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    THANKS to a handy psychological trick, one man claims he can tell a lot about your personality in just a few seconds. The insight doesn't come from asking you deep questions, though – instead, the revelation comes from what you see first in a simple optical illusion. 1What you see first in this optical illusion reveals a lot about youCredit: tiktok/@charlesmeriot TikTok star Charles Meriot regularly shares optical illusions and personality tests to his page, where the comments sections are full of viewers debating the accuracy of the clips and revealing what they saw first.  Charles has a whopping 958.2k TikTok followers and 43.2million likes, with many users praising his personality predictions as highly accurate.  So if you want to find out a bit more about yourself, you’ve come to the right place.  In a recent clip, Charles explained what his latest illusion can reveal about viewers' personalities. Read more optical illusionsFACE IT What you see first in this mind-bending optical illusion says a lot about youLOOK AT THIS What you see first in this mind-bending optical illusion says a...
    THANKS to a handy psychological trick, one man claims he can tell a lot about your personality in just a few seconds. The insight doesn't come from asking you deep questions, though – instead, the revelation comes from what you see first in a simple optical illusion. 1What do you see first in this optical illusion?Credit: @charlesmeriot/Tiktok TikTok star Charles Meriot regularly shares optical illusions and personality tests to his page, where the comments sections are full of viewers debating the accuracy of the clips and revealing what they saw first.  In a recent clip, Charles explained what his latest illusion can reveal about viewers' personalities. Meriot displayed the illusion behind him as he asked: “What did you see first?”. He explained: “If you saw the man reading the book first, it means you care a lot about social and romantic relationships, but you have trouble opening up to other people.  Read more optical illusions LOOK AT THIS What you see first in this mind-bending optical illusion says a lot about youBRAIN GAME What you see in this optical illusion...
    THANKS to a handy psychological trick, one man claims he can tell a lot about your personality in just a few seconds. The insight doesn't come from asking you deep questions, though – instead, the revelation comes from what you see first in a simple optical illusion. 1What you see first in this optical illusion reveals a lot about your personalityCredit: tiktok/@charlesmeriot TikTok star Charles Meriot regularly shares optical illusions and personality tests to his page, where the comments sections are full of viewers debating the accuracy of the clips and revealing what they saw first.  In a recent clip, Charles explained what his latest illusion can reveal about viewers' personalities. Meriot displayed the illusion behind him as he asked: “What did you see first?”. He explained: “If you saw the girl first it means you have a kind and caring heart and you’re constantly thinking about other people that play an important part in your life. Read more optical illusionsBRAIN GAME What you see in this optical illusion says a lot about you & if you're gullibleLOOK HERE Optical...
    Kellyanne Conway, a former adviser to Donald Trump, admitted over the weekend that she knew of allegations against Charles Herbster (R-NE) 10 months ago but stayed silent and worked for him anyway. During an appearance on Steve Bannon's War Room: Pandemic program on Saturday, Conway suggested that a Republican Nebraska state senator and seven other women had been lying when they accused Herbster of groping them. Herbster is running to replace Gov. Pete Ricketts (R) and has been endorsed by Trump. Conway accused the outgoing governor of orchestrating a political attack on Herbster. "We've got women coming forward, we only know one's name," Conway said. "Her name is Julie Slama. She is a state senator who, curiously, Gov. Ricketts mentioned to me 10 months ago. [Ricketts] got in my face at an RNC event." Conway said that she had "protected" Ricketts by not revealing Slama's accusations against Herbster, who is suing for defamation. "I'm done trying to be Nebraska nice," she explained. "It was a very uncomfortable moment and I went up just to say, Governor, it seems like we're...
    PRINCE Harry has shown he is still bitter over Megxit by taking a fresh swipe at Palace “vipers” who drew up the deal. His latest barb about wanting to protect the Queen was aimed at her closest advisers. 4Prince Harry's latest barb about wanting to protect the Queen was aimed at her closest advisers who drew up the Megxit terms, sources sayCredit: Splash A source said: “The protection comment is perceived to refer to the way he thinks the Queen is ill-advised by those around her, particularly during the Megxit Sandringham Summit.” Harry, 37, was accused of a “betrayal of trust” after telling US TV about a private chat with his gran during a recent UK visit. Courtiers were shocked to the core as he claimed he was “just making sure she’s protected and got the right people around her”. Harry refused to clarify his remark but sources say it was viewed as a dig at advisers who drew up the 2020 exit deal — and whom he reportedly called vipers. READ MORE ON PRINCE HARRYROYAL COMEBACK Queen may...
