Prince Harry Addresses Tension With Brother Prince William: ‘Stuff Happens’

Rumors that there’s division between the British royal siblings first emerged after the Duke of Sussex began dating Meghan, whom he eventually married in May 2018.

AceShowbiz -It has been rumored for some time that there is a rift between Prince Harry and Prince William. And now, Prince Harry is opening up about his relationship with his brother, confirming that they do have “good days” as much as “bad days.”

The Duke of Sussex addressed the matter in his new documentary titled “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey”, which aired in the U.K. on Sunday, October 20. “Part of this role and part of this job, this family, being under the pressure that it’s under, inevitably stuff happens,” he revealed.

However, that didn’t change the bond between the British royals. “But look, we’re brothers, we’ll always be brothers. We’re certainly on different paths at the moment but I’ll always be there for him and as I know he’ll always be there for me,” the husband of Meghan Markle added.

“We don’t see each other as much as we used to because we’re so busy, but I love him dearly. The majority of this stuff [in the press] is created out of nothing, but as brothers, you know, you have good days, you have bad days,” Harry went on saying of the Duke of Cambridge.

Rumors that there’s division between the siblings first emerged after Harry began dating Meghan. It was said that William felt Harry was moving too quick with his relationship. Further fueling the rumors was when Harry and Megan decided to move out of their joint residence in Kensington Palace and relocated to the newly-renovated Frogmore Cottage in Windsor back in April.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also created their very own Instagram page in addition to ending their involvement in the royal foundation they set up with William and wife Kate Middleton. Initially, British press reported that the tension was between the royal sister-in-laws, though later reports stated that it was actually the siblings who had a fall-out. “All brothers fall out. All families fall out. Their fallout at the moment is becoming public,” said filmmaker Nick Bullen in March.

“Harry & Meghan: An African Journey” follows Harry and Meghan’s journey in southern Africa during their official tour last month with son Archie. It also offers an insight into the pressures the former “Suits” star has dealt with amid endless criticism in the press.

“Harry & Meghan: An African Journey” is scheduled to air on Wednesday, October 23 at 10 P.M. ET on ABC.

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Riverdale season 4 cast: Who plays Mr Sowerberry? Who is Lane Edwards?

Riverdale’s Mob boss and Veronica (Camila Mendes)’s dad Hiram Lodge (played by Mark Consuelos) is always up to no good. Whether he’s getting a prison to produce his drugs for the town’s teens or chasing down his daughter’s beloved sweetheart Archie Andrews (KJ Apa), when there’s something dodgy going on in Riverdale, most people would bet money on him being involved. So to keep his empire growing and to ensure he stays out of prison, Hiram needs a good attorney – who comes in the shape of Mr Sowerberry.

Who is Mr Sowerberry in Riverdale?

Paul Sowerberry is played by Lane Edwards in Riverdale season 4.

Lane has previously appeared in Smallville, Falling Skies, Supernatural, Heartbeat, The Good Doctor and Redemption.

Mr Sowerberry is the attorney of Hiram Lodge, who ironically ended up incarcerated in his own prison in season 3.

Veronica, with the help of boyfriend Archie, came up with a plan to take down her dad and managed to get him arrested by Sheriff FP Jones (Skeet Ulrich).

Despite being thrown in the Lodge Detention Centre for his misdeeds, Hiram was already scheming and planning his revenge against his enemies.

Hiram is going to be taking aim at his family including his now estranged wife Hermione Lodge (Marisol Nichols) after she went against his plans to privatise Riverdale and essentially run the town himself.

Season three was definitely a turning point in the marriage between Hiram and Hermione, with the latter only sticking with the mafia kingpin out of fear.

Both of them were also having affairs – Hermoine was seeing Minetta while Hiram was keeping his mistress Ms Mulwray (Kelly Ripa) at the Five Seasons.

Consuelos and Ripa are actually married in real life, helping to make their on-screen romance even more realistic.

At the end of season three, Hiram was told by one of the guards of Hermoine’s arrest after evidence had been planted to take her down.

He also hinted he would be seeking revenge on his daughter since she helped to put him in prison.

Even though Hiram is imprisoned, he can pull strings from behind the scenes so could he have something to do with the mystery surrounding Jughead following the season four trailer?

