King Charles ‘told Prince Harry not to bring Meghan Markle to Balmoral to see dying Queen’ | Daily Mail Online


Amid the personal family tragedy on Thursday, when the Queen died at the age of 96, a small domestic drama was playing out involving the Duke and Duchess of Sussex .

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A very sad occasion for everyone, especially all of the royal family. All except Harry were informed, but Harry later, all others had someone close with them to help with grief, but not Harry. Harry has been cast out in more ways than one, some of his own making, but some by the Royal Family. Harry, it is said was very close to his grandmother, so will need to be comforted very much, which can only be done by his wife.

The Royal Family are ignoring the needs of Harry at a time when everyone needs people around them,especially family.

Source: King Charles ‘told Prince Harry not to bring Meghan Markle to Balmoral to see dying Queen’ | Daily Mail Online

Donald Trump says the Queen should strip Meghan Markle and Prince Harry of ALL royal titles | Daily Mail Online


The former US president previously claimed the actions of both the Duke and Duchess of Sussex caused pain to the monarch.

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Donald Trump speaking out like only he can, but who wants to hear from Trump.

He says that Harry is disrespectful to The Queen, but so was Trump when he met her for he continually got in her way and walked in front of her, he would have been briefed or they would have tried to brief him, but Trump listens to no one and will not read brief as he feels in knows everything, when, in fact, he knows nothing.

He says harry and Meghan were disrespectful to the UK, but was disrespectful to the US and many within the US.

As to Trump saying the Sussexes cause pain, well Trump causes everyone pain.

He says he doesn’t like Meghan, but then Trump dislikes everyone who doesn’t worship him.

Trump says, : ‘I’ve been a very good predictor, as you know – I’ve predicted almost everything’, well he said COVID was a Hoax and that it would go away soon, but it wasn’t a hoax and after 2 years it hasn’t gone away.

Trump when he was president was a very dangerous individual and still will be if he gets re-elected in 2024. Trump is and should be a non-entity and completely disappear.

He was a ridiculous President and a very failed businessman, a compulsive liar and has many other disgusting qualities.

The Queen knows her mind and doesn’t wish to be dictated to by Trump, in fact no one wants to be dictated to, especially by Trump, no matter how much he wants to be a dictator, but has is overlord, Putin and his best friend Kim Jong-un, both of whom deem him to be a first rate pratt, at least he is first rate in something.

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Source: Donald Trump says the Queen should strip Meghan Markle and Prince Harry of ALL royal titles | Daily Mail Online

Royals’ ‘dismay’ at Prince Andrew role in Duke of Edinburgh service | Daily Mail Online


The Queen is generally regarded as one who does not show scant regard for her public image, however her role as being a mother and also the Monarch are bound to have some ‘conflicts of Interest’ so when there is a conflict she may not always reflect her image for the best.

To allow Prince Andrew to walk her into Westminster Abbey and then to her seat could be one of those occasions. Andrew has always been seen as her favourite in her children, while him being the one who appears to create the most problems, but some of the others are not far behind, but that is problems we all have with our children at times and we are not in the public eye.

Now, we assume the Queen had a choice in this latest matter with Andrew, who with his well-known arrogance could have left her little choice. With her frailty and the occasion she would not have wished to cause a scene and Andrew, as always would have taken great advantage of this.

It made sense for them to share a vehicle to the event but not for Andrew to walk her in, as I believe this privilege was with the Archbishop, so Andrew has in effect broken protocol, but this so arrogant person would not be bothered by such, arrogance has a lot to answer for.

Families who would have them, but we do and then have to manage problems as they occur.

Andrew needs to be put in his place as only a mother can do, for this is not just any family, but The Royal Family and any seen events could have much to do with the continuance of the Royal Families role within the UK and the Commonwealth. There is already much talk in some of the Commonwealth countries to alter the status of the Monarch and this could well be also within the UK, for those who wish for the UK to be a republic are forever increasing in number, but there is still much way to go before any change would even be considered.

If this changer had been already, would we really have wished for a President Boris, let alone in the past a President Blair and many others.

The Queen is still way being the best option,  but this could easily change when we have King Charles III and eventually King William V on the demise of his father Charles III.

 

Source: Royals’ ‘dismay’ at Prince Andrew role in Duke of Edinburgh service | Daily Mail Online

Frail Queen’s show of strength for her beloved Prince Philip at Westminster Abbey memorial


Yes, she is frail and did show great strength, but did need assistance, but why did this have to be from Prince Andrew, for he should have been the last to do so.

For many years he has shown his arrogance and this was just another, such act. Yes, he should have been at the ceremony, but not in the full spotlight.

Source: Frail Queen’s show of strength for her beloved Prince Philip at Westminster Abbey memorial

Prince Andrew plays prominent role in Prince Philip memorial service | Monarchy | The Guardian


Royal makes first public appearance since settling sexual assault case filed against him by Virginia Giuffre

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This was a day for the Royal Family, especially the Queen and therefore she should be free to decide who she wishes to escort her to and from the Abbey and Prince Andrew is reported to be her favourite child.

This was, in effect a private ceremony, however, it was decided to have media presence and to be televised live, so the private nature was somewhat over ruled.

Prince Andrew’s behaviour has for many years not been that good and his own arrogance is well-known and publicly displayed by him, so public conception should always be a consideration. By Prince Andrew escorting his mum and then sitting in prominence above all other family members show a complete lack of recognition of public values and to a large extent shows some dismission of the public.

The acceptance of the Royal family has been diminishing for many years and perhaps the public feeling for the Queen as, in some way, been a factor that the diminishing favour for the Family is not more than it currently is.

