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Moment Prince Harry hugs Australian teen and breaks royal protocol: 'You're going to get me into trouble!'
A young woman wept tears of joy when Prince Harry broke royal protocol to give her a hug during his visit to Melbourne. India Brown, 19, was overcome with emotion when the Duke of Sussex embraced her after she had waited hours to greet him and Meghan during their tour of Australia. Brandishing a sign saying, 'Been here since 4am, loved you since I was 8', she was part of a crowd of nearly 5,000 fans who had queued up at Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens.News Hello!
Strictly Come Dancing stars Seann Walsh and Katya Jones were spotted leaving rehearsals on Wednesday, and they were carrying two items which might give something away about their next dance on Saturday. The pair - who will be performing the Quickstep to Jake Bugg's Lightning Bolt on the live show - had two guitars with them! Seann carried the pink and red instruments before putting them in the boot of the car. Does this mean that Katya and Seann are going to play some guitar for the audience as part of their performance?Lifestyle Elle
This is a surprise move for a royal.News Evening Standard
A car which was driven into oncoming traffic on the M40 leaving three people dead had been involved in a crash days earlier, police have revealed. The Subaru Forester pulled a caravan the wrong way along the northbound carriageway of the motorway in south Oxfordshire, hitting a Ford Mondeo and a Ford Focus. The crash killed the Subaru driver and passenger, both in their 80s, and the Mondeo driver, who has been named as 32-year-old Stuart Richards.News Hello!
Louise Redknapp looked sensational on Tuesday evening at the ITV Palooza event at the Royal Festival Hall in London. The star wore a seriously chic outfit to the star-studded party, which celebrated the channel's shows. Louise always looks fabulous and her latest outfit was super-flattering - a fitted black silk tux-style jumpsuit with a lace bra underneath.Sports motor1
The FIA has given the all-clear to Mercedes' clever new wheel hub and rims, in the wake of a clarification request from Ferrari.
The latest winners of the ‘Wildlife Photographer of the Year’ have been revealed - and they’re as impressive as ever. Now in its 55th year, the competition showcases the world’s best nature photography, and is run by the Natural History Museum. The 2018 contest attracted more than 45,000 entries from photographers across 95 countries. Here are 14 of the most spectacular winning entries.