Queen Elizabeth news: 'Unsubtle' Meghan Markle 'threatened' to release more Royal Family secrets in bombshell interview | The Sun

THE DUCHESS of Sussex made 'unsubtle threats' against the Royal Family during an explosive tell-all interview, a royal commentator has sensationally claimed.

Meghan Markle made some incredible claims about her time in the Royal family, when she spoke to New York based magazine, The Cut.

She made it clear that she kept a daily journal while being a senior member of the Firm, and mentioned she had not signed an NDA.

This means there is no gag order stopping Meghan from spilling more bombshells about the Firm.

Daily Mail editor Richard Eden, believes these were very direct hints that the Duchess could release some jaw dropping details.

He told the Daily Mail: "She made a series of very unsubtle hints that she could say a lot more in the future. It seemed to be clear that they were threats."

She was coming across as saying, ‘I can say these things, I’ve chosen not to'."

The UK is just now days away from receiving Prince Harry and Meghan, as they launch their One Young World summit in Manchester on 5 September.

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

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Prince William’s cute nickname he was given at school

    The Duke of Cambridge was given an adorable nickname when he was just four years old, for his scrappy behaviour.

    Robert Lacey, royal biographer revealed that Prince William was called Basher Wills or Billy the Basher, while attending Mrs Jane Mynor’s Nursery.

    In his book, Battle of Brothers, he revealed this was because Wills was often getting into scraps with the other children.

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Prince Harry regrets last ever conversation with his mother Princess Diana

    In a 2017 documentary, Prince Harry revealed that when he last spoke to his mother, he was desperate to play outside.

    The documentary, Diana, Our Mother, saw Princes William and Harry recall memories of their late mother.

    Prince Harry said: "I can't really, necessarily, remember what I said. But all I do remember is probably, you know, regretting for the rest of my life how short the phone call was.

    "And if I'd known that was the last time I was going to speak to my mother, the things I would have said to her."

  • Henry Moore

    Meghan's number 1 question before meeting Prince Harry

    Before their first date, Meghan reportedly had little interest in Prince Harry's royal status.

    Rather, the now Duchess wanted to know one thing.

    Speaking of their first date, she said: “I didn’t know much about him, and so the only thing that I had asked her when she said that she wanted to set us up, was, I had one question. I said, ‘Well is he nice?’”

  • Henry Moore

    Meghan slammed for releasing bombshell podcast on the 25th anniversary of Diana's death

    Speaking on The Morning Show, Peter Ford criticised Meghan Markle's decision to release the second episode of her podcast, Archetypes, on the 25th anniversary of Lady Diana Spencer's death.

    "This anniversary wasn't exactly a surprise; we knew it was coming," the journalist pointed out.

    "So why would you schedule that interview for yesterday? Why not put the podcast off for a week. You know, get out of the news cycle."

    Taking to Twitter, Ford added: "On the actual 25th anniversary of Princess Diana's death, guess who inserts herself into the news cycle?

    "[She could have done] a podcast that drops today that talks about Diana's legacy and causes she supported. Would actually get massive coverage had she done it.

    "Or alternately she has the sway to tell Spotify to not release it for 24 hours. Surely this must cross Prince Harry's mind?"

  • Henry Moore

    Kelly Brook to appear in season six of The Crown

    Brook is set to appear in the latest season of the hit show, but with a cheeky twist.

    The producers at The Crown reached out to request permission to use a sexy pin-up snap from the Nineties.

    On Heart Breakfast with Jason King, Kelly showed the 90s pin-up which was taken in 1999.

    She began: "I got an email from my agent… and she said "We had a picture clearance request for one of your images to be used on The Crown Season six."

    Jason responded: "Hang on a second… I don't… no, I can’t see that. No, no no, you’re like my sister! Put it away! Put it away will you! No no no!

    "Am I right in thinking, if this is The Crown, they must be heading towards the Nineties?"

    Kelly excitingly revealed: "That’s definitely got to be a teenage boy’s bedroom hasn't it!

    "Can I be, can I be on the wall of Prince Harry, or Prince William’s bedroom at Buckingham Palace or wherever it is they grew up? Could that be.

    "Was I a pin-up for them, back in the day, back in the Nineties? Oh wow this is incredible. Well I've said yes of course."

  • Henry Moore

    Stick with The Sun for the latest live Royal updates

    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.

    Stay tuned here for updates everyday!

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    How Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis remember Princess Diana

    It is 25 years since Princess Diana lost her life in a shock car accident in Paris.

    Prince William has made sure all three of his children know about their grandmother, and celebrate her yearly.

    Reportedly every mothers day, the children make mothers day cards remembering Diana.

    In 2020, little Charlotte wrote: “Dear Granny Diana, I am thinking of you on mother’s day.

