With the imminent publication of Harry’s memoir, he and Meghan might not be expecting the warmest of royal welcomes, but even the queen may ice them out, a palace source says.
After the disastrous optics of their jubilee visit, when they were snubbed by the royals, Harry and Meghan are returning this fall.
Her health is again in question after the cancellation of a ceremony at Balmoral, as well as her determination to return to London next month to anoint Boris Johnson’s successor.
A ceremony that sees the queen welcomed to Scotland for her vacay will now take place behind the castle gates, with press and TV cameras not invited, for the queen’s “comfort.”
One old friend of Harry’s says, “If he doesn’t go into those wild years in some detail, the book will just come over as a massive whitewash—at least to those who knew him.”
Kate and William’s daughter appeared to take a leaf out of her brother’s book as she entertained the crowd with a variety of funny faces Tuesday.
Andrew Morton says Martin Bashir’s deceptions do not invalidate what Diana said during her “Panorama” interview, and so William’s demand that the BBC never screen it is misplaced.