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Royal baby names: Sweet meanings behind Sienna, August, Lilibet and Lucas's unusual names

Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor and Sienna Mapelli Mozzi. Like the royals who came before them though, all of the royal babies' names included subtle tributes to family members and hidden meanings. Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank welcomed their first child, August Philip Hawke Brooksbank, on February 9, 2021.

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BBC Breakfast's Sally Nugent tells off 'subdued' camera operator for blunder live on-air
BBC Breakfast presenter Sally Nugent was quick to scold a camera operator for a shoddy bit of filming while covering Mike Tindall’s charity bike ride.The royal has been raising funds and awareness for Parkinson’s disease after his dad was diagnosed two decades ago.He’s headed off from Lake Geneva on a six-day cycle headed for Nice, and departed live on air accompanied by a gang of Lycra-clad pals.READ MORE: Naga Munchetty left heartbroken as she reveals family suffered heartbreaking lossBut Sally was less than impressed by the camera work, originally done by Mike on a selfie stick before being passed over to a waiting crowd member - who failed to film the group leaving, and instead pointed the lens at the cloudy sky.Before leaving, Mike joked: “This is where I fall off… actually, we’ll get someone to hold it whilst we set off, how about that?”Sally quipped back: “Don’t worry, you’re live on BBC One, it doesn’t matter if you fall off!”As the camera was passed over, she commented: “Off they go… Come on camera person, where are we?”Jon added: “I think the camera person is showing Carol [Kirkwood] the state of the clouds.” “Yeah,” Sally agreed, before hinting: “I also think maybe they’re subdued after whatever that refreshment was last night.”Mike had admitted that they hadn't had the best start to the trip, telling Jon and Sally: "We didn't start particularly well last night, we maybe went to the wrong choice of fluid last night...
Why Pippa Middleton and mum Carole were once refused entry from Wimbledon's Royal Box
Duchess of Cambridge, it's no surprise that Pippa Middleton and her mum Carole are usually treated to VIP seats in the Royal Box or the players' box at Wimbledon.READ: Why Zara and Mike Tindall once shunned the Royal Box at WimbledonHowever, the mother-daughter duo were once relegated to standard seats back in 2017 when they arrived too late for Andy Murray's match against Benoit Paire. Kate's younger sister and mother were pictured sitting separately, just outside of the players' box, which is usually reserved for athletes and their families, and VIP guests. WATCH: Kate Middleton's flawless courtside style at WimbledonThe change of seating plan didn't dampen Pippa and Carole's spirits, as the tennis lovers were pictured chatting and laughing after the match with a few of Pippa's friends.READ: Carole Middleton surprises as she wears same dress as daughter KateSHOP: 13 best tennis outfits for women this summerIn 2015, Lewis Hamilton lost his place in Wimbledon's Royal Box after falling foul of the strict dress code, which requires men to wear a jacket and tie.  Carole Middleton and daughter Pippa arrived late to a Wimbledon match in 2017The Formula One champion, who wore a flowery shirt, was turned away from the men's singles final match owing to an "unfortunate misunderstanding regarding the dress code at Wimbledon," his spokesperson said.SEE: Emma Raducanu's most stylish momentsPippa's older sister Kate, 40, also previously revealed that she was once "banned" from Wimbledon.
Zara and Mike Tindall bring the star power on day two of Wimbledon - best photos
Zara and Mike Tindall looked every inch the style power couple as they arrived at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club on Tuesday for day two of Wimbledon.MORE: Andy Murray's wife Kim makes touching gesture towards Dame Deborah James at WimbledonThe Queen's granddaughter was aptly dressed in a white shirt dress and navy-coloured wedge shoes which were teamed with a black leather crossbody and gold earrings.WATCH: The royal family at Wimbledon over the yearsNot to be outdone in the style stakes, her rugby star husband Mike put on a dapper display in a cream jacket and dark trousers combination, teamed with grey suede shoes and a stripy tie.READ: Rafael Nadal addresses wife Mery Perello's pregnancy for the first timeSEE: The Wimbledon wives and partners we'll see courtside this yearThe royal couple will no doubt take their seats at Centre Court to watch the likes of Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams make their debut at this year's Championships.The two tennis stars have both overcome injuries to make it to the All England Club in a bid to land another grand slam.  Mike and Zara Tindall on day two of WimbledonSerena, 40, is making her comeback after limping out of last year's first-round match in tears due to a leg injury.
Harry and Meghan miss Jubilee concert to 'spend Lilibet's birthday privately'
Queen's Platinum Jubilee concert.But rather than it being a snub to the Royal Family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen to sit the event out so that they can celebrate their own daughter's birthday instead.More than 30 members of the royal family are set to gather at the BBC’s Platinum Party at the Palace tonight (Saturday, June 4) – including Prince William and Kate Middleton.The party will take place in front of Buckingham Palace.But Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chose to spend the night celebrating their youngest daughter Lilibet's first birthday instead.A spokesperson for the couple, who stepped down as senior royals in 2020, said they were spending the day privately – although no details about how Lilibet's birthday was celebrated have been given.The family has been staying at the highly secure Frogsmore Cottage, due to it having 24/7 security, something the couple forfeited when they left their working royal roles.The huge celebration concert, featuring acts such as Diana Ross, Sir Paul McCartney, Queen and Adam Lambert and Alicia Keys will be attended by Prince Charles and Camilla and Prince William and Kate Middleton.It has not been confirmed whether the Queen will make an appearance tonight, despite it taking place outside her front door, but others attending include the Earl and Countess of Wessex and their children Lady Louise Windsor and Viscount Severn.Also in attendance will be the Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, and Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank.Zara and Mike Tindall, who spent the day at the Epsom Derby with Princess Anne and Sir Tim, will also be there, as will the Queen’s cousins the Duke of