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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.
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'Responsible' Prince George rewarded with treat from mum Kate when he helps with chores
Prince George, who has just turned nine-years-old, does things that are familiar to all children, such as doing chores - and the young royal is rewarded for doing so.Like most children, he also has a few tricks up his sleeve to get what he wants especially from his mother Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge.The future King apparently does a few more chores around the house to earn extra screen time, a source told Us Magazine.READ MORE: Half-naked Tinder snap of 'cop' posing in stab vest sparks police investigationGeorge was also said to be a "hard worker" and very much on top of his game academically and socially."He’s very protective of his younger siblings and goes out of his way to help his mother with the household chores, especially when it earns him extra time on electronics,” the source reported.Besides looking like the spitting image of his father, Prince George is very much a "daddy's boy" and "they've got a ton of the same interests and hobbies in common—even helicopters!”The Cambridge's make no secret for their love of sports as they are often photographed attending a tennis match or a boat race and it seems Prince George is no exception to their love affair with sports.The prince loves football, an interest he shares with his father who has been open about letting his son choose his favourite team rather than influencing those decisions.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here. The young prince has already shown to have taken pride in his role as he was present for the services for Prince Philip, the Queen and even appeared to his first Wimbledon match earlier this month.The Cambridge's first born child turned nine on
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Archie's surname 'caused rift between Queen and Prince Philip' which left Duke fuming
royal surname given to two-year-old Archie Harrison by parents Prince Harry and Meghan Markle once caused a huge rift between the Queen and Prince Philip.Many of the younger members of the Royal Family today have their parent's titles as their surname with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis using the last name of 'Cambridge'. But instead of being called 'Sussex', Archie and Lilibet Diana instead use the Royal Family's 'official' last name of Mountbatten-Windsor.It's a name which resulted from a huge debate when it was officially introduced decades ago, with discussion on the topic even reaching the Houses of Parliament and proving a point of contention behind Buckingham Palace doors for the Queen and Philip.Before marrying then-Princess Elizabeth in 1947, Philip's official title was Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, a name he abandoned in favour of the his grandparent's 'Mountbatten' as he prepared to become Duke of Edinburgh.But many commentators at the time, including Winston Churchill and the Queen's grandmother Queen Mary, stated ahead of the royal nuptials that they wanted Her Majesty to keep the surname 'Windsor' instead of taking her husband's name.In the end she decided to keep the Windsor name intact as per the family's wishes, leaving Philip apparently irritated for several years as their first two children Prince Charles and Princess Anne were born without a trace of of his surname.He reportedly said: "I am nothing but a bloody amoeba.