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    A WOMAN has urged people never to smoke in the house, after witnessing the filth that stained the walls of her parents' home. Candice Leigh Clark took to TikTok to share a clip of herself trying to get the dirty brown walls clean, with the cloth she was using instantly coated in brown gunk. 2Candice Leigh Clark was stunned by the amount of grime on the walls of the house her parents lived inCredit: tiktok/@candygirl8270 2As soon as she wiped the wall, her cloth was saturated with dirtCredit: tiktok/@candygirl8270 Wrapping it over itself, she then tried to wipe away another segment of the wall, at which point the cloth was saturated with dirt. "Never smoke in the house!" she captioned her video, on which she wrote: "My parents smoked 2 packs a day in their house!!!" In the comments section, she revealed that she was cleaning the property ahead of selling it after her parents' deaths. "This was after they passed away when I was getting their house ready to sell," she wrote, adding that they'd...
    PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle could skip Prince Philip's memorial if their police protection row is not resolved in time, royal sources have said. A memorial for the Duke of Edinburgh, who died last April, will be held in the spring this year - although an exact date for the event is yet to be announced. 2Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may not attend Prince Philip's memorial amid their battle for police protectionCredit: AFP Meghan and Harry were reportedly expected to attend, but after the duke launched legal action against the UK Government over his lack of security, their presence is looking increasingly doubtful. A royal source told Page Six: “If Harry goes, he will want to have security for him and his family. "If and when he decides to go back to the UK, he needs security.” Harry plans to sue the Government to give him back the protection he lost when quit royal duties. And until then, legal representatives for the duke have said he and his family will be "unable to return" to...
    THERE'S no denying just how tempting it can be to have a quick scroll through your partner's phone when they're not looking... but as a general rule, it's probably not a good idea. That said, if their screen is reflected in their glasses then that's got to be a guilt-free way to know what they're up to. Right? 2Maddy could see what her husband was up to on his phoneCredit: TikTok 2She caught him swiping through photos of womenCredit: TikTok Well woman has been rightfully left a little irritated after spotting her husband looking at other women online in this way. But people reckon it could be even worse than she thinks. In a viral video that's racked up over 787,000 views, TikToker user Maddy filmed her husband seemingly swiping through photos of women on his phone. Zooming in on his mirrored glasses, Maddy asked: "Babe, what are you doing?" FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Unaware that she could already see exactly what it was he was up to, her husband replied: "Hmm? Just...
    WILLIAM and Kate today carried out their first royal engagement since the Queen effectively cast Prince Andrew out of the Firm. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kept up appearances for a visit to London's Foundling Museum while Andrew comes to terms with life out of the royal spotlight. 7The Duchess of Cambridge arriving at the Foundling Museum in LondonCredit: James Whatling 7The couple arriving at the museum in the capitalCredit: Dan Charity 7The duchess was all smiles during her first royal engagement since Prince Andrew was stripped of his royal and military titlesCredit: PA The Queen stripped him of his "His Royal Highness" status and military honours during a face-to-face showdown last week. The bombshell news was announced by Buckingham Palace later that day amid growing anger at the Duke of York's sex assault lawsuit. He is accused of sexually assaulting Virginia Roberts Giuffre when she was just 17 and must now face his US case as a "private citizen" meaning he can't hide behind royal privileges. But Andrew's allegations failed to cast a shadow over Kate and Wills'...
    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry's request to live in Windsor Castle after their wedding may have been rejected by the Queen because it would have been "inappropriate", according to an expert. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex now live with their two children Archie and Lilibet in their £11million Californian mansion. 2The Queen may have rejected Meghan and Harry's request to live at Windsor Castle because it would not have been 'entirely appropriate'Credit: Getty But the couple have had plenty of homes together since they first started dating. After they got engaged, Meghan moved into Harry's small two-bedroom cottage at Kensington Palace, just a few doors up from the Cambridges. And after their wedding, they wanted somewhere bigger to raise a family. According to The Sunday Times, they went to the Queen for help. The duke and duchess asked Her Majesty if they could live at Windsor Castle - something royal biographer Hugo Vickers said may not have been "entirely appropriate". The royal historian told the Times in 2019: "There are empty bedrooms and suites in the private apartments within Windsor Castle...
    More On: royal family Prince Harry says he’s not safe in UK, petitions government to provide security Royal family’s ‘future lies in Kate Middleton’s hands’: Insiders Prince Andrew should lose HRH and military titles amid suit: critics Kate Middleton wears the Queen’s and Diana’s jewelry in birthday photos Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could skip Prince Philip’s upcoming memorial if their fight over security is not resolved, Page Six is told. It had been expected that they would attend the spring 2022 service for his late grandfather, who died last April at age 99, and finally introduce their 7-month-old daughter, Lilibet, to the royal family. But that’s all on hold with the Duke of Sussex in a legal dispute with the British government over a decision not to let him pay for police protection for his family while in the UK. Harry wants to bring Lilibet and 2-year-old son Archie to visit from the US, but they are “unable to return to his home” because it is too dangerous, a legal representative said. It comes after he was chased...
