Meghan Markle 'willing to forgive royals and move forward' after Philip death, say friends



MEGHAN MARKLE is "willing to forgive" the Royal Family in a bid to move forward after the death of Prince Philip, her friends have said.
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Princess Michael of Kent, 76, ill with blood clots after battle against Covid
The royal, who is married to the Queen's cousin, has been recovering for almost a month and it is said to have been a "worrying time" for those around her
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Liverpool transfer round-up - Konate update, Klopp could sanction star's exit
Liverpool have real hope for Champions League qualification with three Premier League games remaining after beating Manchester United, here's the latest transfer gossip from Anfield
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Myanmar junta attacks western town that resisted coup
The U.S. and British embassies in Myanmar have expressed concern about reports of fierce government attacks on a town in a western Chin state, where the ruling junta declared martial law because of armed resistance to military rule
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Israel PM Netanyahu vows to continue Gaza attacks for ‘as long as necessary’
Three Palestinians were killed in bombardments early Sunday as the UN security council prepared to meet later in dayIsrael’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has said attacks in Gaza will continue “as long necessary”, amid continuing hostilities that have so far killed 148.At least three Palestinians were killed in airstrikes early on Sunday, health officials said, and many were injured as the sounds of heavy bombardment took place through the night. Continue reading...
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Prince Charles ‘knocked to ground’ by Prince Harry’s bombshell Oprah interview says expert
PRINCE CHARLES was said to have been "knocked to the ground" by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey.
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AP PHOTOS: Fear and grief grip Gaza anew amid familiar glare
To the outside world, the scenes of rocket fire, bombing raids and angry protests in the Middle East this week may have looked familiar. To the people of Israel and especially the Gaza Strip, they were anything but routine.
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Man Utd transfer round-up as Sancho camp 'more confident than ever' about move
Jadon Sancho continues to be Man Utd target and the player's camp are more confident than ever that he will seal a Borussia Dortmund exit
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Emily Blunt corrects record over losing Black Widow role to Scarlett Johansson
The Devil Wears Prada actress was in the running to play the now iconic role of Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow – which is now synonymous with Oscar nominated actress Scarlett
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‘The Open Road Was Ours’ – This Will Give You A Serious Case Of Wanderlust
I don’t know about you, but as foreign travel tentatively opens up again from May 17 – with a traffic light system we’re still getting our heads around – I’m feeling all kinds of nostalgic for the trips we used to take, pre-pandemic.For the best (/worst) part of the past year, going ‘abroad’ has been off the agenda and it’s easier to deal with that landlocked feeling by simply pretending you don’t have a passport. But now there’s the prospect of getting on a plane again, we’ve allowed ourselves fond memories of sun, sea, sand – and a time when we had absolutely zero need for a duvet coat to enjoy a cocktail.The beach holiday is by no means the only type of trip we’ve missed, though. In fact, when the HuffPost team swapped notes on the last time we hopped on a plane, it reminded us travel comes in so many forms – and we miss them all.Here, we reflect on our precious last holidays pre-Covid (not that we knew they  were at the time) and the freedoms we promise never to take for granted again.The Road TripIn September 2019, my partner and I flew to Las Vegas, hired a car, and went on the ultimate road trip to Death Valley, Inyo National Forest, Yosemite, and San Francisco. We drove for hundreds of miles, across state lines, blissfully unaware that a few months later, we’d be told to stay home and only leave the house to exercise “locally”. That contrast still boggles my mind. We got engaged at the start of the trip, and if I’d known then how weddings would be disrupted – and how draining it is to postpone and replan – I probably would’ve sealed the deal in a Vegas chapel then and there. What really strikes me about the trip though, is how free we were. We’d booked into a couple of hotels and campsites in advance, but we kept to our own timetable, took detours whenever we