Hiram is expected to cause trouble throughout series from behind bars so his trusted attorney is bound to be at hand to help him out.

Riverdale season 4 continues on Netflix UK every Thursday.

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Kendall Jenner Takes a Phone Call In New York City

Kendall Jenner talks on the phone while walking around the city on Friday (October 18) in New York.

The 23-year-old model wore a gray coat with black pants and boots for her outing.

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Kendall recently shared a photo of her dog looking a little crazy, and another pic of her dog looking calm and relaxed.

“psycho + psycho = ❤️,” she captioned the post.

Earlier this month, Kendall met up with her sister Khloe Kardashian, their mom Kris Jenner and her boyfriend Corey Gamble, and Scott Disick or a lunch outing as they filmed for another episode of their show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

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Mitt Romney is laying the groundwork for a post-Trump Republican era

‘The president will not be the president forever’: Mitt Romney says America is in ‘critical times’ and is laying the groundwork for a post-Trump Republican era

  • Utah Senator Mitt Romney says he is looking past Trump’s presidency 
  • He tells The Atlantic: ‘The president will not be the president forever’ 
  • ‘Berating another person, or calling them names, or demeaning a class of people, not telling the truth – those are not private things,’ he said of Trump
  • Romney has been one of the president’s most vocal Republican critics 

Mitt Romney is already planning for a post-Trump Republican era. 

‘The president will not be the president forever,’ the Republican Utah senator told The Atlantic. 

This comes as no surprise as Romney has been known to call out the president, despite being from the same party.  

‘Berating another person, or calling them names, or demeaning a class of people, not telling the truth – those are not private things,’ he said of Trump, adding, ‘If during the campaign you pay a porn star $130,000, that now comes into the public domain.’ 

Utah Senator Mitt Romney says he is looking past Trump’s presidency

He tells The Atlantic: ‘The president will not be the president forever’

Earlier this month, Romney denounced Trump’s troop withdrawal in Syria as a ‘bloodstain on the annals of American history.’

‘The decision to abandon the Kurds violates one of our most sacred duties. It strikes at American honor. What we have done to the Kurds will stand as a blood stain in the annals of American history,’ said Romney. 

And the president has reciprocated the disdain, calling Romney ‘pompous’, a ‘fool’ and tweeting ‘#IMPEACHMITTROMNEY’. 

Speaking to The Atlantic, Romney said that it is a ‘critical time ‘ in America. 

‘I hope that what I’m doing will open the way for people to take a different path,’ he added.   

Now Romney is looking past his 2012 failed presidential run to Barack Obama, and instead working on how to shape the Republican party post-Trump. 

Though he is not planning to run for president again, he says he has a long to-do list.  

‘My life is not defined in my own mind by political wins and losses,’ he said. ‘You know, I had my career in business, I’ve got my family, my faith—that’s kind of my life, and this is something I do to make a difference.’

‘Berating another person, or calling them names, or demeaning a class of people, not telling the truth – those are not private things,’ he said of Trump

Romney has been one of the president’s most vocal Republican critics, with the president firing back in tweets earlier this month

Romney said he doubts that the outcome of the 2020 election will mirror Trump’s electoral wins from 2016.  

‘We have to get young people and Hispanics and African Americans to vote Republican,’ he said.

Earlier this month, Romney went as far as to defend Joe Biden against Trump’s request for Ukraine and China to investigate Biden’s son Hunter. 

‘When the only American citizen President Trump singles out for China’s investigation is his political opponent in the midst of the Democratic nomination process, it strains credulity to suggest that it is anything other than politically motivated,’ Romney wrote on Twitter.

‘By all appearances, the President’s brazen and unprecedented appeal to China and to Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden is wrong and appalling,’ he added. 

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Driver to the super rich lifts lid on sex parties and billionaires’ affairs

A driver to the super-rich has told all about their party lifestyles in a new book.

Butler On Wheels is written by Paul Wheeler, a chauffeur in his 40s who used a pseudonym as he is still working in
the industry.

In his book he reveals what really goes on in the world of the wealthy, from raunchy sex parties to stingy bosses refusing to give him back his petrol expenses.

He says: “I’ve had a few perks, like being gifted a £10,000 sports car, being bought suits or being handed £50 notes for taking somebody around the corner.”

Paul has worked for Russian oligarchs, Arab royalty and British businessmen.

