Although he stopped short of direct criticism of the Government, Prince Harry's comments are likely to be interpreted as support for the military in the face of planned Whitehall savings amid a projected £20billion shortfall over the next decade. After pinning the wings on 12 airmen graduating from initial training at the Middle Wallop military base in Hampshire, Harry told those graduating: “You’re now going to end up flying some of the best aircraft that we have to offer.
When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge got engaged, the Queen signed an Instrument of Consent in February 2011 describing Kate as “Our Trusty and Well-beloved Catherine Elizabeth Middleton”.But Harry’s Los Angeles-born actress fiancee is simply “Rachel Meghan Markle”.The 91-year-old monarch, however, is not making a point.A source last night said: “Trusty and well-beloved is language reserved for citizens of the UK or Her Majesty’s other realms.”As an American, Meghan does not qualify.The...
The Queen has apparently been spending extra time with Meghan to help her settle inThen came a tradition-busting stay with the Royals at Sandringham over the festive season, the first time a fiancee has ever been asked. Now, in a further sign of Meghan’s increasingly warm welcome to the fold, comes news that she is said to have enjoyed an “intimate” lunch with the Queen on Mother’s Day.
@Sunxrae@inyangeh I was suggesting journalists get more hung up on lies than their readers. If you live in a country where the President was caught lying 2,000 times in his first year in office, a Royal Family and household lying about the future is no surprise to many.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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