Meghan Markle latest news – Prince Harry's 'true feelings' to royals during Oprah chat shown by gestures, expert claims

A BODY language expert has claimed that Prince Harry made a gesture at the end of his Oprah Winfrey interview that showed his true feelings towards the Royal Family.

Speaking on his YouTube channel, Jesus Enrique Rosas said Harry began to laugh as the credits started, before catching himself and allegedly mimicking sadness.

He said: “You’ll be surprised by how someone’s real attitude and emotions can show when they think the cameras are not rolling anymore. And, Harry and Meghan are not an exception.

“Saying that Harry was forced to do this [interview] doesn’t make sense, because how come he was laughing at the end?

“So, going back to the clip at the end of Oprah’s interview and after doing a systemic analysis of intentions, and what has happened since then – realising that Harry has been absolutely in control of his actions all this time."

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    Mimicking sadness

    A body language expert has claimed that Prince Harry made a gesture at the end of his Oprah Winfrey interview that showed his true feelings towards the Royal Family.

    Speaking on his YouTube channel, Jesus Enrique Rosas said Harry began to laugh as the credits started, before catching himself and allegedly mimicking sadness.

    He said: “You’ll be surprised by how someone’s real attitude and emotions can show when they think the cameras are not rolling anymore. And, Harry and Meghan are not an exception.

    “Saying that Harry was forced to do this [interview] doesn’t make sense, because how come he was laughing at the end?

    “So, going back to the clip at the end of Oprah’s interview and after doing a systemic analysis of intentions, and what has happened since then – realising that Harry has been absolutely in control of his actions all this time.”

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    A ‘dictorial’ falling out of sorts

    The brothers were said to be very close following the death of their mother but drifted apart as adults. Then came Meghan.

    William is said to have expressed doubts about how suitable Meghan Markle would be as Harry’s bride, it’s claimed, and Harry was reportedly offended by William’s comments and stood up for his wife-to-be.

    Then came Harry and Meghan moving away from William and Kate to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor. 

    There were reports of a “dictatorial” Harry allegedly taking issue with his brother, courtiers and servants for failing to “roll out the red carpet” for Meghan.

    And people were quick to point out that ­William and Kate had not visited ­Frogmore to see Archie until eight days after his birth.

    After that the relations went downhill.

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    Explained: What is Net Zero?

    Harry and Meghan have pledged they will work towards being completely carbon neutral by 2030 as everyone has to do their bit to save the planet.

    So, here’s what does the term ‘net zero’ mean?

    Under the Paris climate change agreement, hundreds of countries agreed to end emitting any more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

    Greenhouse gases are chemicals like Carbon dioxide and nitric oxide which cannot escape the Earth’s atmosphere – forming a layer at the outer edge which traps heat inside – hence ‘global warming’.

    No individual is subject to the agreement – but many companies and high profile people are making the pledge to do their bit.

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    Commitment to Net Zero

    PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle have pledged to go completely carbon neutral after being slammed over their use of private jets.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have reportedly taken at least 21 private jets in the last two years despite preaching about going green.

    But now the couple have committed to becoming net zero by 2030, meaning that they will stop using the fuel guzzling private planes.

    To mark the COP26 conference in Glasgow, which was attended by Prince Charles and Prince William, the couple have committed to “solutions for our climate crisis.”

    Posting on Archewell, they have vowed to continue their “long-standing commitment to the planet” and state that the company will also be working towards the same goal.

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    Meghan Markle could be president, her half-brother has claimed

    Thomas Markle Jr, 55, says the politics-savvy Duchess of Sussex shares the same “determination and drive” as other presidential hopefuls.

    In an interview amid his appearance on Australia’s Big Brother VIP, Thomas Jr told New Idea Magazine: “She obviously has that personality, and that determination and drive, it wouldn’t surprise me.

    “I just know, whatever endeavour she endures and puts her hands on she will do good things.

    “I wish her the best of luck, but absolutely if that’s what she’s going to put her sights on, she’ll go for it.”

    She would hardly be the first celebrity occupant of the White House.

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    Meghan Markle’s cold-call

    The Duchess of Sussex lobbied Republican senators by calling them with a withheld number in an attempt to include paid parental leave in a Bill by the US government.

