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Pregnant Meghan absent as Prince Harry joins Queen and senior royals for Easter Sunday church service
The Queen celebrated her 93rd birthday with her family at the annual Easter Sunday service in Windsor today amid reports of upheaval in The Firm. Zara and Mike were joined by Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn.News The Telegraph
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The Queen was joined by members of the Royal Family as she attended the annual Easter Sunday service on her 93rd birthday at St George's Chapel in Windsor.The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were among the royals who joined Her Majesty.Kate, 37, wore a repeat dove grey Alexander McQueen coat with a matching hat - echoing a look she wore during her Australia tour in 2014. Husband William, 36, sported a navy suit with a patterned tie.They arrived with William's cousin Zara Tindall, 37, and husband Mike, 40. It's believed that the Cambridges spent the Easter break with their three children George, Charlotte and Louis at their Norfolk home Anmer Hall.Photos of the family and the Tindalls at the Burnham Market international horse trials emerged last weekend.【ギャラリー】Royals attend Easter service15The Duke of Sussex, 34, arrived with his cousin Peter Phillips, 41, and wife Autumn, 40.The Duchess of Sussex was absent from the service, as she's set to give birth to the couple's first child within the coming days.Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, Princess Beatrice and the Earl and Countess of Wessex were also among the royals who greeted the Queen as she arrived.Her Majesty stood out in a pastel blue ensemble with a fuchsia trimmed hat. The Duke of Edinburgh was not present for the service, as he retired from public duties in summer 2017.Harry and Meghan were among the social-media savvy royals to wish 'Granny' a happy birthday.The caption read: "Happy Birthday Your Majesty, Ma'am, Granny. Wishing you the most wonderful day! Harry & Meghan."William and Kate also shared a photo of them with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and the Queen from Trooping the Colour 2016 on their @KensingtonRoyal account.Their message said: "Wishing a very happy 93rd birthday to Her Majesty The Queen!"The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, who were not at the service, also posted a series of photos, new and old, on their Instagram account @ClarenceHouse.This article first appeared on YahooEntertainment People
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Diane Abbott has apologised for drinking on TfL, where alcohol consumption is banned. Photograph: Victoria Jones/PAThe shadow home secretary, Diane Abbott, has apologised after a photo was circulated showing her drinking a mojito on public transport in London.The Labour frontbencher said on Twitter: “A photo of me drinking from a can of M&S mojito on the Overground has been circulated. I’m sincerely sorry for drinking on TfL.”She sent the tweet after the photograph was published in the Sun, and she received widespread support, with many people saying she should not have to apologise.The therapist and writer Philippa Perry said: “Oh mate. We’ve all done it. Anyway thanks for travelling on the tube like most people have to do.” While the Labour MP David Lammy said: “Jah Rastafari! Why was the rum not Jamaican?”A mental health campaigner, Sam Thomas, said: “Why should you be sorry? We are all free to the freedom of choice. If you choose to drink on the underground, it’s fine. Meanwhile, for the serious crime that it isn’t, far worse atrocities are being committed.”One person wrote: “I’ve never felt more represented,” while another said: “Babe, live your life”.The Sun reported that Abbott was “slammed” for drinking alcohol on the tube, which is illegal. It reported that one commuter saw Abbott drinking at 1pm, keeping her head down and staring at her mobile phone.Rules introduced in 2008 state that drinking is not allowed on buses or tubes run by Transport for London. The Conservative MP Boris Johnson was responsible for bringing in the ban when he was mayor.At the time, Johnson said: “I firmly believe that banning the drinking of alcohol on London’s public transport will create a better travelling environment for all Londoners.”Style The Independent
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