Meghan Markle latest news – Pregnant Duchess and Harry will BREAK UP after getting married too quickly, 'insider' claims

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry’s marriage  “won’t last as they rushed in”, claims Prince Andrew’s former love interest Lady Victoria Hervey.

The British socialite, 44, says the courtship between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was “way too short”, and she predicted Meghan, 39, would always end up “wanting to be in America.”

Lady Victoria, who is the daughter of the 6th Marquess of Bristol, told Closer magazine: “I think Harry and Meghan’s courtship was way too short. I just don’t see it lasting.

“I remember just before their wedding, I thought, ‘They’ll get married, have a few kids… And she will end up wanting to be in America’.”

Read our live blog below for the very latest updates on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry…

  • John Hall

    CHARLES TOOK IMMEDIATE SHINE TO MEGHAN WHEN THEY FIRST MET

    Charles took an immediate shine to Meghan when they first met.

    They both shared a passion for holistic medicine, and Charles was reportedly impressed with Meghan’s interest in British military history.

    Charles even walked Meghan down the aisle at her wedding after her dad Thomas was unable to attend.

  • John Hall

    THE SECRET MESSAGE MEGHAN MARKLE IS SENDING BY SPLASHING HER £120M FORTUNE

    WHEN Meghan Markle joined the Royal family, her style seemed instantly accessible, with a wardrobe that mixed high end fashion with the affordable and sustainable – especially when it came to jewellery.

    But the latest picture of the Duchess of Sussex – wearing £25,000 worth of gold – suggests she also has an eye for the blisteringly expensive.

    Appearing at the Vax Live conference over the weekend, where she discussed the effect of the pandemic on women, she wore a £5,000 Cartier bracelet, Princess Diana’s £17,800 Cartier watch and a £2,361 gold bangle.

    The mum-to-be also included her usual message piece – a women's power necklace at the more affordable price of £102 – but the Caroline Herrera dress was no snip at £1,200.

    Now an expert believes that Meghan's whole outfit suggests she feels happier about splashing the cash now she’s freed from the taxpayers' purse strings.

  • John Hall

    QUEEN SPOKE TO ARCHIE OVER ZOOM ON HIS BIRTHDAY

    Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made the move to the US last year with their son Archie, it’s believed the family have kept in regular contact with the Queen via Zoom.

    And not missing out on the Archie’s second birthday this week, the 95-year-old monarch is said to have marked the occasion speaking with her great-grandson over video chat.

    And according to sources, the young royal, who now has quite the vocabulary, “speaks with a distinct American accent” just like his mum Meghan, Mirror reports.

    Since Meghan and Harry moved to California last year, royal fans haven’t seen much of their son Archie.

  • John Hall

    MEGHAN SLAMS ‘SURGE IN GENDER BASED VIOLENCE’

    Meghan Markle has slammed the “surge in gender-based violence” and “new obstacles that “have reversed so much progress for women in the workplace”.

    She claimed the world is at an “inflection point for gender equity”, and told viewers that “women, and especially women of colour, have seen a generation of economic gain wiped out”, while speaking via video message for the Vax Live concert.

    The duchess added: “But if we work together to bring vaccines to every country and continent, insist that vaccines are equitably distributed and fairly priced, and ensure that governments around the world are donating their additional vaccines to countries in need, then we can begin to fully rebuild.

    “Not only to restore us to where we were before, but to go further, and rapidly advance the conditions, opportunity, and mobility for women everywhere.”

  • John Hall

    ROYAL GIVEAWAY

    Meghan and Prince Harry donated diapers, supplies, and other items in celebration of Mother’s Day.

    The couple donated those supplies to Harvest Home, an organization that caters to homeless pregnant women and their babies. 

    “Today, we are thrilled to have the support of Archewell Foundation, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and Procter & Gamble, who are donating diapers, cleaning supplies, and other essential items to ensure that the moms and babies at Harvest Home are celebrated all throughout the year,' the caption of the post reads,” the organization said on Instagram.

    The Instagram announcement included a letter from Markle who hailed the organization’s work. 

  • John Hall

    STAR STUDDED

    Prince Harry will chat to Lady Gaga and actress Glenn Close for his new mental health series with Oprah Winfrey.

    'The Me You Can’t See' will finally launch on May 21 on Apple TV+ after being delayed due to a combination of Megxit and Covid restrictions.

    The Duke of Sussex, who co-produced the series with Oprah, today said: "we're all human" while speaking of "unresolved traumas" ahead of its launch.

    He said he hopes his latest project shows "there is power in vulnerability".

