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    Amazon Just Slashed the Price of a Bunch of Bose Headphones Ravens QB Lamar Jackson misses practice with illness © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo The Queen has been 'ordered to quit drinking by royal doctors,' according to a magazine quoting a family friend. Her Majesty, who is in good physical health and has been seen using a walking stick during recent engagements in Wales with no specific medical reason given, has allegedly been advised to forgo alcohol except for special occasions due to her busy autumn schedule.  According to two sources close to the monarch quoted in a magazine, doctors have also given the advice ahead of the monarch's Platinum Jubilee celebrations next June.  'The Queen has been told to give up her evening drink which is usually a martini,' a family friend is said to have told Vanity Fair's Katie Nicholl. 'It's not really a big deal for her, she is not a big drinker but it seems a trifle unfair that at this stage in her life she's having to give up one of very few pleasures.' ©...
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    Justice Department stepping up enforcement of hate crimes DOJ signals plans to coordinate anti-ransomware efforts with the same protocols as it does for terrorism Joel David Smallbone and Luke Smallbone for King & Country, the Grammy-winning band led by Australian brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone, and Monarch Media are teaming for two movies projects. The feature documentary Return to Sydney: The for King & Country Journey will chronicle the Australian brothers and their sister, singer/songwriter Rebecca St. James, returning home after conquering the music world and earning a dozen Grammy and Billboard Music Awards and honors. The doc, now in production and directed by brother Ben Smallbone, will use home videos and never-before-seen footage of the band’s two sold-out performance at the Sydney Opera House. Andrea Royer, Steve Barnett and Alan Powell are producing, while Vicky Patel will executive produce along with David Smallbone, Luke Smallbone and Joel Smallbone. The second film project, Unsung Hero, is a family dramedy that focuses on the Smallbone family’s journey to America and introduces their mother, Helen Smallbone, as she uses her faith...
    STATESMANLIKE as he stared down the TV lens, Prince William unleashed a devastating rebuke against those who had deceived his beloved mother. Over 126 seconds of righteous yet controlled fury, the Duke of Cambridge eviscerated sleazy “rogue reporter” Martin Bashir and duplicitous BBC bosses. 8Prince William speaks out against Martin Bashir and the BBCCredit: Enterprise This was William, 38, leaving behind his sometimes cautious public persona as royal firstborn in a measured but passionate way. In a year where he has been at the forefront of the Royal Family’s pandemic response, lost his grandfather and found himself entangled in a public feud with his little brother, it was also a sign of a new maturity. Those with an insight into his thinking say William’s emotion-wrought months since Megxit have only strengthened his commitment to public service. And brother Harry’s barrage of prime-time potshots at the institution William will one day lead has reinforced his resolve. A royal source told The Sun: “The pandemic, coupled with what Harry is doing, has actually given William a renewed sense of purpose. “He can...
    With the announcement of a national lockdown in March 2020, an extraordinary and unexpected opportunity opened up for the Queen and Prince Philip. At last, after more than seven decades of marriage, the Royal husband and wife, then aged 93 and 98 respectively, were able to experience something approaching the shared leisure enjoyed by other elderly couples. Temporarily released from many duties by the pandemic and the instruction to shield, they spent more continuous time together than they ever had, walking in the gardens of Windsor Castle, dining together and enjoying a peaceful final chapter in a long-lasting and successful marriage. As a fresh lockdown was announced in December, they were reunited again for what would be their last Christmas together, the Queen making her traditional festive broadcast from Windsor rather than Sandringham. But just months later, she would be facing the loss of her beloved husband only a few weeks short of his 100th birthday. As the country mourned, his death would, she said, leave a 'huge void' in her life. It is a void possibly even greater than...
    The Queen has swapped a smiling social media profile photo with Prince Philip for an image of the monarch alone as her official two week mourning period for her husband comes to an end. Before the Duke of Edinburgh's death, the Queen, 95, had been using a profile image as she and Prince Philip enjoyed a day out at the Epsom Derby in 2016. In the days after Prince Philip's passing on Friday 9 April,  mourning members of the Royal Family temporarily replaced their avatars to their official coats of arms in a mark of respect.  However the Royal Family account has now replaced the crest with a close-up photograph of Her Majesty during a visit to the headquarters of MI5 at Thames House in February 2020.   The Queen, 95, has swapped a smiling social media profile photo with Prince Philip to an image of the monarch alone on an engagement as her official two week mourning period for her husband comes to an end Before the Duke of Edinburgh's death, the Queen, 95, had been using a profile image...
    THE Royals have “agreed a rota to visit the Queen ahead of her birthday” as the monarch grieves the death of Prince Philip. Members of the family will take it in turns to visit Queen Elizabeth for walks in Windsor along with her two new corgi pups. ???? Read our Prince Philip funeral live blog for the latest updates 5The Queen was unaccompanied during the funeral serviceCredit: AP 5The female members of the royal family are said to have drawn up the rota planCredit: PA 5The plan will see close family members, such as Prince Charles, visit the Queen for walks around WindsorCredit: Getty The Queen, who turns 95 on April 21, has said she was “coping” after having attended the funeral of her devoted husband of 73 years on Saturday. She was spotted earlier today driving out of Windsor Castle in a green Jaguar. The plan to support the Queen is said to have been formed by the female leading figures in the family, including her daughter Princess Anne, daughters-in-law the Duchess of Cornwall and the Countess of Wessex,...