    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry wanted to set an example on a special day. On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex provided meals for volunteers and staff organizing Monday’s events at The King Center in Atlanta, a spokesperson for the couple told People magazine. The couple also received support from the late minister and activist's daughter, Dr. Bernice King. According to the outlet, local Black-owned food trucks Paige’s Pastries & Bistro, as well as Parlay Savory Saloon, served free lunches to those who helped put together the events, including a voter registration, an education drive and a service project to gather donations for unsheltered and homeless people in Atlanta. "Thank you, Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, for providing local Black-owned food trucks for our #MLKDay service project volunteers," The King Center tweeted. "Your care matters so much to those here to register and educate voters and collect items for our homeless neighbors." PRINCE HARRY REQUESTS TO FUND OWN POLICE SECURITY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM The annual King Center Commemorative Service...
    PRINCE Andrew and Prince Harry will receive Platinum Jubilee medals from the Queen after all - despite being ineligible. The Dukes are not eligible to receive medals marking the Queen's 70 years on the throne through their military affiliations after they were stripped by the Queen. 2Prince Harry and Prince Andrew are set to receive a privately funded Jubilee medal from the Queen 2The medals are usually only awarded to serving members of the armed forces and royals who have held an honorary title for a year. Both Dukes are now private citizens But the Queen, 95, is set to privately fund commemorative gongs for the Royal Family, as she does on all past jubilee occasions. This means Harry, 37, and Andrew, 61, are spared the embarrassment and the medals will be a private gift from the monarch. Royal sources say in common with previous Queen's Jubilee years it is "likely" that wider members of the family will receive the gong. The medals will be distributed to "both working and non-working" family members such as Harry and Andrew, sources say....
    MEGHAN Markle is unlikely to stay with Prince Charles in the UK as it will be "awkward" following the family's very public row, an expert has said. The Prince of Wales reportedly invited the Sussexes to stay with him when they are next in the UK and has told Prince Harry he'd love to see his grandchildren. 2Prince Charles as reportedly invited Meghan and Harry to stay with him and CamillaCredit: Rex Features According to reports, Charles offered to bring the family together for the first time since Megxit in the lead-up to Christmas. But royal biographer Angela Levin believes the likelihood of Meghan and Harry accepting such an invitation is slim - as it would be too awkward. The royal author told the Sun Online: "Of course when you are married your partner has a say in it all and I don’t believe Meghan ever wants to come back here. "She would find it very difficult to stay with Prince Charles and the duchess [of Cornwall] because I think she would be quite awkward about it all." Meghan...
    PRINCE Harry is only "focused on himself" and could write about his security row in his explosive memoir, an expert has said. The Duke of Sussex could detail a number of recent woes in his upcoming book - from reportedly being stripped of his Queen's Jubilee Medal to his desperate bid for police protection. 2Prince Harry could write about his security row in his upcoming memoir - but it is not yet clear whether he still has timeCredit: Getty But it is not yet clear whether the bombshell pages have already gone to print, raising questions as to what will be published. Royal biographer Angela Levin said Harry will likely be "very angry" about losing his Queen's jubilee honours and the matter will "justify him writing this memoir". And she says if it's too late to get his latest troubles in print, Harry will "mention them if he's doing interviews". The author of Harry: Conversations with the Prince, told the Sun Online: "I think he will mention [the security row] if he’s doing an interview. I think...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle provided meals for volunteers and staff organising events for Martin Luther King day in Atlanta, the Civil Rights leader's daughter has revealed.   The Duke, 37, and Duchess of Sussex, 40, who live in a $14million mansion in Montecito, California, supported staff at The King Center for Nonviolent Social Change in Atlanta by buying meals from black-owned food trucks who then gave them out  to those helping with Monday's events. Taking to Twitter, a spokesperson for the centre thanked the royal couple, writing: 'Thank you, Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, for providing local Black-owned food trucks for our #MLKDay service project volunteers.  'Your care matters so much to those here to register and educate voters and collect items for our homeless neighbors'. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle provided meals for volunteers and staff organising events for Martin Luther King day in Atlanta, the Civil Rights leader's daughter has revealed. They are pictured on their Christmas card with children Archie and Lilibet  They also shared pictures of the volunteers.   The King Center is run by...
    PRINCE Charles is "sad" he can't see Archie and Lilibet and feels "something is missing" when Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are in LA, it's reported. Royal sources say the Prince of Wales has invited the Sussexes to stay with him when they are next in the UK and has told his youngest son he'd love to see his grandchildren. 5Charles has invited the Sussexes to come and stay with him when they next return to the UK - and he and Harry have shared 'good-natured and enjoyable' video chats recently, royal sources sayCredit: AP:Associated Press 5The Prince of Wales has not yet met baby Lilibet, and is sad he can't spend more time with his grandchildren, it's saidCredit: Alexi Lubomirski Charles hasn't seen Archie since he was six months old, and has never met baby Lilibet Diana, who was born in June. But he offered to bring the family together for the first time since Megxit in the lead-up to Christmas, the Mirror reports. One source told the publication: “The Prince of Wales has been saddened that he...
