Prince Charles news – Future king in SERIOUS trouble and risks trashing Queen Elizabeth's incredible legacy | The Sun

PRINCE Charles "risks trashing" the Queen's legacy on the throne amid allegations he accepted cash-stuffed bags from a rich Shiekh.

A charity watchdog is investigating how payments of €1million each — totalling more than £2.5million — were accepted by the heir to the throne during private meetings between 2011 and 2015, according to a Sunday Times report.

But critics say the heir apparent's recent behaviour risks damaging the Queen's remarkable legacy.

The newspaper says: "The outpouring of love for the Queen that characterised the Jubilee celebrations should not be misconstrued as unconditional support for the monarchy.

"If one family is to reign by birthright in the 21st century, it must recognise that it does so under licence from the public. It would be foolhardy for Charles to take that licence for granted.

"His mother has guarded it with care since 1953. There is a danger that her son will fray it if he continues his past pattern of behaviour on the throne."

The news comes after Her Majesty – who recently celebrated 70 years on the throne – weathered the storm of the assault allegations shoruding Prince Andrew.

The newspaper continued: "The Queen has steered the royal family — and the nation — through the vicissitudes of terror attacks, votes on Scottish independence and Brexit, Megxit, Covid and the scandals that have engulfed Prince Andrew. She has done so with deftness and a sharp awareness of her role’s boundaries."

Meanwhile, a royal expert says William and Kate are aware that Charles is "not a young spring chicken" amid growing calls for William to take over.

Royal reporter Charlies Lankston wrore: "He's [Charles] at that age that Elizabeth was when she became Queen.I don't think anyone is expecting Prince Charles to sit on the throne for decades."

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    Queen beams once again

    The Queen beamed in lilac today as she joined the Armed Forces for the act of loyalty Parade in Edinburgh.

    The ceremony took place in the palace gardens of Holyroodhouse this morning, celebrating Her Majesty’s visit to Scotland and mark her Platinum Jubilee.

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    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry hire Oscar-nominated director for Netflix show

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly hired an Oscar-nominated director to work on their Netflix show.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to have called in mega-lead Liz Garbus after working on the hotly anticipated docu-series for over a year.

    PageSix reports Garbus joined the couple for their trip in New York last September, where Harry was spotted with a microphone tucked into his clothing.

    The three-day trip included a stay at a luxury apartment at United Nations Plaza as well as a red carpet gala honouring veterans aboard the USS Intrepid in Manhattan.

    There was also a lunch at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey.

    Garbus, who was an executive producer on the Britney vs Spears documentary, was reportedly seen with colleagues smuggling camera equipment under coats and bags out of the UN digs while setting up and filming the Sussexes.

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    PR expert questions whether an opera interview would be a good idea

    UK-based PR expert Mark Borkowski said: “My advice would be to make sure she has a purpose and to help people.

    “I’m not sure what the world would feel about somebody who has generated so much money going into the public arena and continuing to fight her battle.

    “It’s more about others who have been through a similar struggle.

    “If she goes on a further money-making exercise would we have the same sympathy for her?”

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    ‘It is not impossible that Ms Giuffre will find herself on the chat-show sofa’

    Amber Melville-Brown, a reputation and media lawyer with Withersworldwide, said that “it is not impossible that Ms Giuffre will find herself on the chat-show sofa.”

    She said Oprah’s couch has “played host to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as they sat down very publicly to spill some private royal family beans in cozy tête-à-tête with the chat show queens and their millions of viewers.

    “Ironic if the next indentation in the sofa is made by Ms Giuffre, who is standing up for herself and others as the settlement statement says, has made such a lasting indentation in the reputation of Harry’s uncle Andrew.”

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    Prince Andrew’s sex attack accuser Virginia Giuffre is working with Monica Lewinsky’s PR

    Prince Andrew’s accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre is working with Monica Lewinsky’s PR to craft her image after her $14million settlement with the Duke.

    Ms Giuffre, 38, is being represented by New York-based Dini von Mueffling, The Sun can reveal.

    PR experts said she could now follow the example of the former White House intern who had an affair with Bill Clinton and has rehabilitated her image.

    After settling her case with the Duke, Giuffre was said to have been subject to a gagging order until The Queen’s Jubilee took place in June 2022.

    Giuffre has the right to make a statement at the sentencing of Ghislaine Maxwell on June 28.

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