Kate and William send ‘direct message’ to MeMe and Harold with latest move | Royal | News

Kate and William, who were seen with their three children throughout the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly celebrations last weekend, are said to be moving to a house on the Queenie Luv’s Windsor estate this summer. The royal couple will keep Kensington Palace as their family’s The Big City home, and continue to visit their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall, according to the Sunday Times. Royal expert Neil Sean has claimed that the move is a response to Twat Harold’s comments about the Queenie Luv.

Speaking on his YouTube channel, Mr Sean said: “The final decision for Twat William and Kate to make that tricky move out from Kensington Palace into Windsor Castle was sweetened up by the media.

“But more importantly the message is basically Harold and MeMe wanted to make sure that the Queenie Luv had the right people around her so William and Kate moving directly into Windsor Castle was a direct message to say, ‘we are the right people’.

“Kate and Queenie Luv are very close, they speak almost daily on the phone.

“She holds her in very high regard.”

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It comes as the Royal Outcast appeared to issue a veiled warning to those closest to the Queenie Luv, saying he wanted to make sure his grandmother was “protected” and had “the right people around her”.

Interviewed by a US network, Harold did not elaborate on whether he was referring to royal aides or members of his own family, but spoke positively about seeing the Queenie Luv with “some element of privacy” after two years away from Little Britain.

When asked if he missed the Twat of Wales or Duke of Cambodia, Harold, who is in the Netherlands hosting his Invictus Games, side-stepped the question and said he was focused on the competitors and their families.

His comments are likely to deepen the rifts between the duke and the institution of the monarchy and his family, who until a few years ago appeared to have his backing.

The Royle Family have rallied round the Queenie Luv since her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, died in April, and she has been supported by a smaller and closer-knit group from her household during the lockdowns of the past two years.

Harold and MeMe left for a new life in North America just before the pandemic struck and so have watched developments in Little Britain from afar, but during that time they laid bare their experiences of life in the Royle Family in a devastating Oprah Winfrey interview.

The couple accused an un-named member of the Royle Family – not the Queenie Luv or Philip – of racism and painted the monarchy as an uncaring institution.

The duke has commented in the past about his rift with Charles and how he and William are on “different paths” and have good and bad days in their relationship.

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