Elizabeth Ii: Last News

prince Andrew - Elizabeth Ii - Margaret Princessmargaret - Royal Family - Princess Margaret's alleged affair with cockney gangster famed for 'penis pint trick' - dailystar.co.uk
Princess Margaret's alleged affair with cockney gangster famed for 'penis pint trick'
Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Margaret was said to have been involved in an affair with gangster John Bindon.But beyond Bindon's rumoured connections to the Richardson Gang and the Kray twins, he also had quite a stunning party trick that allegedly garnered him the name "Big John".READ MORE: Chilling 'Michael Myers' sighting solved as masked man with bloody knife tackled by copsThe rather strange party trick would utilise Bindon's penis and a collection of half-pint glasses in a display that likely would not be best received in the company of members of the Royal Family.But Princess Margaret, who died in 2002, was apparently head over heels for Bindon, with the pair's alleged fling taking place in the 1970s.Bindon, a performer who appeared in feature films Get Carter and Performance, was said to have been able to balance five half-pint glasses from his manhood.A short-lived romance between Margaret and Bindon is said to have erupted, happening after the mobster and movie actor spent three weeks at her home in the Caribbean. Bindon's ex and also coincidentally the ex of Prince Andrew, Vicki Hodge, alleges she was on the trip with John at the time of his and Margaret's affair.She said of the affair: "John told me he had sex with Princess Margaret the first time he went to Mustique.
prince Harry - Meghan Markle - Omid Scobie - James Corden - Piers Morgan - Jeremy Clarkson - Elizabeth Ii - Royal Family - Queen Elizabeth Ii - 'Lose it big': Jeremy Clarkson warns Meghan Markle will ‘lose war’ against Royal Family - express - Scotland - USA
'Lose it big': Jeremy Clarkson warns Meghan Markle will ‘lose war’ against Royal Family
Jeremy Clarkson, 62, penned an impassioned rant, following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's attendance at the Queen's funeral.The Clarkson's Farm star also warned Meghan she would lose the "war" against the royals.The former Top Gear favourite furiously took aim at the former Suits star in his column last month.Jeremy said he believed Meghan and Harry are attempting to build a "new royal family" in the USA.He pointed to cases when Harry had been filmed on a bus with James Corden, documenting his new life stateside.However, he also argued that the Queen and her family were a more formidable force to be reckoned with than Meghan might have bargained for."Meghan, my dear, to use the sort of language you Americans understand: 'You’re gonna lose this war with our Royal Family. And you’re gonna lose it big'," he wrote in The Sun.He jokingly claimed he was not about to turn into an "obsessed" Piers Morgan after he addressed the Duchess of Sussex.He also quizzed why the US-based pair hadn't arrived at Balmoral until hours after the Queen's death - but it was later reported the Duke of Sussex was expected to travel to Scotland alone to be by his grandmother's side.Jeremy also questioned why Harry had arrived solo after it was previously reported Meghan would be joining her husband on the journey."Were you being a nuisance somehow - or were you too upset to go?" he continued in his address to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.However, a source had shared an update on the Sussexes' travel plans at the time.Royal correspondent, Omid Scobie said in a previous tweet: "A source has [stated] that only Prince Harry has made the trip up to Balmoral.
