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Prince Harry, Prince William and More Royals Seen at Balmoral Castle Amid Queen Elizabeth's Death
Before the world began mourning the loss of Queen Elizabeth II, who died at 96 years old on Thursday, the monarch's closest royal family members descended upon Balmoral Castle in Scotland to pay their final respects. Newly named King Charles III, who became the reigning monarch following Queen Elizabeth's death, his wife, Camilla, and sister, Princess Anne, arrived at Balmoral early Thursday. Prince William, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and his wife, Sophie, the Countess of Wessex arrived at the Scotland establishment around 5:00 p.m. local time. Following earlier reports of concern for Her Majesty's health, Buckingham Palace announced Queen Elizabeth's death in a statement following her immediate family's arrival at the castle. Her death was announced around 6:30 p.m.«The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon,» Buckingham Palace revealed. «The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow.»Her Majesty is survived by her children, along with eight grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Queen Elizabeth took the throne at 25 years old, and was officially crowned during a 1953 coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
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BREAKING Buckingham Palace statement in full as Queen dies 'peacefully' at Balmoral aged 96
Queen Elizabeth II had reigned over the United Kingdom since 1952 and is the country’s longest-serving monarch.The statement in full from Buckingham Palace following the death of the Queen read: “The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon.“The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow.”The Queen’s funeral will, according to tradition, be a state funeral, a rare honour mostly reserved for the sovereign.The only monarch not to be given a state funeral in the last 295 years was Edward VIII, who abdicated.State funerals have, on rare occasions, by order of the monarch and by a vote in Parliament providing the funds, been held for distinguished figures including Sir Isaac Newton, Lord Nelson, the Duke of Wellington and wartime prime minister Sir Winston Churchill.The last state funeral in the UK was Churchill’s in 1965.The last state funeral for a sovereign was for the Queen’s father, George VI, in 1952.Her death marks the end of the Elizabethan era and is certain to trigger an extended period of national mourning.Prince Charles, her eldest son, now becomes King having held the position of Prince of Wales for the longest period in history. Prince William is now expected to inherit that title.Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, will likely now become the Queen Consort.
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Bulldogs facing UK ban unless breeders help change body features
dog's shortened muzzle, folded skin and squat body causing breathing, eye and skin conditions.Currently the breed, which is synonymous with Britishness and Winston Churchill, only lives to an average age of eight with the study recommending that people "stop and think" before buying them.Bulldogs were found to be 38 times more likely than other dogs to get dermatitis in skin folds, nearly 27 times more likely to get an eye condition called cherry eye, over 24 times more likely to have a jutting lower jaw and ran nearly 20 times the risk of obstructive airways causing breathing problems.Other conditions that are more commonly seen in bulldogs include having a cyst between the toes (13 times more likely), dry eye (12 times), inward eyelids (11.5 times), mange (eight times), foot infections (five times) and a skin infection, wet dermatitis and dermatitis (three times).Originally developed as an athletic and muscular dog for bull-fighting, it is now bred as a show and companion animal with a short skull, protruding jaw, skin folds, and squat, heavy build.The Netherlands and Norway have already restricted the breeding of English Bulldogs in recent years.Study author Dr Dan O'Neill said: “Every dog deserves to be born with equal and good innate health by having a natural ability to breathe freely, blink fully, exercise easily, have healthy flat skin, mate and give birth.
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Germany manager's dad 'suffered heart attack in stadium' during England's iconic 5-1 win
2-0 victory over Germany at Euro 2020 that England fans could stop harking back to memories of Munich in 2001 for a pick-me-up.The Three Lions' emphatic 5-1 victory that day stunned everybody, not least England's fans who'd seen their side beaten by the Germans a whopping 11 times since '66, and such was the shock inside the Olympic Stadium that the father of Germany boss Rudi Voller had a heart attack at half-time.For those perhaps too young (or too drunk at the time) to remember, Carsten Jancker had given Germany the lead inside five minutes, but what followed was one of the most uncharacteristically brilliant fightbacks in English football history.Michael Owen bagged a hattrick, Steven Gerrard blasted one in from long-range and Emile Heskey completed the rout late on as England steamrolled over their greatest rivals, less than a year after being sunk by Germany during the last match ever at the old Wembley.England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson - who had only been in the job a few months - was suddenly being pedestalled alongside Winston Churchill and Admiral Nelson with fans immediately convinced of victory at the following year's World Cup - not that they ever need much encouragement.Which was better - England 2-0 Germany at Euro 2020, or Germany 1-5 England in 2001? Let us know what you think in the comments section.Meanwhile, morale inside Germany's dressing room plunged to an all-time low and legendary goalkeeper Oliver Khan later admitted he feared the despairing squad wouldn't be able to bounce back before Japan and South Korea.How typically German of them to then go and reach the World Cup final while England were knocked out in the quarters.
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