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A ROYAL expert believes Prince Harry's speech about mum Diana was "written with Meghan's help".

The Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex yesterday unveiled a memorial statue of their late mother, on what would have been her 60th birthday.

Angela Levin appeared on Good Morning Britain as she was asked whether she believed that the statue would bring a stop to the brothers' feud.

However, she was sceptical as she told hosts Adil Ray and Kate Garraway: "In theory, I think everyone would love that to happen but in practise that's not going to happen."

Opening up about Harry's speech ahead of the unveiling, she said that it "sounded as though it was Meghan speaking".

Read our Meghan and Harry live blog below for the very latest updates...

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    ONLY 13 GUESTS ATTENDED DIANA'S STATUE UNVEILING YESTERDAY

    Covid restrictions meant only 13 guests were allowed in for yesterday's unveiling ceremony.

    Sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley’s artwork is now up in the Sunken Garden, a  place Diana loved and which now boasts 4,000-plus  individual flowers.

    The artist said Diana “was an icon who touched the lives of people right around the world so it has been a privilege to work alongside Prince William and Prince Harry”.

    In a joint statement issued afterwards, the brothers said: “Today, on what would have been our mother’s 60th birthday, we remember her love, strength and character — qualities that made her a force for good around the world, changing countless lives for the better.

    “Every day, we wish she were still with us, and our hope is that this statue will be seen for ever as a symbol of her life and her legacy.

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    HARRY HEADS HOME TO MEGHAN

    The royal pair even laughed and joked together as they came face to face for the first time since Prince Philip's funeral in April. It appeared Harry and William had put aside their differences to honour Princess Diana and even shared a glass of bubbly after the event at around 2.45pm.

    But just 20 minutes later Harry was pictured driving out of Kensington Palace in a Range Rover. Meghan stayed in the US after giving birth to Lilibet last month.

    Harry's departure comes a week after he touched down in the UK last Friday. He was picked up on the Heathrow tarmac after landing for this week's Princess Diana statue unveiling.

    The brothers appeared close on Thursday afternoon – raising the hopes of millions that their feud may now be behind them.

    They entered the Sunken Garden together, with Harry clapping his hands in anticipation as they approached the statue.

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    HARRY SPOTTED AT HEATHROW (CONTINUED…)

    A police van escorted the vehicle transporting the duke across the Heathrow tarmac.

    Harry, 36, is flying back to LA to be reunited with wife Meghan, 39, and their children Archie and Lilibet after yesterday'sunveiling of a statue in honour of his mum, Princess Diana.

    His departure comes after Harry and Prince William, 39, were reunited as for the event in Kensington Palace's Sunken Garden.

    Harry shared a glass of champagne with his brother, but left just 20 minutes later after unveiling the sculpture honouring their mum.

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    PRINCE HARRY SPOTTED AT HEATHROW AS HE HEADS BACK TO MEGHAN MARKLE IN LA AFTER WILLIAM REUNION

    PRINCE Harry has today been spotted at Heathrow Airport as he prepares to jet back to Meghan Markle in the US.

    The Duke of Sussex arrived at Terminal 5 in a blacked-out VW MiniBus, accompanied by two security personnel in the front seats.

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    QUEEN BEAMS WITH JOY

    Her Majesty wrapped up Royal Week – a stint which has seen her undertake a range of engagements across Scotland – in time to catch the second day of the show today.

    The show is said to be one of her favourite events of the year, with the royal having attended every single year since it began as a wartime fundraising event back in 1943.

    She was sporting a big smile while watching the show.

    The show was cancelled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, and went online instead.

    The Queen’s public appearance comes the day after her grandsons reunited – to unveil a memorial status of their mother Diana on what would have been the late Princess’ 60th birthday.

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    QUEEN BEAMS WITH JOY

    Her Majesty wrapped up Royal Week – a stint which has seen her undertake a range of engagements across Scotland – in time to catch the second day of the show today.

    The show is said to be one of her favourite events of the year, with the royal having attended every single year since it began as a wartime fundraising event back in 1943.

    She was sporting a big smile while watching the show.

    The show was cancelled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, and went online instead.

    The Queen’s public appearance comes the day after her grandsons reunited – to unveil a memorial status of their mother Diana on what would have been the late Princess’ 60th birthday.

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    QUEEN WELCOMES GERMAN CHANCELLOR ANGELA MERKEL TO WINDSOR CASTLE

    Queen welcomes German Chancellor Angela Merkel to Windsor Castle

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    PRINCE HARRY ‘TO HOST LADS LUNCH'

    Prince Harry could host a ‘lad’s lunch’ with his ex-Army pals and old school friends before jetting back to LA, it has been reported.

