Meghan Markle news latest: Prince Harry & Duchess 'don't have room to heal' Royal rift & couple have 'lost relevancy'

PRINCE Harry & Meghan 'have no time to heal' their relationship with the Royal Family and have become 'irrelevant', experts claim.

The pair moved to Montecito, California after quitting the Royal Family and made a series of sensational claims in a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey

Royal expert Kinsey Schofield said: “I don’t think that there’s any room to heal at this point because there’s so much pushback from the Sussexes".

“I just feel like there’s so much animosity right now that they’re considered outsiders," she told Express.co.uk.

Meanwhile, another expert believes the couple has now "lost their relevancy" since cutting their ties with the Firm.

Pauline Maclaran, professor of marketing and consumer research at Royal Holloway, University of London, has now claimed that the Duke and Duchess “need to really top up their associations with royalty”.

She described how they “really are nobodies in the US” without the Royal Family label, which will cause them issues in their new home “where they’re trying to establish themselves”.

Their “high profile” across the Atlantic, Professor Maclaran claimed, “is really because of their titles and their associations with British royalty”.

She told the Sun: “But the high profile is really because of their titles and their associations with British royalty.”

Read our Meghan Markle live blog below for the latest news…

  • Louis Allwood

    What does archetype mean?

    The word archetype first entered the English language around the 1540s and has Latin and Greek origins.

    An archetype is defined as a typical version of a thing or person.

    It means a classic, stereotype character from old stories and myths that have been passed down over the years.

    Example of these can be a hero, villain or lover.

    Psychologist Carl Jung theorized the word, saying: “There are forms or images of a collective nature which occur practically all over the earth as constituents of myths and at the same time, as individual products of unconscious.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Why has Meghan Markle tried to trademark 'archetypes'?

    The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, hopes to trademark the centuries old English word "archetypes", as she plans on using it for the name of her first round of podcasts on Spotify.

    Archewell Audio is one of the companies established by Prince Harry and Meghan, and made the application for exclusive use of the word at the US Patent and Trademark Office in March 2022.

    However, Meghan could face some challenges as a lot of other companies already use the word archetypes.

    Archetypes is set to launch this summer, hosted by Meghan who will be speaking to experts, historians and women who have experienced being typecast.

  • Louis Allwood

    Harry left in awkward silence

    An awkward wave of silence hit when the Invictus Games UK team was having a chat with Prince Harry.

    At the start Prince Harry cheered along with the team ahead of the Invictus Games which will start next week.

    Everyone stopped smiling shortly after Harry asked the captain of the team how she is feeling to be leading the "rowdy bunch" of athletes.

    Prince Harry asked Rachel Williamson: "Are you excited? Are you nervous?"

    Ms Williamson replied that she feels indeed both excited and nervous, after a "very long journey" to get where she is now, and continued by praising the team and everyone's efforts.

    Prince Harry asked the crowd: "Is everyone excited or are people nervous?"

    Without knowing how to respond, the members of the team sat there in silence for an awkward moment, but this was followed my some more cheering.

  • Louis Allwood

    Royal expert weighs in on Prince Harry 'not marrying' Meghan Markle comment

    A royal commentator has weighed in on claims that Prince Philip had warned Prince Harry of marrying Meghan Markle.

    In the past, unsubstantiated reports claimed the Duke of Edinburgh disapproved of Harry and Meghan’s relationship when the pair first dated.

    Neil Sean has debunked the allegation that Philip had told Harry, “one steps out with actresses, one doesn’t marry them”, when he started dating Meghan as “simply not true”.

    The royal expert discussed the claim in a video on his YouTube channel.

    He told viewers: “That particular quote comes from way back in the 1940s, early 50s, when Prince Philip was – according to the gossip columns – becoming overly friendly with an actress at the time called Pat Kirkwood.”

    Mr Sean went on to say: “Somebody has found that quote, put it towards him and Harry; it simply didn’t take place. And I’ve had that verified by a very close source to the late Duke.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Harry's awkward moment during video call

    Prince Harry held a video chat with the Invictus Games UK team, but despite speaking to the Prince there were awkward silences throughout the call.

    Shortly after The Duke asked the captain of the team how she is feeling to be leading the "rowdy bunch" of athletes, the room was filled with awkwardness.

    Prince Harry told Rachel Williamson: "So far it seems like you are doing well, but the fact that they are all sitting down…" – to which she chuckled.

    And he went on asking: "Are you excited? Are you nervous?"

    Ms Williamson replied that she feels indeed both excited and nervous, after a "very long journey" to get where she is now.

    Prince Harry sensed the silence and then asked the crowd: "Is everyone excited or are people nervous?"

