Prince William and Prince Harry: They are working together again

Prince William + Prince Harry
For this particular reason, the brothers are working together again

Prince William and Prince Harry

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News about the royals in the GALA ticker: Prince William and Prince Harry worked together for a documentary about Prince Philip +++ Duchess Meghan does not appear in the new documentary about Prince Philip +++ Prince Andrew appears on Balmoral.

News about the royals in the GALA ticker

September 11, 2021

For this particular reason, Prince William and Prince Harry are getting back together

When Prince Philip closed his eyes forever on April 9, 2021, the world stood still for a brief moment. Royal fans around the world mourn the charismatic husband of Queen Elizabeth, 95, to this day. Most of all, his family misses him to this day. The Royals now have their say in a documentary. In “The Royal Family Remembers” (in German: “The royal family remembers”) both Prince Charles, 72, Princess Anne, 71, Prince Andrew, 61 and Prince Edward, 57, as well as Prince William, 39, and Prince speak Harry, 36, about the late Prince Consort. The film is due to be broadcast on BBC One on September 22, 2021 and promises “touching memories, lots of humor and numerous fresh insights into the character and legacy of this royal pioneer”.

The documentary about Prince Philip will be released on September 22, 2021

The documentary about Prince Philip will be released on September 22, 2021

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September 10, 2021

Duchess Meghan, Duchess Catherine and Co .: No appearance in new BBC documentary

On September 22, 2021, the BBC will broadcast a new film for Prince Philip, † 99, who died in April. More than a dozen members of the royal family will appear on the hour-long show paying tribute to Prince Philip: Prince Charles, 72, Princess Anne, 71, Prince Andrew, 61, Prince Edward, 57, Prince William, 39, Princess Beatrice, 33, Princess Eugenie, 31, Zara Tindall, 40 – and Prince Harry, 36.

In the documentary, however, Duchess Meghan is not allowed to say goodbye to Prince Philip in front of the public, the same applies to Duchess Catherine, 40, and the other spouses: inside the grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth, 95, and Prince Philip. Even the monarch will not have a personal say in the program.

Prince William + Prince Harry: They work together for the BBC documentary

A bitter blow for the Duchess of Sussex, who after the death of the Prince Consort, through her unofficial mouthpiece Omid Scobie, made it increasingly clear how close she was to Philip and how much she had been hit by his death. Because she was unable to attend the funeral due to her pregnancy, she sent a wreath of flowers that she had chosen herself and a handwritten note with personal words to the deceased in Windsor.

September 8, 2021

Prince Andrew: Escape from his lawsuit? He’s hiding on Balmoral

Prince Andrew, 61, is currently looking for shelter with his mother, Queen Elizabeth, 95, in her summer residence in Balmoral. It is not the first time this year that the monarch’s second eldest son and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, 61, have made the long journey from their residence on the grounds of Windsor Castle to Scotland. This time, however, his excursion is less likely to serve as a late summer recovery, but could presumably be more of an escape.

Andrew seems to want to avoid US lawyers who have knocked on his door several times to send him court documents, as “The Sun” speculates. But the royal security guards are said to have successfully rejected the lawyers so far. It’s about a lot. The documents are an application. In August 2021, the American Virginia Roberts Giuffre, 38, filed a civil lawsuit in New York against the brother of Prince Charles, 72, for the sexual abuse of a minor.

The first oral hearing is scheduled to take place on September 13, 2021. By allegedly going into hiding with his mother, Andrew may intend to delay the process. Will that help him? In the event of a failure to appear, the lawyers commissioned can obtain a request for service in court by means of a public notice. Even the thick walls of Balmoral Castle could then no longer protect the Royal.

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