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London CNN —Catherine, Princess of Wales is to take part the Trooping the Colour celebration on Saturday - the King’s official birthday parade - in what will be her first public appearance since revealing her cancer diagnoses. The Princess of Wales - also known as Kate - will watch the rest of the parade with her family nearby, and is expected to join fellow royals on the balcony. The event - one of the highlights of the royal calendar - is a tradition marking the official birthday of the British sovereign for more than 260 years. Britain’s Kings and Queens have doubled up on their festivities since the 18th century, holding both a public celebration – the official birthday – and a more private event on the real date. Three of the British Army’s horses which bolted across in London in April have returned to duty and are expected to take part in this weekend’s birthday parade.
Persons: London CNN — Catherine, Princess, , ” King Charles III, Britain’s, King George II, Charles III, George, King Charles, Ascot landau, Queen Camilla . Three Organizations: London CNN, Guard’s, Queens Locations: Wales, London, Buckingham Palace, British, Britain’s Kings, Ascot
Catherine, Princess of Wales, appeared in public on Saturday for the first time since her cancer diagnosis, smiling while riding in a carriage with her three children, as she took part in a ceremonial parade to celebrate the birthday of her father-in-law, King Charles III. Crowds gathered in central London to watch as the princess and her family participated in an event full of military tradition, music and pageantry, dampened only slightly by a light rain. “I am making good progress, but as anyone going through chemotherapy will know, there are good days and bad days,” Catherine, 42, said in a statement released to the media. “On those bad days you feel weak, tired and you have to give in to your body resting,” she added. “But on the good days, when you feel stronger, you want to make the most of feeling well.”
Persons: Catherine, Princess of Wales, King Charles III ., King Charles, , ” Catherine Locations: London
Kensington Palace has released the first photograph of Kate Middleton since her cancer diagnosis. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementKensington Palace has released the first official photograph of Kate Middleton nearly four months after she announced that she has cancer. The photograph, taken of Kate at home in Windsor, was shared by the official Kensington Palace social media accounts. It came alongside an announcement from Kate that she will attend the 2024 Trooping the Colour on Saturday.
Persons: Kate Middleton, Princess, Wales, , Kate Organizations: Service Locations: Kensington, Windsor
London CNN —Catherine, Princess of Wales, has said she is making “good progress” in her recovery from cancer, and will make her first public appearance in months at the King’s official birthday celebration on Saturday. “I am making good progress, but as anyone going through chemotherapy will know, there are good days and bad days,” the Princess, who is often known as Kate, said in a personal message released on Friday. But on the good days, when you feel stronger, you want to make the most of feeling well.”“My treatment is ongoing and will be for a few more months,” Kate wrote. It represents a significant moment in the Princess’s recovery, marking her first public appearance since Christmas Day – weeks before her cancer diagnosis. Neither royal has specified the type of cancer they are receiving treatment for, or revealed details about their progress.
Persons: London CNN — Catherine, Princess of Wales, Catherine, King Charles III’s, Kate, , ” Kate, , William, Charles, Prince William, King Charles III Organizations: London CNN Locations: Buckingham, Kensington, Windsor, , France
Catherine, the Princess of Wales, said on Friday that she planned to take part in a parade on Saturday marking the birthday of King Charles III, a tentative return to the public stage after confirming in March that she was being treated for cancer. The news, which Catherine released in a highly personal six-paragraph statement, reflected both the progress she has made since she was first hospitalized for abdominal surgery last January and the long road to recovery she still faces. “I am making good progress, but as anyone going through chemotherapy will know, there are good days and bad days,” Catherine wrote. “On those bad days you feel weak, tired and you have to give in to your body resting,” the princess said. “But on the good days, when you feel stronger, you want to make the most of feeling well.”
Persons: Catherine, Princess, King Charles III, ” Catherine, Locations: Wales
London CNN —King Charles III was in his element this week as he celebrated a very special moment for his foundation at St. James’s Palace in London. On Tuesday, the 75-year-old monarch attended the inaugural awards of his King’s Foundation, so we thought, why not take our Royal News readers along with us? Now, to rewind for just a moment – King Charles set up the charity back in 1990 when he was still the Prince of Wales. King’s Foundation chief executive Kristina Murrin told CNN that the charity is underpinned by the monarch’s philosophy of working in concert with nature to “build sustainable thriving communities.”King Charles III presents the Harmony Award to Ban Ki-moon, left, the former United Nations secretary-general, at the King's Foundation awards. King Charles III smells a wool sample at the King's Foundation awards.