    Meghan apparently called senators Shelley Moore Capito and Susan Collins on a withheld number, when they answered the phone they were told: “This is Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex.”

    Now, an American senator has mocked Meghan Markle saying she’s “more interested” in what her constituents have to say after the Duchess of Sussex cold-called her.

    Senator Capito said she was the wheel when her phone went.

    “I’m in my car. I’m driving. It says ‘caller ID blocked’,” the senator recounted.

    Senator for Maine Collins continued to say: “Much to my surprise, she called me on my private line and she introduced herself as the Duchess of Sussex, which is kind of ironic.

    “I was happy to talk with her, but I’m more interested in what the people of Maine are telling me about it.”

    Apparently, The Duchess had been given their mobile numbers by Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.

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    Royal news you may have missed

    • We shared how Prince Harry had poster of Halle Berry on his wall at school while Wills preferred blondes, says author.
    • Meanwhile, William used to smother Harry in kisses as a young boy and showed him off proudly like his ‘favourite toy’.
    • And Kate Middleton was known as ‘Fit Kate’ by pals and lads were jealous of people who dated her.

    What are these? Asks Harry

    WHEN Prince Harry left behind his palace upbringing to join the military, his eyes were opened in more ways than one, claims a royal author. 

    For starters, the 20-year-old prince was given some common everyday items he had never used before.

    According to Robert Lacey’s biography Battle of Brothers, Harry enjoyed living life “just like everyone else.”

    The royal author wrote: “That summer of 2005 saw the perpetual ‘spare’ setting off to the Royal Military Academy to start his officer training. 

    “On arrival, along with every other cadet, Harry had his head completely shaved and was assigned a room not much larger or different in character than a prison cell. 

    “He was given his own iron and ironing board, which he had never used before – and he later admitted that Sandhurst was the first time in his life that he wielded a lavatory brush.”

    The prince’s day would start at 5am, when he would jump out of bed with his fellow cadets to tidy his belongings and brush his teeth.

    At 6am, Harry, who was known as Cadet Wales, would sing the national anthem with lyrics about his Grandma with his fellows.

    Harry said of his time: “I wasn’t a prince. I was just Harry.”

    Time to talk (continued)

    Asked who would be on the deposition list, Ms Giuffre’s lawyer David Boies said: “Certainly, the parties.

    “In addition, there are a number of potential witnesses.

    “I think we will be prepared to start some of the depositions relatively promptly. But some of the ones we may not identify for two months.”

    Mr Boies said two witnesses in the UK may have to be compelled to give testimony.

    The Prince’s lawyer Andrew Brettler said he was “not ruling out the possibility” of making a similar request to the judge.

    Last week Sigrid McCawley, another lawyer for 38-year-old Ms Giuffre, suggested Andrew’s ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, and their two daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie, could be asked to sit for a deposition.

    Andrew strongly denies all the accusations he faces.

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      Andrew could be forced to talk after all

      PRINCE Andrew faces being grilled about his sex accuser Virginia Giuffre under oath for the first time.

      He will be asked to give a written deposition over her claims, a court in New York heard yesterday.

      It was also told that as many as 24 witnesses — up to 12 from each side — will be required to give similar statements in the US civil case.

      This will be followed by a jury trial, expected to take place between September and December next year, US District Judge Lewis Kaplan said.

      Andrew, 61, is accused of sexually assaulting Ms ­Giuffre in New York, London and the Caribbean.

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      Prince Andrew faces questioning in WEEKS

      Prince Andrew faces being quizzed over rape allegations in weeks, followed by a court showdown with his accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre as early as next September.

      District Judge Lewis Kaplan spoke to lawyers for both sides to set a trial date days after rejecting the royal’s bid to have the case thrown out.

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      When Charles met Leo – and Stella (continued)

      In Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery a masked DiCaprio looked at McCartney’s seemingly normal luxury handbags made from vegan, lab-grown mushroom leather and futuristic vegan football boots the designer created in collaboration with Manchester United star Paul Pogba and Adidas.

      He left the main hall where the exhibition was staged before Charles arrived and after the prince viewed the items he was introduced to the film star in a quiet area of the gallery.

      Before taking her seat on stage, the designer said Charles found her exhibition “enlightening and inspiring”.

