Piers Morgan, the broadcaster, may have finally blown apart the long-running Royal “racism row” when he named on his Talk TV show two members of the Royal family a new book claims were the individuals so disgracefully implicated by the Duchess of Sussex. You may recall that Morgan was sacked by ITV when he said, after the Sussexes’ interview with Oprah, that he didn’t believe a word Meghan had said. Like millions of us, he has had enough of this manipulative, malevolent nonsense, apparently calc
Buckingham Palace is considering whether it should take action after the King and Princess of Wales were named in the Dutch version of a new book as senior royals who questioned what skin colour Prince Archie would have. The writer said an investigation had been launched into how the names were included in the translated version of Endgame, which Dutch publisher, Xander Uitgevers, said had been pulled from shelves in the Netherlands due to an "error".
THE British monarchy has suffered “long-lasting reputational damage” following a row which has seen two royals named as being at the heart of racism allegations, a royal commentator has said ...
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In a piece for the Daily Mail, Mr Johnson pointed out families usually wonder what a new, unborn baby may look like.
Matt Hancock was back at the Covid Inquiry. Having been emotionally present as a sort of verbal punching bag for every other witness, the man who his constituents delight in calling a West Suffolker was forced to take time out from Naked Attraction, or whichever other inanity has most recently featured on his great redemptive pilgrimage round the TV studios, to appear in person.
The row has overshadowed the King’s address to Cop28, the UN Climate Change summit.
The Duchess of Sussex took her publicist on a tour of a US magazine while she was still an aspiring actress in an apparent bid to raise her Hollywood profile, Omid Scobie has revealed.
A book has named Charles and Catherine as royals alleged to have discussed skin colour of Harry and Meghan’s unborn son
The BBC has joined other news outlets in naming the senior British royals accused of making comments about the skin color of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s son Archie. Piers Morgan named King Charles III and Kate Middleton on his TalkTV show on Wednesday after a Dutch version of journalist Omid Scobie‘s book, Endgame, mistakenly …
What is this, some sort of Suicide Squad anime?
The Royal family was considering legal action on Thursday night after media outlets around the world began naming the two so-called “royal racists”.
The Dutch translation of a British royals biography was pulled after a family member concerned about baby's skin color was named.
Omid Scobie’s new book, Endgame, caused huge controversy this week following a number of damning accusations regarding the Royal family.
Speaking to Business Insider, "Endgame" author Omid Scobie discussed King Charles and Prince William's alleged fight for the spotlight.
Book identifies King Charles and Princess of Wales as allegedly having discussed skin colour of Harry and Meghan’s unborn son
Of the many Stephen King adaptations that are currently in the works, easily one of the most exciting is Netflix's "The Talisman," which is being produced by "Stranger Things" creators Matt and Ross Duffer as well as legendary filmmaker Steven Spielberg. As of right now, we don't know for sure when we'll actually get to see the show (in part because of the on-going WGA strike), but there has been an interesting development that could impact the project in the big picture: King is apparently mulling the possibility of writing a second sequel to his 1984 novel, which was co-written by Peter Straub and previously inspired a follow-up titled "Black House" that was published in 2001. Straub passed more than a year ago at the age of 79, but Stephen King has revealed on a new episode of the "Talking Scared" podcast that he is considering writing a book that would complete the trilogy that starts with "The Talisman" and "Black House." The author brought it up unprompted when he was asked if he'll ever make a dense, large scale epic like "The Stand," "IT," "Under The Dome" or "11.22.63" again, and he suggested that the possible sequel would fit that description.
‘It’s not for me to apologise,’ says author Omid Scobie
Copies of Omid Scobie’s book were pulled from the shelves in the Netherlands on publication day on Tuesday.
'I translate what is in front of me - the names of the royals were there in black and white'