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Latest news on Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, as he begins a new life in California with wife Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, after stepping down from senior royal duties.

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  • Reuters

    Prince Harry has met 'obligations' on UK home, palace source says

    Britain's Prince Harry and his American wife Meghan have met their "obligations" in regards to their British home and no more payments on the property will be needed for the time being, a senior Buckingham Palace source has said. The couple, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have faced criticism from some British media after they spent 2.4 million pounds on refurbishing Frogmore Cottage, set within the grounds of Queen Elizabeth's Windsor Castle west of London, before they quit their roles as working royals at the end of March. Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, now live in California with their son Archie but have kept the Windsor home as their British base.

  • The Independent

    ‘I’m not a fan’: Donald Trump launches blistering attack on Meghan Markle and says he wishes Prince Harry ‘a lot of luck’

    President says he is ‘not a fan’ of Ms Markle who is supporting Joe Biden for White House

  • The Independent

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle face criticism over video urging Americans to vote

    Duchess of Sussex called upcoming presidential race ‘most important election of our lifetime’

  • The Independent

    Bishop Michael Curry says he 'could feel slaves' at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding

    Bishop Curry delivered a 14-minute sermon on the power of love at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s royal wedding

  • Evening Standard

    Bishop Michael Curry says he 'could feel slaves' at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding

    Bishop Michael Curry’s sermon at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding was one of the most memorable parts of the ceremony and he’s since reflected on the event. Curry, who delivered a stirring speech on the power of love, said that afterwards he “could feel slaves around the place” - calling it a “sign of hope.”Curry, who has published a new book called Love is the Way, said of the experience to People, “After I preached the sermon, I just remember it was like I could feel slaves around the place. I don't mean to be spooky, but it was like their voice was somehow heard that day. I included one of their songs, 'There is a Balm in Gilead.'”

  • The Independent

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle encourage Americans to ‘reject hate speech’ and vote in US election

    Royal couple said people deserve to have their voices heard

  • Reuters

    UK's Prince Harry and wife Meghan encourage Americans to vote in 'most important' election

    Britain's Prince Harry and his American wife Meghan have called on Americans to register to vote in the upcoming U.S. presidential election, entering into political territory where British royals traditionally do not venture. Harry and Meghan now live in California, having stepped down from their senior royal roles in March. "Every four years we are told the same thing that this is the most important election of our lifetime," Meghan said.

  • The Telegraph

    Prince Harry joins US election voting drive, telling Americans: 'Reject hate speech'

    The Duke of Sussex has urged people in the US to "reject hate speech" as he risks a diplomatic row by joining a voting drive for the country's upcoming presidential election. The Duke, who as the grandson of the Queen has until now felt an obligation to remain politically neutral, appeared alongside his wife in a video on the US voting registration day. The Duchess, who is an American citizen and has undertaken several recent events ahead of the election, said: “We’re just six weeks out from election day, and today is National Voter Registration Day. "Every four years, we’re told, ‘This is the most important election of our lifetime.’ But this one is." Sitting beside her in their garden for a video broadcast as part of a Time 100 event, Prince Harry added: "This election, I'm not going to be able to vote here in the US. "But many of you may not know that I haven't been able to vote in the UK my entire life. "As we approach this November, it's vital that we reject hate speech, misinformation, and online negativity." Senior members of the British Royal Family do not vote by choice and convention, believing it is essential for the Queen - and therefore her close relatives - to be scrupulously above party politics. The Duchess's recent interventions in America have been widely interpreted as being for the Democrat cause, with an emphasis on voting for "change". The couple have now taken their involvement with US politics one step further, with Prince Harry joining the crusade. A source close to the couple said the Prince's words were not party political or aimed at any individuals, but referred only to the level of online debate surrounding the election in line with their recent campaigning about internet kindness.

  • Reuters

    Prince Harry and wife Meghan encourage Americans to vote in 'most important' election

    Britain's Prince Harry and his American wife Meghan have called on Americans to register to vote in the upcoming U.S. presidential election, entering into political territory where British royals traditionally do not venture. Harry and Meghan now live in California, having stepped down from their senior royal roles in March. "Every four years we are told the same thing that this is the most important election of our lifetime," Meghan said.

  • Evening Standard

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle urge Americans to vote in 2020 election

    The Duchess of Sussex implored Americans to get out and vote in the “most important” presidential election of their lifetimes.Meghan was speaking yesterday —US voter registration day — alongside Prince Harry in a video marking the unveiling of Time magazine’s list of the world’s 100 most influential people.

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