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King Charles to 'address' future of Prince's Trust as Anna Williamson praises charity
King Charles is preparing to address The Prince's Trust - his charity which he founded four decades ago as he takes on work as Head of State.The charity which helps disadvantaged young people has been known to change the lives of thousands of people at risk of exclusion from school.Since its launch, the organisation has had a string of celebrity ambassadors including Cheryl Tweedy, Gareth Southgate and Hollywood stars Luke Evans and Tom Hardy.READ MORE: Mike Tindall recalls awkward meeting with King Charles after copying wife ZaraCelebs Go Dating star Anna Williamson has also worked alongside the charity for around ten years and had nothing but praise for the work carried out by the then Prince Charles.Now, the Daily Star can exclusively reveal that His Majesty will be looking into The Prince's Trust following his accession to the throne.A spokesperson for the Sovereign told the Daily Star: "This is one of many issues to be addressed as His Majesty takes up his duties across all areas of State, charitable and other commitments in the coming weeks."Meanwhile, Anna told us: "He is now the King, so I do believe, he will still be very much involved in his trust but under a different guise."Obviously, he is the King and no longer the Prince but I do believe that the name will stay the same, from what I know."She added: "I wonder if our interactions will be any more formal because they're actually very informal when I've met him in the past."I wonder within now being the king, whether things will take a slightly more formal twist."Discussing her experiences with the now King and The Prince's Trust, Anna went on to say: "He's a lovely guy and he honestly really cares, the genuine work and effort that he has put into that trust
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Tom Hardy stuns Milton Keynes residents as he enters local jiu-jitsu tournament and wins
Tom Hardy, 45, shocked Milton Keynes residents when he rocked up to compete in a martial arts tournament this weekend.The Dark Knight Rises actor further amazed fans when he won the competition. Tom created quite a buzz when he took part in the Ultimate Martial Arts Championship (UMAC) Brazilian jiu-jitsu Open 2022, at Buckinghamshire town's Oakgrove School.The Mad Max star, who is an accomplished blue belt in Jiu-Jitsu, took home a gold medal after showing off his impressive moves.The actor dressed in a blue jiu-jitsu gi, which at points when opened revealed the many tattoos covering his chest.The star eventually beat his final opponent, securing his victory in the competition by an arm bar submission.A spokesperson for the UMAC told the MK Citizen: "Tom was a really nice guy. “Everyone recognised him but he was very humble and was happy to take time out for people to take photographs with him."It was a real pleasure to have him compete at our event,” the spokesperson added.According to the Daily Mail, Tom secretly arranged to participate in the tournament with the event organisers weeks beforehand.The paper reports event sponsor Sean Rosborough saying: “We found out he was coming probably a couple of weeks before.“He was brilliant. A lot of people were asking for photos, and coming up to him, and he had no problem with that at all. “The mums were all over him.
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EastEnders' Finlay Baker star Ashley Byam's forgotten role in Hollywood blockbuster
EastEnders star Ashley Byam had a forgotten role in a huge Hollywood project.The actor joined the BBC One soap as Mitch Baker's estranged nephew Finlay earlier this year and was quickly thrust into a heartbreaking storyline.Arriving on Albert Square alongside his brother Felix (Matthew Morrison), the sons were left devastated by the sudden passing of their father Avery. READ MORE:EastEnders actor Nick Wilton once starred in naked advert with Gordon RamsayPortrayed by famous musician Omar Lye-Fook, the character died last month shortly after revealing his terminal cancer diagnosis to his brother Mitch following a sudden collapse.Alongside his brother Felix, who performs under the drag name Tara Misu, Finlay look set to stick around Albert Square.Having grown close to Honey Mitchell (Emma Barton), Finlay's relationship with his uncle looks set to be tested as the brothers attempt to set up their own business in Walford.But, where have viewers seen Finlay actor Ashley Byam before?Prior to his soap debut, Ashley landed his first big onscreen role in 2015, starring alongside Tom Hardy in the Kray Twins biopic Legend.A year later, he was cast alongside blockbuster names in The Legend of Tarzan.Directed by Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts filmmaker David Yates, the movie starred Alexander Skarsgård, Margot Robbie, Samuel L.
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Mad Max: Furiosa director George Miller ‘tests positive for Covid’ shutting down production for a week
Production on the latest Mad Max movie Furiosa has reportedly shut down after director George Miller tested positive for Covid. The multi-million dollar blockbuster, which is the fifth instalment in the Mad Max franchise, sees Thor actor Chris Hemsworth play antagonist Immortan Joe as well, while War and Peace actor Tom Burke will star as Dr Dementus alongside The Queen’s Gambit actress Anya Taylor-Joy in the title role of Imperator Furiosa.It’s both a spin-off and prequel to 2015’s Fury Road which starred Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron. Filming has been well underway with Marvel star Hemsworth, 38, spotted in costume on set in the Kurnell area of Sydney, Australia last month after production started in June. However, it’s now claimed that filming has been halted until at least August 15. It’s said that the film’s legendary filmmaker Miller, who has directed the Max Max movies since the series began in the 1970s, tested positive for Covid on Monday. According to Daily Mail Australia, the 77-year-old is currently isolating at his home in Sydney. Miller created the Max Max franchise in 1979 with the first movie starring Mel Gibson in the titular role, and went on to helm the next three, including 1981’s The Road Warrior.
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