    PRINCE Andrew and Harry "may be stripped of their role as the Queen's deputy and will miss out on a Jubliee medal" in fresh humiliation, it's reported. Both Dukes have lost their titles - meaning they're no longer eligible for the medal, which will be awarded on February 6, sources say. 2Prince Harry and Prince Andrew won't receive a Jubilee medal next month, it's been said 2The medals are only awarded to serving members of the armed forces and royals who have held an honorary title for a year. Both Dukes are now private citizens All serving members of the armed forces, as well as blue light workers and prison officers, will receive one of the honours. Members of the Royal Family who hold honorary positions in the military are also eligible. Veterans won't receive the medal unless they're living recipients of the George Cross or Victoria Cross. Andrew and Harry have been stripped of their royal titles and all military honours, although both have served overseas. But under the rules, they'll be treated as veterans - meaning they don't apply...
    Prince Andrew and Prince Harry face a new double humiliation from Buckingham Palace as officials are mulling ways to remove another of their significant roles, while also denying them Jubilee medals like other veterans. Palace sources say the Duke of York and Duke of Sussex are set to lose their status as Counsellors of State, on top of the various other titles they've had to forgo.  Counsellors of State are made up of the monarch's spouse and the next four people in the line of succession who are over the age of 21. They are authorised to carry out most of the official duties, such as attending Privy Council meetings, signing routine documents and receiving the credentials of new ambassadors to the UK. Both Andrew and his nephew have been stripped of their royal patronages and military titles amid the former's ongoing legal woes and the latter's decision to quit 'The Firm'.  Sources confirmed that they, along with Charles and William, are still two of the four Counsellors of State, who would be called upon to take the place of the...
    PRINCE Harry and Prince Andrew won't be awarded Jubilee medals like other members of the armed forces, it's reported. Both Dukes have lost their titles - meaning they're no longer eligible for the medal, which will be awarded on February 6. 4Prince Harry and Prince Andrew won't receive a Jubilee medal next month, it's been revealedCredit: Getty 4The medals are only awarded to serving members of the armed forces and royals who have held an honorary title for a year. Both Dukes are now private citizensCredit: PA All serving members of the armed forces, as well as blue light workers and prison officers, will receive one of the honours. Members of the Royal Family who hold honorary positions in the military are also eligible. Veterans won't receive the medal unless they're living recipients of the George Cross or Victoria Cross. Andrew and Harry have been stripped of their royal titles and all military honours, although both have served overseas. But under the rules, they'll be treated as veterans - meaning they don't apply for the medal, the Telegraph...
    Prince Charles has invited Prince Harry and his family to stay with him in the UK in the hope of meeting Lilibet for the first time, it emerged tonight. The Prince of Wales is yet to see his granddaughter face-to-face, after she was born in California in June last year. The offer, which would be the first time the family have fully come together since Harry and Meghan decided to quit as working royals, was made just before Christmas, according to the Mirror. However, his son's refusal to return without a substantial level of security from the Met Police is said to have put the reunion in doubt. In recent months, the family have communicated via a series of 'good natured' calls, sources told the paper. The first picture of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's daughter Lilibet was released in a Christmas card last month The Prince of Wales (centre), during his visit to Haddo Country Park, Ellon, Aberdeenshire last week RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Princess Anne doesn't get full-time security and her......
    WE all know how to empty the hoover, but did you know you should also regularly clean its hose pipe? One woman decided to do just that after seeing someone else do it on social media, and was stunned by the amount of muck that came out. 1Rachael Stammers was stunned when she saw the amount of dirt that emerged when she soaked her Henry hoover's hose pipe for the first timeCredit: FACEBOOK "I have a Henry, and love it!" Rachael Stammers wrote on the Family Lowdown Tips and Ideas group on Facebook. "Saw someone do this the other day so thought I’d give it a go after having my Henry for over 3 years…" Alongside the caption, she shared a picture of a black hosepipe soaking in a bath filled with water and Zoflora. And while the water had been clear when the pipe was put in it, it was a dark brown colour "just after 10 minutes", Rachael added. Facebook fans were quick to comment on the post, which attracted an impressive 1,000...
    THERE are few things more annoying than using all of your strength to try and get a jar lid off, only for it to stay resolutely stuck to the jar. But one woman has come up with an amazing hack to help - and it takes just seconds. 2To get the jar lid off, Sammy pierced the lid several times with a knife, which allowed the air to escapeCredit: TikTok 2She was then able to remove the jar lid with easeCredit: TikTok Sammy took to TikTok to share a video of herself demonstrating the hack, explaining: "If you can't get into a jar, take a knife." She then uses the end of a sharp knife to pierce the lid of the jar, at which point the air can be heard escaping. "Can you hear that? That is the air squeezing out of it," she added. Once the air had escaped, Sammy was able to remove the lid easily and with little to no force. "Just in case you didn’t know it’s pressurised so once the pressure...
    PRINCE Charles has invited Harry and Meghan to stay with him when they're next in the UK - and is desperate to spend time with Archie and Lilibet, it's reported. Royal sources say the Prince of Wales has opened his home to the Sussexes and told his youngest son he'd love to see his grandchildren. 3Charles has invited the Sussexes to come and stay with him when they next return to the UK - and he and Harry have shared 'good-natured and enjoyable' video chats recently, royal sources say Charles hasn't seen Archie since he was six months old, and has never met baby Lilibet Diana, who was born in June. He offered to bring the family together for the first time since Megxit in the lead-up to Christmas, the Mirror reports. And it's said he and and the Sussexes have held a series of “good-natured and enjoyable” video calls over the past few months. However, an expert suggested today that Meghan may never return to the UK amid Harry's decision to take legal action against the Government. It was...
