A long-time lady-in-waiting to the late Queen Elizabeth II claimed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s relationship would “end in tears,” according to a royal biographer. According to Tom Bauer, author of “Revenge: The War Between Meghan, Harry, and Windsor,” Lady Susan Hussey made the comments over lunch with several theater executives.
According to the article, Hussey unexpectedly became serious about the couple’s future while discussing Meghan’s possible involvement with the National Theater after the wedding.
She is said to have prophesied that everything would end in tears. “Mark my words,” she reportedly said.
The royal couple, who met through friends in London in July 2016, reportedly fell in love at first sight. I also know they met on a blind date.
See you in court: Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and other royals who battled the media
Royals Ain’t Happy
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly taking legal action against two tabloids for hacking phones and unauthorized publication of personal letters. Look at other royals who have fought the media.
In 1993, Princess Diana sued the Miller Group Newspapers (MGN). In addition to the apology, the paper reportedly paid Diana’s legal costs of £1 million plus another £200,000 to charity.
Princess Caroline of Hanover
Princess Caroline is the daughter of legendary Hollywood star Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III of Monaco. She had a troubled relationship with the media growing up. In 2004, Caroline, represented by Matthias Prinz, won a landmark victory at the European Court of Human Rights, where publishing paparazzi photos of the princess in public violated her right to privacy. The Court distinguished between the activities of Princess Caroline and Lady Caroline.
Swedish royal family
After Princess Caroline’s court victory, the Swedish family hired Matthias Prinz to represent them in court. It is reported that on behalf of the Queen, she sued Germany’s largest publisher, claiming 1,588 hoaxes containing more than 500 ostensible articles. – Page “Exclusive”. It has been reported that Prinz has filed a lawsuit for defamation and invasion of privacy, resulting in over 23 media outlets printing replies, apologies, and retractions.
Prince Al Waleed bin Talal
Prince Al-waleed is a Saudi billionaire, investor and member of the royal family. In 2013, Forbes estimated his fortune at about $20 billion, but the royal family claimed it was less than he disclosed to the magazine.The prince told an editor and two of his journalists, I filed a defamation complaint in London. Kingdom Holding Company, founded by Prince Al-Waleed, issued a statement saying the magazine had published an article that “deliberately insults and accurately describes Saudi Arabia’s business community.” In 2015, Forbes and Al-Waleed released a statement saying they had resolved the dispute.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- Why is Prince Harry called the Duke of Sussex?
The Duchy of Sussex was recreated and granted to Prince Harry, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, in 2018 to commemorate his marriage to Meghan Markle, who became the first Duchess of Sussex.
- What is the duke’s daughter’s name?
The honorific “lady” is prefixed to the surname and given name of the daughters of a duke, marquis, or count.
- Is a duke better than a prince?
Duke is a masculine title given to a monarch who rules over a principality, or to a member of a royal family or nobility. Dukes rank below Kings, Emperors, Grand Dukes, Grand Dukes and Sovereign Princes as rulers. Royalty and nobility have a lower status than princess nobility and grand dukes.
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