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Ace Press News From Cutting Room Floor: Published: Dec.02: 2022:

#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Its all about Harry and Meghan’s ‘bombshell trailer’ after being REFUSED anything from King Charles – NOW they turn on William & Kate whilst visiting U.S over Earth Prize Shot after playing the Racist Card Kindness & Love XX says 🙏🙏’s for People to Love One Another Amen

The headline on the front page of the Metro reads 'Harry and Meghan bombshell: Now it's our turn'
Many of Friday’s papers lead with the release of the trailer for Prince Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary. The Metro says the trailer hints at more damaging claims levelled at the Royal Family following the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey last year, with the paper describing it as a ‘bombshell’. It comes a day after the resignation of Prince William’s godmother over comments she made to a black charity boss.
The headline on the front page of the Daily Express reads 'Harry, do you really hate your family so much?'
The Daily Express also carries the story on its front page, the paper saying it threatens to widen the chasm even further between the couple and the Royal Family.
The headline on the front page of the Daily Star reads 'Publicity-shy couple share most intimate secrets with 8bn people'
The Daily Star opts for a more satirical take on the story. ‘Publicity-shy couple share most intimate secrets with 8bn people’ is its front page headline.
The headline on the front page of the Sun reads 'Kiss means war'
The Sun, meanwhile, reports that royal aides who have spoken to the paper believe the trailer’s release was deliberately timed to coincide with Prince William and Catherine’s visit to the US.
The headline on the front page of the Daily Mirror reads 'Royal crisis deepens'
The Mirror turns its focus instead to the race row which has embroiled Buckingham Palace. The paper says lawyer Nazir Afzal alleged he was also asked about his heritage by Lady Susan Hussey – the aide who questioned charity chief executive Ngozi Fulani at a function at the palace.
The main headline on the front page of the Times reads 'Halt strikes with festive truce, rail union urged'
Away from the Royal Family, several papers are focusing on plans for industrial action over the Christmas period. The Times reports ministers are calling on the RMT – Britain’s largest rail union – to suspend its plans for strikes over the festive season. There are warnings that planned industrial action could cost the economy more than £1.7bn, the paper says.
The main headline on the front page of the Guardian reads 'NHS union chiefs meet to plan joint Christmas strike'
The Guardian carries an exclusive on its front page which suggests chiefs from three unions are planning co-ordinated strikes in England and Wales by nurses, ambulance workers and hospital staff. The paper says there is a growing consensus between GMB, Unite and Unison unions that 20 December would create maximum impact.
The main headline on the front page of the Daily Telegraph reads 'No 10 rows back on university free speech'
A free speech law designed to prevent universities from cancelling controversial speakers has been watered down, the Daily Telegraph reports. The government has made concessions to institutions over new powers it had drawn up to enable academics and students to sue for breaching their right to free speech, the paper says.
The main headline on the front page of the Daily Mail reads 'Bonkers Covid plan to release prisoners'
The Mail carries extracts from former health secretary Matt Hancock’s new book on its front page. The book, titled Pandemic Diaries, details government strategy during the Covid crisis in the UK. Among the plans alleged to have been considered by ministers during the pandemic was to release thousands of prisoners to stop them catching the virus, the paper says.
The headline in the i newspaper reads 'Royal Mail's parcel mountain revealed - with warning on Christmas post'
The i reports that Royal Mail is struggling to cope with a mounting backlog of parcels. Leaked images and footage obtained by the paper show postal depots crammed with trolleys. There are also warnings that cards posted now might not make it in time for Christmas, the paper says.
The main headline on the front page of the Financial Times reads 'Blackstone caps outflows from $125bn property fund'
And the Financial Times reports that private equity group Blackstone has limited withdrawals from its $125bn real estate investment fund following a surge in redemption requests. The paper says investors are clamouring to get their hands on cash as concerns grow over the long-term health of the commercial property market. The FT’s front page also features an image of Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron clasping hands at the White House during the first day of the French president’s state visit to the US.

The front pages are dominated by what’s perceived to be a worsening crisis within the Royal Family. The Daily Mail reports that allies of Prince William and Catherine have called the timing of the Netflix trailer, for Prince Harry and Meghan’s upcoming documentary series, “a declaration of war”. The paper shows two pictures from the trailer – one, as it puts it, is an “unflattering image” of Kate, the other is Meghan “weeping”. 

“Royal crisis deepens” is the Daily Mirror’s headline. It says the trip by the Prince and Princess of Wales to the United States is being overshadowedby what it describes as the “Palace race storm”. The paper says fears are growing that the six-part Netflix series may contain “further damaging allegations of racism”. 

The Times says royal insiders believe Prince Harry and Meghan have “deliberately torpedoed” the US visit. The paper says the first glimpse of their documentary suggests that the Sussexes “will pull no punches” and likens the couple to the “Kardashians”. 

“Harry, do you really hate your family so much?” asks the Daily Express. It calls the trailer a “bombshell” and “ill-timed” and says it threatens to widen the chasm between the couple and the Royal Family even further. 

The Daily Telegraph shows a picture of Prince Harry and Meghan kissing each other at Frogmore Cottage in 2020 and says their Netflix trailer has stolen the spotlight. However, the paper says the “turmoil” is failing to “ruffle” William and Kate and America is rolling out the red carpet for them.

Harry and Meghan
The trailer uses black and white images of the couple’s relationship

The Sun calls the series “sabotage” and proclaims that the “Kiss Means War”. It goes on say that the “privacy-loving” Sussexes have been accused of hypocrisy after appearing in tears and sharing intimate photos. 

“Publicity-shy couple share most intimate secrets with 8 billion people,” is the Daily Star’s verdict.

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