National Enquirer : 2020-07-20

NEWS : 20 : 20


N E W S - SOURCES NE AMERICA’S MOST TALKED ABOUT MAGAZINE 20 JULY 20, 2020 NATIONAL Queen Elizabeth Michael and Carole Middleton MEGHAN BUYING MOM A ROYAL TITLE! L A-DI-DA Meghan felt Queen Elizabeth had snubbed her mother by not bestowing her with an official title, according to sources — and she’s vowed to fix it herself! “The Duchess of Sussex believed that in light of all the charity work her mom, Doria Ragland, has done, she deserved to receive a position of status from the monarchy,” a well-placed source told The National ENQUIRER. “Meghan would have been happy if the queen made Doria a countess, or even just a lady or baroness.” Shockingly, insiders tattled, nose-in-the-air Meghan wasn’t even put off by the requiremen­t that peerages go to British citizens! “Meghan always thinks royal aide. “She not be followed blindly because of tradition.” Although the diva duchess didn’t get her wish, the family of Prince William’s wife, Kate, is reportedly in line to get titles. Kate’s parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, will become an earl and countess, while her brother, James, will be a viscount and her sister, Pippa, a lady. When Meghan, who did not respond to a request for comment, learned that, she flipped out, sources said, and became even more determined to get her beloved mother a title. “Meghan is a go-getter who does things herself. She doesn’t want her mother to have to settle when everybody else is getting titles,” dished an insider. Now camping out in producer Tyler Perry’s megamansio­n in Los Angeles with henpecked hubby Prince Harry, 35, and their 14-month-old son, Archie, the former “Suits” star, 38, has been researchin­g other ways to elevate her mother to royal status. And she’s determined to surprise Doria with a title for her birthday in September. “Official peerage titles all come from the queen and can’t be sold or transferre­d,” explained a source. “But Doria can get a title, no problem! The Manorial Society in the U.K. auctions them off. For around $10,000, Doria can have a ‘Ladyship of the Manor’ of some small English village. “Even better, Doria can be a countess or a lady — just not in England. Small principali­ties all over the world sell titles over the internet for around $100!” DORIA SNUBBED, BUT KATE’S KIN GIVEN HONORS

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