Meghan Markle latest news – Prince Harry ‘clearly unhappy’ and ’embarrassed’ as Duchess revels in collecting awards

PRINCE Harry looked like a “fish out of water” when he accepted an award with Meghan on Saturday, a body language expert said.

The Duke and Duchess accepted an award at the NAACP Image Awards in LA over the weekend.

But according to Dr Lillian Glass, Prince Harry looked “embarrassed” and like he “didn’t want to be there”.

She also told that Meghan Marke “on the other hand, is in her element”, explaining: “Harry looked like a fish out of water as he didn’t know what to do or how to comport himself as he looked down at the award and examined it and then rocked back and forth and pulled away from Meghan.

“He straightened up for a while when she quickly turned her head towards him and shot him a not so pleasant look indicating that he was on stage and to be aware of it and to shape up. He purses his lips in embarrassment and then cocks his head like a wounded puppy and then looks at the camera.

“He is not smiling the whole time he is up there. He then forgets and looks back at her and looks down and then returns to facing the camera.”

Dr Glass continued to say that, “Meghan on the other hand is in her element as she looks directly into the camera and speaks eloquently,” while “”Harry is clearly not happy and uncomfortable as indicated through his body language at this event.”

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  • Meghan markle and Prince Harry latest news

    • The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been hailed as “world leaders” after their non-profit organisation announced a series of investments. 
    • Prince Harry’s father blasted Putin’s “brutal aggression” and called the invasion of Ukraine an “attack on democracy”.
    • A royal author has claimed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are hoping to return to the UK as “part time royals” when Prince Charles ascends the throne.
    • Meghan Markle has continued to support one of her UK patronages, Smart Works with a grant from her and Prince Harry’s US-based Archewell Foundation.   
  • Powerful messages duchess conveys through her jewellery

    Fashion expert, Claire Adler, claims Meghan Markle sends powerful messages through the jewellery she wears.

    Claire Adler told the Express: “Meghan’s jewellery is based on her own values and the things she holds dear, from her Monica Viander friendship bracelet to Princess Diana’s diamond tennis bracelet, gifted to her by Prince Harry.

    “In her famous interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan wore the classic Cartier Love Bracelet in gold, to signify her affection towards Prince Harry and her son, Archie.

    “The Duchess is also often seen wearing items from Princess Diana’s collection, such as her Tank Française Cartier watch, which Prince Harry inherited.

    “Meghan is also often seen to support small businesses and local designers by wearing, for example, beaded bracelets in her Instagram video marking Archie’s birthday in May.”

  • Kate Middleton beams as she and Prince William enjoy Wales trip

    KATE Middleton and Prince William today visited Wales to celebrate the nation’s people and culture.

    The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, laughed as she greeted the goats on a farm near Abergavenny to mark St David’s Day.

    The royal couple visited Pant Farm, which has been providing milk to a local cheese producer for nearly 20 years.

    They then went to Abergavenny Market to see first-hand how important local suppliers are to rural communities.

    Fifteen minutes down the road in Blaenavon, the Duke and Duchess attended the Blaenavon Hwb – a community-focused youth centre that helps to support over 600 local young people.

  • Meghan Markle’s ‘regal’ message

    An unseen portrait of Meghan Markle taken at the United Nations HQ has been released, and royal fans have commented on how ‘regal and beautiful’ she looks.

    The Duchess of Sussex posed for the improvised studio event on behalf of United Women.

    Commenting on the photo, one fan wrote: “This feels regal and peaceful. Beautiful photo!”

    Another fan put: “Extraordinary portrait!”

    And a third said: “Keep up the good work. Fantastic photo of the Queen.👸🏻”

  • Kate and Meghans similar outfit choices

    Kate and Meghan are both known for their own style when making appearances, but on many occasions the pair seem to dress very similarly.

    William and Kate attended the Clitheroe Community Hospital in Lancashire earlier this year, and Kate chose to wear a striking brown outfit.

    However the outfit of choice drew striking similarities to another ensemble worn by Meghan Markle in January 2020, as Meghan also opted for an all brown outfit.

