Butcher flogs ‘Charles sausages’ in savage swipe at monarch’s swollen digits

King Charles III has been brutally mocked by a butcher over his swollen fingers. Avon's Butchery in Auckland, New Zealand, announced on social media today (Wednesday, September 14) that they would be stocking a special product for a limited time only to mark Charles' ascension to the throne. Charles was formerly proclaimed King on Saturday (September 10). READ MORE: Town

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Queen’s health concerns heightened as palace statement misses out crucial phrase

Buckingham Palace's official statement regarding the Queen's health has caused concern over a particular phrase being left out. In the statement, the Palace makes no use of the phrase 'mobility issue' which has been a consistent term used by the Royal Family when discussing the Queen's health. Earlier today (September 8) the Palace released a rare statement on her health,

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Prince Harry tipped to spill beans on his ‘wild years’ in tell-all autobiography

Prince Harry could reveal details of his wilder, younger years in the Royal Family in his upcoming tell-all autobiography. The Duke of Sussex may be reliving the past and is tipped to include his "wild years" period, with the lucrative memoir expected to be filled with "wholly truthful" accounts of Harry's life. Speculation still surrounds what exactly will be featured

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Queen’s ‘favourite grandchild’ who reminds her of herself spotted in rare outing

The Queen’s rarely-sighted “favourite” grandchild Lady Louise Windsor was spotted at Birmingham’s NEC when she joined her family to watch the weightlifting, badminton and boxing contests in the Commonwealth Games. While she has so far stayed out of the spotlight, Lady Louise is beginning to take on more and more royal duties. In the last couple of years, the 18-year-old

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Meghan and Harry ‘raised eyebrows’ after Beatrice and Eugenie snub, says expert

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle "raised eyebrows" with their solo procession at the Platinum Jubilee service of thanksgiving, especially since they could have walked with Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, it has been claimed. The couple walked down the nave of St Paul's Cathedral alone, after the rest of the more than 40 royals and before Prince Charles and the Cambridges

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