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    A five pound commemorative crown piece coin featuring the head of King Charles III held by an employee of the Royal Mint in London, UK, on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022.Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images LONDON — The first coin featuring King Charles III was unveiled Friday and is set to be in public usage before the end of the year. The 50 pence coin shows a likeness of the British king created by British sculptor Martin Jennings, who said it was his smallest-ever work. King Charles is facing left on the coin, in keeping with a tradition that sees each successive monarch switch profile. He is not wearing a crown, which previous kings also did not, though Queen Elizabeth II did in the five coins produced during her reign.An employee arranges a display of coins during the unveiling of the design of King Charles III's first coins by the Royal Mint in London, UK, on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022.Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesThe same image will be used on coins from the 1 pence to £2 from the...
    ONE man has shared the story of how his ex took an elaborate route to end their relationship, instead of being straightforward. An online comedian took his antics to a toxic level by sharing a real-life scenario of how he ended up being single with the worst way he's been ghosted. 4Video creator and comedian Toxic King Sui shares the worst way he's been ghosted on TIkTokCredit: TikTok/sui_sauce 4The comedian met a girl on Tinder that took ‘ghosting’ to another level with the way she ended thingsCredit: TikTok/sui_sauce In a TikTok video, digital creator Toxic King Sui tells viewers a sordid tale of how his ex ended the relationship by faking her death. Ghosting is pretty much the practice of ending a personal relationship with someone suddenly and without an explanation. The comedian's ex took a roundabout way of doing that and even enlisted the help of a friend. She may have taken the term ghosting to another level, but left behind some humourous content for Toxic King Sui to use later. READ MORE RELATIONSHIPSDATE...
    Prince William and King Charles have been 'brought closer' by Megxit, while Prince Andrew will be axed from royal events after losing the 'protection' of the Queen, a royal author claimed today.  Katie Nicholl, author of The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth's Legacy and the Future of the Crown, said the heir to the throne chats with his father 'almost every day', with the pair 'on the same page' over the future of the monarchy.  She said their vision includes preventing Andrew from maintaining a visible role in the Royal Family in an attempt to move on from 'scandals past and present'. This was a reference to his relationship with paedophile US billionaire Jeffrey Epstein and claims - which he has long denied - that he sexually assaulted Virginia Giuffre when she was 17.  Ms Nicholl told Lorraine: ‘I think Megxit inevitably brought William and Charles closer together. Charles already has the plan for his first five years ready to go and he’s ready to hit the ground running and impress us as King. ‘Now Charles and William holiday together and speak on the...
    THE £30million home of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson is certainly fit for royalty – but they could be booted out by King Charles. The Royal Lodge in Windsor, a Grade II-listed mega-mansion, has belonged to The Duke of York since the Queen Mother died in 2002. 6The £30m Royal Lodge sits in 21 acres of land in WindsorCredit: © David Dyson 6Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson fear the family could be kicked out of their homeCredit: Social Media - Refer to Source 6Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank held their wedding reception in the lodge in 2018Credit: Reuters It boasts 30 rooms with stunning interiors and plenty of space for entertaining and a rather grand exterior. It’s so big that their daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie were able to hold their wedding receptions at the family home. While The Duke has signed a 75-year lease on the property he and Sarah fear they could be kicked out of their luxurious home . It is understood they are expecting to be given notice to leave as the Royal Family reviews its vast property...
    TYSON FURY has told Anthony Joshua he has to sign off on their December 3 fight by MONDAY. The 34-year-old Gypsy King wants to defend his crown against the 32-year-old former WBA, IBF and WBO champ in Cardiff. 2Tyson Fury has given Anthony Joshua until Monday to sign their fight contractCredit: Richard Pelham / The Sun But the undefeated Morecambe giant will not wait around any longer for the London 2012 golden boy to return the signed contract that was sent last Friday. Ringside in Manchester for Joe Joyce’s heavyweight clash with Joseph Parker on Saturday night, Fury said: “I was optimistic about three weeks ago but it shouldn’t be taking this long to sign a contract. “We will know by Monday anyway because if it is not done by Monday then I’m moving on.  “I’m not waiting around for some guy who has lost three of his last five fights.  READ MORE ON BOXINGMAN ABOUT TOWN Fury spotted in Manchester as boxing ace films scenes for Netflix docuseries “He’s lucky that I’m giving him a world title shot but...
    Royalist is The Daily Beast’s newsletter for all things royal and Royal Family. Subscribe here to get it in your inbox every Sunday. Prince Harry faces a life of permanent “exile,” with King Charles plotting to follow the playbook drawn up by the royals as they overcame the crisis triggered by Edward VIII, the king who abdicated in 1936 and was obliged to live the rest of his life outside the U.K., The Daily Beast understands. A friend of the king’s told The Daily Beast: “The royals handled the abdication crisis by exiling Edward which meant he and Wallis ultimately came to seem like unimportant, misguided, disloyal, and even treacherous individuals to almost the entirety of the British people. It was a masterful operation in the service of which the Queen Mother, in particular, worked tirelessly. “The same thing is already happening with Harry and Meghan, and will only gather pace over the next few years under the rule of King Charles. And of course a wayward second son is far less of an existential threat to the fabric of...