    WE’VE all witnessed the annoyance of a slow, clogged drain: dirty water filling up, weird noises, and awful smells. No matter how much water we pour down the drain or how many times we turn on the disposal, sometimes the problem just won’t get better.    3A slow drain usually means it's a clogged drainCredit: TikTok/Carolina Mccauley - Home Hacks 3A cleaning guru said the problem has an easy fixCredit: TikTok/Carolina Mccauley - Home Hacks Luckily, TikTok’s resident cleaning expert @Carolina.McCauley said she has a simple solution—and you likely already have the tools at home. “If your drains are moving slow,” she began, “add a cup of baking soda and white vinegar.” She said to then cover the drain with a towel for ten minutes and let the solution work its magic. Finally, remove the towel and pour hot water. “It’s moving much faster now,” she revealed. Although some users were thankful for the hack, others warned against it: Most read in LifestyleTHE MOPE SHOW Harry 'miserable' as new life in US 'far from what he hoped for' says expertNEVER...
    BRITS can now get their hands on tickets for this year's Trooping the Colour - but only if they're very lucky. The ballot has opened for the iconic event, which will take place during the Queen's Birthday Parade on June 2. 4Lucky Brits can now get their hands on tickets for the iconic Trooping the Colour parade, set to take place in London this June 4For the past two years, the Queen has observed smaller parades at WindsorCredit: Getty It's the first major celebration during Her Majesty's Platinum Jubilee weekend - and it's sure to be an amazing spectacle. Those hoping to attend in person have to enter a public ballot for tickets. They'll be able to buy up to four seats before the process ends on March 7. Successful applicants will be contacted after that date. Applications are also now open for the Major General's Review on May 21 and the Colonel's Review on May 28. The Colonel’s Review is being taken by Prince William, who is Colonel of the Irish Guards - the regiment whose colour is...
    DOING the dishes is time consuming and never very enjoyable. When faced with a sink full of dirty dishes, most of us turn to the handy dishwasher to help us out. 3One man on TikTok was shocked to learn that his dishwasher contained a hidden extra rowCredit: TikTok 3The useful rack exists at the top of some dishwashersCredit: TikTok We load in as many plates, cups, and silverware as possible just to get the chore out of the way in a single load. But one person online said we’re not utilizing our machines to their full potential: most dishwashers have a hidden tray inside that lets you squeeze in even more than you think. A man named Jason Dempsey, who goes by @TheJasonDempsey on TikTok, posted a video of the discovery he came across—and the clip received over 600k views. After someone told him that dishwashers have a “third rack,” Jason looked at his own machine in confusion. He opened it up, first showing the two standard trays. But then he pulled out a third, hidden drawer at the top...
    THE Queen may never meet her grandaughter Lilibet after Prince Harry's security row, an expert has said - as fears grow over whether the Sussexes will attend her platinum jubilee. It's feared the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may miss celebrations for Her Majesty's 70th year on the throne after representatives for Harry said it was "unsafe" for his family to return to the UK. 2It's feared the Queen may never meet her namesake Lilibet after Prince Harry's security row Harry plans to sue the Government to give him back the security he lost in the UK after quitting royal duties. He is seeking round-the-clock security from the force  — normally reserved for royals and government officials — when he and his US-based family visit. But according to royal biographer Phil Dampier, the legal battle could be provide an excuse for the couple not to return to the UK - and may even result in the Queen never meeting her granddaughter. Mr Dampier told the Sun Online: "I don't think Meghan will ever come back to this country and...
    A MAN has taken to TikTok to complain after his girlfriend dumped him less than a month after he donated a kidney to her mother. Uziel Martinez - a teacher from Baja California, Mexico - went viral on the social media site after revealing the situation as part of a TikTok trend. 2Uziel Martinez was dumped by his girlfriend less than a month after he donated a kidney to her mumCredit: TikTok/@uziel.ms 2The clip has been watched over 16 million times on TikTokCredit: TikTok/@uziel.ms "I donated a kidney to her mother, she left me and got married a month later," he wrote in Spanish over a clip of himself looking forlorn while laying on the sofa. The clip has been watched more than 16.6 million times, with many offering their sympathy to Uziel and urging him to keep his head up. "Don’t look so sad, she lost a great gentleman," one person commented. "Keep moving forward and find the perfect woman who appreciates you." In a later video, Uziel addressed his current relationship with his ex,...
    Meghan Markle's trusted journalist friend Omid Scobie today claimed the 'ring of protection' around Prince Andrew from the Royal Family had been 'confusing'. Mr Scobie said the 'threat to Brand Windsor and the family business' had 'finally forced the institution's hand' after the Queen removed his honorary military roles. The Harper's Bazaar royal editor-at-large also compared the issue to Megxit, saying there was 'no sympathetic support behind palace walls for the Duke of Sussex'. Mr Scobie added that Prince Harry 'simply wanted to remove his family from an unhealthy environment' but was 'publicly dragged over the coals and stripped of his every achievement and royal privilege before setting one foot out of the country'. The author also pointed out in the opinion piece that it was 'a staggering 26 months before Andrew was dealt with' after his disastrous BBC interview in November 2019. Mr Scobie said he met a senior Buckingham Palace aide for drinks soon after the interview, who told him: 'Well, he's on his own now. He's not our problem anymore.'  Harry and Meghan at Westminster Abbey in...
