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Prince Harry addresses rift with William: 'We have good and bad days'

Prince Harry said he has good days and bad days with his brother William

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The Duke of Sussex appeared to confirm a rift with his brother, claiming they are 'on different paths'.

Prince Harry has finally addressed rumours of a family fallout with this brother Prince William.

The Duke of Sussex revealed he has 'good days and bad days' with his brother in a new ITV documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, which aired on Sunday night.

Opening up about his relationship with Prince William, Harry said that “inevitably stuff happens”, especially under the pressure of the role and living life in the media spotlight.

“We are brothers. We will always be brothers," the Duke told Tom Bradbury.

“We are certainly on different paths at the moment but I will always be there for him as I know he will always be there for me.

“We don’t see each other as much as we used to because we are so busy but I love him dearly.

“The majority of the stuff is created out of nothing but as brothers, you know, you have good days, you have bad days.”

Princess Charlotte 'excited' for first day at school with Prince George

Princess Charlotte was all smiles as she arrived for her first day at Thomas' Battersea school with her parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Charlotte, who celebrated her fourth birthday in May, was also joined by her big brother Prince George, 6, who has been attending the school for two years.

The cheeky Royal was uncharacteristically apprehensive but made sure to wave to the cameras up her arrival.

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Princess Charlotte seemed unusually shy on her first day.

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Prince George held onto his father's hand as he greeted his headteacher Helen Haslem at the school gates.
The Duchess smiled and asked: "How are you? Did you have a nice summer?", and Ms Haslem bent down to shake George's hand and then Charlotte's.

Prince William then revealed Charlotte was "very excited" about her first day.

The school in south London is very expensive to attend if just one child is attending from reception to year 2 (ages 4-7), the cost is £6,429 per term.

Costs go up by nearly £1,000 for first children in years 3 to 8 (ages 7-13), with the termly cost rising up to £7,262.

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A second child attending in the same age group can attend Thomas’s for £6,305 per term.
The yearly cost for Charlotte would be £18,915, and both children together would cost £38,202.

Thomas’s Battersea, which describes itself as a Christian school, is open to children of all faiths, and teaches pupils that kindness is as important as academic success.

Pupils are taught art, ballet, drama, ICT, French, music and physical education by specialist teachers.

George, who is six, started at the school in September 2017, where he was accompanied by dad, Prince William.

Kate Middleton was not in attendance for his first day, as she was suffering from morning sickness while pregnant with Prince Louis.

Prince Harry and Meghan accused of 'double standards' after second private jet trip

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have faced backlash for their second private jet trip.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are facing backlash for their 'carbon footprint' after they were pictured on a private jet on a trip to the South of France, their second private jaunt in just over a week.

Prince Harry was seen arriving with his family in the French Riveria on board a 12-seater Cessna aircraft that would cost more than £20,000 to hire.

It's believed the trip to Nice would have created seven times more carbon emissions per person than a commercial flight.

The latest sighting comes after Prince Harry was at the centre of a hypocrisy row when he flew by private jet to Sicily for a Google summit on climate change

Prince Harry and Meghan 'will hold private christening' for Archie

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will hold a private ceremony in Windsor.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced a date for their first born's christening.

Prince Harry and Meghan will attend a private ceremony for their son Archie's christening.

The service will be held at the private chapel at Windsor Castle and is understood to be a "very small gathering", a royal source told ITV news.

Prince Harry and Meghan announce the name of their son

The Queen and Prince Philip meet their great-grandson for the first time

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they have named their son Archie.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have named their first born son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

After much speculation, the couple announced the news on their Sussex Royal Instagram account after revealing the new addition had met The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh.

The caption read: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are pleased to announce they have named their first born child: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

"This afternoon Their Royal Highnesses introduced Her Majesty The Queen to her eighth great-grandchild at Windsor Castle. The Duke of Edinburgh and The Duchess’ mother were also present for this special occasion."

Prince Harry and Meghan open up about their first night as parents

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle introduce their baby

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex opened up about their days as proud parents following the birth of their son.

Prince Harry, 34, has said being a parent is "amazing" after spending his first few nights with his newborn son, who was born at 5.20 am on Monday 6th May.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex gave the first glimpse of their new baby during a photo call in St. George's Hall at Windsor Palace on Wednesday.

The baby, who is seventh in line to the throne, laid peacefully in Harry's arms while Meghan looked on adoringly at their "bundle of joy".

"It's great. Parenting is amazing," Harry told reporters. "It's only been two and a half days, three days, but we're just so thrilled to have our own little bundle of joy."

The photo call marks the first time the Duchess of Sussex, 37, has been seen since she retired from the public eye six weeks ago.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle introduce their baby for the first time

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle introduce their baby to the world

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made their first appearance as a couple following the birth of their first child.

A beaming Prince Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, introduced their newborn son during a photo call from St.George's Hall at Windsor Castle, after welcoming him into the world at 5.20 am on Monday May 6th.

This is the first time the Duchess of Sussex has been seen since she retired from the public eye six weeks ago.

Meghan, who looked radiant wearing a white sleeveless dress with her hair loosely curled, said: "I have the best two guys in the world," as she gushed over her family.

The baby boy, who is seventh in line to the throne, rested peacefully in his father's arms while proud mother Meghan was visibly overjoyed by the new arrival.

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Prince Harry and Duchess of Sussex could break tradition with royal baby name

Prince Harry said they are still thinking about names

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have said they are still thinking about names for their baby boy.

Speculation surrounding what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will call their child is reaching fever pitch with many wondering whether the couple will opt for a traditional or more contemporary name.

An elated Prince Harry, 34, revealed on Monday that he and wife Meghan Markle, 37, are still deciding on names ahead of their first photo call as a family in two days time.

The couple's first-born, currently nicknamed Baby Sussex, is not a future monarch and it's believed he won't be a HRH as he is currently too far down the line of succession at seventh in line to the throne.

With Meghan being American, she could could opt for a less traditional name, and wrote in her former blog The Tig that she was a fan of the name Grey - which works for both a boy and a girl.

If Prince Harry and Meghan did opt for a non-traditional name, they wouldn't be the first in the royal family to do so.

Canadian-born Autumn Phillips and the Queen’s grandson Peter Phillips chose a non-traditional name for their first child Savannah – the monarch’s first great-grandchild – in 2010.