British Royal Family news in the GALA ticker: Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice want to make peace with the Sussexes +++ Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry didn’t want a thunderstorm of light bulbs during a visit spectacular in the restaurant.
Royal News 2022 in the GALA ticker
July 21, 2022
Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice want to settle their differences with the Sussexes
Indeed, Princess Eugenie, 32, and Princess Beatrice, 33, are the second in the royal family. But the two sisters currently play a key role in the royal structure – without causing a stir. Your job isn’t easy: You’ve made it your mission to bring Prince Harry, 37, and Duchess Meghan, 40, back into the Windsors’ fold. An honorable mission seen with benevolence by royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams: “I suspect that the York sisters’ good relationship with Harry and Meghan will greatly benefit the monarchy. It is perhaps a relief that we do not know the details, but cracks heal better in silence.” “, he told the Express.
The relationship between the daughters of Prince Andrew, 62, and Sarah Ferguson, 62, with the cousin living in the United States and his wife is considered cordial. It wasn’t until 2021 that Eugenie visited the couple at their new home in California and was spotted with Harry at the Superbowl. At the service of thanksgiving to mark the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth, 96, in early June 2022, the Sussexes took their places alongside the York sisters and their husbands and exchanged warm greetings. Eugenie then posted a series of photos from the religious event at St. Paul’s Cathedral. One of the photos shows her cousin laughing with her sweetheart Jack Brooksbank, 36. The 32-year-old appears to be driving the Sussex effort, even in front of her sister. She is also credited with helping to encourage the couple’s attendance at the platinum anniversary celebrations, as Fitzwilliams reports: “There was a tremendous amount of work going on behind the scenes that we don’t know about. The Princess Eugenie, who gets on well with them, was most likely involved.”
July 20, 2022
Duchess Meghan + Prince Harry: A brutal photo ad destabilizes restaurant customers
They were the center of attention, but they didn’t want it to be so intrusive during their dinner in New York: Duchess Meghan, 40, and Prince Harry, 37, took the most prominent place after their thrilling appearance at the United Nations. in New York Table at the restaurant of Hollywood star Robert De Niro, 78, seated. But his meal at the “Locanda Verde” should not be saved for eternity according to his will. For this reason, security forces warned other guests against rash actions upon arrival. They would be asked ‘to leave’ if they were to take pictures of the Royal Family, was the harsh headline announcement as soon as they entered the popular bar.
The Sussexes seemed very relaxed and quite sociable during their dinner together. “There happened to be a birthday party at the table next to them,” a source told Page Six, adding, “Meghan approached them with Harry and said, ‘ I wish you a happy birthday”.” Rudely informed guests “They were all amazed and just said, ‘Thank you. ricotta made with Sardinian sheep’s milk, steak tartare and ravioli. . After this exciting day, they also enjoyed a glass of red wine, undoubtedly the best variety.
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July 19, 2022
Lunch with Sarah Ferguson: David and Victoria Beckham enjoy the “Dolce Vita” in Italy
British high society is currently vacationing on the Amalfi Coast. David Beckham, 47, and his wife Victoria Beckham, 48, and Sarah Ferguson, 62, are currently relaxing on the beautiful Italian coast. The Beckhams have long been known to be close friends of the royal family – so it’s no surprise the football star and his family gathered for lunch with ex-wife Prince Andrews, 62.
The celebrity couple and Ferguson broke into the luxury restaurant Lo Scologio. Photos captured the moment David and Victoria said goodbye to the Duchess of York. David tenderly wrapped an arm around the 62-year-old before kissing her on the cheek. Sarah returned the gesture with a kiss and a gentle caress on the hand. Victoria Beckham also kissed her friend goodbye on the cheek before returning to her hotel, according to paparazzi reports.
July 18, 2022
Duchess Catherine and Prince William: Their dog chose the name of their first-born
Prince George will celebrate his 9th birthday on July 22, 2022. Will his parents tell him then how his first name was born? Well, no one would question the election at first. Shortly after Cambridge’s first scion was born, it became clear where his three first names came from: King George VI., †56, the father of Queen Elizabeth, 96, is the godfather of the first name of the great-great-grandson. It is believed that Alexander was chosen by the couple to honor the Queen herself, whose middle name is Alexandra. Louis is a tribute to Prince Philip, †99, whose grandfather was Prince Louis Alexander von Battenberg. But before his birth, the name of the first child of the future heir to the throne was apparently not yet certain.
As palace insiders have claimed, according to royal expert Katie Nicholl, the expectant parents didn’t even know the gender of their baby until birth. “And close friends of the couple say William wanted a surprise.” Catherine, on the other hand, is said to have developed an idea of whether she was going to give birth to a boy or a girl during her pregnancy. She assumed “it was a boy and hung her heart on the name of Alexander”. But she didn’t want to make a decision yet. The domestic dog Lupo then helped, as reported by “The Times”. The Cambridges reportedly wrote the three names under consideration on separate pieces of paper and laid them out upstairs in the house. The faithful four-legged friend was then said to be free to choose a piece of paper, and his guess is thought to have fallen on George. A story that the young bearer of the name should undoubtedly love madly.
Princess Beatrice: Before the “yes” with Edo, she broke a great royal tradition
Before Princess Beatrice, 33, and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, were allowed to walk down the aisle in 2020, they unexpectedly had to exercise patience. Her large-scale dream wedding, scheduled for May 29, was initially canceled due to the corona pandemic. But then the couple surprised on July 17 with a wedding in the closest family circle at Windsor Castle. Atypical for a royal like Beatrice, but despite everything, given the circumstances, traditionally in the presence of Queen Elizabeth, 96, Prince Philip, †99, her parents Prince Andrew, 62, and Sarah Ferguson, 62, her sister Eugenie, 32, with husband Jack Brooksbank, 36, and other close relatives. Slightly unusual, but utterly charming that day was the appearance of Christopher aka “Wolfie”, 6, Edoardo’s son from the relationship with Dara Huang, 38, as a witness. Far more outrageous, however, is the break with tradition the couple committed hours before the wedding.
Beatrice and Edoardo reportedly spent the night before their big day together, according to the Daily Mail. A decision that has undoubtedly caused the astonishment of more than one royal. Family members aren’t the only ones who find it appropriate to separate as married couples before marriage. It’s an age-old tradition that many brides and grooms still follow today. Prince Harry, 37, and Duchess Meghan, 40, also joined. The American stayed with her mother, Doria Ragland, 65, the day before their wedding at Cliveden House Hotel, a luxury country hotel about nine miles north of Windsor. Duchess Catherine, 40, stayed at the Goring Hotel in London with her mother Carole Middleton, 67, and sister Pippa, 38, the day before the wedding. Beatrice, however, has a good excuse: in times of a global pandemic, her desire to be close to her destiny should have been completely understandable. After all, like many others, the couple had already formed an isolation community in the weeks before. And as the saying goes: new times call for new paths.
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Sources used: dailymail.co.uk, thetimes.co.uk, pagesix.com