    A cousin of the Queen has criticised an episode of The Crown, labelling it 'fiction pretending to be fact'. David Bowes-Lyon, 73, said an episode about two of the Queen Mother's nieces, Nerissa and Katherine Bowes-Lyon, had caused 'frustration' in the family. His comments come after Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said viewers of multi-million pound Netflix drama should be told at the start of every episode that some scenes are fictitious.  The Queen's cousin David Bowes-Lyon (pictured together in 2017), 73, has criticised an episode of The Crown, labelling it 'fiction pretending to be fact'  In episode seven, set in the 1980s, Princess Margaret (played by Helena Bonham Carter, pictured above) stumbles across the Queen Mother's nieces', Nerissa and Katherine Bowes-Lyon, existence and is appalled by their treatment RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Tragedy of Queen's secret cousins: The Crown will tell the... Bob Hawke's granddaughter is 'completely blindsided' by his... 'I glimpsed red carpet life, and then it was gone again':... The Crown DOES have a 'moral responsibility' to...
    The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will spend Christmas 'quietly' at Windsor Castle and will not form a 'bubble' with any other family members. The Queen 94, and Prince Philip, 99, traditionally spend the festive season with close family at Sandringham, in Norfolk. But this year they will forgo the festivities and remain at Windsor Castle, where they have been isolating with a 'bubble' of staff since October. It is understood the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will not take advantage of the relaxed Covid restrictions to form a Christmas bubble with other households.  It means the couple face spending Christmas Day without any of their four children for the first time since 1949, when the then Princess Elizabeth left a one-year-old Charles in the UK so she could be with Prince Philip in Malta.   Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall will spend Christmas at Highgrove, in Gloucestershire, although they expect to see the Queen and Prince Philip at Windsor at some point over the festive season. Camilla will also spend time with her family.  In Tier 2 regions,...
    Prince William and Kate Middleton could miss an invitation to the Queen's Christmas dinner table as the monarch finalises plans for a three-house bubble. The Royal Household is reviewing whether the Cambridges can be included as their three young children pose a health risk to Her Majesty, 94, and the Duke of Edinburgh, 99, The Daily Telegraph reported. The Queen will, with the rest of Britain, be abiding by the coronavirus rules for the annual gathering at either Sandringham or Windsor. Buckingham Palace physicians will advise the Queen on the best course of action, taking into account the ages of the guests and with particular regard to Philip's frailty, royal sources said. '[The family] will sort it out between them; it will be about what's practical,' the source told the Telegraph. Sophie Countess of Wessex, Lady Louise Windsor, James Viscount Severn and the Earl of Wessex on Christmas Day 2018 Queen Elizabeth II in the State Dining Room of Buckingham Palace, London, after recording her Christmas Day television broadcast to the Commonwealth for 2014 They added that the...
    The three-household limit on bubbles over the Christmas period may pose a challenge to the Queen's usual festive celebrations. For the last 33 years, the monarch, 94, has travelled up to Sandringham for the holidays, where she hosts close family members, after the Christmas party for extended family members at Buckingham Palace in December.  But this year, it is believed the Queen will not travel to Norfolk and instead will spend the holidays in Windsor, where she is currently isolating with Prince Philip, 99, after there was a revolt among workers at the estate because they refused to quarantine away from their own families. And earlier this week, Boris Johnson confirmed plans that just three households will be able to mix from December 23 to 27 and warned families they must make a 'personal judgement' about the risks of Covid-19 to vulnerable loved ones when forming a Christmas bubble. The news could prove to be a logistical nightmare for the Queen, who is regularly joined by a large number of relatives for the holidays, including her children Prince Charles, 71, Princess Anne,...
    The Queen's family Christmas at Sandringham could be off for the first time in 33 years.  Her Majesty is currently isolating at Windsor Castle with Prince Philip after leaving Norfolk for the month-long lockdown.  And one Sandringham insider has said: 'We have been told not to expect them back for Christmas.' It comes after a revolt among workers at the estate after they refused to quarantine away from their own families.     It led to the Queen, 94, and  the Duke of Edinburgh, 99, spending two weeks together at Sandringham's Wood Farm cottage last month rather than in the main house. The Queen and Prince Philip have reunited for England's new lockdown, forming a renewed 'HMS Bubble' at Windsor Castle A team of about 20 employees had been asked to remain on the monarch's Norfolk estate without their families to support her, Prince Philip and other members of the Royal Family during the festive period It is reportedly hoped that Prince Philip and the Queen both isolating at Windsor will help quell tension, after Sandringham estate workers revolted against...
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