UK news Princess Diana couturier Paul Costelloe backs Meghan Markle in row with royal family last news
PremierLeague-News.Com - He was the couturier of choice for Princess Diana after being appointed as her royal designer in 1983 when she was just 22.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! "He was the couturier of choice for Princess Diana after being appointed as her royal designer in 1983 when she was just 22. Now Irishman Paul Costelloe has said Meghan Markle was right to speak out about what she felt were blaring injustices during her time as a working member of the royal family.During her controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey, she made claims about a lack of support for her mental health at a time when she felt suicidal and allegations of racism while pregnant with son Archie (2).Costelloe, who has long-standing links to the royal family and has dressed Princess Anne and Zara Tindell, said he supports Meghan and Prince Harry in trying to carve out a new life.“I think they’re two young people looking for their life and trying to grab on to something that’s normal rather than living within the restrictions of the royal command,” he told the Irish Independent.“People knock her (Meghan) a bit but she’s a young woman, she has a point of view and I think it’s certainly time for women to speak out more and more. Why shouldn’t she?“And Harry, he’s a good guy; he’s very honest. He’s an Army boy. I know what they’re like so they seems happy and I wish them well. God bless them; he looks into her eyes and he’s in love.“It’s great and they don’t care. Prince Charles still probably hasn’t gone over to see them (in America). He should have jumped on a plane and tried to solve it prior to it deteriorating to what it is at the moment. But, please God, it will all end up happily.
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. “I think that’s already happening. I think they’ll end up more like the Spanish or the Dutch royal family. The royal family will continue on, it makes money for the country. All the pageantry, people love all of that, it’s also important from a commercial point of view,” he said.“People do have this view of London as a very special place to visit as soon as things get back to normal. But I think when the Queen eventually retires, I think there will definitely be some changes.”He was speaking ahead of this year’s fundraiser for the Jack & Jill Foundation, an online art auction called Incognito 2021.It sees some 1,200 contributors including The Edge, Bob Geldof and Robert Ballagh submitting post-card sized pieces of artwork to be auctioned off for €60 each on April 22 at 10am.A long-time supporter of the organisation, he has designed three unique artworks to help try and drum up funds for them with a target of €150,000 from the event.Costelloe joked how it was “very depressing” to see some of last year’s entries as the standard was so high, with the 2020 event selling out in minutes.“There’s some really beautiful works and there’s so many good artists in Ireland,” he said.The designer said that it was all about turning this “beautiful art into real currency for care”.The Jack & Jill Foundation gets just 20% of its funding from the Republic’s Health Service Executive and needs to fundraise the rest to continue helping families provide at-home support for children with life-limiting conditions."
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