    CAMILLA was snubbed by Meghan Markle after she joined the Royal Family, an explosive new book has claimed. According to royal biographer Angela Levin, the Queen Consort greeted the Duchess of Sussex "warmly" when she first came to London. 3A new book contains claims Meghan Markle snubbed the Queen Consort when she tried to take her under her wingCredit: Getty Images - Getty Ms Levin said Camilla knows "more than anyone" how difficult it is to be accepted into the royal fold and wanted "to help any newcomer". She also told how the women had "lunches together" while Camilla "spent a lot of time offering advice on how to handle the pressure" when they started to get to know one another. Meghan however, seemed "bored, was unresponsive and preferred to go her own way". Writing in her new book, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: From Outcast to Queen Consort, Angela Levin said: "She tried to be supportive, was happy to be her mentor and took her out for private lunches. Read More RoyalsTROUBLE BREWING Camilla...
    Princess Mary of Denmark has stepped out in New York after the Foreign Office offered its 'profound apologies' to the Danish Royal family for mistakenly inviting the royal to Queen Elizabeth II's funeral. The mother-of-four, 50, cut a stylish figure in an orange print dress, teamed with a smart black blazer as she attended the WWF and Ellen MacArthur Foundation meeting 'Global Plastics Treaty Business Coalition'. Concentrating on mobilising the business world in the elimination of plastic pollution, the gathering came during Princess Mary and her husband Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark's visit to America for the UN General Assembly. Frederik and his mother Queen Margrethe II, who has since tested positive for Covid-19, attended the Queen's funeral and mourning events in London on Sunday and Monday. However, the Foreign Office confirmed on Tuesday that it had sent an invite to Princess Mary in 'error'.  Princess Mary of Denmark (pictured) has stepped out in New York after the Foreign Office offered its 'profound apologies' to the Danish Royal family for mistakenly inviting the royal to Queen Elizabeth II's funeral The mother-of-four (pictured), 50, cut a stylish...
    TYSON FURY has been pictured becoming the literal Gypsy King as he donned a full outfit while on holiday. Fury and wife Paris are holidaying in the French City of Cannes and were pictured enjoying a history walk. 3Paris Fury posted pictures of herself and Tyson Fury to her Instagram page 3The pair enjoyed a beautiful view of the ocean in Cannes Paris posted pictures of the pair to her Instagram page. The first picture shows the two on a history walk while the second sees them pose for a photo with an ocean backdrop behind them. In the photos, Fury could be seen wearing a full Gypsy King outfit as his vest and shorts bore his signature branding. The couple took a private jet to France last week ahead of talks over Fury's upcoming fight against Anthony Joshua. READ MORE IN BOXINGTHAT'LL BE DAL Meet Logan Paul’s girlfriend Nina Agdal who YouTuber has problems KISSING AJ and Fury are closing in on a fight on December 3rd, with official confirmation seemingly all that...
    The Queen was left 'hurt and exhausted' by Harry and Meghan's decision to step down as senior members of the Royal Family and move to the US, a royal book has claimed.  In a book soon to be published about The Firm, The New Royals, a source close to Her late Majesty claimed she didn't like to think about the Duke and Duchess's decision to leave the family. An extract of the book, which has been published in Vanity Fair, has revealed the Queen was also disappointed when Harry and Meghan didn't return to the UK in August with Archie and Lilibet, where she was hosting an annual 'sleepover' in Sandringham with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured at the Queen's state funeral at Westminster Abbey on Monday) made the decision to leave The Firm in early 2020 A source close to the Queen has claimed the couple's decision left Her late Majesty 'very hurt' and unable to think about the situation The source told the author: '[The Queen] was very hurt and told me, "I...
    Prince Andrew was made by King Charles III to wear his military uniform as he joined his siblings for a 'final vigil' around his late mother's coffin as she lies in state at Westminster Hall, reports claim.  The Duke of York, 62, arrived at the vigil in Westminster Hall, London while his mother was lying in state with the rest of his siblings in his full uniform after it was said his brother lifted a ban on him wearing the outfit.  But palace sources told the Times, this 'out of the blue' instruction does not mean Andrew, who was forced to give up his HRH status and was stripped of all his honorary military titles earlier this year amid the fallout from his ties to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein will return as a working royal.  A Buckingham Palace source said the decision by the Charles to let him wear his uniform for the London vigil, but not the Princes ceremony at St Giles' Cathedral or the Queen's state funeral, was an 'act of kindness'. Paying tribute to the Monarch, Prince Andrew said on Sunday:...
    The King and Queen Consort arrived in Scotland yesterday for a short break to mourn the loss of the late Queen. But sources close to the monarch said he was ‘buoyed’ by the outpouring of public support in recent days. His staff are now busy behind the scenes putting project Grandfather of the Nation into full swing. The Daily Mail revealed last week that while he has no ambition to step into his late mother’s shoes, given her unique qualities and the affection with which she was held in public life, he is hopeful that he can bring his age, wisdom and experience to the table to continue her legacy. The King and Queen Consort arrived in Scotland yesterday for a short break to mourn the loss of the late Queen Yesterday, the King, 73, and Camilla, 75, left Windsor Castle, where they stayed overnight on Monday following an emotional private interment, and swept into RAF Northolt in north-west London at just before 10.30am. His police outriders removed their helmets and bowed while he boarded with his wife, with the...