      She added: “I want to highlight my industry and call it out, we’re one of the most harmful industries in the world to the environment and what I’m doing here is trying to provide sustainable solutions and technologies and a better way of doing things.”

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      When Charles meet Leo

      Prince Charles met Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio at Cop26 after viewing an exhibit of Stella McCartney’s sustainable fashion.

      DiCaprio chatted privately with Charles after they were separately given a guided tour by the designer of her innovative sustainable garments and accessories dubbed the “Future of Fashion”.

      The actor’s appearance at Cop26 caused a buzz around the UN climate conference in Glasgow when rumours surfaced on Tuesday that he was attending, and the actor was finally spotted.

      He is a climate change campaigner, working on a number of documentaries about animal poaching and the environment, and was appointed a United Nations representative on climate change in 2014.

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      Harry’s military career (continued)

      February 2008 the MoD confirmed Harry had been secretly deployed to Helmand Province in Afghanistan.

      During his time there it is believed he helped Gurkha troops repel an attack from Taliban insurgents and undertook patrols.

      In October 2008 it was announced he wanted to fly military helicopters and eventually qualified in May 2010 – and in April 2011 Harry was promoted to the rank of Captain.

      In September 2012 Harry was sent to Camp Bastion in southern Afghanistan with the Army Air Corps on a 20-week tour.

      At the end of his military career he was seconded to the Australian Defence Force and in June 2015 Harry’s military career came to an end.

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      Harry’s military career

      Harry, Duke of Sussex, had the service number 564673 and was not just there to make up the numbers but performed two tours of Afghanistan, picking up a number of gongs along the way.

      After completing his Sandhurst training Harry joined the Blues and Royals in April 2006.

      There was a big debate when it was announced in 2006 Harry’s unit would be deployed to Iraq the following year whether or not he should be sent to the front line.

      It was eventually announced Harry would not be sent due to the security risk, with Harry publicly airing his disappointment but adding he would abide by the decision.

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      ‘Always room for hope’

      The Queen has issued a rallying call for nations to come to together to fight climate change.

      No doubt calling on memories of the Allies fight against the Axis powers during World War Two, she reminded world leaders there is “always room for hope” when they are united.

      In the message to COP26, recorded on Friday: she also said: “None of us underestimates the challenges ahead.

      “But history has shown that when nations come together in common cause, there is always room for hope.

      “Working side by side, we have the ability to solve the most insurmountable problems and to triumph over the greatest of adversities.”

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      Who play William and Harry in the Crown?

      Back in September, the Sun revealed producers had found two unknown actors to portray William and Harry in the fifth series.

      They made a brief appearance in series four played by Arran Tinker and Lucas Barber Grant during a scene while they were in a car with their mother – then played by Emma Corrin.

      Seven-year-old Teddy Hawley will play the young royal, while Timothee Sambor, 11, will appear as his older brother Prince William.

      The series is expected to cover the period from around 1990 to Diana’s death in 1997 which coincided with the final implosion of Charles and Diana’s marriage.

      William and Harry, although their parents were united in a desire to protect them, were inevitably caught in the crossfire and only time will tell if how the producers will seek to portray it.

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      ‘Hypocritical’ Harry (continued)

      Baker said Harry and Meghan took 18 private jet trips in the 12 months from January 2019 to January 2020.

      The pair have reportedly taken at least 21 private jets in the last two years, including one trip from Canada to LA when they first moved to America in March 2020.

      A flight on a private jet from New York to California is estimated to produce 17 tons of carbon ­emissions.

      The Sun revealed in 2019 that the pair had taken six of ten round trips on private jets since getting married the previous year.

      It included a flight to Italy for a Google climate change summit, as well as trips to Ibiza and Nice.

      Harry also took a private plane home to California after a polo tournament for his Sentebale charity in Aspen, Colorado, in August.

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      Prince Harry slammed as ‘hypocritical’

      Former government minister Norman Baker, 64, told Newsweek: “It’s completely hypocritical for Prince Harry or other members of the royal family to lecture people about climate change when they’re emitting more carbon than almost everyone else on the planet.

      “People using private jets are in the top one percent of carbon emitters in the world.

