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QUEEN Elizabeth shined as she made a rare public appearance today, hosting Oman's Sultan Haitham bin Tareq and his wife at Windsor Castle.
The 95-year-old monarch has cut back on her engagements since an overnight hospital stay in October that raised fears for her health and prompted doctors to advise rest.
Buckingham Palace confirmed in a statement that she met the Sultan, 66, at her historic residence west of London, without giving further details.
The two heads of state, and Sayyida Ahad, 51, were pictured smiling and shaking hands.
The Gulf state ruler, a former culture and heritage minister who studied at Oxford University, came to power after the death of his cousin, Sultan Qaboos, last year.
He had been the Arab world's longest-serving ruler.
Read our royal family live blog for the latest news and updates…
Presenter and treasured comedian Alan Carr is to host The Royal Variety Performance in the grand Royal Albert Hall in London.
Last year’s performance was hosted by Jason Manford on December, 8, 2020.
This year’s performance will mark the 109th event making it the world’s longest running entertainment show.
The musical stars lined up to perform include chart topper Ed Sheeran, Brit Award winner James Blunt, Anne-Marie, Years and Years and Sir Rod Stewart.
Cirque du Soleil, the cast of the Matilda The Musical and The Tony award winning Moulin Rouge Musical will also deliver exclusives performance in the 2021 performance.
Germany’s The Messoudi Brothers will also make an appearance at the show to perform their remarkable hand to hand act.
The performance will also feature appearances from Grammy Award winners Elvis Costello and Gregory Porter.
Actress Keala Settle and the Some Voices choir will also come together for a performance.
Singer and TV presenter Jane McDonald and soprano singer Carly Paoli are set to sing a special duet.
And finally the night will include a slice of comedy from Judi Love, Josh Widdicome, Bill Bailey and Chris McCausland.
When the end of the second Elizabethan age ends, and the Carolinian one dawns, the monarchy could look very different.
A royal expert has said that Prince Charles will introduce a “very different” monarchy era, but he will struggle to match up with the Queen’s phenomenal reign.
Professor Anna Whitelock said: “Just by virtue of the fact that the Queen is celebrating her seventieth year next year, by virtue of her longevity, her life, what she’s lived through, what she’s seen, she’s been unmatched.
“Charles, given his own age, he’s never going to be able to surpass that, and what the Queen has seen and been through.”
She added: “I think we are in a very different, and we are going to be, in a very different era with a very different kind of monarch, and a very different kind of monarchy in the future.”
Military personnel are to be drafted in to help the NHS get Covid-19 booster jabs into arms.
The Ministry of Defence said that about 750 servicemen and women will help deliver jabs and co-ordinate the rollout in England and Scotland.
Some 600 personnel from across the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force have been made available to NHS England, delivering jabs in small teams across the country, and another 51 will help with planning, while more than 100 are assisting in Scotland, the Ministry of Defence said.
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said: “We have rapidly mobilised service personnel to work alongside our dedicated health services to accelerate the vaccine booster programme.
“Our armed forces will help to get vaccines into arms as quickly as possible as we continue our efforts to support the UK’s response to the pandemic.”
When the end of the second Elizabethan age ends, and the Carolinian one dawns, the monarchy could look very different.
A royal expert has said that Prince Charles will introduce a “very different” monarchy era, but he will struggle to match up with the Queen’s phenomenal reign.
Professor Anna Whitelock said: “Just by virtue of the fact that the Queen is celebrating her seventieth year next year, by virtue of her longevity, her life, what she’s lived through, what she’s seen, she’s been unmatched.
“Charles, given his own age, he’s never going to be able to surpass that, and what the Queen has seen and been through.”
She added: “I think we are in a very different, and we are going to be, in a very different era with a very different kind of monarch, and a very different kind of monarchy in the future.”
The Queen is expected to spend her first Christmas since Prince Philip passed away at her Sandringham estate in Norfolk surrounded by her close family – including Prince William and Kate Middleton.
That said, the expert claims Her Majesty will still make an effort to include the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – who now live in Montecito, California – in the celebrations.
Neil claimed: “There will be some gifts but it will be very formal.”
THIS is the tense moment a cop points a rifle at an alleged gunman’s head after he reportedly raided a bookies and a bank.
Cops scrambled to a street just minutes from William and Kate’s home in Kensington, West London, yesterday afternoon where the man was shot dead.
Officers were called to reports of a man with a firearm entering a bookmakers and a bank around Marloes Road in the capital yesterday.
Loud bangs were heard earlier yesterday afternoon, just yards from Kensington Palace after police were said to have fired several shots at the gunman in the back of a vehicle.
The force confirmed that despite emergency service’s best efforts, the man could not be saved and died shortly after.