    A POIGNANT picture shows the Queen with her mother, father, sister and husband as she is reunited with her beloved relatives again. It shows Elizabeth II sitting on a sofa with the Queen Mother and King George VI as Prince Philip sits behind and Princess Margaret stands on the other side. 6The touching picture was released after the Queen was laid to restCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 6The King places the Queen’s Company Camp Colour of the Grenadier Guards on the coffinCredit: PA 6The coffin of the Queen followed by her grieving family through St George's ChapelCredit: PA The picture was released after Her Majesty was finally been reunited with her beloved Prince Philip after an emotional last journey from London to Windsor Castle. Her Majesty's coffin was today lowered into the royal vault 16ft beneath St George's Chapel following a committal service. The Royal Family released the family portrait, taken in 1947 when she married the Duke of Edinburgh, on social media last night. Their tweet read: “This evening a Private Burial will take place in The King George VI...
    THE Queen will be laid to rest beside her beloved husband Prince Philip tonight in a private family burial service. Her Majesty's coffin was lowered into the Royal Vault 16ft beneath St George's Chapel following a committal service. 4Some 800 mourners filed into St George's Chapel this afternoonCredit: PA 4The Queen will finally be reunited with her beloved husband Prince PhilipCredit: Reuters 4The world watched on as the Queen was given a historic send-offCredit: Reuters 4The Queen's coffin was taken into the abbey in a procession led by her son King CharlesCredit: Reuters Her son, King Charles, stood shoulder to shoulder with his grieving relatives during the hour-long goodbye in the gothic chapel. The world watched as the woman, who was never meant to be sovereign but dedicated her life to service, was given a historic send-off. It came to an emotional finish as her casket was lowered to lie beside her "strength and stay", the Duke of Edinburgh, who died last year aged 99. In one last poignant act, a private service will be conducted by the Dean of Windsor at 7.30pm tonight for...
    With the state funeral of our beloved Queen upon us, King Charles and his fractured family will be bracing themselves for one more show of solidarity. A united front before the cameras. A new beginning, we all hope and pray, for the House of Windsor. Which is more than can be hoped for the beleaguered Spanish royal family, for whom the funeral has caused a right old logistical hoo-ha. In short: King Juan Carlos I — Spain's disgraced former monarch who abdicated in 2014 and, since 2020, has been living in the UAE in self-imposed exile under a cloud of shame — has accepted an invitation to today's service. But so has his estranged son and successor, King Felipe VI, and his wife Queen Letizia. Which all presents more than just a tricky seating arrangement issue for those in charge at Westminster Abbey. Indeed, an eyebrow or two has been raised at the decision to invite Juan Carlos at all, regardless of his status as distant cousin of the late Queen. The 84-year-old former king has spent the past few...
    A LONE piper’s lament is among the personal touches for the Queen’s final farewell this afternoon. As her coffin is lowered into St George’s Chapel vault at Windsor Pipe Major Paul Burns, of The Royal Regiment of ­Scotland, will bring the committal to a close. 2A lone piper’s lament is among the personal touches for the Queen’s final farewell this afternoonCredit: Newcastle Chronicle 2The Queen's coffin will be lowered into St George’s Chapel vault at Windsor CastleCredit: Getty The ceremony’s intimate moments were agreed by the Queen. Much of the music will be ­inspired by her childhood piano teacher Sir William Harris, who died in 1973. It includes a rendition of The Motet — a reading by John Donne accompanied by music by Harris. His Nimrod and Prelude arrangements will also be performed. READ MORE ON THE QUEEN'S DEATHLAID TO REST The Queen’s coffin will be lowered into St George’s Chapel’s Royal Vault on TVREST IN PEACE This is how you can watch the Queen's funeral on TV The choir will sing The Russian Kontakion Of The Departed,...
    THE Queen will today be re­united with her beloved Philip, the monarch’s “rock and stay” for more than seven decades. At a private service inside Windsor Castle, Queen Elizabeth II will be buried next to the Duke of Edinburgh, who died 18 months ago, aged 99. 4Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh walk at Broadlands, HampshireCredit: AFP 4Led by 200 pipers and bandsmen playing solemn music, the procession of 1,650 service men and women sets off Princess Elizabeth was 13 when she fell for Philip and they were devoted to each other for 73 years. On their diamond wedding in November 2007, the couple recreated their honeymoon photograph taken at Broadlands, Lord Louis Mountbatten’s Hampshire home. More than two million people will be in London to witness the Queen’s historic State Funeral at Westminster Abbey. More than four billion will watch the haunting ceremony on TV around the world and observe a two-minute silence at midday.Later, thousands more will line 25 miles of roads from Hyde Park Corner to Windsor Castle. READ MORE ON THE QUEEN'S...
    KING Charles III yesterday thanked the nation for its support and outpouring of love since the Queen died. The King, 73, has travelled more than 2,000 miles on trips to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to meet packed crowds of well-wishers. 2King Charles lll, Princess Anne, Princess Royal, Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex attend a vigil inside Westminster HallCredit: Getty - Pool 2'As we all prepare to say our last farewell, I wanted simply to take this opportunity to say thank you', the King wrote He has carried out at least 54 engagements since his mother's death eleven days ago, including holding a silent vigil with his three siblings beside his mother’s coffin at Westminster Hall on Friday. He said: “Over the last ten days, my wife and I have been so deeply touched by the many messages of condolence and support we have received from this country and across the world. In London, Edinburgh, Hillsborough and Cardiff we were moved beyond measure by everyone who took the trouble to come and pay...