    PRINCE Harry's tone-deaf moaning is back in the news again after he incredibly threatened legal action for being denied police protection - despite quitting the Royal Family. The 37-year-old was branded the “petulant prince” by Sun columnist Piers Morgan today who said he was a “shameless, deluded woefully-entitled hypocrite”. 7Prince Harry is considering legal action against the Government for refusing his offer to pay The Met for security protectionCredit: AFP Harry demanded Metropolitan police bodyguards while travelling in the UK because he felt “unsafe” after claiming his own team was “compromised”. The remarks were rubbished by an ex-Met chief who said he was “creating scenarios that don’t exist”. As Harry causes a stir yet again we remember his biggest whines and put them under the microscope with a royal expert. ‘Bad parent’ Prince Charles 7The royal, 37, has complained about 'pain and suffering' he experienced being the fault of his father Prince Charles, and his parents, the Queen and Prince PhilipCredit: Getty Last year Harry took aim at his father, whom he claimed to be the source of the...
    MEGHAN Markle will most likely NOT return to the UK as Prince Harry's police protection row gives her a "very good excuse", an expert has said. The Duke of Sussex plans to sue the Government to give him back the security he lost in the UK after quitting royal duties. 3Meghan Markle will not return to the UK amid Prince Harry's protection row, an expert has suggestedCredit: Reuters He is seeking round-the-clock police protection  — normally reserved for royals and government officials — when he and his US-based family visit the UK. But legal representatives have said without the security, the Sussexes are "unable to return to his home" because it is too dangerous. And according to royal biographer Phil Dampier, the situation creates a "very good excuse" for not coming back. Mr Dampier told The Sun Online: "I don't think Meghan will ever come back to this country and I think this is a very good excuse for not coming back - I don't think realistically [Harry] expects to win this case." Harry has been viewed as a private citizen since...
    PRINCE Harry's police protection row is the latest in a series of headaches for the Queen - but is undoubtedly flanked by a number of deeper issues. The Duke of Sussex plans to sue the Government to give him back the protection he lost after quitting royal duties. 1Prince Harry is seeking round-the-clock police protection for any visits to the UKCredit: Getty He is seeking round-the-clock police protection  — normally reserved for royals and government officials — when he and his US-based family visit the UK. And the duke says he and his family won't return to British soil until it is safe enough to do so. Sources have said the Queen "won't cave to Harry's demands" while others have said the matter is one for the Government. But a number of deep issues remain, with royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams describing the row as a "little more complicated than is being made out". ROYAL RIFT REMAINS Harry has been viewed as a private citizen since he quit royal life two years ago - meaning he has to provide his...
    Prince Harry 'cannot pick and choose' when he wants to visit the UK and receive protection, a former head of royal protection has warned. The Duke of Sussex should not be expecting bodyguards supplied to him when he decides to return home, Dai Davies said. The ex-Met Police officer pointed out Princess Anne was nearly kidnapped and her protection officer was shot - but she does not get full time protection. It comes as sources suggested the Queen will not help her grandson in his demand for security personnel when he comes to Britain. The insiders claimed the Monarch has no intentions of 'caving into his demands' for protection from the Met and Home Office. Prince Harry is taking legal action against the Government over its decision to remove his security (above, Harry and Meghan with bodyguards in New Zealand in 2018) The Duchess of Sussex pictured as she arrives at a school in Harlem along with security He is seeking a judicial review of the decision to strip him of his UK police protection team, claiming it is too dangerous to...
    IF we had to describe our dream home, a fancy coffee bar like the kind you find in swish hotel rooms would feature pretty high on our list of requirements. From the outside looking in, you'd think this would be pretty hard to pull off on a budget - but not for savvy DIY fan Heidi. 3The DIY fan bagged this cabinet for freeCredit: Facebook 3She turned it into her dream coffee bar using Amazon bargainsCredit: Facebook Earlier this month, the thrifty Australian woman explained how she turned a boring old cabinet she bagged for FREE into a super chic coffee station. Posting on a DIY Facebook group, the woman started by sanding down the wooden cabinet and then use Beyond Paint's white chalk paint. Once she was happy with the finish, Heidi added a trendy cage light she picked up for $17 [£9] on Amazon. Next, she screwed a $20 [£10.50] Coffee Bar sign onto the back of the cabinet. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED She then finished off the monochrome piece of...
    PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle aren't getting Met Police protection because the risk is so LOW, an ex-royal cop said. Protection officers have deemed the risk low at this stage - but if the situation changes, then the police will be "duty-bound" to protect the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. 4Harry wants round-the-clock police protection for when his family come to the UKCredit: Rex Features 4The former head of royal protection Dai Davies said the risk is deemed low at this stage Dai Davies, the former head of royal protection, said that checks on their risk level would have been taken - and as it stands the risk is deemed "low." He also said that there has "never been a precedence" in Britain where people pay for their security - and Harry can't "pick and choose" when he wants or needs it. The Duke is seeking round-the-clock police protection because his “security was compromised” when he returned to the UK this summer. His and Meghan’s security was costing taxpayers around £5million a year when they lived in Britain. They now fund their...