fancied it, had dinner with strangers and swam in huge, open lakes. The open road was ours. It feels like the pandemic has killed that spontaneity, with every social event planned to a T, tables booked and sanitiser packed in advance. I can’t wait to embrace impulsiveness again. For me, that’s what makes holidays so special. – Rachel Moss, life reporterThe Work TripFor years, travelling for work was a glamorous pipe dream, especially when I was a local reporter and the furthest trip I ever made was on the 93 bus. Annoying types told me that work travel was draining and not all it’s cracked up to be, but then, in my 30s, I moved to Australia for a job where hopping on a plane from Sydney to Melbourne, or Adelaide, or Perth, was commonplace.And it was amazing. So I’m ashamed to say how quickly I became complacent, complaining about the early starts and living life from a suitcase. In September 2019 – by this time, back in the UK – I flew to Italy with my boss for a two-day showcase of work to clients. Stressed and a bit burned out at the time, I huffed and puffed about it more than was acceptable and even tried to get a colleague to go in my place. Still, I went.We stayed in a beautiful villa between Pisa and Florence and were asked to do such very taxing things as morning yoga, foraging workshops, and sharing piles of delicious Tuscan food at communal tables – imagine! – in between the work presentations and professional networking.I should – we all should – be so lucky! What an absolute privilege any kind of travel abroad is. If you ever hear me huff about getting on a plane again, please confiscate my passport and take my seat yourself. – Nancy Groves, head of lifeThe Ski Trip My last trip abroad feels like a decade ago, but it was actually mid-Feb 2020 – a ski trip with a couple of friends to the south of France. You might associate skiing with expensive chalets and après ski, but this was a quieter affair. Every year, we go to a relative’s house in the middle of nowhere, near the Pyrenees. On this trip, we headed to the slopes three or four times – an hour’s pilgrimage in a hire car – then spent the day trying not to fall over before heading back. En route, we stopped at Intermarche to pick up supplies for dinner, and stock up on beer and wine – my favourite part of the day. Then, we spent the evenings drinking, eating and playing board games in front of an open fire or – if it was warm – watching the sun go down, sitting on a wall outside the house.We knew Covid was circling, but it seemed in the distance. Our Ryanair flights hadn’t been cancelled and we spent most of the holiday barely acknowledging the virus existed. There was what I’d describe as mild peril on the flight home, when I was seated next to a guy who wouldn’t stop coughing. But looking back, we were on the Covid-secure side of things: self-contained accommodation, bubble of four, lots of time outdoors. I wonder whether holidays will ever feel freeing again or whether I’ll be going through some kind of Covid risk checklist in my head as soon as I look at flights? – Natasha Hinde, life reporterThe Wedding TripIt’s strange to imagine it now, but in March 2020 I travelled to Holland for a big family wedding. We mixed with people from different countries – Spain, UK, America – we danced in a massive hall, we drank (a lot), and we all stayed in a massive Airbnb together as a family. We sang songs loudly, screaming the words over the music, and passed round disco light sabers that were handed out across the dance floor. We bonded with strangers in the toilet and took selfies that we laughed about the next morning.At the time, that all seemed normal, but looking back, it feels like a luxury. While we were there, we spoke about coronavirus, as it was loosely on our radar – wedding guests from Spain had heard that the UK had their first Covid death. Never did we think that’d end up in the 100,000s. It felt like a “small talk” topic to discuss with random strangers you meet at a wedding. We had no idea what was to come.A family photo of that day has been my phone background since the wedding, and I look at it often, so grateful that we were able to have that experience. A few weeks later, we were in lockdown. We haven’t been able to see our family who live in Holland since, and I can’t wait until we’re all reunited. Soon, I hope. –Amy Packham, life editorRelated...Is It Safe To Travel? What To Consider Before Booking Your HolidayCan I Go On Holiday To Amber List Countries?Which Covid Test Do You Need To Take To Travel?How The UK's Covid Traffic Light System Will WorkNostalgia Trip: 6 Of The Best UK Holidays We've Ever Had20 Secret Staycation Swaps That Look Like They’re AbroadThis Scarborough BnB Has Been Rated Top In The World, No Joke
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Prince Harry blasted by friend of Charles for podcast comments - ‘Where is the compassion?
