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An eagle-eyed royal watcher said she saw The Duchess of Cambridge enjoying a stroll near Kensington Palace this week. The journalist and fan posted a tweet on Friday revealing that she had been enjoying afternoon tea at luxurious dining spot Kensington Palace Pavilion the previous day when she spotted the Duchess - and she had a couple of other royals in tow! Not only was she with her youngest child, Prince Louis, 19 months, but they were joined by the family's beloved dog Lupo, an English Cocker Spaniel who kept Kate company while Prince William was away in the Falkland Islands earlier in their relationship.The Duchess spent time with families helped by charity Family Action this weekThe tweet read: "Was treated to afternoon tea at Kensington Palace Pavilion by the bestie yesterday. Midway through, my beady journo eye spotted Kate Middleton, baby Louis and their dog Lupo heading out for a lunchtime stroll in the park. Didn’t take pics but Prince Louis is so cute." Her followers were overwhelmingly glad that she hadn't taken photographs of the royals, commenting: "Wow that’s awesome," "I love that you didn’t take a picture. Good on you! That’s a true fan," and: "Thanks for this nice info, and appreciate you giving them their “alone” time this time by not taking pictures. You’re a great gal!"MORE: Best highlights from Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal tour of Pakistan - watch videoThe mother-of-three clearly loves spending time with childrenOne follower did express their envy at missing out on a glimpse of Prince Louis, however, to which the journalist gave a little insight into how he looked, responding: "He's getting so big!" Kate spoke fondly about her youngest son herself on Wednesday when she visited families who had been supported by charity Family Action, of which she is the new royal patron. While talking to a group of children, the Duchess began laughing at a young boy who tried to get her attention by waving his hand in the air and shouting, "Me, me." Kate told him: "You remind me of my little Louis, he keeps saying 'Me, me, me,' and he wants to come everywhere with me."RELATED: Royal Style Watch: this week's best outfits from Kate Middleton, Queen Letizia and more regal ladiesMake sure you never miss a ROYAL story! Sign up to our newsletter to get all of our celebrity, royal and lifestyle news delivered directly to your inbox.
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During an interview with Nigel Farage, Andrew Neil managed to destroy Boris Johnson - who wasn't even there
Andrew Neil is the Liverpool FC of British journalism - he never loses a match. Boris Johnson’s so scared of him that he won’t even turn up to the studio, despite Neil’s “martini” offer - to meet the prime minister anytime, any place, anywhere.
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Boris Johnson has been accused of thinking he is “above accountability” after refusing to attend his own constituency hustings - despite locals rearranging the event to make it easier for him to be held up to public scrutiny.The prime minister has faced criticism for declining interviews from both the BBC’s Andrew Neil and ITV’s Julie Etchingham after Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn featured on the programmes of both.
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Caitlyn Jenner stuns I'm a Celebrity fans after revealing Robert Kardashian knew truth about OJ Simpson
Caitlyn Jenner has left fans gobsmacked after telling her fellow I'm a Celebrity campmates that Robert Kardashian knew the truth about OJ Simpson's infamous murder trial. Speaking to Jacqueline Jossa and Kate Garraway, the former athlete revealed that not only did she believe that Robert knew the truth about Nicole Simpson's fate, but that she and ex-wife Kris Jenner had spent time with Nicole just days before the model was discovered dead.After Kate asked: "It was the first time that anybody saw anything like it, you were at the heart of it weren’t you?" The 70-year-old star explained: "I saw Nicole two days before she was murdered. It was Kris’ best friend, we were right in the middle of it. [Kris'] ex-husband Robert - OJ was the best man at their wedding. It was a bad time for everybody, very difficult. We knew what happened and this trial was a joke and when the verdict came down Kris just turned around to me and goes: 'We should have listened to Nicole from the beginning, she was right.'"Caitlyn has spoken about the Kardashians during her time in the jungle Caitlyn also opened up about her stepdaughters' reactions, saying that when Kim and Kourtney Kardashian returned home from school on the day that the trial reached a verdict, Kourtney seemed glad that OJ had been found innocent. The Olympian added: "That night the verdict came in Kourtney and Kimberly were in school and obviously they loved their father - and they should - and they’d been following this for a year and a half.MORE: I'm a Celebrity's Caitlyn Jenner reveals how much money Kylie spends on security a monthCaitlyn and the Kardashian clan MORE: Caitlyn Jenner talks about her children and why she doesn't see them much"And when they walked in the door, I think it was Kourtney who said: 'Well I told you he didn’t do it.' And I just said to the girls: 'Just because he got a not guilty didn’t mean he didn’t do it and I don’t want his name ever mentioned in this house again.'" It was then that Jacqueline asked Caitlyn whether Robert knew the truth about Nicole's fate, to which the father of Kendall and Kylie Jenner replied: "I mean… there's no way he didn't know."Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.
Crowds gathered in London's Trafalgar Square to witness the annual switch-on of the Christmas tree's lights on Thursday evening (December 5). Norway has gifted Trafalgar Square a Christmas tree every year since 1947. This year's has been widely criticised for its appearance, with it being dubbed "sad", "drab", and the "most anaemic tree possible". Others have said "it's the thought that counts" and "you don't deride a present". The Lord Mayor of Westminster Ruth Bush, who helped saw down the tree in Norway, can be heard in this footage defending it, "it is not weak, it is not sparse, it is a Norwegian spruce and that's what it looks like - so you're going to have to adjust your mind, doubters, because this is a beautiful tree"
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A man seen attempting to subdue London Bridge attacker Usman Khan with a fire extinguisher was a convicted killer who was mentored by one of the victims, it is reported.