Jul 02, 2022
Harry and Meghan ‘missed Red Arrows flypast over Buckingham Palace as they hastily left Jubilee celebrations’
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PRINCE Harry and Meghan were in such a rush to get away from the first day of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations they missed the Red Arrows flypast over Buckingham Palace, it is claimed.
The couple — on a first joint visit to the UK after quitting as frontline royals — “rushed back” to Frogmore Cottage, their Windsor home, after the Trooping the Colour ceremony.2Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made a swift exit after flying back to the UKCredit: Getty
It came after the Queen is said to have told Harry and Meghan she would not pose for a picture with their daughter Lilibet as Her Majesty had a bloodshot eye.
Her senior aides are understood to have voiced fears that a picture could be shared in the US, where Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, have a multimillion pound contract with Netflix.
It was also reported in the Telegraph yesterday the couple visited the Queen as a family the day before Trooping the Colour.
It was previously thought the meeting took place afterwards.
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A source said: “Harry and Meghan were kept at arm’s length during the whole weekend — and they did not make much effort to help thaw relations either.”2Prince Harry and Meghan reportedly missed the Red Arrows flypast for The Queen's JubileeCredit: Alamy Most read in The US Sun'PARK FAILURE' Major update after boy, 11, killed in horror park accident as family watchedPURE EVIL Sick details in case of toddler found dead under bridge near pregnant mom's bodyTV BATTLE Inside George Stephanopoulos and Robin Roberts' feud after sex assault claimsOM-SEA Khloe slammed for 'dangerous' parenting in vacation photo with daughter True, 4
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Look out for iPhone red flags that mean your battery life is being DRAINED by big mistakes
THERE are some 'red flags' you can watch out for on your iPhone that can indicate if you're making 'battery killer' mistakes.
We've rounded up a couple of the best ways to spot some serious battery drain.1You should check your iPhone's maximum battery capacity every so oftenCredit: Getty iPhone battery maximum capacity
There is a quick way of checking your battery's health and maximum endurance.
A low percentage can indicate that you've been making some serious mistakes.
Open the Settings app and select Battery.Read more on AppleBEAT THE HEAT Your iPhone has an important signal ALL users must check in hot weatherPHONE WARS Google warns Apple - 'broken' messages and 'color' differences create bullying
Click the Battery Health tab.
On this page, you'll find a full report on your battery's capacity, peak performance, and if the battery should be serviced or replaced.
The battery's maximum capacity "is a measure of battery capacity relative to when it was new," according to Apple.
If you see a figure lower than 80% you may have made some battery mistakes in the past.Most read in News TechPHONE WARS Google warns Apple - 'broken' messages and 'color' differences create bullyingWHAT IS THAT? STEVE has come to North America from Outer Space after surprise solar stormTOO BRIGHT Supermoon may ruin Perseid Meteor Shower – how you could see a shooting starDODGY DOWNLOAD Android warning – 4 apps to watch out for as hackers aim to steal your data
These include using your iPhone when it's on a charge, letting it overheat, and charging it overnight.iPhone loses charge after 12 hours
The length of time your iPhone battery takes to fully drain does depend on its age and how much you're using your iPhone.
According to Know Your Mobile, iPhones can last 12-20 hours on a single charge depending on usage.
If you find your iPhone can't even go half a day without needing another charge, this is a red flag.Read More on The US SunCRYING SHAME Sobbing OnlyFans star's disheveled mugshot revealed after boyfriend's stabbingPLAY THE GAME I went dumpster diving at GameStop and hit the jackpot
You could be making mistakes like leaving your screen brightness very high all day or using a lot of apps that track your location.
Alternatively, your battery may have just aged over a few years and it may be time for a replacement.