    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex found out they were 'uninvited' to a Buckingham Palace state reception for world leaders and foreign royals by reading press reports, sources claim.  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who arrived in London following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, were initially invited, then allegedly banned from attending a Sunday event at Buckingham Palace. The excuse allegedly given is that the occasion was for working royals only. Harry and Meghan have yet to comment on the allegations.  DailyMail.com has contacted reps for the Duke and Duchess for comment.   'Harry and Meghan actually got the invitation and no-one has actually told them they are uninvited,' a source told Page Six. Another added, 'I'm told they only found out they were uninvited by reading press reports.  The couple originally received an invite to the event hosted by King Charles and the Queen Consort Camilla earlier this week. Nearly 2,000 are expected to attend.  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle allegedly found out they were uninvited from a to a state reception for world leaders and foreign royals after reading press...
    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly been "uninvited" to a state reception hosted by the King and Queen on Sunday. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to have received an invitation earlier this week for the grand event at Buckingham Palace. 1The Duke and Duchess of Sussex pictured leaving Westminster Hall following the royal procession on WednesdayCredit: AP The gathering, which will see foreign VIPs meet on the eve of Her Majesty's funeral, is set to be the largest of world leaders in modern history. But Palace officials have insisted it is for working royals only - and aides insist Meghan and Harry are unlikely to attend, The Telegraph reports. It comes as... Camilla reveals Royals are ‘exhausted’ but are carrying on as ‘stopping would be worse’ as she visits Wales with Charles Prince William will lead the Queen's grandchildren at a poignant vigil at her coffin tomorrow Prince Harry will wear his uniform at the vigil after being granted permission by King Charles The list of 500 heads of state and dignitaries attending the Queen's funeral has been confirmed Sophie Wessex...
    Queen Consort Camilla has paid tribute to the people of Wales by wearing a replica of her late mother-in-law the Queen's leek brooch on a visit to the nation. Camilla, 75, wore the copy of the Welsh Guards Leek Brooch on her lapel as she accompanied her husband King Charles on his first trip to Wales since he acceded the throne. King Charles, 73, who was the longest ever serving Prince of Wales, is meeting with politicians and officials in Cardiff today as part of his journey around all UK nations as the new monarch. Queen Consort Camilla wore a replica of the Welsh Guards Leek Brooch on a visit to Llandaff Cathedral for a service of prayer and reflection this morning The original Welsh Guards Leek Brooch was gifted to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in 1960 and was most recently worn by the late monarch at a scaled-back Trooping the Colour in 2020 Diana, Princess of Wales also owned a replica of the brooch which she wore on occasions involving the Welsh Guards (pictured at a parade of...
    King Charles III appeared to bring his own pen to a Welsh cathedral today just days after being left furious by a string of ink mishaps during his visit to Northern Ireland earlier this week.  The Monarch and the Queen Consort arrived in Wales today in their first visit since the death of Queen Elizabeth II.  The Royal couple made their way to Llandaff Cathedral to attend a prayer and reflection service for his late mother and Britain's longest serving head of state.  Today the King was filmed calmly signing the paper in the cathedral before passing his pen and the book to his wife.  Both of them were in Wales in their final stop during their tour of the four nations of the United Kingdom.  Hundreds of royalists and tourists went down to the cathedral to see the new King and Queen Consort.  One Twitter user said: 'Pleased to see that King Charles now appears to be using his own fountain pen with completely satisfactory results.' Another added: 'Charles brought his own pen to Wales. Obviously learning fast...' And one...
    THE Queen will be reunited with her beloved husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, after a touching final farewell befitting her unprecedented and glorious 70-year reign. After four days of her lying in state, the doors to Westminster Hall will close to the public so preparations can begin for a state funeral attended by 2,000 guests. 6Grenadier Guards practise carrying a coffin for Monday’s funeralCredit: PA 6We take a minute-by-minute look at what will happen on the day of the Queen's state funeral on Monday 6Her Majesty's state funeral will begin at Westminster Abbey at 11am and end at noonCredit: Getty The funeral will begin at Westminster Abbey at 11am and end at noon, marked by Last Post, a two-minute silence across the UK and the National Anthem. Her coffin will then be driven to Windsor, where it will be lowered into the Royal Vault of St George’s Chapel. She will then be buried in the King George VI Memorial Chapel — alongside husband Prince Philip, who died last year. Here we take a minute-by-minute look at what will happen...
    This is MailOnline's live blog for day five of national mourning, as the Queen's coffin is taken from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall and her lying-in-state begins: L Dollimore Host commentator Jessica Warren Host commentator 12:56 Military officers clean a gun carriage in preparation for the procession of the Queen's coffin Military personnel clean a gun carriage as they make their final preparations at Wellington Barracks, central London, ahead of the ceremonial procession of the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall.  12:51 How the Princess of Wales wore the Queen's delicate earrings in a touching tribute The Princess of Wales last night paid tribute to the Queen by wearing a pair of her earrings, it is believed. Kate, 40, donned a simple pair of pearl and diamond earrings as she joined her husband Prince William and other senior royals including King Charles, the Queen Consort and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, to receive the Queen's coffin at Buckingham Palace. The earrings are believed to be...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA has been backed to beat Tyson Fury by one of the Gypsy King's former sparring partners. The British heavyweight duo have finally agreed to fight on December 3, with a 60-40 purse split in Fury's favour. 3Anthony Joshua is set to fight Tyson Fury in DecemberCredit: PA 3Fury, 34, will take a 60-40 split of the purseCredit: PA AJ, 32, is coming off back to back defeats to Oleksandr Usyk - but Christopher Lovejoy is backing him to triumph against WBC champ Fury. Lovejoy, 38, claimed to have knocked the Gypsy King out of the ring when they sparred a number of years ago - a claim laughed off by the WBC champ. Taking to Twitter to give his prediction, Lovejoy said: "I'm not even a fan of AJ. "But I got him beating Fury, let's not forget Fury got dropped by (Deontay) Wilder. I also knocked Fury out the ring before." Read More Boxing StoriesDEC THE HALLS AJ lined up with Fury's ex-opponent or old amateur rival for December return Lovejoy boasts a 20-1 professional record -...
