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    Many children face back-to-school nerves in September but one would imagine the pressure is even more intense for members of the Royal family. However, Prince William has now revealed that his beloved late mum, Princess Diana used to have a song she played for him and his brother Prince Harry to put them at ease before it was time to return to school. 3Prince Harry and Prince William as children with their late mum, Princess Diana.Credit: PA 3William opened up about the childhood ritual on the special episode of the Apple Fitness+ series, Time To Walk On a recent episode of the Apple Fitness+ series, 'Time To Walk' where Prince William featured as a special guest, he was asked to choose three of his favourite songs. The first song that he chooses is Tina Turner's 'The Best', which is played while the Prince shows viewers the video of him at the Queen's Sandringham estate. "When I was younger, Harry and I, we were at boarding school. And my mother used to play all sorts of songs to kind of while away...
    Kate Middleton and Prince William will give Christmas presents to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's children Archie and Lilibet this year, a royal expert has claimed.    This is despite the reported rift between brothers Prince William and Harry, which the Duke of Sussex discussed earlier this year in his interview with Oprah Winfrey whereby he described their relationship as 'space'.   Royal Correspondent author and broadcaster Katie Nicholl, author of Harry and Meghan: Life, Loss, and Love, alleged the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will give gifts to their whole family - including their nephew and niece  'Yes, of course [they will send presents]. They give gifts to the whole family and that includes all of their nieces and nephews,' she said, speaking to OK! magazine. Katie Nicholls' comments come amid speculation that Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, will not be spending Christmas with the rest of the Royal Family.  Kate and William with their children, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Prince George , pictured last December attending a special pantomime performance at the Palladium Theatre Harry and Meghan pictured earlier this year with...
    Show, don't tell. That, I was always taught, is the basis of successful writing.  Don't bludgeon people with grand pronouncements, rather take them on a thoughtful journey of discovery which, hopefully, will lead you both to the same conclusion. In fact, it is a principle that can be applied to almost every aspect of life – from the world of work to parenting. It's the difference between someone telling you they love you via pointless gestures – and showing they care through constant daily actions, large and small.  It's the difference between politicians who make promises they never keep and those who change policy. In short, it's empty grandstanding versus industrious authenticity. And, to my mind, it is the ultimate test of a person's character and maturity. Prince William's Time To Walk podcast is the perfect example.  Everything about it, from the concept to the simplicity and sincerity of its execution – and the fact that Apple is making a six-figure donation to charity on his behalf – reinforces the impression of the Duke of Cambridge as someone who understands...
    For any passing motorist, it would have been quite a sight. There was Princess Diana driving down the motorway, music blaring from the stereo, singing at the top of her voice with her two sons energetically joining in from the back seats. Moreover, the Royal pop group had an unlikely additional member – their Royal personal protection officer. The scene, as Princes William and Harry were being driven back to school by their mother, is vividly recreated by the Duke of Cambridge in what is an affectionate reflection about his mother. The song of choice, rather aptly, was Tina Turner’s Simply the Best and it was deployed by Diana to raise the spirits of her children as they returned to boarding school. William, 39, admits the happy memories are tinged with sadness as the ‘family moment’ is cut short as the school gates appear into view and he realises he must say goodbye. ‘When I was younger, Harry and I, we were at boarding school,’ says William, who began boarding at Ludgrove school in Berkshire when he was eight. Princes...
    London (CNN)The Duke of Cambridge will take listeners on a walk down memory lane when he joins forces with Apple Fitness+ for a special festive episode of its "Time To Walk" audio series.William, 39, is hoping to encourage people to take a break and go for a walk for their mental wellbeing over the Christmas period. CNN understands the duke is a fan of the series and approached Apple about the project.William opens the episode contemplating his father's love of walking and that while growing up, Charles "used to try and force Harry and I out of the house the whole time" adding that "we weren't really having any of it.""But now, as you get older, you appreciate it a lot more and you see it for what it is," William says.The royal is the latest star to record a walk-and-talk for the series, available on Apple Watch with a Fitness+ subscription.Read MoreEach episode, which ranges between 25 and 40 minutes in length, is designed to be an immersive experience. Featured guests take a stroll in a meaningful location and...
    The BBC last night appeared to back down on claims that Buckingham Palace briefed against Harry and Meghan after being accused of peddling ‘overblown and unfounded’ allegations. A BBC2 documentary examining the relationship between the royal households and the media also stepped back from suggestions that William allowed aides to brief about his brother’s mental health – which was categorically denied by, and deeply offended many in, the royal household. The two-part documentary series, fronted by BBC journalist Amol Rajan, had already drawn unprecedented censure from Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace. The royal households believe it contains a slew of unsubstantiated and categorically inaccurate accusations about collusion with the media, particularly in connection with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex during the tumultuous period of their decision to quit royal duties, dubbed ‘Megxit’. The households’ lawyers had been preparing to examine the final programme with a fine-tooth comb and had not ruled out a formal complaint. But last night’s prime-time offering had seemingly been watered-down at the 11th hour, with editing going on up until the last minute....