He adds: “It’s a real privilege driving a £200,000 car, and there’s nothing nicer than wandering into a £50million house in London’s Bishops Avenue (nicknamed Billionaires’ Row) and being able to help yourself from the fridge.

“But don’t think for one minute it’s not a high-stress job. I’ve seen colleagues get into a car and crash it because they’re so stressed out.”

One of the hardest parts of the job for Paul is seeing how his clients treat their wives.

He says: “The billionaires always have mistresses, and you see the wives taking in every little misdemeanour their husband does, keeping it for when they ask for a divorce.”

And raunchy sex parties are also par for the course.

Paul recalls: “I’d take my clients, their mistresses and some people they picked up to some sordid affair that was usually in the sticks.

“While I’d wait outside, the wives would be calling me asking where their husbands were. Sometimes the men wouldn’t get back to Mayfair until six in the morning.”

Paul has also fallen foul of stingy clients. “Some won’t even let you get a glass of water from their house,” he says.

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“These people are psychologically ­impaired. They can snap like that.” But Paul reckons that if he ever came into a fortune, he doubts he would hire his own chauffeur. He explains: “Being the hired help is ingrained in me.”

Paul was inspired to write his memoir last year after an accident left
him with a back injury that put him out of work for
five months.

Butler On Wheels by Paul Wheeler is out now, published by Book Guild, for £9.99.

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Identical brothers, 35, have three sets of twins between them

Double trouble… trebled! Identical brothers, 35, have three sets of twins between them over just two years in UK first

  • John Winstanley is father to twins sets James and Joshua, and Jack and Joel
  • His brother Dave is father of Seth and Jake, making three twin sets between them
  • Both sets of parents, of Congleton, Cheshire say their families are now complete 

Anyone who catches a glimpse of the Winstanley family could be forgiven for thinking they are seeing double.

Because identical brothers John and Dave Winstanley are now the proud fathers of three sets of non-identical twin brothers between them.

It is believed to be the first time this has happened in the UK. Even their partners bear a close resemblance to each other.

John Winstanley (right) is father to twins sets James and Joshua, and Jack and Joel. His brother Dave (left)  is father of Seth and Jake. Although John and Dave are identical, experts said this should not influence the likelihood of non-identical twins which run on the female side of the family

The three sets of twins arrived in under two years – meaning the newborn baby routine of nappies, bottles and sleepless nights hit the brothers like a whirlwind.

The pair, from Congleton, Cheshire, were stunned when their partners became pregnant within months of each other. 

Business analyst John, 35, and his wife Jayne, 35, became parents of James and Joshua in 2016 while Dave and partner Amy Parrish saw Seth and Jake arrive in 2017.

Jayne later gave birth to Jack and Joel. She said of her first pregnancy: ‘My grandfather had a brother and sister who were twins, so we were half-expecting there to be two babies.

Joel and Jack are pictured above. Jayne said: ‘Jack stopped breathing when he was born, but luckily the doctors were able to resuscitate him and he was able to breathe on his own after 15 minutes. But it was very traumatic’

Dave and partner Amy Parrish saw Seth and Jake arrive in 2017. The three sets of twins arrived in under two years – meaning the newborn baby routine of nappies, bottles and sleepless nights hit the brothers like a whirlwind

‘Everyone in the family was saying that it was bound to happen. And when I went for a scan at 12 weeks pregnant, sure enough there were two heartbeats in there.

‘I had bad morning sickness for months, but otherwise my pregnancy went really smoothly.’ The twins were born at Macclesfield General Hospital. 

Jayne said of her second lot of twins: ‘Three days after I knew I was pregnant I started to feel really sick, so I just knew it was another set of twins again.

‘I kept telling John ‘Don’t expect there to be just one in there.’ And my stomach went really big very quickly.’

The twins were eventually delivered by Caesarean.

Jayne said: ‘Jack stopped breathing when he was born, but luckily the doctors were able to resuscitate him and he was able to breathe on his own after 15 minutes. But it was very traumatic.’

John and Jayne became parents of James and Joshua in 2016. Jayne insisted: ‘That’s definitely it now – as I’m sure we would end up with yet another set of twins’

She added: ‘It’s lovely that all the twins are so close together. Our twins don’t look alike – they each look more like the other set of twins, so James and Joel look very similar, as do Jack and Joshua.’ 

