The new book, Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind The Crown by Valentine Low, claims that the aides of the Duchess of Sussex – who named themselves the ‘Sussex Survivors’ Club’ after Meghan and Harry quit their roles – called her a ‘narcissistic sociopath’. The book describes the Sussexes’ deteriorating relationship with their staff – a ‘succession of... decent people’ who had believed in Meghan and ‘would have done anything’ to help the couple succeed. But it alleges that aides came to believe that Meghan’s departure was premeditated and that ‘one of [her] concerns was whether she was going to be able to make money for herself’.
Triumphant Cats players celebrate their grand final win by partying until 4.30am…with Jeremy Cameron's medal last seen hanging around the neck of a COW
Geelong star Jeremy Cameron has led the partying following the club's 81-point grand final thrashing of Sydney with his winner's medal last seen hanging around the neck of one of his cows. Such was the dominance of the Cats in their 81-point victory, commentators already remarked it was 'party time' during the third quarter - and it appears that carried on until at least 4.30am for some players.
Queen's Meghan shock: Late monarch voiced 'surprise' that divorcee Duchess wanted to wear a pure white wedding dress - and also ticked her off for chastising kitchen worker, new book claims
When Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, stepped back as working Royals and moved to America, William didn't just lose a brother, he lost his best friend. To this day, he cannot forgive Harry, not least because of the consequences for his wife, Kate, and for their children. KATIE NICHOLL's new book claims the late Queen was surprised by Meghan's wedding dress choice, that she had to step in and that royal brother's rift remains damaged. If the departure of the Sussexes has been hurtful and upsetting to William on a personal level, the rift between the brothers has raised fundamental questions about the responsibilities of Royalty, about its purpose and value in the modern age. And it will be down to the future King William and Queen Catherine to provide the answers.
Harry's memoir U-TURN: Duke 'requests 11th-hour rewrite to soften his bombshell $80million autobiography after nation's outpouring of grief for the Queen' amid fears the final draft 'might not go down too well' in the wake of her death
Prince Harry has launched a last-minute bid to tone down his bombshell autobiography amid fears his final draft 'might not go down too well' in the wake of the Queen's death, the Mail on Sunday has revealed. The memoirs had been signed off ready for an expected autumn release, but the Duke - who is writing the book as part of a near £40 million three-title deal - has asked to make some significant alterations. 'Harry has thrown a spanner in the works,' a source said. 'He is keen for refinements in the light of the Queen's death, her funeral and his father Charles taking the throne.
Panicking Putin 'vanishes to his secret forest palace with its own personal beauty parlour' amid anti-war demos in Moscow
Despite denials from the Kremlin, Putin appears to have vanished on holiday to his 'most secret official dacha' (pictured left) in northern Russia. The residence, nestled in the forests of the Valdai Hills - about halfway between Moscow and St Petersburg - boasts a three-storey spa complex (pictured top right) with a 'personal beauty parlour' nicknamed the 'temple to his asceticism'. His vacation comes as more than 700 people were detained by Russian authorities today at protests against the partial mobilisation ordered this week by the president, according to independent monitoring group OVD-Info.
Receptionist, 29, is given a shock breast cancer diagnosis just months after her older sister died from it - here's the warning she wants all women to read
A young woman who has battled cancer twice in the last two years has revealed the terror of being diagnosed just three months after he older sister died from the disease. Carly Shepherd carries the BRCA1 breast cancer gene, as did her eldest sister Jade, who lost her battle against cancer in July 2020. A third sister, Amanda, also carries the disease which increases a woman's risk of having breast cancer by 65 percent and ovarian cancer by 40 percent. Carly has no idea of the seriousness of carrying the gene but two years on realises it has huge implications for herself, her sisters and her future children.
Gary Ablett Jr's wife Jordan shares moving tribute to Joel Selwood after the footballer carried her son Levi onto the field at the AFL Grand Final as he battles mystery disease
Jordan Ablett posted a sweet message for Geelong star Joel Selwood on Saturday ahead of the AFL grand final. The wife of footy legend Gary Ablett Jr shared a black and white image of a Geelong guernsey with Selwood's number, 14, on the back. 'It's hard to put into words how beautiful of a gesture this is but know that our family is beyond grateful for you and your big heart,' she wrote.
Pandemonium in the sheds with loved ones and a fitting tribute for a Cats veteran... but heartbreak for the Swans after a humiliating defeat: Inside Geelong's celebrations over AFL Grand Final triumph
After a marathon six-month slog, Geelong could finally let their hair down after clinching a famous grand final victory at the MCG, with celebrations beginning in the sheds on Saturday. The Cats made a blistering start to the showpiece event and did not look back, dominating the Sydney Swans to secure an 81-point victory and cap off a remarkable season in which they also won the minor premiership. Their victory also silenced countless pundits and fans who cast their premiership hopes aside before a ball was bounced in March, with Chris Scott's side viewed as too old to challenge the all-conquering former premiers Melbourne.
