Reason Prince Harry 'committed' to US future despite 'homesickness' – Express

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly renewing their wedding vows in a ceremony across the pond. A source claimed that there is “no way” Harry would want to give up his new American life despite getting homesick “from time to time”.
The insider told Heat magazine: “The Sussexes are more committed to their long-term future in America than ever.
“Even if Harry does get homesick from time to time, there’s no way he’d want to give up this fabulous new life anytime soon.
“He’s got the family he always dreamed of, a job that gives him financial security, as well as the opportunity to ‘serve’ in a manner he sees fit, plus he has this incredible chance to broaden his horizons with his soulmate,” says the source.”

Anne Boleyn was England’s Queen for just three years and three months as the wife of King Henry VIII.
She was executed at the Tower of London in 1536 after being found guilty of treason and accused of being unfaithful to her husband.
Some details of her death are well-documented, including her beheading by an expert French swordsman, rather than an axeman – a decision of Henry’s interpreted by historians as an act of mercy to spare his Queen of pain.
However, other details about Anne’s execution have long remained a mystery, including who accompanied her to the scaffold where she lost her head.

Princess Anne is to be honoured by the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust after decades of “commitment to the charity”. 
Durrell will gift Anne with a tortoise sculpture from their art trail event which will open in 2023. 
The Princess Royal is being awarded after 50 years of service to the wildlife conservation charity.

The charity plans to mark the monumental milestone by gifting the Princess Royal with a tortoise sculpture from the charity’s Tortoise Takeover art trail event next summer. 
A small selection of local artists has been chosen to submit design ideas for the sculpture with the overall theme to express Princess Anne’s commitment to the charity. 
The final design will be chosen in 2023 and will join 50 tortoises on the art trail next July and August.
Once the event is over, the charity will gift the sculpture to Princess Anne.

The Queen has a favourite snack she has been eating since she was five years old, her former private chef has shared. 
A former royal chef has dished on the foods Queen Elizabeth most likes to eat — including the snack she has enjoyed ever since she was just five years old.
Darren McGrady was Queen Elizabeth’s personal chef for 15 years, as well as Princess Diana’s, Prince William and Prince Harry’s.
Mr McGrady posted a video to his Youtube channel – which has 226,000 subscribers – about how to recreate your own royal afternoon tea at home and the types of sandwiches that would be on offer at Buckingham Palace.
The chef, who has worked at the Palace since he was a young boy, spoke of the garden parties that would be held there, with 6,000 people in attendance. 
This delicacy was the ‘jam penny’ – which The Queen was served as a little girl and has eaten for Afternoon Tea ever since, said Mr McGrady.

The Queen may have got a live contender for the Epsom Derby in 2023, with the picture due to become clearer in the next few days, a news report has stated. 
Trained by William Haggas in Newmarket, Desert Hero is declared to run in the Group 3 Solario Stakes at Sandown on Saturday.
The Queen was without a runner in this year’s Flat showpiece, won by the Sir Michael Stoute-trained Desert Crown, on the Platinum Jubilee weekend.
The Derby is the one major race that The Queen has not managed to win, and be in no doubt, it is the race she would most like to win.
In her long racing career, The Queen’s horses have finished second, third and fifth in the race, with the top prize just eluding her.
According to the reports, the Solario Stakes race is known for attracting stars of the future, with the winners often going on to have very impressive careers, many running in the Epsom Derby.
The most recent horse to win both the Solario Stakes and the Epsom Derby was Masar in 2018.
Last year’s Solario winner was Reach For The Moon – a horse owned by The Queen, who for many months was a live Derby hope for Her Majesty.

