The tabloids print what will sell. Hatred for Megan sell in the UK. It's already everything from joy or hate for her not coming, to her causing his death with the interview. It's idiotic, and all about the money.
As far as the vaccinations? I have friends in southern California in their twenties already vaccinated, Harry wouldn't have to "jump the line." He was probably vaccinated months ago. On the west coast, whenever there has been excess vaccine, since it has a short shelf life, anyone on the list can get it, regardless of age, in some cases, anyone simply showing up can. Lots of it is also now with personal physicians/clinics as well.
I doubt she's been sleeping next to him very often, but yes, she fell in love so young, and he's been in her life and heart for her entire adult life. It will be a shocking blow for her, even if expected.
Since she previously miscarried, she may not have been vaccinated yet. Data is scarce and I could easily understand a pregnant woman waiting. I personally know a few pregnant women who have been vaccinated, and several more who will wait until they give birth. One of those is already a problematic pregnancy and adding even a possible risk factor is just not prudent. Given Meghan's history and age, I wouldn't do it, and I am as pro-vaccine as it's possible to be.
I am too. He obviously loved his grandfather, and I'm glad this gives him a chance to see his grandmother as well. As someone else said, there is a chance, slim though it may be, for some personal healing here, even though the "suits" or "men in mustaches" or "the FIRM" probably won't like or permit much of it.
They zoom. In my opinion, it would be incredibly irresponsible to bring an unvaccinated child on such a trip in the middle of a global pandemic. Given the many variations that aren't even covered by current vaccines, it's risky enough for Harry, let alone for a toddler.
He is staying at Frogmore with his cousin. (Released today.) He's letting them use Frogmore, which is more than large enough for him to isolate, and they are also close to Meghan and Harry.
I think many of us have had the same thoughts about Elizabeth. Let's hope her sense of duty sees her through, if not her heart.
Screw his father, but yes, it would be nice if somehow Harry and William could at least obtain some kind of start in reconciling. (I doubt it, sadly, but stranger things have happened in this odd family.)
Oh, it's already happening, by the dozens, started just after the announcement was posted on the gate. Whatever sells, sadly, that does, just as it did for Harry's mom.
The only thing I like about Prince Charles is that he detests Andrew. The only part of Charles being King that is palatable to me is that he just might allow the FBI to have him. (yeah, probably not, but one can hope.)
They will focus on whatever sells in that particular country. In the UK, it's Meghan hate, with a large serving of Harry hate, and dessert of William and Kate love.
Australia, from what I've seen, has focused more on Philip, since he was there so often, and enjoyed sports available there, etc.
In the USA, it depends on who owns the paper/channel. Generally favorable to Harry and Meghan and to the Queen, and tolerant of Philip's gaffs over the years, but not ignoring them.
Other countries? Not sure, I follow a few, but haven't seen much mentioned in those I do follow, but I am now curious and may go look.
BBQ or grilling is interchangeable in many areas. I'm remembering a scene in The Queen where she's there with her lamb stew in Tupperware, just in case they don't catch enough fish for BBQing. I think Balmoral has always been their place to be the "most normal" and that was/is part of the tradition there.
I've read with interest all the comments about Philip. Yes, he's been an ass towards minorities and women numerous times, but I do wonder, how many of us have much older relatives or friends who have done the same, and while we cringe, or at times actually try to educate them a bit, at some level, still love them for the whole person they have been, not ignoring the bad, just tempering that with the good in them, and on balance, decide to love them in spite of it all? In nearly 100 years, I'm pretty sure there must be a lot of good mixed in with the crap.