No wonder Prince Harry says he has a special relationship with the Queen.
We all know there is something unique and unique between grandparents and grandchildren: unconditional love.
I know I adore my grandfather, who was a fun-loving, frankly speaking Yorkshire farmer.
He took me fishing and helped me get on my bike, and we didn’t enjoy a Saturday afternoon more than watching a little bit of Big Daddy against Giant Haystacks wrestling.
And when I grew up and my grandmother died, we became friends again because she struggled with grief and loneliness.
We spent hours in front of the open, roaring fire talking about the past, present and future.
So when I was offered a dream job in New York, he was one of the reasons I turned it down.
I know that someone who has just gone abroad to serve in the war won’t buy a Virgin Atlantic ticket at any hour-and my rights to American vacations at the new job are minimal. .
I’m not a saint, it was just a choice I made. But if you choose, you’ll sacrifice too – and you won’t take your cake and eat it.
The deceived Harry didn’t seem to understand this.
He chose to go to America and he has almost been able to return since his departure.
But now she is arrogant trying to pretend that the queen is having a hard time living without her guidance.
Since becoming King of Montecito, he has done terrible damage to the royal family, mostly through that insulting interview with Oprah Winfrey.
He then failed to show up at the Duke’s memorial service in Edinburgh due to ‘security risks’.
A few days later, there seemed to be a glimpse of old Harry when he secretly returned to visit his grandmother with Meghan for the first time since resigning from his kingly duties.
It was only a short visit as they headed to the Invictus Games in the Netherlands, where they had important filming.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have signed a £ 112million Netflix deal to produce documentaries, children’s programs, scripted films and feature films, but have yet to finish producing content, this is why sequences.
I’m sure despite everything, the Queen – who just turned 96 – was thrilled to see them and hear about her great -grandchildren and their lives in America.
So Harry’s sitting down with NBC for a U.S. television interview and talking about that private meeting days later was a shameful betrayal.
The TV interview is something of a dynamite – exactly what Netflix itself needs for a blockbuster, and it’s a sure way to engage American viewers.
It has it all – a real blue blood prince with a mysterious history and secrets about our monarch.
Bitter Harry said he visited the Queen to “make sure she was protected and there were the right people around her”.
He described their “special relationship”.
Not the sharpest pencil in the box
She admitted that she talked to him about things she couldn’t tell others.
Did he think that when he fled America, the rest of the family couldn’t go for him?
Did he believe he would not talk to Charles, Anne, Edward, Sophie or any of his grandchildren.
No, I’m sure he didn’t. I have no doubt that it is about making the best of a situation for one’s own good.
To give her cat more pulling power, she added that America is her home – to be loved by the Yanks.
He then took Diana into the conversation and gave his brother William a cunning dig, saying: ‘He almost did his part with my brother and now he has helped me a lot. He installed it, and now he’s helping me install it.
It’s been said before that Harry isn’t the sharpest pencil in the box, and if he thinks people can’t see his plan, he’s a fool.
But Harry, who takes advantage of your grandmother, with whom you have a special relationship, is the lowest.
Of course, even after that, Her Majesty would still love her, but no doubt she would be hurt.
If I still did it, I knew my grandfather would call me in many ways, including “asshole”.
Those aren’t the words the Queen will use today, but I’m sure the sentiment is the same.
I wish for him that Harry would stay away from the Jubilee celebrations because his presence would cover the entire event.
The queen or the rest of the family did not know what she would do next for her own good. They could not trust him.
He seems to have lost his mind in La La Land – and, frankly, where he should stay.
You laugh Moss, Lila
KATE MOSS’s daughter Lila Grace, 19, said when she started high school she described her mother as “old and boring”.
Eight years ago, when Kate was 40 years old.
If Kate Moss can be called boring with her child, there is little hope for the rest of us.
How will he cope?
We are welcomed this week into the beautiful world of singer Will Young.
She first revealed that she was afraid of lollipop sticks cause she was hurt to mention it.
Then he went to Radio 5 to talk about his new book.
During the interview, listeners will hear the Pop Idol star’s fire alarm constantly ringing in the background.
Will admitted he had been beeping for TWO months and asked for advice on how to replace it.
Fortunately “Kev, the bubbly” explained to him how to use a screwdriver and replace a battery.
The new book, on the other hand, is a self-help book.
I don’t think it’s a bestseller.
Children are the real victims
The ITV drama The Thief, His Wife And The Canoe, which stars Eddie Marsan and Monica Dolan as canoeist John Darwin and his wife Anne, has proven to be a hot topic.
First, their “Hartlepool” accents come out of Newcastle, the family home is shown in the wrong place, and there is a fierce element of slapstick in what should be a serious story.
I interviewed their children Mark and Anthony after their parents were imprisoned.
For many years they thought their father was dead, while their mother lied to them.
He then refused to admit his guilt, so the poor men were forced to testify in court.
Can you imagine their pain and grief?
They were soft-spoken, handsome young men who had been through hell and said they felt their whole life was a lie and that their parents had ‘trampled’ their lives on because of money.
The worst thing about this drama is that Anne is portrayed as a victim – because the real victim is her two sons.
Blame the Easter Bunny
I AM HAPPY to see the hot hell that is Easter coming back another year.
My son is old enough to get eggs, but is too young to realize how many eggs he has eaten and left.
So when she lost an entire bag of her mini eggs, along with a beautiful Lindt white chocolate bunny over the weekend, she wasn’t surprised where they were.
Of course, I blamed the Easter Bunny and thought he was the best of the parents.
After all, no one likes a super sugary kid, right?
Married and sentenced
I have always found the liking of men who have served decades in prison to be very remarkable.
This article yesterday revealed that trainee dental nurse Rebecca Short, 26, married her boyfriend on death row after being distracted by serial killers.
Rebecca – from posh Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire – married 35 -year -old double killer Manuel Ovante Jr in an Arizona prison.
They cut the black wedding cake that read, “Till death do us part!”
Her family took photos. Her – not surprisingly – was scared because she told them she wasn’t on vacation.
Now she had about five years of marital happiness before she received a lethal injection.
For me, he needs to be locked up again.
You MUST always look at the bright side of things, and this week I’m going to raise my glass on global warming.
A vineyard located on the shores of Norway’s largest fjord is ready to sell wine to the world.
Due to climate change, they can now harvest ripe grapes there.
As the Norwegians say, skål!
On board with?
LIAM GALLAGHER will definitely roll over if he doesn’t get under the knife.
The Oasis star says she needs a double hip replacement for arthritis but she would rather suffer the pain than have surgery.
He said: ‘It’s the stigma, which says you’ve replaced your hip. And after? »
Well, a wheelchair, I thought, Liam.