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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not return to UK for party to honour Diana

HELLO! 09 October, 2021 - 03:29pm

While the Duke of Cambridge is set to be joined by 100 guests for the bash a week on Tuesday, a spokesperson confirmed to HELLO! that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not be in attendance. 

The royal brothers were reunited for the statue unveiling of their late mother in the gardens at Kensington Palace on 1 July, on what would have been the royal's 60th birthday. A reception with a larger group of family and friends was postponed due to COVID-19 regulations at the time.

Instead, the Princes were joined by a handful of guests at the unveiling, including Diana's siblings, Earl Spencer, Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes.

Close friend Sir Elton John will reportedly be among the guests at the event on 19 October. It is intended to thank donors who helped to fund the statue, which depicts Diana in the later years of her life and shows her surrounded by three children.

Prince Harry and Meghan carried out their first major public outings last month since stepping back from royal duties in March. The couple, who welcomed daughter Lilibet in June, stepped out in New York for a three-day trip, where they campaigned for vaccine equity.

The Duke is also set to return to New York next month. Harry will be back on the East Coast to present the inaugural Intrepid Valor Awards to five service members, veterans and military families "living with the invisible wounds of war" at the Intrepid Museum's 2021 Salute to Freedom gala on 10 November.

The event, held aboard the historic aircraft carrier Intrepid, comes the day before Armistice Day in the UK, known as Veterans Day in the US.

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Why Harry and Meghan May Never Let the Public See Archie's and Lilibet's Faces

MarieClaire.com 09 October, 2021 - 09:55am

Harry and Meghan stepped away from royal duties, in part, to make sure they had this level of privacy.

The royal family usually has to walk to a tightrope when it comes to giving the media access to their children—like how Prince William and Kate create some organized opportunities for the press to take photographs of their kids, or release some snaps of them taken by the family, while keeping the children otherwise out of the public eye.

But Harry and Meghan are not messing around with their privacy plan. They said when they departed England and stepped away from their royal duties that that privacy was a major reason for doing so. Prior to their move, Harry allegedly hated having to give the media access to Archie, and now that they're out, he and Meghan have shown themselves willing to bring legal action against any publication who invades their carefully-cultivated private lives—like when they sued a photo agency for using a drone to capture images of Archie on a walk with Meghan’s mother Doria.

Another Daily Beast source, Giles Harrison, who the publication calls “a veteran paparazzo,” said that Harry and Meghan’s legally-enforceable commitment to providing their children with a private life has left many photographers unwilling to risk their scorn—even as the prices for photos of Archie and Lilibet skyrocket because of their scarcity. “If you get the pictures of them, they are gonna try and sue you no matter what happens, no matter where you were,” Giles told the site. “And they can afford to sue you a lot more than you can afford to defend yourself.”

Those lockdowns on their children’s images are yet another way that Harry and Meghan are throwing out the royal traditions that no longer suit them. It makes perfect sense that they would use the influence they’ve attained to make sure that their kids have the choice to become public-facing, if and when they’re ready.

Why Harry and Meghan May Never Let the Public See Archie's and Lilibet's Faces

Daily Star 09 October, 2021 - 09:55am

Harry and Meghan stepped away from royal duties, in part, to make sure they had this level of privacy.

The royal family usually has to walk to a tightrope when it comes to giving the media access to their children—like how Prince William and Kate create some organized opportunities for the press to take photographs of their kids, or release some snaps of them taken by the family, while keeping the children otherwise out of the public eye.

But Harry and Meghan are not messing around with their privacy plan. They said when they departed England and stepped away from their royal duties that that privacy was a major reason for doing so. Prior to their move, Harry allegedly hated having to give the media access to Archie, and now that they're out, he and Meghan have shown themselves willing to bring legal action against any publication who invades their carefully-cultivated private lives—like when they sued a photo agency for using a drone to capture images of Archie on a walk with Meghan’s mother Doria.

Another Daily Beast source, Giles Harrison, who the publication calls “a veteran paparazzo,” said that Harry and Meghan’s legally-enforceable commitment to providing their children with a private life has left many photographers unwilling to risk their scorn—even as the prices for photos of Archie and Lilibet skyrocket because of their scarcity. “If you get the pictures of them, they are gonna try and sue you no matter what happens, no matter where you were,” Giles told the site. “And they can afford to sue you a lot more than you can afford to defend yourself.”

Those lockdowns on their children’s images are yet another way that Harry and Meghan are throwing out the royal traditions that no longer suit them. It makes perfect sense that they would use the influence they’ve attained to make sure that their kids have the choice to become public-facing, if and when they’re ready.

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