Queen Elizabeth Had Cancer Before She Died, New Book Claims

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Queen died while suffering from cancer, author says
Queen Elizabeth suffered from cancer in the final months of her life, according to well-connected author Gyles Brandreth. Brandreth writes in his new book Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait, the Daily Mail reported: "I had heard the Queen was suffering from a form of myeloma - cancer of the bone marrow - which would explain her fatigue and weight loss and these 'mobility issues'. We have been told many times in the last years of her life.
“The most common symptom of myeloma is bone pain, particularly in the pelvis and lower back, and multiple myeloma is a disease that commonly affects older people. There is currently no known cure, but treatment — including drugs to regulate the immune system and drugs that help prevent bones from weakening — can reduce the severity of symptoms and extend the patient's survival by months or two to three years. ”
Queen Elizabeth remained a mystery throughout her life, just as she intended
In the days leading up to her death on September 8, 2022, Brandreth writes that the Queen met Reverend Dr. Iain Greenshields, the pastor of the local Braemar and Crathie Parish Church. "They talk about the Queen's childhood, her horses, church affairs (she's 'well up to date') and her sadness at what's happening in Ukraine." She also spoke to and met Clive Cox, one of her favorite racehorse trainers in Balmoral, an outgoing prime minister (Boris Johnson) and anointed a new one (Liz Truss, whose tenure ended up being the shortest of any prime minister).
A final poignant photograph of the Queen was taken that day.
Queen Elizabeth II waits in the drawing room before receiving newly elected Conservative Party leader Liz Truss at Balmoral Castle for an audience where she will be invited to become Prime Minister and to a new government on September 6, 2022 in Aberdeen, Scotland form.
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Brandreth also says he does not believe the Queen was reportedly at Prince Philip's bedside when he died in April 2021.
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“That morning he went to the bathroom with the help of a nurse. When he came back, he said he felt a little weak and needed help getting back into bed. The nurse called the Duke's valet and the Queen's page Paul Whybrew for help – and he died before the Queen could be summoned,” writes Brandreth. He adds that the couple would go "weeks" without seeing each other later in their lives and the Queen realized Philip didn't want to get "excited". The pandemic has bought them back into cramped living quarters, and they've both enjoyed it, Brandreth said.
In a second excerpt, the Mail reported, Brandreth said the Queen took a liking to Meghan Markle and "did everything to make her feel welcome in the family." The Queen was "addicted" to Harry but thought he was "perhaps a little too in love" with Meghan. Brandreth said the Queen told Meghan, "You can go on being an actress if you want - it's your job, after all." In the bombshells the couple told Oprah Winfrey, the Queen was more concerned for Harry's well-being than "this one." TV nonsense,” as she allegedly called it.
Even more fabulously, when Prince Andrew whined about the Oprah interview, the Queen reminded him of the time his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson gave Oprah an interview.
While other family members found it "confusing" that Harry and Meghan named their daughter Lilibet in homage to the Queen's nickname, the Queen said it was "pretty and seems spot on". Brandreth also says courtiers refer to Harry and Meghan as "persons living abroad".
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The Battle of the Royal Lands on the East Coast
It might not be the rumble in the jungle, but America is poised to host another juicy fight. The Telegraph reports that Prince William and Kate Middleton are "not going to get distracted" and are optimistic about their three-day trip to North America this week, which begins on Wednesday before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle perform at an elegant awards ceremony in New York to receive an award after they leave.
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"The Palace team are very aware of Meghan and Harry, but neither are they afraid of their shadows," a royal source told the Telegraph. “William is the future king. Harry has gone his way, she does her podcast, they have their issues, but the palace won't fear it, so kudos to her."
William and Kate were last in America in 2014, on a trip to New York. He reportedly wants the zest of coming to the States to maximize publicity for the Earthshot Prize, which is being held in Boston, where the Cambridges are setting up their charm offensive. "America is your best shot at projecting it internationally," a source told the Telegraph. "That was the logic behind wanting to do it in Boston."
Another source told Page Six: "It's not bad to receive an award, but it shows the fundamental difference between [William and Kate] - who have constitutional roles working for others - and being a celebrity. They've always been famous, but now they've reached another level in their public lives - they're different types of personalities."
Harry and Meghan are honored at the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Foundation's Ripple of Hope Gala in New York.
Kerry Kennedy, daughter of Robert F. Kennedy and president of the foundation, recently told El Confidencial's Vanitatis magazine that the award was for her "heroic" stand against the royal family's "structural racism." “They went to the oldest institution in the history of the UK and told them what they were doing wrong, that they couldn't have structural racism within the institution; that they could not perpetuate a misconception about mental health... Few would have the courage to question their peers, family and community about the power structure they perpetuate, and that is exactly what Meghan Markle and Prince Harry did."
Princess Charlotte of Wales.
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Charlotte beats Edward to the title in Edinburgh
King Charles saves the title of Duchess of Edinburgh for Princess Charlotte's daughter, Prince William and Kate Middleton, reports the Mail on Sunday. This means that the title of Duke of Edinburgh will not go to Prince Edward as originally expected.
A source told the newspaper: "Discussions are ongoing but the preferred outcome for the King is that this title should go to Princess Charlotte. "It would be a fitting way of remembering the Queen - who of course held the title Duchess of Edinburgh - and a way for His Majesty to honor the line of succession."
Charlotte is third in line to the throne after her father and brother Prince George - the rules of royal primogeniture were changed to give a girl born to the couple the same rights as a boy when Kate was pregnant with Charlotte.
