Queen Elizabeth ‘Relies’ On Prince Harry More Than William, Royal Commentator Says

Queen Elizabeth ‘Relies’ On Prince Harry More Than William, Royal Commentator Says

Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, have paid tribute to Princess Diana in a powerful message supporting LGBTQ+ rights.

During the interview, Trump was confronted by the comments made by Markle ahead of the 2016 United States presidential election where she said on "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore" that Trump was misogynistic and that his politics was divisive. What can I say?

President Donald Trump sparked a new debate in Britain this past week, after calling comments made in the past by Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, "nasty", in an interview with the Sun tabloid.

Fellow passenger Amy Garrick noticed Harry at the front of the plane as she waited to use the loo and later posted: 'He smiled and said "Hi" when he realised I knew who he was'.

However, he was full of praise for the new mum too, and expressed concern when he was told she wouldn't be meeting him along with the rest of the royal family on his upcoming state visit.

Speaking on "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore" in 2016, Markle called Trump misogynistic and said his politics are divisive, saying she would move to Canada if he won the presidency.

Trump's remarks ahead of the trip echoed concerns voiced in the lead-up to Meghan's wedding with Harry: that her past political activism may make things awkward for the royal family, which is not supposed to voice public political views. She'll be very good. "I don't know if you saw that", the interviewer can be heard asking Trump in the clip. We had a lot of interesting things to say. After failing three times this year to get parliament to back her plan for leaving the European Union, prime minister Theresa May said last week she would step down as leader of the governing Conservative Party on June 7 to open the way for a contest to succeed her. "I hope she does".

Green told the outlet that the Duke of Sussex's invitation to the roundtable discussion convened by The Royal Foundation's "Heads Together" campaign - the mental health initiative spearheaded by the royals - was "quite heartening, bearing in mind that there is such controversy and we are attacked regularly".

Trump, joined by first lady Melania Trump, is also expected to meet with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry for a private lunch during the visit starting on June 3.