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UK could be hit with 35C heatwave scorcher next month – just in time for school holidays

forecasters, although the Met Office believes a far-from-cool 30C is more likely.Nevertheless, we could witness some of the hottest weather since records began and another heatwave following this month's in London.READ MORE: 'Hero' bloke escapes 3-hour traffic jam after gig by pretending to be traffic wardenThe highest-ever recorded UK temperature was 38.7C in Cambridge on July 25 in 2019, beating the previous landmark of 38.5C set in Faversham during August 2003.Sharing his expectations of mid-to-late July, Weather Outlook forecaster Brian Gaze told The Sun: “At the moment long-range computer models are suggesting an increased likelihood of very warm conditions during the last third of July. "With parts of southern Europe experiencing extreme heat during the early part of the summer there is the potential for the UK to import some of that if the pressure blocks across Europe and the North Atlantic fall into the right places.“Temperatures in the UK reached 32.7C earlier this month and typically the hottest weather of the summer comes in July or August.
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'When you are a minority' Loose Women's Charlene White shares what she'd ask Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle.The Loose Women host said she would love to interview her for "perspective" on what it's like "being a minority in the UK" joining into the infamous Royal Family.Charlene appeared on a recent episode of the podcast Dane Baptiste Questions Everything.Host Baptiste asked the presenter who would be her dream interviewee if she had to pick.Charlene replied: "I would love somebody who was married into the Royal Family and a woman who is of mixed heritage."But you know, knowing that one drop policy in America is known as black Meghan Markle, obviously was interviewed by a black woman in the States, that being Oprah."We have yet to see Meghan Markle be interviewed on a big budget one-on-one situation with a black woman, a black British woman, on our screens here."And I think there's something to be said for perspective and questions and from a position of knowledge when you have, when you are a minority in the UK and interviewing someone else who is a minority that's come into what is the Royal Family in the UK, I think the nuances that could be involved in an interview like that I think would be pretty powerful."Charlene explained that being a "black British woman" herself she could ask Meghan the questions relating to "classism" in the Royal Family and her position in that.When Meghan and Prince Harry's interview with Oprah Winfrey was released last year, Charlene was quick to defend the couple.In the infamous interview, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were deeply critical of Palace life and also claimed that a senior royal had raised "concerns" about how "dark" their baby’s skin might be when he was born.The Loose Women panel discussed the interview, leading Charlene to have a very heated discussion with Jane
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Meghan and Harry 'didn't look royal enough' to monetise 'pivotal' trip, TV host says
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry missed a “pivotal” opportunity to improve their brand during their UK visit for the Queen’s Jubilee, a media personality has claimed.Before Meghan and Harry returned to the UK for their first public visit together since their controversial departure, there had been questions raised about whether they would be accompanied by a Netflix crew of cameras.However, the couple instead decided to keep their visit low-key, attending only one public event before reportedly heading back to their home in California early.READ MORE: Meghan Markle says men must speak out as she reveals Harry's reaction to abortion ban Now, a TalkTV panel has reacted to reports that the Sussexes’ popularity may have fallen in the US, with TV and radio host Vanessa Feltz suggesting that the couple failed to make the most of the opportunity for a royal reunion.“The pivotal thing is that they weren’t able to harness the Platinum Jubilee, they weren’t able to get Netflix in, they weren’t able to be photographed with the Queen,” she claimed.“They didn’t get to sit in the front row, they scarpered without going to the lunch, they had a party for the baby that no one was invited to and then they went home.“So they weren’t able to use it, they couldn’t monetise the trip here could they? They didn’t look royal enough.”Some on the panel disagreed with Vanessa with journalist Afua Hagan arguing: “I don’t think they actually wanted to.”Instead, Afua argued that any supposed shrink in the Duchess of Sussex’s popularity could be put down to the vocal opposition she has received from groups of trolls online, who see hating the ex-actress as a “sport”.“People will read into everything that Meghan and Harry do because they need a hate
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Queen's 'stunning' response when child asked her if she believed in Santa
Queen once gave a very diplomatic answer when she was asked whether she believed in Father Christmas.Resurfaced footage from a 1989 reception for The Commonwealth at the Royal Albert Hall shows Her Majesty chatting with children from all over the world in a special session.The kids can be seen wearing national dress from each of their home countries, and take it in turns to ask the Queen, then 63, about life as Britain's ruling monarch.READ MORE: Meghan Markle's bullying report would be 'bloodbath' for all, says expertSingling out the tough Santa question as one of his favourite royal moments, royal biographer Andrew Morton told Pod Save the Queen: "I just love her dry sense of humour and she was once asked by a little boy 'Do you believe in Father Christmas?' "The Queen, ever the consummate diplomat, said 'I'd like to think that I believe in Father Christmas', and to me, that is a clever answer from someone who does crossword puzzles!" Other intriguing questions were put to the monarch in the 1980s clip included "Do you like being the Queen?" to which she replied: "It's a very busy life."She is then interrupted by another child who asks: "How big is your palace?", and she responds: "My palace is quite large, it has very long corridors to walk down it, especially if one is late!"When asked if her crown is "very heavy", Her Majesty says: "It's quite heavy, yes, you don't really want to walk around in it!"While she entertained her young guests with some good answers about Buckingham Palace on this occasion, it is said the monarch has few fond feelings for her official residence.Former royal chef to the Queen, Darren McGrady, 60, spoke out on the Queen's alleged dislike for the London-based property and said that the
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Meghan and Harry to cash in on 'big pay deal' for Jubilee interviews - expert
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in coverage of this year's Jubilee.READ MORE: Kate ‘very keen’ to invite Harry back for Wills birthday – but ‘no mention of Meghan’The pair returned to the UK for the event, which was their first public appearance alongside the Windsors since they dramatically quit The Firm in 2020.While the Sussexes were relegated to seats with minor royals at The Service of Thanksgiving in St Paul's Cathedral - a telling change to their standing - royal expert Neil Sean claims the couple have since been offered TV deals.Speaking on his YouTube channel, Mr Sean claimed: "All the TV broadcasters around the world are looking to put together specials on the Platinum Jubilee, particularly for their year-end things."American networks are very keen on is to sit down with Harry and Meghan to get their take on what has been spectacular years."I've been told that Australian TV too are interested particularly all the mainstream media now."When you think about it that could be a big pay deal for Harry and Meghan."The claims come amid reports Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, is keen to help her husband Prince William settle differences with his brother Harry.According to Mr Sean, Catherine is "very keen" for Harry to be invited to a joint 40th birthday bash to be held for her and William.But, it is claimed, that Meghan may be shunned.“According to a very good source, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, is very keen for Harry to be invited … [although] no mention of Meghan, I noted in the quote I was told," Neil said on his YouTube channel.He said Kate's attempt to get the brothers to "re-bond" at the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral had failed.He added that Kate was “nothing but a trier” and that “she did like Prince
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex (born Rachel Meghan Markle; August 4, 1981) is an American member of the British royal family and former actress. Markle was raised in Los Angeles, California and has a mixed ethnic heritage. During her studies at Northwestern University, she began playing small roles in television series and films. From 2011 to 2017, she played Rachel Zane on the American legal drama Suits. She is an outspoken feminist and has addressed issues of gender inequality, and her lifestyle website The Tig featured a column profiling influential women. She represented international charity organizations and received recognition for her fashion and style, releasing a line of clothing in 2016.
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