PRINCE Charles tried to help Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton make amends twice amid the growing rift between them, it has been reported. The sister-in-law’s tense relationship has been brewing for a year after the Prince of Wales tried to smooth things over ahead of the Royal Wedding. He requested the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge invite Prince Harry and Meghan to their countryside home Anmer Hall near Sandringham in hopes to make Meghan feel like a welcomed member of the family. However, the meeting was spoiled by a “ghastly row”. A senior Royal aide told The Mail on Sunday that Meghan was judged to be “downright rude” upon arrival. The aide added: “Kate had a quite word with Meghan. It escalated rapidly after Meghan complained to Harry that she had been ‘told off’.” By the week of the wedding things appeared to have reached a boiling point. It was reported that the tension between Meghan and Kate was at fever-pitch after the … [Read more...] about Did Prince Charles walk Meghan Markle down aisle to heal the growing feud with Kate Middleton?
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GRINNING like the Cheshire Cat, Sarah Ferguson stands next to Prince Philip in her daughter’s official wedding photograph. And why wouldn’t the Duchess of York be smiling? That one symbolic picture put Fergie exactly where she always wanted to be — back in the bosom of the Royal Family. Unfortunately, the fiery redhead seems incapable of staying there. Three days after Princess Eugenie’s big day, 59-year-old Fergie was already fanning the flames of a feud. On Monday, instead of congratulating Prince Harry and Meghan on their baby news, she went on a self-indulgent Twitter spree. She sent a flurry of tweets harking back to Friday’s wedding, saying how “proud” she was of Eugenie and new son-in-law Jack Brooksbank. One post, uploaded at the exact same time of the pregnancy announcement, was a selfie thanking Emanuel Ungaro, who designed her “amazing dress”. The bizarre timing sent the rumour mill into overdrive. Was it sour grapes over … [Read more...] about She may enjoy summers at Balmoral and a ‘reunion’ with Prince Andrew but poor Sarah Ferguson is still not welcomed by the Royal Family
Jonathan Lemire and Zeke Miller, Associated Press Updated 9:23 pm PDT, Wednesday, July 25, 2018 Now Playing: Associated Press White House reporter Jonathan Lemire explains the strategy President Trump's attorney is taking in regards to a recording made by Trump's longtime personal lawyer discussing a potential payment to a former Playboy model. (July 25) Media: Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The sudden public airing of Donald Trump talking about paying for a Playboy model's silence marks a turning point in the legal game of cat-and-mouse between the president and the lawyer who once promised to take a bullet for Trump but now seems out to save himself. The feud between Trump and his onetime legal "fixer," Michael Cohen, escalated when an audio recording of their 2016 pre-election conversation was released Tuesday by Cohen, prompting Trump to tweet Wednesday: "What kind of a lawyer would tape a client? So sad!" As the two sides battled over the exact … [Read more...] about Audio recording steps up feud between Trump, former ‘fixer’
Malachi O'Doherty: If dissidents didn't have feud with mainstream republicans before Friday, they might have one now BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Those who threw bombs at the homes of Gerry Adams and Bobby Storey are challenging the Provisional movement as they have never done before. So something has changed. Either they are stupider and more reckless than in the past, or they are more confident. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/news-analysis/malachi-odoherty-if-dissidents-didnt-have-feud-with-mainstream-republicans-before-friday-they-might-have-one-now-37120460.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/news-analysis/article37120458.ece/0e016/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-07-16_opi_42515592_I1.JPG Email Those who threw bombs at the homes of Gerry Adams and Bobby Storey are challenging the Provisional movement as they have never done before. So something has changed. Either they are stupider and more reckless than in the past, or they are more confident. Colum Eastwood has … [Read more...] about Malachi O’Doherty: If dissidents didn’t have feud with mainstream republicans before Friday, they might have one now
By Lisa M. Krieger | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: May 25, 2018 at 12:56 pm | UPDATED: May 25, 2018 at 12:58 pm A Riverside Superior Court judge has invalidated the state’s aid-in-dying law, interrupting the practice of physicians who write prescriptions for their terminally ill patients seeking to end their lives. This follows the judge’s earlier and narrower ruling last week that the law was passed illegally, and the 4th District Court of Appeal’s refusal Wedesday to grant an emergency stay requested by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra. Becerra will appeal the judgment. But until that if filed, the law is suspended. The legal feud is sowing seeds of confusion among the dying and their caregivers. In Riverside County, the only hospice that offered aid-in-dying had suspended the procedure, telling their patients not to take the medication until there is a final ruling by the California’s Fourth District Court of … [Read more...] about Right to Die: law suspended, judge rules