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There had been speculation that the Suits actress might join him for the event in Toronto as she lives and works in the city. Harry and Meghan will have chosen deliberately to sit apart to try and not distract too much from the important message behind the Invictus Games.
The former girlfriend of Justin Bieber has now left little to the imagination with an X-rated photo of herself that she shared on the social media. Although a soaking wet Ray is seen flashing plenty of skin in the X-rated photo, she did manage to cover up her modesty by strategically placing her arms across her breasts, and covering up her nether region by superimposing large pink flowers keeping in mind Instagram's strict guidelines on posting explicit content.
By Noah Barkin BERLIN (Reuters) - Weakened by the worst result for her party since 1949 and facing a more fractious political landscape at home, Germany's Angela Merkel could be forced to rein in plans to re-shape Europe together with France's Emmanuel Macron. Over the next four years, Merkel will also have to cope with a more confrontational opposition force in the Alternative for Germany (AfD), a eurosceptic, anti-immigration party that rode a wave of public anger after her decision to open Germany's borders to hundreds of thousands of migrants in 2015.
Most expensive Antiques Roadshow find is Faberge flower owned by army regiment valued at £1m
A 60-year-old man has died and three others were injured in a three-car pile-up on the M25 in north London. A 62-year-old woman driving a Range Rover Evoque collided with a Ford Focus and a Vauxhall Corsa on junction 24 clockwise, at Enfield,about 9.45pm on Saturday, police said. Medics battled for two hours to save the driver of the Corsa, but despite their efforts he was pronounced dead at the scene at 11.43pm.
Sir Richard Branson has visited Royal Navy flagship the HMS Ocean to thank the military for their relief efforts after Hurricanes Irma and Maria ripped through the Caribbean. Nick Wood, executive officer of HMS Ocean, said Sir Richard "had time for a word with everybody" when he toured the ship on Saturday. The ship dropped anchor off the British Virgin Islands on Friday after powering across the Atlantic Ocean to join the Task Force helping those whose homes and businesses have been devastated.
Just one day after President Donald Trump ripped NFL players for kneeling during the national anthem, Oakland A's rookie catcher Bruce Maxwell became the first Major League Baseball player to do the same. Here is a photo of Maxwell kneeling from Santiago Mejia of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Brexit secretary David Davis said on Sunday Britain's rules and regulations will diverge from those set by the European Union after Brexit because the government "will do things our own way". As a member of the EU, Britain must meet the rules and regulations of the bloc to have full access to the single market and frictionless trade. "We start at the same position, but we will manage the divergence," Davis told the BBC's Andrew Marr television show.
By Simon Lewis and Tommy Wilkes COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (Reuters) - Doctors treating some of the 429,000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar in recent weeks have seen dozens of women with injuries consistent with violent sexual attacks, U.N. clinicians and other health workers said. The medics' accounts, backed in some cases by medical notes reviewed by Reuters, lend weight to repeated allegations, ranging from molestation to gang rape, levelled by women from the stateless minority group against Myanmar's armed forces.
John McDonnell appears on ITV’s Peston On Sunday in Brighton. The shadow chancellor is planning new rules on credit card interest. People trapped in a spiral of credit card debt would be protected by a cap on their interest payments under a Labour government, John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, will say on Monday.
Crystal Palace face a nervous wait to discover the extent of Christian Benteke’s ligament damage. The 26-year-old was substituted in the second half of Saturday’s 5-0 loss at Manchester City, seemingly suffering a knee injury. “We think it's a form of ligament damage,” Palace manager Roy Hodgson said.
If you've just got out of a relationship with a narcissist, you should congratulate yourself. If you ended the relationship, they might still be trying to get back into your life. A certain amount of time after the break-up — usually not long, when it comes to narcissists — your ex will find someone new.
TV chef Mary Berry was spotted by hundreds of tourists leading 20 sheep across London Bridge. The former Great British Bake Off presenter was chosen by organisers of the annual Great Sheep Drive to kick off the event, which celebrates the Freemen of the City's right to drive the animals over the bridge. Berry, who was herself made a Freeman of the City in 2014, said the event went "like clockwork".
Jeremy Corbyn has avoided a potentially embarrassing row over Brexit, after delegates at the Labour conference blocked a meaningful vote on the issue. Local Labour parties put Brexit fifth - behind the NHS, housing, social care and rail services. An email from left-wing campaign group Momentum seen by Sky News urged its supporters not to back Brexit in the composite motion ballot, calling it a "potentially time-consuming cul-de-sac".
Hat-trick hero Alvaro Morata says Chelsea sent a message to their Premier League rivals with their thumping victory at Stoke. Morata has now scored six goals in Premier League in six appearances since his arrival from Real Madrid in the summer. Speaking to the club’s official website after the match, he said: “It’s football.
Chinese vase sells for 10,000 times estimated price as auction involving amateur buyer gets way out of hand
Esteemed comedy director Mel Brooks has spoken about how "stupidly politically correct" sensibilities will eventually lead to the "death of comedy”. Brooks added how political correctness would almost certainly prevent Blazing Saddles — which famously starred Gene Wilder — from being made today.
Labour's Diane Abbott has backed plans for a two-year transitional period after the official Brexit date. The shadow home secretary said she was "content" with the proposal, revealed by Theresa May in a high-profile speech to woo EU negotiators in Florence. Ms Abbott added she was "glad" the Prime Minister had shunned resistance to the move from Foreign Secretary and arch Brexiteer Boris Johnson.
'Pristine' underwear belonging to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler have been sold at a US auction for £5,000. Embroidered with his initials and with a "surprisingly large" 39-inch waist, the pants were sold at Alexander Historical Auctions in Chesapeake City, Maryland to a private buyer for $6,737 (£4,991). Bill Panagopulos, who owns the auction house, said: "People tend to either buy fearsome Hitler memorabilia, or things that make him look like a buffoon, such as this.