  • John Hall

    SOAP DEAL

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have teamed up with a US consumer goods giant 28 years after the Duchess complained about the company's "very sexist" advert

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Archewell Foundation today announced the multi-year global partnership with Procter & Gamble.

    When she was 11, Meghan wrote to Procter & Gamble to object to sexism in a dish soap commercial which included the line: “Mothers around America are fighting greasy pots and pans.”

    She appeared in an interview with Nick News in 1993 to talk about her campaign, saying she was “furious” at the advert for P&G’s Ivory Clear, adding: “When they heard this, the boys in my class started saying, ‘Yeah, that’s where women belong – in the kitchen’.”

    More on the story here.

  • John Hall

    CONTINUED – SOMETHING IN THE HEIR

    Meanwhile, the journalist added that the Duke "expects" to have critics, because of the "very public stance" he has made about the media and the Royal Family.

    "He has accepted this," she said, "and it is this acceptance that has set him free, in many ways".

    "He is no longer living in fear of the repercussions of existing as himself, as he wants and needs to be.

    "He knows he has made mistakes – who among us hasn’t? – but he now sees that the most efficient way to live is truthfully, and not just by the expectations of others."

  • John Hall

    SOMETHING IN THE HEIR

    Prince Harry feels spiritually at home in California, his media pal Bryony Gordon has claimed.

    The journalist and author, 40, said The Duke of Sussex has been "set free" in many ways and doesn't have to "live by the expectations of others" in the US.

    Bryony is an award-winning mental health advocate, who Harry, 36, chose to speak to for his first interview about his mental health struggles on her Mad World podcast in 2017.

    Writing in The Telegraph, she said the duke, who is currently living in a $14million mansion in Montecito, has found a "sense of purpose" with his new life in the States. 

    She said: "The anger of the past has gone, and it has been replaced with a sense of purpose.

    "California is not just Harry’s physical home for now – it is also his spiritual one, where nobody thinks anything of openly discussing their struggles." 

  • John Hall

    CONTINUED – SUSSEX SPLIT

    Royal author Duncan Larcome told Fabulous: “Whether William and Kate like it or not, they are now international players in a transatlantic popularity contest with their own flesh and blood. 

    “Harry and Meghan have shown that modern royalty will only survive if it is absolutely at the cutting edge of social media and their profiles play into the narrative of the cult of the celebrity. 

    “Which is a complete change from the era of Prince Philip. It was never about the royals, it was about the causes, never complain, never explain, ignore questions about you and make it about your causes.”

  • John Hall

    SUSSEX SPLIT

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are competing in a “petty transatlantic popularity contest” with Kate Middleton and Prince William, claims a royal expert.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have launched a string of projects since stepping down as senior royals, including Meghan’s new book and starting their Archewell podcast.

    Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also appear to have embarked on a rebranding in the last few months, with the launch of their new YouTube channel and change of Instagram name. 

  • John Hall

    NO WORDS

    Princes Harry and William aren't talking despite reconnecting at Prince Philip's funeral, a royal expert claims.

    The brothers were seen exchanging words alongside Kate Middleton as they left St George's Chapel, Windsor last month.

    But despite meeting for the first time since Megxit their relationship remains a work in progress, it's claimed.

    Nick Bullen, editor-in-chief of True Royalty TV told US Weekly: "All of my sources tell me that they are not talking at the moment.

    "It’s pretty clear that the Duchess of Cambridge was doing her best to build the bridges.

    "Softly, softly seems to be the order of the day.”

  • John Hall

    CLOSE RELATIONSHIP

    Charles took an immediate shine to Meghan when they first met.

    They both shared a passion for holistic medicine, and Charles was reportedly impressed with Meghan’s interest in British military history.

    Charles even walked Meghan down the aisle at her wedding after her dad Thomas was unable to attend.

  • John Hall

    QUEEN SPOKE TO ARCHIE OVER ZOOM ON HIS BIRTHDAY

    Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made the move to the US last year with their son Archie, it’s believed the family have kept in regular contact with the Queen via Zoom.

    And not missing out on the Archie’s second birthday this week, the 95-year-old monarch is said to have marked the occasion speaking with her great-grandson over video chat.

    And according to sources, the young royal, who now has quite the vocabulary, “speaks with a distinct American accent” just like his mum Meghan, Mirror reports.

    Since Meghan and Harry moved to California last year, royal fans haven’t seen much of their son Archie.

  • John Hall

    MEG-A FLOP

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Vax Live concert was a ratings flop and was beaten by Elon Musk’s appearance on Saturday Night Live.

    The couple made an appearance on the special show billed as Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World which was designed to advocate and raise funds for Covid vaccines to be distributed fairly around the world.

