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Prince Harry caught sneaking some samosas

Prince Harry caught sneaking some samosas

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Prince Harry caught sneaking some samosas Prince Harry was caught samosa-handed as he was leaving his wife Meghan's charity cookbook event today. The Duchess of Sussex hosted the celebratory event at Kensington Palace to mark the launch of 'Together', a cookbook celebrating the power of cooking to strengthen communities and bring people together. Report by Moheddine Ben-Aribia. Click Here to Watch 
Meghan Markle describes Grenfell cookbook as a ‘labour of love’ in speech

Meghan Markle describes Grenfell cookbook as a ‘labour of love’ in speech

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Meghan Markle describes Grenfell cookbook as a 'labour of love' in speech The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan, hosted an event to mark the launch of 'Together', a cookbook which showcases recipes from some of those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. In her speech, Meghan described working on the book as a 'tremendous labour of love.' Click Here to Watch
Kate just ‘rummaged’ through the Queen’s jewelry box for their church outing in Scotland

Kate just ‘rummaged’ through the Queen’s jewelry box for their church outing in Scotland

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Kate just 'rummaged' through the Queen's jewelry box for their church outing in Scotland On Sunday, the Duchess of Cambridge headed to the Crathie Church in Scotland alongside Queen Elizabeth, wearing a rather unseasonable tweed jacket by Catherine Walker and a black hat. But it was her jewels - the Bahrain Pearl Drop Earrings, which belong to the queen - that stole the show. As People first pointed out, this isn't the first time Kate has rocked the earrings. She also sported the sparklers on Remembrance Day back in 2016. A little history of the earrings: The queen was gifted the drop earrings as wedding gift way back in 1947 by the ruler of Bahrain. She's worn them a few times over the years, most recently at Remembrance Day in 2015, but as was revealed in the documentary, The Coronation...
The Queen couldn’t stop laughing as she’s flanked by Charles and Anne for Highland Games

The Queen couldn’t stop laughing as she’s flanked by Charles and Anne for Highland Games

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The Queen couldn't stop laughing as she's flanked by Charles and Anne for Highland Games The Queen beams with joy in elegant teal as she's flanked by Prince Charles and Princess Anne for Highland Games - just a hammer's throw from Balmoral. It was a royal family outing for Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Princess Anne on Saturday, as the Monarch and her adult children attended the Braemar Royal Highland Gathering and opened a project close to her son’s heart. The Queen accompanied by Charles and Anne headed to a special exhibition celebrating something they hold dear: The heritage and traditional games of the Scottish Highlands. The trio were photographed sharing a joke as they sat down together for the event at the Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park in Braemar, Aberdeen