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Prince William slammed for his 'refusal' to wear a kilt alongside Charles in Scotland - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Scotland - county Charles
dailyrecord.co.uk
03.08.2023

Prince William slammed for his 'refusal' to wear a kilt alongside Charles in Scotland

With the royal family's annual summer break to the Balmoral Estate in Scotland being just days away, it's likely we will see the King and the Duke of Edinburgh in their traditional Highland dress as they attend cultural events such as the Braemar Gathering.

Inside Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's 6th wedding anniversary celebrations – 'madly romantic idea' and 'symbolic gift' - www.ok.co.uk - California - George - Victoria
ok.co.uk
19.05.2024

Inside Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's 6th wedding anniversary celebrations – 'madly romantic idea' and 'symbolic gift'

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to celebrate their sixth anniversary of marriage on Sunday, 19 May, and the pair look more loved-up than ever of late. The pair first met on a blind date in 2016, with a smitten Harry popping the question a year later, in 2017.

Cute role King Charles played in Zara Tindall's life as royal turns 43 - www.ok.co.uk - Greece
ok.co.uk
15.05.2024

Cute role King Charles played in Zara Tindall's life as royal turns 43

Zara Tindall is an incredibly popular member of the Royal Family who is never afraid to show the close bond she shares with her relatives. As Princess Anne's daughter celebrates her 43rd birthday today (Wednesday, 15 May), there is one family relationship that is especially important - and it began during Zara's earliest days. Zara was born at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington on 15 May, 1981 and was Queen Elizabeth II's first granddaughter.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Nigeria tour bombshells - from Royal Family anger to heartbreak - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - Nigeria - county Charles - Montgomery
dailyrecord.co.uk
13.05.2024

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Nigeria tour bombshells - from Royal Family anger to heartbreak

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been spending time in Nigeria on what has been dubbed a "mini royal tour", but some parts of the trip have raised eyebrows.

Prince William more 'relaxed' over Kate's cancer recovery as key move shows she's 'feeling stronger every day' - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - Nigeria
ok.co.uk
11.05.2024

Prince William more 'relaxed' over Kate's cancer recovery as key move shows she's 'feeling stronger every day'

The Prince of Wales marked a milestone this week as he travelled the furthest away from his family since the Princess of Wales revealed her cancer diagnosis to carry out two days of official engagements.This decision, a leading royal expert told OK!, is a positive sign as it suggests that Kate is "feeling stronger every day". Prince William was in Cornwall in his role as the head of the Duchy of Cornwall and focused on raising the plight of homelessness with visits to the Nansledan Estate.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Nigeria trip is 'awkward' for Royal Family – 'King Charles and William not pleased' - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - Nigeria - county Charles
ok.co.uk
11.05.2024

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Nigeria trip is 'awkward' for Royal Family – 'King Charles and William not pleased'

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's three-day trip to Nigeria began on Thursday, May 9 and saw them meet military officials, speak about mental health and promote the Invictus Games. While the pair stepped back from their senior royal roles in 2020, their visit to the west African nation was dubbed a 'mini royal tour' – a reference which a leading royal expert points out will not have "pleased" King Charles or the Prince of Wales.

Prince William and Kate Middleton have 'frightening fight' and 'won't deal with Harry' - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - USA
dailyrecord.co.uk
09.05.2024

Prince William and Kate Middleton have 'frightening fight' and 'won't deal with Harry'

Prince William and Kate Middleton are reportedly too preoccupied to address the ongoing issues with Prince Harry, according to a royal expert. The Prince and Princess of Wales lack the "will or the strength" to tackle what's been dubbed 'the Prince Harry problem', as the Duke of Sussex makes his anticipated return to the UK.

'Prince Harry's relationship with King Charles is now terminally damaged as he fails to meet dad during flying UK visit' - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - California
ok.co.uk
07.05.2024

'Prince Harry's relationship with King Charles is now terminally damaged as he fails to meet dad during flying UK visit'

Prince Harry has returned to the UK for a special Invictus Games event, while his wife Meghan Markle remains in California with their two young children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.The Duke of Sussex touched down in the UK on Tuesday, May 7 and many wondered if he would see his father, King Charles during his flying visit. But it seems a family reunion is not on the cards this time, as a spokesperson for Harry confirmed he would not be seeing his father during his time in the UK.

