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  • Sky News

    Duke and Duchess of Sussex announce partnership with Procter & Gamble - a company she once called sexist

    Decades after criticising Procter & Gamble as a child, the Duchess of Sussex and her husband have announced a partnership with the firm. Meghan and Harry's Archewell Foundation confirmed a long-term relationship with the American multi-national consumer goods company on Tuesday. It will focus on gender equality, inclusive online spaces, resilience and impact through sport.

  • Evening Standard

    Prince Charles visits staff who cared for Prince Philip at St Bart’s hospital

    Prince Charles today thanked staff who cared for his late father Prince Philip at St Barts Hospital just weeks before his death. Charles spoke to them personally during a visit to the City of London hospital today when he got the chance to meet them privately. Royal officials declined to say who, saying the hospital wanted to protect their identities, but confirmed the group included a nurse, a consultant and a therapist.

  • The Telegraph

    Prince Charles thanks medical staff who cared for the Duke of Edinburgh

    The Prince of Wales has thanked medical staff who cared for his late father, the Duke of Edinburgh, at an NHS hospital shortly before his death. Prince Charles, 72, privately met with members of the team, including a nurse, a consultant and a therapist, who cared for the Duke at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London, where he was transferred for heart surgery in March. Prince Philip, who died last month at the age of 99, spent four nights at St Barts, a leading cardiac unit, after being transferred from the private King Edward VII Hospital on March 1. He underwent a successful procedure for a pre-existing heart condition, before being moved back to the King Edward VII.

  • The Telegraph

    Duke and Duchess of Sussex agree partnership with US brands giant Procter & Gamble

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have signed a long-term “global partnership” with US consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble. The couple on Tuesday night announced that their Archewell Foundation had joined forces with the US-based company to “uplift girls and women” to “build more compassionate communities” and promote the “transformative power” of sport. P&G owns billion-dollar brands including Pampers, Aerial, Gillette, Head & Shoulders, Febreze and Olay. The deal is the latest the Sussexes have struck with major companies as they seek to establish their non-profit organisation and secure their financial futures. They said the P&G partnership would focus on gender equality, creating inclusive online spaces and resilience and impact through sport. The announcement comes 28 years after the Duchess wrote to Procter & Gamble as an 11-year-old to complain about a “very sexist” advert she had seen on television for Ivory dishwashing soap that declared: “Women all over America are fighting greasy pots and pans.” The move gave the aspiring activist one of her first tastes of success as the company changed the word “women” to “people.”

  • Yahoo Style UK

    Princess Beatrice shares a story from her cosy home, as she joins Lorraine Kelly for book prize

    Beatrice may be taking after her mother who has been running daily reading videos since lockdown began.

  • Yahoo Style UK

    Stepmother Princess Beatrice reads children's book The Littlest Yak

    Princess Beatrice, 32, who now has a stepson after marrying Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi last year, joined Angellica Bell and Lorraine Kelly to read The Littlest Yak as part of her work with Oscar's Book Prize. The royal showed she is taking after her mother, Sarah Ferguson, as she read extracts of the book which was given the £10,000 prize this year. The prize was set up to remember Oscar Ashton who died when he was three in December 2012. Beatrice is a royal patron of the organisation.

  • The Guardian

    BBC cuts Prince Andrew joke from RuPaul’s Drag Race

    BBC cuts Prince Andrew joke from RuPaul’s Drag RaceJoke in Australian version at expense of Queen’s scandal-hit son deemed not suitable for British audiences Anita Wigl’it in drag as Queen Elizabeth II on RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under. Photograph: BBC

  • Yahoo Style UK

    Queen 'dressed perfectly' for first major event since Prince Philip's death

    Style experts said the Queen was showing she is still in partial mourning after losing her husband.

  • Yahoo Style UK

    How Prince Harry became a mental health champion

    Harry's documentary with Oprah finally has an air date.

  • Yahoo News UK

    Prince Charles opens up about 'empty seat at the table' after death of Philip

    Prince Charles was sharing his sympathy with the Muslim community as Ramadan draws to a close.