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Biography of Camilla lifts lid on affair with Charles

An explosive biography of Camilla - to mark her 70th birthday next month - lifts the lid on her affair with Prince Charles. Royal author Penny Junor, who talked to Camilla's friends and family, revealed how Charles wept the night before he married Diana. In a wedding photo (above) a poignant moment was captured between Charles and Camilla (left) as they shared a 'sad look' of understanding that their affair was over for good. Today, Junor tells how the marriage drove him to the brink of a breakdown. Diana (inset) also spiralled lower and lower as bulimia took hold of her and fearsome rows broke out between the couple - including one about an infamous bracelet (left) bought by Charles as a present for his ex-lover.

Six officers injured after protesters clash with police and set bins on fire in east London after father, 25, dies after 'brutal beating' following his arrest over routine traffic stop

Protesters have set bins on fire while clashing with riot police in east London over claims a young father was beaten to death by officers. Edir Frederico Da Costa, 25, inset left, died six days after he was arrested during a traffic stop in Newham, east London. His family claim his neck was broken and that he suffered severe head injuries during the alleged brutal assault. Furious crowds took to the streets of east London today claiming that Metropolitan Police officers were to blame for Mr Da Costa's death.

Michael Eavis, the bearded dairy farmer who owns the land on which the event takes place, said the Labour leader told him be believes he will be prime minister within six months.

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Greater Manchester Police confirmed a 16-year-old boy has been charged with rape after an eight-year-old girl was sexually assaulted in a park.

Research from the Good Housekeeping Institute reveals waiters in the US expect the biggest tips, up to 25 per cent of the total bill, while staff in China and Japan could be offended by the money.

Trader Joe's announced a new treat on Monday which are exactly the same as the trademark snack across the pond, which have been in Europe since the 19th century.

Meghan Markle sets pulses racing going braless in blazer

The US actress looks all set for summer after modelling a range of seasonal outfits including a sultry snap wearing nothing on top except a flowery blazer. Pictured among flowers and tropical plants, the Suits star seemed set to revel in the sunshine in her classy clothes. It is a far cry from what the actress is usually seen wearing on these shores as she prefers a dressed-down look to blend in with the crowd.

A new Government deportation threshold could see foreign offenders of serious crimes, including rape or murder, booted out of Britain.

The anonymous flight attendant opened up about the worst passenger types, with 'scantily-clad graduates', 'unruly families', and 'church groups' all making the list.

Britain's biggest warship set to sail under Forth Bridge

After nearly a decade of construction, Britain's biggest ever warship will set sail for the first time today. But before it can start policing the seas, the £3.1billion aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth must deal with its first test - squeezing under a set of bridges. All eyes today will be on Chief Petty Officer Andrew Vercoe as he steers the 932ft-long vessel out of the dock at Rosyth, on the coast of Fife in Scotland, and into the North Sea in a nerve-racking ten-hour operation.

The video, released Tuesday on an unofficial YouTube channel claiming to be affiliated with Anonymous, repeats the text of three articles from the conspiracy website Ancient-Code.com.

Extremist Michael Adebolajo (left) is 'brainwashing' inmates at HMP Frankland and has been branded 'violent and a major danger.' He killed Lee Rigby with Michael Adebowale (right) in 2013.

Ed Sheeran brings Glastonbury to a close

Despite a very warm welcome from the huge Glastonbury crowd (right), Ed Sheeran's (left) headline performance divided fans at home with some questioning his spot in the line-up. Many praised his 'insane' talent as the 26-year-old sent the crowds home with hit after hit. But others accused him of being 'dull' and 'middle of the road' with rows breaking out on social media (inset) over his display.

Glastonbury's clean-up begins as festival goers head home

NEW Glastonbury's big clean-up began in earnest this morning as the last of the festival goers staggered home having watched Ed Sheeran bring the event to a close on Sunday night. Pictures show the famous Worthy Farm fields strewn with rubbish with revellers making their way out of the Somerset venue as those with rubbish bags moved in. Sheeran, 26, who had admitted to battling the nerves as he stepped out on the Pyramid Stage, last night wrapped up the festival by showing off his guitar skills in a performance of You Need Me, I Don't Need You to a huge crowd.