    Sometimes sports hosts and personalities can have their words misinterpreted the wrong way which is exactly what happened to Charles Barkley Thursday night on NBA on TNT. The misinterpretation happened as Chuck and the crew were discussing Nikola Jokic and Draymond Green, specifically their defensive differences as Green “braces” and Jokic “bangs”, according to Barkley. “That’s not what Draymond is doing. Draymond is bracing and Joker, instead of going around him, he’s banging and banging and banging. When a guy is banging you, you spin off of him. That was the worst defenders to play against actually because if you can feel their body, come on,” Barkley stopped explaining, looking over at Shaquille O’Neal and Kenny Smith giggling. “You way out of order right now,” Smith said. “I didn’t say nothing,” Shaq said, still laughing. “You didn’t need to,” Ernie Johnson chimed in, taking the show to break. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out what O’Neal and Smith were referring to, as the funny moment caught the eye of a few spectators, including a professor at Temple...
    THE "snubbed" Queen is "wary" of Prince Harry after he unleashed an explosive interview about their private chat, an insider has claimed. Harry said he is “protecting” the Queen as he revealed details of their private meeting on a US TV interview. 4The Queen is 'wary' of Prince Harry after he unleashed an explosive interview about their private chat, an insider has claimedCredit: Rex 4Prince Harry sparked a fresh row by announcing on US TV that he is 'protecting' the Queen Last week, the Sun exclusively revealed how Harry and Meghan met Charles, Camilla and the Queen at Windsor Castle during their first face-to-face meeting in more than two years. In his explosive sit down with US journalist Hoda Kotb, Harry said he and his grandmother have a "special relationship" and "talk about things that she can't talk about with anybody else". His statements were widely criticised, with the Duke blasted as "arrogant" and his claims a "gross insult to all the royal family, the royal doctors and all the aides around Her Majesty". And now, a Royal Insider has told how the Queen has been left...
    THANKS to a handy psychological trick, one man claims he can tell a lot about your personality in just a few seconds. The insight doesn't come from asking you deep questions, though – instead, the revelation comes from what you see first in a simple optical illusion. 1Charles Meriot reveals he can tell a lot about your personality based on what you see in this optical illusionCredit: @charlesmeriot/Tiktok TikTok star Charles Meriot shares optical illusions and personality tests to his page, where the comments sections are full of viewers debating the accuracy of the clips. In a recent clip, Charles explained what his latest illusion can reveal about viewers' personalities. Meriot displayed the illusion behind him as he asked: “What did you see first?”. He explained: “If you saw the man first it means you’re social, you have a lot of friends, but sometimes you can be a little bit gullible and have trouble making decisions. Read more optical illusionsLOOK HERE Optical illusion leaves people baffled - what you see reveals your mental ageEYE SEE IT What you see first...
    Prince Harry dodged a question about whether or not he misses his brother Prince William and father Prince Charles while speaking to Today’s Hoda Kotb.  Harry spoke to Kotb while in the Netherlands, as the Duke of Sussex is attending the fifth Invictus Games in the Hague. The duke founded The Invictus Games Foundation in 2014, which hosts sporting events for wounded or sick veterans and service people. While Kotb asked Harry about the foundation and his work in service, she later shifted to questions regarding the Prince’s family — a hot topic for the royals. “Do you miss your family?” Kotb asked. Harry shared that he has missed his family, especially over the last two years — which marks both the length of the pandemic and roughly the amount of time since he stepped down from royal duties. “For most people, have they not missed their family? Right, the ability to get home?” said Harry, who recently met with Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle. “Of course, you know, that’s a huge part of it.” Kotb then narrowed down the question, asking...