    A MUM has revealed how she has created her own reusable toilet paper because she refuses to go into debt by buying loo roll. Instead self-confessed cheapskate Angela cuts scraps of cloth for her family to use to clean themselves that she then washes and reuses again. 3Angela hates spending money and has made her own reusable toilet paperCredit: TLC 3The cloth squares are then put in a bucket by the toilet to be washed againCredit: TLC 3The cloths get stained but Angela says they are perfectly cleanCredit: TLC Speaking on TLC’s Extreme Cheapskates, Angela said: “We have a little bin underneath the basket that holds the little toilet wipes where we put them so we can wash them later. “Buying toilet paper just doesn’t do anything for me.  “As a middle class family that makes a good income I shouldn’t have to go into debt to buy toilet paper. “All of our cloth wipes that we have in the house we’ve been using them for more than five years. “Using cloth toilet paper saves us over $20 a month,...
    PARIS Fury has shown off her handy trick for getting her six kids organised in the mornings. The wife of boxing legend Tyson Fury admitted she is “not a morning person” and so the hack helps her dress her children with minimal effort. 4Paris Fury revealed she has a clever trick to getting her kids ready in the morningsCredit: instagram/parisfury1 4Mum-of-six Paris lays her children's clothes out the night before to save timeCredit: instagram/parisfury1 She uploaded a photo of her children’s clothes laid out the night before, so she doesn’t have to pick items in the morning. Paris, 32, from Morecambe, Lancashire, wrote on Instagram: “Life hack me mam taught me. “Lay the kids clothes out for early mornings. “I’m not a morning person and my brain don’t function well before 9am so this helps.” Paris and Tyson are parents to Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, Prince Adonis Amaziah, two, and Athena, who was born in August. The mum-of-six previously called big families "beautiful" on Rob Beckett and Josh Widdicombe's Parenting Hell podcast...
    Prince Harry faced outrage yesterday over his threat of legal action against Her Majesty’s Government in an extraordinary security row. The Duke of Sussex is seeking a judicial review of Home Secretary Priti Patel’s decision to strip him of his UK police protection team, claiming it is too dangerous to visit the UK without Scotland Yard bodyguards. Last night there was anger at the unprecedented legal threat against his grandmother’s government as security sources hit back saying: ‘Scotland Yard is not available for hire’.  As exclusively revealed by The Mail on Sunday, lawyers acting for Harry, who stepped down from royal duties two years ago, have written a ‘pre-action protocol’ letter to the Home Office, threatening to go to the High Court if his family are not provided with security while they are in Britain, which they have offered to pay for. The ultimatum is the culmination of nearly two years of discussions with ministers about his security arrangements, the Daily Mail can reveal.  Legal representatives say the duke wants to fund the security himself, rather than ask taxpayers to...
    A FORMER royal protection chief has rubbished Prince Harry’s claim that his return to the UK is “unsafe”. The Duke is seeking round-the-clock police protection because his “security was compromised” when he returned to the UK this summer. 3Harry and Meghan have claimed it is unsafe for them to return to the UK without police bodyguardsCredit: Reuters 3The Royal and VIP Executive Committee handles a list of essential public figures and royalsCredit: AP 3Harry considers himself a security risk for lifeCredit: Getty His and Meghan’s security was costing taxpayers around £5million a year when they lived in Britain. They now fund their lifestyle thanks to his multi million-pound Netflix and Spotify deals — and Harry says he would not burden the taxpayer with his policing costs. But it is understood that government officials refused his demands fearing it would open the door to any wealthy individual to use The Met’s crack team as their private police force. Harry considers himself a security risk for life because he is sixth in line to the throne, and a target from extremist threats...
    Police protection should not be for sale. Prince Harry has an outrageous cheek, demanding a full royal security detail to be reinstated when he visits the UK.  For the Queen and her government to accede to his demand and set this precedent is unthinkable. Harry is now a private citizen, domiciled in a foreign country – entirely by his own choice. None of the royals wanted this to happen, least of all his father and brother, but it has. If he is granted the services of the Metropolitan’s royal protection squad, for which he has magnanimously offered to pay, every visiting Hollywood star and wealthy celebrity may as well expect the same privileges. Britain would face the humiliating prospect of hiring out our highly trained and armed officers to any reality television narcissist or tinpot dictator’s children who can foot the bill. Lawyers acting for Harry, who stepped down from Royal duties two years ago, have written a 'pre-action protocol' letter to the Home Office, indicating that they will seek a judicial review if the Sussexes are not provided with...
    THE Queen will not help Prince Harry in his demand for Met Police bodyguards. He plans to sue the Government to give him back the protection he lost after quitting royal duties. 4Her Majesty will not be helping her grandson’s fight — thought to be the first legal action of its kind But a royal source said: “Her Majesty certainly won’t cave in to his demands.” And Sun columnist Piers Morgan called him a “shameless, deluded, woefully-entitled hypocrite.” Harry has been told the Met Police are not “guns for hire” and cannot be treated as a private force for the rich and famous. It came as he threatened to sue the Government after the Home Office rejected his demands to use their officers. He is seeking round-the-clock police protection — normally reserved for royals and government officials — when he and his US-based family visit the UK. But Harry lost the privilege two years ago when he told Her Majesty that he was quitting royal duty to live in California with wife Meghan. And although he has offered to pay...