    Meghan Markle's lawyer tonight issued a technical and bizarre denial the Duchess had ever bullied staff - but then accepted 'She wouldn’t want to negate anyone’s personal experiences.’ Schillings Jenny Afia was speaking on BBC 2's The Princes and Press on claims she inflicted 'emotional cruelty' on underlings and 'drove them out' were 'very' concerning. But speaking to host Amol Rajan she claimed there were 'massive inaccuracies' in the story, but went no further in explaining them. Instead she launched her own technical explanation on what bullying was/  She said: 'Massive, massive innacuracies in that story 'The overall allegation was that the Duchess of Sussex was guilty of bullying. Absolutely not. 'I think the first thing is, is to be really clear about what bullying is. 'What bullying actually means is improperly using power, repeatedly and deliberately to hurt someone physically or emotionally 'The Duchess of Sussex has absolutely denied doing that, that said she wouldn’t want to negate anyone’s personal experiences.’ Asked if she provided evidence proving that was not the case, she admitted: ‘It’s really hard to prove a...
    LAWYERS for the royals are reportedly on standby to take action against the BBC for "unfounded" claims made in a controversial doc. It's claimed the family are mulling their next steps following a screening of The Princes and The Press, with legal reps set to watch the second instalment tonight. 3Royal lawyers will be watching the second part of BBC doc The Princes and The Press tonight after 'unfounded' claims were last week airedCredit: Getty 3Prince William is understood to have been upset over allegations he briefed against his brotherCredit: Mega They'll be deciding if the broadcaster flouted rules regarding accuracy and impartiality after earlier warning they'd not been given a fair right of reply, the Daily Mail reports. The royals say weren't allowed to watch a screening of the two-part programme in advance, and say they had no opportunity to properly address the claims. The BBC Two documentary has already aired "unfounded" allegations that William and his staff briefed the media against Meghan and Harry. Omid Scobie, author of sympathetic Meghan and Harry biography Finding Freedom, claimed "negative stories" had been...
    The Royal Family has not ruled out taking action against the BBC over the final instalment of its inflammatory documentary series probing their relations with the media. Lawyers will be carefully watching tonight’s second instalment of The Princes and The Press to decide if the broadcaster flouted rules regarding accuracy and impartiality as well as giving them a fair right of reply. The first programme has already accused the royal households of actively briefing against Harry and Meghan, possibly with the blessing of senior royals. The first instalment of The Princes and The Press has already accused the royal households of actively briefing against Harry and Meghan RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next BBC swaps 'Megxit' for 'Sussexit' in second part of its... BBC coverage of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee could be hit by... Share this article Share The BBC has reportedly capitulated to Harry’s complaint that the term ‘Megxit’ – coined to describe the Sussexes’ decision to quit royal duties – was sexist. Tonight’s programme has instead been titled ‘Sussexit’. In a...
    More On: royal family Book: Queen Elizabeth snub prompted Harry and Meghan to quit royal family Prince Harry lashed out at William for doubting Meghan romance, book says Prince Harry gets apology from PI that ‘robbed’ him of teen years Queen Elizabeth will only pick up the phone for these two people within The Firm On Nov. 27, 2017, the engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was announced at 5 a.m. A few hours later, Prince Charles sat down for breakfast and mused to his wife, Camilla, “I wonder what the children will look like?” Camilla was “somewhat taken aback” by the question and replied, “Well, absolutely gorgeous, I’m certain.” Lowering his voice, Charles asked: “I mean, what do you think their children’s complexion might be?” This is according to a well-placed source who contributed to Christopher Andersen’s book “Brothers And Wives: Inside The Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan” (Gallery), out Nov. 30. But Andersen stops short of claiming that Charles is the unnamed “senior royal” whom Harry and Meghan — whose mother is black...
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    PRINCE William, Kate Middleton and the Queen could cut the BBC off forever following fury over a new royal documentary. As reported exclusively by The Sun, the Cambridges have already banned the Corporation from screening their Christmas carol concert, instead handing the rights to ITV. 3The Royal Family are reportedly considering plans to cut off the BBC following concerns about a new documentary 3The family have been upset following allegations made in The Princes and the Press But more extreme measures could soon be taken - and insiders claim the furore could spell the end of the long relationship between the broadcaster and the royals. It follows upset over a BBC Two documentary which aired "unfounded" allegations that William and his staff briefed the media against Meghan and Harry. The family weren't allowed to watch a screening of the two-part programme in advance, and say they had no opportunity to properly address the claims. Now it's thought they could raise the stakes again. One source told the Daily Mail it's been made clear that William would have to "seriously consider"...
    Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace and Clarence House called the BBC’s latest documentary, The Princes and the Press, “overblown and unfounded.” “A free, responsible and open press is of vital importance to a healthy democracy,” the joint statement to the BBC from the royal household’s reads. (RELATED: Kate Middleton Mortified, ‘Hurt’ Following Meghan Markle’s Claims Duchess Made Her ‘Cry,’ Royal Author Shares) “However, too often it is overblown and unfounded claims from unnamed sources that are presented as facts and it is disappointing when anyone, including the BBC, gives them credibility,” the statement adds.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by E! News (@enews) The network has defended the BBC Two’s documentary about Prince William and Prince Harry. It said it’s “about how royal journalism is done and features a range of journalists from broadcast and the newspaper industry,” E! News reported. The two-part show documents the way the Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex have “charted very different courses of their relationship with the media.” (RELATED: Meghan Markle’s Rep Denies Former Advisor To The Duchess...