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Pop hunk Max George stabbed Olympic legend Dame Kelly Holmes in horror accident
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'Three houses destroyed by gas explosion' as neighbours woken by loud blast
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New York City Pride organisers to ban police from marching until 2025
Event organisers say police are threatening to some in the LGBTQ+ community, while NYPD called decision ‘disheartening’Organisers of New York City’s Pride events say they will ban police and other law enforcement personnel from marching in their annual parade until at least 2025 and will also seek to keep on-duty officers a block away from the celebration of LGBTQ+ people and history.In a statement released on Saturday, NYC Pride urged members of law enforcement to “acknowledge their harm and to correct course moving forward”. Continue reading...
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Keeping Up Appearances 'is given a viewer warning for offensive language'
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Ex-EastEnders star Samantha Womack and ex-Corrie star Oliver Farnworth find love
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UFO’s branded ‘security threat’ by ex-Navy official ahead of bombshell Pentagon report
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Police: Missing Texas tiger has been found safe, healthy
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Largest cruise ship built for UK arrives in Southampton
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Thousands set to fly overseas as ban on foreign holidays is lifted
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Wales to allow pints inside pubs for first time in five months
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Pfizer and Moderna jabs may 'stop future pandemics' by blocking animal viruses
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Gurkhas 'capture terrified IS fighters after threatening to use famous knives'
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Jab teams in Indian variant-hit Bolton defy official advice and roll out crisis doses for the young
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Sara Cox reveals Davina McCall, Richard Madeley and Jonathan Ross helped resurrect her radio career
DJ Sara Cox, 46, who presents BBC Radio 2's Drivetime programme and a string of TV shows, has revealed how she turned to her fellow broadcasters after she found herself jobless.
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RAF pilots are issued with a fleet of 15mph e-scooters to commute from their quarters to work
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Hunters face a total ban on bringing big game trophies back to the UK
Campaigners fear a 'blood money' exemption could allow hunters to still ship trophies if they pay towards conservation. The Environment Secretary is said to have ruled that out.
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Boris Johnson told his Cabinet he does not want 'another Chilcot Inquiry'
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GPs hit back at plans for them to see patients face to face again
Several Local Medical Committees - groups that represent grassroots GPs across the UK - wrote to members late on Friday urging them to reject the new guidance.
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Princess Michael of Kent, 76, is 'ill with blood clots' months after suffering Covid
The royal, 76, who is married to the Queen's first cousin Prince Michael of Kent, has been reportedly been unwell with blood clots for nearly a month and has 'sought medical attention'.
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England's oldest pub will join 40,000 others in opening its doors tomorrow as restrictions are eased
Tomorrow, the Royal Standard of England, in Buckinghamshire, will join 40,000 other pubs in throwing open its ancient doors to punters once more as lockdown rules are relaxed.
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All the rules changing on Monday in Stage 3 of lockdown exit roadmap
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Princess Michael of Kent ‘suffering’ with blood clots in ‘worrying time’ for family
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DAN HODGES: Labour cares more about Palestinians than Red Wall voters
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President Joe Biden has ‘short fuse’ and is ‘obsessed with detail’, aides reveal in new portrait
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Voice of the People: 'Incompetent PM's delay on Indian variant is reckless'
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Sacked SAS star Ant Middleton hits back at 'inappropriate comments' reports
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Republican Arizona election official says Trump "unhinged"
The Republican now leading the Arizona county elections department targeted by a GOP audit of the 2020 election results is slamming former President Donald Trump and others in his party for their continued falsehoods about how the election was run
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Rape victims will have their phones returned by police within 24 hours
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Chrissy Teigen attempts to keep a low profile at Disneyland amid explosive cyber-bullying scandal
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Protesters in major US cities decry airstrikes over Gaza
Pro-Palestinian protesters took to the streets of Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia and other U.S. cities Saturday to demand an end to Israeli airstrikes over the Gaza Strip
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EastEnders's Paul Nicholls 'fears he will die' from harrowing drug addiction if he doesn't get clean
The actor, 42, revealed on Saturday during an emotional interview that he once 'feared he would die' from his drug addiction as he discussed his four-day relapse last year.
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ITV axes Birds Of A Feather as Pauline Quirke flies the nest
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