New details are coming to light regarding Meghan and Harry's shocking decision to break from the royal family earlier this month.
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Canadians petition for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to pay security costs: 'Part of giving up royal life is paying their own bills'
Thousands of Canadians have signed a petition demanding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle pay for their own security costs, amid mounting concern the country could be saddled with a bill costing millions of dollars.Since the couple announced they were giving up formal royal duties and public money, they have been holed up in a $20m private mansion on a secluded cove on Canada’s Victoria Island.
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Lisa Faulkner and John Torode's honeymoon took a disastrous turn when their mystery tropical location was hit with torrential rain. But by Thursday, the couple were smiling again as the sun shone on their island paradise - and to celebrate, Lisa was quick to get back into her bikini. The cook looked incredible as she displayed her slim physique in a tiny black two-piece while sipping on some fresh coconut water. Sharing the image on Instagram, Lisa wrote: "Nothing like fresh coconut water!! After torrential rain for the last few days the sun has come out. Happy Thursday."Lisa wore her trusty Marks and Spencer bikini, which is sadly not available online at the momentLisa revealed on Wednesday that she and John were forced indoors after rain temporarily halted their sunshine break. Luckily, the couple found something to do as they headed to their hotel bar to enjoy a few drinks. Sharing a video on her Stories of John sipping on a glass of red, Lisa asked her husband: "What's the weather like John-O?" He responded: "The weather tonight is a little bit wet, it's actually (expletive) miserable outside it's (expletive) with rain." Captioning the clip, Lisa wrote: "It's pouring!! But we don't care!! What's on the radio."The downpour comes after Lisa shared a sweet selfie taken on the beach at the start of their honeymoon. "I nearly didn't put this pic up as I know how [rubbish] it can be seeing people on holiday especially in January," Lisa, 47, confessed. "But it's my honeymoon and I want to celebrate my husband @johntorodecooks and the fact that without the lows we can't appreciate the highs, and also that in the pic I'm smiling even though I have just done my back in falling off a wakeboard!" The picture sees John, 54, and Lisa wearing sunglasses and their swimwear as they smile for the camera. Around her neck, Lisa is wearing a chain bearing the letters "L" and "J" - a touching tribute to their union.Lisa and John's tropical location was hit with torrential downpours earlier this weekMORE: Lisa Faulkner shares gorgeous behind-the-scenes photo from wedding to John TorodeLisa and John headed off on their honeymoon some three months after their wedding day. The happy couple were married on 24 October at Aynhoe Park in Oxfordshire. Their celebrations were held over two days, with the happy couple enjoying a pre-wedding dinner on the eve of their big day. On hand to walk with Lisa down the aisle were her two nieces, Lola and Eva-Rose, who acted as her bridesmaids, as well as her 13-year-old daughter Billie, who was given the role of her best woman. Billie, along with her cousins, also sang during the ceremony.WATCH VIDEO: Lisa shows us how to cook a perfect asparagus tartMORE: Lisa Faulkner just wore the sweetest accessory on her honeymoon - and it's only £28Celebrity guests included former Emmerdale actress Nicola Stephenson, Waterloo Road star Angela Griffin, MasterChef star Gregg Wallace and Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden. EastEnders actress Tamzin Outhwaite was also in attendance.Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.
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A law which would allow men accused of having sex with girls who are under 18 to avoid punishment if they marry their victims is set to be introduced to parliament in Turkey.The controversial so-called “marry-your-rapist” bill, which lawmakers are planning to introduce to Turkish parliament at the end of January, has sparked fury among women’s rights campaigners in the country.
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'All bets are off': What a paparazzo thinks will happen to Harry and Meghan's privacy after the royal split
George Bamby says the couple's bid for independence has driven a demand for photos that seems to be generating its own paparazzi industry.