Car sellers in the UK have been hiking monthly payments to try and replace the loss in value of vehicles which have been returned to them at the end of the deal.

Is Boris Becker's marriage to model Lilly on the rocks?

Friends of former tennis star Boris Becker have reportedly suggested that his eight-year marriage to model Lilly Becker is on the rocks. Yesterday, the three-time Wimbledon champion shrugged off claims that they were splitting as they were spotted leaving their London house in a Porsche to celebrate his wife's 41st birthday. He tweeted a photo of Mrs Becker wishing his 'love' a happy birthday - though he hinted at possible turbulence with the caption: 'Through thick and thin ...' Last week Becker, who amassed tens of millions after first winning Wimbledon at 17, was declared bankrupt over a £3.34million debt owed to a private bank.

Andrew Taylor, 51, is believed to have been bitten by an Indian cobra at his home in Kent, where he is said to have kept 16 snakes as part of an exotic animal collection.

Dramatic moment a boat carrying 150 tourists sinks in Colombia 'leaving 25 dead after passengers fail to put on life vests'

A boat with 150 tourists on board has sunk in Colombia leaving dozens dead, according to reports. The vessel went down on the Penol reservoir in the tourist town of Guatape, 28 miles east of the capital Medellin. At least 25 people are said to have died after passengers failed to put on their life vests. Tourists were seen scrambling to get to upper decks in a bid to stay above the surface level as the boat plunged into the water.

GYLES BRANDRETH recalls the time he found himself marooned in an isolated corner of a private party with Her Majesty and found himself completely unable to think of a thing to say.

Kevin Maxwell faces being declared bankrupt at the High Court in London for a second time, Sebastian Shakespeare reveals, three years after the businessman's initial bankruptcy.

East London thug hurls acid at student on 21st birthday

A thug who hurled acid at a student and her cousin as they celebrated her 21st birthday has left the pair with life-changing injuries. Manchester Met university student Resham Khan, and her cousin Jameel Muhktar, were driving through Beckton, east London, when they were stopped by a red traffic light. They had the windows down and were playing music, feeling celebratory after not having seen each other since Miss Khan (pictured above before and after the attack) returned from an exchange year in Cyprus. As they waited for the lights to change a man threw a corrosive substance through the open window and into Miss Khan's face - before going round to the driver's side and throwing more acid at Mr Muhktar.

Nicola and Karl Medina were told by consultants at Leeds General Infirmary that the cause of their fertility problems was 'unexplained' and ended up spending £50,000 on private IVF treatment.

A foreign state is thought to be responsible for the 'brute force' assault on the secure computer system with senior Whitehall sources warning it is 'inevitable' that information has been stolen.

John McDonnell says Grenfell Tower victims were murdered

The shadow chancellor (left) said the failure not to invest in more homes and to cut the number of firefighters 'contributed' to the deaths as the number of high rises failing safety tests has doubled. His comments, made during a discussion at Glastonbury festival (right), have fuelled accusations that Labour is trying to politicise the tragedy. At least 79 people are believed to have died as the blaze ripped through the north Kensington tower block (pictured below) within just a matter of minutes. Hundreds have been left homeless as a result of the disaster, while the bodies of those killed may never be identified because of sheer intensity of the blaze, which left the tower block a charred, hollowed out shell.

The manager of Trapeze Bar in Shoreditch, east London, branded the music for a charity event for victims of the Grenfell disaster 'crap' and said it would attract 'poor quality' guests.

Firefighters are battling flames at Waxham House in Camden, north London, which is just minutes away from Chalcots Estate, where 4,000 people were evacuated this weekend over fire safety fears.

