Donald Trump sympathises with Queen Elizabeth after Prince Harry & Meghan Markle drama

Donald Trump and the Queen during a state banquet thrown in his honour in 2019

Donald Trump and the Queen during a state banquet thrown in his honour in 2019 Credit Jeff Gilbert

"Meghan and Harry do not need my help figuring out what's best for them, I care about them both and support whatever decisions they make for their family". On Friday, Chalmers appeared on BBC's "The One Show", where he discussed how becoming a husband and father has changed the royal.

In the wake of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announcing they were going to break away from their Royal duties and become "financially independent" of the Royal family, video has surfaced of Prince Harry pitching Disney executive Bob Iger his wife's voice for animation productions, which was first released by TMZ on Sunday. "I did not know that".

"Alongside the rest of the world, we are responding to the startling news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will step back as members of the royal family", said Steve Davies, CEO of Madame Tussauds. It is with your encouragement, especially in recent years, that we feel ready to make this adjustment. This geographic balance will allow us to raise our son with an appreciation for the royal tradition in which he was born, while providing our family with space to focus on the next chapter, including the launch of our new charity.

The details on Meghan and Harry's new roles in the royal family haven't been outlined just yet, but the Queen is working to reach a resolution with the couple soon.

Although some members of the monarchy were left feeling betrayed and disappointed by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, an insider claimed the couple felt their only choice was to make their announcement without informing senior royals.

The news sent shockwaves through the palace, who followed up shortly after with a statement of their own.

The couple had returned to the United Kingdom earlier this week to meet Canada's high commissioner, to thank them for their six-week break in the country over Christmas.

In a statement on Wednesday, Buckingham Palace said: "We understand their desire to take a different approach, but these are complicated issues that will take time to work through".

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