    What did we learn from the BBC's heavily promoted documentary The Princes and the Press? Well for a start we discovered a lot more about the presenter - BBC Media Editor Amol Rajan - than the Royals. Mr Rajan wears jewellery, seems slightly chippy and extremely sure of himself. A far cry from Jenny Bond, Nicholas Witchell, and the school of fawning obeisance. By choosing this self-confessed republican to front a prime-time programme about the Royals, the BBC seems to have decided it's time to end their traditional coverage which often seemed to be conducted from the bended knee position. The rise of Amol Rajan at the BBC in just five years has been phenomenal.  Appointed editor of the Independent newspaper at just 29, he'd previously worked as a researcher and assistant presenter on Channel 5's The Wright Stuff. Rajan is confident, brainy, and sure of his own worth. Nothing wrong in that, but he's rubbed a few (less talented) folk up the wrong way in his quest for fame and success. One BBC insider describes his 'magnificent vanity' coupled...
    There was a blink-and-you-miss-it moment at the end of the BBC’s much hyped documentary about the royals which any impartial viewer might consider a trifle more important than its position, shoehorned into the programme just before the credits rolled. It was the response from three royal households – Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace – to the hour-long show which included incendiary claims that their aides had briefed against the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. In view of what had gone before, the highly unusual joint statement was a damning indictment of the corporation which was accused of broadcasting ‘overblown and unfounded claims’ about the Royal Family. Insiders said the rift between William and Harry (pictured here with Meghan and Kate in 2020) will be examined in even greater detail in next week's instalment. Royal advisers believe the Queen, Charles and William have not been offered a proper right to reply  It also said it was ‘disappointing’ that the BBC had chosen to air allegations surrounding Harry and Meghan’s controversial exit from Britain. All this would have been highly...
    WILLIAM and Kate have banned the BBC from screening their Christmas carol concert amid fury over a royal documentary. Instead the charity fund-raiser, hosted by the Duchess at Westminster Abbey, will be shown on ITV. 5William and Kate have banned the BBC from screening their Christmas carol concert amid fury over a royal documentaryCredit: AP The Sun understands the Westminster Abbey showpiece will be hosted by the Duchess, with Wills expected to be watching proudly from the audience. Children Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and three-year-old Prince Louis, could even attend — making it perfect festive viewing. But the couple decided to shun Auntie after it pressed ahead with a two-part documentary claiming Wills had briefed against brother Harry and his wife Meghan. Wills did not see Monday night’s first part as he was giving out the environmental Tusk Awards at London’s South Bank. Last night a TV source said of the royal snub to the Beeb: “This is a real coup for ITV. It is a brand new format — the royals have never hosted a televised TV...
    THE Royal Family have blasted the BBC for airing "overblown and unfounded claims" about a rift between Prince William and Harry. The first episode of The Princes And The Press — screened yesterday —  included an interview with author Omid Scobie, who claimed that some negative stories about the Sussexes come from other royal households. 2The Royal Family have blasted the BBC for airing the 'overblown and unfounded' claimsCredit: Getty The first episode, presented by Amol Rajan, explored the relationship of the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex with the media. And the documentary alleged leaks to the Press about Meghan’s bad behaviour towards staff came from other royal households shortly after the wedding in 2018. But the Royal Family have now slammed the BBC for airing the "overblown and unfounded claims." The joint statement between The Queen, Prince Charles, and Prince William said it was "disappointing" that the Beeb gave credibility to the claims. In a statement given to the BBC, and shown at the end of the programme, Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington...
    Aides to Prince William did not brief against his brother Harry during the Megxit saga, sources insisted yesterday following a row over a new BBC documentary. Royal insiders denied William and Harry had been embroiled in a briefing war, ahead of a programme examining the brothers’ troubled relationship with the media. The Queen, Prince Charles and William have reportedly joined forces to complain to the BBC and threaten a boycott on future projects with the broadcaster unless the Palace is given a right to respond to potentially damaging allegations. Royal insiders denied William and Harry had been embroiled in a briefing war, ahead of a programme examining the brothers’ troubled relationship with the media RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Meghan Markle's father calls for Duchess of Sussex to be... Royals at war with BBC over 'tittle tattle' documentary: The... Share this article Share The BBC2 programme, The Princes And The Press, which airs tonight at 9pm, examines coverage of the brothers in British newspapers, including Harry’s relationship with wife Meghan and the...
