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Buckingham Palace is reportedly reconsidering the royal title of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex because the punctuation is the same as in the titles of women who have divorced royal men.After announcing Prince Harry and Meghan would be stepping away from the front lines of the royal family, palace insiders were left scrambling to decide how to balance the couple’s titles against their desire for a more private life.
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Prince Harry 'flies to Canada' to begin new life with Meghan and misses brother's first solo reception
The Duke of Sussex has reportedly flown back to Canada to be reunited with his wife and baby after missing his brother’s first solo reception at Buckingham Palace.It is understood that Prince Harry was on a flight to Vancouver on Monday evening after his meeting with Boris Johnson and world leaders at the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London.
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government was defeated in parliament on Monday for the first time since a December election, with the upper chamber voting in favour of a move to protect the rights of EU citizens in Britain after Brexit. Johnson's Conservatives won a large majority in the lower chamber, the House of commons, at the Dec. 12 vote and lawmakers there quickly approved the legislation needed to ratify his exit deal with Brussels earlier this month. The legislation is now passing through the House of Lords, where the government does not have a majority.
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Loose Women star Nadia Sawalha has a popular podcast called Confessions of a Modern Parent, and each week she and her husband Mark Adderley tackle a different area of modern-day parenting. Most recently, the couple explored the issues surrounding body image and social media, and Nadia was overcome with emotion as she thought about herself as a teenager and the battles she had with accepting her body. She was just as overwhelmed when her daughter Maddie, 17, opened up about her own feelings towards her body image in a recorded message, having been asked whether she thought that social media has a negative impact on people of her generation.Nadia Sawalha was overcome with emotion after hearing her oldest daughter talk about body imageAfter listening to her daughter admit that she had a "toxic" relationship with her body, Nadia, in tears, said: "That was so content-rich. Our beautiful, beautiful child inside and out. The way she just talks from her heart like that. There is so much in that for any parent listening to that." She continued: "I'm sitting here crying and I'm not just crying for our daughter, but for me, for women through the ages. You know the confusion, the manipulation, the warped thinking, that waste of our energy. That beautiful child of ours." The doting mum also praised her teenager for being so articulate with her answer. Maddie had said: "People have been struggling with body image and weight since the beginning of time, and social media hasn't been around since the beginning of time," and Nadia agreed that she could relate, having had a difficult time feeling confident in her skin while at drama school, before social media was around.MORE: Watch the key dates in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's exit from royal dutiesNadia and husband Mark Adderley with their two daughters Maddie and KikiNadia and her husband are also proud parents of 12-year-old daughter Kiki, and Nadia is stepmum to Mark's older two daughters, Isabelle and Fleur, from past relationships. The pair have been discussing a large number of topics on their podcast about parenting, ranging from teenage drinking, to mental health and discipline. Nadia and Mark have been running a YouTube channel for the past few years, which features their daughters and the star's parents and sister, who live next door to them.READ: Victoria Beckham shares new photo of David and their childrenThe former EastEnders actress home-schools her children - something she regularly talks about. In 2017, she opened up about the reason she decided to take her daughters out of school while talking to HELLO!. The star revealed that they had been "excelling" since they left their private school education, saying: "They struggled in class and really thought they wouldn't excel in anything. But ever since I took them out of school two years ago, they've become more confident and passionate and are brimming with enthusiasm to learn."Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.
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The Nashville folk singer David Olney has died on stage during a performance in Florida, a statement on his website has confirmed. Amy Rigby and Scott Miller, musicians who were performing with Olney, have both said the songwriter apologised to the crowd before closing his eyes. Olney became a key member of Nashville's music scene after moving there from his native Rhode Island in 1973.