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Fit for a Queen! King Charles' thoughtful gifts for Camilla's 77th birthday

Queen Camilla is marking her 77th birthday today (Wednesday, 17 July) with a thoughtful gift from her husband King Charles, a former royal butler has revealed. Celebrations are also expected to take place at their former Highgrove residence among friends along with a 'private' family lunch.The Royal Family are known to celebrate their birthdays privately and tend to keep any plans under wraps. While a social media tribute is often shared on any royal birthday, fans have often been left wondering what they get up to on their birthdays and what presents they gift each other.

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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle are likely ‘drowning out the outside noise’ amid ESPYs backlash: They’re ‘very used to criticism’
the recent blowback from Harry’s ESPY Award nod proved to be no different.Harry, 39, was named the recipient of the Pat Tillman Award for Service at the 2024 ESPYs, and is set to be honored at Thursday’s star-studded ceremony hosted by Markle’s pal, Serena Williams.However, the announcement didn’t sit right with many, including the late hero’s mom, Mary Tillman, who slammed ESPN and claimed she was never consulted about the decision.As the backlash continued to plague the Duke’s military recognition, former royal butler Grant Harrold says that the duo aren’t experiencing anything they haven’t already.The Sussexes are “very used to the criticism, given everything that’s gone on over the last few years,” Harrold, who worked for King Charles for seven years, exclusively told The Post.“I’m sure they’ll be drowning out the outside noise by continuing with their normal and everyday life and trying not to turn on the television, or read the papers as much.”“They’re being talked about constantly, given their profiles,” he continued. “From what I remember, Harry was always an extremely private person, so I’m not sure how he’ll feel about that, but I can imagine his way of coping with the attention is to carry on as normal,” he added on behalf of Fruity Slots.Earlier this week, Harrold suggested that the father of two is “feeling quite sad” about the negative response to him being named as the award’s recipient.What’s more, the former royal staffer said it’s possible the Duke could decline the prestigious award.“He’d never want to cause any upset,” Harrold said.
Princess Anne likely to miss royal duties for weeks: It’s going to have a ‘big impact on her’
following a horse-related incident.Anne, The Princess Royal, was rushed to the hospital over the weekend after sustaining wounds to the head at the Gatcombe Park estate.As she remains under the watchful eye of doctors and nurses, King Charles’ former royal butler Grant Harrold says her absence will have a “big impact on her.”“Anne could be out of royal duties for the next few days or even weeks,” Harrold exclusively told The Post.“As one of the hardest-working members of the Royal family, it’s going to have a big impact on her.”The Princess Royal, 73, is said to have been injured by a horse during a stroll on the grounds of the royal residence Sunday evening.“This incident will probably make Anne even more determined to ensure it doesn’t happen again,” Harrold added.Princess Anne’s husband, Sir Timothy Laurence, as well as her daughter Zara Tindall and son Peter Phillips, were all on the estate at the time of the incident.Other senior members of the royal family were notified of Anne’s injuries on Sunday night.“I know she will want to recover quickly so she can get back to her royal duties,” Harrold said of the Princess on behalf of Slingo. “She’s somebody who wants to get on with what she’s expected to do.”Anne — the late Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip’s only daughter — has pulled the plug on all of her official duties slated for this week, including a State Visit, and a trip to Canada.“On doctors’ advice, Her Royal Highness’s engagements for the week ahead will be postponed.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle are looking to split time between UK and US: ‘That was the original idea’
started looking into finding a UK home that he and his wife could keep for visiting instead of having to check into hotels each time.And according to former royal butler Grant Harrold, the rumored plan could be a strong indicator that the pair are looking to inch closer to Harry’s estranged family.“If Harry does buy a place in the UK, he and Meghan will live here for part of they year and part of the year in the States, that was the original idea,” Harrold exclusively told The Post.“I would assume that this would mean Meghan would also be coming to the UK and you’d see them spending so many months of the year here.”While the Sussexes are reportedly looking to add a UK property to their already-impressive real estate portfolio — which currently boasts a sprawling $14 million California mansion — Harrold notes that he doesn’t see the “Suits” alum moving back to London on a permanent basis.“I don’t see Meghan wanting to be in the UK permanently — I think that was the whole idea of why they went out to the States in the first place,” Harrold, who worked for King Charles for seven years when he was the Prince of Wales, said.“I can believe that Harry would like to be back here, he loves the UK.