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A collection of First World War photographs taken by the future King Edward VIII, capturing shots of French ruins to prisoners of war, are to be sold at auction.
The young prince documented his visits close to the front-line in more than 650 pictures, which have never been made public until now.
ITV News Correspondent Nina Nannar reports on the 99-year-old photo album and its unlikely source.
The Prime Minister will make an unprecedented apology to the Queen after being caught describing her as "purring" in pleasure at the result of the Scottish Referendum.
A chastened David Cameron admitted he was "very embarrassed" and "extremely sorry" over the gaffe, which came as he chatted with billionaire media tycoon Michael Bloomberg in New York.
Look, I'm very embarrassed by this. I'm extremely sorry about it.
It was a private conversation, but clearly a private conversation that I shouldn't have had and won't have again. My office has already been in touch with the Palace to make that clear and I will do so as well.
The Prime Minister came under fire after being picked up by a TV microphone on Tuesday telling former New York mayor Bloomberg of the relief he felt at not having to inform the Queen that Scotland had left the United Kingdom.
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Prince Harry received a great big hug from four-year-old Carson Hartley.Read the full story ›
The Duke of Cambridge scored the winning goal during a game of table football when he joined a group of Maltese teenagers for a lunchtime match.
William showed off his skills during a visit to a centre providing a range of services for youngsters and adults from an impoverished area of Malta.
The Duke went on to play an Xbox football game with three teenage boys, taking one of his computer footballers on a mazy run before getting tackled.
Earlier today, the Prince attended a mass to commemorate Malta's 50 years of independence.
The second-in-line to the throne has travelled to Malta in place of his pregnant wife Kate who withdrew due to a severe form of morning sickness.
Prince William joining a commemoration of Malta's 50 years of independence is believed to be the first time the second-in-line to the throne has attended a public mass.
Kate was forced to withdraw from the two-day trip - scheduled to be her first official solo overseas visit - as she is still suffering from a severe form of morning sickness called hyperemesis gravidarum.
When William was officially welcomed by Maltese president Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca yesterday, she asked about his wife and the Duke said she was "so-so", adding "she's so sad not to be here".
The cathedral was built in the 16th century as the church of the Order of the Knights of St John, former rulers of Malta and is lavishly decorated in the baroque style.