Prince Harry “upset the dynamic of the hierarchy” when they were in the U.K. The former actress made headlines in Britain on Tuesday with with an interview with U.S. magazine The Cut.
Duchess of Sussex claims she was 'made' to leave baby Archie after his room caught fire on Africa tour
The Duchess of Sussex has spoken for the first time of her trauma during her royal tour to South Africa, after a small fire broke out in her baby son's bedroom while she was on an engagement.news.yahoo.com
Prince Harry was 'staggered' after the Queen excluded him and Meghan Markle from family photos in her Christmas broadcast in 2019, a new book reports
In an excerpt of Tom Bower's royal book, "Revenge," the author writes of Prince Harry's alleged reaction to being left out of the Christmas broadcast.news.yahoo.com
UK publisher begins appeal over Meghan privacy lawsuit
A British newspaper publisher has begun its court appeal against a judge’s ruling that it invaded the privacy of the Duchess of Sussex by publishing parts of a letter she wrote to her estranged father, arguing that she knew the letter would potentially be published.
UK judge says newspaper can delay statement on Meghan case
A British newspaper doesnt have to run a front-page statement about the Duchess of Sussexs legal victory until it has had the chance to challenge the order, a judge ruled Monday March 22, 2021. (Simon Dawson/Pool via AP, File)LONDON – A British newspaper doesn’t have to run a front-page statement about the Duchess of Sussex’s legal victory until it has had the chance to challenge the order, a judge ruled Monday. Judge Mark Warby ruled in Meghan’s favor last month. He ordered the newspaper to publish a front-page statement highlighting the duchess’s legal victory, and said the statement should also run on the MailOnline website for a week. The judge said Monday that the statement could be put on hold while Associated Newspapers asked the Court of Appeal for permission to challenge his earlier rulings.
Thanks to Winfrey and royals, CBS morning show makes history
In this video grab issued Monday, March 8, 2021 by CBS This Morning, Oprah Winfrey discusses her interview with Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. For the first time on record, CBS' morning news show on Monday had a bigger audience than ABC's “Good Morning America” and NBC's “Today” show, the Nielsen company said. Nielsen records that date back to 1991 reveal that there had never been a single day that “CBS This Morning,” nor any of its predecessors, beat their two rivals. “CBS This Morning” had 4.79 million viewers on Monday, or more than 2 million more than the show gets on a typical day, Nielsen said. Although the precise Nielsen records go back to only 1991, there's a strong likelihood that CBS has never won, period.
World viewership of royals' interview nearly 50 million
It aired a night later in Britain, where ITV said it had 13.3 million viewers, a huge number for a smaller country. Powered by Winfrey and royals, CBS won the week with an average of 6 million viewers in prime time. ABC had 3.5 million, NBC had 3.2 million, Fox had 2.5 million, Univision had 1.3 million, Ion Television had 1.1 million and Telemundo had 1 million. MSNBC had 1.88 million, TNT had 1.41 million, CNN had 1.25 million and HGTV had 1.11 million. ABC's “World News Tonight” won the evening news ratings race with an average of 9.3 million viewers.
The Latest: UK talk show host quits show over Meghan remarks
“I wish all the members of the royal family all the best, but my focus is getting through this pandemic. After Oprah Winfrey’s explosive interview with Prince Harry and Meghan, some people said the racism that the couple alleged was was something they expected. Markle also said he has “great respect” for Britain’s royal family and he didn’t think they were racist. “When Meghan joined the royal family, every person of color in the U.K. was worried,” she said. Ad___LOS ANGELES — Prince Harry says he was “trapped” in the royal family before Meghan helped free him.
5 key points from Harry and Meghan's explosive TV interview
This image provided by Harpo Productions shows Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, left, speaking with Oprah Winfrey during an interview. "Oprah with Meghan and Harry: A CBS Primetime Special" airs March 7 as a two-hour exclusive primetime special on the CBS Television Network. But there’s a lot of hurt that’s happened and I will continue to make it one of my priorities to try and heal that relationship,” Harry said. But Meghan revealed she and Harry had already exchanged vows in private three days earlier in the presence of Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, head of the Anglican church. ___Read all AP stories on Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex at https://apnews.com/PrinceHarryAd___A previous version of this story corrected the year of the couple's wedding to 2018, not 2019.