    IT may be high treason to “imagine or compass” the death of a Queen, but as Elizabeth II clocks up a record 70 years on the throne, the House of Windsor is talking of little else. The 95-year-old monarch last week gave her royal assent, saying: “None of us can slow the passage of time.” 4The 95-year-old Queen last week gave her royal assent, saying: 'None of us can slow the passage of time' 4The monarchy’s future lies in the modernising Prince William, glamorous Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and their children George, Charlotte and LouisCredit: AFP Her Majesty might yet outlive her mum, who made 101, but as she reduces her workload, plans are already in train for King Charles III and, in time, King William V. Successions are perilous times for a monarchy. The Queen is a revered global icon. Her passing will leave an unimaginable vacuum. Few can remember any other face on our currency. “God save the Queen” may never be heard again in our lifetimes. But there are risks to this continuity, fuelled by antagonism between...
    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will not spoil their children with expensive gifts even though they are likely to get three Christmases this year, a royal expert has claimed.  Duncan Larcombe, author of Prince Harry: The Inside Story, told OK! magazine Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, six and Prince Louis, three, might have three Christmas celebrations this year.  He speculated Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 39, would have a small Christmas in Anmer Hall in Norfolk, a more formal family gathering with the Queen in Sandringham and another family reunion with Kate's family.  But he added that the parents-of-three would make sure their children are not spoilt and have as 'normal' a Christmas as possible.   Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, six and Prince Louis, three, are likely to get three Christmases this year, royal expert Duncan Larcombe claimed (pictured at a special pantomime performance at London's Palladium Theatre, hosted by The National Lottery in 2020) Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 39, are unlikely to spoil their children and will make sure they have as 'normal; a Christmas as possible...
    If you love The Daily Beast’s royal coverage, then we hope you’ll enjoy The Royalist, a members-only series for Beast Inside. Become a member to get it in your inbox on Sunday. Royals go to war with BBC—again The queen, Prince Charles, and Prince William have threatened to launch a “tri-household boycott” of the BBC after it was revealed that the corporation is planning to screen a two-part documentary alleging that Prince Harry and Prince William briefed against each other at the height of their feud. The palace is furious that it has not been allowed to see the documentary in advance, and argues it is being denied the right to reply to the damaging allegations, the Mail on Sunday reports. The spat is likely to further test already strained relations between the BBC and the royal family, which have been under unprecedented pressure since May when the corporation apologized for deception on the part of Martin Bashir to secure his infamous Panorama interview with Princess Diana. The new documentary, The Princes and the Press is due to air...
    Princes William and Harry will be ‘pleased’ that Michael Fawcett has resigned as they felt he was a ‘pernicious influence’ on their father’s household, sources said last night. Insiders said both the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex have long believed that Prince Charles was ‘unwise’ to rely so heavily on his right-hand man. Harry even turned down an offer from Charles to have Mr Fawcett’s private events company, Premier Mode, help out with his 2018 wedding to Meghan as he wanted him to have nothing to do with it. ‘Divisive role’: Fawcett behind William and Charles at Holyroodhouse One source said: ‘They were concerned at the way in which Fawcett was allowed to operate a personal fiefdom at the heart of their father’s household. 'They felt it divisive and unwise. 'They will not be disappointed by what has happened.’ Yesterday the Daily Mail revealed that Mr Fawcett, who was in charge of Charles’s charity operations, had dramatically quit over an ongoing ‘cash for access’ inquiry. He has resigned from his £95,000-a-year post as chief executive of the Prince’s...
    THE Duchess of Sussex sued the Mail On Sunday for publishing extracts of a letter sent to her father in August 2018 as it was deemed unlawful, but in an appeal this week, her former aide has challenged her case. In a witness statement, Jason Knauf has revealed he regretted not giving evidence after the royal won her legal battle. Here's everything we know about Jason Knauf. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest updates 6Jason Knauf is said to be the person who submitted the bullying allegations to HRCredit: Getty - Contributor Who is Jason Knauf? Knauf joined Kensington Palace in 2015 and became the communications secretary for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Known to be a trusted staffer, he even was asked to help with private letters to Meghan Markle's family. Knauf was working for the royals at the time the allegations against the newspaper publisher were made. Two months after Meghan asked for his feedback on the famous private letter to her father, Knauf turned his back on her and is...
    More On: prince william Kate Middleton stuns in Alexander McQueen dress from 10 years ago Billie Eilish on meeting William and Kate: ‘I can’t complain’ Prince William blasts space race after Bezos sends William Shatner into orbit ‘Threat to the family’: Prince Andrew has no way back to public life with royals Don’t look to Princes William and Harry to reconcile anytime soon. Describing the current relationship between William, 39, and Harry, 37, royal scribe Robert Lacey doesn’t mince words: “Poor, definitely poor.” Lacey, author of “Battle of Brothers: William, Harry and the Inside Story of a Family in Tumult,” told Page Six that William recently hosted a party thanking people who were involved in the long-awaited sculpture of his mother, Princess Diana that was unveiled at Kensington Palace last July. “I’ve spoken to two people from that party and it was quite clear from things he said that his anger towards Harry remains,” Lacey revealed. “He remains unhappy about what his brother has done. There is no immediate possibility of any reconciliation. I mean, it’s not wanted...
    Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have done Prince William a favour by 'jumping ship' and leaving the royal family, according to royal author Andrew Morton. The Duke, 37,  and Duchess, 40, of Sussex announced their decision to quit as working members of the Royal Family in January 2020. They moved into their £11 million mansion in the Californian enclave of Montecito in July that year.  Now Morton - best known for penning Princess Diana's authorised biography - has also authored the recent book 'Meghan and the Unmasking of the Monarchy: A Hollywood Princess'. The writer, who recently updated the tome with more details about the former royal couple, spoke about about the pair's move to America - telling salon.com the couple would have been pushed out in the future anyway.  Prince Harry and Meghan, pictured on stage at Global Citizen Live in New York in September, have 'done William a favour' by stepping back as senior royals, says Andrew Morton According to Andrew Morton, Prince William 'saw [himself] as being the [leader] of a slimmed down monarchy' Describing their decision to...
    Kate Middleton and Prince William appear to be following in the footsteps of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle by releasing photographs in their trademark style walking away from the camera.  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 39, shared a behind-the-scenes shot as they arrived at the Clydeside Distillery to attend the Earthshot reception at Cop26 in Glasgow last night. In the snap, the couple could be seen with their backs to the camera as they greeted guests while entering the event together.  The snap bears striking similarities to a style of shots which were often released by the Duke, 35, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, which saw them walking away from the camera.   It comes after Prince William and Kate last week drew comparisons to Prince Harry and Meghan by releasing photographs in black and white - and choosing to share their rare moments of public affection. Brand expert Nick Ede predicted the public could expect to see 'many more' of these type of images from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, adding: 'This behind the scenes almost candid image...
    Pete Davidson’s Retro-Grunge Style Through the Years Champions League bold predictions: Manchester United, Juventus struggles continue; Liverpool overcome Atleti Refi Rates at 1.99% APR. Do you qualify? Ad Microsoft Get Paid $200 by Signing Up for This New Card (Yeah, Seriously) Ad Microsoft See if You Pre-Qualify for These Top Cards (No Impact to Your Credit Score) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/19 SLIDES © Provided by Daily Mail The Queen failed to mention Prince Harry as she used her powerful plea to world leaders over the climate crisis to praise Prince Philip and gush over Prince Charles and Prince William for carrying on her late husband's work to protect 'our fragile planet'. Royal watchers have said the decision not to namecheck her environmentalist grandson while addressing COP26 last night was a 'glaring' omission because...
    The best beauty and makeup advent calendars for skin care enthusiasts Best photos from Week 9 of the college football season © NEON Kristen Stewart may not be a mom herself, but she definitely related to Princess Diana's maternal side when she portrayed her in the film Spencer.  "The whole thing about watching her, within that space when her children are close to her, it's a nucleus. It's a three-headed animal, sort of an unstoppable beast," Stewart told ET's Lauren Zima of the late Princess of Wales' relationship with sons Prince William and Prince Harry. "...You don't want to mess with moms, you just don't do that. I think [Diana] feels so embodied and so unconditionally herself when when she is with her kids. In all of the research, that I was like, 'Man, that is what we are protecting here.'" Despite not personally having experience with motherhood, Stewart related to Diana on other levels. "I mean, I'm a kid of a parent," she said. “I do know what it feels like, that exchange. I can’t say with certainty that I know...
    PRINCE William gained the nickname of His Naughtiness when he was little and would stick his tongue out at people, claims a royal author.  In Robert Lacey’s Battle of Brothers: William and Harry – The Inside Story of a Family in Tumult, the young heir was a “boisterous” child.  6Prince William was said to be a 'boisterous' young child and got the nickname His NaughtinessCredit: Getty 6Prince William would stick his tongue out at people, claims Robert LaceyCredit: Getty The royal author wrote of William: “With Charles proving to be an equally worshipping and indulgent parent, William became a law unto himself – loud and boisterous and earning the nickname ‘His Royal Naughtiness’ following his poor behaviour at his brother Harry’s christening in December 1984.  “The little prince had wriggled continuously and rolled his eyes with real insolence towards his father when he was not allowed to cuddle his baby brother. "It was part of a pattern. William had developed the habit of sticking out his tongue at people as well as wielding his water pistol with gay abandon –...
    PRINCE William and Prince Harry may be going through a rumoured rift at the moment but that wasn’t always the case.  As a young boy, William was said to smother his younger brother with kisses and proudly show him off like his “favourite toy”, claims a royal author.  5Prince William used to smother younger brother Prince Harry with kisses, it has been claimedCredit: Getty 5William and Harry were close growing up, particularly following the death of their mum in 1997Credit: AFP In Robert Lacey’s Battle of Brothers, William is said to have been delighted when baby Harry was born in 1984.  When he was brought to the hospital to meet his new brother and see his mum Princess Diana, William “rushed forward at once to plant a kiss on the baby’s forehead, then sat on the bed and held the newborn warmly in his arms.” Robert added: “When the family went back to Kensington Palace, it was William who led the way in the presentation of the baby to the staff below stairs, smothering his little brother in kisses –...