If the Queen had sort guidance on this, then it was not the guidance to be followed or she discounted it.

Prince Charles own public acceptance is still no way as strong as is the Queen’s, however, by the Royal PR machine it is much more than it was previously and also that of Camila. Could it be that this with Prince Andrew is another Royal PR move to improve the reputation of Prince Andrew, if so, I feel it was very misguided.

But, the Royal family is so believing in their own importance and the belief they are there by a ‘divine right’ that they are, at times not fully aware of how their respect and contentment by the public is. There is still a strong bond by the public, but as time is progressing that bond is weakening.

Charles as King could well be a further diminishing factor, so royal behaviours and the rigidity to protocol needs to be assessed by them and their advisors before it is too late, but perhaps the tide as already been set.

Just look at the recent royal tour of Belize, Jamaica and Bahamas is a point in question and this was with Prince William whose public likeness is much more than many in the Royal family.

While my own acceptance of the Royal family is diminishing, currently I would not wish for them to be not there, but do feel they do need to be more aware of their own behaviours and not show disregard for the public.

Not saying we would, go anywhere near as far as in Russia, with the Russian over throw of their own Royal family,  but the respect for our Royal family is diminishing and they have to be aware of this and be seen to be aware in their actions and in everything they do.

Source: Prince Andrew plays prominent role in Prince Philip memorial service | Monarchy | The Guardian

Prince Andrew to keep remaining titles after settling Virginia Giuffre case


Duke of York will retain dukedom, service rank of Vice-Admiral and role as Counsellor of State despite pressure for him to lose honours

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I feel this is a big mistake as he should lose all titles as it will only increase his arrogance, when it would seem impossible to do and give him, I hope, false impression that he could come back from this.

This is much unanswered and technically he has shown no real remorse for his actions, especially for his association with Maxwell and Epstein, especially the later for what he has said is way too little and way too late.

It is just the Royal PR which is being enacted , which we have seen so much of in the past and effective it is too.

Prince Andrew, even by association, should lose every one of his titles and any privileges he has retained.

In the year of his mother, The Queen, Platinum Celebration he could have done much more and not continued this into 2022.

 

Source: Prince Andrew to keep remaining titles after settling Virginia Giuffre case

Prince Andrew settles Virginia Giuffre sexual assault case in US | Prince Andrew | The Guardian


Out-of-court settlement in civil case means Duke of York is spared giving evidence at trial

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So, Andrew settled out of court for an unknown some, but it is assumed to be in the region of £10-£12 million, with his mom, The Queen, reputed to have contributed around £2 million to the total.

Now should that be the end of it, we will have to wait and see. But Andrew as lost a lot in this and I believe rightly so, for in the least he showed that his judgement is far from what it should be and placed much worry on The Queen in the year which should be a major celebration for her and heaped more on her than should have been after her loss of her husband, Prince Philip.

Andrew by his actions and many inactions as shown he should not and never be in a position of trust and privilege again and should in all reality have any existing titles removed, especially being Duke of York.

He needs to continue to be out of the limelight forever, for who knows what other murky secrets could still be there waiting to be unearthed.

Source: Prince Andrew settles Virginia Giuffre sexual assault case in US | Prince Andrew | The Guardian

Whisper it, but the time is right for the Queen to abdicate | Simon Jenkins | The Guardian


After 70 years, retiring in good health to hand over to Prince Charles would be good for the monarchy and the nation, says Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins

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But would it, for many, even though this is reducing, feel he is not fit to be King and this relates to the treatment of Diana. While she herself wasn’t the total innocent her treatment by Charles and in relation, Camilla, did much to harm both of them and by association the whole Royal Family.

Many have brought The Family into unsavoury situations, no more so than Prince Andrew, who now needs to relinquish all his Titles, especially Duke of York.

William, by his youth, has been outside of much of the problems around the Family and in relation as the ‘cleanest hands’.

With the advancing years of The Queen, it could be seen the best for her, to abdicate, but that would bring in Charles, who could do more harm than good. So, if she is willing, she should continue, but moves should be to query the accession of Charles and put William forward.

Source: Whisper it, but the time is right for the Queen to abdicate | Simon Jenkins | The Guardian

Prince Andrew was ‘left in tears after the Queen told him his titles were being stripped away | Daily Mail Online


The Duke of York, who can no longer be known as His Royal Highness ‘in any official capacity’, is expected to write to his former regiments to express his remorse at having to leave.

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The news comes as the prince was said to have hosted a shooting party for about 12 friends and relatives on Friday – a day after the monarch’s decision to remove the titles.’

It was said that he will now be treated as though he is a private citizen, how many private citizens arrange shooting parties. He should be known only as Andrew Albert Christian Edward Windsor, so he needs to lose also the title of Prince . Duke of York and any other titles.

I was going to say he needs to get a job, but who would employ him.

So he should be in tears, but not for his titles. He feels more about his titles than his behaviours, but then he has always been arrogant and that he was more important than others. So he as brought it all on himself, but he feels he can do no wrong.

Source: Prince Andrew was ‘left in tears after the Queen told him his titles were being stripped away | Daily Mail Online

Queen strips Prince Andrew of military roles and royal patronages | Prince Andrew | The Guardian


Move comes after more than 150 veterans request removal amid US sexual assault civil lawsuit

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Not before time as this should have been done some time ago as he is not fit to hold anything.

Now hope he will get fully prosecuted in the Virginia Giuffre court case, he deserves all he gets.

He is and always has seriously let down his mother, The Queen and in her year of celebration of her Platinum Jubilee.

Source: Queen strips Prince Andrew of military roles and royal patronages | Prince Andrew | The Guardian