'Zara has no airs or graces - she makes the royals more relatable' - www.ok.co.uk - Centre - city London, county Centre
ok.co.uk
06.05.2024

'Zara has no airs or graces - she makes the royals more relatable'

In a heartwarming display of familial affection, King Charles III and Zara Tindall shared a warm embrace at the Royal Windsor Horse Show. The touching moment captured the genuine bond between uncle and niece as they greeted each other with open arms on the third day of the prestigious event held at Windsor Castle in England. Royal expert Jennie Bond weighed in on the encounter, noting the authenticity and warmth of the embrace.

'Harry is not a bad person - but he's no one else to blame for royal rift' - www.ok.co.uk - Britain
ok.co.uk
06.05.2024

'Harry is not a bad person - but he's no one else to blame for royal rift'

The Duke of Sussex will be making his return to the UK on Wednesday, 8 May to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the Invictus Games - the multi-sport event which celebrates wounded servicemen and women. While very little is known about Prince Harry's return and the service he will attend at St Paul's Cathedral on 8 May, it has been reported that part of the visit will be made up of a reunion between King Charles and his estranged son.This reunion, former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond points out, will put everything into perspective for Harry amid an incredibly difficult time for the Royal Family.

King 'annoyed and frustrated' but one thing makes him 'happiest man alive' - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
06.05.2024

King 'annoyed and frustrated' but one thing makes him 'happiest man alive'

One year ago on 6 May, 2023 King Charles was crowned in a glittering and spectacular ceremony at Westminster Abbey alongside Queen Camilla. While the year that has followed has thrown up a series of challenges with cancer diagnoses for both the monarch and the Princess of Wales, there is much to celebrate on the one year anniversary as doctors have expressed their optimism about the King getting back to work. As for how today may be marked, a leading royal expert has opened up on how King Charles may feel and the one thing that has kept him afloat during these difficult few months.

Prince Archie turns 5! Special gifts, phone call to grandpa Charles and party in the sunshine with Doria - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - London - California - county King And Queen - city Portland - county King George
ok.co.uk
06.05.2024

Prince Archie turns 5! Special gifts, phone call to grandpa Charles and party in the sunshine with Doria

He may be sixth in line to the British throne, but Prince Archie's upbringing in Montecito, California is world's away from the centuries of Kings and Queens he descends from. Today, as Archie turns five, just how might the young royal be celebrating? "I wish we knew more about little Archie", former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond tells OK!.

Kate's illness put Harry's 'utterly trivial' and 'pathetic' issues into context, says royal expert - www.ok.co.uk - Britain
ok.co.uk
06.05.2024

Kate's illness put Harry's 'utterly trivial' and 'pathetic' issues into context, says royal expert

With Prince Harry set to return to the UK alone on Tuesday, he is expected to spend a period of time with his father, King Charles, but not see his brother, the Prince of Wales, as "now is not the time". While Harry's return to mark the 10 year anniversary of the Invictus Games is a celebration, a leading royal expert has pointed out why the current situation the Royal Family faces will have put Harry's "perceived grievances" into perspective. Former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond told OK!: "I’m certain Harry will see his father during his stay.

Inside Prince Archie's 5th birthday: From phone call to grandpa Charles, party with Doria and presents - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - London - California - city Portland
ok.co.uk
06.05.2024

Inside Prince Archie's 5th birthday: From phone call to grandpa Charles, party with Doria and presents

Even though he was born in at the Portland Hospital in London, Prince Archie has spent very little time in the UK and is being raised in Montecito, California. Despite this, Archie remains sixth in line to the throne and is officially known as Prince Archie of Sussex. As he celebrates his fifth birthday on Monday, 6 May, just how might the young royal mark his special day? "I wish we knew more about little Archie", former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond tells OK!.

Jennie Bond's proudest career moment - and it has nothing to do with the royals - www.ok.co.uk - Angola
ok.co.uk
06.05.2024

Jennie Bond's proudest career moment - and it has nothing to do with the royals

Throughout her storied career as the BBC's royal correspondent, Jennie Bond had some incredible encounters and experienced some of the monarchy's biggest moments first-hand. Jennie's time in the role lasted from 1989 to 2003 and saw her cover perhaps the most turbulent period of recent royal history - from marriage breakdowns to infamous interviews and from a devastating fire to deaths that rocked the world.