    Once again, Meghan had previously chosen to make a statement at the Salute to Freedom Gala’s red carpet in November 2021 by wearing a stunning red dress.

    Two months later, Kate chose to also make a powerful statement with a red Alexander McQueen gown for a portrait marking her 40th birthday, taken by Paolo Roversi.

    It seems both Kate and Meghan are have very similar taste when it comes to choosing the ultimate fit.

  • Prince Charles and William set to step up

    Royal expert, Russel Myers, believes Prince Charles and Prince William are ‘preparing to step into the Queen’s role’.

    According to the expert Charles and William are both preparing to take on The Queen’s royal duties as she continues to recover from Covid-19.

    Russell says: “There was an awful lot of calls last week even though the Queen was suffering from Covid about whether we would hear from Her Majesty.

    “First of all, we heard from Prince William and Kate they showed their solidarity with the people of Ukraine having met their president and wife in recent months. 

    “But powerful words from Prince Charles yesterday he was in Southend, the town has become a city for the first time in tribute to the late Sir David Ames who was tragically murdered last year. 

    “I think this is another changing of the guard because we’re hearing from Prince Charles very statesmanlike with those words standing shoulder to shoulder with the people of Ukraine.”

    “Again, something that we’re seeing both Charles and William step to the role that the Queen has had for many years,” he added. 

  • Prince Harry’s father slams Putin’s ‘brutal aggression’

    Prince Charles today blasted Putin’s “brutal aggression” and called the invasion of Ukraine an “attack on democracy”.

    The Prince of Wales – who previously compared the Russian despot to Hitler – spoke of his “solidarity” for the Ukrainian people.

    The Prince paid tribute to murdered local  MP Davis Amess, saying: “What we saw in the terrible tragedy in Southend was an attack on democracy on open society, on freedom itself.

    “We are seeing those same values under attack today in Ukraine in the most unconscionable way.

    “In the stand we take here, we are in solidarity with all those who are resisting brutal aggression.”

  • Prince harry ‘won’t come back’ as ‘he cannot face his family’

    Royal biographer, Tom Bower, has claimed that Prince Harry is unlikely to return to the UK this year, despite the Queen’s Jubilee.

    Tom Bower, who is currently writing a biography of Meghan Markle told Closer that the Duke faces the ultimate ‘ultimate dilemma’.

    He must decide whether to return to the UK to visit his beloved grandmother, knowing he’s being paid to reveal all for his mutch anticipated memoir.

    The author said: “I think Harry won’t come back because he knows he cannot face his family, and be pleasant with them, knowing what he’s written about them in that book.” 

    Bower added: “That book will have a lot of casualties and cause a lot of hurt. It will really deliver, as Harry knows it has to, to justify the money he’s been paid to do it.

    “How can Harry come back and pretend it’s all fine? The worst of what he will say is yet to come.”

  • Sussexes dramatic comeback plan

    A royal author has claimed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are hoping to return to the UK as “part time royals” when Prince Charles ascends the throne.

    Since taking a step back from royal duties, the couple has gone on to establish new careers as private citizens by pursuing philanthropic work and signing deals with streaming giants Netflix and Spotify.

    But Tom Quinn told the To Di For Daily podcast that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may be interested in a royal comeback in the future.

    He said: “One interesting thing an insider told me… is that both Meghan and Harry believe that when the elder royals die – in other words, Elizabeth – they may well be able when Charles is King, be able to come back and be the part-time royals that they really wanted to be.

    “So that they would be six months [as] working royals and six months in the States or wherever doing their own thing.”

  • Meghan supports British patronage with grant

    Meghan Markle has continued to support one of her UK patronages, Smart Works with a grant from her and Prince Harry’s US-based Archewell Foundation.    

    Smart Works is a team of 300 trained volunteers, helping long-term unemployed and vulnerable women regain the skills, confidence and tools to succeed at job interviews, and ultimately return to employment.

    Kate Stephens, CEO, Smart Works said: “We are so grateful to Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex and Archewell Foundation for their steadfast support of Smart Works’ mission and continued growth.