Worse than Meat Loaf: AFL viewers savage 'woke' Grand Final halftime show featuring nonbinary singer G Flip and First Nations artists performing 'bland' covers: 'You sign a $4.5billion TV deal and we get this?'
The most diverse and progressive halftime show in AFL Grand Final history has been savaged by viewers as 'worse than Meatloaf's' disastrous 2011 performance. First Nations performers were given the spotlight during the Geelong vs Sydney clash at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Saturday, but some disgruntled fans called it a 'woke' move designed to 'tick boxes'. Aussie rock band Goanna led the halftime performance with their 1982 hit Solid Rock, before being joined by Indigenous artists including Christine Anu, Emma Donovan, Tasman Keith and William Barton.
Victoria Beckham slips into a $6k plunging black YSL dress as she enjoys dinner with David - the couple's first sighting since Nicola Peltz's claim the designer blanked her following her wedding dress offer
Victoria Beckham and her husband David have emerged for the first time since her daughter-in-law Nicola Peltz's claims the designer blanked her after offering to design her wedding dress. The designer, 48, certainly caught the eye in a £3,000 plunging black gown from Yves Saint Laurent as she joined her dapper husband for a night out at Harry's Bar in Mayfair. In a recent interview, Nicola sensationally claimed that Victoria had blanked her despite previously offering to design her wedding dress, amid claims of a feud between the pair, though insiders have said the model is pushing a 'false narrative', leaving Victoria 'bemused' as to why she keeps 'stoking the rumours'.
Former prime minister Julia Gillard reflects on her blistering 'misogyny speech' 10 years on - and reveals the moment she knew it would 'reverberate around the world'
Julia Gillard has reflected on the impact of her infamous 'misogyny speech' in parliament ten years on. The former Australian Prime Minister - the first and only woman to hold the role - famously delivered a blistering speech on sexism in Australian politics during a session in parliament in October 2012. The comments sparked a debate that reverberated around the world.
The father left with a thousand whys after hearing the worst news any parent could hear: COSMO LANDESMAN questions if the painful break-up of his family drove his son to take his own life just 19 years later
COSMO LANDESMAN: I don't really want to go into the details of the end of my marriage to the journalist Julie Burchill. Our break-up wasn't easy on our ten-year-old son Jack - but divorce is rarely easy. My main task was helping Jack adjust to this big scary change by creating a sense of continuity. I did all the things his mum used to do for him: cooking, cleaning, his packed lunch for school. The toughest challenge I faced in those early days was trying to hide my sadness from Jack. The toughest challenge Jack faced was hiding his sadness from me.
Family of Jeffrey Dahmer's 11th victim slams Netflix's reenactment of victim's sister's emotional 1992 courtroom breakdown - say streaming giant has 'retraumatised' them by failing to notify them it was making the series
Eric Thulhu, 33. of Chicago, took to Twitter to denounce Netflix's new series Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, claiming his family is 'pissed' about it. Thulhu's cousin Errol Lindsey was 19 when he disappeared from a Milwaukee mall and would become Dahmer's 11th known victim. 'If you're actually curious about the victims, my family (the Isbell's) are pissed about this show,' Thulhu wrote. 'It's retraumatizing over and over again.' Rita Isbell screamed at a passive Dahmer in the courtroom in 1992, calling him 'Satan' and saying she wanted to 'kill' him. Dahmer in 1992 was convicted of 16 murders he'd been charged with, and sentenced to 16 life sentences in prison.
From risking death to rape and kidnap: How Aussie women put it all on the frontline to be war correspondents, including Daily Mail Australia's CANDACE SUTTON - who recalls the horror of covering the Rwandan genocide
They've risked kidnap, rape, disease and death, all with the ambition of becoming international war correspondents. A new book looks at the Aussie women journalists who report on world conflicts. A new book Through Her Eyes has corralled the experiences of 29 different Aussie women reporters who have done so, visiting history-making world events. CNN's Anna Coren witnessed the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, the ABC's Barbara Miller recorded the Russian invasion of Ukraine and and police detained Amanda Hodge in northwestern Pakistan after Osama Bin Laden's assassination. Ruth Pollard hiked into Syria under tank shelling and sniper fire, Melissa Roberts was adopted on the Afghan frontier by the Mujahedin, and Kirsty Needham hit Hong Kong's streets amid tear gas and violent protests. Daily Mail Australia's Candace Sutton went to Africa in the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide, and tells the story of dying refugees and the killing fields of central Africa.
