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'Bridgerton' Spinoff About Queen Charlotte Gets Official Title: See First Look (Exclusive)
Queen Charlotte! Netflix's spinoff series centered on the monarch has an official title, and only ET has the exclusive details the very first look. The anticipated prequel drama, which introduces India Amarteifio as the young queen, will be titled . In the official first photo (see below), which ET exclusively debuts, Amarteifio steps into the shoes of Queen Charlotte in a long-sleeved, corseted cream gown, draped by a light gray hooded cape as she adorns an elaborate crown on her head matched with priceless jewels for earrings.Though she looks fit to reign over England, her pensive facial expression as she steps into a palatial setting will leave fans wondering as she looks off to the side.During Saturday's virtual Tudum event for Netflix, viewers got a taste of young Queen Charlotte in action in a first look clip from the prequel.In the clip, as young Charlotte (Amarteifio) attempts to climb up a flower-adorned wall, young George (Mylchreest) catches her in the act and is bemused by her awkward situation. As she maintains that she's «not doing anything,» even though she very much is — a point George continuously brings up — Charlotte finally gives in, telling him she's trying to find the best way to climb over the wall.«Whatever for?» George curiously asks.«Because I think he may be a beast or a troll,» Charlotte answers, referring to the king, whom she does not know she's speaking to.
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What Prince Harry, Prince William said to each other at Queen’s funeral: lip reader
Queen Elizabeth’s funeral on Monday after some time away amid rumors of tensions.Now, a lip reader revealed what the clashing bros have said to each other during the elaborate service.Oral translator Jacqui Press told Daily Mail that she saw the two having a conversation at about 4:20 p.m. Monday in St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle for the late monarch’s committal service.The new Prince of Wales, 40, appeared to allow Harry, 38, and his wife Meghan Markle to go into the church pew first.The Duke of Sussex allegedly asked him: “Shall we go through first?” William was standing by the pew entrance.William nodded “yes” before telling his wife Kate Middleton to “let them go through first.”Middleton, 40, said “OK,” as Harry and Markle, 41, strolled past her and her children Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7.The Fab Four had also managed to avoid an awkward reunion as Charlotte and George separated the adults and seemingly barred them from public interaction.Earlier that morning, for the funeral procession at Westminster Abbey, Harry and the “Suits” actress were reportedly snubbed, seated in the second row behind the royal family.Queen Elizabeth reigned for 70 years and was head of state for the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth Realms.She passed away on Sept.
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Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s 'unusual' name for Camilla – and it’s not granny
Royal Family can appear stuffy with all the formal titles and dukedoms to remember.But, according to royal experts, “The Firm” are just like any other family when it comes to their nicknames for each other.Prince Philip was known to famously call the Queen, his wife of 73 years, “cabbage” — an English take on the French phrase for saying “my darling”.The French say “mon petit chou,” which translates literally to “my little cabbage”.Even the youngest in the family have kept up the tradition of having fun names for their relatives, with Prince George and Princess Charlotte known to have pet names for their elders.Here is a look at some of the names they adopted when they were younger.The children of Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Prince and Princess of Wales, are said to have their own cute nicknames for the royal elders.According to royal experts, the three children are constantly told stories about their "Granny Diana" — William and Harry’s mother who tragically died in a Paris car crash in 1997.In a nod to his former title, they refer to King Charles III as “Grandpa Wales".The nickname follows the same format as the Queen used for her grandad George V, who she referred to as Grandad England.Queen Consort Camilla married the-then Prince Charles in 2005, having both been married before and subsequently divorced.Camilla has five grandchildren of her own stemming from her two children's relationships.She also has her step-grandchildren, William and Kate's children George, Charlotte and Louis, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s little ones, Archie and Lilibet.Shortly after the birth of Prince George, the 75-year-old told the Daily Mail: "My own grandchildren call me GaGa."I don’t know if it’s because they think I
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Prince George 'wipes away tears' at Queen's funeral in heartbreaking scenes
Prince George was seen wiping tears inside Westminster Abbey having walked alongside his father Prince William at the Queen's funeral.The nine-year-old joined his younger sister, Princess Charlotte, and other members of the Royal Family as part of a procession as they walked in Westminster Abbey.When they arrived at their seats, George was seen appearing to get emotional and was seen wiping tears from his face.READ MORE: Fears for Charlotte and George following Queen's coffin after Harry's haunting claimThe moment was spotted by viewers, who shared their thoughts on social media.One said: "Little Prince George wiping away tears."Another commented: "Prince George is crying." "A beauty service so far, the first glimpse of Prince George and I started crying," a third added.George has accompanied his parents to numerous engagements over the last year, with Charlotte and younger brother Prince Louis making appearances during the Queen’s jubilee.At the end of the service, George and Charlotte will leave the ceremony in a procession behind the coffin once more - walking with their parents as they leave the Abbey.They will later join their parents along with the other royals and the 800-strong congregation at the committal service in St George's Chapel in Windsor.World leaders including US president Joe Biden and French president Emmanuel Macron and other top foreign dignitaries were invited to the funeral, in what was described by some as the "reception of the century".READ NEXT:
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Prince George and Princess Charlotte will attend funeral for great-grandmother the Queen
Prince George and Princess Charlotte will attend the Queen’s state funeral, the order of service has revealed.Kate Middleton and Prince William will be joined by George, nine, and Charlotte, seven, as well as 2,000 people in Westminster Abbey tomorrow (September 19).The Prince and Princess of Wales’ children will join their mother and father to personally pay their respects to their late great-grandmother.READ MORE: Harry and Meghan 'learned they weren't invited to King's state reception in the press’George has accompanied his parents to numerous engagements over the last year, with Charlotte and younger brother Prince Louis making appearances during the Queen’s jubilee.The young royals will walk through the gothic church with the Royal Family, in procession behind the Queen’s coffin as it is carried by the military bearer party.Their grandfather King Charles with the Queen Consort will process immediately behind the coffin, followed by the Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, then the Duke of York, followed by the Earl and Countess of Wessex, and then the Prince and Princess of Wales.George and Charlotte, who called the Queen “Gan Gan”, will be together, behind their parents, walking side-by-side in formation, followed by their uncle and aunt the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and other members of the royal family.The second and third in line to the throne are also expected to be at the committal service in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle afterwards.The prince and princess’ four-year-old brother Louis is not set to be there.
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