    THE Crown is to dramatise Martin Bashir’s disgraced Panorama interview with Princess Diana — despite her son William’s plea for it never to be broadcast again. Netflix will air an entire episode focusing on the tragic royal’s controversial sit-down with Bashir in 1995. 6Netflix is to defy Prince William with an episode of The Crown devoted to Diana's (played by Elizabeth Debicki) discredited Panorama interviewCredit: PA William, 39, lashed out at the BBC broadcast this year, saying it had triggered a “false narrative” and holds “no legitimacy”. Netflix has forked out millions on an episode devoted to Princess Diana’s Panorama interview which will be pivotal to The Crown’s new series, insiders say. The streaming giant’s decision to dramatise her sit-down with Martin Bashir puts it at odds with Prince William, who called for it never to be shown again. William, 39, spoke out after a bombshell report found Bashir lied and used underhand tactics to gain his mother’s trust. But senior sources say Netflix, which has a £112million deal with William’s brother Harry, is going ahead with the special episode....
    Prince William name-check Prince Harry as he thanked friends at a private reception celebrating the unveiling of their late mother's statue, reports say. The 39-year-old heir is said to have spoken on behalf of himself and the Duke of Sussex, 37, at the event at Kensington Palace. Prince Harry jetted back to Britain from his home in Santa Barbara, California, for the statue reveal in July. But he missed the private reception at the west London palace - which was held to thank friends and donors. A source claims that a private reception held last week, Prince William thanked guests on their behalf as a pair, saying the brothers were 'both happy' with the statue A source told the Sun Prince William said the brothers were 'both happy' with the statue: 'It was very intimate and sweet. They said: 'There was a real family feel as many of Diana's 17 godchildren were also there. 'William made a brilliant speech saying thank you from him and Harry and how happy they both were with the statue. He mentioned Harry by name. 'The brothers...
    If you love The Daily Beast’s royal coverage, then we hope you’ll enjoy The Royalist, a members-only series for Beast Inside. Become a member to get it in your inbox on Sunday. How to parcel up the world, House of Windsor style. After Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s explosive Oprah Winfrey interview—and many words, upset, allegations, and denials since—it seemed to be that the two had their American constituency of fans. The rest of the royals—Prince William and Kate Middleton included—could keep Britain, thanks very much. The popularity of Harry and Meghan in the U.S. is far greater than in the U.K. Meghan is American, and they live in California.
    Prince William and Kate Middleton have their sights on America. Palace insiders recently told Katie Nicholl, royal author and Vanity Fair correspondent, that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will very likely make a high-profile visit across the pond in 2022 to boost their popularity. "[They] are aware that their popularity took a bit of a dive post the Oprah interview, and that the focus now is on getting that support back," one source told the outlet. PRINCE WILLIAM HOSTS PRIVATE KENSINGTON PALACE RECEPTION FOR PRINCESS DIANA STATUE DONORS The couple’s last official visit to the U.S. was in December 2014. At the time, the duchess, 39, was pregnant with Princess Charlotte. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attend the Earthshot Prize 2021 at Alexandra Palace on October 17, 2021 in London, England. (Photo by Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty Images) According to the outlet, it’s unknown whether the couple would visit Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in California if they were in the U.S. William, 39, did confirm that the U.S. will host the Earshot Prize ceremony...
    Prince William and Kate Middleton are 'very focused on having a high profile in US' after 'their popularity took a dive because of the Oprah interview', sources have claimed.  Insiders told Vanity Fair's Katie Nicholl that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 39, are highly likely to make a high profile visit across the pond next year in an effort to boost their popularity.  The source added: '[They] are aware that their popularity took a bit of a dive post the Oprah interview, and that the focus now is on getting that support back.' During the explosive interview in March, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex sent shockwaves through the Royal Family in when they accused the Firm of institutional racism, said Kate had made Meghan cry, and alleged one member of the family questioned what colour their son Archie's skin would be.   Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 39, are 'very focused on having a high profile in US' after 'their popularity took a dive because of the Oprah interview', sources have claimed The insider added that the...
    Prince William and Kate Middleton's 'understated professionalism' at last night's Earthshot Awards was a  'masterclass of regal behaviour' and showed a contrast to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's 'rockstar-like' appearances at recent events, a body language expert has claimed. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 39, walked side-by-side as they headed into the star-studded Earthshot Awards at Alexandra Palace in London last night. The couple spoke with A-listers including David Attenborough and Emma Thompson and showed 'modesty' while avoiding 'showboating' and celebrity-style 'PDAs'. Speaking exclusively to FEMAIL, body language expert Judi James revealed how the couple showed they are approachable, while they also seemed 'in awe' of David Attenborough.   Prince William and Kate Middleton's 'understated professionalism' at last night's Earthshot Awards was a 'masterclass of regal behaviour' and showed a contrast to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's 'rockstar-like' appearances at recent events, a body language expert has claimed  'Their speeches on stage were performed separately rather than as an A-list double-act and they both delivered professionally, pointing focus towards their cause rather than themselves and the injection of subtle...
    London (CNN)When royals speak out on a potentially divisive topic, it makes headlines -- but when the three most senior royals do it all in the same week and on the same issue then the world really gets the message.It started with an interview Prince Charles did with the BBC. He was asked about the world leaders gathering in Glasgow for the COP26 climate conference. "They just talk," he said. "The problem is to get action on the ground, which I have been trying to do for the last 40 years."When Charles started working on the environment in the 1960s, it wasn't a mainstream issue. It is now, and it's become highly politicized in some parts of the world, including America. That hasn't stopped the prince, though. Instead, he has ramped up his rhetoric, believing he has that right, indeed a duty, before he takes the throne, when he will be expected to be completely impartial.That's why it was all the more powerful to hear the current monarch express the same view as her son during a visit to Cardiff...