Tennis legend Roger Federer is in TEARS as he brings the curtain down on a dazzling career with even old rival Rafael Nadal left weeping... but the 20-time Grand Slam winner insists he 'couldn't be happier'
Roger Federer had to hold back the tears as Laver Cup defeat alongside Rafael Nadal brought his illustrious career to an end but the 20-time Grand Slam winner insisted he was not sad. The 20-time grand-slam champion announced last week he would bow out from competitive tennis with one final match at the Ryder Cup-style competition which was his brainchild. London was the destination for the fifth edition of the Laver Cup, the city for some of Federer's greatest triumphs, but the Swiss superstar could not add one more victory to his illustrious CV.
Houses are WASHED away and yachts beached as storm Fiona slams into Nova Scotia: Record low pressure brings winds of 111mph and huge storm surges - as residents are told to stay at home
The National Hurricane Center said the center of the storm, now called Post-Tropical Cyclone Fiona, was crossing eastern Nova Scotia, bringing high winds and heavy rains. The storm had weakened somewhat as it travelled north. As of 5 a.m., the storm was about 160 miles northeast of Halifax, carrying maximum winds of 90 miles per hour and barreling north at around 26 mph, the NHC said. Experts predicted high winds, storm surges and heavy rainfall from Fiona. Although a gradual weakening was forecast during the next couple of days, Fiona was expected to maintain hurricane-force winds until Saturday afternoon, the NHC said.
Super-fit grandmother who does workouts in her bikini reveals she is determined not to 'become invisible' as she ages - but can YOU guess how old she is?
Julie Ford, a part-time PE teacher from Eastbourne, East Sussex, said she is determined to 'look and feel as good' in her later years in life (left, right and inset). The grandmother said: 'My friends jokingly tell me they hate me and ask, "Why do you look so good?" I don't know if I have just been blessed with ageing well or if this is what comes from being positive - but I think, if you feel good, then you look good.'
Just how many have died so Qatar can host the World Cup? Organisers claim it is only THREE... but Sportsmail can reveal there are at least 2,800 still 'unexplained' - and it could be MUCH higher
WORLD CUP 2022 INVESTIGATION BY NICK HARRIS: The Mail on Sunday can reveal that the deaths of 2,823 foreigners of working age in Qatar have gone unexplained - or 'unclassified' to use the official term - since 2011. The MoS has asked the Qatari government how many of these individuals worked on infrastructure projects with 2022 deadlines, such as roads, hotels and transport hubs that will be used by World Cup visitors, and we have been given no details. We are not suggesting that all these deaths were World Cup-related, nor even work-related; the figure includes migrants from around the world working across all industries. But as to whether the true number of work-related fatalities on World Cup projects is just three - as the Supreme Committee insists - or thousands, as advocacy groups such as Human Rights Watch have claimed, serious questions remain unanswered. The Mail on Sunday has also collated hundreds of case studies involving migrant workers who died working on infrastructure projects since 2011 - revealing their personal details and the circumstances of their death for the first time.
Shocking moment TRAIN strikes police car with female road rage suspect, 20, inside after cops parked on tracks: Victim was left with nine broken ribs, head injuries and broken teeth
A female suspect, believed to have been involved in a road rage incident was pulled over by police in Colorado. Officers stopped their patrol on railroad tracks and handcuffed 20-year-old Yareni Rios-Gonzalez, and placed her in the back. A train smashed in the police SUV sending it hurtling down the tracks, with Rios-Gonzalez still seated inside. Incredibly, the mother-of-one survived despite suffering nine broken ribs, a broken arm, a fractured sternum and losing several teeth in the accident. The police officer who had parked the car on the tracks has been placed on leave.
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Pope Francis, 85, uses wheelchair on his way to tell young people it is up to them to help save the Earth on trip to Assisi
Pope Francis, 85, was seen being pushed in a wheelchair on Saturday as took a trip to Assisi to tell young people it was their duty to protect the planet and change the course of the Earth. Francis was visiting the birthplace of his namesake saint who was close to nature when he called for 'courage' in abandoning fossil fuels and lamented that older generations didn't know how to protect the planet and secure peace. He told young people he was pinning his hopes on their efforts in working to save the planet and to make the world's economy more attentive to the poor. The health of the aging Pope has been under the spotlight for a while as concerned onlookers wonder whether he still has the vitality to maintain his pontiff's duties. He is thought to be making use of a wheelchair due to a serious knee problem that limits his mobility, although he was also reported to have had colon surgery in July to remove 33cm of intestine. The Vatican described it as a 'planned procedure' because the Pope's bowels had 'narrowed.'