    Besides the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a host of famous faces lent their time to the cause, including President Joe Biden and Jennifer Lopez.

    The hour-long show aired between 8 and 9pm on CBS and ABC but failed to impress viewers.

    More on the story here.

  • John Hall

    SPEEDY SUSSEX

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s marriage  “won’t last as they rushed in”, claims Prince Andrew’s former love interest Lady Victoria Hervey.

    The British socialite, 44, says the courtship between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was “way too short”, and she predicted Meghan, 39, would end up “wanting to be in America.”

    Lady Victoria, who is the daughter of the 6th Marquess of Bristol, said to Closer magazine: “I think Harry and Meghan’s courtship was way too short. I just don’t see it lasting.

    “I remember just before their wedding, I thought, ‘They’ll get married, have a few kids… And she will end up wanting to be in America’.”

  • John Hall

    HOW MUCH ARE THE CROWN JEWELS WORTH?

    The Crown Jewels is a collection of 140 ceremonial objects boasting a spectacular 23,578 precious gemstones.

    It is part of the wider Royal Collection and are a symbol of 800 years of British Monarchy.

    It includes the sovereign's coronation regalia, the largest set of regalia in the world and the only working set in Europe.

    The crown jewels are not insured against loss and are unlikely to ever be sold. They are officially priceless.

  • John Hall

    SOMETHING IN THE HEIR

    Prince Harry feels spiritually at home in California, his media pal Bryony Gordon has claimed.

    The journalist and author, 40, said The Duke of Sussex has been "set free" in many ways and doesn't have to "live by the expectations of others" in the US.

    Bryony is an award-winning mental health advocate, who Harry, 36, chose to speak to for his first interview about his mental health struggles on her Mad World podcast in 2017.

    Writing in The Telegraph, she said the duke, who is currently living in a $14million mansion in Montecito, has found a "sense of purpose" with his new life in the States. 

    She said: "The anger of the past has gone, and it has been replaced with a sense of purpose.

    "California is not just Harry’s physical home for now – it is also his spiritual one, where nobody thinks anything of openly discussing their struggles." 

  • John Hall

    ‘YOU’RE AMAZING’

    Prince Charles personally thanked NHS heroes who cared for the Duke of Edinburgh before his death.

    The Prince of Wales had a private meeting with staff at St Barts Hospital in London yesterday.

    Royal aides said Charles met a nurse, a consultant and a therapist, for around ten minutes.

    Professor Charles Knight, chief executive of St Barts, said afterwards the Prince had been keen to use his pre-planned visit to personally thank staff for what they did for his father.

    More on the story here.

  • John Hall

    MEG-A FLOP

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Vax Live concert was a ratings flop and was beaten by Elon Musk’s appearance on Saturday Night Live.

    The couple made an appearance on the special show billed as Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World which was designed to advocate and raise funds for Covid vaccines to be distributed fairly around the world.

    Besides the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a host of famous faces lent their time to the cause, including President Joe Biden and Jennifer Lopez.

    The hour-long show aired between 8 and 9pm on CBS and ABC but failed to impress viewers.

    Just 1.3million people tuned in to Vax Live on CBS and 1.7m watched it on ABC, while Dateline pulled in 2.7m viewers on NBC, which also aired at 8pm.

  • John Hall

    SUSSEX SPLIT

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are competing in a “petty transatlantic popularity contest” with Kate Middleton and Prince William, claims a royal expert.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have launched a string of projects since stepping down as senior royals, including Meghan’s new book and starting their Archewell podcast.

    Royal author Duncan Larcome told Fabulous: “Whether William and Kate like it or not, they are now international players in a transatlantic popularity contest with their own flesh and blood. 

    “Harry and Meghan have shown that modern royalty will only survive if it is absolutely at the cutting edge of social media and their profiles play into the narrative of the cult of the celebrity. 

    “Which is a complete change from the era of Prince Philip. It was never about the royals, it was about the causes, never complain, never explain, ignore questions about you and make it about your causes.”

  • John Hall

    MEGHAN'S SECRET MESSAGE

    The latest picture of the Duchess of Sussex shows her wearing £25,000 worth of gold- and according to an expert there is a deeper meaning behind her outfit.

    Appearing at the Vax Live conference over the weekend, where she discussed the effect of the pandemic on women, she wore a £5,000 Cartier bracelet, Princess Diana’s £17,800 Cartier watch and a £2,361 gold bangle.

    The mum-to-be also included her usual message piece – a women's power necklace at the more affordable price of £102 – but the Caroline Herrera dress was no snip at £1,200.

    An expert believes that Meghan's whole outfit suggests she feels happier about splashing the cash now she’s freed from the taxpayers' purse strings.

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