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King Charles gives David Beckham a job as pair seen in hysterics by Rod Stewart's 'fingers' gag - www.ok.co.uk - London
ok.co.uk
12.06.2024 / 09:13

King Charles gives David Beckham a job as pair seen in hysterics by Rod Stewart's 'fingers' gag

Sir Rod Stewart had a right laugh with King Charles and David Beckham at a star-studded event in London on Tuesday evening.The celebs were out in force for The King's Foundation Awards at St James’s Palace, where Charles, who has been cutting back on Royal duties since his cancer diagnosis, got to meet some of the famous attendees. At one point, Rod had Charles and Becks in fits of laughter with a cheeky gag.The 79 year old rocker was seen making a funny gesture that had the King and Beckham chuckling away.

Kevin Spacey implies King Charles reached out amid sex scandal: ‘I don’t want to drag him into all this’ - nypost.com - Britain - USA - Hollywood
nypost.com
11.06.2024 / 19:47

Kevin Spacey implies King Charles reached out amid sex scandal: ‘I don’t want to drag him into all this’

The former “House of Cards” star told Piers Morgan on Tuesday about his relationship with Charles, 75, who knighted Spacey the year before the actor’s fall from grace in Hollywood.Morgan, 59, asked Spacey if Charles reached out to him when the sexual assault allegations broke in 2017, and Spacey said, “No, I haven’t heard from him directly, no.”“But through other people?” Morgan asked.“That may be true,” Spacey said. Morgan pressed Spacey on if the British monarch sent him a message at the height of the scandal.

King Charles’ New Portrait Was Just Vandalized! LOOK! - perezhilton.com - London
perezhilton.com
11.06.2024 / 17:09

King Charles’ New Portrait Was Just Vandalized! LOOK!

King Charles III‘s portrait is no longer looking so satanic!

King Charles Renews BFI Patronage - deadline.com - Britain - London
deadline.com
11.06.2024 / 08:57

King Charles Renews BFI Patronage

King Charles has retained his patronage of the British Film Institute. 

Princess Diana’s brother Charles Spencer hires the same divorce lawyer King Charles used: report - nypost.com - Britain - Egypt - county Andrew
nypost.com
10.06.2024 / 19:39

Princess Diana’s brother Charles Spencer hires the same divorce lawyer King Charles used: report

the Times. Spencer, 60, is reportedly being represented by Fiona Shackleton as he gets legally divorced from his third wife, Karen Spencer.The 9th Earl Spencer announced the split after 13 years of marriage on Saturday. Known as the “steel magnolia” of lawyers, Shackleton, 68, was hired by the king (formerly Prince Charles) after he separated from Diana in 1992.

Royal fans divided over Queen Camilla's missed 'opportunity' during D-Day visit - www.ok.co.uk - France
ok.co.uk
10.06.2024 / 16:31

Royal fans divided over Queen Camilla's missed 'opportunity' during D-Day visit

A clip of Queen Camilla "backing away" from another state figurehead has left royal fans fuming.The queen was snapped with Brigitte Macron last week at a D-Day memorial service.The pair laid a wreath together and as they walked away, the French president's wife reached for the Queen's hand.The potentially tender moment ended awkwardly as Camilla backed away from Mrs Macron, appearing to refuse the sweet gesture. Taking to X (formerly Twitter), royal fans were polarised by the video.

King Charles and Prince William’s ‘rivalry’ is in ‘the past’ after D-Day ceremonies: report - nypost.com - Britain - France
nypost.com
10.06.2024 / 02:01

King Charles and Prince William’s ‘rivalry’ is in ‘the past’ after D-Day ceremonies: report

mark 80 years since D-Day in Normandy, France, a friend of the king’s told the Sunday Times on June 9 that the father-son duo have an extremely healthy relationship at the moment as they lead the monarchy. “If there was ever a green-eyed monster or a sense of rivalry between the two, that is a chapter of the past,” said the friend.“The King sees his son as a useful ally on family matters and increasingly in discharging the duties of nation and state,” they continued.

Queen Camilla issues six-word update on King Charles' cancer - www.ok.co.uk - London
ok.co.uk
08.06.2024 / 22:09

Queen Camilla issues six-word update on King Charles' cancer

Queen Camilla has said that King Charles is "doing fine" but is a bit of a rebel and "he won't slow down and won't do what he's told". She revealed these bits of information during her arrival at the second annual Queen's Reading Room Literary Festival held at Hampton Court Palace on Saturday 8 June, where she had a discussion with the thriller author, Lee Child.

