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The Queen is ‘TIRED of never-ending scandals’ as she braces for ‘feeding frenzy’

THE Queen is “tired” of “never-ending royal scandals” – but will face a “feeding frenzy” around Harry’s memoirs and a film about Andrew.

Her Majesty has faced a number of crises over the last few years, from Harry and Meghan quitting the Firm, to Prince Andrew‘s court battle with Virginia Guiffrye.

But experts say the Queen will have to brace for a “feeding frenzy” with more potentially worrying bombshells set to hit the Royal Family in the near future.

Writing for News.com.au, Royal Expert Daniela Elser said: “The poor woman must be so tired.

“Not only is she still working, more than three decades after most people retire, but her family is a source of never-ending scandal and strain with things only looking like they are going to ramp up more.”

It comes as the Monarch faces more challenging times ahead, with the release of Prince Harry‘s new memoirs – and the recent announcement of two films to centre around Prince Andrew‘s infamous car crash interview with BBC Newsnight.

Emily Maitlis, who conducted the Newsnight interview with Andrew, and Sam McAlister – a former BBC producer who secured the interview – are both making film versions of events leading up to the broadcast.

McAlister’s film Scoop, which will begin shooting in November, is being written by Peter Moffat.

A friend of the disgraced Duke said: “This latest exploitation for financial gain of a book and now a film of what was, and remains, a very difficult time for the family, is unwelcome.

“Not least as the account of events leading up to and around the interview appear to have elements of dramatic licence.”

Read our Royal Family live blog for the latest news & updates…

  • Remembering Her Majesty and Paddington Bear’s hilarious lunch

    Can you believe it? It has already been over 70 days since Her Majesty’s platinum jubilee.

    Many fantastic memories came out of the stunning celebrations, but perhaps none more so than the Queen’s absolutely hilarious lunch with Paddington Bear.

    In celebration of the big day, two of Britain’s most iconic figures sat down for some tea and sandwiches.

    Fans across the globe loved the video, with it currently having over 5 million views on YouTube alone.

  • Piers Morgan questions Harry’s commitment to charity

    Piers Morgan took to Twitter on Monday to call into question Harry’s motivation for returning to the UK.

    Harry and Meghan are set to visit the UK in September in order to attend a series of charity events.

    However, the controversial political commentator believes the Sussexes may have other motivations.

    He tweeted: “For charity [laughing emojis].

    “Try ‘for Netflix $$$$$$$$’.”

  • Harry & Meghan banknote to appear in defaced currency exhibition

    An exhibition of money that has been defaced as “cries of anger” in the name of art, including £10 banknotes featuring the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, will open later this year.

    The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge announced that Defaced! Money, Conflict, Protest will open in October.

    The exhibition “presents a world history of protest from the last 250 years through currencies that have been mutilated as cries of anger, injustice, mockery or despair”, the museum said.

    It is the first major exhibition to display money used as a public canvas for political and social rebellion throughout 250 years of history.

    For the first time, it will showcase a new collection of defaced banknotes and coins which has been acquired for the museum by curator Dr Richard Kelleher.

    Harry and Meghan appear in a 2019 work by Boo Whorlow called Harry of England/Ten Megs, a reworking of Banksy’s Di-Faced Tenner which featured Diana, Princess of Wales.

    In the work, Harry replaces the Queen while Meghan appears on the reverse with the message “Trust No Press”.

    Other pieces include a fake 20 US dollar bill with US slavery abolitionist Harriet Tubman on it and a coin commemorating the Peterloo Massacre of 1819, when 15 people were killed at a protest meeting in Manchester as the working-class fought for political representation.

  • When was the Queen’s coronation?

    The Coronation of Elizabeth II took place on 2 June 1953.

    Elizabeth II accended to the throne upon the death of her father, George VI, on February 6, 1952.

    The coronation took place a year later due to the tradition of making sure an appropriate amount of time had passed after a monarch dies before holding such festivities.

  • Who is Lady Louise Spencer?

    Lady Louise Windsor was born on November 8, 2003, making her 18 years old as of August 2022.

    Her full name is Lady Louise Alice Elizabeth Mary Mountbatten-Windsor, and she is the eldest child of Prince Edward, who is the Queen‘s youngest child.