    A BODY language expert has claimed to have spotted a moment that proves that Meghan Markle “didn’t care” about royal duties. On his YouTube account, Jesus Enrique Rosas pointed out a moment during a Buckingham Palace reception when he claims Meghan deliberately flouted rules on which royal should enter the room first. 6Body language expert Jesus Enrique Rosas said that Meghan Markle showed she 'didn't care' about royal duties at a 2019 Buckingham Palace receptionCredit: AFP 6Jesus claims Charles told Meghan she had to wait to her turn to enter the roomCredit: youtube 6Jesus says Meghan appears to step forward, causing Charles to turn aroundCredit: YouTube The incident is said to have taken place in 2019 at the 50th anniversary of the Investiture of Charles, the Prince of Wales. Jesus, also known as the Body Language Guy, says Meghan stepped forward to enter the room before her rank of seniority.  He explained: “This is that royal engagement when Charles told the Sussexes about royal protocol and they did as they pleased anyway. “They were about to enter a room where...
    It feels mean-spirited to be criticizing a 95-year-old woman who has served as a global symbol of duty, fortitude and stability for 70 years, but Elizabeth II also is a rich and powerful head of state, so criticism comes with the territory, especially when she or members of the royal family have done things to undermine an institution she’s devoted her life to protecting. This is supposed to be a year of celebrations for the queen’s Platinum Jubilee, marking her 70 years on the throne, but in just the first months into the year-long event, these celebrations have been hit by repeated setbacks, health problems and controversies, according to Newsweek and other publications. The queen couldn’t help the health problems, which include her and Prince Charles testing positive for COVID-19 in February, and her ongoing struggles with mobility. The controversies are another matter, and they include her own decisions involving her disgraced son, Prince Andrew, and any role she played in approving the tone and purpose of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s beleaguered royal tour last month of Belize, Jamaica...
    Is Prince Andrew really so cretinous and conniving that he would allow his mother to risk her impeccable reputation to aid his delusional fantasies of a comeback? Sadly, the answer is, absolutely, without any doubt. Yesterday, in front of the world's media, the disgraced Duke of York used a frail 95-year-old to return to the public stage where he is convinced he belongs – and I wasn't even slightly surprised. After all, in the days after his father Prince Philip's death a year ago, I revealed how he immediately began plotting to use the tragedy to take the spotlight and then did appear in front of the TV cameras, ignoring the wishes of his relatives and royal courtiers. It takes a uniquely twisted individual to use the bereavement of a parent to plot a resurgence. Is Prince Andrew really so cretinous and conniving that he would allow his mother to risk her impeccable reputation to aid his delusional fantasies of a comeback? Sadly, the answer is, absolutely, without any doubt. Pictured: The Duke of York walks The Queen into Westminster...
    Our Monarchy is a treasured but ultimately fragile jewel. The events of the past few days have shown that all too clearly. There are widespread concerns about the Queen’s health, while William and Kate endured several awkward moments during their Caribbean tour. The couple returned home today having acquitted themselves with distinction, but the institution that they represent, and which has been such a key pillar of Britain’s national identity for centuries, has come under attack. For many, the Monarchy is a refuge in times of crisis. Ugly events – war in Ukraine, Covid, the rising cost of living at home – can seem less of a threat if all remains calm and stable at the centre of things. The Queen represents the beating heart of the nation, yet her advanced age and increasing frailty expose just how delicate the bond is between sovereign and people. It is now increasingly clear that we should not expect to see our Head of State again at any of those traditional set pieces in the Royal year – Trooping the Colour, the State...
    The good news is Charles Oakley’s new memoir, “The Last Enforcer: Outrageous Stories From the Life and Times of One of the NBA’s Fiercest Competitors,” comes with a six-page index, for easy perusal. The bad news — particularly if you played in the NBA during the power forward’s 19-year career, from his 1985 debut alongside Michael Jordan on the Chicago Bulls, to his 2004 retirement from the Houston Rockets — is if you find your name in the book. I hope not. I mean, after a light, laudatory forward by Jordan himself (“He truly was my enforcer”), Oakley begins, in the first sentence, with direct words for Charles Barkley. No, he never punched Charles Barkley, he explains: “I did, however, slap the (expletive) out of him.” Barkley — who would become the Joker to Oakley’s Batman, or perhaps vice versa — gets dozens of references, not one pleasant. “Mention my name to Barkley today,” he writes, “and he’ll go the other way.” Oakley does not mince words, on and off the court. During a Toronto shootaround, he barks at Lamar...