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan 'likely to raise eyebrows' with trademark move

    A royal expert has claimed that Meghan Markle will "likely raise eyebrows" with her latest legal move as she applied to trademark the word "archetypes".

    Daily Mail Diary Editor Richard Eden warned Meghan on Twitter: "The Duchess of Sussex's latest legal move is likely to raise eyebrows.”

    In an article for the newspaper, the royal expert also claimed: "Meghan could face a legal challenge from companies that use the word in their names, such as the skincare and cleaning products business Archetypes, which has already established a trademark."

  • Louis Allwood

    Prince Philip's blunt advice to Prince Harry

    It has been revealed that Prince Harry received some very blunt advice from Prince Philip before he went to Afghanistan.

    In the documentary Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers, Harry recalled that his grandfather told him: "Make sure you come back alive."

    Harry told the documentary: "Going off to Afghanistan, he was very matter of fact and just said, 'Make sure you come back alive…'

    "Then when I came back, there wasn't a deep level of discussion, more a case of, 'Well you made it. How was it?' That's how he was.

    "He was very much a listener, he sort of set the scene for you to be able to share as much as you wanted to share but he would never probe."

    Philip served in the Royal Navy in his youth and undertook service in the Mediterranean and Pacific during World War 2.
    And Harry served in the army for ten years, rising to the rank of Captain.

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan pens emotional letter to pal who died suddenly

    MEGHAN Markle has shared an emotional letter written to a friend who died suddenly.

    In the letter Duchess of Sussex paid tribute to the legacy of Oli Juste, an animal behaviourist who introduced her to an animal charity.

    The introduction led her to becoming the patron of the animal charity Mayhew.

    Meghan said that on January 15 “my beloved friend Oli tragically and very suddenly passed away”.

    “It has left me, and so many others, heartbroken and reflective—knowing that the legacy he leaves for our furry friends is beautifully simple: just love them. Especially those left behind or forgotten.”

    Read more of her letter here.

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan and Harry hiring £35ph alarm technician

    It has been reported that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s security business is looking for a £35-per-hour alarm specialist.

    The lucky candidate may even get the chance to pay a visit to the Sussexes’ Montecito mansion in California as the job advertises for it to be “on-site.”

    The job posting is looking for “motivated team players with substantial expertise and training in low voltage electronics".

    And, the best part is that the advertised income is between $45 and $55 per hour – which equates to about £35 to £42 per hour.

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan & Harry's Archewell reveals ‘devastating’ statistics

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's organisation Archewell has been highly praised. The organisation put the spotlight on a new report which focused on the "devastating" impact Covid has had on women.

    Highlighting the new report by the National Women's Law Center (NWLC), they said: "Last week, our friends at the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) released a new report that provides a timely snapshot of the continuing, multi-faceted impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women and mothers.

    "While men have returned to the workforce at pre-pandemic levels, the report finds 1.1 million fewer women are in the [US] labor force today than in February 2020.

    "NWLC also draws on new, national survey data to detail the disproportionate mental, economic, and health burdens on women — particularly among Black women, Latinas, and other women of color, who as a result of the pandemic, are more likely to be managing caregiving responsibilities, navigating loss of household income, dealing with food insecurity, and battling mental health struggles."

    "NWLC also draws on new, national survey data to detail the disproportionate mental, economic, and health burdens on women — particularly among Black women, Latinas, and other women of color, who as a result of the pandemic, are more likely to be managing caregiving responsibilities, navigating loss of household income, dealing with food insecurity, and battling mental health struggles."

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan markle latest

    • A royal expert has claimed that Meghan Markle will “likely raise eyebrows” with her latest legal move as she applied to trademark the word “archetypes”.
    • Prince Harry held a video chat with the Invictus Games UK team, but despite speaking to the Prince there were awkward silences throughout the call.
    • Prince Harry is likely to return to the UK without his wife Meghan Markle, according to a royal expert. 
    • It has been revealed that Prince Harry received some very blunt advice from Prince Philip before he went to Afghanistan, with his grandfather saying, “Make sure you come back alive.”

    The Crown bosses start hunt for ‘stunning’ Kate Middleton lookalike

    THEY’VE just put out a casting call for actors to play Princes William and Harry in the final series of The Crown — now the show’s creators are set to do the same for Kate Middleton.

    The sixth season covers the period from 1997 into the early Noughties, which is when the future king and queen first met at St Andrew’s University.

    But as Kate would only be a relatively small supporting role, the casting team only want to feature her if they can find an actress who captures her English Rose looks.

    A TV insider said: “Having the Duchess of Cambridge starring is an easy win for The Crown, as the creators know it will get more people watching.

