Sir Elton John has defended the Duke and Duchess of Sussex over there use of private jets, after what he described as 'relentless' and 'untrue assassination' of their characters.
The singer revealed that he had provided them with a private flight to his home in France and had paid to carbon offset the trip.
In a series of five emotional treats, the singer reminded people that he was close to Harry’s mother Diana and also said that ‘unnecessary press intrusion contributed to Diana’s untimely death’.
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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
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The wife of David Ibbotson, the pilot killed alongside footballer Emiliano Sala, said she hopes the new evidence that has emerged will clear her husband’s name.
Investigators have said that an interim report shows footballer Sala was exposed to harmful levels of carbon monoxide before he was killed in a plane crash and it is likely his Mr Ibbotson was also affected.
In an exclusive interview with Good Morning Britain, David’s wife, Nora Ibbotson said: "It was a relief because it was out of David’s control. They couldn’t smell it, they couldn’t see it. If he knew, he wouldn’t have flown it."
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, the group of friends said they are happy to have played “their part” as they revealed the uncanny discussion they had about what they would do in a similar scenario, just months before the attack.
Reflecting on the moment they left the office to help, Luke O'Shaughnessy they didn't question their decision to intervene and decided to help because it felt like the right thing to do.
“I heard the commotion. I heard a loud screech and a scream from a woman. I saw a man waving a knife, he was on top of a car covered in blood," Luke told Good Morning Britain.
He added: “Even in lift on the way down, my heart was pounding. I was saying to the boys, ‘He’s got a knife and he’s covered in blood, whatever happens we’ve got to go for him and help the others out.’”
“As we got outside we saw that he’d moved on then. We were following the commotion, seeing people crying. We could see which direction he’d gone in. We sprinted round and finally caught up with him.”
Once at the scene, the trio helped to tackle the man to the ground and restrain him with chairs and a crate, until the police could arrive at the scene.
“We helped restrain the guy with the beer crates and the chairs as well. None of us had any weapons, he had his weapons," Luke explained.
“The police acted very quickly, don’t get me wrong. When they got on the scene it was unreal.”
Rail fares in the UK are set to increase by almost 3% next year.
The increase is linked to July’s rate of Retail Prices Index (RPI) inflation, which was announced by the Office for National Statistics as 2.8%.
Nigel Farage has taken aim at Meghan Markle, claiming Prince Harry has 'fallen of a cliff' since he met her, before describing the Queen's late mother as an 'overweight, chainsmoking, gin-drinker'.
The Brexit Party leader reportedly mocked the Duke of Sussex as the 'Prince of Wokeness' and criticised Prince Charles for his views on climate change.
According to a report by The Guardian, Farage's remarks were made during a gala dinner at Sydney's Conservative Political Action Conference.
The newspaper claims to have heard a partial recording of the politician's comments at Saturday night's event, which the media were banned from attending.
"When it comes to her [the Queen's] son, when it comes to Charlie Boy and climate change, oh dear, oh dear, oh dear," Mr Farage is reported to have said in relation to Prince Charles and his succession to the throne.
"Her mother, Her Royal Highness the Queen's mother was a slightly overweight, chain-smoking gin drinker who lived to 101 years old.
"All I can say is Charlie Boy is now in his 70s… may the Queen live a very, very long time."
Farage reportedly commented on the recent revelation, that Prince Harry and Meghan only want two kids due to their concerns about the climate.
"Well, if I want the Queen to live a long time to stop Charlie Boy becoming king, I want Charlie Boy to live even longer and William to live forever to stop Harry becoming king," Mr Farage reportedly added.