    “I love you very much. Papa is missing you. Lots of love Charlotte xxxxxx.”

    George wrote: “Dear Granny Diana, Happy Happy mothers day.

    “I love you very much and think of you always, sending lots of lve from George xxxxx.”

    Louis was only two at the time, so he painted a heart and put stickers on his card.

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Prince William’s children could go by different names at school

    Prince George and Princess Charlotte are days away from attending a brand new school in Berkshire after the family moved to Windsor.

    Hello! magazine reported that the children will just be known as George and Charlotte Cambridge so they don’t draw attention to their status.

    They will be attending Lambrook school, not far from their new home Adelaide Cottage in Windsor.

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Princess Anne’s missing medals

    The Princess Royal has an impressive collection from all over the world that she accumulated over the years.

    However some of these prized possessions have mysteriously disappeared.

    In 2005 she was given the had the Order of Logohu in Papua New Guinea.

    But during a recent visit, she had to wear one of her brother, Prince Charles’ medals in its place!

    It turns out Prince Charles is the only other person in the world to have one of these medals, so luckily it saved her some embarrassment!

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Denise Welch: ‘The Queen supports Prince Andrew!’

    The Loose Women panellist had a lot to say to the Meghan Markle haters, reminding them that Prince Andrew hasn’t completely been axed from the family.

    She told her Loose Women co-hosts: “I do seem to be in the minority, I think that Meghan Markle can do nothing right and hasn’t been able to since the beginning.”

    Denise continued: “The Queen supports Prince Andrew! The Queen doesn’t say anything about Prince Andrew!

    “A guy that paid a woman off for a sex case, we can’t talk about Meghan Markle without talking about Prince Andrew.”

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Prince Harry & Meghan have ‘no way back’

    A royal commentator has claimed that Harry and Meghan have “burnt bridges” with Prince Charles.

    Russell Myers said Prince Charles had “offered them an olive branch on several occasions; ‘come and stay at my house, worried about security’ – and I think the bridges are already burned – there will be absolutely no way back from them.”

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    King Edward VIII’s German allies explained by historian

    The Queen’s late uncle was King for a very short period of time before abdicating to marry his American socialite lover.

    A historical journalist claims that Edward VIII “turned the other cheek” to Nazi activity, and openly sided with Germany amid the Second World War.

    In 1937, he went on a tour of Nazi Germany, and the Union Jack flag was flown alongside the Nazi flag.

    Himself and his wife Wallis Simpson were even hosted by Adolf Hitler in Bavaria.

    Historian Andrew Lownie, told Vanity Fair this summer: “I think he knew perfectly well. When he did his tour [of Germany] in October 1937, he saw a concentration camp. He inspected the SS. 

    “He read the papers, so he must have seen even before the war there were all sorts of terrible things going on. 

    “I don’t think he could have had any misconception about what the Nazis were about.”

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    The Queen shall appoint new Prime Minister at Balmoral

    This year Queen Elizabeth makes history as she appoints the new Prime Minister, from her holiday home in the Scottish Highlands.

    While the nation waits for a new Prime Minister with baited breath, the Queen is making headlines for shaking up tradition.

    Due to concerns over mobility, the Queen has decided the new PM will be appointed at Balmoral, instead of Buckingham Palace this year.

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    American journalist claims the Firm ‘hates’ women

    Writing for the Independent, Clémence Michallon stated that the royal family needs women.

    The author said the Firm needs women “not just because they occasionally sit at the top of its hierarchy, but also for PR.

    “When you read about the royal family in a magazine or in a newspaper, you will read about its women.”

    Clémence states that the rules of succession were changed in 2013, when Prince George was born.

    She wrote: “The rules of succession changed to favour the eldest child, rather than the eldest son.”

    Speaking on the future of the Institution, she said: ” If it’s going to be here at all, then it needs to evolve.

    “Giving the ladies it so essentially needs a fair shake might be the best place to start.”

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Prince William’s cute nickname he was given at school

    The Duke of Cambridge was given an adorable nickname when he was just four years old, for his scrappy behaviour.

    Robert Lacey, royal biographer revealed that Prince William was called Basher Wills or Billy the Basher, while attending Mrs Jane Mynor’s Nursery.

    In his book, Battle of Brothers, he revealed this was because Wills was often getting into scraps with the other children.

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Princess Diana tried to be more ‘jolly’ like Fergie

    A royal author has said Prince Charles struggled to understand why Princess Diana felt “miserable” compared to Fergie.

    Andrew Morton has just released his new book Diana: Her True Story – In Her Own Words.

    In the book, it was claimed Prince Charles asked Princess Diana why she wasn’t more like Sarah Ferguson.

    Excerpts of the book, shared by the Daily Mail, read: “Fergie seemed to know all about the royal set-up, and came to lunch at Buckingham Palace and didn’t seem daunted by it all.