EVER considered working in the Royal Household?
Well, luckily a job as the Queen's gardener has opened up and for a salary of £19,500 a year.
According to an advert on the Buckingham Palace website the role, which is based at Windsor Castle, is described as helping to 'shape the future of the gardens that thousands will admire' and will 'contribute to its unique history'.
The job offers the individual the chance to 'make their mark' on the vast royal grounds of 52,609 square metres – or 13.000 acres -and states: "Joining the Gardens team, you'll help ensure the grounds of Windsor Castle and the surrounding areas are maintained to the highest of standards."
It is a permanent role, working: "Full time, 5 days per week. Weekend working will occasionally be required."
Read more here.
It will be her first since the death of her beloved Prince Philip – who died in April at the age of 99.
The speech is likely to reflect on her dear late husband, as well as the ongoing strength of the nation during the pandemic.
She’ll be surrounded by her closest family in time for Christmas Eve, according to reports.
Palace aides are also exploring options for the monarch to appear in public over the next two weeks to wish the country a happy Christmas, reports the Mail.
The Prince of Wales has thanked volunteers and NHS staff at a vaccination centre as he saw for himself the push to deliver booster jabs to the nation.
Charles, who last week revealed he and Camilla had received their Covid-19 boosters, hailed efforts at a makeshift clinic in Kennington, south London.
He also spoke out against vaccine misinformation, saying at one point: "It is so frustrating all these nonsense conspiracy theories."
The Queen is still to make a final decision on whether to hold her traditional pre-Christmas family party next week.
Plans are fully in place for the festive lunch the monarch hosts each year for her extended family, and preparations are under way.
But it is understood the Queen is still considering whether the get-together should happen amid rising Covid cases and the surge in the Omicron variant.
The Queen, 95, is due to hold the lunch next Tuesday at Windsor Castle, where she has been staying for most of the pandemic, The Sun newspaper said.
Last year's gathering was unable to take place because of the Covid-19 crisis.
Most years, the Queen invites her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren to join her at Buckingham Palace before she departs for her annual Christmas stay at Sandringham.
Harry revealed the full extent of the brothers’ rift on a tour of South Africa in 2019.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex gave a revealing interview during the trip to ITV’s Tom Bradby.
Harry said of William: “We are certainly on different paths at the moment but I will always be there for him and I know he will always be there for me.
“We don’t see each other as much as we used to because we are so busy but I love him dearly.
“The majority of stuff is created out of nothing but as brothers, you know, you have good days, you have bad days.”
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall heard moving tales of domestic violence and poverty when they visited a foodbank.
Charles and Camilla went to Wandsworth Foodbank and hailed the work of staff and volunteers distributing food to between 100 and 120 crisis-hit households per week on average in the London Borough of Wandsworth.
The couple spoke in private to families, at St Mark’s Church in Battersea Rise, near Clapham Junction, who have received help from a team of more than 250 volunteers operating out of seven welcome centres for the foodbank, operated by the Trussell Trust.
The prince and his wife, who donated a trolley full of Waitrose Duchy Originals food to the centre, praised volunteers for helping more than 2,500 households referred by social services, schools, GPs and other agencies last year.
“Thank you so much all your fantastic efforts,” the prince told them.
Britain is facing a new wave of infections from the Omicron strain of the virus, prompting the government to impose new restrictions and warnings about social gatherings.
The Queen was last year forced to cancel her traditional pre-Christmas family party last year because of strict rules on social distancing and indoor mixing.
But according to reports, Her Majesty is still considering whether to hold the event this year, bringing together her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
QUEEN Elizabeth shined as she made a rare public appearance today, hosting Oman's Sultan Haitham bin Tareq and his wife at Windsor Castle.
The 95-year-old monarch has cut back on her engagements since an overnight hospital stay in October that raised fears for her health and prompted doctors to advise rest.
Buckingham Palace confirmed in a statement that she met the Sultan, 66, at her historic residence west of London, without giving further details.
The two heads of state, and Sayyida Ahad, 51, were pictured smiling and shaking hands.
The Gulf state ruler, a former culture and heritage minister who studied at Oxford University, came to power after the death of his cousin, Sultan Qaboos, last year.
He had been the Arab world's longest-serving ruler.
The Prince of Wales has thanked volunteers and NHS staff at a vaccination centre as he saw for himself the push to deliver booster jabs to the nation.
Charles, who last week revealed he and Camilla had received their Covid-19 boosters, hailed efforts at a makeshift clinic in Kennington, south London.
He also spoke out against vaccine misinformation, saying at one point: “It is so frustrating all these nonsense conspiracy theories.”
