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  • The Queen Forced Prince Harry to Make a Heartbreaking Choice About What to Do with His Life

    Before he dedicated himself to the life of a working royal, Prince Harry spent a decade in the military. In 2015, when Queen Elizabeth started to delegate more and more royal duties to younger generations of royals, Harry was forced to choose between his military career and his royal life. Prince Harry is just one of the senior-ranking royals who had to choose between the life of a working royal and, well, the life he wanted for a long time.

  • Has Boris Johnson destroyed his premiership before it has even begun?

    Boris Johnson began his leadership campaign by making a promise he cannot deliver. “We will leave the EU on 31 October, deal or no deal,” he said yesterday. The Conservatives with the DUP have a majority in the House of Commons of five, assuming Peterborough stays in opposition hands after the by-election the week after next.

  • The three big lies we were told that led to Brexit, the most damaging lie of all

    In 1999, the EU elections were dominated by Labour and the Conservatives, with Ukip getting little more than 6 per cent of the vote. It was the second year of a Labour government that would bring us a decade of economic and political stability - until the global financial crisis. Recent opinion polls give the Brexit party over 30 per cent of the vote for the European elections, a party with no members and Nigel Farage being the only recognisable person in it.

  • Keeley Hawes ‘didn’t stop laughing’ with Richard Madden in Bodyguard sex scenes

    Keeley Hawes has said the secret to her steamy sex scenes with Richard Madden in Bodyguard was that they “didn't stop laughing”. The actress played stern home secretary Julia Montague in the hit BBC One drama opposite Madden as her troubled bodyguard, David Budd. Hawes, 43, said she grew to trust her co-star for the number of “very odd” scenes they had to film together in the Jed Mercurio-penned series, and that they bonded over their lack of confidence.

  • Kate Middleton Wore Her Hair in a 'Game of Thrones'-Inspired Braid This Week

    Several members of the royal family stepped out for the press day for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show this week. One of Kate Middleton's looks at the event reminded several fans of the gorgeous braids from HBO's Game of Thrones, which ended its eight-season run last Sunday, the night before Kate stepped out wearing the hairstyle. Kate's hair was done in a half-up, half-down braided style that royal reporter Emily Andrews captured and shared to Twitter.

  • Scarily realistic giant cat sells snacks in Japan

    Customers queueing up recently to buy baked sweet potatoes in Japan got a shock when they found themselves being served by a giant cat. The super-realistic massive feline was dishing out the hot snacks from a truck in the city of Tottori on May 4.

  • Lewis Hamilton holds off Max Verstappen to win Monaco Grand Prix and extend championship lead

    Drained by tension, and drenched from his plunge into the portside swimming pool, Lewis Hamilton believed he had conjured a Monaco miracle. To win for a third time on these streets, having toiled for 66 laps on fast-shredding rubber, while still fending off the attacks of a swarming Max Verstappen? Having worn a helmet designed in Niki Lauda's signature colours, Hamilton claimed to have been possessed here in Monte Carlo by the late Austrian's spirit.