    5 THERE are now three cast-iron certainties in life: death, taxes, and Prince Harry behaving like a shameless, deluded, woefully entitled hypocrite. There was a wearisome inevitability that just when the Queen least needed her renegade royal grandson to pipe up whining again from his Californian mansion, he would do exactly that. 5Prince Harry has a desire to have his royal cake and eat it, writes Piers Morgan 5Piers Morgan is back with his new, no-holds barred column Uncensored in The Sun For the past year, Harry seems to have delighted in making his 95-year-old grandmother’s life more difficult during the most difficult times of her life. When the Queen’s husband Prince Philip was dying in hospital last March, Harry and his equally narcissistic wife Meghan went on TV to whack the Monarchy and spray-gun (without providing any evidence) the Royal Family as a bunch of callous racists. And now, as she reels from taking what must have been an unbelievably hard - but very necessary - decision to publicly humiliate her middle son Prince Andrew over the appalling...
    London (CNN)Britain's Prince Harry is making a legal challenge to a UK government decision that prevents him from personally paying for police protection for himself and his family when they are in the UK, according to his legal representatives.Harry's legal team said they had initiated the legal challenge in September of last year but decided to make that information public now "in order to set the facts straight" because of a leak in a British tabloid newspaper.Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, wants to bring his son Archie and baby daughter Lilibet to visit from the United States, but he and his family are "unable to return to his home" because it is too dangerous, a legal representative said in a statement Saturday.In particular, Harry's privately funded US security team "cannot replicate the necessary police protection needed" while they visit the UK, the representative added.The claim follows an incident in London in the summer of 2021 when the prince's security was compromised as he left a charity event, the statement added.Read MoreAccording to the legal representative, the Duke "first offered...
    A ROYAL biographer who spent a year with Prince Harry has blasted his decision to take legal action against the Government as "beyond appalling." Angela Levin said she believes the Duke's behaviour has become "very challenging" and he's "hurting" his grandmother as it was revealed he is preparing for a court battle after being stripped of his bodyguards. 4Prince Harry's biographer has blasted his behaviour after it emerged he is eyeing legal action against the British Government over its decision to remove his UK police security 4Angela Levin said she believes the decision will be 'hurting' the Queen amid a nightmarish week for Her MajestyCredit: AFP Harry hinted he's desperate to bring his children back to the UK - but feels it's too dangerous for the family without police protection. His offers to pay for specially-trained cops have been rejected. The Queen has not yet met Lilibet, who was named after her. Her Majesty has faced a nightmarish week after making the decision to essentially banish second son Andrew from the Royal Family. The crisis deepened today after news...
    Prince Harry has demanded that he be provided with a police security detail while in the United Kingdom, despite having abandoned his royal duties. In a legal challenge against the loss of his police security detail when he and his family are in the UK, Prince Harry has claimed that official police protection is necessary as his private guards do not have access to intelligence reports. The judicial review of the decision — which the prince’s lawyers say was first sought in September — may end up leading to a hearing in the High Court over the legality of the prince’s loss of police protection. According to a report by the Mail on Sunday, a statement made by a legal representative of the prince noted that an official police security detail is needed for the prince, as while “his role within the institution has changed, his profile as a member of the Royal Family has not”. “Prince Harry inherited a security risk at birth, for life,” the statement read. “He remains sixth in line to the throne, served two tours of combat...
    If you love The Daily Beast’s royal coverage, then we hope you’ll enjoy The Royalist, a members-only series for Beast Inside. Become a member to get it in your inbox on Sunday. Harry and Meghan “unable” to return home over security Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have faced much criticism for not bringing their children to visit their grandmother in the U.K. since they went west for a new life. Now their real reason has been revealed: security.
    LONDON (AP) — Prince Harry has filed a claim for a judicial review against the British government’s decision not to let him personally pay for police protection while in the U.K. The Duke of Sussex’s legal representative said Saturday that Harry wants to bring his children Archie and Lilibet to visit his home country from the U.S. but that is too risky without police protection. The representative said Harry wanted to fund the police protection himself. His private security team in the U.S. doesn’t have adequate jurisdiction abroad or access to U.K. intelligence information, they said. “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex personally fund a private security team for their family, yet that security cannot replicate the necessary police protection needed whilst in the U.K.,” a statement said. “In the absence of such protection, Prince Harry and his family are unable to return to his home.” Harry and his wife Meghan lost publicly funded police protection in the U.K. when they stepped down as senior working royals and moved to California in 2020. The claim to a judicial...
    PRINCE Harry insists the UK is still his home - two years after ditching Blighty for the sunny Los Angeles hills. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex relocated to the US during their bitter Megxit split with the Firm, but are now desperate to bring their kids to Britain to meet the royals. 4Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, and son ArchieCredit: The Mega Agency 4The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have claimed it is unsafe for them to return to the UK without police protectionCredit: Getty Son Archie squeezed in a handful of playdates with his cousins George, Charlotte and Louis before his parents whisked him off to California for good. But it has been more than two years since their last meet-up, and baby Lilibet has never met her royal relatives face to face. Harry's legal representative claims the Sussexes would love to visit the Royal Family in the UK - which the prince still very much deems "home" - but they are "unable to return" because it is too dangerous after they were stripped of round-the-clock...
