Franz-Albrecht Oettingen-Spielberg earned the nickname 'The Boar Terminator' after videos of him killing the animal for sport appeared onlinePRINCE Harry went hunting with a pal nicknamed The Boar Terminator — days after his animal-loving fiancée flew home. Harry is said to have flown to Germany by private jet with a ten-strong hunting party. After landing in Berlin on Friday, they drove to Görlsdorf, in Brandenburg, North East Germany.
The US actress has met the Queen privately several times before but this would be her first official invite to a Buckingham Palace eventMEGHAN Markle is expected to make her first official visit to Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s pre-Christmas dinner. Prince Harry’s fianceé is also set to stay with Prince William and Kate over the festive period. The Queen holds a party around a week before Christmas at which the Royal Family dine together.
The Labour MP sneered at Prince Harry's war record, claiming as co-pilot he just sat in his Apache going 'vroom vroom', during a fringe Labour party conference event. ONE'S ABOVE THISClick to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)THE Queen will have been told of a Labour MP's slur on husband Philip - but is "beyond being hurt by petty little politicians," royal experts say.
Prince William on getting gold Blue Peter badge with Kate Middleton for mental health campaign: “We’ve still got a long way to go yet but we are getting there. A shift is happening and we will hopefully crack a problem that should have been cracked a long time ago.”
Great exclusive by @theroyaleditor - The Queen is unhappy with changes to her police security detail. No longer has dedicated officer who she can get to know and trust. Cops instead taken from a pool to reduce overtime and save money. https://t.co/uC8rzzBFa2
Prince George and Princess Charlotte will not be going on tour with their mum and dad as Prince William and Kate Middleton don't want to take George out of school. They will be away from their parents for four days. Germany and Poland in the summer likely their last for a while. https://t.co/00TxRo20Oe
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