Persons: London CNN — King Charles III, James’s, King Charles, Prince of Wales, Kristina Murrin, ” King Charles III, Ban, Kirsty Wigglesworth, ” Murrin, Rod Stewart, Penny Lancaster, David Beckham, Sienna Miller, Edward Enninful, Naomi Campbell, Raymond Blanc, King Charles III, we’ve, , Charles, King, Alan Titchmarsh, , Isabelle Pennington, I’d, Beckham, “ we’ll, Murrin Organizations: CNN’s Royal, London CNN, Foundation, Royal News, King’s Foundation, CNN, United Nations, King's Foundation, Dumfries House, King Charles III Harmony, UN, Pipers, National Piping Centre, Rock Choir, King’s, England, Royal Locations: London, St, United Kingdom, Korean, James’s, Edmead, Caribbean, Germany, Iceland
Kate Middleton will attend the 2024 Trooping the Colour parade in London on Saturday. The celebration in honor of King Charles' official birthday is Kate's first royal event in 2024. AdvertisementKate Middleton is set to attend her first royal event in 2024 this weekend, she announced on Instagram. The Princess of Wales will join other senior members of the British royal family, including King Charles III and Queen Camilla, at Trooping the Colour on Saturday. The annual event marks the sovereign's official birthday.
Persons: Kate Middleton, King Charles, she's, , King Charles III, Queen Camilla, Kate Organizations: Service, Business Locations: London, Wales
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Cloud computing is gaining tractionCloud computing offers on-demand services, from storage to software, over the internet. And the fashion industry has gradually been waking up to the potential of cloud computing. In her report, "Fashion Transformation 4.0: Beyond Digitalization & Marketing in Fashion Industry," she said that the fashion industry must embrace new technologies in order to survive. "Fashion is a terribly old-fashioned industry," Alies ter Kuile, the cofounder of Fashion Cloud, said. With cloud computing, retailers can avoid overbuying stock — a key driver of fashion's textile-waste problem.
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Taylor Swift performs at Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium on June 07, 2024 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Swift's Eras World Tour plays 15 dates across Scotland, Wales and England in June and August. And the financial boost to both the city and the entire country is expected to be seismic too, with Swift's Eras Tour set to add an estimated £1 billion ($1.27 billion) to the British economy, according to research from U.K. bank Barclays. Swift's Eras World Tour plays 15 dates across Scotland, Wales and England in June and August. Fans enjoy Taylor Swift's performance during The Eras Tour at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood Monday, Aug. 7, 2023.
Persons: Taylor Swift, Gareth Cattermole, Taylor, It's, Swift, Allen J Organizations: Scottish Gas Murrayfield, Getty, British Geological Survey, Barclays, Edinburgh's Murrayfield, Scotland, Los Angeles Times Locations: Edinburgh, Scotland, Wales, England, Inglewood
Ilene Prusher Jordana MillerBut something about this year’s Jerusalem International Writers Festival, which was held late last month, was off. The festival’s artistic director, Julia Fermentto-Tzaisler, thought about whether the beloved book festival should happen this year at all. A shadow over the literary worldExamples abound of how fallout from the ongoing war is casting a shadow over the literary world. To be sure, these are not the only cancelations the literary world has experienced related to the war; nor are Jewish writers the only ones who have faced controversy. From the start of this war, it seems I’m much more therapist than writer,” she read in a lilting Hebrew.
Persons: Prusher Jordana Miller, Julia Fermentto, , , Baillie Gifford, Suzanne Nossel, , Nicholas Kristof, Miriam Libicki, they’re, Sir Simon Schama —, Benjamin Netanyahu, , John Irving, Covid, Tzaisler, Harry Potter, Noya Dan, Eshkol Nevo, I’m Organizations: Florida Atlantic University, CNN, Jerusalem CNN, Writers, PEN America, PEN, AP, New York Times, Jerusalem Writers, soccer, European Championship, Columbia University, Hay Locations: Jerusalem, Gaza, Israel, Hay, Wye, Wales, Vancouver, Scotland, Europe, British, Iraq, Iraqi
Pa Images | Getty ImagesLONDON — British technology executives and entrepreneurs want the next government to focus on promoting skills around the development and use of artificial intelligence and growth-oriented fiscal measures. Upskilling in an AI ageOne thing U.K. tech executives are pushing for is fostering innovation in artificial intelligence and cultivating citizens' grasp on AI-centric skills — across multiple generations. Last month, dozens of business executives, entrepreneurs, and investors signed an open letter stating their support for Labour in the upcoming election. Leon Neal | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesSignatories included several influential names in the world of U.K. tech: Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, Founders Forum co-founder Jonathan Goodwin, and Atom Bank CEO Mark Mullen. Tech bosses CNBC spoke with found themselves unable to point to specific policies and plans from either of the main political parties.
