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|Prince Harry to attend annual Army vs Navy rugby match in Twickenham as Invictus Games patron|
Added: 24.04.2017 16:16 | 6 views | 0 comments
Prince Harry will attend the Army Navy match at Twickenham on Saturday as Patron of the Invictus Games Foundation.
|Runner douses Prince William with water during London Marathon as Kate watches|
Added: 23.04.2017 18:24 | 11 views | 0 comments
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were on hand for Sunday’s annual running of the London Marathon, where the couple was joined by Prince Harry to cheer on runners from the sidelines.
|Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince Harry Are the Cutest Cheerleaders at London Marathon|
Added: 23.04.2017 16:39 | 17 views | 0 comments
Go, team, go!
Amid heightened security, Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince Harry were the cutest cheerleaders at the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon Sunday.
|Princes William and Harry: We didn't talk about mom's death|
Added: 23.04.2017 3:19 | 3 views | 0 comments
Prince William and Prince Harry admitted in a new video with Duchess Kate that they didn’t discuss their mother’s death growing up
|Kate Middleton Talks to Prince William and Prince Harry About Princess Diana's Death|
Added: 21.04.2017 21:38 | 12 views | 0 comments
Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is broaching a tough subject.
In a new film for the #oktosay series of their joint Heads Together mental health campaign, the trio of royals sat...
|Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry in frank talk on mental health in the grounds of Kensington Palace|
Added: 21.04.2017 14:10 | 8 views | 0 comments
A new film featuring The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry has been released today as part of the Heads Together campaign's #oktosay series.
|Princes open up about Diana for mental health campaign|
Added: 21.04.2017 13:49 | 30 views | 0 comments
Prince William, Prince Harry and the Duchess of Cambridge spoke frankly about Diana's death.
|5 reasons why it's so important for our mental health to discuss grief|
Added: 21.04.2017 13:13 | 22 views | 0 comments
This week, Prince Harry said bottling up his emotions following the death of his mother led him to the brink of breakdown. Here, grief expert David James Lees discusses why it's so important to talk after losing a loved one
|Damian Lewis: I'm a Minority in the Acting Business|
Added: 20.04.2017 19:38 | 26 views | 0 comments
Damian Lewis doesn't accept there is a class issue within the acting industry in England.
There has been much criticism in the past 12 months that too many stars of the stage and screen are white, middle-class and privately educated, however, 'Homeland' star Lewis - who was a student at English all-boys boarding school Eton College, whose previous students include Prince William and Prince Harry - insists that's not the case.
In fact, Lewis insists that his background makes him as much of a "minority" as anyone else in the business.
In an interview with The Guardian newspaper, he said: "A handful of actors from privileged backgrounds have done very well and of course that's high-profile news. But wherever I work, as an actor educated at Eton, I'm still always in a minority. What is true and always rewarding about the acting profession is that everyone has a similar story about being in a minority, from whatever background."
According to research by the Sutton Trust more than 42 per cent of all British BAFTA winners went to private schools compared to just 25 per cent who went to comprehensive schools.
'X Men' star James McAvoy spoke to the New Statesman magazine in February this year about his concerns about the "damaging" situation he is seeing with his own eyes.
The Scottish actor said: "That's a frightening world to live in because as soon as you get one tiny pocket of society creating all the arts, or culture starts to become representative not of everybody but of one tiny part. That's not fair to being with, but it's also damaging for society."
However, 'Harry Potter' actor Michael Gambon disagrees with McAvoy's appraisal and believes the more old Etonians and other privately taught actors are in the business the better.
He said: "The more old Etonians the better I think. The two or three who are playing at the moment are geniuses aren't they? The more geniuses you get the better. It's to do with being actors and wanting to do it; it's nothing to do with where they come from."
|Prince Harry on grief over mother's death|
Added: 20.04.2017 19:19 | 1 views | 0 comments
Prince Harry reveals he spent 20 years trying not to think about his mother, Princess Diana.
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