British royalty met pop royalty on Thursday evening as Prince Harry joined namesake Harry Styles at the world premiere of Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk.
The fifth in line to the throne walked the red carpet alongside three army veterans who served in Dunkirk, Kosovo and Afghanistan respectively.
Ahead of the premiere, Harry hosted a reception at Kensington Palace for Dunkirk veterans highlighting the lasting impacts of war on the mental health of service men and women.
Starring former One Direction member Styles, the film tells the story of the chaotic rescue of Allied soldiers during the Second World War.
Style's co-stars in the film including Tom Hardy, Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy and Mark Rylance, will also be in attendance at the Odeon in Leicester Square, as well as director Nolan.
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The star-of-the-day award definitely goes to 13-year-old Ally Clift from the Wirral.
As we speak he's in London trying to visit all 270 tube stations on the Underground in under 24 hours.
And he's doing it to raise money in memory of his big brother who died from cancer earlier this year.
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Former Hollyoaks actress Stephanie Davies has Tweeted of her sadness following the death of former CBB housemate Dave Gest.
The music producer was found dead in a London hotel just after 10am this morning.
Stephanie spent weeks in the Big Brother house with David and said he was like a granddad to her.
My heart is broken. Grandad has gone. Last to get photo with him. We made plans and im gutted I won't see you again https://t.co/EuVT4Oadh2
What an amazing man and a pleasure to have had times with u me and jezz gutted! Love u always❤️amazing person heartbroken devastated X
Two months on after he was found dead on top of a hill he'd travelled so far to reach, the man on the Moor remains a mystery.
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A man convicted of robbery and possession of an imitation firearm in Warrington has been jailed.
David James Williamson, who also made a bomb threat in Harrods in London, was jailed for 10 years.
He was sentenced after being found guilty of two counts of robbery, two counts of possession of an imitation firearm and one count of possession of an imitation firearm with intent to cause fear of violence.
He was also found guilty of five counts of communicating false information causing a bomb hoax.
Detective Constable Joseph Agyei said: "These were terrifying attacks committed in broad daylight and caused all the victims involved to fear for their lives.
"Williamson showed an utter disregard for the victims he targeted in public places."