Prince Harry and Meghan involved in stealthy palace take down

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The royal family has removed a landmark document about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and it is part of a much larger puzzle.

Strange things are happening at Buckingham Palace: It seems as if someone has pressed the delete button on the royal family’s official website.

To quote the immortally ignorant words of Australia’s most famous fish and chip seller: “Please explain?”

Why was a crucial part of the long and often torturous story of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, mysteriously removed from royal.uk?

It is a nearly eight-year-old bill of exchange, the most important piece of paper Harry has probably held in his hands since he filled out his Boujis membership application.

The year: 2016.

The pants: low.

Prince Harry: Had a new girlfriend.

Specifically on 31 October Daily Express brought to light the exclusive story that the former army captain with Suits star Meghan Markle.

At this point, the whole of Britain was shouting “Huh!” and very pleasantly surprised that Harry had the sense and taste to look beyond the predictable list of blonde upper-class ladies when searching for his new lover.

Here was a woman with a good degree, a successful career and a worldview that extended beyond Battersea Bridge. Hurrah!

Then, barely a week later, the excitement over the prince finding a girlfriend died down, and Harry issued an extraordinary and unprecedented statement denouncing the “wave of abuse and harassment” Meghan had faced, as well as the “sexism and racism” of the reactions to the news of their relationship.

On the day of publication – November 8 – it was published online in the press release section of the Royal Family’s official website, royal.uk.

Now it’s gone.

Not only that, but numerous other press releases from that time concerning the Duke also appear to have been deleted.

While a search in this section still yields a long list of entries, clicking on the heading only takes the user to a general page with entries tagged with the general keyword ‘Sussex’, for example:

Queen Camilla recently attended a literary festival in East Sussex.

Where have Harry’s statements gone? And why were his famous, sensational, trend-setting and hard-hitting statements about Meghan and other things removed by the palace?

This does not appear to be a recent change, for example to the 2016 statement, which

probably taken in December last year, according to investigations by NewsweekBy Jack Royston.

And this deletion of the November 2016 statement comes after the royal family has already repeatedly reduced, if not completely removed, the Sussexes’ presence on the royal website.

Last August, Harry and Meghan’s HRHs were removed from their official records and in March this year, the Duke and Duchess’s individual and detailed biographies, which totalled more than 4,000 words, were condensed and drastically shortened to a paltry 577 words.

The Palace has yet to comment on this latest, strange website change, but I ask you in all seriousness: could their treatment of the Sussexes, who long ago fled to California to escape the clutches of Crown Inc., be any more frosty?

Although there is neither a Gorbachev-like character lurking in the background nor is there a danger of a nuclear winter, are we facing a new Cold War?

When Harry appeared at his father King Charles’s door in February after the announcement of His Majesty’s cancer – allegedly uninvited – he was granted only a measly 30 minutes with him. Nor was he invited to travel north to Sandringham for some private time alone.

In early May, Harry returned to the UK to attend a service at St Paul’s Cathedral to mark the tenth anniversary of his hugely successful Invictus Games, and was offered the use of a royal residence by the King.

Although we do not know which property was provided to the prince who became a television producer, it was one that, according to telegraphhas “public entrances and exits and no police protection,” which sounds more like an inferior place of worship than Kensington Palace, Clarence House or St. James’s Palace.

And it’s also unlikely that he and Meghan will be wrapping up their young children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, any time soon to teach them the, er, “joys” of a summer in the Highlands. A friend of the royal couple told the Daily Beast: “The idea of ​​Harry and the children coming to Balmoral this summer is wishful thinking. It’s all just very sad.”

That exact word keeps going through my head. It’s all so damn sad.

When Harry embarked on his hectic tour of television interviews in a stone-blue jumper to promote Spare last January, he made it clear what he wanted to achieve.

“I want my father back, I want my brother back,” he told ITV’s Tom Bradby.

Disappointment, your name is Sussex, at least as far as the family is concerned.

Not only has the Duke of Sussex definitely not got his family back, but their family always seems to find new ways to push him even further to the far edges of the royal universe.

Nearly 18 months after that “back” comment, the King’s reaction to his son’s attempts to tell the truth was extremely hurtful.

The keys to Frogmore Cottage were almost snatched from his hands.

A third row seat at his coronation.

His offer in February to return to Britain to help the King and Princess Kate of Wales during their battle with cancer was flatly rejected.

(Was there any mirthless laughter on the phone when the offer was made? I’ll leave that up to you to decide.)

Now we have this situation with the Sussexes and the royal website. As Sherlock Holmes might have said, the game is afoot – just could someone please find out exactly what the game might be?

Daniela Elser is an author, editor and royal commentator with more than 15 years Experience working with a number of leading Australian media titles.

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