There's still tension between Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, according to a royal source who spoke to US Weekly."She's so disappointed that her own grandchild would heap so much embarrassment on the monarchy and bring all this unwanted attention on his family at the worst possible time," the source says.According to the source, the monarch is desperate for her relationship with Harry to be repaired."She's praying that, over time, Harry will start to see things more clearly," the source adds. "Whether that will actually happen remains to be seen."【ギャラリー】Prince Harry returns to the UK8Earlier in the week Meghan and Harry released details on their post-royal future, including a "saddening" split from Buckingham Palace staff and clarification on the ownership of "Sussex Royal"."We are pleased to now be able to share with you an update on many of the details agreed at a meeting of The Royal Family in January 2020, which outlines The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's new roles, taking effect Spring 2020," read the statement posted to the couple's website Sussex Royal on Friday night.Regarding their plans to run a non-profit organisation, the couple wrote, "...Given the specific UK government rules surrounding use of the word 'Royal', it has been therefore agreed that their non-profit organisation will not utilise the name 'Sussex Royal' or any other iteration of 'Royal'."The couple, who withdrew relevant trademark applications, added, "While there is not any jurisdiction by The Monarchy or Cabinet Office over the use of the word 'Royal' overseas. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to use 'Sussex Royal' or any iteration of the word 'Royal' in any territory (either within the UK or otherwise) when the transition occurs Spring 2020."In January, after sharing their intention to "step back" from royal duties to continue raising their 9-month-old son Archie both in North America and the UK, Buckingham Palace announced, "The Sussexes will not use their HRH titles as they are no longer working members of the Royal Family."【ギャラリー】In pictures: Harry and Meghan62
The grandfather of a toddler who died after falling from a docked cruise ship's window last year has reportedly changed his plea to guilty just one day after requesting a judge-led trial.Salvatore Anello, whose 18-month-old granddaughter Chloe Wiegand was killed in the fatal incident after her family boarded the Freedom of the Seas cruise ship in Puerto Rico last year, has been charged with negligent homicide.
Britain and the European Union will launch talks next Monday on a new post-Brexit partnership due to start in 2021, but the two sides are already trading barbs on the scale and scope of their trade cooperation. Britain says it wants a simple free trade agreement such as the EU has with Canada or Japan, which would mean significantly more trade frictions than there are currently between the world's largest trading bloc and its fifth biggest economy. Here are the EU's arguments for refusing to grant Britain a plain trade deal.
Millions of people were today urged to “keep their distance” to stop an outbreak of coronavirus spreading in Britain.The World Health Organisation called on countries around the globe to prepare for the arrival of Covid-19 as America warned that a pandemic was now likely.
Tyson Fury’s promoter Frank Warren says he would be willing to offer Deontay Wilder "step-aside money" to make a heavyweight unification bout with Anthony Joshua this summer.Fury became a two-time heavyweight champion in Las Vegas on Saturday night, overpowering Wilder, whose corner threw in the towel in the seventh round to end the contest.
Sajid Javid said he hoped Rishi Sunak would be able to work without 'fear' of Dominic Cummings.
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From the shadow of Chernobyl's nuclear wasteland to international super-stardom and from penniless arrival in the United States, without a word of English, to estimated earnings of at least $300 million.
The death toll in religious riots in Delhi has risen to 27 and the city’s leader has called for the army to be deployed, as India’s capital assessed the damage on a tense Wednesday morning.Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal called the three days of violence “alarming” and said police had lost the confidence of the public. “The army should be called in and a curfew imposed in affected areas [in city’s northeast] immediately,” he said.
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira’s Super Bowl halftime show drew more than 1,300 complaints from viewers.The Federal Communications Commission received 1,312 complaints after the 2 February performance according to WFAA, which obtained the records through a Freedom of Information Act request, reports.
A spokeswoman for the Queen's granddaughter and her husband said they were not showing any symptoms and were following Government advice.
Hollywood star Johnny Depp sent messages to actor friend Paul Bettany suggesting he would “burn” and “drown” girlfriend Amber Heard during their volatile relationship, a court has heard.Previously unseen messages alleged to have been sent by the 55-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean star were read out in court this afternoon, in a pre-trial hearing in his libel battle with The Sun newspaper.
Dubai's ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, began an appeal on Wednesday to prevent the publication of two judgments in a British court battle with his former wife Princess Haya bint al-Hussein over the wardship of their two children. The contest began last May and there have been a number of private hearings at London's High Court before the president of the Family Division, Andrew McFarlane.
The 'EastEnders' star was playing golf on holiday in Thailand when the accident happened and has undergone emergency surgery to rebuild his face.
Tony Blair is wrong – Labour doesn’t have to ditch its manifesto and start again. The obstacles to victory in 2024 are not insurmountable, but party members must get behind whoever becomes leader
Downing Street said the body responsible for approving new peers should consider 'the most up-to-date' information.
I’ll admit it, I winced when I first saw it. Not because of the concept itself, but precisely because of who had already latched onto it: Piers Morgan, Katie Hopkins and now, in defence of Laurence Fox of all people, Hugh Grant. The message? To “be kind”.It made perfect sense in the wake of Caroline Flack’s death, whose day to day life couldn’t have been made easier by attacks online, either by individuals or some parts of the media. We were reeling, confused, perhaps reminded of our own ties to death by suicide through loved ones, or our own experiences. After tragedies like that, kindness always seems like the most logical move. Until it isn’t.
Gillian Anderson says she is expecting to divide opinion as Margaret Thatcher in The Crown — and has no plans to rewatch Meryl Streep’s Oscar-winning portrayal of the former Conservative prime minister.The actress takes the role in the fourth series of the Netflix hit, joining an all-star cast including Olivia Colman as the Queen, Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip and Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret.
Mick Fleetwood review – rousing all-star celebration of Peter GreenPalladium, London A surprise appearance by original Fleetwood Mac member Jeremy Spencer was just one highlight of a concert where Noel Gallagher and Steven Tyler painted Green’s blues
Angela Merkel's militant liberalism won't stop the collapse of Germany's centre. The chancellor has honed the CDU’s appeal to a wide range of voters – but suddenly the future of her party is in doubt
The Duke of Sussex was carrying out one of his last engagements as a senior royal but it was business as usual for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.