Terrifying moment 'engine failure' caused an AirAsia flight to start shaking 'like a washing machine' before the pilot tells 359 passengers to PRAY for survival 

Footage has emerged showing the terrifying moment an AirAsia flight with 359 people on board started to shake violently. Flight D7237 departed Perth Airport shortly before 7am on Sunday on its way to Malaysia but was forced to turn back due to 'technical issues' less than two hours into the trip. In distressing footage (pictured) taken on-board the flight, the AirAsia flight captain can be heard asking passengers to stay vigilant. 'Please pay attention and also please listen to everything, our survival depends on your cooperation,' he said. Passenger Sophie Nicolas said they were told to pray for their survival. 'He said "I hope you all say a prayer, I will be saying a prayer too and let's hope we all get back home safely",' she said. Fellow passenger Malik Mascarenhas said he feared for his life. 'The plane was really really limping home, it was shuddering, shuddering, shuddering. We all thought, you know, we're just going to go down,' he said. Passengers were flown to Kuala Lumpur on Sunday night, where many were left stranded due to missed connecting flights.

Shocking video shows brutal North Korean agents beating a woman senseless as they accuse her of having sex with Chinese and South Korean men after fleeing the dictatorship

NEW WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: Horrifying footage has emerged of North Korean security agents beating a woman as they accuse her of having sex with Chinese and South Korean men after fleeing the totalitarian dictatorship. The interrogation video, from 2012, shows the woman being beaten repeatedly while her hands are bound behind her back (left and right). A State Security Agent can be seen interrogating the woman before allegedly kicking her in the face and lifting her up by her hair before shoving her face into the wall. The footage also shows a man, who is also accused of fleeing to China, being tortured. A guard is seen twisting the man's legs with a stick before forcing him to stand.

On Saturday Jeremy Corbyn was introduced on the Pyramid Stage by festival founder Michael Eavis and spoke about the need to help the 'poverty-stricken' in society as he addressed music fans.

The former UKIP leader has been captured in pictures that show him looking more sprightly and rejuvenated than images taken years ago. But he says the idea he has had Botox is 'ridiculous'.

Some are comparing the state of the UK now with when we were led by the minority government of James Callaghan, which fell in 1979.

Jeremy Clarkson goes to France with Lisa Hogan

They went public with their relationship in February earlier this year after they jetted off to Barbados together for some winter sun. And Jeremy Clarkson, 57, and Lisa Hogan, 47, showed their romance is still going strong as they enjoyed a romantic getaway to St. Tropez, France on Saturday. The axed Top Gear presenter dressed to impress in a sky-blue shirt as he enjoyed a low-key breakfast at a small cafe Madeleine with his stunning squeeze abroad.

Sales statistics gathered from makeup counters found women who live in southern cities favour bold rouges and bright pinks, while those from the north prefer lighter coral and nude palettes.

Femail created a guide to the best polaroid cameras, just in time for perfect-for-sepia holiday moments on the beach, as instant cameras come back into fashion despite the age of Instagram.

The world's biggest music stars when they were young

Some are bare-faced, smiling innocently for high school class graduation photos. Others appear with the instruments which would later serve as their meal tickets and some, already sure of their rock star credentials, pose coquettishly with generous lashings of make-up and precocious outfits. One thing they all have in common? The long miles of style, taste and confidence which developed between these early images and those by which they are known or remembered today.

How to cope when your wife's more successful than you

Murray Partridge, 59, is married to hyper-successful jewellery designer Solange Azagury-Partridge and, as she earns a staggering 20 times more than he does, has written a book with friend Simon Marks on how to cope with being a 'beta male'. Tips include never interrupting your alpha wife, not thinking for yourself and how to be good arm candy.

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Prince Philip is seen for first time since hospital stay

Prince Philip, 96, appeared to be back to full health today as he drove himself and the Queen to an event at Guards Polo Club in Windsor. The royal couple could be seen arriving in their Range Rover (left) for the sporting event on Sunday afternoon. Her Majesty (inset) looked her elegant best opting for a mint green ensemble this afternoon. The Duke of Edinburgh and the Queen joined their son Prince Edward to watch granddaughter Lady Louise Windsor (inset) show off her carriage driving skills at an event at Guards Polo Club in Windsor today. It marks the Duke of Edinburgh's first appearance since he was admitted to the King Edward VII Hospital in London on Tuesday for treatment of an undisclosed infection. Philip, who recently announced plans to retire from official duties in the autumn, spent two nights at the private hospital as a precautionary measure.