    The Duke of Sussex came back to the UK for the unveiling of Diana’s statue, although it’s not yet known when he will head back to the US.

    The Prince will likely want to fly back to LA as soon as possible to see wife Meghan Markle, son Archie and their newborn daughter Lilibet.

    But rumours suggest the former royal is eager to catch up with old pals too – and a ‘lad’s lunch’ could be on the cards, the DailyMail reports.

    Read more here

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    QUEEN BEAMS WITH JOY

    Her Majesty wrapped up Royal Week – a stint which has seen her undertake a range of engagements across the country – in time to catch the second day of the show today.

    The show is said to be one of her favourite events of the year, with the royal having attended every single year since it began as a wartime fundraising event back in 1943.

    She was sporting a big smile while watching the show.

    The show was cancelled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, and went online instead.

    The Queen’s public appearance comes the day after her grandsons reunited – to unveil a memorial status of their mother Diana on what would have been the late Princess’ 60th birthday.

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    HARRY AND WILLIAM ‘PUT ON GOOD SHOW BUT THERE COULD BE A WAY TO GO'

    Penny Junor: My guess is there’s quite a way to go but it’s encouraging to see the two of them together and with smiles on their faces, I think that is progress.

    “The brothers put on a very, very good show. I was expecting to see some sort of tight lips and some jaw muscles, which we saw at the Commonwealth service in Westminster Abbey before Harry and Meghan left.

    “They seemed to be reasonably relaxed with one another.”

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    MEGHAN HAS BEEN WARNED OF THE ROYAL FAMILY'S 'RUTHLESSNESS'

    Following the unveiling of Diana's statue yesterday, a royal expert was quick to point out that no other member of the royal family was present except William and Harry.

    Royal expert, Daniela Elser claimed the unveiling yesterday highlighted "enduring consequences" of those who get "on the wrong side" of the Firm.

    The expert wrote on News.com.au: "Sometimes what is most important, in both art and life, is not what is there, splashed around for everyone to see, but what is missing.

    "If there was one essential, sad truth that the ceremony underscored it was that the consequences of getting on the wrong side of the house of Windsor can be brutal and enduring.

    "If anyone, say anyone who might happen to now live in Montecito, California, needed a reminder about the ruthlessness that can lie at the heart of the Royal Family, then this was it."

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    TOP BARRISTER SUSPENDED OVER ‘RACIST’ TWEET ABOUT MEGHAN AND HARRY’S BABY RETURNS TO WORK

    Joanna Toch, 59, was blasted for the "offensive" comment made after the birth of Lilibet 'Lili' Diana last month.

    But it's since been quietly announced that she was cleared of any wrongdoing – and is back at her desk, Legal Cheek reports.

    The row broke out when journalist Julie Burchill tweeted that Lilibet’s name was "a missed opportunity" for the new parents.

    She said that they could have called her "Georgina Floydina" – in reference to George Floyd, who was murdered by policeman Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis, sparking worldwide protests.

    In reference to Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland, Toch replied: "No Doria?

    "Don’t black names matter?"

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    WATCH: STATUE OF THE QUEEN IS TOPPLED BY PROTESTERS IN CANADA

    Protesters TOPPLE statue of The Queen after 1,000 Indigenous children were found in mass graves

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    STATUE OF THE QUEEN IS TOPPLED BY PROTESTERS IN CANADA

    Protesters toppled then defaced statues of Queens Victoria and Elizabeth II amid fury over the gruesome discovery of hundreds of Indigenous children's graves.

    Demonstrators smeared Queen Victoria's sculpture in red paint and left a sign that read "we were children once. Bring them home".

    Footage captured of the toppling shows protesters tying a rope around one statue, chanting "knock her down!".

    A group of supporters rally around and yank the statue down, receiving cheers from onlookers.

    The protesters, dressed in orange shirts to honour the lost children, headed for the legislature as part of the "Every Child Matters" rally.

    CBS News reports a man who came to criticise the demonstrations has been arrested.

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    HARRY AND WILLIAM 'PUT ON GOOD SHOW BUT THERE COULD BE A WAY TO GO,' BIOGRAPHER SAYS

    Penny Junor: My guess is there’s quite a way to go but it’s encouraging to see the two of them together and with smiles on their faces, I think that is progress.

    "The brothers put on a very, very good show. I was expecting to see some sort of tight lips and some jaw muscles, which we saw at the Commonwealth service in Westminster Abbey before Harry and Meghan left.

