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London, May 24: Prince Harry dubbed himself the "Ginger Queen" in a bowling match against Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia on Friday.
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Prince Harry's flowers, a play about infidelity, a new City restaurant and some garden sheds turned into artworks are among Muse's arts and leisure recommendations for London this weekend.
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There seems to be something in the water celebrities have been drinking lately - a fresh crop of celebrity babies will be arriving this summer.
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It was not only her lemon yellow outfit but also her baby bump that caught the attention of the guests.
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Jinny Blom , a master landscape and garden designer in the UK, has used a modest space at the Chelsea Garden show to create a rich, multi-layered garden that may also do some good.
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Police interview Wen Qi, left, a 36-year-old from Toronto, who they say was trying to sneak into Prince Harry s charity fundraiser at the Greenwich Polo Club in Greenwich, Conn., on Wednesday, May 15, 2013.
A tent is erected near the scene of an attack in Woolwich southeast London Wednesday, May, 22, 2013.
The royal went under the radar last Friday night when he slipped into a bowling alley just near Wills and Kate's Kensington Palace home with the former Aussie soap pin up.
The Chelsea Flower Show has attracted British society's upper crust by celebrating the best in British gardening for the last 100 years.
Australian states are in a scramble to attract a visit fromBritain's Prince Harry who will be visiting Sydney later this year for the Royal Australian Navy's Centenary Fleet Review.
Up to 600 Afghans who have risked their lives to act as interpreters for British troops and officials are to be handed the right to move to Britain.
Not one, but two queens have given the thumbs up to Australia's entry in the Chelsea Flower Show in London.
The duchess, who was known as Kate Middleton before her marriage to Prince William, has long established her own knowledge of etiquette and protocol, says Lady Manning, the wife of the royal couple's mentor Sir David Manning.
Queen Elizabeth II inspects grandson Prince Harry's Forget-me-not garden at the Chelsea Flower Show, with garden designer Jinny Blum.
You might not like the way I speak - but over 40 years, my accent has gone from mocked to mimicked.
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry are to perform the official opening during their visit to Tedworth House, Tidworth.