The Queen called for Meghan and Harry’s titles to be removed after a television interview.


The Queen called for Meghan and Harry’s titles to be removed after a television interview.

Following Meghan’s appearance on the US talk show Ellen, royalists are pushing the Queen to depose the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Meghan opened up about her family life while promoting her new book ‘The Bench,’ but fans claim she “mocked British Royalty” by participating in a prank portion. Back in the UK, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Royal Variety Performance, where host Alan Carr raised eyebrows when complementing the “beautiful” Duchess and quipped that he wasn’t “hitting on his wife.”

Francesca Edwards and Steven Brown contributed additional reporting.

Prince Charles and his wife have just returned from a royal tour that included a few days in Jordan and a visit to Egypt.

The Duchess of Edinburgh was photographed in a veterinary center in Cairo that specializes in donkeys and horses.

The last time the princess visited the Brooke charity was in 2006, when she accepted the position of president of the institution.

“It’s something truly fantastic that we have her here after such a long time – 15 years since she joined us before,” Brooke’s CEO Abeer Shennawy remarked. “Every single member of the team is ecstatic.” Camilla was invited to officially launch the rebuilt hospital because of the facility’s strong ties to the United Kingdom.


The Duchess of Cambridge took part in an interview on the Ellen Show, which is currently in its final season.

After her appearance on the show, the 40-year-fans old’s showered her with love.

“Our American Princess shone brightly today, as she does every day,” Eternal Women tweeted.

“She isn’t ashamed of how far she’s come or how hard she worked to get here.

“She instills in us the belief that we can all achieve our goals.”

Following her participation on the broadcast, host and weatherman Alex Beresford lauded the Duchess.

“Meghan Markle could have gone on Ellen and sat silent, and her detractors would have heard her say something and be talking about her today,” he tweeted.

“The Duchess keeps a lot of people in the loop.”


According to royal scholar Dickie Arbiter, the “walkabout,” which is usually attributed to the Queen, was really established by Queen Mary.

Now, practically every public royal event seems to include a “walkabout,” where members of the royal family meet well-wishers gathering on the streets.

“Brinkwire Summary News” was the only thing royal observers could see before that.


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