    She has a younger brother James Mountbatten-Windsor, who was born on December 17, 2007.

    She completed her A-levels in 2021.

  • Meghan and Harry will live just 800m away from William and Kate as Duke of Sussex makes UK return

    The Sussexes and Cambridges may be in for an awkward summer, as the two families become neighbours for the first time since Prince Harry quit the Firm in 2020.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex plan to stay at their five-bed Frogmore Cottage on the Queen’s Windsor estate next month — days after Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge move into their new family home at nearby Adelaide Cottage.

    However, insiders think William is likely to snub his brother.

    Ingrid Seward, editor of Majesty Magazine, said: “I don’t think they would bump into one another unless it was pre-arranged.

    “I suppose one could go round with some flowers as a peace offering, but remember what happened last time.”

  • Royals updates live!

    Check for new updates on the royal family and her Majesty the Queen here at The Sun.

    Royal fans are currently awaiting the release of Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir, and the couple’s Netflix documentary, while the Queen continues to come back stronger from her mobility issues.

    Stay tuned here for updates every day!

  • Inside Kate’s secret ‘naughty’ detail hidden in her favourite dresses

    Kate Middleton is a fashion icon, no one can argue with that.

    But, did you know each of her dresses has one secret “hidden” detail that only the most eagle-eyed royals fans will spot?

    You may recognise some of Alessandra Rich’s most well-known outfits like the blue dress Kate wore to Wimbledon this year and the white polka-dot number that took Ascot by storm.

    The dresses that Kate tends to opt for, often have longer sleeves and a calf-length skirt, but Alessandra also makes racier designs.

    Plenty of her designs include a thigh split or are lower cut than the options the Duchess goes for.

    Speaking to The Telegraph, Alessandra said: “All my pieces are like this – they cover the arms or the legs but there’s always a split somewhere, or a body chain underneath. It is good to be a bit naughty.”

  • Together again: Harry and Will to be neighbours once more

    Exclusive by Matt Wilkinson

    MEGHAN and Harry will become William and Kate’s awkward next door neighbours again after revealing they are jetting back to Britain for a string of charity events.

    The Sussexes plan to stay at their five-bed Frogmore Cottage on the Queen’s Windsor estate next month just days after the Cambridges move into their new family home at nearby Adelaide Cottage.

    Meghan is also set to make her first public speech in Britain since Megxit when she lectures about gender equality on stage in Manchester during the couple’s trip.

    Harry and Wills are barely on speaking terms after Megxit and royal insiders say there are “no plans” for the Sussexes and Cambridges to have a reunion despite living so close.

    It is the first time the two families have been neighbours since Harry and Meghan moved out of Kensington Palace in April 2019.

    It is claimed Meghan slammed the door on sister-in-law Kate and threw flowers in the bin when she turned up with the peace offering a year earlier following a teary row over a bridesmaid dress fitting.

    The Queen, 96, is also set to give the Sussexes a diplomatic swerve as she will be carrying out her constitutional role swearing in the new Prime Minister and Privy Council when the couple are due in Windsor.

    Ingrid Seward, editor of Majesty Magazine said: “I don’t think that they would bump into one another unless it was pre-arranged.

    “I suppose one could go round with some flowers as a peace offering but remember what happened last time.”

  • Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir set to make Oprah Interview look like ‘child’s play’, expert claims

    As we approach the release of Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir, royal experts are predicting it could cause chaos for the Firm.

    Speaking of the bombshell memoir, the royal editor for the Sunday Times, Roya Nikkhah, said: “They might all be scooped later this year with Prince Harry’s own memoirs. 

    “It promises to, possibly, cause some of the biggest drama the royal family has seen.

    “He’s going to write what he describes as this intimate and heartfelt book – no holds barred.

    “It might make the Oprah interview look like child’s play in comparison.”

  • Remembering Her Majesty and Paddington Bear’s hilarious lunch

    Can you believe it? It has already been over 70 days since Her Majesty’s platinum jubilee.

    Many fantastic memories came out of the stunning celebrations, but perhaps none more so than The Queen’s absolutely hilarious lunch with Paddington Bear.

    In celebration of the big day, two of Britain’s most iconic figures sat down for some tea and sandwiches.

