Royal family lost a chance to have diversity by failing Meghan Markle
Omid Scobie stepped forth to go into detail about the startling revelations that have been made in his explosive book on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, with Carolyn Durand.
In an episode of Good Morning America, the royal reporter spoke to Deborah Roberts about the camaraderie between Meghan and Kate Middleton and their much-discussed royal feud that is signaled in his tell-all, Finding Freedom.
"These are two women that really have very little in common. I think being a newcomer and knowing that Kate was once a newcomer, I think there were times where she, from speaking to sources, knew that Meghan felt that she could of or needed a little bit more support from Kate and didn't get it in some of those important moments,” he said.
While all seemed cheery in the beginning when Harry first announced his engagement to the former actor, things seemed to have taken ...
Kate Middleton gets mistaken as Prince William's assistant
Kate Middleton and Prince William are two of the most renowned public figures all across the globe but there are still some places where their popularity has failed to reach.
A hilarious incident about the Cambridge family has been making rounds where the duchess was mistaken for the future king’s assistant rather than wife.
After their relocation to their Norfolk Anmer Hall home, the pair has been making homemade pasta and distributing it to their neighbours in need for the past few months.
However, there was one instance when instead of being addressed as William’s wife and the future Queen Consort, Kate was referred to as his assistant to which she uttered the perfect response and took the err with grace instead of offence.
In an outing to the Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff, 87-year-old Joan Drew-Smith asked William, “Is this your assistant?” while pointing towards the ...
Prince Harry talks about racism and how to use privilege for change
Prince Harry is discussing the debated topic of racism once more, urging 'every single person in the world' to combat this 'crisis of hate.'
The Duke of Sussex, 35, spoke on the subject during a virtual interview for civil rights organization Colour of Change’s initiative.
The short clip of the duke, that was released on Instagram, showed him heaping praise on the younger generation for taking things into their own hand and demanding change through their actions rather than just words.
Harry spoke to Rashad Robinson saying: “As we've discussed before, it is going to take every single one of us, this is not just down to the black community, it's going to take every single person on the planet right now.”
The comments on racism come days after royal expert Katie Nicholl said that the duke and his wife Meghan Markle had been immensely occupied extending help to ...