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Harry and Meghan reportedly held unproductive talks with the royal family

Gayle King has once again waded into the royal drama but this time it appears to be heating up even more than before. According to newly published reports, King claims that Prince Harry and the Duchess both held unproductive talks with Prince Charles and Prince William as tensions appear to be growing higher. CBS is out with yet another juicy report claiming that the Sussexes indeed spoke to the Princes though it is unclear how exactly news of the chat landed in the hands of American media personalities. Both Princes aren't likely to be pleased at that idea in itself. King reportedly told CBS This Morning:  'Well I'm not trying to break news, but I did actually call them to see how they were feeling, and it's true, Harry has talked to his brother and he has talked to his f...
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Queen Elizabeth to give a rare televised address on Sunday

Queen Elizabeth II is scheduled to do something she's done roughly 4 or so times in the 68 years she's ruled the United Kingdom: address the nation in times of a serious conflict or pandemic. On Friday, Buckingham Palace confirmed that the Queen has recorded an address set to be displayed for the world to see on Sunday. According to the palace, the address was actually recorded from Windsor Castle where the Queen remains on lockdown and in quarantine away from the public. https://twitter.com/RoyalFamily/status/1246061575242428416?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.buzzfeednews.com%2Farticle%2Fjoeydurso%2Fqueen-elizabeth-televised-address-coronavirus
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The Royal Family just took another big hit: Report

From the inside, it looks like the Royal Family is crumbling and multiple sources tell The Daily News that more bad news is almost inevitable. On Tuesday morning, it became public news that yet another divorce has hit the royal family --- this time Princess Margaret 's son and his wife of 26 years. Queen Elizabeth smiles at members of the public as she leaves following a church service at St Peter and St Paul church, in West Newton, England, Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020.   (Joe Giddens/PA via AP) A statement released to the public on Tuesday confirmed that the Earl and Countess of Snowdown (David Armstrong-Jones and wife Serena) would be indefinitely separating. Sources say that this is not the last divorce announcement expected, and more are almost inevitably on the horiz...
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Here’s the things that will happen when Queen Elizabeth II passes away

After last nights horrendous Twitter frenzy that had the world thinking the Queen died — we’ve compiled a list of common things that the press is aware of in the event of her death. 1. Upon her death... A man in mourning clothes will emerge from Buckingham Palace after things have been situated and place a notice on the palace gates. That notice will declare the death of Queen Elizabeth II. 2. RATS - not literal ones. RATS is a wartime ration transmission that goes out to radio; tv stations, and newspapers across Britain. It’ll primarily hit news stations of which the casters will be required to wear black. 3. pilots... Will be required to announce the death of the Queen during their flights. 4. If following a bizarre radio transmission Briton’s hear ...
Amid Prince Andrew ‘s royal sex scandal, royal family granted new damning right to secrecy
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Amid Prince Andrew ‘s royal sex scandal, royal family granted new damning right to secrecy

LONDON -- Amid the now highly publicized sex scandal involving Prince Andrew, it has now become known that the Royal Family has been granted a new form of secrecy, thanks to a sweeping new amendment  of the Freedom of Information Act. According to the new changes, e-mails and other relevant and pertinent information that involves the royal family (whether in the means of public interest or not) will not be disclosed to the general public. The move, came in part, to previous disclosures made possible by the Freedom of Information Act. The move, came in part, to previous disclosures made possible by the Freedom of Information act -- in which disclosed for the first time that the Queen once tried to use a state poverty fund to heat the Buckingham Palace (and that one time, in which er, almo...
The Queen has given her formal consent for Prince Harry to marry
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The Queen has given her formal consent for Prince Harry to marry

It looks like the royal wedding is in full gear now. According to Buckingham Palace,    The Queen has given and provided her traditional   consent for members of the royal family to marry.    Which means, that, the May wedding of Prince Harry and Princess Meghan will happen as scheduled. Members of the media from around the world are expected to gather in London, as, the two marry in what will be the final of two weddings of the current and eldest male grandchildren who are in line to the throne.    The announcement came in the form of a letter to the Privy Council,  who, received it shortly after the wee hours of this morning. In the letter, just like she did for Prince William and the Duchess,   she provided her consent and  safeguarded Harry's chances at ascending to the throne if...
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Buckingham Palace behind secret talks to find Queen Elizabeth’s successor

LONDON --    Secret talks within London's elite and powerful are underway over the next two months, as, the push to find Queen Elizabeth II's Commonwealth successor is on. Amid  whispers that  the Palace has long sought to have succession plans in place,   the formal meeting, will take place in April. Sources tell The Daily News that  the Palace and its elite officials have apparently secretly and quietly sought to make these plans since at least last year -- when -- the Queen herself had fell ill. While the Monarch and the head of the Commonwealth are similar positions,  only one is  passed on via the Monarchy. The other, is in fact, chosen particularly by those who have been in charge for centuries.     The Commonwealth consists of 53 member states, and, is home to about 2.4billion...
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Documentary reveals secrets of Britain’s Imperial State Jewels