    King Charles III and the Queen Consort will this evening make their first joint public appearance with the Prince and Princess of Wales since the death of the Queen.  The King and his wife Camilla will be joined by Prince William and Kate to receive the Queen's coffin as it arrives at Buckingham Palace.  The couples have made independent appearances, and Prince William has been seen with the King and Queen Consort, but they have yet to be seen together.  King Charles III and the Queen Consort will this evening make their first joint public appearance with the Prince and Princess of Wales since the death of the Queen. Pictured, the couple following their visit to the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh yesterday The Prince and Princess of Wales joined the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for an appearance in Windsor on Saturday but have not yet been seen together with the King and Queen Consort  Prince William joined his father King Charles and the Queen Consort for the proclamation ceremony on Saturday It will mark the first time they will...
    The King and his sons William and Harry will follow the Queen's coffin as it is moved from Buckingham Palace to the Palace of Westminster tomorrow. The Queen is staying in Buckingham Palace's Bow Room overnight before she is transported to lie in state ahead of her funeral on Monday. Charles, William and Harry - along with the Duke of York, the Princess Royal and the Earl of Wessex - will follow the coffin on foot as it makes its journey in front of thousands of mourners lining the streets in central London.  Anne's son Peter Phillips and her husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence will also walk in the procession, as well as the Duke of Gloucester and the Earl of Snowdon. The Queen Consort, the Princess of Wales, the Countess of Wessex and the Duchess of Sussex will travel by car. The procession will leave Buckingham Palace at 2.22pm borne by gun carriage of the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery. The route will take the coffin through the Queen’s Gardens, The Mall, Horse Guards Parade and Horse Guards Arch, Whitehall,...
    Iowa football fans are using hilarious Cameo-weaponizing tactics to let the king of nepotism Brian Ferentz know how truly awful he is at coordinating the Hawkeyes’ offensive attack. Brian Ferentz is coordinating the Iowa football team’s offense into the ground out of pure and undeniable nepotism at this point. This isn’t like putting Bobby Newport in charge of the nougat division at Sweetums in Parks and Recreation. It is hard to hate Paul Rudd, because the man is so damn good looking and incredibly charming. Unfortunately, Kirk Ferentz’s son is bringing Iowa offensive football back to the stone ages. The Hawks are 1-1, scoring a combined 14 points in two games, including a loss in CyHawk. Iowa football fans have had enough of this, so much so that they are getting notable Iowa alums and fellow coaches to do Cameos unintentionally for Brian, you know, to cheer him up a bit. Former Hawkeyes defensive back and Oklahoma football legendary coach Bob Stoops wants Brian to know that his dad still supports him, but it might be time to get out of...
    Royal fans have sympathised with King Charles after noting that the new monarch looked 'devastated' this evening during a vigil for Queen Elizabeth. All four of Her Majesty's children gathered around her coffin today in a poignant evening vigil inside St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh. After a short procession, King Charles III, Anne, the Princess Royal, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward each took their place on one of the four corners of the oak coffin with their heads bowed in a ceremony known as the Vigil of the Princes. The Duke of York kept his eyes closed for a period of time during the 20-minute vigil, while the Princess Royal and Earl of Wessex had their eyes fixed towards the floor. King Charles and his siblings kept a vigil over Queen Elizabeth's coffin, which is currently in St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh Royal watchers noted that the King (pictured) appeared 'heartbroken' as he stood vigil alongside Princess Ann, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward
    THE Queen's coffin is set to be flown to Buckingham Palace today as millions of mourners queue to say goodbye. Princess Anne will accompany the late monarch as she is moved from St Giles’ Cathedral to Edinburgh Airport by road. 3The Queen's coffin will be flown from Scotland to London today as thousands of mourners line the streetsCredit: Getty Her coffin be taken by Royal Air Force aircraft to RAF Northolt, in North West London, where it is expected to arrive at 7pm. Members of the public will be able to view the cortege, before the Queen is taken to Buckingham Palace in a state hearse - accompanied by Anne and Vice-Admiral Sir Tim - to rest in the Bow Room. Waiting to receive them at the Palace will be the King and the Queen Consort, who visiting Belfast today. There, they will meet the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Chris Heaton-Harris MP, and other party leaders. Read More on the Queen's DeathMAKE UP Oprah Winfrey hopes Queen's death helps Harry & Meghan ‘make peace’ with royalsCARING KING Charles patted me on arm and said 'it had to happen one day' - I was overcome...
