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Prince George set to celebrate key milestone but mum Kate Middleton may not be happy

Prince George is set to celebrate a key milestone this month, with the Cambridge household expected to prepare days in advance. Kate Middleton and Prince William will celebrate their son's ninth birthday with noisy toys and traditions in tow.
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Bad-boy Nick Kyrgios broke competition rules the moment he stepped onto Centre Court
Wimbledon officials during his round of 16 clash against Brandon Nakashima on Monday (July 4) by instantly breaking strict dress code regulations.The controversial Aussie was looking to secure his first Grand Slam quarter-final spot in the singles draw since way back in 2015 - and strolled onto the court wearing bright red and white Nike Dunk Low trainers.Wimbledon's strict all-white clothing policy says that all white clothing needs to be worn as soon as the player is on the court - with Kyrgios only changing to white shoes after sitting on his chair before warming up. READ MORE: Venus Williams had to change her bra mid-match after Wimbledon officials complained The rules state: "Competitors must be dressed in suitable tennis attire that is almost entirely white and this applies from the point at which the player enters the court surround."Despite the disregard for the rules, Kyrgios is unlikely to be fined more than he has already paid out this tournament in clashes against Phil Jubb and Stefanos Tsitsipas.The 27-year-old was fined £8,200 for spitting in the direction of fans during his win over the Brit - and a further £3,200 for his an audible obscenity in the later clash. With Nick Kyrgios win a Grand Slam tournament during his career? Tell us in the comments section belowWimbledon's strict dress code has been pushed to the limit throughout the history of the tournament, with Anne White told to change after wearing a catsuit in 1985.White was asked to change during a first-round clash against fifth seed Pam Shriver - and she did so before before losing the match.She later said: "I had no idea it would be so controversial."More recently in 2017, Venus Williams also flouted the historic dress code regulations.Having
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Queen sees her role ‘reduced’ as Palace aides downplay significance of schedule change
Queen has had the number of duties she must fulfil reduced during Buckingham Palace's annual review.Royal Family insiders have played down the significance of the lighter workload for the 96-year-old monarch, with her son and heir to the throne Prince Charles set to stand in for her during some of the more demanding responsibilities.The State Opening of Parliament, meanwhile, has been completely removed from the royal schedule and she will no longer carry out State Visits.READ MORE: Queen 'surprised' by Meghan and Harry's Lilibet name choice, socialite claimsIt is believed the Queen's duties have not been amended for at least a decade but a palace source argued it was not a "drastic change".As Head of State, the Queen's constitutional duties, written out in a 13-point list, included the State Opening of Parliament, the appointment of Prime Minister and paying and receiving State Visits.These responsibilities have now been diminished with the Queen's role more vaguely said to encompass "a range of parliamentary and diplomatic duties".She will also only receive other visiting heads of state.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.The Queen will only fulfil her Head of Nation duties, meanwhile, "where appropriate or necessary".Again, her role in that respect is now a more generalised one of inspiring "unity and national identity" and "continuity and stability", while recognising the "achievement and success" of others and ensuring "support of service" from volunteers to the military and emergency services.Of the six key events in the royal calendar previously listed, the State Opening has been removed, having been jointly attended by the 73-year-old Prince of Wales
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Diana's sister made cheeky remark to Harry over the 'way he kisses', says lip reader
Princess Diana's sister made a cheeky remark to Prince Harry regarding the way he kisses, a lip reader has claimed.The Duke of Sussex was joined by his older brother Prince William, as well as his aunts Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Fellowes, and his uncle Charles, Earl Spencer, for the unveiling of Princess Diana's statue on what would have been her 60th birthday on July 1 last year.The brothers were immediately welcomed by their aunts and uncle as they walked into the garden.READ MORE: Prince Harry 'dragged around like a performing seal' by Meghan Markle, says expertIn videos taken by the media, Lady Sarah and Harry kissed each other on both cheeks before Diana's sister appeared to whisper something in his ear.Jeremy Freeman, a certified lip reader, told the Daily Star that Lady Sarah asked her nephew: "Is this how you kiss?"Harry then jokingly pretended to kiss her twice more showing how he usually kisses, with Lady Sarah grinning from ear to ear and responding: "Oh!"The brothers later greeted landscape gardener Pip Morrison and sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley before unveiling the bronze statue.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Body language expert Judi James told Daily Star that there was a "poignant moment" when both Harry and William looked up at the face of their late mother's statue.They showed traits of their early childhood love for each other and they worked as a team to reveal the statue at one of Princess Diana's favourite places in Kensington Palace, she said.Kensington Palace said it aims to reflect Diana's "warmth, elegance and energy", while the children represent the "universality and generational impact of the princess's work".READ NEXT:
