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Forget Las Vegas: The third in line to the throne used his Afghan tour to cultivate a very different image. Emily Dugan reports on a royal rebrand
The Taliban have also condemened the third in line for the throne, calling him a 'coward'
As part of a deal with the media, Buckingham Palace has revealed he served in Afghanistan. Helpfully, they provided some quotes about his affection for The Sun
Someone's had a busy Bank Holiday weekend.
The owner of 'The Sun' intervened personally to run the pictures of the naked prince
More than 850 complaints have been made to the press watchdog about naked photographs of Prince Harry that were published in today's Sun.
Double Olympic champion cyclists Laura Trott and Jason Kenny are an item, she confirmed today.
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Prince Harry has a new girlfriend.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will move into a home at Kensington Palace in the coming weeks, St James's Palace said.
From bar-propping IPA guzzlers to affluent foodies – this gastropub finds room for all
I know, I know, you've hardly woken up after the King's Speech and you're still recovering from the Doctor Who Christmas Special (Florence Welch – the best doctor ever). But let's do a bit of time-travelling of our own, back across the past decade in the arts, way back to Copenhagen at the end of 2009. Remember the climate-change conference? If it yielded little else, at least it gave us David Hare's The Green Machine. His one-man, real-time, tour-de-force staging of the final 36 hours of the conference, playing 14 heads of state (with his quiff as his only prop), was performed once only, thank God, and has gone down in theatrical legend. Were you one of the seven people said to have stayed awake until the word-for-word recreation of the 4.30am treaty ratification? Bravo!
The scene outside the Sherlock Holmes premiere after-party perfectly recreated Victorian London, with a horse-drawn carriage and flaming torches.
As the Queen led the nation in paying respect to Britain's war dead on Remembrance Sunday the Defence Minister, Bob Ainsworth defended the country's mission in Afghanistan, saying the level of involvement could not be determined by public opinion.
Prince Harry will become entitled to part of the inheritance left to him by his mother Diana, Princess of Wales when he turns 25 next week.