'I've spent 35 years watching the royals - I tried to make the Queen laugh but got it really wrong' Jennie Bond on icy stares, Charles' karaoke complaint, and the moment Diana made a 'real change' - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
06.05.2024

'I've spent 35 years watching the royals - I tried to make the Queen laugh but got it really wrong' Jennie Bond on icy stares, Charles' karaoke complaint, and the moment Diana made a 'real change'

From joking with the late Queen about a horse who blew raspberries to being told by Diana, Princess of Wales not to wear yellow because it “doesn’t suit her”, Jennie Bond has spent a lifetime in close proximity to the Crown so it's little wonder that the former BBC royal correspondent has an enviable number of stories to tell. But behind her tales of a career up close and personal with the monarchy - “I remember being laughed at by The King for stumbling around a muddy field in white stilettos.

Duchess Sophie 'prepared to take risks' as she sets out to 'make a difference' in Royal Family - www.ok.co.uk - Ukraine - Russia - Sierra Leone - Kosovo - city Baghdad - county Prince Edward - Congo - Sudan
ok.co.uk
05.05.2024

Duchess Sophie 'prepared to take risks' as she sets out to 'make a difference' in Royal Family

The Duchess of Edinburgh recently became the first member of the Royal Family to visit Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion. It was a historic visit, which former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond points out, is the latest in a long list of high profile trips to war-torn or otherwise troubled areas of the world. "She is a woman of conviction.This is a cause about which she cares deeply...

Fears Prince Archie will 'hardly know or meet' Royal Family - as Meghan keeps family away from UK - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - London - California - Nigeria
ok.co.uk
03.05.2024

Fears Prince Archie will 'hardly know or meet' Royal Family - as Meghan keeps family away from UK

Even though he was born in London, Prince Archie has spent very little time in the UK and is being raised, alongside his younger sister Princess Lilibet, in Montecito, California. Despite this, Archie remains sixth in line to the throne and is officially titled as Prince Archie of Sussex.

Late Queen's 'humiliating' TV appearance that was 'biggest c***-up' in royal history - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - county Prince Edward
dailyrecord.co.uk
02.05.2024

Late Queen's 'humiliating' TV appearance that was 'biggest c***-up' in royal history

A decision made by the late Queen is considered one of the most unexpected and peculiar moments in recent Royal history.

'Magical day' for Princess Charlotte will bring 'much needed distraction' for Kate and William - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
02.05.2024

'Magical day' for Princess Charlotte will bring 'much needed distraction' for Kate and William

She has been born into an extraordinary world of wealth and privilege and, as the granddaughter of the current King and daughter of the next, has a lifetime of public duty ahead of her. For the moment though, Princess Charlotte will be just like every other little girl, looking forward to her birthday and the host of treats it might bring.

Prince Harry's dilemma 'that won't go away' - as Meghan 'has no desire' to return to UK - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - Nigeria
ok.co.uk
01.05.2024

Prince Harry's dilemma 'that won't go away' - as Meghan 'has no desire' to return to UK

The Duke of Sussex is set to return to the UK next week to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the Invictus Games. However, the Duchess of Sussex is not expected to be by his side but will instead accompany him to Nigeria to "discover her roots".

'Sensitive' King Charles' deliberate move to prove he's ready to return to work - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
01.05.2024

'Sensitive' King Charles' deliberate move to prove he's ready to return to work

The King made a triumphant return to the public stage on Tuesday, 30 April as he visited the University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre alongside Queen Camilla.This return saw the King warmly talk to and hold hands with many cancer patients, while also speaking with experts at the centre.The monarch was praised by many for the high-spirited way he has tackled his diagnosis with former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond telling OK!: "It was the perfect place to return. I think the King looked very well as he arrived at the hospital. "He deliberately lingered at the entrance making sure the cameras and the public got a good view of him.

King Charles waves to royal fans as he makes return to public duties with Camilla by his side - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - Japan
ok.co.uk
30.04.2024

King Charles waves to royal fans as he makes return to public duties with Camilla by his side

King Charles has returned to public duties for the first time since revealing his shock cancer diagnosis.The monarch has been undergoing treatment after publicly sharing the news of his health battle on 6 February. The King, 75, visited a cancer treatment centre on Tuesday, 30 April, alongside his wife Queen Camilla, 76.The monarch met with patients and medical specialists, as patron of Cancer Research UK and Macmillan Cancer Support. He was seen waving and smiling at royal fans who had waited patiently to catch a glimpse of the monarch as he returned to public duties.The visit marked the first of Charles' upcoming public-facing engagements.

