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Delighted to report that The Queen will no longer stay silent when Harry and Meghan allow “mistruths” about the Royal Family to circulate in the public domain.
She has ditched the “never complain” policy in the wake of the Lilibet row.
The dispute with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex blew up when they announced they were going to call their second child Lilibet (sounds like a new gaming company) after Prince Philip’s pet name for Elizabeth.
Must say that always sounded very odd to me. Anyway their LA spin machine claimed the Queen had agreed to the name being used.
Not so says The Queen. An insider, quoted in the Mail on Sunday, said the conversation between Harry and The Queen was “telling not asking” when it came to the baby’s name.
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The Queen is exasperated at the relentless briefings that the allies have given to the media. Her Majesty has instructed courtiers to correct any statements which represent private conversations involving her or those of other senior royals.
The problem for The Queen is she can’t win. Harry and Meghan feed off publicity coming up with any stunt that keeps them in the public eye as that is the reason major companies come to them with huge dollops of money to endorse their brands.
If they went quiet and went about doing good works (like the Royal Family for instance) Unilever would not be interested.
It’s very painful that a woman of 95 is being used as a pawn in their commercial world. I don’t wish them well.
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