Buckingham Palace is considering whether it should take action after the King and Princess of Wales were named in the Dutch version of a new book as senior royals who questioned what skin colour Prince Archie would have. The writer said an investigation had been launched into how the names were included in the translated version of Endgame, which Dutch publisher, Xander Uitgevers, said had been pulled from shelves in the Netherlands due to an "error".
“It’s a historic day here in the jungle – nobody has walked out for 24 hours!” Gallows humour from Ant and Dec this week as they introduced an episode of the increasingly beleaguered I’m a Celebrity… Get Me out of Here!
In 2016 an audio recording came to light in which David Bowie mimics other male singers. Horsing around in an outtake during a soundtrack session for Absolute Beginners in 1985, he renders the same verse in different voices: Bruce Springsteen, Marc Bolan, Tom Waits, Lou Reed, Iggy Pop. But in one take, singing in a declamatory holler tinged with Cockney vowels, he seems to impersonate himself. But no, the voice he’s doing belongs to Tony Newley.
Jane Barlow/Pool via ReutersThe royal family is “united in outrage,” the Mirror reported, after King Charles and Kate Middleton were identified as the alleged “royal racists” who had raised “concerns” over the then-unborn Prince Archie’s skin color. The Mirror said “well placed sources” said the royal family was “banded together in their utter condemnation” of any suggestion that any royal family member would use racist language. A source told the Mirror there was “an unequivocal denial that any