The report said Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are not making major changes to their Netflix reality show

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Harry and Meghan’s reality show plans have been revealed

Harry and Meghan’s ‘multi-episode’ reality show will air in December, according to Netflix sources He said Daily Telegraph.

While the pair are doing revisions and improving the show with their production team, they aren’t doing extensive revisions, a source reported to the newspaper.

“There seems to be a huge misconception that they need or want to turn the project on its head,” the source said. “There are always adjustments to be made, but that’s how it works – people give feedback, and sometimes things change if there’s time before the deadline.”

As one of those familiar with the files says, telegraph: “It’s about where they’ve come from, what they’ve been through and where they are…I think it’s going to say a lot about the decisions they have to make and how they ended up here.”

The telegraphciting an industry source, said that despite a “back and forth” in release dates, a “multi-episode series” is now scheduled for release in December.

The telegraph He adds: “Harry’s memoirs will follow, likely next year and likely to undergo modifications to make sense after the Queen’s death, down to the basics of clarifying the tenses.”

The report states unequivocally that there has not been a significant improvement in the relationship between the two sides which will lead to an easing of the couple’s attacks, in fact, telegraph It is assumed that with the departure of the Queen, the Sussex family will be free to say what they like about their relatives.

Another source was quoted as saying: “This Harry is able – for the first time – to talk about his life. His family is clearly part of his story, but it’s not an exercise in record keeping (it’s) a way to free himself. Then he can move on.”

King Charles plans to cut the coronation

Slated to last one hour, not three. Queen Elizabeth welcomed 8,000 guests at her coronation in 1953. That would be cut to 2,000 for King Charles. Less mysterious rituals. Lounge suits instead of ceremonial robes.

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revealed in the day mail on sundayplans for Operation Golden Orb, the codename for King Charles’ coronation next June, show Charles’ desire to establish a weak and spent monarchy.

It’s all well and good and reasonable (it wouldn’t be a good omen for a lot of extravagance with Britain in a cost-of-living crisis), but looking at the crazy celebration of the Queen’s funeral underscores what royals do well — crazy things in crazy carriages in crazy clothes—the Mail Charles says he wants to keep that too.

Tough balancing, isn’t it? In the “coronation cut”, as Mail He calls it, “Ancient and time-consuming rituals – including offering gold bars to the monarch – will be abolished to save time.”

No gold bars! We love bullion!

King Charles is unlikely to make as many changes in costume as the Queen did at her coronation, “and the language will be adapted so that it is understandable to a more modern audience”, Mail reports.

Another thing that was abolished was the Court of Claims, which the gentry used, prior to the Queen’s coronation, as a means of bidding for roles in the coronation. “Velvet chairs made for the 1953 coronation will likely be replaced by standard seats” Mail He says – What a sad sentence.

The Duke of Norfolk is planning this event to reflect modern and diverse Britain. A good source told the Mail on Sunday: “The King has stripped much of the coronation in recognition that the world has changed in the past 70 years.” Thankfully the 1762 Gold State coach still plays the title role.

Megan donated a million dollars

Evidence for Meghan Markle’s charitable future is emerging with the launch of a $1 million fund this week to support women in need. money goes to Project Feng (“Ving” is like “Giving”) which sees teens asking to nominate someone of their choice for a $1,000 grant. Megan money for gifts for women.

Megan said: “Two things that bring me great joy are the support of women and the spirit of giving. By donating $1 million in grants to women in need, our hope is not only to provide support where it can be felt more deeply but also to empower young people to embrace the gift of giving in An early age “.

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Two decades of planning for the Queen’s funeral revealed

The retired soldier who masterminded the Queen’s funeral plan said a last-minute decision to abandon plans to take the Queen’s body from Scotland to London by train was due to fears of the extent of the public disorder that could lead to Charles getting a wrong blow.

Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Mather, who spent two decades crafting Operation London Bridge, said a replica of the Great Hall of Westminster was mocked in an aircraft hangar to replicate the state’s lying state.

The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II with the Imperial State Crown on top, carried on a Royal Navy cannon chariot followed by members of the royal family, passes through Buckingham Palace on September 19, 2022 in London, England.

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As Lieutenant Colonel Mather said, mail on sunday Why the royal train plan was abandoned, saying, “Every lamppost along the way had to be opened, checked for bombs and shut again. Also, there had to be police on every bridge along the way. And other trains were to be scrapped. It was decided that This is not going to start Charles on the right foot with the general public.”

Mather began drafting the main document for Operation London Bridge in 1999. He said, “The first draft I wrote was, I think, 15 pages long. My last copy, from 2017, is about two and a half inches thick. If you have a plan, you should You have to keep it up to date. Once a year a very large group got together – at the end of January – and we had a conference, the Earl Marshall Conference, where he took the presidency and we explained any updates to the plans.

“In recent years we have taken over the entire hall at Buckingham Palace. We did it all with a PowerPoint presentation. People swore to secrecy – they didn’t discuss it, except with those people who needed to know. Whenever one saw the Queen, it was very formal The discussion about the funeral was indirect—it was always done through a private secretary. You’d find a private secretary or a lady waiting in the aisle and talking to you. They tested me the temperature of the water.”

Harry writes the Queen’s funeral chapter: Report

Lord Archer, a former Conservative Party chief and convicted criminal, says Prince Harry is writing a new chapter in his memoirs about the events leading up to Queen Elizabeth’s death and funeral.

“I’m so sad,” Archer said to Mail. “I’m afraid for the book. I know they’re writing the chapter on the funeral, so I suppose that’s what the book will end up with.”

Archer also ridiculed the idea that Harry could, as previously rumored, temper the book’s contents – saying publisher Penguin Random House wanted it to be as hot as possible. “They paid him a lot of money – almost £20m. Would you want to calm him down if you paid £20m?”

Money makes one young world go round

Think back to the bleak and distant days of early September, and you may remember that Meghan Markle was the keynote speaker at the annual summit of the charity One Young World. In fact, pictures of the couple looking lavish were released just this week.

One Young World now finds itself in trouble, as it faces an investigation from the British Charities Organization, after, like mail on sunday He says, “Mother and daughter on top of it all earned close to £2 million in less than five years.”

The payments include chief executive Kate Robertson who earned £440,000 for the 18 months to June 2021, and her daughter Ella McKay, 33, who earned £194,543 during the same period, when the pandemic was rampant and peaks disrupted.

The Charities Commission said it has opened a “regulatory compliance case to examine pay concerns at One Young World,” with a spokesperson saying: “All charities should be able to look into the eyes of donors and volunteers and express their decisions about payment affecting the cause they are pursuing or The people who help them.”

A spokesperson for One Young World said, “We are confident that there was absolutely no mistake.”

This week in royal history

happy 63research and development Sarah Ferguson’s birthday is this coming Saturday, October 15 – a staunch supporter of her ex-husband Prince Andrew – and he was last seen at Queen Elizabeth’s funeral.

Unanswered questions

So, what will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reveal on their reality show? How will Charles’ coronation day be? Will Harry, Elton John and other notable people who join them will prevail in their lawsuit – alleging all manner of wrongdoing in the pursuit of stories – against Associated Newspapers, its publisher daily Mail And the mail on sunday?

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