HBO Max is delaying a new cartoon series mocking Britain’s royal family after the death of Queen Elizabeth II’s husband Prince Philip.
Prince Charles, 72, has been sharing a sweet childhood photograph of himself with Prince Philip on a boating trip to thank royal fans who sent sympathy notes to him.
Odds are high for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to name their daughter Philippa.
The Prince of Wales may be suffering from dactylitis, which causes inflammation of the finger and toe joints.
The creators of the upcoming £5 million cartoon series The Prince have postponed the show's release after the Duke of Edinburgh's death on April 9 at the age of 99.
Satire reportedly features an unflattering portrayal of the late Duke of Edinburgh
Prince Charles, 72, paid tribute to his father Prince Philip in a video message marking the end of Ramadan and said that like so many families, his own will also have an 'empty seat at their table.'
Prince Philip is survived by the queen and their four children — Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward — as well as eight grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills, founder of the British Monarchists Society, spoke to the Daily Star and claimed 'no nonsense' Princess Anne should be offered Prince Harry and Prince Philip's patronages.
Harry also did not try to make amends with his father whom he still hasn't forgiven for not taking his calls during Megxit.
One name is currently a frontrunner when it comes to betting odds, with UK gambling site Ladbrokes revealing Philippa is now the most popular prediction following Prince Philip's death last month.
Prince Charles also recently met the staff of St. Barts Hospital, who had cared for his father weeks before his death last month.