UK's Prince Harry warns photographers over paparazzi shots: Sky News
Tuesday, 21 January 2020 Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have issued a warning over harassment by paparazzi photographers after agreeing to give up their royal duties to start their new life in Canada, according to Sky News.
A serious rift developed between William and Harry when the younger brotherwas pictured in a Nazi costume, according to a new book. The siblings went toMaud’s Cotswold Costumes in January 2005 and chose an animal outfit forWilliam and, for Harry, a khaki-coloured uniform, in which the young duke wasphotographed while displaying an armband with a swastika. The response to theincident prompted Harry to reconsider his older brother’s involvement and thediffering treatments of the pair, noted royal biographer Robert Lacey claimsin Battle of Brothers, which is being serialised in the Daily Mail.
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The Duke of Cambridge says there there are just 10 years “to fundamentally fixour planet” and expressed hope his environmental Earthshot Prize will “drive adecade of change”. William sees his ambitious project as a means to turnaroundpessimism in the planet’s future with global recognition and £50 million inprize money for ideas and technologies that safeguard the environment. Theduke told Sky News: “According to the experts, it really is the point of noreturn. We have 10 years to fundamentally fix our planet.”
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