    “Particularly as it will show her relationship with William just as their romance starts to blossom when they were both students.

    “But since she’s not necessarily a crucial part of the storyline, Kate’s presence is essentially a bonus, they’ll only cast someone if they can find the right candidate.”

    Death plan for Queen leaked by Welsh government

    An inquiry has begun after official documents about what will happen when the Queen dies were leaked by the Welsh government.

    The correspondence and a pamphlet marked “official sensitive” were sent to a member of the public.

    The leak included a civil servant expressing concern that a UK news website had published confidential information.

    Dr Goodall, the Welsh government‘s most senior civil servant said: the government took “issue of information and data security very seriously.

    “Whilst the email did not contain any operational information, it was marked ‘official sensitive’ and should not have been shared.

    “We take the issue of information and data security very seriously and this is now being investigated as a potential security breach.”

    Will and Harry are still tight, but Harry’s cutting it close

    Charles and Will were reportedly angry with Harry for ‘putting words in their mouths’.

    Harry and Meghan were famously interviewed by Oprah last year during which Harry spoke of feeling trapped.

    Referring to his father and brother and their line to the throne he said: “My father and my brother are trapped. They don’t get to leave, and I have huge compassion for that.”

    However, royal expert and biographer, Robert Jobson disagrees.

    Speaking on podcast, Royally US, Jobson said: “I think Harry was putting words into his father and his brother’s mouths, and maybe making an assessment based upon his feelings.

    “They were both very angry about that, both Charles and William. I don’t think it’s true, I don’t think he felt trapped in any way.”

    Harry likely to return to the UK without Meghan

    Prince Harry is likely to return to the UK without his wife Meghan Markle, according to a royal expert. 

    Speaking to the Express's Royal Round-Up, Richard Palmer said: "I think he needs to stay onboard publically at least with the Queen.

    "He has been very clear in trying to distinguish between criticism he and Meghan have made of the institution with criticism of the Queen. 

    "I think they have avoided criticising the Queen."

    • Louis Allwood

      What does archetype mean?

      The word archetype first entered the English language around the 1540s and has Latin and Greek origins.

      An archetype is defined as a typical version of a thing or person.

      It means a classic, stereotype character from old stories and myths that have been passed down over the years.

      Example of these can be a hero, villain or lover.

      Psychologist Carl Jung theorized the word, saying: “There are forms or images of a collective nature which occur practically all over the earth as constituents of myths and at the same time, as individual products of unconscious.”

    • Louis Allwood

      Why has Meghan Markle tried to trademark 'archetypes'?

      The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, hopes to trademark the centuries old English word "archetypes", as she plans on using it for the name of her first round of podcasts on Spotify.

      Archewell Audio is one of the companies established by Prince Harry and Meghan, and made the application for exclusive use of the word at the US Patent and Trademark Office in March 2022.

      However, Meghan could face some challenges as a lot of other companies already use the word archetypes.

      Archetypes is set to launch this summer, hosted by Meghan who will be speaking to experts, historians and women who have experienced being typecast.

    • Louis Allwood

      Harry left in awkward silence

      An awkward wave of silence hit when the Invictus Games UK team was having a chat with Prince Harry.

      At the start Prince Harry cheered along with the team ahead of the Invictus Games which will start next week.

      Everyone stopped smiling shortly after Harry asked the captain of the team how she is feeling to be leading the "rowdy bunch" of athletes.

      Prince Harry asked Rachel Williamson: "Are you excited? Are you nervous?"

      Ms Williamson replied that she feels indeed both excited and nervous, after a "very long journey" to get where she is now, and continued by praising the team and everyone's efforts.

      Prince Harry asked the crowd: "Is everyone excited or are people nervous?"

      Without knowing how to respond, the members of the team sat there in silence for an awkward moment, but this was followed my some more cheering.

    • Louis Allwood

      Royal expert weighs in on Prince Harry 'not marrying' Meghan Markle comment

      A royal commentator has weighed in on claims that Prince Philip had warned Prince Harry of marrying Meghan Markle.

      In the past, unsubstantiated reports claimed the Duke of Edinburgh disapproved of Harry and Meghan’s relationship when the pair first dated.

      Neil Sean has debunked the allegation that Philip had told Harry, “one steps out with actresses, one doesn’t marry them”, when he started dating Meghan as “simply not true”.

      The royal expert discussed the claim in a video on his YouTube channel.

      He told viewers: “That particular quote comes from way back in the 1940s, early 50s, when Prince Philip was – according to the gossip columns – becoming overly friendly with an actress at the time called Pat Kirkwood.”

