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MEGHAN Markle was urged early after her marriage to Prince Harry to rein in her “extremely excessive” spending habits.
The legendary former BBC Royal Correspondent Jennie Bond advised the Duchess of Sussex that the British public “hated” watching Royals spend large sums of money on themselves.
Bond said in an interview with Yahoo!Life in 2019, just after Meghan Markle married Prince Harry, “Meghan, I believe, must be wary of the fact that she is both an A-list celebrity and a senior royal.
“I get the impression that the general people does not approve of her extravagant spending.
“Being lavish, tremendously lavish, she can afford it, she is a wealthy woman, but it doesn’t play well, so I think she should just monitor that.”
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According to John Barnes, the anonymous royal who questioned Meghan Markle’s and Prince Harry’s son Archie’s skin color was “simply being realistic” and not racist.
After Meghan told Oprah Winfrey during an explosive interview that Archie wasn’t named a prince because of “concerns and debates” about “how dark” his skin would be when he was born, the ex-Liverpool ace, 57, made the remarks.
Barnes believes that most black individuals would respond with a “so what” to an inquiry regarding their child’s skin color.
“You speak to most black folks and they’ll say, ‘Yeah, so what?'” Barnes, a father of seven, told the Sunday Times Magazine. That’s something I’d expect the family to discuss.
“People will constantly be curious about the baby’s appearance and whether it will be dark. If you listen to Meghan, it’s not about them [the anonymous royals]worrying about whether the baby is dark or not; it’s about how the public will react.
“They know that if the infant is excessively dark, the public will not view it favorably.” They’re attempting to be realistic. Let’s not pretend that the public doesn’t care if the baby is blond-haired and blue-eyed or jet black.” On Saturday, St Paul’s Cathedral will host a service of thanksgiving for the Queen’s reign.
Across the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man, the Channel Islands, and foreign territories, beacons will be illuminated.
The conclusion on Sunday will involve a massive Jubilee procession around the city honoring the Queen’s life, with up to 6,500 artists expected to take part.
Amazing celebrations to honor the Queen’s 70 years on the throne will include giant marionettes, fanciful monsters, and circus performers.
Next year, on June 5, a pageant will be held as part of… Brinkwire Brief News.