The Latest: Estimated 17.1 million watched royals interview
All times Pacific Standard Time:9:15 p.m.Oprah Winfrey's explosive interview with Prince Harry and Meghan reached an estimated 17.1 million viewers in the United States on Sunday. In the interview, Meghan said she considered suicide, while Harry said he and his family were “trapped” in an oppressive institution. Ad___1:10 a.m.Tennis star Serena Williams says she's “proud” of Meghan Markle following her interview with Oprah Winfrey. “You are strong- both you and Harry.”Meghan revealed in the interview that she experienced suicidal thoughts after joining the royal family. But ultimately, all she’d ever want is for us to be happy.”___6:20 p.m.Meghan and Harry say their second child is a girl.
Meghan: talk with Oprah without royals' input 'liberating'
This image provided by Harpo Productions shows Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, left, in conversation with Oprah Winfrey. (Joe Pugliese/Harpo Productions via AP)LOS ANGELES – Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex has described to Oprah Winfrey how “liberating” it was to have a conversation - let alone a sit-down interview - with the television host without royal minders. “CBS This Morning” aired a clip on Friday of Winfrey speaking to Meghan about a conversation they had before the actor’s wedding to Prince Harry in May 2018. When Meghan was asked what was right about doing the interview now, she said it was because of the couple’s newfound freedom. “That we’re on the other side of a lot of, a lot of life experience that’s happened,” Meghan said.
Judge: Paper must run Page 1 statement on Meghan's legal win
FILE - In this Monday, March 9, 2020 file photo, Britain's Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex leaves after attending the annual Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in London. A British judge on Friday March 5, 2012, ordered the Mail on Sunday to publish a front-page statement highlighting the Duchess of Sussexs legal victory over the newspaper for breaching her copyright by publishing parts of a letter she wrote to her estranged father. The judge ruled last month that the publisher had misused the duchess’s private information and infringed her copyright. They recently bought a house in Santa Barbara, California, and are expecting a second child. They have recorded an interview with Oprah Winfrey that is due to be broadcast on Sunday.
Palace to investigate after Meghan accused of bullying staff
FILE - In this Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020 file photo, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex smiles during her visit with Prince Harry to Canada House, in London. Buckingham Palace said Wednesday, March 3, 2021 it was launching an investigation after a newspaper reported that a former aide had made a bullying allegation against the Duchess of Sussex. The Times of London reported allegations that the duchess drove out two personal assistants and left staff feeling humiliated. The bullying allegations were reported four days before the scheduled broadcast of an Oprah Winfrey interview with Meghan, which is anticipated to draw a huge audience. It also comes less than two weeks after the palace announced that the couple’s split from official duties would be final.
Publisher to appeal ruling that it invaded Meghan's privacy
A British newspaper publisher on Tuesday March 2, 2021, is seeking permission to appeal against a judges ruling that it invaded the privacy of the Duchess of Sussex by publishing parts of a letter she wrote to her estranged father after her 2018 marriage to Prince Harry. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, FILE)LONDON – A British newspaper publisher said Tuesday it plans to appeal against a judge’s ruling that it invaded the privacy of the Duchess of Sussex by publishing parts of a letter she wrote to her estranged father after her 2018 marriage to Prince Harry. High Court judge Mark Warby ruled last month that the publisher had misused the duchess’s private information and infringed her copyright. “The Court of Appeal, of course, may take a different view,” he said, adding that Associated Newspapers can take its case directly to the appeals court. Lawyers for Meghan, meanwhile, demanded the publisher hand over the letter and destroy any electronic copies or notes it held.
