Her wish came true: War widow, 97, who waited seven hours in the pouring rain to meet Prince Harry is reunited with him after they struck up a friendship on his 2015 visit Daphne Dunne was first in line to meet Prince Harry in Sydney on Wednesday She waited at least seven hours in the pouring rain at Campbell Cove Jetty The war widow first met Prince Harry in 2015 during his visit to Sydney 'He gave me a hug and a kiss and said it was great to see me,' Ms Dunne said She offered him a beer, but he said he didn't have time and was soaking wet Rain dampened the start of his visit to launch 2018 Invictus Games countdown A war widow was first in line to meet Prince Harry during his flying visit to Sydney – and grabbed another kiss from the royal after waiting at least seven hours i
'Britain at its best' Charles and Camilla hail public response to London Bridge attack THE Duchess of Cornwall hailed the public's response to the London Bridge attacks as "Britain at its best" today as she and Prince Charles visited injured patients and medical staff in hospital. The heir to the throne and his wife heard how passersby sat on the bridge with injured victims, keeping them talking to avoid losing consciousness, while doctors and ambulance workers treated them. Three terrorists attacked members of the public on London Bridge and in Borough Market on Saturday night, killing seven people and injuring dozens. Extremists Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba ploughed through the crowds on London Bridge on a rented van before going on a stabbing rage acro...
Thumbs up! Cheerful Prince Harry puts on a dapper display as he hosts a polo match in aid of his charity Sentebale in Singapore Harry, 32, is hosting Sentebale Polo Cup in aid of children with HIV and Aids Royal looked smart in stone coloured blazer and white shirt Prince, who dates Meghan Markle, is on five-day visit to Singapore and Sydney Annual event is important fundraiser for his charity for African children Prince Harry will hold a charity fundraising polo match in Singapore on Monday in aid of children in Africa living with HIV and Aids. Harry, 32, who is on a five-day visit to Singapore and Sydney, will take to the field for the Sentebale Polo Cup in support of his charity of the same name. The event has become an important annual fundraising event for Sentebale, ...
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Did Pope Francis smile when he met President Trump? It depends on the picture. All eyes were on the Vatican on Wednesday when Trump, along with members of his family and political inner circle, shared a private audience with the pontiff. Trump had a half hour of the pope's time for a discussion; they also exchanged gifts and posed for pictures. One image in particular, of a grinning Trump next to a stone-faced Pope Francis, has gone viral. The Pope does not look happy to be standing next to Trump, with whom he has publicly feuded in the past. It was noted that Francis has smiled during similar photo-ops with other heads of state, from German Chancellor Angela Merkel to Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to former President Obama. On Wednesday, photos of Obama with a smiley pope
Kate Middleton reveals during visit to Luxembourg that Prince George and Princess Charlotte are learning to ride bikes KATE Middleton has revealed that her children are learning to ride bikes. The Duchess of Cambridge, 35, gave the cute update about Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 2, during a visit to Luxembourg. Prince William’s wife was a guest of honour at a cycling-themed festival in the capital's city centre where she met numerous cyclists. One of the people she spoke to while there was professional cyclist Frank Schleck, who has two daughters. Opening up about their exchange, he told local media: "We talked about how they [children] really appreciate riding a bike. “For kids, it's great because they can exercise and – as long as it's safe – go to school without
The Duchess of Cambridge played the role of supportive big sister as she visited Pippa Middleton at home on Thursday. Kate was spotted leaving her younger sibling's house in West London where the sisters no doubt discussed last-minute wedding plans. Pippa, 33, is set to tie the knot with her fiancé James Matthews, 41, in six weeks. The Duchess kept it casual for her low-key visit, wearing a white cable knit jumper, her favourite black skinny jeans and a pair of white shoes. The sisters' mother Carole Middleton had visited Pippa the day before with milliner Stephen Jones. Inside Kate and Pippa's special relationship Kate, pictured previously, was spotted leaving Pippa's home in west London Last week, Kate and her husband Prince William were invited to dinner at Pippa and James'
The Duchess of Cambridge looked sophisticated in a Missoni coat as she joined Princes William and Harry at a Service of Hope at Westminster Abbey on Wednesday morning. Kate re wore the long black, white and grey Long Snake Stitch Coat from the designer for the service, which was being held to attempt to offer hope rather than being a memorial following the terror attack in London last month. The coat, which features the label's signature zigzag print, retailed at £850 but is no longer available to buy. The Duchess styled the coat with a black hat, tights and court shoes for a formal ensemble. It was not the first time Kate has been spotted in the Missoni ensemble; she first wore the coat to attend the Somme Centenary commemorations in July 2016. Kate and Harry were greeted by the Dea
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Kate Middleton recycles £1,200 suit as she delivers speech on mental health and motherhood KATE Middleton looked stunning in a red co-ord she recycled from last year, as she chatted with a parent support group at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Despite the windy weather in London, the Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the event looking chic in the gingham ensemble. Kate was attending the launch of Maternal Mental Health Films, which have been created by Best Beginnings, a charity partner of Heads Together campaign – something which both Kate and husband Prince William are strong supporters of. At the beginning of her speech, the mum of two, 35, also expressed her sympathy to those affected by the terror attack in Westminster which happened on March 22. "Before I