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Royals risk new ‘firestorm’ as Meghan and Harry is ‘ignored’

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are ‘far from happy’ with life in the US. (PA)


Royals risk new ‘firestorm’ as Meghan and Harry is ‘ignored’


As Lili is “ignored,” royal expert Daniela Elser has warned the Firm risks a new “firestorm”

She wrote: “The Lili omission has the potential to set off a fresh Sussex-related firestorm.

“It simply beggars belief that this website situation has been allowed to happen given that 2021 is in strong contention to be the Queen’s Annus Horribilis 2.0 for a variety of Harry and Meghan-shaped reasons.”

Ms. Elser went on to ask if Lilibet’s absence from the line of succession was an “IT oversight of the decade or calculated snub”

“Perhaps the bigger question is, does it matter?” she said.

“The fact that the Palace has failed to include Lili so far and for weeks on end after her birth carries with it quite the sting.”


Ms Esler stated that the list was updated more quickly for Prince George, the eldest child of Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Lilibet’s older brother, Archie.

“But Lili is a whole other ball game and the climate right now is nothing short of combustible,” she wrote in her most recent column for the New Zealand Herald.

“One spark, one instance of her being ostensibly cold-shouldered by the palace and the entire Sussex PR tinderbox could go up in flames again.”

“he palace’s seeming lack of urgency on the Lili/website front is breathtaking,” MS Elser noted.

“Or to put it another way, someone has got around to updating the website to include all the handy details of this year’s Swan Upping (it starts on Monday!) but they have not got around to adding Lilibet to the line of succession.

“Talk about fiddling while Rome is threatening to burn.”


Meghan Markle ‘started working on Netflix series BEFORE Megxit’


Meghan Markle started working on her new cartoon Netflix program with Sir Elton John’s husband in 2018, two years before she left the United Kingdom, according to reports.

Her Netflix series is around a “12-year-old heroine who finds inspiration in influential women from history”

Sources told Page Six that conversations about the new initiative have been ‘active’ for three years, but that it began as a humanitarian endeavor while Meghan was a working royal.

The Sussexes did not reveal their shocking decision to leave the UK and establish a new life apart from the royal family until January 2020.

The show was “originally just one of a number of one-off advocacy projects that Markle started work on while a working member of the royal family,” according to the source.

In March, Meghan’s husband, Prince Harry, told Oprah Winfrey that they only thought about their £75 million Netflix agreement after leaving the UK for North America early last year.

Buckingham Palace announced to a surprised public at the time that they would no longer use the titles “royal highness” or earn public monies for their job as part of a compromise that would allow them to step down as working royals.

David announced the project he’d been working on on Instagram earlier this week.

“I am delighted that we are finally able to announce this exciting animated series.

“Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex and I are deeply passionate about bringing the inspirational and positive stories of extraordinary women from around the world to a global audience of all ages.

“The team collaborating on the series are first class, and Netflix are the perfect partner.”

“Meghan Markle developing animated series ‘Pearl’ with David Furnish for Netflix,” he captioned with a screenshot of the Variety headline.

Meghan, 39, will work with him as an executive producer on the Netflix project, according to the Sussex family’s audio production firm Archewell.

David, on the other hand, did not specify when they began their creative work.

Archewell Productions, which she runs with her husband Prince Harry, announced the program two days ago.

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