    The Queen will return to London today to lie in state, accompanied by Princess Anne, after thousands of mourners gathered to pay their respects at St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh. Her Majesty's coffin will remain at the cathedral until 5pm following a poignant vigil involving her four children last night. She will then be taken by hearse through a guard of honour formed by the Royal Company of Archers giving a royal salute to begin to Edinburgh Airport. Upon arrival, the Queen will be received by the Royal Regiment of Scotland with a royal salute. A bearer party from the Royal Air Force will then be on hand to carry the coffin onto the aircraft. Princess Anne, who travelled in the cortege from the Queen's beloved Balmoral to Edinburgh on Sunday, will again accompany her mother on the flight to London. She will be joined by the Very Reverend Professor David Fergusson, Dean of the Chapel Royal in Scotland. The RAF plane is scheduled to depart from the runway in Edinburgh at 6pm, before touching down at RAF Northolt in...
    The Princess Royal will remain by the Queen’s side as she embarks on the next leg of her historic journey to her final resting place. Princess Anne, the late monarch’s only daughter, will accompany her coffin as it leaves Scotland for London on a flight at 6pm today. The 72-year-old, pictured, was the only one of the Queen’s four children to accompany the funeral cortege on its six-hour road journey from Balmoral to Edinburgh. The coffin will leave St Giles’ Cathedral, where it has been lying in state, by hearse at 5pm. The Princess Royal will remain by the Queen’s side as she embarks on the next leg of her historic journey to her final resting place. Pictured: Anne in the procession as the Queen's coffin is moved to St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh yesterday At the city’s airport, a bearer party of the RAF will carry it to a military aircraft for the flight to RAF Northolt, west London, where it is due to land shortly before 7pm.  King Charles and the Queen Consort will be waiting with a...
    The journalist who wrote Harry and Meghan's biography has admitted making an error after telling a US news channel that the Queen's coffin would travel from Scotland 'over to the UK'.  Omid Scobie, a favoured journalist of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, mistakenly appeared to suggest that Scotland is not part of the UK. He also said the Queen would be taken to London on 'one of the royal trains', despite there only being one royal train and the fact Her Majesty will be transported by plane. The 41-year-old later said on Twitter that his remarks were a 'slip of the tongue' and had been made 'in the chaos of breaking news' as news of the Queen's death became public knowledge.  He made the comments on ABC News on Thursday, September 8, where he was describing to viewers what would happen to the Queen's body after her death at Balmoral Castle. The royal expert said Her Majesty 'will end up laying at rest at the smallest palace in Edinburgh before it [the coffin] makes its journey on one of...
    THE nation will come together to mourn Queen Elizabeth II during a minute’s silence on Sunday. Millions are expected to take to their doorsteps at 8pm to pay tribute to Her Majesty, who died peacefully last Thursday, aged 96. 8Brits will come together to mourn Queen Elizabeth II during a minute’s silence on SundayCredit: Getty 8As the nation mourns Her Majesty, we give a day-by-day guide to the major ceremonial events taking place ahead of the funeral The minute’s silence will take place the night before the state funeral at Westminster Abbey on Monday, which King Charles has declared a Bank Holiday. Here, Grace Macaskill gives a day-by-day guide to the major ceremonial events taking place ahead of the funeral. It comes as... The King pledged to follow his mother's selfless duty in an emotional address at Westminster Hall Charles and Camilla jet off to Edinburgh for an emotional procession following the Queen's coffin It's revealed Prince Andrew ‘will have central role’ at the Queen’s funeral – despite stepping back from royal duties But the Duke of York is banned from wearing military uniform at the service...
    THE Queen's children held a poignant vigil tonight in Edinburgh's St Giles Cathedral as mourners filed past her majesty's coffin as she lies in state. King Charles was joined by Princess Anne and Princes Edward and Andrew as the royals paid a solemn tribute to their mother. 5King Charles looked solemnly at the ground as he stood by the Queen's casketCredit: PA 5The new monarch was joined by his brothers and sisters in St Giles Cathedral 5Princess Anne stood guard as mourners filed pastCredit: PA Slowly walking through the historic cathedral, the royals took their positions in turn around Queen Elizabeth's casket. The new monarch stood at the head of the coffin, with Anne and Edward either side and Andrew at the foot. Keeping their heads facing down at the floor, the Queen's grieving children stood silently as mourners fought back tears as they filed past. When he first entered the church, Charles looked in "reasonably good spirits", said The Sun's body language expert Judi James. Read More Royal NewsDRESSED DOWN Harry won't wear uniform but Andrew allowed...
    A royal super-fan who sparked a security scare by bursting in front of King Charles III's Rolls Royce to take a photo was 'milliseconds' away from death, according to a special forces veteran. The drama was captured on a live Sky News broadcast earlier today near the Savoy Circus junction, in East Acton, London.  King Charles was making his way from Westminster Hall to RAF Northholt when his convoy was ambushed by a man, armed with what appeared to be a camera.  The male, wearing a white top and blue trousers, had been chasing the monarch's car for about 100m when he darted into the road, crossing two lanes of traffic, to snap a picture of the King.  Specialist police teams and intelligence officers are understood to have cancelled holiday leave as part of a massive, cross-agency security task for the Queen's funeral. Hundreds of foreign dignitaries from across the globe and hundreds of thousands of mourners anticipated in the capital are set to create an unprecedented 'security headache'. The operation will ramp up throughout the week as the Queen's...
