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A woman is stirring controversy after calling out her husband’s supposedly “shocking” life decision.
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Prince Harry‘s childhood friend Tom “Skippy” Inskip expressed reservations about Meghan Markle before the couple became engaged, it has been claimed. According to the forthcoming biography of the Royal couple Mr Inskip - known to friends as Skippy - advised Harry and Meghan to live together before “doing anything more serious”. A source close to Duke and Duchess of Sussex told the authors of Finding Freedom, which is being published on Tuesday, that although his advice “came from a good place”, Prince Harry “didn’t totally see it that way”. The source, who is understood to have spoken to the authors with the permission of the Duke and Duchess, added, “It really hurt him that someone he was so close to would not trust his judgment.” It has been previously revealed that Harry’s brother, Prince William, also advised him to slow down, leading to reports of a deep rift between the two.
The release of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's collaborative single "WAP" on Friday brought with it an equally vivacious music video, which has since sat at the top of YouTube's trending page. The video features a slew of famous guests: Normani, Rosalía, Mulatto, Sukihana, Rubi Rose and Kylie Jenner, who makes a dramatic 20-second […]
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Nicola Sturgeon spent much of July telling anyone who would listen that the prevalence of coronavirus in England was “five times” higher than in Scotland. The figure was deployed to justify her refusal to rule out effectively closing the border by imposing quarantine on travellers from England, and her highly controversial move to set her a Scotland-only policy on air bridges, which airports warned put livelihoods at risk. The day after she first made the claim, masked nationalists in hazmat suits descended on the border near Berwick-upon-Tweed, shouting abuse at English “plague carriers”.