Prince Harry ‘afraid of becoming – once his nephew George turns 18’

A brand new ebook has confirmed that the Duke of Sussex was “eager” for his 18-year-old nephew to change into Prince George.

She claims that Harry, earlier than he met Meghan, had a long-standing “worry” that he can be “a fugitive as properly”.

The ebook says this compounded the frustration he felt when his aides talked to him concerning the issues he wished to do individually from William and Kate.

Excerpts from Courtiers: The Hidden Energy Behind the Crown by Valentine Lou, revealed by The Instances final evening.

The ebook additionally makes allegations about Meghan’s therapy of workers. On one event, the Duchess of Sussex was stated to have been extremely vital of a plan a younger worker had specified by entrance of her colleagues.

William later tried to console the unnamed worker by saying she was doing an excellent job and the girl broke down in tears.

The Duke of Sussex was 'interested' in becoming a thing of the past when his nephew Prince George turned 18, according to a new book.

The Duke of Sussex was ” in changing into a factor of the previous when his nephew Prince George turned 18, in keeping with a brand new ebook.

It is alleged that Harry, before meeting Meghan, had a long-standing 'fear' that he would be 'a fugitive too'.

It’s alleged that Harry, earlier than assembly Meghan, had a long-standing ‘worry’ that he can be ‘a fugitive too’.

The book also makes allegations about Meghan's treatment of employees.  On one occasion, the Duchess of Sussex was said to have been highly critical of a plan a young employee had laid out in front of her colleagues.

The ebook additionally makes allegations about Meghan’s therapy of workers. On one event, the Duchess of Sussex was stated to have been extremely vital of a plan a younger worker had specified by entrance of her colleagues.

After Meghan and Harry’s marriage, Samantha Cohen, the Queen’s former assistant non-public secretary, joins their group as their short-term non-public secretary.

The ebook quotes a supply saying that she too was bullied and nothing she did was ok for the couple.

Excerpts declare a supply as soon as stated: “Sam [Cohen] At all times make it clear that it is like working with two youngsters. They had been unimaginable and pushed it to the acute. She was depressing.

In 2021, the Duchess’ legal professionals denied that Miss Cohen had been bullied, saying the couple had all the time been grateful for her assist and dedication.

They’ve additionally lengthy known as such allegations “extremely inaccurate” and that the Duchess has “fully denied” bullying anybody.

Whereas an investigation launched by Buckingham Palace concluded that it will evaluate the way it dealt with complaints of bullying, it didn’t say the Duchess had truly bullied anybody.

A survey confirmed an increase in assist for property

An opinion ballot confirmed that assist for the monarchy elevated after the Queen’s funeral.

The survey of 1,000 adults discovered that round 47 per cent thought Britain can be worse off if it had been scrapped – up from 42 per cent who stated the identical factor in June.

Solely 22 per cent stated abolishing the monarchy would enhance the UK, down barely from 23 per cent. The survey additionally revealed that 56 % nonetheless anticipate the monarchy to final a minimum of one other 50 years, up from 45 % in March of this 12 months.

The share of those that stated Charles III would change into an excellent king rose from 49 % to 61 %, which is near the extent of assist for Prince William, who expects 72 % to do properly within the position when the time comes.

“King Charles started his reign with the optimism of the vast majority of Britons that he would change into an excellent king and with growing perception within the continuity of the monarchy,” stated Kelly Beaver, chief government of Ipsos, which performed the survey.

The ebook additionally tells of how Meghan and her private assistant Melissa Tawabty battled over free items together with garments, jewellery and candles that some corporations despatched to the Duchess.

Ms Al-Tawabti, who resigned simply six months after becoming a member of the palace, has adopted the rule that members of the royal household can’t settle for items from industrial organisations, however the ebook claims her strategy “didn’t slot in with Meghan”.

The ebook is scheduled to be revealed on October 6 by Headline Books.

In June, Buckingham Palace nearly buried a report on allegations of bullying by the Duchess of Sussex.

Royal aides admitted for the primary time that the outcomes would by no means be made public.