Persons: Rishi Sunak, Sir Keir Starmer, Keir Starmer, Zahra, Salesforce, Einstein, Astro, Matthew Houlihan, Rachel Reeves, Angela Rayner, Leon Neal, Jimmy Wales, Jonathan Goodwin, Mark Mullen, Sunak, Liz Truss, Jeremy Hunt, Danny Lawson, Rishi Khosla, Khosla Organizations: Conservatives, Labour Party, LONDON, it's, Labour, CNBC, Innovation, Cisco, coy, Centre, Getty, Founders Forum, Atom Bank, BAE Systems, Tech Locations: Downing, Salesforce's, Europe, Purfleet, United Kingdom, Ukraine, British, Barrow, Furness, England
CNN —Sardinia, Italy (CNN) – Uruguay at the 1950 World Cup. Cameroon at the 1990 World Cup. Lewandowski celebrates scoring his team's second goal during the Qatar 2022 World Cup Group C match against Saudi Arabia at the Education City Stadium in Al-Rayyan, west of Doha on November 26, 2022. “I think we are playing good football [and] we know that we are not the favourites in the group stage. “They were fighting [a] similar situation before the World Cup and they were so close and now they did it,” he said.
Persons: Robert Lewandowski, CNN’s Sport’s Amanda Davies, Valeriy Bondar, Adam Nurkiewicz, Fernando Santos, , Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys, Alex Caparros, who’ll, , , Austria –, Lewandowski, Andrej Isakovic, Boris Streubel, Gerd Müller’s, He’ll, Kylian, wasn’t, , he’ll, Andriy Shevchenko, Joosep Martinson, you’ve Organizations: CNN, , Cameroon, Globe Soccer, Stadion Narodowy, La Liga, FC Barcelona, Real Sociedad, Estadi, Wales, France, eventual, Portugal, Saudi, Education City, Getty, Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich, Bayern, League, Austria, Kylian Mbappé’s, Champions League, Ukrainian, PGE, Russia, Qatar, Sergiy, Iceland, Romania Locations: Sardinia, Italy, – Uruguay, Greece, Poland, Ukraine, Warsaw, Europe, Michał, Moldova, Albania, Barcelona, Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Austria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Al, Doha, AFP, Dortmund, Berlin, German, Poland’s, Kylian Mbappé’s France, Russia, Slovakia, Belgium
That information was later linked to hospital and mortality records on the development of cardiovascular risk factors. Ultraprocessed foods made from plants increased the risk of cardiovascular disease by 5% while increasing the risk of early death by 13%, the study found. “Plant-based meat alternatives make up only 0.5% of all the plant-based ultraprocessed foods included in this paper,” Scarborough said in a statement. Over half of the plant-based ultraprocessed foods studied in the paper were packaged breads, pastries, buns, cakes and cookies. Many ultraprocessed foods are plant-based, but that does not make them healthy, experts say.
Persons: Duane Mellor, ” Mellor, , Renata Levy, University of São Paulo, Fernanda Rauber, ” Rauber, Peter Scarborough, ” Scarborough, Tom Sanders Organizations: CNN, Aston Medical School, Nutrition, Health, University of São, Nupens, University of Oxford, , King’s College London Locations: Birmingham, United Kingdom, Brazil, Europe, England, Scotland, Wales
CNN —A body has been found in the search for missing British TV presenter Michael Mosley in Greece, a police spokesperson said, but it needs formal identification. Mosley, who gives health advice on British media, disappeared on Wednesday after going for a walk alone on the Greek island of Symi. A body was found Sunday morning, according to Konstantia Dimoglidou, speaking on OPEN TV. On Friday, the search operation was said to be focused on the Pedi area of the island where a woman reported seeing him on Wednesday. The beach near where the body was found is not far from that area.
Persons: Michael Mosley, Mosley, Konstantia, Dimoglidou, Claire Bailey, , ” Mosley Organizations: CNN, OPEN, Foreign Office, Police, British, Daily Mail, Festival, BBC Radio, PA Media Locations: Greece, Symi, Agia Marina, Wales
Britain’s King Charles III and Queen Camilla attended the UK Ministry of Defense and the Royal British Legion’s commemorative event at the British Normandy Memorial at Ver-sur-Mer on Thursday morning. Charles — on his first trip overseas since his cancer diagnosis — is patron of the Royal British Legion and Normandy Memorial Trust. Instead, in a planned decision, Prince William will represent Britain’s royal family. The optics of seeing the Prince of Wales instead of his father will not be lost on those within the royal household. A royal source told CNN that it was considered a step too far at this stage but that the monarch was delighted the Prince of Wales was representing the nation.