      “Prince Harry needs to stop using private jets or if he wants to use private jets he needs to stop lecturing people on climate change.

      “It is not particularly challenging to get a flight from New York to California – people do it all the time.”

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      Queen has ‘firm intention’ to attend Remembrance Day

      Insiders says it is the Queen’s “firm intention” to attend the Remembrance Day service at the Cenotaph on November 14.

      Prince Charles will lay a wreath on behalf of his mother, as he has done in recent years, with the plan for her to again watch from a nearby balcony.

      Prince Philip also watched the ceremony from the balcony in the last few years of his life as he was himself a WWII veteran.

      One source said: “That’s just unmissable, as far as the Queen is concerned.

      “It is one of her most sacred duties.”

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      What happened when the last monarch died?

      Few people remember when King George VI died in February 1952.

      Although the king’s death was sudden he had been ailing for sometime.

      Famously the then-Princess Elizabeth was on a Royal tour in Kenya with Prince Philip when they got the call saying she was now Queen.

      She rushed back to London to be with her mother and sister who went into official mourning.

      The following year Elizabeth was crowned in the very first televised coronation in British history.

      But it seems like the Royals want Prince Charles to be better prepared and elaborate plans are now in place for when Elizabeth does eventually pass away.

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      Why are the Royals planning the succession so carefully?

      Her Majesty is the UK’s longest reigning monarch and few alive today will remember a time before she was on the throne.

      Her own accession was sudden after the death of her father – she was famously on a Royal tour in Kenya at the time and had to rush back. She is remains one of the few monarchs to have ever inherited the Crown while not physically in the British Isles.

      As result there have been years of complex planning for what happens when she dies and Charles becomes King.

      As laid out by the Guardian in 2017, it will be a mixture of tradition and politics. Some of the steps include a slightly bizarre sounding ritual where the family will kiss Prince Charles’ hands to accept his rule as well as days of official mourning and an address to the nation.

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      A soldier’s life

      The prince’s day would start at 5am, when he would jump out of bed with his fellow cadets to tidy his belongings and brush his teeth.

      At 6am, Harry, who was known as Cadet Wales, would sing the national anthem with lyrics about his Grandma with his fellows.

      Harry said of his time: “I wasn’t a prince. I was just Harry.”

      Harry had a decade-long distinguished military career, rising to the rank of Captain.

      Harry, Duke of Sussex, had the service number 564673 and was not just there to make up the numbers but performed two tours of Afghanistan, picking up a number of gongs along the way.

      The titles he earned during his ten years in the Army are not affected by his decision to step back as a senior royal.

      However, Harry’s positions as Captain General of the Royal Marines, Honorary Air Commandant of RAF Honington and Commodore-in-Chief, Small Ships and Diving were taken away when he left the Royal Family, pending the review.

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      Prince Harry had never used an IRON before he joined the military

      WHEN Prince Harry left behind his palace upbringing to join the military, his eyes were opened in more ways than one, claims a royal author. 

      For starters, the 20-year-old prince was given some common everyday items he had never used before.

      According to Robert Lacey’s biography Battle of Brothers, Harry enjoyed living life “just like everyone else.”

      The royal author wrote: “That summer of 2005 saw the perpetual ‘spare’ setting off to the Royal Military Academy to start his officer training. 

      “On arrival, along with every other cadet, Harry had his head completely shaved and was assigned a room not much larger or different in character than a prison cell. 

      “He was given his own iron and ironing board, which he had never used before – and he later admitted that Sandhurst was the first time in his life that he wielded a lavatory brush.”

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      What happens to Harry’s family after the succession? (Continued)

      The biggest change will be for Archie and Lilibeth who will now become the grandchildren of a king. This will mean they are automatically entitled to call themselves a prince and princess.

      William’s children were given a special letters patent to be styled as princes by the Queen – as she is their great-grandmother they do not get it automatically -but Meghan alleged they were told Archie would not be given the same privilege in their Oprah interview.

      It is unclear whether the children will ever use those titles as their parents have stated they wish their children be raised as private citizens.

      Meghan’s title will be unchanged. It is unclear whether she will return for the funeral or the coronation. She did not attend Prince Philip’s funeral in April but she was very pregnant at the time and likely could not travel.

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