- CelebrityYahoo Lifestyle
The Prince of Wales is said to be devastated over the Sussexes explosive Oprah interview. The Queen is said to have called crisis talks with the family.
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Meghan Markle’s interaction with fan during old interview resurfaces: ‘This is the kind of person she is’
A clip of Meghan Markle talking to one of her fans during a March 2016 taping of the BUILD Series is going viral.
- CelebrityThe Independent
Viewers called her ‘only one brave enough’ to mention disgraced royal family member
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Travel declaration form: everything you need to know Staycation prices a third higher in holiday hotspots this year I've been vaccinated – where can I go on holiday this summer? The countries already rolling out vaccine passports Sign up to the Telegraph Travel newsletter Cruises in UK waters will return on May 17, the maritime minister has informed a group of MPs. Speaking at a virtual meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Maritime and Group (APPMPG), Robert Courts said getting domestic voyages back in operation is being worked on by the Government. May 17 is the earliest that sailings between English ports could go ahead, according to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's roadmap out of lockdown. The move would restore confidence in the cruise industry, Mr Courts added, by demonstrating the robust Covid-secure protocols that have been put in place for both passengers and crew. Although the exact measures that passengers can expect to see are yet to be confirmed, a source told Telegraph Travel that they will likely follow closely to the 'roadmap' announced by trade bodies CLIA and the UK Chamber of Shipping last year, which was hailed as a "milestone". Following the meeting, a Department for Transport spokesman said: “We are committed to restarting cruise travel when it is safe to do so, and we are working closely with the sector to prepare for a safe and successful restart. The restart of domestic cruises in England will be aligned with the wider resumption of the domestic tourism and indoor hospitality sectors." The Foreign Office has advised against travel on cruise ships since March 2020. Although it was relaxed in June to allow for river cruises, sea-going voyages are still effectively banned. Scroll down for more on this story, and other breaking travel news.
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Chris Whitty has warned 'significant numbers' of people will still die from coronavirus later this year – even as millions are vaccinated.
- HealthBusiness Insider
A new lab study shows troubling signs that Pfizer's and Moderna's COVID-19 shots could be far less effective against the variant first found in South Africa
A mutation called E484K appeared to help the variant, first found in South Africa, to evade antibodies produced by the vaccines, the authors said.
Meghan Markle spoke to Oprah about life as a royal, among other things.