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The photographer tells Zoe Pilger how she shoots those disconcerting pictures

The Queen 'cuts' Prince George's umbilical cord in an Alison Jackson lookalike photograph.

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The photographer shines a light behind the head of her Prince William lookalike to make him appear bald

Naomi Watts stars as the People's Princess in 'Diana'

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Even Naomi Watts can't rescue director Oliver Hirschbiegel's latest effort

Prince William will leave the RAF

Prince William completes last shift as RAF pilot to take up full-time job of being royal

The Duke of Cambridge has completed his tour as a search and rescue helicopter pilot and his new family will soon be leaving Anglesey

London's first cat café gets green light

New high street experience finally receives planning permission and announces location on Bethnal Green Road in Shoreditch, London

Sutton, left, and Gary Connery as the Queen on their way down to the Olympic Opening Ceremony

Mark Sutton: Stuntman and former Gurkha who parachuted into the Olympic Stadium

As the son of an air marshal who flew Phantoms during the Cold War, Mark Sutton had a lot to live up to. He proved himself by winning a commission as an officer leading the Army's "bravest of the brave", the Gurkhas, and was to crown a crowded life by making the world gasp with a parachute jump into the London Olympic Stadium on 27 July 2012. The precision stunt, in which, as James Bond in suit and black tie, Sutton accompanied another parachutist impersonating the Queen, was one year and 18 days before a skydive too far killed him.

Scotland Yard confirmed that a man was stopped at around 18:00 on Wednesday and was ordered to verify his identity. They have not, however, confirmed that the man was Prince Andrew.

Scotland Yard backs Prince Andrew security bungle police after 'Mexican stand-off'

Prince Andrew reportedly shouted 'Don’t you know who I am?' at armed royal protection officers during the incident

Scotland Yard confirmed that a man was stopped at around 18:00 on Wednesday and was ordered to verify his identity. They have not, however, confirmed that the man was Prince Andrew.

Prince Andrew 'grateful for apology' after being challenged by armed police at Buckingham Palace

According to reports armed police pointed their guns at Andrew and shouted at him to 'put your hands up and get on the ground'

I’ve done it again: Johnny Murtagh wins the Haydock Sprint Cup for Tom Hogan on Gordon Lord Byron

Johnny Murtagh plays the Byronic hero

Veteran Irish jockey continues his remarkable sequence of winning rides on Gordon Lord Byron

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of an attempted burglary at Buckingham Palace

Two men arrested over Buckingham Palace break-in

In a rare breach of royal security a suspected burglar scaled 12 floors while his accomplice waited on street

Can she take the crown? Liz Hurley has been cast as Queen Helena in a new drama about the British Royal Family

Another Queen Liz? Hurley cast in pilot for American drama about contemporary Royals

Hurley will play a fictional Queen who is mourning the death of her son

Classical review: Hadland's Beethoven, the Temple Choir's Britten, and Anthony Payne's excellent new Vaughan Williams orchestration

Prom 69 – Hadland, Oslo Phil, Petrenko (****)

Prom 70 – Davies, Morris, Temple Choir, BBC Singers, Hill (***)

Prom 71 – Hughes, Johnston, BBCSO, Vanska (****)

Market Report: Telecoms industry rings in the changes

The telecoms sector was the talk of the town as deals flew in for Vodafone and Nokia this week, but traders still had time to pile into Scottish tiddler Pinnacle Technology.

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