MEGHAN Markle has been ordered to 'PROVE' she's authentic by Victoria Beckham in a bid to shut down critics, according to reports.
The Spice Girl is said to have been advising Meghan on how to cope with the huge backlash she and Prince Harry have received since the couple fled to the US tearing the Royal Family apart.
A source speaking to Closer magazine said: "Vic has always benefited from showing the public the ‘real’ her and highlighting her dry sense of humour.
“She’s urged Meghan to shut down the critics and prove her authenticity by showing the side only her loved ones get to see and to reveal the real her."
The news comes after a spoof website promoting Meghan Markle for US President was set up – promising a world filled with "equality, empowerment and kindness".
Follow all the latest news on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry below…
- Samantha Lock
MEGHAN URGED TO SHOW 'THE REAL HER'
Victoria Beckham has been offering Meghan Markle advice on how to beat the critics, urging the duchess to “show the real her”.
According to reports, 46-year-old Posh is encouraging Meghan to showcase more of her day-to-day life as she shares tips that have benefitted her own career in the past.
Meghan has faced public scrutiny since she married Prince Harry in 2018, with the backlash increasing when they stepped back from their roles as senior royals earlier this year.
The couple have since relocated to California, and insiders say that Victoria is doing her best to support the former Suits actress.
They explained: “She's urged Meghan to shut down the critics and prove her authenticity by showing the side only her loved ones get to see and to reveal the real her.
“She's also told people it could make people think twice about attacking her and tug on their heartstrings by showing the public how deeply the backlash affects her and Harry on an emotional level.”
- John Hall
UKRAINE PRESIDENT WELCOMED TO BUCKINGHAM PALACE
Kate Middleton and Prince William met the Ukraine President in the first royal engagement at Buckingham Palace in seven months.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed the President of the Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his wife Оlena at in the palace's Throne Room yesterday.
The engagement marks the first royal event at Buckingham Palace since lockdown first hit in March this year.
And while neither parties wore masks, they avoided handshakes at the brief meeting and stayed socially distanced.
- John Hall
PRINCE GEORGE TOO SAD TO WATCH DAVID ATTENBOROUGH DOC
Prince William has revealed his seven-year-old son George got so sad watching a David Attenborough documentary about the extinction of animals they had to turn it off.
The Duke of Cambridge said the young future king had confessed “I don't want to watch this anymore”.
Speaking to Sky News to mark the launch of his environmental Earthshot Prize, the 38-year-old dad said his children – George, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two – loved watching Sir David's documentaries.
But he added: “The most recent one, the extinction one, George and I had to turn it off, he got so sad about it.
“He said 'I don't want to watch this anymore, why has it come to this.
“He's seven-years-old and he's asking these questions. He feels it.”
- John Hall
WILLIAM OFFERS £50M TO SAVE PLANET
Prince William is offering £50million to reward innovative projects designed to save the planet.
The Duke of Cambridge, backed by the financial muscle of global philanthropists, today launches The Earthshot Prize.
The scheme will hand £1million each to five winners — such as green businesses, cities or even planet-saving people movements — every year for a decade.
William said: “The plan is to bring together the best minds, the best possible solutions, to fixing and tackling some of the world’s greatest environmental challenges.
“We’ve got to harness our ingenuity and our ability to invent. The next ten years are a critical decade for change.
“Time is of the essence, which is why we believe that this very ambitious global prize is the only way forward.”
- John Hall
PRINCE WILLIAM IN BBC SERIES FOR ENVIRONMENT
The BBC is set to air an environmental TV series featuring the Duke of Cambridge to demonstrate how the “world can be brought back from the brink”.
The five-part series will feature the duke alongside scientists, wildlife experts and environmentalists.
It will not “just explore environmental hazards” but “will investigate solutions which can be implemented to avert environmental problems, and practical projects that can be rolled out across the world”, the broadcaster said.
- John Hall
SUSSEXES TO TEAM UP WITH MALALA
Meghan and Prince are teaming up with renowned activist Malala Yousafzai to ring in this year's International Day of the Girl, it was reported.
They will join her for a live video chat where the trio will discuss the barriers that currently prevent 130 million girls across the globe from gaining access to an education, Bazaar.com reports.
The conversation will be livestreamed through YouTube and the Malala Fund's social media channels.
It will discuss “why it's essential that we champion every girl's right to learn.”
- John Hall
VICTORIA BECKHAM OFFERING ADVICE
Victor Beckham has been offering Meghan Markle advice on how to beat the critics, urging the duchess to “show the real her”.
According to Closer, 46-year-old Posh is encouraging Meghan to showcase more of her day-to-day life as she shares tips that have benefitted her own career in the past.
Victoria and her husband David have always been friendly with the royal family, and The Sun revealed earlier this year that Meghan and Harry are top of the couple's guest list for their son Brooklyn's wedding to Nicola Peltz next year.
A source told Closer: “Vic and David know how different it is to move to a new country and all the uncertainties and anxieties that Harry will no doubt be facing, so that's something they've bonded over too.”
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