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King Charles III handed five-point plan with advice on Harry and Meghan’s future in Firm

King Charles III handed five-point plan with advice on Harry and Meghan’s future in Firm

As the new monarch visits Wales today, he’s been advised to use his reign to mark a turning point for the Sussexes’ relationship with the wider Royal Family.

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has been handed a five-point manifesto to ensure he kicks off his reign of the United Kingdom in a “bold” fashion. The new King has been mourning , and will visit Wales on Friday before on Monday. 

Peter Hunt, former BBC correspondent and presenter, posted five recommendations for the new monarch on Twitter.

He said: “A manifesto for a bold start to the reign of King Charles: 

  • Apologise for his family’s role in the slave trade
  • Pay inheritance tax
  • Give Harry back his honorary military appointments
  • Bring Harry and Meghan in ‘from the cold’
  • Buy a good pen.”

King Charles III has been handed a five point manifesto of issues to tackle as monarch

King Charles III has been handed a five point manifesto of issues to tackle as monarch (Image: GETTY)

Peter Hunt posted on Twitter five recommendations for the new monarch

Peter Hunt posted on Twitter five recommendations for the new monarch (Image: TWITTER)

People took issue with Mr Hunt’s tongue-in-cheek recommendations, with Twitter users angered by the mention of the slave trade.

User @hitchfan1 said: “His family weren’t involved with the slave trade, his ancestors were. Unlikely. 

“No. No. The pen is a good idea though.” 

Mr Hunt jokingly replied: “One out of five is a start.”

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The Queen’s final resting place and the royals buried there

The British public and people around the world are mourning the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the UK’s monarch for 70 years.

The late Queen will be buried in a private ceremony in The King George VI Memorial Chapel at Windsor Castle on Monday, September 15, conducted by the Dean of Windsor.

The Queen is to be buried together with The Duke of Edinburgh, her beloved husband, who passed away in 2021.

The Queen’s father King George VI, who died in 1952, was buried in the chapel in 1969. Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother who died in 2002, is also buried there, as is the Queen’s sister, Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon.

Twitter users took issue with Mr Hunt’s tongue-in-cheek recommendations

Twitter users took issue with Mr Hunt’s tongue-in-cheek recommendations (Image: GETTY)

The NYT published an article which claimed Charles is 'disconnected' for tax privileges

The NYT published an article which claimed Charles is ‘disconnected’ for tax privileges (Image: GETTY)

King Charles has struggled with gaffes since becoming monarch, with a leaking pen causing him to get frustrated.

At Hillsborough Castle, an official residence in Northern Ireland, with Camilla, Queen Consort, the King was angered after pen leaked while signing a book.

Charles realised he had initially signed the wrong date and then complained about the pen he was using, saying: “Oh god I hate this (pen)!” Charles said, standing up and handing the pen to his wife, Camilla, Queen Consort.

Camilla said “oh look, it’s going everywhere” as her husband wiped his fingers, with Charles saying “I can’t bear this bloody thing … every stinking time” as he walked away.

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Charles and Camilla will attend a prayer and reflection service at Cardiff’s Llandaff Cathedral

Charles and Camilla will attend a prayer and reflection service at Cardiff’s Llandaff Cathedral (Image: EXPRESS)

It comes as the New York Times published an article which claimed the new monarch “disconnected” for enjoying tax privileges while the British public is “reliant on food banks”.

In the New York Times’ article, it said that Charles as the Prince of Wales spent “half a century turning his royal estate into a billion-dollar portfolio”.

It described how King Charles III would take Queen Elizabeth II’s portfolio and inherit a share of her personal fortune tax free “‘while British citizens normally pay around 40 percent inheritance tax”.

The article’s authors Jane Bradley and Euan Ward then said: “His lifestyle of palaces and polo has long fueled accusations that he is out of touch with ordinary people. And he has at times been the unwitting symbol of that disconnect.”

Her Majesty's funeral is at 11am on Monday, September 19

Her Majesty’s funeral is at 11am on Monday, September 19 (Image: EXPRESS)

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Later on Friday, Charles and Camilla will attend a prayer and reflection service for the Queen at Cardiff’s Llandaff Cathedral.

As part of the King and Queen Consort’s final visit to the UK’s four nations, they will attend an event at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay.

Cardiff council said people should expect very long queues, with entry to the castle grounds on a first-come, first-served basis.

People have also been invited to line the route as the King approaches the castle and to leave flowers on the lawn on either side of City Hall’s main entrance.

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