    Khloe Kardashian Is Radiant in Red Leather Dress and Croc Pumps for ‘SNL’ Afterparty Texans attempt to trick Patriots results in hilarious 0-yard punt © Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Global Citizen Don't expect a royal reunion across the pond anytime soon! Contrary to recent reports, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not be visiting London this week to attend an event to honor the late Princess Diana at Kensington Palace, a source tells ET.  The event, which will be hosted by Prince William, was originally scheduled to take place at the same time as the unveiling of Diana's statue at Kensington Palace this past July, which Harry did attend. However, due to COVID-19 limitations, it had to be postponed and drastically scaled back.  According to the source, “There are no plans for [Harry and Meghan] to be in the U.K. for the private donor event.” While the Duke and Duchess of Sussex won't be in attendance, there will be several VIPs, including Diana's longtime friend, Sir Elton John, as well as members of the Spencer family and donors who helped...
    The Crown's child actors Timothee Sambor and Teddy Hawley got into character as the young Princes William and Harry as they filmed scenes for series five in Spain on Thursday. The two unknowns will appear in the Netflix drama as younger depictions of Princess Diana's sons, in the midst of the royal's turbulent divorce from her husband Prince Charles, who is being played by Dominic West. Last month it was revealed Timothee, 11, and Teddy, seven, were taking on the role of the young princes after they were seen filming in Surrey. Cute: The Crown's child actors Timothee Sambor (left) and Teddy Hawley got into character as the young Princes William and Harry to film scenes for series five in Spain on Thursday Both stars were in high spirits as they were seen heading down to the set to film the scenes, sporting matching pale blue striped shirts and camel shorts. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Kristen Stewart's confession: I felt... 'It strips her of respect and dignity:' Kristen Stewart's... EXCLUSIVE: The Crown's...
    One of the reasons the Sussexes gave when they left official royal life was that they wanted more privacy. They have since been mocked as hypocrites in some quarters by critics who say that they continue to court global attention. But such sniping, perhaps deliberately, misses an important point: that the couple have managed to provide a level of privacy to their children which far outstrips what they were able to offer Archie in the first few traumatic months after his birth, or, indeed, what Kate and William have been able to give their children. Full-face photographs of William and Kate’s kids (often taken by Kate) are routinely handed out on their birthdays and the children also make several carefully staged public appearances each year where the press are given opportunities to photograph them.
    Nobel Prize in medicine awarded to David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian for their discoveries of receptors for temperature and touch Former Trump aide Omarosa, newly freed from her NDA, suggests Trump wont be healthy enough for a 2024 run © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Snoop Dogg has said that Prince Harry and Prince William are 'his boys' - adding they've been 'cool' ever since he reached out to them after learning that the royal brothers were fans of his. American hip hop star Snoop, 49, who lives close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in LA, has opened up about his unlikely friendship with the siblings. 'Harry and William are my boys,' he said, speaking to The Mirror. 'As soon as I knew they were fans I reached out to them and we've been cool ever since. 'I look out for them and they can reach out to me whenever they want they know that.' © Provided by Daily Mail ( © Provided by Daily Mail ( The rapper went on to say how he 'respects' Prince...
    PRINCESS Beatrice has announced the name of her first baby which gives a very subtle nod to the Queen - but she isn't the first royal to do so. Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi have named their baby girl Sienna Elizabeth, with Beatrice revealing the sweet name on Twitter today. 5Princess Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi have welcomed their first childCredit: Paul Edwards / The Sun 5They have named their baby girl Sienna Elizabeth in a nod to the QueenCredit: yorkiebea/Twitter The Queen's granddaughter gave birth to her first child on September 18 and gushed she was "delighted" at the new arrival. The 32-year-old  took to Twitter to share a picture featuring a footprint from the new baby She wrote on her official account: "We are delighted to share that we have named our daughter Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Sienna's first name is derived from the Tuscan city of Siena, and it is a clear reference to her father's Italian roots. The baby's middle name pays honour to the Queen. This...
    If you love The Daily Beast’s royal coverage, then we hope you’ll enjoy The Royalist, a members-only series for Beast Inside. Become a member to get it in your inbox on Sunday. Prince William “bullying” claim resurfaces Here we go again. It was all Harry and Meghan’s fault. Nope, it was all William and Kate’s.
    Jennifer Aniston Swears By This Plumping, Anti-Aging Lip Mask & Its Just $28 on Amazon Peyton Manning takes jab at Patriots on MNF © Provided by People Samir Hussein/WireImage Prince Harry, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip Prince Harry is remembering the "incredible bond" between grandparents Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip.  Harry, 37, joined other royals in the new documentary Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers, airing Wednesday night in the U.K. on BBC One, in sharing memories of his grandfather, who died in April at age 99. Prince Harry that while he missed Prince Philip's "sense of humor," he does "miss him more for my grandmother because I know how incredibly strong she was with him there. I also know she will be okay without him." "The two of them together were just the most adorable couple," the Duke of Sussex continued. "To me, knowing the cheekiness of him and knowing that behind what the world sees you have two individuals who were very much in love and both, from a very young age, have dedicated their life to service — that...