Bellfield claims Stone - who is serving life for the hammer murders of Megan Russell, six, and her mother, Lin, 45 - has been sending him secret notes behind bars at HMP Frankland in Durham.

Drug mule Melissa Reid, 23, (pictured) has got a new job at charity Citizens Advice in Glasgow less than a year after she was released from a Peru prison where she was jailed for drug smuggling.

Emily Monckton picks out this summer's best on-trend tropical-inspired clothes and accessories as High Street brands fill collections with parrots and palm leaves.

University of Edinburgh scientists say their findings pave the way for new therapies for the skin condition (pictured) which mimic the effects of the sun's rays.

Kath Rathband, 46, is reported to have discovered messages to a former sweetheart on husband John McGee's Facebook. She is the widow of hero policeman David Rathband.

The comments were North Korea's first reaction to Otto Warmbier's death in a U.S. hospital on Monday after it released him for what it called 'humanitarian' reasons.

Janka Penther was born with cystic fibrosis (CF), a crippling genetic condition, and doctors had told her she wouldn't live past 21 years old. When she hit 30, she was planning her own funeral.

The charges - for either larger bins or special plastic sacks - have been condemned as being unfair on families and there are fears that they will encourage fly-tipping (file photo).

The very WORST hacks on the internet

From drinking your juice out of a spray nozzle (bottom left) to tying your mobile phone to your head with a rubber band (top right), the would-be hacks range from the slightly unusual to the downright dangerous. One would-be inventor ate his food off a toilet seat lid (top centre) while another poured their milk straight into a cereal box (top left). Back-to-front shoes (bottom centre) and hands-free travelling (bottom right) also made the list of pointless tricks.

New York City revelers waved rainbow flags and carried colorful balloons during the 48th annual pride on Sunday. Chelsea Manning and Kelly Osbourne participated in the event.

Dissident Republican Christine Connor, 31, from Belfast, tweeted on the day threw bombs at PSNI officers: 'United Struggle was formed in December 2012. By May 2013, we let ourselves be heard!'

A seven-month-old baby boy died in a hot car after police say his father apparently forgot about him on Friday and left him in the car for ten hours while he worked in Houston.

Seals are being shot at Scottish fish farms that supply salmon to UK supermarkets, including M&S and Waitrose - a supermarket which has long promoted its ethical and green credentials.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Ronney the cat climbed into a neighbour's car in Staffordshire and traveled 150 miles. He was so badly burned that he had part of his tail amputated.

Gareth Johnson, whose company Young Pioneer Tours has been criticised for failing to protect Otto Warmbier, also runs GN (Gross Negligence) Tours, which arranges stag parties in the Philippines.

Mohammed Mahmoud, 30, (pictured) stepped in when an angry crowd attempted to 'kick and punch' 47-year-old suspect Darren Osborne in Finsbury Park earlier this month.

Experts at Pinterest have sifted through data to reveal what the most stylish hosts are putting on their tables this summer - and some of them are so clever you'll wish you'd thought of them yourself.

James Brindley was left in a pool of blood and died in his parents' arms just yards from his home after he was knifed in Aldridge High Street, near Walsall, West Midlands.

Shark that terrified swimmers in Majorca has been caught

Video footage showed the shark on the sand at Can Pastilla beach on Sunday, surrounded by crowds of holidaymakers either side of an area reserved for lifeguards and animal experts from Palma Aquarium. The fish, which had a serious wound, was euthanized on Sunday evening because of the nature of its injuries. It had terrified holidaymakers on three beaches over the weekend as it made its way across the shores of Magaluf.

Over 2,500 rescuers have come to Xinmo village in Mao County, China to help find survivors of a deadly landslide. Ten bodies have so far been found but 93 are still missing after the disaster.

Baby Penny Mylchreest endured a staggering 1,000 epileptic fits in the first six weeks of her life - but now three years on she is seizure-free and looking forward to starting primary school next year.

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Aron Duplock, 25,  from Brighton was working at his stepbrother's house in East Sussex when he was electrocuted. He has two children aged four and 18 months and was engaged to be married.

Richard Hammond shared a video of himself on crutches as he made his way towards his new ride. Appearing to be in good spirits, he described his new customised electrical vehicle to fans.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT - People had rushed to the scene of a highway accident about 60 miles southwest of Multan after the tanker overturned to gather leaking fuel.