Both sets of parents say their families are now complete.

Jayne insisted: ‘That’s definitely it now – as I’m sure we would end up with yet another set of twins. The key to it all is keeping to a strict routine – otherwise it would just be chaos.’

Although John and Dave are identical, experts said this should not influence the likelihood of non-identical twins which run on the female side of the family.

Some women are more likely to produce two eggs in one cycle – it is unusual that both Jayne and Amy had this.

Jane Denton, of the Multiple Birth Foundation, said she was not aware of any other family in the UK in the same situation. 

She added: ‘This is a very interesting case – and very unusual.’

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Tennessee doctors plead guilty to overprescribing opioids, DOJ says

First federal opioid crisis case set to head to trial

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Two Tennessee doctors pleaded guilty Thursday to distributing high doses of opioids with no medical legitimacy, the Justice Department announced.

Dr. Samuel Mcgaha and Dr. Frank McNiel – both from East Tennessee – each pleaded guilty to one count of unlawful distribution of a controlled substance.

Between 2015 and early 2018, Mcgaha and McNiel prescribed a combined total of 271,938 opioid pills, a DOJ news release said.

Two Tennessee doctors pleaded guilty last week to prescribing opioids to patients that exceeded CDC guidelines. 
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Mcgaha admitted to writing opioid prescriptions that exceeded the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines. He also prescribed opioids even when his patients tested positive for illegal drugs.

McNiel admitted to writing some opioid prescriptions without evaluating patients and without obtaining medical records that would have warranted the prescriptions.

Their case was investigated jointly by the FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

It was prosecuted by Trial Attorney Louis Manzo of the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section and Assistant U.S. Attorney Anne Svolto of the Eastern District of Tennessee.

Sentencing is scheduled for March 26, 2020, according to the DOJ news release.

Their charges would carry a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison, but they're expected to face less time because of their guilty pleas.

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Kanye Says Kim Kardashian Being ‘Too Sexy’ Affects His Soul

Kanye West slammed his wife Kim Kardashian‘s Met Gala look for being “too sexy.”

Kardashian showed up to the 2019 Met Gala wearing a corseted dress designed by Thierry Mugler. However, it seems that her husband was not too happy about the reality star’s look.

On Sunday night’s episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” the couple argued the night before the big event over the dress’ tight look, which Kardashian noted took eight months to make.

“I went through this transition where being a rapper, looking at all these girls and looking at my wife, like, ‘Oh my girl needs to be just like the other girls showing their body off,'” West said.

He added, “I didn’t realize that that was affecting my soul and my spirit as someone who is married and the father of now … about to be four kids. A corset is a form of underwear, it’s hot, for who though?”

“So the night before the Met you’re going to come in here and say that you’re not into a corset vibe?” Kardashian asked him back. “I don’t need any more negative energy and for you say you’re now not into me wearing a tight dress.”

“You are my wife, and it affects me when pictures are too sexy,” West answered.

“You built me up to be this sexy person and confidence and all this stuff,” Kardashian retorted. “And just because you’re on a journey and you’re on a transformation doesn’t mean that I’m in the same spot with you.”

Kardashian did not back down and arrived at the Gala wearing the dress.

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The Hundred: England Women’s Tammy Beaumont joins London Spirit

England Women opener Tammy Beaumont has been signed by London Spirit for the inaugural edition of The Hundred next summer.

Beaumont was one of eight new women’s signings announced during the men’s draft in London on Sunday, with Australia duo Meg Lanning and Alyssa Healy joining Welsh Fire and Northern Superchargers respectively.

Sophie Molineux, another Australian, has linked up with Trent Rockets, while New Zealand pair Suzie Bates (Southern Brave) and Sophie Devine (Birmingham Phoenix) have also been picked up.

South Africa’s Lizelle Lee (Manchester Originals) and Dane van Niekerk (Oval Invincibles) will also play in the first staging of the tournament from next July, which will run alongside the men’s event.

