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    THE King once told me: “Polls mean nothing to me.” He then looked me straight in the eye and added: “You see, I’m in it for the long term.” We were at a reception held in his honour at Government House in Darwin, Australia, in April 2018. 5King Charles III attends The Committal Service for Her Majesty The Queen at St George’s Chapel, Windsor CastleCredit: Max Mumby 5 5 5 5 Maybe I should have known better, but I had just informed him how well he had fared personally — along with the monarchy as an institution — in a major poll in respected newspaper The Australian, showing that support Down Under was at an 18-year high. So perhaps he will take a measured view of this poll showing his reign is off to a good start. The results show the monarchy remains as popular as ever, with half of those asked backing Charles to be a good king. The immense warmth towards the Queen — shown by half of her people mourning her death and a fifth saying they...
    THE Queen told friends she had no regrets just five days before her death. She also joked about sending a top cleric to the Tower of London. 1The Queen was pictured smiling in an official photograph days before she died Rt Rev Dr Iain Greenshields, moderator of the Church of Scotland, stayed at Balmoral the weekend before she died. He told ABC News in the US that Her Majesty’s Christian faith was fundamental to her reign. He added: “She said right at the beginning of her time when she was becoming Queen that she was going to ask God for wisdom. "And that’s something which persisted throughout her life. READ MORE ON THE QUEEN'S DEATHFINAL GOODBYES World reacts after the Queen's emotional funeral watched by billionsREMARKABLE 'Brilliant' Queen has made 'remarkable comeback' as excitement for Jubilee grows “When I was chatting to her about her faith she said she had no regrets at all. "She had power but she used it in a way that was beneficial to others by serving her country and by doing it...
    I WAS queuing for lunch at my East London school when the headmaster walked in and said: “It has just been announced that the King has died.” It did not mean anything to me and I just carried on getting my food. 7You just had to wait for her to smile, but that amazing smile would light up the whole roomCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd 7Like me, millions will feel lucky that she was our QueenCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd 7The Queen lived through recessions, wars and personal heartache and every time she bounced backCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd Three or four months later, we were all marched up from our school in Stepney to Whitechapel to see the young Queen driving past. It was my first sight of our new monarch, the lady I would be destined to spend a lifetime photographing. I was 11 when the Queen came to the throne in February 1952, and for the vast majority of people today, she was the only monarch they had ever known. They will mourn her passing with great...
    All of my plants are dead. Or on their way there. There are plenty of problems—overwatering, underwatering—but there are some things I just can’t control. In fact, I was beginning to think my plants were getting too much sunlight—which to me, was just the icing on the cake. I can’t stop the sun, I thought. And then I talked to a plant expert, who said, “Yes, you can.” Hilton Carter is a plant whiz. The author of Wild Creations , Hilton’s home is literally brimming with plants— compared to mine, which has about three dead ones drooping in the corner. It was way past time I asked for some advice. Hilton recommended this gel to apply to the windows. Privacy Window FilmsShop at Amazon$Free Shipping | Free Returns “A lot of greenhouses will have this frosted glass on the ceiling to protect the plants from the harshest light,” he said. “It’s the same idea here: you’re adding a filter to protect your plants from direct sun.” But isn’t having sun on plants a good thing? I wondered. “Having direct sun...
    ONE of Ghislaine ­Maxwell’s four accusers may have lied in the ­witness box, prosecutors were told. The perjury allegation came from a whistleblower — thought to be another victim of paedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein. 1It comes after Maxwell confirmed she will not testify in her trialCredit: Reuters The US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, which is prosecuting Maxwell, declined to ­comment on the claim when contacted by The Sun on Sunday. It comes after Maxwell confirmed she will not testify in her trial. The British socialite, 59, stood with her hands clasped together to declare her intention to Judge Alison Nathan. She said through her black face mask: “The government has not proved its case beyond all reasonable doubt so there is no need for me to testify.” Her defence case rested after less than two days. Her lawyers were struggling to get witnesses to testify and asked for more time because her “life was on the line”. She denies charges linked to Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking ring. The jury can consider whether Maxwell “consciously avoided”...
    ONE of Ghislaine ­Maxwell’s four accusers may have lied in the ­witness box, prosecutors were told. The perjury allegation came from a whistleblower — thought to be another victim of paedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein. Reuters 1 It comes after Maxwell confirmed she will not testify in her trial The US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, which is prosecuting Maxwell, declined to ­comment on the claim when contacted by The Sun on Sunday. It comes after Maxwell confirmed she will not testify in her trial. The British socialite, 59, stood with her hands clasped together to declare her intention to Judge Alison Nathan. She said through her black face mask: “The government has not proved its case beyond all reasonable doubt so there is no need for me to testify.” Her defence case rested after less than two days. Her lawyers were struggling to get witnesses to testify and asked for more time because her “life was on the line”. She denies charges linked to Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking ring. The jury can consider whether Maxwell...
