Prince Harry could face “ticking off” from Queen on his next visit home


Prince Harry could face a “ticking off” from the Queen when he returns to Britain.

Royal staff have been told to prepare Harry’s home – Frogmore Cottage – on the Windsor estate.

Although the Prince will have to self-isolate” after his trip from America, the Queen is reported to be “wanting a few words” with her grandson.

The Sun reported a royal insider that “the estate is large enough for talks in a socially distanced way”.

The source added:

“Staff at Windsor have been told to prepare for the possibility Harry could come back.

“They are told that it could be within weeks, but Meghan’s name was not mentioned.

“There are all sorts of issues to speak about – not only his political statements but also his visa situation in the US.”

Meanwhile, Harry and wife Meghan are the least eco-friendly royals – according to a report.

Save on Energy (SOE) has devised a points-based system for ranking members of the Royal family.

It based its rating on travel footprint, how many environmental charities they support, their attendance at environmental events, how sustainable their wardrobes are, how many of their social media posts cite environmental issues, and whether they use electric cars.

The company put the Duke and Duchess of Sussex bottom of the class for how eco-friendly they are.

The SOE report said:

“Despite having been awarded points for owning an electric car and Meghan’s loyalty to sustainable fashion brands, Harry and Meghan engaged considerably less than others with environmental charities and engagements between March 2019 and 2020, which hinders their score.”

Prince Charles was rated the most eco-friendly Royal, followed by his wife Camilla and then Prince Philip.


About the Author

Philip Braund spent 16 years at the Daily Mirror as a reporter and news editor before moving to ITV. He was the series producer of the ground-breaking investigation programme The Cook Report, Managing Editor at ITV's Millbank Studios, and Head of News at ITV Central. He has won national and regional Royal Television Society awards for documentaries.

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