    "They seemed to be reasonably relaxed with one another."

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    DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE IS AT WIMBLEDON TODAY

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    CLOSE FRIEND OF DIANA SAYS PRINCESS WASN’T FULLY AWARE OF ROYAL ‘MACHINE’ WHEN SHE JOINED FIRM

    A close friend of Princess Diana has revealed that she was not fully aware of royal “machine” when she joined the firm.

    Writing in The Telegraph, Dr Colthurst recalled witnessing the pressure she faced.

    Close friend, Colthurst said: “I felt, when she joined the Royal family, she may not have been fully aware of the machine she was in,” he wrote.

    “The Firm, for its part, was unaccustomed to having a superstar in its midst, and I don’t think they knew how to cope with the enormous amount of publicity she generated.”

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    THE UNVEILING HAS HAPPENED AND THERE IS ONE QUESTION ON EVERYONE’S LIPS, HOW CAN WE SEE IT?

    It will be available to the public to view from today, after Prince Harry and Prince William put aside their differences and join together for the private event on what would have been her 60th birthday. 

    The Princess of Wales statue will be available to the public to view for free in the Sunken Garden outside the entrance of Kensington Palace. 

    Guests will not have to pay to see the statue, which is in the surrounding grounds of the palace. 

    Members of the public will only have to pay to tour Kensington Palace itself, along with the various exhibits including to see Diana’s wedding dress. 

    Kensington Palace is closed to visitors on Mondays and Tuesdays, but open from 10am until 6pm Wednesday to Sunday.  Read more here

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    MEGHAN IS ‘TONE DEAF’

    Meghan has been called out by a fan for making two contradicting announcements about what work she would be focusing on now shes left the firm.

    Meghan told US magazine Fortune: “I’m proud to invest in Hannah’s commitment to sourcing ethical ingredients and creating a product that I personally love and has a holistic approach to wellness.”

    The company sells four different types of instant lattes which sell for £20 along with a milk frother and travel mug.

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    NATIVE AMERICANS FEAR HARRY & MEGHAN ARE USING HOLY WATER TO IRRIGATE GARDENS

    Harry & Meghan are causing fear amongst Native Americans as they worry they are irrigating their gardens with what they regard as holy water.

    The couple’s £11million Californian mansion is built on land that once belonged to the Chumash tribe.

    The area is home to several hot and cold springs, plus a series of underground rivers, from which locals divert water.

    But tribe leader Eleanor Fishburn, 60, said it should not be used to irrigate their gardens.

    She said: “For us, this water is a pure water, a holy water and a ceremonial water.

    “As a native population, it is sacred for us and the idea that people in the area are using water from springs to water their gardens is something that doesn’t sit well with us.”

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    MEGHAN MARKLE’S PAL JESSICA MULRONEY SHARES CRYPTIC POST ABOUT ‘LOSING FRIENDS & FINDING BETTER ONES’

    MEGHAN Markle’s friend Jessica Mulroney has shared a cryptic post about “losing friends and finding better ones”, months after her racist bullying claims.

    The stylist’s friendship with the Duchess of Sussex was said to be on the rocks after Jessica came under fire for using her “white privilege” against a black social media influencer.

    Read more here.

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    BREATHTAKING PHOTOS OF PRINCESS DIANA’S GRAVE SITE

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    PRINCE HARRY ‘TO HOST “LADS LUNCH”

    Prince Harry could host a 'lad's lunch' with his ex-Army pals and old school friends before jetting back to LA, it has been reported.

    The Duke of Sussex came back to the UK for the unveiling of Diana's statue yesterday, although it's not yet known when he will head back to the US.

    The Prince will likely want to fly back to LA as soon as possible to see wife Meghan Markle, son Archie and their newborn daughter Lilibet.

    But rumours suggest the former royal is eager to catch up with old pals too – and a 'lad's lunch' could be on the cards, the DailyMail reports.

    Read more here

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    QUEEN BEAMS WITH JOY

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    QUEEN BEAMS WITH JOY

    Her Majesty wrapped up Royal Week yesterday – a stint which has seen her undertake a range of engagements across the country – in time to catch the second day of the show today.

    The show is said to be one of her favourite events of the year, with the royal having attended every single year since it began as a wartime fundraising event back in 1943.

    She was sporting a big smile while watching the show.

    The show was cancelled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, and went online instead.

    The Queen’s public appearance comes the day after her grandsons reunited – to unveil a memorial status of their mother Diana on what would have been the late Princess’ 60th birthday.

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