    Prince Harry could be quizzed as a witness in the cash for honours investigation launched by Scotland Yard, it emerged today. The Duke of Sussex was accused of throwing his father under the bus last year after claiming he raised concerns about a Saudi billionaire donor. Charles' senior aide Michael Fawcett was forced to resign as head of The Prince's Foundation over his role in the scandal. In December Harry said he had 'severed ties' with Mahfouz Marei Mubarak bin Mahfouz a year before Prince Charles presented the controversial Saudi billionaire with a CBE.  Clarence House has repeatedly said that Charles had 'no knowledge' of the 'cash for access' allegations, but it did not comment on whether Harry raised concerns with him about Mr Mahfouz.  Now the Metropolitan Police are investigating, their detectives could choose to question him over what his concerns were, and who he told in 2015, according to the Mirror. MailOnline has asked Prince Harry to comment. Harry said he had 'concerns' over the businessman's 'motives'. He made the comments after it was revealed that he had held a...
    The queen and Prince Charles seem overjoyed at Camilla Parker Bowles’ elevation to Queen Consort, but so far unknown are the feelings of Prince Harry and Prince William. Indeed, the problematic relationship between Harry, Charles, Camilla and the ghost of Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, was thrown into sharp relief earlier this week. Harry was taking part in a video chat in which he recalled the ground-breaking determination of his mother to “kick the door open” when it came to HIV and AIDS. A few hours after that chat was released on Thursday, it was announced that Charles had been struck down with COVID, despite being thrice vaccinated and previously infected.
    PREGNANT Lauren Goodger shared post about feeling "depressed" after her split with Charles Drury after dumping him over his fling with Amy Gilbert. The 35-year-old shared a meaningful quote on social media about what it's like "being a mama". 5Lauren Goodger shared a post about feeling "depressed" after split with Charles DruryCredit: Instagram 5The couple welcomed Larose into the world in July last yearCredit: Instagram Lauren, who gave birth to her daughter Larose July 2021, has loved sharing her journey into motherhood on Instagram. Earlier today she posted a quote on her Instagram Story that highlighted the struggles of being a mum. It says: "Being a mama is not easy. You still have to be a mama when you're stressed, depressed, burnt out, crying, and struggling. "Mothers are superheroes. You won't change my mind on that." Last month it was revealed that Lauren is expecting her second child with the builder. The Towie star explained that she she fell pregnant just eight weeks after welcoming daughter Larose. Days before it was reported that Lauren had kicked Charles out of her...
    New York Knicks legend Charles Oakley doesn’t think Charles Barkley has a right to criticize current NBA players because he’s overweight. “He talks too much,” Oakley said of the TNT analyst on The Breakfast Club. “Back then you didn’t talk, now you talking cause these young kids all care about you. I see you on TV talking stuff and you a fat slob. You ain’t taking care of yourself to talk about somebody.” Oakley then revealed he’s still not over a physical altercation he got into with Barkley more than 20 years ago. “He violated code,” Oakley explained. “He violated code when he tried to hit me on my cheek. I don’t play like that.” Oakley said he doesn’t care if more than two decades have passed by since his tussle with Barkley, he’s still upset. “It don’t matter,” he explained. “I still gotta pay, so he still got to pay.” Even though Oakley is clearly still bothered by their altercation, he’s not looking for an apology from Barkley. “It is what it is. I mean, I don’t need...
    IN the height of lockdown, we were doing anything we could think of to pass the time. After clearing out our wardrobes and baking enough banana bread to feed a village, we then tried our hand at some DIY - and panelled walls were ALL the rage on Instagram. 2Mum Jess bought into the panelling trend six months agoCredit: justices_nest/Tik Tok 2She had no idea it would damage her walls like thisCredit: justices_nest/Tik Tok One person who also jumped on this decor trend is mum Jess Justice - who boasts over 16,000 followers on her interiors Instagram and TikTok pages. Although she was chuffed with the finish at first, Jess said it didn't take long for her to grow bored of the feature wall and want to start afresh. Earlier this month, Jess posted a video - which has racked up over 355,000 views - documenting the removal process. And let's just say, it wasn't quite as easy as she had hoped. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED She explained: "When you add panelling...