The Lambeth GP Federation Covid Vaccinations Walk-In Centre – housed in a church hall – has been administering 3,000 boosters a day – which is 300 an hour.
Charles gave his personal backing to some of the 127 vaccinators and 190 volunteers working shifts around the clock.
A queue snaked several hundreds metres down the street, but people waited patiently and were quickly whisked through the queues.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released their official Christmas card photograph showing their family in Jordan.
William is pictured sitting on a gold pouffe next to wife Kate, with the couple resting a hand on the other’s knee.
Prince George, eight, and Princess Charlotte, six, sit next to their parents, while three-year-old Prince Louis is sitting on what appears to be a sheepskin rug at his mother’s feet.
Kensington Palace said the photograph was taken in Jordan earlier this year, but did not say what the nature of the trip was, when exactly it took place, or who was behind the camera.
Last month, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall went on an official tour to Jordan and Egypt, where they celebrated the culture, heritage and achievements of the Middle East nations.In the photographer, the Cambridges and their children are smiling and look relaxed in casual outfits.
QUEEN Elizabeth shined as she made a rare public appearance today, hosting Oman's Sultan Haitham bin Tareq and his wife at Windsor Castle.
The 95-year-old monarch has cut back on her engagements since an overnight hospital stay in October that raised fears for her health and prompted doctors to advise rest.
Buckingham Palace confirmed in a statement that she met the Sultan, 66, at her historic residence west of London, without giving further details.
The two heads of state, and Sayyida Ahad, 51, were pictured smiling and shaking hands.
The Gulf state ruler, a former culture and heritage minister who studied at Oxford University, came to power after the death of his cousin, Sultan Qaboos, last year.
He had been the Arab world's longest-serving ruler.
This Christmas is the Queen's first since the death of her husband of 73 years, the Duke of Edinburgh.
She has only been carrying out light duties since October 20 when concerns for her health were heightened after royal doctors ordered her to rest and she spent a night in hospital undergoing tests.
The duchess has held her Yuletide gathering for 15 years but was bitterly disappointed to be forced to do it virtually last December due to Covid restrictions.
"It wasn't the same without you," she said as the doors opened and the youngsters came in one by one.
She added: "It's just magical to have them here. Such a special, special event for me. It makes my year."
Capt Andersen invited 10-year-old Nathan Best from Banbury, Oxfordshire, to pick a decoration, before putting it on his sword and placing it on the tree.
Camilla said: "This is Ed here. He's going to help you decorate the tree. And if you ask really nicely, he might let you try on his bearskin."
The Duchess of Cornwall has hosted her annual Christmas tree-decorating gathering for seriously-ill children at Clarence House.
Camilla was joined by youngsters and families supported by Helen & Douglas House and Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity at her London home on Wednesday.
She spoke of how the "joy of getting you all back again this year is wonderful".
Last year's event was held by video-link because of the pandemic.
The duchess told her guests: "I didn't think it was going to happen. It was up and down but thank goodness you all decided to come."
She added: "I just really wanted to wish you all a very, very happy Christmas."
Presenter and treasured comedian Alan Carr is to host The Royal Variety Performance in the grand Royal Albert Hall in London.
Last year's performance was hosted by Jason Manford on December, 8, 2020.
This year's performance will mark the 109th event making it the world’s longest running entertainment show.
The musical stars lined up to perform include chart topper Ed Sheeran, Brit Award winner James Blunt, Anne-Marie, Years and Years and Sir Rod Stewart.
Cirque du Soleil, the cast of the Matilda The Musical and The Tony award winning Moulin Rouge Musical will also deliver exclusives performance in the 2021 performance.
Germany’s The Messoudi Brothers will also make an appearance at the show to perform their remarkable hand to hand act.
The performance will also feature appearances from Grammy Award winners Elvis Costello and Gregory Porter.
Actress Keala Settle and the Some Voices choir will also come together for a performance.
Singer and TV presenter Jane McDonald and soprano singer Carly Paoli are set to sing a special duet.
And finally the night will include a slice of comedy from Judi Love, Josh Widdicome, Bill Bailey and Chris McCausland.
The performance will take place on December, 19, 2021 from 7:20pm.
The evening will feature world class performers, theatre, incredible singers and top tier British comedy.
The acts will perform in the presence of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
SIR LEWIS HAMILTON has received his knighthood from Prince Charles at Windsor Castle.
The Formula One star, 36, received the honour for his services to Motorsport.
And he was joined at the investiture by his mother Carmen Larbalestier, who posed proudly for a photograph alongside her son after the ceremony.
Sir Lewis has won the F1 world title a record-equalling seven times, and narrowly missed out on an eighth in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.
But Hamilton does boast the record amount of Grand Prix wins, with 103.
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