More than 2,000 people - including holidaymakers at a hotel and campsite - have been evacuated after a wildfire near Donana Natural Space in Mazagon, southwest Spain.

Witnesses have claimed singing sensation Boyle, who suffers from Asperger Syndrome, is being 'hounded' by a group of 15 young people who live near her in West Lothian, Scotland.

Rebecca Coriam's family believe she did not consent to having sex with the male crew member, and was killed because she did not agree to a bisexual relationship with the man and the woman.

Twenty officials from North Korea spent a month touring Spain, visiting a number of tourist hot spots including Benidorm, Salou and Barcelona in search of inspiration for resort planning in the country.

A study has identified seven genes that put people at increased risk of developing sleeplessness - a whole new approach that gives new hope to those who have sleep problems.

Lee Carter, 19, and his mother Susan, 47, forked out £1,167 for an all-inclusive break to Sol Pelicanos Ocas. But they arrived to discover half of the main pool had been shut for filming.

'If he wants to prove he's a man I think we should do it out of the car, face to face!' Lewis Hamilton hits out after rival Sebastian Vettel deliberately RAMS him twice during the thrilling Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel were involved in an extraordinary incident during the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in which the Ferrari driver deliberately drove into his title rival's Mercedes in what appeared to be a fit of road rage. The drivers were behind the safety car on lap 22 of an incident packed race, and the cars were closely slaloming together with Hamilton in first ahead of Vettel. Hamilton suddenly braked into turn 16, causing Vettel to drive into the back of his car and damage the Ferrari front wing.

From drinking your juice out of a spray nozzle to tying your mobile phone to your head with a rubber band, the would-be hacks range from the slightly unusual to the downright dangerous.

The millionaire, from Edinburgh, travelled to Turkey last week for the procedure but suffered a severe reaction to the anaesthetic, leaving her face and lips swollen.

More than 1,000 doctors and medical students warned that the reputation of the profession will be 'severely damaged' if a motion calling for the decriminalisation of abortion is passed.

Drivers following friends are more likely to cut in front of a pedestrian crossing a road (file pic) and speed through traffic lights turning red, researchers at Arizona State University found.

Glastonbury bosses hope that a new poster campaign will put an end to the 'wee problem'. The festival has previously been fined thousands for violating environmental regulations.

Gardeners may think they are helping out by putting a bird box in the garden - but their intended inhabitants, the native tit, are being forced out by bees, BBC expert Chris Packham reports.

Home Office report into government's Deportation with Assurances (DWA) scheme - agreed with Ethiopia, Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya and Morocco - revealed the figure.

The Portuguese boss, faces allegations of not paying taxes on image rights during his time as Real Madrid coach, with a lawsuit filed against him by the Public Prosecutor's office in the capital.

Presenter Marr (pictured), who described himself as 'well paid', claimed the imminent pay disclosure would reveal how he was being paid far below his equivalents on rival channels.

Calling '112' will direct your emergency call to the right operator from any country in the EU, while pressing '55' during a 999 call signals that it's not safe for you to speak out loud.

Meet the most armed man in America

Mel Bernstein, 71 (pictured), nicknamed the Dragon Man, boasts himself as America's most-armed man on his 260-acre home in El Paso County, Colorado, with more than 200 machine guns, 80 military vehicles (inset left and right) and countless grenade launches and landmines to his name. His home also boasts a military museum which takes two hours to walk through and a collection worth upwards of $10million. He estimates his gun collection alone is worth around $8million.

Detectives dramatically halted a coroner's inquest into the death of Sophie Burgess on Friday. The alleged blunder at St Peter's Hospital in Chertsey, Surrey, is being probed by police.

History has long regarded Anne as one of Britain's duller monarchs. But if a new play and film are to be believed, the Queen was neither as virtuous nor as conservative as she appeared.

Mr Hewitt, 58, was given a 'slim chance' of survival by doctors but he defied the odds and has returned home from the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital. He now wants to 'get on with his life.'

