Prince William reveals Prince George keeps track of the royal tour
Speaking at an engagement in Belize last night, William, 39, explained eight-year-old George puts a pin in each destination on a map of the world. Like any good big brother, he then shares the information with his younger siblings Charlotte, six, and Louis, three. © Provided by Daily Mail Prince William revealed how his son Prince George keeps track of his parents on their royal tour from the family home at Kensington Palace.
Looks like more royal engagement photo ops might be in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's future than we thought. According to royal expert/author Tom Quinn, it might actually be "likely" that we'll see the Sussexes come back to working royal life on a part-time basis when Prince Charles becomes king. © RICHARD POHLE - Getty Images According to royal expert and author Tom Quinn, Prince Charles is "likely" to allow Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to be part-time royals when he's king.
"We’ve already heard Charles say he wants to streamline the royal family, [to] modernize it," Quinn told Us Weekly. "I think Meghan and Harry are hoping….Charles will be open to [them being] part-time royals, which is what they wanted from the start."
Prince William says royal family 'supports with pride and respect' any future decision made by Queen's overseas realms
During royal tour in Bahamas, Prince William says British royal family 'supports with pride and respect' any decisions taken by the Queen’s overseas realms over their future . GALLERY: Best photos from William and Kate's first full day in the Bahamas - sailing, school visit and meeting frontline workers At a reception to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee, hosted by Bahamas Governor General Cornelius Alvin Smith, Prince William told guests: "Next year, I know you are all looking forward to celebrating fifty years of independence – your Golden Anniversary.
It's true that Harry and Meghan wanted to keep doing royal work part-time when they initiated their royal exit back in January 2020. In their announcement of the decision, they wrote that they planned "to balance our time between the United Kingdom and North America, continuing to honour our duty to the Queen, the Commonwealth, and our patronages." The Queen ultimately shot down Harry and Meghan's proposed balancing act, eventually deciding that "in stepping away from the work of the Royal Family, it is not possible to continue with the responsibilities and duties that come with a life of public service."
“Of course, the queen—who grew up with this sense that you’re either in fully or out fully—she wouldn’t allow [it]," Quinn said in his interview with Us Weekly. "But … Charles may well allow this."
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Quinn went on to say Charles might actually be "likely" to want to make nice with Harry and Meghan, even if it was just for appearances—and to point out that having the Sussexes working as part-time royals doesn't necessarily have a downside for the royal family.
"It would be better to say to Harry, ‘OK, we’ll do it the way you want to do it. You can be here for six months,'" Quinn added. "It’s not as if being a working member of the royal family involves anything politically sensitive or controversial, because really, when they’re full-time royals, they open hospitals. They, you know, give their names to charities. So that is possible that, that they could do that for half the year and, you know, do their other stuff in America."
Even for the royal engagement pictures alone, we're on board for this.
Netflix crew scamper around after Harry and Meghan at Invictus Games .
The Netflix crew stood apart from the dozens of photographers covering the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan at the Invictus Games reception today, as they follow the couple for a docu-series.The cameraman, sound recordist and producer wore maroon coloured bibs with numbers on to make sure they stood out from the other media at the Netherlands event.