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Andrew's, are smitten kittens. So, like any couple, their first baby is just making everything feel more like "happily ever after." People 's Chief foreign correspondent Simon Perry recounted the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge 's trip to Scotland
That's Mars bars?' Philip enquired. 'I thought it was something else!' Undeterred the factory's longest-serving staff member told him innocently: 'It was all done by hand then.' To which the flirty nonagenarian replied: 'Well, most stripping is done
Queen visits Baker Street for London Tube anniversary 20 March 2013 Last updated at 09:47 ET The Queen has visited Baker Street Underground station to celebrate the Tube's 150th anniversary, her first public engagement in more than a week. The Duke
March 9, 2013 In the first episode of the FX spy drama The Americans, which airs Wednesdays at 10, Welsh actor Matthew Rhys was caught in a lengthy foot chase. However long it seemed on screen, though, was nowhere near as long as it felt in real life
Not because they're a fairly harmless bunch with a lot more in common with each other than most families, but because of an accident during Jamie's childhood in which a mysterious old woman cursed him never to write a bad word about Prince Phillip
Everyone Runs Around Like 'Cut Off Chickens' Posted: 02/21/2013 4:28 am Follow share this story Note: Do not read on if you have yet to see Season 1, Episode 4 of "The Americans," titled "In Control."...This week, the Jennings were set into motion as
A spokesperson for the hospital said the visit of the duke had been "hugely motivational". The 91-year-old royal, who called himself "the world's most experienced curtain puller", was said to be in a "jovial" mood during the visit and asked when the
In a statement released this afternoon, Davis said Philip Davis, 22, had been arrested in Plymouth, N.H. Like many families that struggle with substance abuse, we are reaching out to experts to get Philip the help he needs, Davis said in a statement.
Speedy Philip Young and Paul Brace shaved more than three days off the previous record for the route, crossing the finish line at Marble Arch at 5.30pm yesterday, just 10 days, 13 hours and 30 minutes after they set off from the South African city.
The 91-year-old Duke of Edinburgh left a policeman chuckling yesterday as he walked to church in Sandringham, Norfolk. No-one was near enough to hear what he said, but Prince Philip appeared to be back to his playful best after having suffered bout