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Tight-lipped Prince William refuses to say if he supports uncle Andrew on museum visit

Prince William made no response today when asked whether he backed his uncle the Duke of York, who is embroiled in a civil case around alleged sexual assault which he denies. Second in line to the throne William was leaving the Foundling Museum in London with the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton when a member of a TV news crew asked: “Do you support Prince Andrew?”The duke leaned closer to hear but then walked past without commenting, remaining tight-lippeed.Andrew stopped using his HRH style and was stripped of his prestigious honorary military roles by the Queen less than a week ago.

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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, both 46, poked fun at tennis player Novak Djokovic today as they discussed their show’s possible return to the jungle.Their comments come as Djokovic, 34, awaits a decision on his deportation from Australia.In conversation with BBC Radio 1 Breakfast presenter Scott Mills, presenters Ant and Dec discussed their most recent series of I’m A Celebrity. Scott, 47, began by complimenting the series, applauding the duo for continuing on in spite of the issues caused by Storm Arwen and the looming presence of COVID-19. Usually, the show takes place in the heart of the Australian jungle, but, for the past two years, the series has been filmed in Gwrych Castle in North Wales due to the pandemic. Dec explained: “It was so difficult to do the show this year with the storm and just with the continual drama of Covid. “Covid wardens were going round shouting ‘Two metres!’ everywhere you walk. “It was just so difficult to get the show on air, so we’re just thrilled that we got it on air and it was good - we really enjoyed it.”Despite his positive outlook on the UK-based version of the series, Dec admitted that his team have been missing the jungle.“The people of Wales made us feel very welcome again, but we are ready to go back to Australia, I think,” he confessed.