Queen Elizabeth II has always been a fascinating character,  and, the latest documentary on her family and the history of the said family is no different.   The Coronation premiered on the BBC this week, and,  certainly had viewers talking -- particularly Queen Elizabeth herself. In the documentary, viewers learned some pretty spectacular facts about life inside Buckingham Palace during World War II.     Interestingly,  the Queen apparently didn't know where her father hid the Imperial jewels during the war, mostly, because she may have been a little young at the time. The makers of The Coronation have now changed that.   According to their research,  King Edward hid the Imperial Jewels and the Crown inside a tin of cookies, and then, ordered it buried underneath an escape tunnel...
Queen Elizabeth ‘s Five Favourite Beauty Brands
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Queen Elizabeth ‘s Five Favourite Beauty Brands

She's the world's longest reigning monarch, so, its no surprise that people are fascinated by her choice of beauty brands. According to what we've learned, this Clarin 's extra moisturizer is a big ticket item at the royal household.     This probably would explain why the Queen 's skin often looks radiant for her age. View the upmarket item here.     Yardley Soaps We can personally  stand by this one.  We also use Yardley soaps for various reasons and cleansing purposes.   They not only leave us feeling  refreshed and ready, they've also become quite the staple at the Palace and Windsor Castle.   (i.e the brand's office is right next door to  Windsor Castle). View the upmarket soaps here.     Elizabeth Arden Ever wonder where  T...
Here’s how we are preparing for the death of Queen Elizabeth
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Here’s how we are preparing for the death of Queen Elizabeth

The passing of Queen Elizabeth is almost imminent in the coming years, and, now news outlets across The United Kingdom are preparing for the words "London Bridge Has Fallen" a specific code phrase indicating that the monarch has passed away. The Queen, who turns 91 in April, had a bout of illness earlier this year and over the Christmas holidays that sparked death rumors due to her age. At The Daily News,  we've prepared 11 days worth of coverage and special social media messages.  When.... "Monarch, our dear Monarch" appears on our pages and in this newspaper we have confirmed that our dearly beloved Monarch has died.
Queen Elizabeth emerges for the first time since falling ill with heavy cold
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Queen Elizabeth emerges for the first time since falling ill with heavy cold

She's back and better than ever (or so we hope!).  Sunday marked the first time Queen Elizabeth was seen in public in almost a month after falling ill with a heavy cold. The Queen reportedly attending church with Princess Kate and Prince William in usual royal fashion. It is unknown as to whether or not the Queen has entirely recovered, but, what is known is that the locals at her estate were thrilled to see the monarch back in action.
Queen Elizabeth, 90, to step down as patron of more than 20 organizations tomorrow
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Queen Elizabeth, 90, to step down as patron of more than 20 organizations tomorrow

LONDON -- Buckingham Palace has confirmed that Queen Elizabeth, 90,  will step down officially at the end of the year (tomorrow)  as the patron of more than 20 national organizations across the country.   The move follows similar sentiments from her husband, who, turned 90 in 2011.    The organizations will take other members of the royal family on as patrons as the Queen continues into her advanced years. In other news, the Queen's health still largely remains a mystery as Buckingham Palace has kept the Queen hidden away for more than 11 days.   Nobody has seen the Queen since before Christmas,  sparking, what have now become rumors that the Queen of England has died.
Reports:  Queen Elizabeth II, 90, has died
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Reports: Queen Elizabeth II, 90, has died

Or at least was briefly after Britain fell victim to a weird hoax on social media.  A fake Twitter account posing as the BBC popped up this week claiming that after 10 days  out of the public eye, that,  the Queen had passed away.  Queen Elizabeth has been out of the public eye since suffering a cold  during the Christmas holiday and remains resting at her Sandringham Palace estate. Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace is fuming at the fake news alert and "remains dignified in the event that the Queen does actually succumb" to an illness.
Tweet master?  Queen Elizabeth would like to hire you
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Tweet master? Queen Elizabeth would like to hire you

LONDON -- Think you've got what it takes to tweet for the monarchy?  Queen Elizabeth and the Buckingham Palace would like to speak to you (ok, if you can get their attention on social media that is). According to the Monarchy's website, the Queen, is seeking a head of digital engagement officer to travel with her on her engagements and document her many adventures. “Whether you're covering a state visit, award ceremony, or royal engagement, you'll make sure our digital channels consistently spark interest and reach a range of audiences,” reads the listing. “With experience of managing and editing high profile websites, social media, and other digital formats, you’re the expert we need.” As of this writing, applications are closed via the monarch's website -- however --  the chance of...
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