Persons: Britain’s King Charles III, Queen Camilla, Charles —, Prince William, Prince, Wales, King Charles, , Organizations: UK Ministry of Defense, Royal British, Royal British Legion, CNN Locations: Normandy, Ver, France, Omaha Beach
CNN —British journalist, writer and doctor Michael Mosley, who popularized a type of intermittent fasting known as the 5:2 diet, has gone missing on the Greek island of Symi. A search operation is underway after his wife reported him missing on Thursday morning, Reuters reported, citing local police officials. The television doctor – known for UK documentary shows such as Channel 4’s “Michael Mosley: Who Made Britain Fat?” and the BBC’s “Trust Me, I’m A Doctor” – was last seen early afternoon local time on Wednesday heading out for a walk. The 67-year-old broadcaster has also appeared on British factual entertainment programmes such as BBC’s “The One Show” and ITV’s “This Morning,” and has been a columnist for British newspaper the Daily Mail. The father of four deliberately infested himself with parasites to learn more about them for BBC’s 2014 programme “Infested!
Persons: Michael Mosley, , ” –, ” Mosley Organizations: CNN, Reuters, Media, British, Daily Mail, Festival, BBC Radio, PA Media Locations: British, Symi, Wales
CNN —Ben, the French artist best known for his irreverent approach to modern art, has died aged 88, taking his own life hours after the death of his wife, his family said in a statement Wednesday. Annie Vautier, Ben’s wife, died at 3 a.m. on Wednesday, having suffered a stroke on Monday, the Vautier family said in a statement posted to the Facebook page of the family gallery. “Unwilling and unable to live without her, Ben killed himself a few hours later at their home,” in the south of France, the artist’s family announced. Ben poses next to one of his art works during his exhibition 'Strip-tease integral' at the Museum of Modern Art in March 2010. His works have been exhibited around the world, from the Museum of Modern Art in New York to the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney.
Persons: CNN — Ben, Annie Vautier, , Ben, , Eva, Francois, Naive Arts Anatole Jakovsky, Clement Mahoudeau, Benjamin Vautier, Robert Pratta Organizations: CNN, Naive Arts, Getty, Museum of Modern Art, Palace, Art, New, Centre Pompidou Locations: France, Nice, AFP, Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Egypt, New York, New South Wales, Sydney, Paris
On Thursday morning, King Charles and Queen Camilla attended the UK Ministry of Defence and the Royal British Legion’s commemorative event at the British Normandy Memorial at Ver-sur-Mer. King Charles and Queen Camilla were joined by French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron at the British Normandy Memorial. Corbis/Getty Images British troops reach the shore in the early morning. Germans rained mortars and artillery down on Allied troops, killing many before they could even get out of their boats. U.S. Army Injured American soldiers wait to be moved to a field hospital after storming Omaha Beach.
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The Sydney Opera House Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Gallo Images | Brand X Pictures | Getty ImagesAsia-Pacific stocks rose as hopes for rate cuts by the European Central Bank boosted market sentiment, while major indexes in the U.S. hit fresh highs overnight. The European Central Bank this week appears set to cut borrowing costs for the euro area for the first time since September 2019. In Australia, the S&P/ASX 200 inched up 0.12%, ahead of its trade data for April. Futures for Hong Kong's Hang Seng index stood at 18,396, pointing to a weaker open compared to the HSI's close of 18,424.96.
Organizations: Sydney Opera House, Getty, European Central Bank, Japan's Nikkei Locations: Sydney Opera House Sydney , New South Wales, Australia, Asia, Pacific, U.S
Just ask Black rugby player and England international Sadia Kabeya, who says a lack of cultural and ethnic diversity in her sport took a toll on her identity. Representation mattersA 2020 report by Sport England showed that the participation share of White British adults in rugby union was more than 90%, 8.2% higher than the national population share. A lack of diversity in the sport in England is also reflected in the demographics of rugby audiences. Kabeya is particularly passionate about the topic of Black rugby players’ hair. Its significance runs deep, given the historical links between Black hair and identity and also resistance.
