King Charles III is seriously shaking things up in the royal family!
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according to The Hollywood Reporter. “I am absolutely devastated to say that my eldest son Nick is critically ill,” the 74-year-old said in a statement.
“As my friends and family know, he has been fighting gastric cancer for the last 18 months and Nick is now hospitalized.”Nicholas Lloyd Webber is a Grammy-nominated composer who is known for his work on the British show “Love, Lies and Records” and the film “The Last Stop.” Alongside his father, the eldest child served as producer on the original cast album of “Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella” in 2021 which earned him the nomination.“We are all praying that Nick will turn the corner,” his father’s statement continued. “He is bravely fighting with his indomitable humor, but at the moment my place is with him and the family.”The “Cats” composer was set to be in New York City this week to attend the opening night of “Bad Cinderella” — a reworked version of the 2021 musical — but revealed that he would not attend due to his son’s condition.
“I will not be able to cheer on its wonderful cast, crew and orchestra on Opening Night,” said Lloyd Webber revealing his son’s illness was also why he was not at any of the show’s previews. The opening of the show comes as Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical “The Phantom of the Opera” ends its legendary run on Broadway in April.
Lloyd Webber also revealed that he was helping write the music for the coronation of King Charles which is scheduled to take place on May 6. “I have scored it for the Westminster Abbey choir and organ, the ceremonial brass and orchestra.
I hope my anthem reflects this joyful occasion,” said Lloyd Webber. Webber’s “Bad Cinderella” is a modern retelling of the classic fairytale that is told through the lens of.
King Charles III is seriously shaking things up in the royal family!
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s eviction from Frogmore Cottage will be “just the start” of King Charles’ plans to modernise the monarchy, sources have said. The King is said to be carrying out a shake-up of The Firm that will see more royals funding and fending for themselves.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's eldest son Nicholas has been moved to a hospice where he is "battling" his gastric cancer.The Oscar-winning composer, 75, revealed via Instagram today that 43 year old Nick is "over the worst of this first bout of pneumonia" which he caught as a result of his "ghastly" condition. Andrew, who wrote the music for hit shows like Cats, The Phantom of the Opera and Jesus Christ Superstar, said in a video to his 227,000 followers: "We’re all here and the family here has gathered around and it was the right place for us all to be I think." The musical theatre legend subsequently thanked the people of Ukraine who'd sent him a Cats T-shirt following the announcement that his son was "critically ill".
Royal photographer Arthur Edwards is speaking out about his over four-decade long career photographing the UK royal family.
The Coronation of King Charles will take place at Westminster Abbey in just under six weeks, and the final stage of planning is well underway with reports revealing which royals will take a prominent role in the historic ceremony. It's been 70 years since the last coronation, that of the late Queen Elizabeth II, meaning it's the first time that many in the country will have seen such a spectacle.
King Charles "punished" Prince Harry and Prince Andrew by evicting them from their royal residencies, an American author has claimed. Christopher Andersen, who wrote the book The King: The Life of Charles III, said the decision was to "economise" but also to discipline the pair.
King Charles has reflected on the “profound loss” of Queen Elizabeth II as he embraced a 17th century royal tradition to mark his reign. The 74 year old monarch received the “privileged bodies” – a group of 27 of the nation’s leading organisations and corporations – all of which presented addresses reaffirming their loyalty to the monarch in person in the Ballroom of Buckingham Palace in a ceremony on Thursday.The privileged bodies are described by the palace as “culturally significant organisations and institutions that reflect the United Kingdom’s diverse society”.
It's thought King Charles could ban Prince Andrew from wearing ceremonial robes at his Coronation ceremony this Spring - just days after evicting Prince Harry and Meghan Mackle from Frogmore Cottage - so he could move in. It's claimed the Duke of York is furious about being kept in the dark over the decision in whether he can dress in the grand velvet robes.
Prince William and Kate could be handed the 30-room Royal Lodge on the Windsor Estate, which is currently occupied by Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson - and we want to know what you think. King Charles is reportedly trying to ‘downgrade’ the Duke of York to Frogmore Cottage instead, which Andrew is said to be resisting.
Piers Morgan, host of "Piers Morgan Uncensored" on FOX Nation, sounded off on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for their reaction after being invited to King Charles III's coronation. On "Fox & Friends" Monday, Morgan said the two may attend the event only in order to profit from it in any upcoming books or documentaries. PIERS MORGAN: Charles has been magnanimous.
King Charles has invited Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to his Coronation but according to reports the couple are yet to decide whether they will attend. Speculation has been rife as to whether the couple, who stepped down as working royals in 2020, would get an official invitation to the May Coronation following months of scathing attacks on the family.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to be offered Prince Andrew's old Buckingham Palace apartment, following their eviction from Frogmore Cottage, according to reports. The offer is said to be an olive branch from King Charles, after the couple confirmed that they had been given notice to vacate Frogmore Cottage, which was gifted to them by the late Queen in 2019.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “look happy” but there is still resentment between them and the Royal Family that needs resolving, a royal expert has revealed. Former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond, speaking exclusively to OK!, said that while the Duke and Duchess appear to be settled in the US, there is a ‘lot that needs to be said’ between the couple and the estranged members of The Firm. Relations have been strained between the Sussexes and the Royal Family following the bombshell claims made in Harry’s book Spare and the couple’s controversial Netflix documentary.
King Charles went ‘directly against the Queen’s style’ and made a ‘big mistake’ by evicting Harry and Meghan from Frogmore Cottage, a royal expert said. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex this week confirmed that they had been asked to vacate their UK home on the Windsor estate - which was gifted to them by the late Queen Elizabeth II after they tied the knot in 2018.
King Charles has sent an emotional message to the President of Greece to express his sorrow over an “appalling” train crash in the country. More than 40 people died after a passenger train and freight train collided near the city of Larissa in northern Greece, in one of the country's worst rail accidents.The first four carriages of the passenger train were derailed and the first two caught fire, leaving them almost completely destroyed.
A royal expert has claimed that King Charles has made a "big mistake" by evicting Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from Frogmore Cottage and reportedly offering it to Prince Andrew.
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King Charles III makes his official ascent to the throne, but the afterparty is shaping up to be anything but epic.According to reports, a long list of British A-listers, ranging from Elton John and Ed Sheeran to Harry Styles and Adele — even the Spice Girls — have declined invitations to perform at the big bash.And while John and Styles are said to have declined due to scheduling conflicts, as the Sun reported on Feb. 25, experts say it’s no wonder so many others have given firm no’s to The Firm.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle won’t recoup the £2.4m they paid for renovations to Frogmore Cottage after their eviction, a royal expert has said. Former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond, speaking exclusively to OK!, said that the monetary loss would be “a bit more punishment” for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex following the revelations in Harry’s book Spare. Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, paid back £2.4m of taxpayers' money spent on renovating Frogmore Cottage, their UK home, after the pair stepped back from senior royal duties in 2020.
Things are not looking so good for those hoping for a quick reconciliation between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with his family.