    Fans across the globe loved the video, with it currently having over 5 million views on YouTube alone.

  • Piers Morgan questions Harry’s commitment to charity

    Piers Morgan took to Twitter last night to call into question Harry’s motivation for returning to the UK.

    Harry and Meghan are set to visit the UK in September in order to attend a series of charity events.

    However, the controversial political commentator believes the Sussexes may have other motivations.

    He tweeted: “For charity [laughing emojis].

    “Try ‘for Netflix $$$$$$$$’.”

  • Harry & Meghan banknote to appear in defaced currency exhibition

    An exhibition of money that has been defaced as “cries of anger” in the name of art, including £10 banknotes featuring the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, will open later this year.

    The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge announced that Defaced! Money, Conflict, Protest will open in October.

    The exhibition “presents a world history of protest from the last 250 years through currencies that have been mutilated as cries of anger, injustice, mockery or despair”, the museum said.

    It is the first major exhibition to display money used as a public canvas for political and social rebellion throughout 250 years of history.

    For the first time, it will showcase a new collection of defaced banknotes and coins which has been acquired for the museum by curator Dr Richard Kelleher.

    Harry and Meghan appear in a 2019 work by Boo Whorlow called Harry of England/Ten Megs, a reworking of Banksy’s Di-Faced Tenner which featured Diana, Princess of Wales.

    In the work, Harry replaces the Queen while Meghan appears on the reverse with the message “Trust No Press”.

    Other pieces include a fake 20 US dollar bill with US slavery abolitionist Harriet Tubman on it and a coin commemorating the Peterloo Massacre of 1819, when 15 people were killed at a protest meeting in Manchester as the working-class fought for political representation.

  • When was the Queen’s coronation?

    The Coronation of Elizabeth II took place on 2 June 1953.

    Elizabeth II acceded to the throne upon the death of her father, George VI, on February 6, 1952.

    The coronation took place a year later due to the tradition of making sure an appropriate amount of time had passed after a monarch dies before holding such festivities.

  • Who is Lady Louise Spencer?

    Lady Louise Windsor was born on November 8, 2003, making her 18 years old as of August 2022.

    Her full name is Lady Louise Alice Elizabeth Mary Mountbatten-Windsor, and she is the eldest child of Prince Edward, who is the Queen‘s youngest child.

    She has a younger brother James Mountbatten-Windsor, who was born on December 17, 2007.

    She completed her A-levels in 2021.

  • Meghan and Harry will live just 800m away from William and Kate as Duke of Sussex makes UK return

    The Sussexes and Cambridges may be in for an awkward summer, as the two families become neighbours for the first time since Prince Harry quit the Firm in 2020.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex plan to stay at their five-bed Frogmore Cottage on the Queen’s Windsor estate next month — days after Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge move into their new family home at nearby Adelaide Cottage.

    However, insiders think William is likely to snub his brother.

    Ingrid Seward, editor of Majesty Magazine, said: “I don’t think they would bump into one another unless it was pre-arranged.

    “I suppose one could go round with some flowers as a peace offering, but remember what happened last time.”

  • Royals updates live!

    Check for new updates on the royal family and her Majesty the Queen here at The Sun.

    Royal fans are currently awaiting the release of Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir, and the couple’s Netflix documentary, while the Queen continues to come back stronger from her mobility issues.

    Stay tuned here for updates every day!

  • Inside Kate’s secret ‘naughty’ detail hidden in her favourite dresses

    Kate Middleton is a fashion icon, no one can argue with that.

    But, did you know each of her dresses has one secret “hidden” detail that only the most eagle-eyed royals fans will spot?

    You may recognise some of Alessandra Rich’s most well-known outfits like the blue dress Kate wore to Wimbledon this year and the white polka-dot number that took Ascot by storm.

    The dresses that Kate tends to opt for, often have longer sleeves and a calf-length skirt, but Alessandra also makes racier designs.

    Plenty of her designs include a thigh split or are lower cut than the options the Duchess goes for.

    Speaking to The Telegraph, Alessandra said: “All my pieces are like this – they cover the arms or the legs but there’s always a split somewhere, or a body chain underneath. It is good to be a bit naughty.”