      Mr Sean went on to say: “Somebody has found that quote, put it towards him and Harry; it simply didn’t take place. And I’ve had that verified by a very close source to the late Duke.”

    • Milica Cosic

      Harry's awkward moment during video call

      Prince Harry held a video chat with the Invictus Games UK team, but despite speaking to the Prince there were awkward silences throughout the call.

      Shortly after The Duke asked the captain of the team how she is feeling to be leading the "rowdy bunch" of athletes, the room was filled with awkwardness.

      Prince Harry told Rachel Williamson: "So far it seems like you are doing well, but the fact that they are all sitting down…" – to which she chuckled.

      And he went on asking: "Are you excited? Are you nervous?"

      Ms Williamson replied that she feels indeed both excited and nervous, after a "very long journey" to get where she is now.

      Prince Harry sensed the silence and then asked the crowd: "Is everyone excited or are people nervous?"

    • Milica Cosic

      Meghan 'likely to raise eyebrows' with trademark move

      A royal expert has claimed that Meghan Markle will "likely raise eyebrows" with her latest legal move as she applied to trademark the word "archetypes".

      Daily Mail Diary Editor Richard Eden warned Meghan on Twitter: "The Duchess of Sussex's latest legal move is likely to raise eyebrows.”

      In an article for the newspaper, the royal expert also claimed: "Meghan could face a legal challenge from companies that use the word in their names, such as the skincare and cleaning products business Archetypes, which has already established a trademark."

    • Milica Cosic

      Prince Philip's blunt advice to Prince Harry

      It has been revealed that Prince Harry received some very blunt advice from Prince Philip before he went to Afghanistan.

      In the documentary Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers, Harry recalled that his grandfather told him: "Make sure you come back alive."

      Harry told the documentary: "Going off to Afghanistan, he was very matter of fact and just said, 'Make sure you come back alive…'

      "Then when I came back, there wasn't a deep level of discussion, more a case of, 'Well you made it. How was it?' That's how he was.

      "He was very much a listener, he sort of set the scene for you to be able to share as much as you wanted to share but he would never probe."

      Philip served in the Royal Navy in his youth and undertook service in the Mediterranean and Pacific during World War 2.
      And Harry served in the army for ten years, rising to the rank of Captain.

    • Milica Cosic

      Meghan pens emotional letter to pal who died suddenly

      MEGHAN Markle has shared an emotional letter written to a friend who died suddenly.

      In the letter Duchess of Sussex paid tribute to the legacy of Oli Juste, an animal behaviourist who introduced her to an animal charity.

      The introduction led her to becoming the patron of the animal charity Mayhew.

      Meghan said that on January 15 “my beloved friend Oli tragically and very suddenly passed away”.

      “It has left me, and so many others, heartbroken and reflective—knowing that the legacy he leaves for our furry friends is beautifully simple: just love them. Especially those left behind or forgotten.”

      Read more of her letter here.

      Oli died suddenly at the beginning of the yearCredit: https://www.instagram.com/olijustedogtrainer/
    • Milica Cosic

      Meghan & Harry's Archewell reveals ‘devastating’ statistics

      Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's organisation Archewell has been highly praised. The organisation put the spotlight on a new report which focused on the "devastating" impact Covid has had on women.

      Highlighting the new report by the National Women's Law Center (NWLC), they said: "Last week, our friends at the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) released a new report that provides a timely snapshot of the continuing, multi-faceted impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women and mothers.

      "While men have returned to the workforce at pre-pandemic levels, the report finds 1.1 million fewer women are in the [US] labor force today than in February 2020.

      "NWLC also draws on new, national survey data to detail the disproportionate mental, economic, and health burdens on women — particularly among Black women, Latinas, and other women of color, who as a result of the pandemic, are more likely to be managing caregiving responsibilities, navigating loss of household income, dealing with food insecurity, and battling mental health struggles."

      "NWLC also draws on new, national survey data to detail the disproportionate mental, economic, and health burdens on women — particularly among Black women, Latinas, and other women of color, who as a result of the pandemic, are more likely to be managing caregiving responsibilities, navigating loss of household income, dealing with food insecurity, and battling mental health struggles."

    • Milica Cosic

      Meghan and Harry hiring £35ph alarm technician

      It has been reported that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s security business is looking for a £35-per-hour alarm specialist.

      The lucky candidate may even get the chance to pay a visit to the Sussexes’ Montecito mansion in California as the job advertises for it to be “on-site.”

      The job posting is looking for “motivated team players with substantial expertise and training in low voltage electronics".

      And, the best part is that the advertised income is between $45 and $55 per hour – which equates to about £35 to £42 per hour.

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