    Gold medalists Chen Meng of China, Wang Manyu of China and Sun Yingsha of China on the podium at Tokyo. REUTERS/Thomas Peter A Chinese table tennis player did not know her grandmother had died until after she returned from the Olympics. Sun Yingsha's grandmother died in April, when the table tennis star was already in a training camp. The 20-year-old won a gold and a silver medal in her first Olympics appearance. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. A gold medal Chinese table tennis player was kept in the dark about her grandmother's death until after she returned home from the Tokyo Olympics.  The South China Morning Post reports that Sun Yingsha's grandmother died in April, but the 20-year-old was already in training at the time and was not told of the news. SCMP reports that Sun's family took the decision not...
    Mark Zuckerberg and his deputy Sheryl Sandberg have 'drifted apart' following disagreements about his handling of Trump, according to a new book - with the staunch Democrat left 'burning with humiliation' at having to defend some of Facebook's policies. Sandberg, 51, is said to have taken exception to Zuckerberg's wooing of the former president, which included showing him internal data revealing he had the most Facebook engagements of any politician and refusing to take down a fake video of Nancy Pelosi slurring her words. The 37-year-old CEO was determined to prove Facebook was not biased against conservatives, leaving his staunch Democrat deputy increasingly isolated, while Zuckerberg has also become 'critical of her handling of public relations', the new book claims. Sandberg, 51, is said to have taken exception to Zuckerberg's wooing of the former president. The pair are pictured at a tech summit Thursday in Sun Valley, Idaho  Cecilia Kang and Sheera Frankel, authors An Ugly Truth: Inside Facebook's Battle for Domination, spoke to dozens of former and current Facebook staff who said that the appearance of Zuckerberg and...
    A BROTHER and sister told they had cancer on the same date a year apart have both been given the all-clear. Usually inseparable Marley and Harmony Young were forced apart for treatment due to the pandemic. 5Harmony, nine, and Marley Young, seven, with mum Becci, 27Credit: The Sun But the duo have now been reunited and are spending every minute together. Mum Becci, 27, told The Sun on Sunday: “They won’t leave each other’s sides.  “Covid has kept them apart and now they are making up for it.” Doctors discovered Marley, now seven, had bladder cancer on June 9, 2019. He had months of chemo and surgery. But as his treatment came to an end, Harmony, now nine, started complaining of arm pain — and was diagnosed on June 9 last year as a rare bone cancer. 5Marley had months of chemo and surgery for bladder cancerCredit: The Sun 5Harmony, during treatment for a rare bone cancerCredit: The Sun ...
    SARAH Sanders says President Donald Trump told her to go to North Korea to "take one for the team" after Kim Jong -un "winked at her." The former White House press secretary said that during the 2018 Singapore summit with the two world leaders, "Kim nodded and appeared to wink at me." Most read in NewsHUNTED DOWNWoman's horror as CCTV captures moment Dijon Kizzee was chased & killed by copsBEHEADING 'MURDER'Son wearing nightie 'decapitated mum with sword and hid head in freezer'ALL SHOOK UPElvis Presley's Graceland vandalized by Black Lives Matter protestersHOLIDAY TRAGEDYMum, 23, 'died in her sleep' in Ibiza hotel room after going for nap'RIGGED ELECTION?'Trump hits out at predictions 'Biden will smash him with postal ballots''DISGUSTING'Target sacks worker who made drink with 'bleach & blood of innocent black man' More to follow… For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The Sun is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures, and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free app for the best ever Sun...
    Health officials say Saturday's Trump rally could become a coronavirus superspreader event.But attendees have told Insider they're not worried about the virus. "The sun kills the virus, the sun kills the flu," one woman said."We're healthy and strong and young," another said of herself and her two daughters.Journalist Jeff Sharlet told MSNBC the mindset among many is "You'll be sort of magically protected."A petition to force attendees to wear masks in BOK Center was unanimously defeated in the Oklahoma Supreme Court on Friday.Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Health experts are worried that today's rally for President Donald Trump in Tulsa, Oklahoma, could end up being a superspreader event. But those coming from across the country to glimpse the president at his first public gathering since the pandemic say they're not concerned.  "The sun kills the virus, the sun kills the flu, and we're in June," anti-abortion activist Deedee Mannor said Friday outside the BOK Center.  Deborah Adams, who came with her 5- and 9-year-old daughters, told Insider "the Lord brought us out here." Adams says she's not concerned...
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