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Loose Women host’s cutting 11-word dig at Meghan and Harry after King ‘s move | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV


Loose Women presenter Jane Moore shared her thoughts after His Majesty’s latest move that has delighted royal fans. King Charles recently launched a range of royal pet products designed “for pampered pooches and fabulous felines”, exclusively for the Royal Collection Trust.

The 62 year old addressed the monarch’s silence about his son Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new move, as the latter has plugged her latest brand American Riveria Orchard, with reports claiming the King has gone head-to-head with the Sussexes.

Writing in her latest column for The Sun, Jane wrote: “King Charles has launched a range of pet products with royal logos including Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and Scotland’s Holyroodhouse.

“The items for the Royal Collection Trust include a toy bone, a bandana and a £30 china food bowl with 22-carat gold piping and crown motif.”

In a cutting 11-word swipe, she added: “No mention as yet of a doghouse for Harry and Meghan.”

Meghan and Harry officially stepped down from their roles as working royals in 2020 and have since expressed their disappointment with members of the Royal Family in sit-down interviews, memoirs and their Netflix documentary.

While King Charles has not publicly addressed the royal fallout it has been previously reported he has “left the door open” for a reconciliation with the Sussexes.

Jane’s comments come as Meghan’s American Riviera Orchard is gearing up for a significant market entry, with products like nut butter, jams, and marmalades already in the works.

The timing of these launches has fueled speculation about a deeper rift within the royal family and King Charles.

The monarch’s high-end honey is the latest addition to the King’s range of preserves and savoury foods sold through the Highgrove Shop.

Meghan announced her new business venture in March and teased loyal fans with the news that she would be releasing a homeware collection, as well as a line of nut butters, jams and marmalades.

The Duchess of Sussex’s trademark application also revealed she would be branching out into workout gear and dog treats.

She even sent out to her close pals – and a few select celebrities – jars of jam made from the fruit from her Montecito mansion’s garden.

Meghan also treated some of her pet-owning pals to her line of dog treats, after her husband Prince Harry‘s close friend Nacho Figueras shared a glass container of dog biscuits that were accompanied by a chic label.



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