BIRMINGHAM PHOENIX

England-contracted players: Amy Jones, Kirstie Gordon

Overseas players: Sophie Devine (New Zealand)

Rest of squad:

Head coach: Ben Sawyer

LONDON SPIRIT

England-contracted players: Heather Knight, Tammy Beaumont, Freya Davies

Overseas players:

Rest of squad:

Head coach: Lisa Keightley

MANCHESTER ORIGINALS

England-contracted players: Kate Cross, Sophie Ecclestone

Overseas players: Lizelle Lee (South Africa)

Rest of squad:

Head coach: TBC

NORTHERN SUPERCHARGERS

England-contracted players: Lauren Winfield, Linsey Smith

Overseas players: Alyssa Healy (Australia)

Rest of squad:

Head coach: Danielle Hazell

OVAL INVINCIBLES

England-contracted players: Laura Marsh, Fran Wilson

Overseas players: Dane van Niekerk (South Africa)

Rest of squad:

Head coach: Lydia Greenway

SOUTHERN BRAVE

England-contracted players: Anya Shrubsole, Danni Wyatt

Overseas players: Suzie Bates (New Zealand)

Rest of squad:

Head coach: Charlotte Edwards

TRENT ROCKETS

England-contracted players: Nat Sciver, Katherine Brunt

Overseas players: Sophie Molineux (Australia)

Rest of squad:

Head coach: Saliann Briggs

WELSH FIRE

England-contracted players: Katie George, Bryony Smith

Overseas players: Meg Lanning (Australia)

Rest of squad:

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Queen Letizia of Spain and King Felipe VI set off on Japanese visit

Queen Letizia of Spain and King Felipe VI set off on Japanese visit to see the enthronement of Emperor Naruhito

  • Couple will attend enthronement ceremony in Tokyo of the Japanese emperor 
  • Queen Letizia looked smart in a black suit and matching heels at Madrid Airport 
  • Prince Charles is also expected to attend the historical event to represent UK 

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain embarked on a trip to South Korea and Japan today, where they will attend the enthronement of Emperor Naruhito.

Felipe and Letizia, who departed from Madrid airport in Spain, are invited to Tuesday’s official enthronement ceremony in Tokyo of the Japanese emperor, who ascended to the throne on 1 May.

Queen Letizia looked smart in a black suit, matching heels and minimal accessories whilst her husband wore a navy suit and blue tie for the airport appearance.  

King Felipe VI (left) and Queen Letizia of Spain (right) embarked on a trip to South Korea and Japan today from Madrid Airport

Queen Letizia looked smart in a black suit, matching heels and minimal accessories as they boarded their plane at Madrid-Barajas airport

Felipe and Letizia (pictured) are invited to Tuesday’s official enthronement ceremony of the Japanese emperor Naruhito

Several heads of state will also be present at the enthronement event in Japan and other monarchs from Europe such as royals from the Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium and Luxembourg will attend. 

Prince Charles is also expected to be at the historical event as a representative of the UK. 

Though not an official state visit, Felipe VI will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe before the enthronement.

Spain’s Foreign Minister Josep Borrell will also hold talks with his Japanese counterpart, Toshimitsu Motegi. 

The couple climb the stairs to their plane which will fly them to Japan for the official ceremony

This is Felipe VI and Letizia’s second visit to Japan after their first trip in 2017. Pictured: the couple just before they get on the plane

Queen Letizia (pictured) wore an all black ensemble for the day of travelling, which she teamed with a black clutch and silver earrings 

This is Felipe VI and Letizia’s second visit to Japan after their first trip in 2017.

Their first visit was meant to have been in April 2016 but was postponed until the main Spanish political parties reached an agreement on a coalition government after the December 2015 general elections. 

The couple are set to head to Seoul after their stay in Japan to discuss economy and trade. 

There they will meet with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his wife Kim Jung-sook to sign several agreements.

This trip to Asia comes after the announcement that the royals will visit Cuba in November for the commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the founding of Havana.

The military were also present as the couple boarded the plane to set off on their journey to Japan

Though not an official state visit, Felipe VI (centre) will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe before the enthronement

Spain’s Foreign Minister Josep Borrell confirmed the news on Wednesday during a trip to Havana.

The visit will be a welcome sign of support for Cuba which is facing increasing U.S. hostility.

Spain and its former colony have improved ties in recent years within the broader normalization of relations between the European Union and Cuba.

This will be the first time a Spanish king makes an official visit to the island. 

Felipe’s father King Juan Carlos traveled to Cuba twice to attend an Ibero-American summit in 2016 and the funeral of revolutionary leader Fidel Castro.

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