King Charles had 'cancer treatment 24 hours before' his moving D-Day speech - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - France - city Omaha
dailyrecord.co.uk
08.06.2024 / 17:59

King Charles had 'cancer treatment 24 hours before' his moving D-Day speech

King Charles has been revealed to have led the D-Day commemorations in Normandy, a mere 24 hours after undergoing cancer treatment in hospital.

King Charles misses event over health, as Prince William 'steps up' to fill role - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - France - London - USA - city Portsmouth - city Omaha
dailyrecord.co.uk
06.06.2024 / 20:05

King Charles misses event over health, as Prince William 'steps up' to fill role

Prince William 'stepped up' for King Charles at a poignant D-Day event on Thursday, after it was deemed "a step too far" for the King to attend amid his ongoing cancer treatment.

Queen Camilla awkwardly snubs France’s First Lady Brigitte Macron’s attempt to hold her hand - nypost.com - Britain - France
nypost.com
06.06.2024 / 18:33

Queen Camilla awkwardly snubs France’s First Lady Brigitte Macron’s attempt to hold her hand

for an event commemorating D-Day, marking the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, France. Their husbands, King Charles, 75, and President Macron, 46, were also present.

Prince William leads D-Day ceremony as he steps in for cancer-stricken King Charles - nypost.com - France - city Omaha
nypost.com
06.06.2024 / 12:09

Prince William leads D-Day ceremony as he steps in for cancer-stricken King Charles

lead the commemorative D-Day ceremony in honor of the 80th anniversary of the historic landings.The Prince of Wales, 41, touched down at Juno Beach in Normandy, France, Thursday morning where he met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and French Prime Minister Gabriel Attal.Normally, the King would be expected to attend the poignant events of the day, but as Charles is continuing his cancer treatment, his son — and the heir to the throne — is deputizing for him.Palace sources confirmed that Charles would be missing the international ceremony on the advice of doctors who are carefully monitoring his schedule.William is set to join forces with President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron at the Omaha Beach event later in the day.Sources said that Charles is “delighted” that his son was able to step in for him on such an important occasion.“While His Majesty’s doctors are very encouraged with the progress made so far, the King is continuing with his treatment program — and thus we have to prioritize and protect his continued recovery,” an insider told the Mirror.“On that basis, each event/ day has to be carefully calibrated — and given the King’s other commitments on the day, it was advised that the international event later in the afternoon may be a step too far at this stage.”“He is of course delighted that the Prince of Wales will be attending to represent the nation,” the source added.Earlier Thursday, William attended the Canadian commemorative ceremony at the Juno Beach Center at Courseulles-sur-Mer, France.Proudly wearing five medals strapped to his chest, the future King delivered a poignant speech, saying he was “honored” to be there to pay respects to “the bravery and sacrifice of the Canadian

King Charles 'solves Prince Harry and Prince Andrew problems' with one firm decision - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - USA - California - county Windsor
dailyrecord.co.uk
06.06.2024 / 10:13

King Charles 'solves Prince Harry and Prince Andrew problems' with one firm decision

King Charles has "solved several problems at once" with his decisive action regarding Frogmore Cottage, according to a royal expert.

King Charles 'pulls out of international event' amid cancer battle as Prince William 'stands in' - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - France - city Omaha
ok.co.uk
06.06.2024 / 09:55

King Charles 'pulls out of international event' amid cancer battle as Prince William 'stands in'

King Charles is set to be represented by the Prince of Wales at a D-Day event for the first time since he began his treatment for cancer. Appearing on ITV's Lorraine, The Mirror's Royal Editor Russell Myers confirmed that The King is attending the British memorial in Normandy on Thursday morning, 6 June, as part of the D-Day commemorations, but will not be attending the international event with world leaders on Omaha Beach later in the afternoon.