    More On: prince harry Prince Andrew should lose HRH and military titles amid suit: critics Prince Charles praises Prince William and Prince Harry in new essay The best royal fashion moments of 2021, from Meghan Markle to Kitty Spencer Meghan Markle, Prince Harry share first photo of baby Lilibet on Christmas card Prince Harry says his family is unsafe in England and threatened to take legal action against the British government if it does not provide security for him while he is the UK — which he claimed he offered to pay for. Harry, 37, stepped down from his royal duties in 2020, and moved to North America with his family amid tensions with Buckingham Palace. The Duke of Sussex pays for a private security team, but lawyers claim more protection is needed in his homeland, as his family “has been subjected to well-documented neo-Nazi and extremist threats,” according to a statement. Lawyers put the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court on notice in September that his legal team will seek a judicial review if the government...
    Prince Harry has applied for a judicial review of a Home Office decision that kept him from personally paying for police protection while he and his family were in the United Kingdom. Prince Harry originally applied for the review in September 2021, a legal spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex confirmed to Fox News Digital. Prince Harry would like to pay for the security himself, but cannot, unless the UK Home Office approves his offer. Prince Harry's legal team claimed the Duke's security in the United States is not capable of proving the necessary protection needed in the United Kindom, where the threat is higher. "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex personally fund a private security team for their family, yet that security cannot replicate the necessary police protection needed whilst in the UK. In the absence of such protection, Prince Harry and his family are unable to return to his home," a legal spokesperson said in a statement to Fox News Digital. Prince Harry is working towards paying for police protection in the United Kingdom. (Photo...
    PRINCE Harry legal action against the Government over the decision to take away his police bodyguards - claiming it's unsafe for his family to return to the UK without them. The Sussexes were stripped of their round-the-clock protection when they stepped back from royal duties two years ago. 3Harry and Meghan have claimed it is unsafe for them to return to the UK without police bodyguardsCredit: Getty 3The Royal and VIP Executive Committee handles a list of essential public figures and royalsCredit: AP 3He has offered to cover the cost himselfCredit: Getty Now Harry wants to bring his son Archie and baby daughter Lilibet to visit from the US, but he and his family are "unable to return to his home" because it is too dangerous, a legal representative said. A legal representative for the duke said: "Prince Harry inherited a security risk at birth, for life.  “He remains sixth in line to the throne, served two tours of combat duty in Afghanistan, and in recent years his family has been subjected to well-documented neo-Nazi and extremist threats. "While his...
    Royal fans have gone wild over Charles Spencer's resemblance to a young Prince Harry, after the Earl shared a childhood sketch of himself to Instagram. The late Princess Diana's younger brother, 57, took to his Instagram to share a picture of their childhood home Althorp House, revealing a picture of himself as a boy in the grand library. The 9th Earl Spencer, is heir to the 90-room property in Northamptonshire, where he lives with his third wife, Karen, and their seven-year-old daughter Lady Charlotte Diana Spencer.  Scroll down for video  Lookalike uncle! Royal fans have gone wild over Charles Spencer's resemblance to a young Prince Harry, after the Earl shared a childhood sketch of himself to Instagram The sketch shows a young red-haired boy with delicate features much like those of his nephew Prince Harry, 37, seen above in 1990, aged six Taking to Instagram this week, the Earl shared a glimpse inside his home, writing: 'In a quiet corner of the Library at @althorphouse - above a childhood pastel of me, in fact - I’ve just placed leather-bound copies...
    Prince Harry will discuss 'personal stories and challenges' in his first appearance of the year at a virtual summit in February.  The Duke of Sussex, 38, who is currently living in his $14 million mansion in California with Meghan Markle, 40, having stepped back from royal duty, will attend a virtual event on February 3 for BetterUp. Announcing the news on Twitter, the couple's journalist friend Omid Scobie wrote: 'In his role as Chief Impact Officer at @BetterUp , Prince Harry will join CEO @Arobichaux for a virtual event on Feb 3 to discuss their "bold commitment" to the company's new #InnerWork initiative.   'Expect to hear the duke talking about personal stories, challenges, and successes.' The announcement may spark speculation Prince Harry will kick off the year with more bombshell revelations, after he gave a series of explosive interviews in 2021, in which he revealed an astonishing rift with his father as well as accusing an unnamed Royal Family member of racism. Prince Harry, 38, is set to appear at a virtual summit in his position at startup company BetterUp in February...
    PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle are in the second most boring thing in life – only coming after having no wi-fi. Politics, watching golf and people taking phots of their food are also up there with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. 1Harry and Meghan are the second most boring thing in lifeCredit: Reuters Coronavirus press conferences and video adverts you cannot skip also made the top five – along with waiting for websites to load and politics. Company meetings, watching cricket, junk mail and Coldplay are also considered dull. As are waiting for your partner to get ready, having to put the bins out, and rice cakes. It also emerged that four in 10 of those polled said their life is currently ‘quite boring’ or “very boring” – but 72 per cent intend to make a concerted effort to have ‘more fun’ this year. The study found the typical adult spends 85 minutes a day feeling bored – the equivalent of 22 days each year. And the average adult finds themselves with absolutely nothing to do twice a day....