    “Whether in person or remote, we are dedicated to providing women with the tools they need to feel confident at such a critical moment in their lives, and the research we are undertaking will shine a light on the challenges they face.”

    The new Smart Works project will be published in late 2022. What we know now is that it aims to focus on data around female unemployment in the UK.

  • Meghan praised for entering ‘uncharted territory’

    Meghan Markle has been praised after she was compared to a “federal judge or elected official” for marrying into the Royal Family as a black woman.

    The praise came from American lawyer Professor Anita Hill in an op-ed published to commemorate Black History Month.

    Professor Hill wrote in her piece: “After the press conference ended, I sat up straighter and felt grateful to have witnessed another glass ceiling that was shattered in my lifetime.”

    She continued: “I was recently able to connect with one of these women – Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex – and while her role over the past few years hasn’t been that of a federal judge or elected official, I couldn’t help but see a measure of parallelism given her experience navigating uncharted territory as a Black woman”.

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  • Explained: Who is Meghan’s half-sister Samantha Markle?

    Samantha Markle was born in November 1964 and now lives with her boyfriend Mark Phillips in Belleview, Florida.

    She has been divorced twice and hasalso been through personal bankruptcy.

    She was diagnosed with having multiple sclerosis in 2008 and has to use a wheelchair.

    Samantha is estranged from all three of her children, her mother, her brother and her half-sister, Meghan.

    In the past she has blamed her estrangement from Meghan Markle on Doria Ragland and has called Meghan a “shallow social climber”.

    However, she initially appeared to have changed her mind, calling her half-sister: “very animated, very charming, very lively”, and “absolutely lovely”.

    But since then she has reverted to criticising the Duchess of Sussex on social media.

  • Explained: Who is Thomas Markle?

    Thomas W Markle, the father of the actress and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, is of Dutch-Irish origin and is 76 years old.

    He was the son of Doris May Rita and Gordon Arnold Markle and has two brothers.

    Thomas was raised in Newport, Pennsylvania.

    He is a former television lighting director working on iconic US shows including Married with Children and General Hospital.

    Thomas Markle married Doria Ragland in 1979.

    The family settled down in The Valley, LA, but Thomas and Doria split in 1987.

    Meghan was six years old at the time.

    He now is retired and living in Rosarito, Mexico.

  • Harry DOES want ‘to come back to see family’ despite royal rifts

    PRINCE Harry DOES want to “come back to see his family” despite the royal rifts, a lawyer has said in the royal protection row.

    The Duke of Sussex is suing the Home Office because it refused to spend taxpayers’ money on bodyguards.

    Harry, 37, who quit royal duty and privileges that come with the job to live in California with Meghan Markle two years ago, says he feels “unsafe” in the UK.

    He wants to fund his own Met Police armed bodyguards but the Home Office refused and insiders are saying police are not “guns for hire”.

    At the first part of the hearing held last week, the court heard that the duke considers that the UK “is and always will be, his home”.

    Shaheed Fatima QC told the court: “It goes without saying that he does want to come back to see family and friends and to continue to support the charities that are so close to his heart.”

    Harry is challenging the decision made in February 2020 by the Executive Committee for the Protection of Royalty and Public Figures (Ravec).

    On Friday, the first hearing in the case continued at the Royal Courts of Justice in London – but Harry was not present.

  • Meghan’s most influential hairstyle

    Meghan Markle’s wedding hairstyle has been crowned the most influential royal hairstyle on record.

    The study conducted by hair experts Longevita, analysed Google trends data, dating from 2004 to present day to establish which royal hairstyle has been the most influential.

    • Meghan Markle has the most influential royal hairstyle on record, with her wedding look being searches for royal hairstyles rising 244% above average during her wedding
    • Kate Middleton’s wedding hairstyle is the second most influential, being searched 217% above average
    • The third most influential royal hairstyle was from May 2020 where Kate Middleton clapped for carers in a video, with loose beach waves.
    • Meghan’s up-do for her interview with Oprah Winfrey makes the top ten

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