Researchers at a university in Evanston, Illinois, who followed more than 1.3m youngsters, found parents' fears that premature babies (file pic) would struggle are largely unfounded.

Margarita Hamilton threw a series of celebrity-strewn parties at the 17th Century Walton Castle eventually incurring the wrath of the genteel residents of the quaint seaside town of Clevedon, Somerset.

Professor Marcel Levi, a doctor and chief executive of University College Hospitals, warned against wasting money by treating patients at the end of their lives.

Seven speakers were told to get down from their perches in Hyde Park's sacred free speech patch by police. Over the years it has hosted the likes of George Orwell and Karl Marx.

More than 2,500 inconsiderate drivers have been publicly shamed on a website dedicated to exposing 'selfish drivers'. It encourages members of the public to upload photos of offending vehicles.

Savvy shoppers have taken to cosmetics websites and Twitter to reveal how paper toilet seat covers work just as well as expensive blotting sheets when it comes to getting rid of excess oil.

This undated photo shows the rock formation Trollpikkenin before its damage, in Egersund, western Norway. A group of activists have started to collect money to repair the penis-shaped rock formation and a popular tourist attraction after it was found badly damaged Saturday June 24, 2017. It was discovered cracked complete with drilling holes in the rock - something that experts say suggests strongly that it was cut off on purpose. (Ingve Aalbu/NTB Scanpix via AP)

Joggers discovered that the Trollpikken rock formation had cracked and noted drilling holes in the rock - something that experts say strongly suggests the rock was deliberately vandalised.

Grandmother, 75, reveals why she swapped country for city

Elisabeth Luard, 75, downsized to a chic West London flat from rural Wales, as the upmarket compact space close to grandchildren and hospitals is an ideal place to spend her final chapter. The cookery writer is one of the pensioners heading back into the City, with the ability to pay London housing prices after selling former family homes.

The detainees of the Venezuelan prisons told Human Right Watch they were force-fed the disgusting meal after guards put teargas up their noses so they opened their mouths.

The Vueling plane, which had 153 people aboard, was about to depart Alicante-Elche airport in Spain for Rome when it smashed into a bizarrely parked car. Passengers were delayed for 7 hours.

The new craze called 'window trapping' was captured on security video cameras in Buenos Aires. Thieves are trying to catch passengers unaware by launching themselves through train windows.

 

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Obamas visit Balinese paddy fields during vacation

Barack and Michelle Obama, along with their two daughters, flew into the popular tourist destination on Friday evening before heading straight for the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan, Ubud, where villas cost upwards of $2,500 a night. Today, the family too a walk through the lush, green Jatiluwih rice terrace, one of UNESCO World Heritages. They looked relaxed as Barack donned a blue polo shirt and Michelle kept it casual in a baseball cap and vest, with her jacket tied round her waist. The couple's youngest daughter Sasha, 16, joined them in a bright yellow baseball cap, and white vest. Malia, who reportedly joined the family for their vacation, was nowhere to be seen.

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Vlogger entire face of make up using FOOD beauty

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Muslims gather in Birmingham to mark end of Ramadan

The start of Eid-al-Fitr is dependent on the sighting of the moon and is usually marked by early morning prayers, followed by feasting. Across the UK, Muslims gathered to celebrate the Eid.The start of Eid-al-Fitr is dependent on the sighting of the moon and is usually marked by early morning prayers, followed by family gatherings. Worshipers now enter into the month of Shawwal and welcome it with a feast that breaks the Ramadan fasting. The Arabic name Eid al-Fitr translates to 'festival of the breaking of the fast' in English.

The footage, captured by Paul Ziolkowski off the New York harbour, sees the giant mammal leap out of the water just inches from the side of the nine-foot fishing boat.

His penchant for sharing pictures of his gym-honed body means James Longman (pictured) has earned more praise for his good looks than for his work as the BBC's Middle East correspondent.

Princess Victoria of Sweden misses out on children's lives

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, 39, shares Estelle, five, and Oscar, 15 months, with husband Prince Daniel and says she cherishes every moment she can with them as royal duties means she sometimes misses out. The revelations came as the palace released the traditional midsummer images of the royal children, showing confident Estelle doting on her baby brother.

   

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