First picture of Queen’s gravestone revealed as Windsor chapel opens to public

The first picture of the new ledger stone installed at the Queen’s final resting place in Windsor has been released. Queen Elizabeth II’s name has been inscribed alongside her mother’s, father’s and husband’s on the stone in the King George VI memorial chapel in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, where the monarch was buried.The black stone slab has been set into the floor after replacing the old stone that had the names George VI and Elizabeth inscribed in gold lettering.The fresh stone now contains, in list form, “George VI 1895-1952” and “Elizabeth 1900-2002” followed by a metal Garter Star, and...
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Truss defends tax cuts in pursuit of ‘decade of dynamism’

Liz Truss has vowed to “usher in a decade of dynamism” as she defended her Government’s controversial raft of tax cuts amid criticism it disproportionately benefits the rich.Labour accused the Prime Minister and Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng of gambling with people’s finances in “casino economics” and said their “trickle-down” approach will leave the next generation worse off.But Ms Truss insisted she is “unapologetic” in “focusing relentlessly on economic growth”, even as the £45 billion tax-slashing package sent the pound tumbling to fresh 37-year lows and sparked a backlash among some of her own MPs.We will usher in a decade of dynamism...

Palace Shares Pic of Queen’s Final Resting Place With Philip

The first picture of the new stone installed at the queen’s final resting place has been released by Buckingham Palace. Queen Elizabeth II’s name is inscribed next to her parents George VI and his wife, Elizabeth, as well as her beloved husband, Prince Philip, at the King George VI Memorial Chapel, an annex of St George’s Chapel. The ashes of the queen’s sister, Princess Margaret, are also housed there. The slab is hand-carved out of Belgian black marble and features brass letters.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Meghan Markle, the ‘difficult' Duchess, complained about ‘not getting paid’ for royal tour, book claims

After Queen Elizabeth II’s death, the reconciliation between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and the royal family remain uncertain. Before "Megxit," royal insiders revealed that the Duchess of Sussex showed negative behavior towards the staff and even allegedly forced Prince Harry to put out a statement confirming they were an item, according to an explosive excerpt in the book "In Courtiers: the Hidden Power Behind the Crown" by Valentine Low.

Conor McMenamin leaves Northern Ireland squad after historic video surfaces

Conor McMenamin was withdrawn from the Northern Ireland squad shortly before their come-from-behind Nations League victory over Kosovo after an historic video surfaced appearing to show the Glentoran winger allegedly singing a pro-IRA chant.The decision came a day after Kyle Lafferty was sent home after his club Kilmarnock opened an investigation into a video appearing to show the veteran striker allegedly using sectarian language.The Irish FA announced the decision to axe McMenamin less than an hour before kick-off in Northern Ireland’s 2-1 win at Windsor Park, also ruling him out of Tuesday’s trip to face Greece in Athens.In light of...

Meghan Markle Was Different Than Prince Harry’s Other Girlfriends – ‘She Had Her Own Opinions And Would Let People Know,’ Says Royal Author Valentine Low

Meghan Markle was completely different from Prince Harry’s other girlfriends. Meghan Was Different From Harry’s Other Girlfriends-‘She Had Her Own Opinions And Would Let People Know,’ Says Royal Author Valentine Low. That is according to royal author Valentine Low in his book entitled, ‘Courtiers: The Hidden...