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Why Pippa Middleton and mum Carole were once refused entry from Wimbledon's Royal Box
Duchess of Cambridge, it's no surprise that Pippa Middleton and her mum Carole are usually treated to VIP seats in the Royal Box or the players' box at Wimbledon.READ: Why Zara and Mike Tindall once shunned the Royal Box at WimbledonHowever, the mother-daughter duo were once relegated to standard seats back in 2017 when they arrived too late for Andy Murray's match against Benoit Paire. Kate's younger sister and mother were pictured sitting separately, just outside of the players' box, which is usually reserved for athletes and their families, and VIP guests. WATCH: Kate Middleton's flawless courtside style at WimbledonThe change of seating plan didn't dampen Pippa and Carole's spirits, as the tennis lovers were pictured chatting and laughing after the match with a few of Pippa's friends.READ: Carole Middleton surprises as she wears same dress as daughter KateSHOP: 13 best tennis outfits for women this summerIn 2015, Lewis Hamilton lost his place in Wimbledon's Royal Box after falling foul of the strict dress code, which requires men to wear a jacket and tie.  Carole Middleton and daughter Pippa arrived late to a Wimbledon match in 2017The Formula One champion, who wore a flowery shirt, was turned away from the men's singles final match owing to an "unfortunate misunderstanding regarding the dress code at Wimbledon," his spokesperson said.SEE: Emma Raducanu's most stylish momentsPippa's older sister Kate, 40, also previously revealed that she was once "banned" from Wimbledon.
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Bear Grylls praises 'close' pal Prince William after hinting at collab with Meghan & Harry
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as he films the latest series of his programme, Running Wild.Speaking exclusively to, the explorer didn't hold back as he gushed over the royal family and his close pal Prince William for their conservation efforts.Bear said: "So I think all the royal family are incredible like that and super dialled in to the conservation stuff."Prince William and myself are very closely involved with a conservation society."And I know that something that is really close to Prince George's heart as well, he loves all of that," he added.Discussing the young prince, Bear went on: "So they are incredible at what they do for so much for conservation around the world."He already is a wildlife campaigner which is amazing to see."I also think he's living proof that adventure is a state of mind."It's about having life in your eye, having a big heart for other people and for our planet."And then a determination to actually do something about it," he explained.It comes as the explorer is filming the latest season of his Running Wild series.But Bear wasn't giving anything away when asked if he'd like to feature the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the next series of his adventure programme.Bear replied: "Well, you know, we're not announcing anything yet."We have probably our most amazing guests we've ever had on Running Wild coming up this year."We've got probably our biggest announcements for Running Wild.So yeah, nothing official to say yet," he added.He went on to address the prospect of environment campaigners Harry and Meghan appearing on the show, which has previously seen the likes of former US president Barack Obama take on the elements.Bear said: "That would be a great one and talk about stuff