A supply informed the Every day Mail on the time: “Individuals suspected she was going to be buried, and now it appears like she’s been buried.”

The Every day Mail understands that even those that took half within the investigation weren’t informed of the end result.

Palace officers solely confirmed that their investigation had been concluded and that “suggestions on our coverage and procedures” had been made.

Aides to the royal household introduced in March of final 12 months that that they had launched an investigation into allegations that Meghan’s ‘disparaging’ habits whereas a working member of the royal household drove two private assistants out of the house and ‘undermined the belief’ of a 3rd lady.

Employees had been stated to have been left in tears and felt “shocked” – some likening their situation to post-traumatic stress.

The royal household has employed a third-party regulation agency, paid privately by the household, to research the allegations in a transfer some speculated might improve tensions between Harry, Meghan and the “institution”.

The Duchess has all the time vehemently denied the allegations, and her legal professionals on the time known as it a “calculated smear marketing campaign”.

After Meghan and Harry married, Samantha Cohen (pictured), the Queen's former assistant private secretary, joined their team as their temporary private secretary.

After Meghan and Harry married, Samantha Cohen (pictured), the Queen’s former assistant non-public secretary, joined their group as their short-term non-public secretary.

Last year, a palace spokesperson made it clear that details of the allegations - which were brought to the attention of senior house staff at the time by Harry and Meghan's press secretary, Jason Knauf (above) - would not be investigated.

Final 12 months, a palace spokesperson made it clear that particulars of the allegations – which had been dropped at the eye of senior home employees on the time by Harry and Meghan’s press secretary, Jason Knauf (above) – wouldn’t be investigated.

Final 12 months, a palace spokesperson made it clear that the main points of the allegations – which had been dropped at the eye of senior home employees on the time by Harry and Meghan’s press secretary, Jason Knauf – wouldn’t be investigated.

However they stated they’d examine how officers handled “historic allegations of bullying” and whether or not any adjustments to HR insurance policies and procedures ought to have been instigated in consequence.

A spokesperson confirmed that “if these findings are made public, they are going to be included on this 12 months’s Sovereign Grant Report – the official annual evaluate of the royal household’s public funds.”

However when the report was introduced yesterday, the grasp of the royal purse, Sir Michael Stephens, stated of the inquiry: “There’s nothing about this within the report.

As we stated final 12 months, this work was carried out privately and sovereign grant cash was not spent on it.

The evaluate has been accomplished and suggestions concerning our (Human Assets) coverage and procedures have been moved ahead. However we is not going to remark additional.

Did Harry refuse dinner because of the exclusion of the Duchess?

Written by David Wilkes

Prince Harry “refused” to dine together with his father and brother after Meghan was prevented from becoming a member of the household at Balmoral on the day the Queen died.

The Duke of Sussex, 38, was reported to have been “livid” after King Charles known as to inform him it was “not acceptable” for Meghan, 41, to accompany him to the Scottish property on September 8.

William took an RAF flight to Scotland with their uncles Andrew and Edward. However Harry is alleged to have missed it as a result of he was “too busy making an attempt to get Meghan to Balmoral and canoeing together with his household”.

After being informed to make his personal journey preparations, he landed at Aberdeen Airport with out the Duchess of Sussex minutes after the Queen’s loss of life was introduced to the world.

There was completely no suggestion Kate would be a part of William, however the Sussexes had been stated to have introduced that morning that Meghan and Harry had been on their manner – however by the afternoon, the plan had modified.

The Solar reviews immediately that Harry was invited to dinner at Birkhall, his father’s dwelling in Balmoral County, with the King, William and Camilla, Queen Consort on the evening of the Queen’s loss of life. However he’s stated to have stayed at Balmoral Citadel with the Earl and Countess of Wessex and the Duke of York.

A supply informed the newspaper: ‘Charles has an open invitation to Harry to dine with him wherever he’s within the nation. However Harry was so indignant that he refused to eat together with his father and brother.

“He left Balmoral as quickly as doable to catch his first industrial flight to London.”