Prince Harry and Meghan support completion of relief center
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's foundation has helped support the completion of an emergency relief center in the Commonwealth. World Central Kitchen announced Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021, that the construction of the first community relief center in Dominica has been completed. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, File)LOS ANGELES – The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's foundation has helped support the completion of an emergency relief center in the Commonwealth. World Central Kitchen announced Wednesday that the construction of the first community relief center in Dominica has been completed. Archewell and World Central Kitchen announced a joint philanthropic partnership in December.
Duchess of Sussex expecting 2nd child, a sibling for Archie
FILE - Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan arrive at the annual Endeavour Fund Awards in London, Thursday, March 5, 2020. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their second child, their office confirmed Sunday, Feb. 14, 2021. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, file)LOS ANGELES – The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their second child, their office confirmed Sunday. A spokesperson for Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, said in a statement: “We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother. A few days ago, the duchess won a privacy claim against a newspaper over the publication of a personal letter to her estranged father.
UK judge says newspaper invaded Meghan's privacy with letter
A British judge ruled Thursday Feb. 11, 2021, that a newspaper invaded Duchess of Sussexs privacy by publishing personal letter to her estranged father. High Court judge Mark Warby ruled that the publisher had misused the duchess’s private information and infringed her copyright. He said the duchess “had a reasonable expectation that the contents of the letter would remain private. Meghan’s lawyers said the “deeply personal” five-page letter was intended to be read by her father alone. “For me and so many others, it’s real life, real relationships, and very real sadness.
The Latest: Massachusetts braces for snow's arrival, wind
The winter weather prompted school districts to cancel in-person learning on Monday, and many COVID-19 vaccination sites were closed and rescheduling appointments. As much as 2 feet (61 centimeters) of snow was predicted to fall in areas throughout the day Monday and overnight. 11:30 a.m.BOSTON — The second phase of Massachusetts’ coronavirus vaccine rollout is being disrupted by a winter storm that’s causing schedule changes and at least one vaccination location to shutdown. A winter storm warning remained in effect until Tuesday for much of the state. Most of the state remained under winter storm warnings or winter weather advisories that were expected to remain in effect through Tuesday morning.
Lawyer says ex-royal staff will shed light on Meghan letter
FILE - In this Monday, March 9, 2020 file photo, Britain's Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex leaves after attending the annual Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in London. A lawyer for the publisher of the Daily Mail newspaper said Wednesday Jan. 20, 2021, that the Duchess of Sussex had no reasonable expectation of privacy for a letter she sent her estranged father. “Why was the Kensington Palace communications team involved at all in the wording of the letter if it was a wholly private letter?” White said. He said a full trial would be able to hear important evidence from former palace employees about how the contested letter was written. Judge Mark Warby said he would give his ruling on the application for summary judgment “as soon as possible.”___Follow all AP developments on Prince Harry and Meghan at https://apnews.com/hub/prince-harry and https://apnews.com/hub/meghan-markle
Meghan and Harry end their eventful 2020 with first podcast
FILE - Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, leave after visiting Canada House on Jan. 7, 2020, in London. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein, File)LOS ANGELES – The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have dropped their first podcast. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and guests from Elton John to their son, Archie, appear on the royal couple's first audio release Tuesday for Spotify, a 34-minute special featuring reflections on 2020. “And, at the same time, to honor those who’ve experienced uncertainty and unthinkable loss,” the Duchess of Sussex adds. With some coaching from his parents, 1-year old Archie ends the podcast with a “Happy new year!"
UK agency agrees not to photograph Duchess of Sussex, family
FILE - In this Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019 file photo, Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, holding their son Archie, meet with Anglican Archbishop Emeritus, Desmond Tutu, and his wife Leah in Cape Town, South Africa. The Duchess of Sussex has settled a claim against Splash News and Picture Agency, with the agency agreeing not to take any photos of her, her husband the Duke of Sussex or their son Archie, should it come out of administration, the High Court has heard. (Henk Kruger/African News Agency via AP, Pool, File)LONDON – A news and photography agency has agreed not to take pictures of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their son, Archie, the High Court in London was told at a hearing Friday. Under the agreement announced Friday, Splash UK undertakes not to photograph the duke, duchess or their son in the future if the agency comes out of administration. Meghan and Harry stepped down from their royal duties at the end of March and are now based in Los Angeles.
