Chef, broadcaster and novelist Prue Leith has told the Difficult Women podcast what it was really like to work alongside Prince Philip. Speaking to Rachel Johnson this week on Difficult Women, Prue said that the late Prince Philip could be “really difficult”. “Occasionally I would have little run-ins with him and I think he didn’t – like many men – he didn’t really understand strong and confident women,” she said.
It is said the Queen gave up a hobby of dog breeding in 2018 The corgi dog has long been synonymous with the Royal Family, but there's a lesser known dog breed that may only exist because of The Queen. Queen Elizabeth II's love of dogs has been shown for many years, with corgis patiently appearing alongside the Monarch on multiple occasions during her reign.
Margaret Thatcher, Prince Phillip and other celebs who stayed at Worcestershire hotels MARGARET THATCHER, PRINCE PHILLIP AND ELIZABETH TAYLOR are just some of the famous face to have stayed at Worcestershire hotels over the years.Celebrities have flocked here to embrace the Worcestershire countryside and also to escape the fast-paced nature of celebrity life.
COMMENTATING on Prince Phillip’s funeral for top American television channels, Brit host Trisha Goddard looked every inch the professional.But actually she was a bag of nerves and would spend “the next few days on the loo”.She had ‘scanxiety’ - panic ahead of annual scans to see if the stage three breast cancer she was first diagnosed with in 2008, then aged 50, had returned.
The BBC has defended its coverage of Prince Phillip’s funeral after being hit with more complaints.The corporation devoted almost four hours to the event on April 17, led by broadcaster Huw Edwards, which was watched by an average of almost seven million people.Edwards was joined by guests including Sir David Attenborough, Gyles Brandreth and Alan Titchmarsh to share memories of Philip, who died on April 9 at the age of 99.
With Her Majesty the Queen’s 95th birthday coming so soon after the death of her beloved husband Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, there’ll be none of the traditional public celebrations today.But along with Saturday’s profoundly sad and poignant funeral in St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, marking Prince Phillip’s remarkable life and legacy, a host of Royal reminiscences have been recalled by historians and commentators, and by members of the public in the UK and around the world.
Prince Philip delighted people in Windsor for decades when he was seen riding his carriages up the Long Walk, but today people clutch flowers as they pay their last respects People gather outside the gates of Windsor Castle ahead of Prince Philip's funeral For decades, the people of Windsor delighted in seeing Prince Phillip riding his carriages up the Long Walk. Today, at the same spot, they clutched memorial flowers, their smiles replaced with sorrow. While most heeded the official advice to watch the Duke's
A wartime alert will echo around St George’s Chapel as Royal Marine buglers perform a naval battle cry during Prince Philip’s funeral.Action Stations, which is sounded on naval warships to signal all hands must go to battle stations, will be heard in the chapel after a specific request was made by the Duke of Edinburgh.
Inside this Saturday's Daily Mirror This Saturday, the Daily Mirror is paying respect to the passing of an British icon, a man who devoted his life to duty and service to his family and country.We look back at the remarkable life of Prince Philip, from his youth and education in Europe to his career in the the Royal Navy and wartime service.
Exclusive National mourning guidelines imposed after Prince Phillip’s death prevented NHS England from sending out clinical information about the use of a drug to GPs, Pulse has learned.On Monday (12 April) NHS officials updated guidance on the use of inhaled budesonide for some over-50s recovering from Covid, stating it can be prescribed on a ‘case-by-case’ basis, but is not recommended for ‘routine use’, and published this on its website.
Both of similar temperaments, pragmatic, plain speaking and quick witted, the Duke of Edinburgh saw a lot of himself in his grandson When the Duke of Cambridge was introduced to Matt Smith, the actor who would play his grandfather in The Crown, at a charity event a few years ago, he was asked if he had any advice.
The BBC dropped its usual schedule in the wake of Prince Philip's death for a series of special programming, which is said to have left many viewers upset The BBC has been hit by over 100,000 complaints after a controversial decision in the wake of Prince Philip's death.
As flags flew at half mast in tribute to Prince Phillip at local authority buildings in the Harrogate area, local churches are also marking his passing by holding Prayer Vigils.Both North Yorkshire County Council and Harrogate Borough Council say the flags will remain at half mast at County Hall in Northallerton and all Harrogate council buildings until after the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral this Saturday afternoon.
Richard Dawkins.(Don Arnold/Getty Images) Richard Dawkins drew criticism Saturday (10 April) for a provocative tweet that compared trans people to Rachel Dolezal.On Saturday morning, an entire minute after tweeting about the late Prince Phillip’s top hat, the evolutionary biologist and outspoken atheist abruptly gave his take on trans lives that absolutely nobody asked for.
Prince William has said that he will “miss my Grandpa” in a touching tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh.Kensington Palace also shared a new photograph of a young Prince George with his great-grandfather Philip alongside the message from William.The image was taken in Norfolk in 2015 by the Duchess of Cambridge.
THE BBC has reportedly offered counselling to its staff over Prince Phillip's death as the broadcaster's viewing figures plummet following its coverage of his passing.According to an internal email, reported in The Sunday Times, the Beeb has set up online grief counselling for any employees struggling to deal with the death of the 99-year-old.
BROADCASTER Anne Diamond struggled to hold back tears as she spoke about how the Queen will have to adjust to life without having Prince Philip by her side.Buckingham Palace confirmed that Prince Philip had passed away on Friday at the age of 99.On Saturday, the Royal Family broke its silence by paying tribute in a heartfelt post.
The big race was due to take place at 3.15pm on Saturday April 17 but has now been moved back in light of the Duke of Edinburgh's passing.The Scottish Grand National has been rescheduled to avoid a clash with Prince Phillip's funeral.The showpiece event in Ayr was due to take place on Saturday, April 17 but the decision's been taken to push it back 24 hours to Sunday, April 18.
A LEFT-WING political activist has been attacked over "classless" tweets shortly after Prince Philip's death.Political activist Ash Sarkar commented on a video of rapper, DMX, who died from a heart attack on Friday.She wrote: “RIP TO A LEGEND” before adding a barbed comment at the duke - who gave his life to public service.
Princes William and Harry will 'stand shoulder to shoulder' and walk together behind Philip's coffin as royal experts say it could heal 'deep damage'
Princes William and Harry will reunite as they walk behind their grandfather's coffin at his funeral in a week's time.Pictured: William and Harry together in 2017, at the European Premiere of Star Wars in London.Prince Harry will attend the funeral of his grandfather, Prince Philip, at St George's Chapel, Windsor, next Saturday, it has been confirmed.