    “Suddenly, everybody said: ‘Oh, isn’t Fergie marvellous, a breath of fresh air – thank God she’s more fun than Diana.

    “I felt terribly insecure, I thought maybe I ought to be more like Fergie.”

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Prince Charles guest edits The Voice celebrating ‘unity through diversity’

    The Prince of Wales has said he was “touched” to be invited to edit this special edition of the paper.

    It is the UK’s only national black newspaper, and was set up in 1982.

    In it’s 40th year of operation, Prince Charles has said in his editors letter he uses his “vision to tackle racial injustice and unfairness.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Prince Harry & Meghan’s son ready for school

    Archie is currently attending nursery, but in a recent interview it was revealed he is ready to start attending school.

    In an interview with The Cut, it was revealed that Archie is doing well at nursery, and is very nearly ready to attend school.

  • Louis Allwood

    Prince Harry reveals Archie’s first word was ‘Grandma’, referencing Princess Diana

    In his Apple+ programme The Me You Can’t See, Prince Harry revealed the adorable way they remember his late mother in the household.

    The Duke revealed that there is a photo of Lady Di in Archie’s nursery, and that he learnt to say the word “Grandma”.

    Prince Harry said: “I got a photo of her in his nursery, and it was one of the first words that he said — apart from ‘mama,’ ‘papa,’ it was then ‘grandma’.

    “It’s the sweetest thing, but at the same time, it makes me really sad because she should be here.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Prince William & Kate didn’t ‘read the room’ with new home

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were accused of not being sensitive amid the cost of living crisis.

    A royal commentator called their new home a “PR move” as a Daily Mail editor Richard Kay slams their decision.

    He told the Palace Confidential: “It just looks slightly extravagant, slightly over-the-top.

    “What’s slightly surprising, in my view, about it is that William and Kate have been very good at, recognising public reading, reading the rooms, and on this occasion, I felt they didn’t.”

  • Louis Allwood

    South African actor baffled over Meghan’s Nelson Mandela comparison

    Meghan Markle recently told The Cut that a South African actor compared her marriage to Prince Harry to Nelson Mandela’s freedom.

    She told the US publication that the unnamed actor said people were celebrating her wedding in the streets, the same way they celebrated Mandela’s freedom from decades in prison.

    According to The Times, Dr John Kani said Meghan had made a “faux pas” even stating that her wedding was “no big deal” in South Africa.

  • Louis Allwood

    Meghan Markle embarrassed when Mariah Carey called her a ‘diva’

    In her most recent instalment of Archetypes, Meghan Markle interviewed the Ultimate Diva, Mariah Carey.

    The Duchess discussed the label of the diva with songstress to the stars Mariah Carey.

    Mariah said to her: “You give us diva moments sometimes Meghan, don’t even act like…” with surprised Meghan responding: “What kind of diva moments do I give you?”

    Meghan gave a voiceover at the end, saying she was worried Mariah had read “nonsense” about her online to lead her to have this opinions.

    Mariah insists she was only “playing” with Meghan.

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    The Queen will appoint new Prime Minister at Balmoral

    This year Queen Elizabeth makes history as she appoints the new Prime Minister, from her holiday home in the Scottish Highlands.

    While the nation waits for a new Prime Minister with baited breath, the Queen is making headlines for shaking up tradition.

    Due to concerns over mobility, the Queen has decided the new PM will be appointed at Balmoral, instead of Buckingham Palace this year.

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    How Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis remember Princess Diana

    It is 25 years since Princess Diana lost her life in a shock car accident in Paris.

    Prince William has made sure all three of his children know about their grandmother, and celebrate her yearly.

    Reportedly every mothers day, the children make mothers day cards remembering Diana.

    In 2020, little Charlotte wrote: "Dear Granny Diana, I am thinking of you on mother's day.

    "I love you very much. Papa is missing you. Lots of love Charlotte xxxxxx."

    George wrote: "Dear Granny Diana, Happy Happy mothers day.

    "I love you very much and think of you always, sending lots of lve from George xxxxx."

    Louis was only two at the time, so he painted a heart and put stickers on his card.

  • Lauren Cole-Lomas

    Samantha Markle slams Meghan's ‘odd and breathy’ podcast

    Samantha Markle, who is currently suing her younger sister, gave her two cents on Meghan’s brand new podcast, Archetypes.

    The two sisters have had a very rocky relationship over the years, resulting in a very nasty law suit.

    Elder sister Samantha claimed that when Meghan told Oprah she “felt like an only child” that she was damaging Samantha’s reputation.

    Speaking with Dan Wootton’s GB News, Samantha said Meghan’s voice was “‘odd and breathy,” and rolled her eyes.

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