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Harry and Meghan expecting baby girl Meghan: 'I didn't want to be alive anymre' Couple secretly married three days before Royal wedding 'Kate made me cry' says Duchess of Sussex Royal family discussed Archie's skin colour Camilla Tominey lifts the lid on the inside story of the rift Harry and Meghan will regret this interview The Duchess of Sussex revealed she contemplated suicide while she was a senior member of the Royal family and was dissuaded from seeking help by palace officials. In the blockbuster television interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Duchess said she reached the point where"I just didn't want to be alive anymore", citing negative press coverage and a lack of support from the institution. The Duchess was later joined by her husband for the two-hour interview and the couple revealed they are expecting a girl in the summer. The interview, being broadcast in the US on CBS, will be shown in the UK at 9pm on Monday on ITV. But we are bringing you the latest on it here now in our live blog.
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A Trump appointee who was arrested after participating in the Capitol riot asked a judge if he could be transferred to a cell with no cockroaches
Federico Klein is believed to the first Trump appointee arrested in connection with the Capitol riot.
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Astonishing new, nearby super-Earth found: ‘This is the kind of planet we’ve been dreaming about for decades’
Scientists have found a new super-Earth, relatively nearby – and it is the kind of planet they say they have been dreaming of for years. The world could be the perfect place to better understand how atmospheres exist on rocky planets like our own that are outside the solar system, researchers say. The new world is called Gliese 486b and is referred to as a super-Earth because it is solid and rocky like our own world, but much bigger.
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Where do Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's finances stand following their split from the royal family?
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People from England who enter "a port of departure to travel internationally" without the completed three-page form stating their personal details, passport number, destination and intention to leave the country, from 8 March, will be "committing a criminal offence."
Austrian authorities have suspended inoculations with a batch of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine as a precaution while investigating the death of one person and the illness of another after the shots, a health agency said on Sunday. "The Federal Office for Safety in Health Care (BASG) has received two reports in a temporal connection with a vaccination from the same batch of the AstraZeneca vaccine in the district clinic of Zwettl" in Lower Austria province, it said.
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The Royal family will assume the brace position as it awaits a stream of damaging revelations by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in their Oprah Winfrey interview. The slickly produced, dramatic teasers quashed any lingering hopes that the couple might stick to more mundane and diplomatic subject matters. Instead, they will tell “their truth”, lifting the lid on life behind palace walls in a manner no member of the family has done for decades. The couple intend the interview to draw a line under their grievances and mark the end of that chapter of their lives, allowing them to finally look to the future. But in reality, the issues that they raise, the allegations they make, are expected to be explosive, with potentially serious and long-term implications for the monarchy.