Duchess of Sussex reveals she had miscarriage in the summer
FILE - Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at the annual Endeavour Fund Awards in London on March 5, 2020. The Duchess of Sussex has revealed that she had a miscarriage in July. Meghan described the experience in an opinion piece in the New York Times on Wednesday. The former Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry have a son, Archie, born in 2019. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, File)LONDON – The Duchess of Sussex has revealed that she had a miscarriage in July, giving a personal account of the traumatic experience in hope of helping others.
Lawyers: Senior royals advised Meghan to write to her father
LONDON – The Duchess of Sussex was advised by two senior members of Britain’s royal family to write a letter to her estranged father that a British newspaper later published in part, court papers filed Wednesday show. The former Meghan Markle, 39, is suing publisher Associated Newspapers for invasion of privacy and copyright infringement over five articles that included portions of the handwritten letter she wrote to her father after her 2018 marriage to Prince Harry. Associated Newspapers’ lawyers argue that Meghan made personal information public by cooperating with the authors of the book to set out a version of events favorable to her. The duchess’ lawyers say neither she nor Harry collaborated with authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand. But Meghan did allow an unidentified individual to communicate the “true position” on one aspect of her relationship with her father to the authors, the new document says.
Judge grants 9-month delay to Meghan's lawsuit against paper
LONDON – A British judge on Thursday granted a request by the Duchess of Sussex to postpone the trial of her invasion of privacy lawsuit against the publisher of a British newspaper that published portions of a private letter she wrote to her father. During a hearing in London, judge Mark Warby granted the application to delay the trial for around nine months, from a scheduled Jan. 11 start date to the fall of 2021. The decision followed a hearing held in private, and Warby said the reason for the delay request should remain confidential. Associated Newspapers is contesting the claim at the High Court in London. They recently bought a house in Santa Barbara, California.
Meghan seeks to postpone trial in privacy suit against paper
LONDON – The Duchess of Sussex is seeking to delay the start of the trial in her privacy lawsuit against a British newspaper over its publication of excerpts from a letter she wrote to her father. The former Meghan Markle made the request ahead of a preliminary hearing on the case scheduled for Thursday, court documents said. The postponement application is the latest episode in the legal tussle that has served as a prelude to a 10-day trial scheduled to start in January. The request will be considered Thursday by High Court Judge Mark Warby during an online hearing that will begin in private. The newspaper published excerpts of a letter Meghan wrote to her father after her and Harry's wedding in May 2018.
Duke and Duchess of Sussex convene session on digital world
NEW YORK – Creating online communities free of danger and misinformation is crucial in building a better world, the Duchess of Sussex told an online audience Tuesday during a special Time100 Talks episode she curated with her husband, Prince Harry. “What our job is, especially throughout these conversations, is to get people to listen to the experts and for them to explain how what’s happening in the online world is affecting the world,” Harry said. Among those who participated in their Time100 session, "Engineering a Better World," was Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit, investor and husband of tennis great Serena Williams. He recently resigned from the Reddit board and asked to be replaced by a Black candidate. Ohanian said he was inspired to step down by his 3-year-old daughter, Olympia, who is of mixed race.
Judge says new royal book can be used in Meghan privacy case
Judge Francesca Kaye gave Associated Newspapers Ltd. permission to amend its defense to add “further particulars” relating to the book “Finding Freedom," which was published last month. Associated Newspapers is contesting the claim in London's High Court. A full trial in Meghan's lawsuit against Associated Newspapers is due to start in January. American actress Meghan Markle, star of TV legal drama “Suits,” married Harry, one of the grandsons of Queen Elizabeth II, in a lavish ceremony at Windsor Castle in May 2018. ___Follow all AP stories about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at https://apnews.com/hub/prince-harry
Trump says he's 'not a fan' of Meghan's, wishes Harry luck
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump took a swipe at the Duchess of Sussex on Wednesday after the former Meghan Markle and Prince Harry participated in a Time 100 video urging Americans to vote. Meghan, an American, says in the video that every four years elections are referred to as the most important election of our lifetime. He’s going to need it,” Trump said. Meghan, star of the TV legal drama “Suits,” married Harry, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, in a lavish ceremony at Windsor Castle in May 2018. They have a young son named Archie.
