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Meghan Markle: the 40×40 project “condescending” says Neesom
Royal author Duncan Larcombe has denounced the Duchess of Sussex’s birthday initiative to mentor women returning to work after the pandemic. Mr Larcombe said Meghan, who lives in California with Prince Harry after stepping down from royal duties, should instead “try to build bridges” with the royal family.
Speaking to True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat, Mr Larcombe said: “It’s awesome, she’s doing this, she just had a baby, and it’s all about Meghan, and that’s frankly about the It went so badly in this country.
“She left a trail of devastation behind her, on the Markle side, and now on the Windsor side.
“I don’t want to see her lecture young moms who are forced to return to work from her Â£ 11million mansion in Los Angeles.
“This move is absurd, she should spend her time trying to build bridges with the very people she and Harry betrayed.
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Meghan launched her 40×40 project for her 40th birthday earlier this month
“That’s what I think most people in this country believe.”
Meghan unveiled her 40×40 project earlier this month to mark her 40th birthday.
In a short video with Hollywood actress Melissa McCarthy to kick off the initiative, the Duchess said: âBecause I’m 40, I’m asking 40 friends to donate 40 minutes of their time to help mentor a woman who is once again mobilizing in the labor market.
âOver two million in the United States alone and tens of millions around the world have lost their jobs due to Covid, and I think if we all do that and we all spend 40 minutes doing some sort of act of service, we can create a ripple effect. “
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10:10 am Update: Meghan to ‘get sympathy’ as brother Thomas prepares for Big Brother show
The appearance of Thomas Markle Jr in Celebrity Big Brother “could generate sympathy” for Meghan Markle on the part of viewers, claims the royal commentator.
Daily Mail columnist Sarah Vine said: “Just ignore it and also siblings don’t always get along, do they and especially not when they’re half siblings.
âI don’t think she has a lot of connection with that side of the family and they’ve always been against her.
“I don’t think it will do him any damage at all, I think it’s because all of his half-siblings are horrible about him and don’t like him.”
Charlotte Griffiths, royal commentator for the Daily Mail, added: “She might even get sympathy.”
9:40 a.m. update: Sarah Ferguson opens day one of Eugenie’s nursery
Sarah Ferguson opened on the first day of Princess Eugene’s Nursery.
Eugenie attended a Montessori nursery in Windsor in 1992.
Talk to HELLO! magazine, The Duchess of York said: “I remember her first day very well actually, very well. I was really impressed with how the school was.
âAnd I have been researching, for many years now, on Maria Montessori, who started out, and why she thought it was so important to let the child be free enough to describe what he wants.
âAnd that suited Eugenie perfectly, because she’s a very strong character, and I wonder if her love for art history came from a young age. She likes to see something aesthetic. am sure that came from her daycare. “
Sarah Ferguson opened Princess Eugene’s nursery on day one
Update at 8:20 am: Carole Middleton’s ‘strong family unit’ shaped Kate’s take on ‘important things’
Kate’s education by Carole Middleton has helped her become “the mother she is” today, according to a royal expert.
Speaking on the documentary How 2021 Shaped the New Royal Family, royal author Katie Nicholl said: âIt is absolutely true that Kate’s upbringing has shaped the way she is.
“It shaped the mother that she is. I remember a courtier telling me that whatever she does in terms of work, the most important thing is her husband and her children.”
8am update: Fergie says Queen was “more of a mother” to her than her own mother
Sarah Ferguson said the Queen was “more of a mother” to her than her real mother was.
Speaking on the Tea with Twiggy podcast, the Duchess of York said: âI absolutely admire the incredible way Her Majesty is so modern. . . and how flexible, and how understanding, and how indulgent and how generous.
âMy mother-in-law was more of a mother to me than my mother.
“I absolutely think there is no greater mentor because, from a little girl to now, Her Majesty’s steadfastness has been a great honor, it’s a huge honor – it makes me want to cry.”
7.45am update: Beatrice says dyslexia diagnosis would be a ‘gift’ for royal baby
Princess Beatrice has spoken about herself and her husband’s dyslexia diagnoses and how she sees them as “a gift”.
Talk to HELLO! magazine, Beatrice said: âIf a child, bonus son or future babies who arrive are lucky enough to be diagnosed with dyslexia, I feel incredibly grateful to have tools like the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity to be able to tap into in, to give them that extra support.
“My husband is also dyslexic … but I really see it as a gift.”
Update at 7:30 am: Harry breaks silence on Afghanistan with message to veterans
Prince Harry weighed in on the current situation in Afghanistan after the Taliban took control of Kabul.
Former Private Harry, who established the Invictus Games Foundation for Injured Servicemen, spoke about the crisis in a joint statement with officials from the organization.
The statement read: âWhat is happening in Afghanistan resonates throughout the international community of Invictus.
âMany participating and competing countries in the Invictus Games family have a common experience of service in Afghanistan over the past two decades, and for several years we have competed alongside the Invictus Games Afghanistan team.
âWe encourage everyone across the Invictus network – and the military community at large – to reach out and support each other. “