  • Together again: Harry and Will to be neighbours once more

    Exclusive by Matt Wilkinson

    MEGHAN and Harry will become William and Kate’s awkward next door neighbours again after revealing they are jetting back to Britain for a string of charity events.

    The Sussexes plan to stay at their five-bed Frogmore Cottage on the Queen’s Windsor estate next month just days after the Cambridges move into their new family home at nearby Adelaide Cottage.

    Meghan is also set to make her first public speech in Britain since Megxit when she lectures about gender equality on stage in Manchester during the couple’s trip.

    Harry and Wills are barely on speaking terms after Megxit and royal insiders say there are “no plans” for the Sussexes and Cambridges to have a reunion despite living so close.

    It is the first time the two families have been neighbours since Harry and Meghan moved out of Kensington Palace in April 2019.

    It is claimed Meghan slammed the door on sister-in-law Kate and threw flowers in the bin when she turned up with the peace offering a year earlier following a teary row over a bridesmaid dress fitting.

    The Queen, 96, is also set to give the Sussexes a diplomatic swerve as she will be carrying out her constitutional role swearing in the new Prime Minister and Privy Council when the couple are due in Windsor.

    Ingrid Seward, editor of Majesty Magazine said: “I don’t think that they would bump into one another unless it was pre-arranged.

    “I suppose one could go round with some flowers as a peace offering but remember what happened last time.”

  • Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir set to make Oprah Interview look like ‘child’s play’, expert claims

    As we approach the release of Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir, royal experts are predicting it could cause chaos for the firm.

    Speaking of the bombshell memoir, the royal editor for the Sunday Times, Roya Nikkhah, said: “They might all be scooped later this year with Prince Harry’s own memoirs. 

    “It promises to, possibly, cause some of the biggest drama the royal family has seen.

    “He’s going to write what he describes as this intimate and heartfelt book – no holds barred.

    “It might make the Oprah interview look like child’s play in comparison.”

  • Will Prince Harry mend rift with Charles during his UK visit?

    Prince Harry is set to return to the UK next month in order to attend a series of charity events with his wife.

    But will he take the time out of his busy schedule to mend the rift with this father?

    Currently, it is unknown if Harry and Charles will meet next month, but they reportedly enjoyed their time together during the platinum jubilee.

    The heir and wife Camilla are understood to have been “absolutely thrilled” to spend time with Harry, Meghan and their children as the nation celebrated.

  • Harry and Meghan to avoid ‘fanfare’ during latest UK visit

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are preparing to visit the UK next month, in what is set to be a “whistlestop” tour.

    Speaking on the visit, the Daily Mirror’s royal editor Russell Myers has claimed the couple will focus mostly on their charitable commitments and avoid public attention.

     “They want to have all the focus on the charities,” he said.

    “That’s probably why we won’t get them, you know, back with the Fab Four, William and Kate and their families.

    “They don’t want to create a fanfare.”

  • How did the Queen get her iconic nickname?

    Over the years, our monarch has gone by many names, Her Majesty, the Queen, and many more.

    But none is more iconic than her famed nickname, Lilibet.

    But how did she get this name?

    She was nicknamed Lilibet as a child because she could not pronounce her own name, according to Business Insider.

    Her late husband Prince Philip would also refer to her as such, and when he passed, Queen Elizabeth left him a handwritten note on his coffin signed Lilibet.

  • Does Prince Harry’s son have a royal title?

    Archie, the first and only son of Prince Harry, was born in May 2019, but does the young royal have a title?

    Despite being able to claim one, Archie does not have a royal title.

    This may be, in part, due to Harry and Meghan’s decision to quit the royal family in 2020.

  • Royal expert suggests the Queen should snub Prince Harry and stay in Scotland

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to visit the UK next month, and some had suggested they may see the Queen while in the country.

    However, a royal expert has argued it would be better for Her Majesty to stay in Balmoral.

    Royal author Phil Dampier took to Twitter to suggest the Queen should stay in Scotland this September.

    He said: “#TheQueen wants to show she is still a functioning head of state but wouldn’t it be better if the new Prime Minister travelled to Scotland to see her at Balmoral rather than her go to London or Windsor?” 

    Harry’s visit is set to coincide with the conclusion of the Conservative party leadership race, meaning the monarch would miss her grandson’s visit should she remain in Scotland.



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