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King Charles hires law professor as he prepares to wield axe to monarchy
King Charles III has reportedly hired a law professor as part of his new team to streamline the Royal Family.Charles is said to have hired Dr John Sorabji, a law lecturer at University College London (UCL) and former barrister at Nine St John Chambers, who is reported to be playing a supporting role to the King's private secretary, Sir Clive Alderton, the Daily Mirror reports.According to one source, Dr Sorabji was a "super smart" man and would become a key aspect in "building and strengthening" the King's court.READ MORE: Prince Harry faces tense reunion with royals as 'King will choose Camilla' over sonSources previously claimed that Charles has been preparing for his reign as King for a while now and has taken aim at slimming down the monarchy as a key project.While Charles is focused on his shake-up of the Royal Family, Queen Consort Camilla has plans of her own.A couple of the ladies-in-waiting were to retire following the death of Queen Elizabeth, as they are in their 80s as its predicted that Camilla will get rid of the role of ladies-in-waiting completely.Camilla will look to do away with the long-standing tradition as she aims to modernise the monarchy.Marlene Koenig, a historian who has studied the Royal Family for several years, said: "There are some positions that may no longer be filled.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here."You wonder if the women, especially Queen Camilla, will use ladies-in-waiting as the Queen did.
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Gyles Brandreth admits chatting up Queen Consort Camilla while smoking as a teenager
Lorraine Kelly.During Friday’s visit to the ITV studios, the beloved Scott welcomed viewers back to the show as she discussed the biggest news in the headlines.Alongside a lovely interview with Paul O’Grady, the 62-year-old presenter welcomed the former MP onto the show to discuss his new book A History of Britain in Just A Minute.READ MORE: Dancing on Ice confirms Corrie star Mollie Gallagher as fifth celeb in line-upAs he looked back on some of his fondest memories working on the BBC Radio 4 show – which launched back in the mid 1980s – Gyles recalled the bizarre moment he shared a cigarette with Queen Camilla as a teenager.While he promoted the launch of his new book – which is inspired by his long-standing show – the former politician recalled a hilarious story with the royal during a taping of the show.He told viewers at home: “The subject came up, My Secret Crush, and I suddenly found myself going back to my teenage years and talking about going to boarding school and near the boarding school was this big house.“And I went to this big house because I was having tea there and then in the garden I found this rather attractive girl.“I was 16 she was 17, she was wearing jodhpurs – I was conjuring up all this up in just a minute – smoking her wood vines in the shrubbery.
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Piers Morgan slates Meghan and Harry for 'stealing royal family's thunder' with new photo
Piers Morgan, 57, is known for voicing his opinion on Meghan Markle, 41, and the TalkTV presenter was not letting her latest family picture go unscrutinised.The former Good Morning Britain presenter slated the Duchess of Sussex for "trying to steal the royal family's thunder" due to their photo release happening a mere 48 hours prior.Piers exclaimed: "I’d have bet gargantuan amounts of dollars that within 48 hours of Buckingham Palace releasing a new official photograph of King Charles III, Queen Consort Camilla and the new Prince and Princess of Wales, up would pop the renegade royal grifters with an 'official' photo of their own."He then compared Prince Harry to his brother and future King, Prince William, saying the latter is the "symbol of understated royal power".Whereas he believes Meghan and Harry to be "B-list wannabes pretending to have royal power so they can make money from it".Piers also regularly talks about the royal couple on his TalkTV Uncensored show.The presenter aired his concern last week for King Charles III in regards to his son and Suits actress wife.Piers was joined by author Katie Nicholl and royal writer Tom Bower where they discussed whether there was any way back for Meghan and Harry.The segment came after it was reported that the Duke of Sussex was making edits to his memoir, which could be released in November."It basically boils down to one question, is there any way back for these two?" the host asked.Piers soon turned his attention to Harry and Meghan's royal titles and whether they should be allowed to keep them."Charles is willing to give them their titles which are rightfully theirs," Katie weighed in.