Royal author Tom Bower said that Meghan used to “boast” about becoming “Queen of Bolivia” after befriending the son of a Bolivian president at school.
A source told Mr Bower that Meghan made the claim in 1993, exactly 25 years before marrying Prince Harry.
He said: “Her ambition was never in doubt. Influenced by her frequent presence in the studios, she was set upon becoming famous.
“Befriending the son of a Bolivian president at school, Meghan boasted for a few days, ‘I’m going to be Queen of Bolivia’”.MeghanRoyal commentator Duncan Larcome warned that Meghan and Harry’s UK visit will be “incredibly high profile”, which he described as being a “calculated provocation”.
Speaking about their upcoming trip, beginning on September 5, Mr Larcombe said: “To the casual observer, especially overseas and even more especially in America, this will look like Harry and Meghan are back doing royal jobs, especially given that one of the gigs Harry is doing is the WellChild awards for sick children, which he always used to do when he actually was a working royal.
“It will be incredibly high-profile. They will be all over the media, and you won’t be able to put a cigarette paper between what Harry and Meghan are doing and what Will and Kate are doing.
“It’s a calculated provocation on their part. They are seriously pushing their luck and risking the wrath of the Queen.”
The Queen has a playful nickname for an everyday device she reportedly finds “rather amusing”.
The 96-year-old monarch is said to call her Sat Nav “the woman under the bonnet.”
A royal source said the nickname demonstrates her “brilliant sense of humour and very quick wit”.Queen Elizabeth IIPrince Harry and Meghan Markle’s announcement of their upcoming trip to the UK has not been well received by readers, with most not supporting their return, a new poll has found.
A poll that ran from 10am on Monday, August 15, to 9am on Saturday, August 20, asked readers: “Do you support Meghan and Harry’s return to the UK next month?”
A total of 30,928 people cast their votes with the overwhelming majority, 96 percent (29,653 people), answering “no”, they do not support the couple’s UK return.
A further three percent (1,058 people) said “yes” they did, while just one percent (217 people) said they did not know either way.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s announcement of their upcoming trip to the UK has not been well received by readers with most not supporting their return, a new poll has found.
In a poll that ran from 10am on Monday, August 15, to 9am on Saturday, August 20, asked readers: “Do you support Meghan and Harry’s return to the UK next month?”
A total of 30,928 people cast their votes with the overwhelming majority, 96 percent (29,653 people), answering “no”.
A further three percent (1,058 people) said “yes”, while just one percent (217 people) said they did not know either way.
Prince Charles has been encouraged to keep his brother Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, in a slimmed-down Royal Family, a new poll of readers has found.
The Prince of Wales reportedly has plans to slim down the core working royals when he takes the throne, which could include Edward and Sophie.
Earlier this month a royal expert questioned whether Edward and Sophie’s had a future role in the Firm.
See the full results here.
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark was striking in hot pink during her latest appearance in France.
The 82-year-old stepped out on Wednesday to attend the exhibition opening of her own paintings at the Henri Martin Museum of Cahors.
The Queen of Denmark looked pretty in pink for the outing.Queen Margrethe II DenmarkMeghan Markle and Prince Harry are “highly likely” to be followed by Netflix cameras on their upcoming UK visit, it has been claimed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are travelling from the US to Britain and Germany next month for a series of events.
Writing for 9Honey, Ms Oliveri said: “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.”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are separated by “a bit of a wall” from the rest of the Royal Family in the eyes of the public, according to a commentator.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are no longer seen as a unit with the rest of the Firm by the public, according to brand and reputation management expert Eric Schiffer.
The commentator discussed the possible damage the Crown may have suffered following US Supreme Court Judge Samuel Alito’s mocking remarks made against one of its members, Prince Harry.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are making a “bold attempt at re-entry to royal life” with their upcoming UK return, a commentator has claimed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are living in the US after quitting royal duties, are travelling to Britain and Germany next month to visit a number of charities.
Writing for 9Honey, the royal commentator Natalie Oliveri said: “It’s a bold attempt at re-entry to royal life, with their short visit looking remarkably like a mini royal tour.
“Only this time, the wayward royals are doing it their way and on their own terms.”harry meghanAlastair Stewart has lashed out at critics mocking Lady Louise Windsor after it was reported she landed a minimum wage job ahead of going to university.
The GB News presenter fired back at critics who mocked the Queen’s granddaughter for reportedly getting a minimum wage job ahead of university.
The young royal is said to have been working at a garden centre over the summer for £6.83 an hour.
Mr Stewart tweeted: “A junior member of the Royal family being mocked for doing a low-paid holiday job ahead of going to University is pretty pathetic stuff….”lady louise windsorPrince William has issued a heartfelt statement on the devastating floods in New Zealand and called for an effort to “protect the planet.”
The Duke of Cambridge tweeted: “Seeing the devastation caused by the floods in New Zealand is a reminder of the herculean effort we must all make to protect our planet.
“I know you will come together, as you have done before, to support those in need. Catherine and I are thinking about all those affected.”
30 years ago today, Sarah Ferguson became embroiled in a major royal scandal when compromising photos with her “financial advisor” were published in a national newspaper.
The Duchess of York had gone travelling with John Bryan, an American businessman who was referred to as the Duchess of York’s “financial advisor”.
As the pair holidayed at Fergie’s villa in St. Tropez, intimate photos, shot with a telephoto lens, were taken and subsequently published in The Daily Mirror.
The photographs showed Texan Mr Bryan kissing and sucking the topless Duchess’ toes and the arch of her foot.
Read more here.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will not reunite with Kate and Prince William when they return to the UK for a jam-packed schedule of visits, it has been claimed.
US commentator Kinsey Schofield said the Sussexes’ return to Britain was instead “rival royal engagements executed by retired senior members of the Royal Family” and not a chance to heal rifts with the Cambridges.
Her comments come after a spokesman for Meghan and Harry confirmed the couple would be in the UK to attend charity events next month.sussexes cambridgesMeghan Markle and Prince Harry’s upcoming visit to the UK has been branded an “unnecessary and provocative distraction” by a royal expert as it will pull focus from the Queen during an important time.
Royal commentator Jonathan Sacerdoti said: “Much of the British public is disappointed with how they have conducted themselves since they left, so their upcoming visit might be a mistake.
“The Royal Family normally works hard to coordinate the public events of each individual Royal so they don’t clash with one another.
“But Harry and Megan‘s visit will take place during the exact week that the Queen returns to London to officially meet with the country’s new prime minister.
“That’s an unnecessary and provocative distraction.”harry meghan See today’s front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.


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