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Prince Harry 'still angry with royals because of Diana's treatment', claims psychic
Diana, Princess of Wales believes that Prince Harry is fighting a losing battle after stepping down from Royal life in January 2020, claims Deborah Davies.The world-known psychic claims to have spoken to Princess Diana in recent weeks about her family and two children, Princes William and Harry.Harry has previously spoken out about following in his mother's footsteps and keeping her memory alive but Diana reportedly claims her son has "a lot of anger" towards his family.READ MORE: Prince Harry 'speaks to Diana's spirit' before making decisions, claims expertThe Duke of Sussex, 37, has had a strained relationship with his family and has even dropped several bombshell allegations against them in recent years.Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, the former Real Housewives of Cheshire star said: "Diana says that Harry has a lot of anger towards 'the firm' in general because of what happened to her."She says 'It's a pointless battle though, they will never understand, they will never be sorry for anyone's suffering.'"Deborah continued: "She says that 'The Firm is a machine that keeps on running regardless of anyone's feelings'". The businesswoman who hosts the Unexplained Deaths & Mysteries podcast previously told us that she believed Prince Harry's plans to win the British public over had backfired.
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‘Heartstopper’ cast to join ‘Celebrity Gogglebox’ tonight for Pride special
Netflix hit Heartstopper will be taking part in Celebrity Gogglebox tonight (July 1).As part of a Pride special, actors Kit Connor, Joe Locke, Yasmin Finney and William Gao will join the beloved series to share their reactions on all the latest in TV.They’re set to watch This Is My House, Big Boys and Scream, as well as some highlights from this year’s Glastonbury festival.More guest stars on tonight’s episode include Strictly Come Dancing runners-up John Whaite and Johannes Radebe, who were the show’s first male same-sex couple to compete.RuPaul’s Drag Race UK queens Tia Kofi and Lawrence Chaney will also be taking part, as well as stars Bimini Bon-Bouash and Self Esteem, and Feel Good star Mae Martin and comedian Lolly Adefope.EXCLUSIVE: First clip of #Heartstopper's @joelocke03 @kit_connor @Yazdemand and William Gao on #CelebrityGogglebox tonight.@C4Gogglebox will be on @Channel4 tonight at 9pm. pic.twitter.com/dZnoylw7ca— Scott Bryan (@scottygb) July 1, 2022Meanwhile, Heartstopper was renewed for two more seasons earlier this year.“We put so much love into the making of Heartstopper so to reassemble the team for two more seasons is a dream come true,” executive producer Patrick Walters said.
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Princess Diana 'raised Prince William to be King that changes the monarchy'
Princess Diana raised Prince William with the sole purpose of the prince changing the public's connection with the monarchy, according to TV psychic Deborah Davies.The late Princess died in 1997 when Prince William was just 15 years old, but Prince Charles' ex-wife brought her two sons up to lead from the heart.Former Real Housewives of Cheshire psychic Deborah claims she spoke to Diana who shared an insight into how she prepared her son, 40, for life as King William.READ MORE: Prince Andrew 'cleared his name for the Queen' claims ex-girlfriend Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, Debbie said: "She says Princess Charlotte has many of her mannerisms which Prince William has noticed."Diana raised William to be a King that will change the monarchy's connection to the public, there will no longer be a 'distance with stuffy royal protocol', William will be 'the people's King.'" Despite William being second in line to the throne, the Duke of Cambridge has previously admitted he tries to put his future to the back of his mind.He told Marie Claire: "I certainly don’t lie awake at night waiting or hoping for it because it sadly means my family has moved on and I don't want that."The dad-of-three went on to tell the publication that he has plans to be a "modern king" he says it's "not at the top of the priority list" to think about his future.This was also echoed by William's brother, Prince Harry in 2017 who shared his views on the daunting thoughts that go through the minds of the royals."Is there any one of the Royal Family who wants to be King or Queen? I don't think so," he told Newsweek before adding: "We will carry out our duties at the right time."It appears that while Prince William isn't thinking about his fate too much,
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