    THIS is the shocking moment a yob was hurled to the ground by royal mourners today after yelling abuse at Prince Andrew. The rebel heckled the Duke of York this afternoon as he followed the Queen's coffin from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to nearby St Giles' Cathedral. 3A Prince Andrew heckler was removed from the procession by police in EdinburghCredit: @chrismarshll/Twitter 3Prince Andrew heckler removed from procession by police in EdinburghCredit: @chrismarshll/Twitter 3King Charles, Princess Anne and Prince Andrew follow their mother's coffin in the processionCredit: Reuters Andrew, who wore a morning suit after being stripped of his military patronages last year, was the only one of his siblings not in military dress. And one mourner broke the sombre silence to heckle the disgraced duke from the crowd. Andrew was stripped of his military patronages last year over his links with convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. While the crowd was largely silent and respectful, some members of the crowd remained angry at his presence. Others broke the quiet with the odd cry of "God save the King" or God...
    TYSON FURY'S US promoter Bob Arum has predicted a "massacre" if he faces Anthony Joshua next. The Gypsy King, 34, is keen to fight AJ before the end of the year. 2Tyson Fury wants to fight Anthony Joshua before the end of the yearCredit: PA 2Bob Arum believes AJ will want to face a different fighter to get his confidence backCredit: Getty Joshua has been offered a 40 per cent split of what will be the biggest purse in the history of British boxing. Fury is keen for the bout to happen in late November or early December but Joshua is stalling over accepting. And Arum believes the former world champion is unlikely to take the fight following back-to-back defeats to Oleksandr Usyk. Arum told Boxing Social: “I don’t think it’s gonna happen because, while Fury would want it to happen, I put myself in the shoes of Eddie Hearn and Joshua. READ MORE IN BOXING'I'LL BE READY' Joshua ACCEPTS Fury’s offer of all-British heavyweight fight in December "And after losing twice to Usyk, the first thing you want to...
    THE Queen’s oak coffin, draped in the Royal Standard of ­Scotland with a wreath of ­flowers placed on top, spent last night in the Throne Room of Holyroodhouse. This morning, staff will file past to pay their final respects to the late monarch. 6The coffin of the Queen is borne through EdinburghCredit: Reuters 6The solemn Vigil of the Princes during the Queen Mother's lying in stateCredit: AFP 6The Queen's final homecoming Meanwhile, Charles and his Queen Consort will travel to Westminster Hall where both Houses of Parliament will meet to express their condolences. The King will make what is called “his reply”. He and Camilla will then fly to Edinburgh Airport, landing at around 12.45pm, before heading to Holyroodhouse to inspect the guard of honour. The Ceremony of the Keys will follow, with Charles handed the keys of the city of Edinburgh and welcomed to “your ancient and hereditary kingdom of Scotland”. Read More On The Queen's DeathPAY YOUR RESPECTS Brits will be able to see the Queen’s coffin from today - here's how At 2.35pm, the hearse carrying the Queen’s...
    A proclamation of 'God Save the King' was met by boos in Edinburgh this morning but heckling was soon drowned out by jubilant cheers as Charles was proclaimed King. Crowds had gathered in the capital city to hear the Lord Lyon King of Arms, who is responsible for overseeing state ceremonial in Scotland, formally announced the Queen's successor. Similar announcements of the new monarch took place simultaneously in towns and cities across the UK and the Commonwealth. But amongst the hundreds of royal fans who had turned out to watch the ceremony in Edinburgh, a small number took the opportunity to make clear their disapproval of the new monarch. Spectators remained silent for the main declaration but as the Lord Lyon King of Arms Joseph Morrow ended his proclamation by saying 'God Save the King' there were audible boos. They were soon drowned out by chants of 'God Save the King', before trumpets started playing the national anthem.  Crowds had gathered in Edinburgh today to hear the Lord Lyon King of Arms formally announced the Queen's successor King Charles III...
    THE Queen has today begun her final journey after her coffin was taken from her beloved Balmoral ahead of her state funeral. Mourners are lining the streets to pay their respects as Her Majesty's oak coffin starts its slow procession through Scotland. 17The Queen's coffin has left BalmoralCredit: Getty 17The procession left the estate just after 10amCredit: Sky news 17The Queen's hearse led the cortege of cars leaving the estateCredit: PA 17White flowers adorned the top of the coffinCredit: AP 17Princess Anne rode in the cortege behind her late motherCredit: Reuters 17The route the coffin will take today At 10am, six Balmoral gamekeepers lifted the Queen into a hearse ready for the six-hour journey to Edinburgh. Draped with the Royal Standard of Scotland, the coffin was earlier moved to the Small Dining Room where a prayer was said by the minister of Crathie Kirk church. It comes as... The website of the firm on the side of the Queen's coffin crashed just seconds after it appeared on TV Princes William and Harry and wives Kate and Meghan dramatically reunited yesterday in tribute...
    FANS have ripped The Today Show after the weekend hosts referred to a Royal family member by the incorrect title. On Friday night, King Charles announced that his son William and Kate, previously the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge, will now be known as the Prince and Princess of Wales. 5The Today Show anchors referred to Kate by her maiden nameCredit: NBC 5Fans slammed the hosts as the Princess of Wales has been married for over a decadeCredit: Getty But on Saturday morning's episode of The Today Show, the weekend hosts referred to the newly-instated Princess as "Kate Middleton." "We are back on a Saturday morning with more on the changing monarchy with King Charles announcing his wife as Queen consort and his daughter-in-law Kate as the Princess of Wales," co-anchor Peter Alexander revealed. The morning news show shared the clip on Twitter alongside the caption: "King Charles III’s wife Camilla is officially queen consort. Prince William’s wife Kate Middleton is now Princess of Wales." But fans were shocked by the use of Kate's maiden name, as she has been Kate,...