A source said: "Charlotte's position is historically significant because she is the first female member of the royal family whose place in the line of succession is not surpassed by her younger brother. Therefore, it is constitutionally significant that Charlotte should be given such a corresponding title, because it is not impossible that she will ascend the throne if, for example, Prince George has no children.”
Maybe Edward isn't that surprised; The lack of movement in the title he was bestowed "had not gone unnoticed," a source told the Mail. Now Charles is reportedly trying to figure out what title to give him. "It shows you what the king is thinking," a source told the Mail of the Charlotte move. "It's about promoting those who are right on the throne, not those who are on the fringes."
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Harry: excellent lover, excellent bacon sandwich skills
Catherine, aka Cat, Ommaney, who is one of the stars of the ill-fated Bravo show The Real Housewives of D.C. has come forward to reiterate her claims of having had a month-long affair with Prince Harry in 2006, when he was 21 and she was 34. It was, she says, "the time of my life".
Ommaney first opened up about the affair in 2006 but told the Sun it resurfaced because she didn't expect the relationship to appear in Harry's own highly anticipated memoir, Spare.
"I doubt I'll be in Harry's book as a prince can't run away with a 34-year-old mother of two, it's just not the right thing," Ommaney told the newspaper. She was separated from ex-husband Stephen when she and Harry met at a trendy bar in London's Chelsea area in May 2006. He was dating Chelsy Davy at the time, but Ommaney said she wasn't sure they were dating at the time.
Prince Harry and then-girlfriend Chelsy Davy attend the Cartier International Polo match at Guards Polo Club in Egham, England July 30, 2006.
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Ommaney says, "Harry was wearing an Aussie-style hat that made me laugh, so I asked him, 'Why do you look like a T*** in that?' I don't think he was used to people wearing that." Mickey and took it when we started talking, it was like there was nobody in the room," Ommaney said. "He was only 21, so a relationship was the furthest thing from me. But as everyone drove off around 11pm, Harry pointed to one of the three Range Rovers parked outside and said, "Get in with me," which I found very flattering.
"We were driven to the Eclipse nightclub in South Kensington and taken downstairs to the VIP area. A few moments later the manager came over and asked, "What's your favorite song?" Harry said, "Gnarls Barkley, Crazy." A second later it came and I said, "You're so spoiled." Harry just laughed. ”
Later that evening, Ommaney said to Harry, "'I'm starving, do you make a good bacon sandwich?' He said, 'I make an excellent bacon sandwich,' and we went back to his friend's in Chelsea."
True to his word about his skill at making bacon sandwiches, Harry later "lifted me off the floor by my waist and pinned me against the wall. He gave me the most incredible, passionate kiss I've ever had in my life. I was absolutely speechless," Ommaney said.
When the tabloids got wind of the relationship, all communication broke off until they met at a polo game in Barbados — because rich people. "Harry pushed past his bodyguards to kiss and hug me and we had a great conversation. In hindsight, it's a shame we couldn't remain friends," Ommaney said.
"If Harry walked through the door right now he would probably give me a high five and I'm sure we'll meet again because the world is a small place. I hope he's happy and has finally found some freedom, because that's what he was desperately looking for back then. I hope Meghan takes care of him and I wish him nothing but happiness and success as he is a very brave, charismatic, incredibly funny, intelligent and lovely person."
Andrew is furious with his police station's axe
Prince Andrew is set to make an official complaint after learning his taxpayer-funded police station is being axed. Security costs £3 million ($3.6 million) a year. A source told the Sun on Sunday: "He will be writing to the Home Office and Met Police to complain about the loss of his taxpayer-funded security."
Andrew was relieved of official royal duties earlier this year following the Jeffrey Epstein/Virginia Roberts Giuffre scandal. Giuffre claimed Andrew sexually assaulted her three times when she was a minor and was sexually trafficked by Epstein. Andrew denied this but later paid her millions of dollars in an out-of-court settlement.
Camilla, Queen Consort attends the QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot Racecourse on October 15, 2022 in Ascot, England.
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Court ladies - out. "Companions" - in.
Revealed by the Sunday Times, Queen Camilla's six 'Companions' replace the traditional role of royal ladies-in-waiting. The latter were with the Queen most of the time; Camilla will only accompany her to "a few important events a year," the newspaper said. They are the Marchioness of Lansdowne, the Hon Lady (Katharine) Brooke, Jane von Westenholz, Sarah Troughton, Lady Sarah Keswick and Baroness "Carlyn" Chisholm.
"Several of them are expected to make their new roles with the Queen for the first time on Tuesday at Buckingham Palace, when Camilla will host a high-profile reception to raise awareness of violence against women and girls," the Times said.
A senior royal source told the newspaper: "The Queen's consort did not want or need ladies-in-waiting and the Queen's attendants will play a different role. You are here to provide support and company to Her Majesty. At the end of a very busy day, it's nice to have a longtime friend by your side.”
This week in royal history
This week in 2020, the Queen was reportedly trying to figure out which royals she could safely spend this Christmas with due to the strict COVID lockdown rules. In the end, the Queen and Prince Philip spent December 25 privately at Windsor Castle, the first time she has been away from the Sandringham estate with her family in more than 30 years.
Unanswered questions
So who's going to win this week's Royal Grudge match on America's east coast for pics and column tolls? First off, it's Will and Kate in Boston; then Harry and Meghan in New York. Let the silent war of glassy smiles begin.
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