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Fans outraged at 'leak' of new Beyonce album
Video: Beyoncé hopes people 'wiggle' to her new album (Bang Showbiz)Macklemore suffered addiction relapse during COVID-19 outbreakAdele ‘ecstatic’ to confirm her Las Vegas residency will begin in NovemberDavid Warner dead aged 80 from cancer-related illnessPrince Harry and Duchess Meghan's Montecito mansion ‘targeted in two more intruder scares’Girls Aloud reunite for the first time in nine years in memory of Sarah HardingBritney Spears loved getting to meet actor Taron EgertonSelena Gomez celebrates 30th birthday with Taylor SwiftKid Cudi storms off stage after being hit in the face with a bottleKanye West makes surprise appearance at Rolling LoudIvana Trump’s funeral estimated to have cost at least $152kUlrika Jonsson slams Love Island men for 'misogyny'Jennifer Lopez honeymoons in Paris with new husband Ben AffleckQueen Elizabeth to MISS Commonwealth Games opening ceremony with Prince Charles set to step inPrince George's 9th birthday marked by new portrait taken by mother Kate MiddletonLady Gaga’s choreographer accused of toxic behaviour by 10 dancersThe 'Good Morning Britain' team has sent love to Kate Garraway after her husband Derek Draper was hospitalisedBeyonce, who has scored three number one albums and five number one singles in the UK, has only released one single ahead of release day – the house music-influenced single Break My Soul. It came after she wiped all her social media accounts in June, prompting speculation that new music was on the way.
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Andrew, Harry and Meghan won't appear on Jubilee balcony
Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations: saying that Prince Andrew, Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, won’t be on the palace balcony when the monarch greets the public on June 2.The balcony appearance is a centerpiece moment of many royal celebrations, with the royal family smiling and waving to fans at home and millions watching on television around the world. But the build-up to the ceremonies marking Elizabeth’s 70 years on the throne have been dogged by questions about whether Andrew, Harry and Meghan would be in such a public spotlight amid a sex scandal and family tensions.The queen has now settled the matter, decreeing that only working members of the royal family will join her on the balcony to watch a Royal Air Force fly-past after the traditional military review known as Trooping the Color.”After careful consideration, the queen has decided this year’s traditional Trooping the Color balcony appearance on Thursday 2nd June will be limited to Her Majesty and those members of the royal family who are currently undertaking official public duties on behalf of the queen,’’ the palace said.The decision comes amid a debate over Andrew’s status after he reached a multimillion pound settlement with a woman who accused him of sexual exploitation.
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Prince Harry and Prince William discussed family 'disagreements' in resurfaced video
Prince Harry and Prince William speak about their family dynamics, tensions and "disagreements".The video recorded in 2018 was years before the two royal brothers fractious relationship made headlines.It was also during a more amicable period when Harry, 37, still had his senior royal position and tended to official duties.The clip which dates back to February 2018, sees the duo on stage with their partners Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex - collectively, the two royal pairs were notoriously labelled as the "Fab 4".At the time, fans were stoked to see the two royal couples working together as a team and getting stuck into great causes as they spoke at the Q&A held for their Royal Foundation Forum.In the clip, a member of public quizzed the Fab 4 about whether they "ever have disagreements".The future King, Prince William, can be heard bursting out into hysterics and saying "Ohhhhh yes."With Harry quickly interjecting, adding "healthy disagreements" that "come so thick and fast".He said: "Working with family does have its challenges, but we're stuck together for the rest of our lives."Over the years, with strained relationships, complicated family dynamics and royal politics taking full impact, the once coined title the "Fab 4" appears to be a thing of the past.In 2022, not only have the fab four split in two with Harry and Meghan no longer working with Kate and William, they have also stepped back from their positions as senior royals and have left the UK for America.In his widely anticipated interview with Oprah Winfrey, Harry claimed his brother and father Prince Charles were "trapped" inside the royal family.The prince added that he and his brother had distanced over the years.