Persons: Kabeya, , , ” Kabeya, Maud Muir, Lucy Packer, David Rogers, you’re, White, ” “, ” Jatin Patel, weren’t, Luther Burrell, Burrell, ” Patel, Ashton Hewitt –, , ” Hewitt, Hewitt, Tyler Miller, Liam Scott, Scott, Mike Hewitt, Patel, George Floyd Organizations: CNN — Elite, England, CNN Sport, Rugby Football Union, RFU, Rugby, Rugby Players Association, Nations, Richmond Women, CNN, Six Nations, Getty, Loughborough Lightning, Sport England, Diversity, Daily Mail, Newcastle Falcons, Dragons, United Rugby, Leinster, rugby, Ireland, Twickenham, Pictures Locations: , England, London, Richmond, Wales, Dublin, Black
Few hotels are as synonymous with old world grandeur and colonial architecture as the Raffles Hotel Singapore — the hotel of choice for the city-state's visiting elite since it first opened in 1887. Built upon three hectares near the city's Central Business District, the hotel is itself a tourist attraction. Visitors stop to photograph its ornate façade or to sip a Singapore Sling at the drink's birthplace, the hotel's Long Bar. But half of the hotel is reserved for guests only, said Managing Director Christian Westbeld. Watch the full video to see more of Raffles Hotel Singapore.
Persons: Rudyard Kipling, Catherine , Princess, Christian Westbeld Organizations: Raffles Hotel, Central Business District, Sling, CNBC Locations: Raffles Hotel Singapore, Wales
London CNN —Soccer icon David Beckham exchanged beekeeping tips with King Charles, he said, when the pair met ahead of the former England captain being named ambassador for The King’s Foundation. Beckham met the King at Highgrove Gardens in the Cotswolds, England, where he also met students of the King’s Foundation, who practice skills such as woodworking and embroidery in specialized workshops on site. In his work with The King’s Foundation, Beckham will be hoping to spread awareness of the charity’s mission. The King’s Foundation was originally called The Prince’s Foundation, and came into existence after a number of Charles’ charitable projects merged into one group in 2018. Beckham visited students at the Snowdon School of Furniture, one of The King's Foundation's specialist workshops.
Persons: David Beckham, King Charles, Beckham, King, ” Beckham, Beckham ”, Charles ’, Courtney Louise, Michael Fawcett, Mahfouz Marei Mubarak bin Mahfouz, Charles, Prince, Wales Organizations: London CNN — Soccer, The King’s Foundation, King’s Foundation, CNN’s Royal, Foundation, Netflix, Snowdon School of Furniture, King's, British Empire, , London’s Metropolitan Police Locations: England, Highgrove, Cotswolds, British
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. AdvertisementKing Charles, then Prince of Wales, and Prince Andrew, Duke of York in 2017. But as things stand, life at Royal Lodge is set to become increasingly cold and uncomfortable for the duke." Some royal insiders, the newspaper noted, have dubbed the standoff between the brothers "the siege of Royal Lodge." AdvertisementRepresentatives for the King and the Duke of York did not respond to a request for comment from Business Insider sent outside regular working hours.
Persons: , King Charles, Duke, York, Jeffrey Epstein, King, Andrew, Prince of Wales, Prince Andrew , Duke, Max Mumby, Duchess of Sussex, Virginia Giuffre, Epstein, Queen Elizabeth, Mother, Sarah Ferguson, Sarah, Charles won't, turfing Organizations: Service, Prince, Times, Business, British, The Times, Business Insider Locations: London, Royal, Windsor Great Park, Windsor Castle, Windsor, Virginia
It displays a carefully curated selection of work by renowned royal photographer Anwar Hussein, 85, who started snapping Diana when she was 19. “At first, some told me ‘you can’t do pictures of royals,’” Anwar told CNN ahead of the exhibition’s launch. Diana, the late Princess of Wales attends a Vanity Fair party at the Serpentine Gallery in Nov 1994. Anwar HusseinOver the years, Anwar and his sons have taken hundreds of thousands of photos of the royal family. Would they recreate the picture of Diana there?” Zak said.
Persons: Princess Diana, Anwar Hussein, Diana, , ’ ” Anwar, Bob Marley, Elton John, Anwar’s, Samir, Zak, “ Diana, Kate, Meghan, , Charles, of Wales, Prince Charles, Anwar Hussein “, ‘ I’m, I’m, ’ ” Zak, Anwar, it’s, Diana cradling, ” Anwar, Imran, “ We’ve, ’ we’ve, Catherine Walker, Taj, Prince William, Catherine, ” Zak, ” Samir, “ He’s Organizations: CNN’s Royal, London CNN —, CNN, Imran Khan's Cancer Locations: London, London’s, Lahore, Pakistan, India, Agra
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