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The Royal Family attended the annual Remembrance Day service on Sunday, which was led by Prince Charles as he lay a wreath at the Cenotaph on behalf of the Queen. In previous years, Prince Philip has joined the pair, but in his absence, the Duchess of Cambridge stood next to them instead. The trio watched on from the balcony of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office building, while the Duchess of Sussex stood on a separate balcony to the trio, instead joined by the German president's wife Elke Büdenbender.News Evening Standard
Jamal Khashoggi said ‘I'm suffocating... Take this bag off my head' before he died: Final words of slain journalist revealed
The final known words of slain dissident jounalist Jamal Khashoggi were revealed today by a Turkish newspaper. Washington Post contributor Mr Khashoggi, a prominent critic of the Saudi authorities, was murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2. It came as Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with a special British envoy, Simon McDonald, to discuss the killing, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Monday.Style Hello!
Strictly Come Dancing star Ashley Roberts has been linked throughout the series to pro dancer Giovanni Pernice. Talking to The Sun's Fabulous magazine, the former Pussycat Dolls star said: "We've gone out for drinks. Last week, Giovanni was quizzed about his relationship with Ashley during an appearance on This Morning.News Yahoo Celebrity UK
The interviewee used some very unsuitable for breakfast language on Good Morning Britain.News HuffPost
Critics were stunned that President Donald Trump skipped a visit Saturday to
Jeremy Corbyn visits Leave voting seat Saltburn-by-the-Sea. Asked on if he could agree with Jo Johnson’s call for a new referendum, Corbyn said: “Not really, no. The referendum took place. The issue now has to be how we bring people together,".Style Hello!
Prince Harry has been honouring Remembrance Day this week for the first time since becoming Duke of Sussex, including a visit to the Field Of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey on Thursday. Harry laid a cross of remembrance and joined a two-minute silence to mark the 100th anniversary since the end of the First World War, before meeting ex-service men and women from across the Armed Forces and their families. One particularly sweet moment happened when Harry met a young boy who attended the service with an older family member.