King Charles' true feelings about return to public duties from 'ashen faced' expression to 'heartwarming' moment - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - London - Japan
ok.co.uk
30.04.2024

King Charles' true feelings about return to public duties from 'ashen faced' expression to 'heartwarming' moment

The King made his much-anticipated return to the public stage on Tuesday, 30 April as he and Queen Camilla visited the Macmillan Cancer Centre at University College Hospital in London. After a long period of recovery and recuperation, the King looked happy and relieved to be back to work and doing what he does best and meeting members of the public and learning about the work the researchers do.

Charles' return to public duties 'will have inspired Kate - he is very proud of her' - www.ok.co.uk - county King And Queen
ok.co.uk
29.04.2024

Charles' return to public duties 'will have inspired Kate - he is very proud of her'

The day King Charles has waited for has finally arrived and he is returning to public duties after a period of treatment and recuperation following his cancer diagnosis.The progress comes as a major boost for the monarch, 75, who shared the news of his health battle on 6 February and was forced to put aside his immense work ethic and follow doctor’s orders. Sources stressed that despite the announcement, the King still has cancer and will continue to be treated for the undisclosed form of the disease.

Prince William's heartfelt promise to Kate as they celebrate their 13th wedding anniversary - www.ok.co.uk - Scotland - county Andrews
ok.co.uk
29.04.2024

Prince William's heartfelt promise to Kate as they celebrate their 13th wedding anniversary

Their love story began more than two decades ago as young students on the cobblestoned streets at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. Now, as the Prince and Princess of Wales celebrate their 13th wedding anniversary, the poignancy of the marital landmark will surely not be lost as the princess continues her treatment for cancer.

'Robust' King Charles eager to show public he's 'focused' on quick cancer recovery as he returns to work - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
26.04.2024

'Robust' King Charles eager to show public he's 'focused' on quick cancer recovery as he returns to work

Following the uplifting news that King Charles is set to return to public-facing duties in the coming days and weeks, a leading royal expert has praised the way the monarch has been "determined to brush aside adversity" and get back to work. Former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond exclusively told OK!: "A positive outlook is said to be a real boost to anyone undergoing cancer treatment and, from what we know, King Charles has been focused from the start on getting through this as quickly as possible and getting back to normal." Jennie's comments come after a Buckingham Palace spokesperson said: "His Majesty’s medical team are very encouraged by the progress made so far and remain positive about the King’s continued recovery.” On the progress the King has made, Jennie added: “His healthy regime, diet and love of exercise must all have helped him with his recovery.

Kate Middleton and Prince William's 'relief' over King Charles return - www.ok.co.uk - county King And Queen
ok.co.uk
26.04.2024

Kate Middleton and Prince William's 'relief' over King Charles return

The news that King Charles is returning to public-facing official duties in the near future will not only be a boost for him and Queen Camilla, but also for other key senior royals such as The Prince and Princess of Wales. After an emotionally challenging few months which has seen the number of working members of the family stretched thinly, a top royal commentator has reflected on why this uplifting news will also be a relief for Prince William and Kate.

Prince Harry in 'tight corner' as royal expert says 'only three conclusions' to visa row - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - USA
dailyrecord.co.uk
23.04.2024

Prince Harry in 'tight corner' as royal expert says 'only three conclusions' to visa row

Prince Harry is in a "tricky situation" as a result of his US visa application, according to royal commentator Jennie Bond. She believes there are "only three possible conclusions" to the controversy.

Prince Harry in 'very tricky situation – has he lied or is he getting special treatment? It’s embarrassing’ - www.ok.co.uk - USA - California - county Sussex
ok.co.uk
21.04.2024

Prince Harry in 'very tricky situation – has he lied or is he getting special treatment? It’s embarrassing’

Prince Harry has found himself in a ‘sticky situation’ after royal expert Jennie Bond claims he may have ‘lied’ on his US visa application. Jennie exclusively told OK! how Harry’s potential US visa case could lead to an “embarrassing outcome” for the Prince.

Kate Middleton ‘vulnerable’ and Prince William ‘cautious’ as he goes back to work with careful plan to protect her - www.ok.co.uk - Charlotte
ok.co.uk
18.04.2024

Kate Middleton ‘vulnerable’ and Prince William ‘cautious’ as he goes back to work with careful plan to protect her

Prince William will be returning to his public Royal duties "cautiously" as he leaves Kate Middleton for the first time since she revealed her cancer diagnosis. On Thursday, April 18, the Prince of Wales, 41, is scheduled to visit Surplus to Supper, a surplus food distribution charity in Surrey, where he will contribute in the kitchen and assist with loading prepared meals into delivery vans.

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