    PRINCE William today said the Queen was by his side during his "saddest moments" as paid tribute to his "grannie". The royal, who was last night appointed Prince of Wales, shared the moving statement on his official Instagram today. 3Prince William has paid tribute to his granCredit: Twitter/@KensingtonRoyal He said: "On Thursday, the world lost an extraordinary leader, whose commitment to the country, the Realms and the Commonwealth was absolute. "So much will be said in the days ahead about the meaning of her historic reign. "I, however, have lost a grandmother. And while I will grieve her loss, I also feel incredibly grateful. I have had the benefit of The Queen’s wisdom and reassurance into my fifth decade. "My wife has had twenty years of her guidance and support. My three children have got to spend holidays with her and create memories that will last their whole lives. 2She was by my side at my happiest moments. And she was by my side during the saddest days of my life. I knew this day would come, but...
    King Charles III's first address to the nation tonight paid a sweet tribute to his late mother the Queen.  The monarch, 73, shared an address live from the Blue Drawing Room of Buckingham Palace tonight, the room where the beloved Monarch recorded some of her Christmas messages.    On his desk, viewers could see a picture of the Queen smiling and dressed in a blue jacket and hat. It was taken on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at Trooping the Colour in 2009. He also had flowers symbolises remembrance tucked in a vase adorned with Corgis, the Queen's beloved pets, which used to be on display in her audience room.   King Charles III paid a sweet tribute to his late mother the Queen by keeping a picture of her, right, as he addressed the nation as King for the first time King's Charles III's four attention to the Queen: 1. posy and Rosemary flowers. 2. A vase adorned with Corgis she used to keep in her audience room. 3. A picture of her taken at Trooping the Colour 2009 on his desk;...
    A SECRET letter written by the Queen lies hidden in a vault and can’t be opened for another 63 years. The handwritten note was penned by Her Majesty to the people of Sydney and lies in one of the city’s historic Queen Victoria Building. 3The Queen writing a note while on a visit to Australia 3The letter has the Queen's instructions on when it should be openedCredit: History Of Sydney The Queen wrote the letter after the building was restored in November 1986 but sits inside a glass case inside a restricted area in its dome. Not even her personal staff know what it contains and all that can be see are the Queen’s instructions about when it should be opened. After the Queen's passing nation has now entered a period of mourning that will be observed from today until seven days after the her funeral. The letter – which is signed by the Queen - is addressed to the “Right and Honourable Lord Mayor of Sydney, Australia”. READ MORE ON THE QUEEN'S DEATHROYAL NAME Kate Middleton and Prince William’s new titles revealed...
    KING Charles tonight revealed Prince William and Kate Middleton's official new titles. His Majesty, 73, said the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge will be known as the Prince and Princess of Wales as he gave his first televised address as king this evening. 3Prince William and Kate Middleton will go by the titles the Prince and Princess of Wales 3King Charles gave his first televised address to the nation this eveningCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk Charles automatically became King after Her Majesty's passing at Balmoral yesterday. But he will be formally proclaimed monarch at a historic Accession Council meeting at St James's Palace tomorrow. It comes as…  Devastated King Charles and Queen Camilla land back in London ahead of TV address tonight Prince Harry returns to Frogmore Cottage after tragically arriving in Scotland too late to say goodbye for Queen’s death Liz Truss says ‘God save the King’ to cheers in Commons after touching tribute to ‘devoted’ Queen Charles to be proclaimed King tomorrow at Accession Council as ceremony to be televised for...
    AS the nation continues to mourn the loss of Queen Elizabeth II, her grieving family have returned from Balmoral to pay their own respects. Her son, King Charles III, even made a surprise visit to see emotional crowds gathered at Buckingham Palace, as well as tributes that have been laid for his much-loved late mother.  4King Charles III and Camilla stopped to view the tributes to his late motherCredit: PA 4Britain’s King Charles takes a moment outside Buckingham PalaceCredit: Reuters Whilst there, the 73-year-old, who was joined by his wife Camilla, spoke with well-wishers who turned out in support of the Royal family.  He wandered around the grounds and took in the messages and countless bunches of flowers that adorned the gates. But, understandably, his torment was clear for all to see, and, according to top body language expert Judi James, the new King looked “vulnerable” and “overwhelmed by grief.” Judi told Fabulous: “Charles looks so vulnerable in his grief here that he prompts a very extreme response from the crowds. Read More in RoyalPOIGNANT PEARL Secret meaning behind Kate...
    EMOTIONAL King Charles shared a touching moment today as he shook hands with the same airport worker who consoled Prince Harry. The new monarch was pictured deep in conversation with the woman at Aberdeen Airport. 11King Charles shared a touching moment with an airport workerCredit: PA 11She was earlier pictured consoling his son Prince Harry King Charles spoke with her and other staff members for a few minutes while stood on the runway. He then boarded the jet to take him back to London where he is due to meet PM Liz Truss. The blonde worker is the same member of staff who was seen sharing an emotional moment with Prince Harry earlier. He placed his hand on her shoulder as she accompanied him to his BA flight back to London. Read more on the Queen's deathFAREWELL MA'AM Latest Queen Elizabeth tributes as Britain begins period of mourningTIME FOR MOURNING Royals to officially mourn Queen for at least two weeks at Charles' wish It came after King Charles left Balmoral this morning accompanied by the Queen Consort Camilla. Both looked...