Meghan's lawyers deny she cooperated with royal book authors
Justin Rushbrooke QC who is representing Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex arrives at the High Court in London, Monday, Sept. 21, 2020. Meghan, 39, is seeking damages from publisher Associated Newspapers Ltd. for alleged misuse of private information, copyright infringement and data protection breaches. It argues that Meghan must have known the letter to her father would likely become public. “The claimant and her husband did not collaborate with the authors on the book, nor were they interviewed for it, nor did they provide photographs to the authors for the book,” Meghan’s lawyer Justin Rushbrooke said in a written submission. Scobie said in a written witness statement that “any suggestion that the Duke and Duchess collaborated on the book is false. "
UK judge: Meghan friends can stay anonymous in privacy case
LONDON A British judge ruled Wednesday that the Duchess of Sussex can keep her friends names secret while she brings a privacy invasion lawsuit against a British newspaper. Meghan, 39, is seeking damages from publisher Associated Newspapers Ltd. for alleged misuse of private information, copyright infringement and data protection breaches. American actress Meghan Markle married Harry, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, in a lavish ceremony at Windsor Castle in May 2018. In January, the couple announced they were quitting royal duties and moving to North America, citing what they said was unbearable intrusion and racist attitudes from the British media. No date has been set for the full trial of the duchess's invasion of privacy claim.
Court papers: Meghan felt 'unprotected' by monarchy
LONDON Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, felt unprotected by the institution of Britains monarchy and was prohibited from defending herself against negative media coverage when she was pregnant, U.K. news outlets agency reported Thursday, citing court documents. Meghan is seeking damages from the Mail on Sunday's publisher for alleged misuse of private information, breach of privacy and copyright infringement. The publisher, Associated Newspapers, denies her claims. In court papers reportedly filed after the publishers lawyers requested further information, Meghan's lawyers described how her relationship with the British media had deteriorated by the time excerpts of the letter appeared in print and online in 2019. The judge also struck out allegations that the publisher deliberately stirred up issues between Meghan and her father and that it had an agenda in publishing intrusive articles about her.
Meghan speaks out on racial divisions in US
LONDON Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has shared her sadness about racial divisions in the United States, telling students at her former high school that she felt moved to speak out because the life of George Floyd mattered. I realized the only wrong thing to say is to say nothing, because George Floyds life mattered, she said in the virtual address Wednesday. "And I remember seeing men in the back of a van holding guns and rifles, and I remember pulling up to the house and seeing the tree that had always been there, completely charred. Meghan said she wished the graduates were starting their young lives in a better world. We are going to rebuild and rebuild and rebuild until it is rebuilt.
Source: Harry and Meghan hysteria driven by tabloid media, palace leaks
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, attend a Creative Industries and Business Reception on Oct. 2, 2019, in Johannesburg, South Africa. The source confirmed to CNN that the brothers have been in touch and that parts of the media are turning brotherly concern from Prince William for Prince Harry into hysteria. In the hour-long documentary -- "Harry & Meghan: An African Journey" for British channel ITV -- Harry acknowledged tensions with his older brother for the first time, saying they have good days and bad days. Following the documentary, palace insiders on Monday reportedly told the BBC that Prince William was "worried" about Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan. The source continued that Prince Harry gave a candid and honest answer to ITV reporter Tom Bradby in the course of the documentary.
How Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Will Spend Their Break From Royal Duties
As the world reacts to her candid and emotional interview, Meghan Markle is planning to take a break from public life and will return to America for relaxation. The Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry will reportedly take a six-week leave from their royal duties starting next month. "Harry and Meghan: An African Journey" aired Sunday night in the U.K. on ITV. Harry and Meghan: An African Journey, will air in the U.S. on ABC on Oct. 23. The Royal Line of Succession: 59 Brits in Line for the Throne