    PRINCE Charles has revealed his final conversation with his father, Prince Philip, the day before he died. The Prince of Wales spoke to his father about plans to celebrate his 100th birthday, a new documentary discloses. 4Prince Charles revealed his final conversation with Prince Philip the day before he diedCredit: Getty - Contributor 4Charles spoke to Philip about plans for his birthday celebrationsCredit: Getty He called the Duke of Edinburgh at Windsor on April 8 and asked about a party to celebrate his centenary in June, the Daily Mail reports. Charles said: "We're talking about your birthday. " But with Philip's hearing failing he had to speak up and repeated a bit more loudly: "We're talking about your birthday! "And whether there's going to be reception!" LAST WORDS Philip replied: "Well, I've got to be alive for it, haven't I?" In what may have been their last ever conversation, Charles said: "I knew you'd say that!" Most read in The US SunFIND GABBY Gabby Petito last spotted in Grand Teton National Park, tipster claimsSEA SHOWDOWN Japan ‘prepares for war’...
    The short message Prince William shared to mark Prince Harry's 37th birthday yesterday shows the brothers still have 'icy' relations, a royal expert has claimed.  Royal author Duncan Larcombe told The Sun that Prince William, 39, did the 'bare minimum' to mark his younger brother's special day as he celebrated across the pond in California.  The second-in-line to the throne shared: 'Happy Birthday Prince Harry,' yesterday on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Twitter and Instagram account. This very 'simple' birthday wishes come after Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie - who penned the biography with Carolyn Durand and released an updated version last month - said Duke and Duchess of Sussex are 'making very little progress' in reconciling with the royal family. And Duncan Larcombe claimed that the short message penned by William showed  just how much tense the relationship between the two brothers still is.  Royal author Duncan Larcombe said the short message, pictured, penned by Prince William, 39, to mark Prince Harry's birthday yesterday shows that the two brothers are not ready to make up...
    PRINCE William and Kate Middleton sent a “curt” birthday message to Prince Harry as he turned 37 today which proved the “ice hasn’t thawed”, claims a royal expert.  The Twitter tribute featured the Duke of Sussex standing alone with the simple message "Happy Birthday Prince Harry!" 6Prince Harry turned 37 today and a royal expert said William and Kate's tribute post, pictured, was rather 'curt'Credit: Twitter/KensingtonRoyal 6Royal expert Duncan Larcombe said that William's message proved the 'ice hasn’t thawed' between the two brothersCredit: PA 6Last year's birthday post featured the 'Fab Three' in 'happier' times Duncan told Fabulous: “William and Kate’s curt birthday message to Harry only serves as proof the ice between the brothers has still not thawed. “Short of ignoring the Duke of Sussex’s 37th landmark completely, their social media post was the bare minimum from a couple who once welcomed Harry as their official Royal gooseberry. “If anything, this year’s birthday wishes from the Cambridges are an indication of just how far relations between the two warring clans have deteriorated over the past 12 months.” Despite ongoing...
    THE Queen, Kate Middleton and Prince William all wished Prince Harry a happy birthday today. It's believed the Duke of Sussex, who turns 37 today, is marking the occasion in the US - although his celebrations have been kept under wraps. 3The Duke of Sussex turned 37 todayCredit: AFP 3The Queen, Prince William and Kate Middleton all wishes Harry a happy birthdayCredit: Getty Despite ongoing tensions between Harry and the Royals, all three of the Firm's main accounts shared their best wishes with the Duke online today. It marks the first display of affection between the estranged family members since before Prince Harry left the Royal fold. He hasn't been able to see his loved ones much since stepping down from Royal life last year, with Covid travel restrictions placing a huge obstacle. He has, however, seen the Queen twice since Megxit and could soon return to the UK so she can meet her great-grandaughter and namesake Lilibet. His birthday comes just a few months after Harry became a dad for the second time, welcoming Lilibet back in June....
    15 Amazon Beauty Buys You Need to Try This Month Yankees, Mets Toe The Line Together "As One Unified New York" © DOMINIC LIPINSKI/POOL/AFP via Getty Images Prince Harry and Prince William are remembering their grandfather, Prince Philip. The brothers share some insight about their relationship with the late Duke of Edinburgh in the first trailer for the documentary Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers, released on Saturday. "He’s always been a huge presence behind everything we’ve done, really," the Duke of Cambridge, 39, kicks off the clip, with Harry, 36, adding, "What you see is what you got with my grandfather. He was unapologetically him." Old footage of Philip with his children, grandchildren and Queen Elizabeth II then flash on the screen. Prince Charles is also seen in the trailer expressing his gratitude for the many years they had with his dad. "We were lucky to have him for nearly 100 years," the 72-year-old the Prince of Wales says. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The documentary was originally created to celebrate what would...