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Five more women claim Prince Andrew witnessed Jeffrey Epstein abusing them
Five more Jeffrey Epstein victims say Prince Andrew witnessed the US paedo’s sordid behaviour.
The claims came in Monday night’s BBC Panorama special, which also showed Virginia Giuffre sobbing as she repeated she had sex with Andrewat 17 and called on the British public to “stand beside her”.
The Duke of York is facing calls to give evidence in court by the five other women. Panorama revealed he has been named in legal testimony for all their cases.
Lawyers representing the five women said Andrew could have important information about Epstein’s sex trafficking operation.
Queen looks healthy after sick WhatsApp haux sparked rumours she had died
The Queen looked the picture of health on Monday as she was snapped leaving Windsor Castle – hour after a sick hoax sparked panic that she had died.
The distasteful prank, said to be from a WhatsApp group chat of the Queen’s guards, claimed Her Maj had died of a “heart attack”.
The chat, which was shared thousands of times, went viral on Twitter on Sunday and #queendead was still trending this evening.
Prince William arrives in the Middle East for historic visit to Kuwait and Oman
Prince William has arrived in the Middle East as part of his historic first official visit to Kuwait and Oman.
A highlight of the Duke of Cambridge’s four-day trip will be camping in the desert, outside the capital Kuwait City.
Prince William arrived in Kuwait on Sunday for a tour of the region, to coincide with the 120th anniversary of the signing of a friendship treaty between Britain and Kuwait.
Does Meghan Markle write her own Instagram posts? Eagle-eyed fans spot ‘proof’
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry did a poignant post on Instagram about helping the needy at Christmas – and could it be proof the duchess writes her own captions?
The sweet message uses Americanism “holidays” to refer to festive period, which hints that Meghan, 38, could be the anonymous author behind the message.
The December 1 post is the latest in a string of clues that Meghan has a firm hand over the Sussex Royal account.
Queen helped William and Kate rip up the royal rulebook when they got married
When Prince William and Kate Middleton tied the knot back in 2011, their wedding was watched by approximately 26 million Brits.
And despite the pair sticking to a number of royal traditions during the day, it’s been reported that behind the scenes, they wanted to “do things their own way”.
Royal expert Katie Nicholl explained: “Initially Buckingham Palace had drawn up a very extensive guest list, I think over 700 names of Heads of State, Kings and Queens around the world.”
Royal reporter Roya Nikkhah also added: “[William] then went to the Queen and said ‘Is this really the way it’s going to be?’
“And she said, ‘No rip that up! Invite who you want.’”
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Last week, Prince Harry and Meghan took to Instagram to wish fans a happy Thanksgiving as they celebrated the US holiday during a break from royal duties.
It has already been announced the Sussexes will not be spending Christmas Day with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at her private Sandringham estate in Norfolk.