Royal News Roundup: Prince William Plays Soccer, the Prime Minister Resigns & More
Here’s all the royal news you need to know for the week of October 20, 2022.
- This week, Liz Truss revealed that she's resigning from herÂ role as British Prime Minister. As a result, King Charles will make history by swearing in a new PM less than two months afterÂ ascending the throne.Â
- The royal family shared a portrait of Camilla Parker Bowles on social media. The post was a not-so-subtle tribute to Queen Elizabeth because it featured the Queen Consort posing with a bunch of Paddington Bears that were left outside of the late monarch's residence.
- The Queen Consort attended the Booker Prize Awards with her younger sister, Annabel Elliot. And royal fans couldn't get over the striking resemblance between the two.
- Prince William visited the Copper Box Arena with his wife, Kate Middleton, to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Coach Core charity. The Prince of Wales was seen partaking in a variety of sports, including soccer.
- PerÂ People, Middleton's mom Carole made a surprise trip to New Jersey. While there, she visited a few ShopRite grocery stores to commemorate the American launch of her party supplies brand, Party Pieces.
- Princess Eugenie posted a slideshow of pictures on Instagram in honor of her mom, Sarah Ferguson, who turned 63.
- Ferguson also shared a photo of herself playing with her newest family members: Queen Elizabeth’s corgis.
- The royal family announced that King Charles’s coronation ceremony will take place on May 6, 2023. The date holds a special meaning to Bowles because it’s her daughter’s wedding anniversary.
- King Charles made a surprise virtual appearance at the National Television Awards. In the clip, King Charles celebrated the 50th anniversary of Emmerdale, a long-running soap opera that was originally called Emmerdale Farm.
- In the latest Archetypes episode, Meghan Markle shared never-before-heard details about her experience working as a “briefcase girl” on Deal or No Deal.
- The Duchess of Sussex sat down for a candid interview with Variety and confirmed that director Liz Garbus (Lost Girls) is developing a docuseries about her and Prince Harry’s love story.
- Netflix released brand-new photos from The Crown season 5. The pics offered a rare glimpse of the brand-new cast, including Timothee Sambor (Prince William), Teddy Hawley (Prince Harry), Imelda Staunton (Queen Elizabeth), Elizabeth Debicki (Diana) and Dominic West (Charles).
- The streaming service also announced that the new episodes will premiere on—drumroll, please—November 9.
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