PLATELL’S PEOPLE: What value do the Sussexes have if they can’t be nasty about the royals? 

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What a rotten few weeks for Prince Harry. First, after wasting precious time trying to get Meghan on the plane to Balmoral, was his desperate attempt to stay at his grandmother’s bedside before she died.

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Then she learned of her death from her father—who was making an urgent effort to contact her—just five minutes before it was announced to the world.

(Whatever his fault, no one can deny that Harry was a loving and much-loved grandson.)

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After that, we saw that he was reportedly trying to delay the publication of his warts-and-all book about the horrific and racist royal family, perhaps out of fear that it would take a toll on him and Meghan. may be reflected.

Now there are blazing revelations that the Sussexes are trying to postpone the December release of their multimillion-pound Netflix docu-series until next year. The show that reportedly includes jibes against his father — now King, of course — against his stepmother Camilla and his estranged brother and sister-in-law.

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People of Platel: What a rotten week it’s been for Prince Harry. First, after wasting precious time trying to get Meghan on the plane to Balmoral, was his desperate attempt to stay at his grandmother’s bedside before she died

The point is that such attacks, as well as any indiscretions about the royal family, could well damage the Sussex brand, which is coming soon after the death of the Queen – even Even in distant America, where their real currency lies.

And yet, sadly, for this bitter couple in their $14 million Montecito mansion, their worth depends on continuing such attacks.

What Are Harry and Meghan Worth If They Aren’t Hating the Royals?

Will Netflix pay them $100 million for being nice about Charles, Camilla, William, and Kate, and for letting us know they care about the world?

The Queen’s death means that, at least for now, her golden American goose is well-ripe. They can no longer take cash simply by telling ‘their truth’ about animal kingdoms.

Meghan is promising instead to inform us about her and Harry’s love story.

The aspiring TV actress traps a prince in an unknown Canadian TV series. Removes him from his family, his home, his lineage and everything he loves so that he can become a lonely Netflix star. Many would call it a horror film.

Controversial rapper Coolio, who died at the age of 59, had a career as colorful as his love life. Four children with his ex-wife Josepha and six more with other women. If they all come it’s going to be one hell of a funeral.

think what can be sexy

Hurray for the outspokenness of 52-year-old Bridget Jones actress Sally Phillips, who has said that menopause isn’t always a disaster, that for many women it can be ‘too sexy, you can get a huge increase in libido’, and ‘You might feel a little la la for a few years, but you get over it’.

And what a welcome slap on the face of the menopause police that, while terrifying for some, it is not a constant misery for every woman.

It’s a really bad hobby, Lenny

Lenny Henry says the abuse he received for his role in Amazon’s new The Lord of the Rings series has left audiences unhappy with so many actors from ethnic backgrounds.

Perhaps they’re attacking the ridiculously over-the-top depiction of the mad-eyed Harfoot elder.

Our Lenny may have mastered Shakespeare’s Othello, but as Sadok Burroughs he is a joke—and not a joke.

Lenny Henry says the abuse he received for his role in Amazon's new The Lord of the Rings series has left audiences unhappy with so many actors from ethnic backgrounds.

Lenny Henry says the abuse he received for his role in Amazon’s new The Lord of the Rings series has left audiences unhappy with so many actors from ethnic backgrounds.

Now that we’re getting closer to her final performance as Doctor Who, actress Jodie Whitaker — who lost millions of viewers during her lead on the TARDIS — says she can’t stop crying about her time as the Time Lord. I cannot speak.

When I see your doctor, Jody, I burst into tears – that’s when I’m not screaming: ‘Destruction!’

One million viewers kicked off the first Strictly Live show last Saturday, which attracted the smallest audience in years. And a little surprise.

I’m all for inclusivity, but how on earth can beautiful dancer Karen Hauer lift her lesbian partner, Jayde Adams at 6ft 2, without a career-ending injury?

Or the waltz when she can’t even get her hand around Jayde’s body? This is foolishness.

Why not hook up Jayde with a sly bloke instead of same-sexing?

This is a dance show, not a social experiment.

let’s back it up for lily

Aside from that lapse in judgment when she shared a scooter with Dominic West, Lily James has been flawless – mesmerizing us at Cinderella, wooing us into Rebecca, Downton Abbey and Mamma Mia! here we go again.

Now she arrives at the British Film Institute Charity Gala wearing a backless red dress and patting her behind.

If there was an Oscar for Best Floor, it would surely go to our adorable Lily. Although Mrs Dominic West may not agree.

Now she arrives at the British Film Institute's charity gala wearing a backless red dress, patting her back

Now she arrives at the British Film Institute’s charity gala wearing a backless red dress, patting her back

A jury has allowed then-24th student Imogen Brooke to have sex with a man she met on a dating website.

Among the nuggets heard in court were the claims that, with her weight, she could not possibly have managed to impress him, and that before they could share the feast of onion rings, he fell asleep.

How ironic when so many rape victims wait for more than two years for their cases to be heard.

Message to the king as Queen Margrethe of Denmark stripped of her princely titles from her four grandchildren: Time to do the same here.

Remove ‘Princess’ from Eugenie and Beatrice and call them what they are: Mrs. Eugenie Brooksbank, the wife of a tequila ambassador, and Mrs. Beatrice Mapelli Mozzi, married to a property developer, so successful they are still a Living in grace and- side apartment in St. James’s Palace.

Westminster War

  • After failing to regain the Labor whip, Jeremy Corbyn vents his anger by playing the ‘Kill Thatcher’ video game at a party convention. Only a truly perverted person would want to kill our first lady PM even in one game.
  • Angela Renner confident that Labor will win the next election and that she will be deputy PM, compares herself to John Prescott ‘but better show up in a dress.’ Terrible thought, but also improbable because the animosity between him and Keir is evident, and he alone fails to mention it in his leader’s speech.
  • Instead of racially abusing the Quasi Quarteng, you might have thought that Labor MP Roopa Haque would celebrate what they have in common: British-born children of migrants, privately educated and Cambridge graduates. The only difference is that his political career is now dead.

Mike Tindall says that the Queen gave her approval for the use of a utilitarian C-17 transport aircraft to transport her coffin to London, even though it was used to bring back the bodies of British soldiers.

His Majesty said: ‘If it’s good enough for my boys, it’s good enough for me.’

Wonderful.

Battle of the Bex (Continued)

After David read the Riot act to his son, Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz attended Victoria’s show at Paris Fashion Week.

Nick hurt Vic’s feelings by saying that, contrary to rumors that she had rebuffed Posh, it was VB who refused to make her a wedding dress.

Good for Beck for standing up for his wife, but isn’t that a strong sign of Beckham’s PR team taking advantage of this saga, a brand?

If you can get over Kenneth Branagh’s absurd prosthetics, there are heartwarming moments in the new Sky Series This England.

When Boris tries to invite his four children to wish him a Merry Christmas with ex-wife Marina, no one picks up.

And when Carrie becomes pregnant, he fails to tell them before the press reads it.

Not only did Boris lose his job as prime minister, he unfortunately lost the respect of his children.

Virgin Atlantic has launched its new ad campaign, saying that male and female employees (if we’re still allowed to call them that) can wear skirts or trousers or whatever, and passengers with gender-neutral pronouns. can book. Why would advertising blow me away with Virgin when I can do so cheap elsewhere?

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