The sweet and powerful reason Queen Camilla wore pink to D-Day anniversary event - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - France
ok.co.uk
06.06.2024 / 06:23

The sweet and powerful reason Queen Camilla wore pink to D-Day anniversary event

Queen Camilla turned heads in a stunning pink ensemble as she attended the UK's national memorial service marking the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings on Wednesday June 5.The 76 year old Royal stood out amidst a sea of dark suits and military uniforms, opting for a pale pink coat dress and stylish hat in the same vibrant shade. She was seen paying her respects alongside her husband King Charles and stepson Prince William at the poignant event on June 5.Typically, the Royal family dons black or other dark shades for remembrance services, such as when they lay wreaths at the Cenotaph every Remembrance Sunday to honour fallen soldiers.

Fergie shuts down GMB's Martin Lewis over King Charles and Prince Andrew 'feud' question - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - county Andrew
ok.co.uk
05.06.2024 / 22:21

Fergie shuts down GMB's Martin Lewis over King Charles and Prince Andrew 'feud' question

Sarah Ferguson found herself in a slightly awkward situation on Wednesday's Good Morning Britain when she faced probing questions about Prince Andrew's alleged tiff with King Charles III. Fergie, 64, joined Susanna Reid and Martin Lewis on the morning show on 5 June to discuss her recent health scares, having been diagnosed with skin cancer this year following her breast cancer treatment. The Duchess of York discussed her journey to recovery and even her wish to join the cast of Netflix's hit series Bridgerton.

Prince William steps out without Kate to join King Charles, Queen Camilla for D-Day anniversary ceremony - nypost.com - Britain - city Portsmouth
nypost.com
05.06.2024 / 14:47

Prince William steps out without Kate to join King Charles, Queen Camilla for D-Day anniversary ceremony

the historic D-Day Landings.The Prince of Wales, 41, stepped out with his father, 75, and stepmother, 76, in Portsmouth, south of England, on Wednesday to mark the poignant occasion.However, one beloved royal was notably out of action — Kate Middleton.The Princess of Wales, 42, is still continuing her cancer treatment behind closed doors — and is not expected to return to royal duties anytime soon.Instead, William — the heir to the throne — represented the both of them at the ceremony, at which he wore a total of five medals, including the Great Master of The Most Honorable Order of the Bath, which marked the first time he has worn it.His other medals included the Queen’s Golden Jubilee medal, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medal, the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee medal and the Coronation medal.William gave a poignant speech at the ceremony, sharing that he was “deeply honored” to join veterans from the Normandy landing.“We will always remember those who served and those who waved them off,” he said. “The mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters, sons and daughters who watched their loved ones go into battle, unsure if they would ever return.”“Today we remember the bravery of those who crossed this sea to liberate Europe.

‘The Traitors’ Season 3 cast includes King Charles’ second cousin — and Britney Spears’ ex - nypost.com - Britain - Scotland
nypost.com
05.06.2024 / 14:47

‘The Traitors’ Season 3 cast includes King Charles’ second cousin — and Britney Spears’ ex

revealed by host Alan Cumming on Wednesday.The group includes King Charles III’s second cousin, Lord Ivar Mountbatten, and Britney Spears’ ex, Sam Asghari. Stars from “Survivor,” “The Real Housewives,” “Big Brother” and “The Bachelor” will also compete on the upcoming season.Here’s the full cast:Cumming, 59, revealed the 21-person cast one by one on the Today show virtually from the castle in Scotland where the show is filmed.“The new season of ‘The Traitors’ cast is unlocked at last,” he said.

Camilla's tears after King Charles and Prince William's heartbreakingly emotional speeches on D-Day - www.ok.co.uk - France
ok.co.uk
05.06.2024 / 13:23

Camilla's tears after King Charles and Prince William's heartbreakingly emotional speeches on D-Day

Prince William made a moving speech as he marked the upcoming 80th anniversary of D-Day on Wednesday, 5 June alongside King Charles and Queen Camilla, who could be seen looking teary-eyed. Prince William, who recently paid tribute to former Rugby League player Rob Burrow, headed to Portsmouth for the commemorative D-Day event where he spoke of the “bravery” and “strength” displayed by veterans.

Snubbed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry not invited to King Charles’ Trooping the Colour - nypost.com - Britain - London - California - Nigeria - county Charles
nypost.com
04.06.2024 / 19:45

Snubbed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry not invited to King Charles’ Trooping the Colour

People confirmed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not invited to this year’s annual celebration of the British monarch’s birthday. The event is set for June 15 in London. This is the second time the couple has been snubbed, as they were also not invited last year, which was the inaugural year that Trooping the Colour happened during King Charles’ reign.

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