Prince Harry - Elizabeth Ii - Charles Iii III (Iii) - Panicked Prince Harry is 'desperate to make late changes to £17m memoir' - dailystar.co.uk
Panicked Prince Harry is 'desperate to make late changes to £17m memoir'
Prince Harry is reportedly desperate to make last-minute changes to his memoir, which is set to release in just over a month.The bombshell tell-all autobiography penned by the Duke of Sussex is said to be worrying the author, with the worry that some sections "might not look so good".Harry appears to be worried over the impact the release of his book will have so soon after the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, one royal expert has claimed.READ MORE: Prince Harry was 'addicted to Twitter' and fighting media 'long before he met Meghan' Worries about dealing damage to members of the Royal Family including his father King Charles III could prove troublesome for the upcoming release. Reports indicate that the Duke of Sussex received an advance of half the £35million deal before the print and release of his book, but it appears the royal has cold feet.A source speaking to The Sun on Sunday said: "The publishers paid $20million up front because they knew whatever was written would be huge for sales and exposure all around the world."But the first draft they received was disappointing as it was a bit too emotional and focused far more on mental health issues than they wanted."Eventually, the final draft has been finished and signed off and a lot of money and energy has been spent to make sure it comes out this year."That same source continued: "But Harry has thrown a spanner in the works as he is desperate to get it refined in the light of the Queen’s death, her funeral and his father Charles taking the throne."There may be things which might not look so good if they come out so soon after the Queen’s death and his dad becoming King."He wants sections changed.
queen Philip - Charles - Elizabeth Ii - Rarely-seen 'hot' royal pays tribute to 'remarkable' Queen for helping relatives - dailystar.co.uk - Britain - Greece
Rarely-seen 'hot' royal pays tribute to 'remarkable' Queen for helping relatives
Queen.It comes on the day the world gathered for the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth II who died on September 8, aged 96, at her beloved home, Balmoral.Over the course of her life and reign, several of Her Majesty's relatives and extended family have expressed their gratitude to her – often sharing touching stories about her.READ MORE: From Page 3 models to reality stars: Celebrities who dated and married royaltyNow, Achileas of Greece, 22, who is the third cousin twice removed of the Queen has shared an insight into his life growing up surrounded by members of those closest to the Queen and Prince Philip.Taking to Instagram, The Bold and the Beautiful actor said: "On the eve of HM the Queen’s funeral, and as the UK is about to fall silent as a nation in her memory, I want to express my own and my family's sadness at her loss, but joy and gratitude for her life."She was the most remarkable public servant of recent world history, as will be testified by those attending and viewing her funeral tomorrow."He went on to add: "And on a more personal level, tales of her wonderful yet characteristic kindness have always been handed down to me by my father and grandfather who remembers how she welcomed and supported my family when they arrived in England."Our heartfelt wishes and prayers are with King Charles and his family. God bless the Queen.
prince Philip - Charles - Elizabeth Ii - Royal Family - Charles Iii III (Iii) - 'Stylish' King Charles will 'finally' be honoured for his impeccable fashion - dailystar.co.uk - Britain
'Stylish' King Charles will 'finally' be honoured for his impeccable fashion
King Charles III will no longer be "overshadowed" in the fashion department as he inherits the throne, says celebrity and editorial fashion stylist Ellis Ranson.Since the passing of his mother Queen Elizabeth II, King Charles has been the centre of public and media attention.But stylist Ellis thinks this will also be a time where people will focus on his dress sense and fashionable choices a lot more.READ MORE: Queen to be buried with Prince Philip as monarch's funeral plan announced in fullTalking exclusively to Daily Star, she said: "While previously often overshadowed when it comes to style by other members of the Royal Family, we can now finally take a moment to notice just how stylish our King really is."Whether it is a tailored jacket, a double-breasted suit or beautiful knitwear the King’s pieces promote traditional British style and good quality whilst looking seemingly effortless."The stylist also thinks King Charles' passion for sustainability will also be bought to the forefront.She continued: "In addition, before sustainability became the trend it is now, the King has always been an advocate for it, stating that he only mixes up his style and wardrobe every 25 years proving the quality of the pieces he finds and enjoys wearing."This new style will filter out and we will see more men smartening up and taking more care in their wardrobes."It’s clear King Charles dresses not only for his role, but for himself, and his love of the craftsmanship of good quality pieces."She finished off by saying: "The attention to detail is what we will begin to notice over the next few months, alike the Queen the pocket square and tie are all so perfectly styled together and we will see him wearing colour as well as the more