Princess Diana’s brother took to Twitter on Saturday to share a sweet video of the stately home’s resident peacock, Tim, enjoying a walk on a large expanse of grass, bobbing his head to the grass as the sun shone down on him.
French-born Greg, who popped the question on 22 July, planned the proposal to a tee. The couple enjoyed a romantic lunch and spent the day by the pool before going back to their room, where Greg had arranged for rose petals and champagne to be set up.
Charles’ fans were thrilled with the video, with one commenting: “That is SO awesome. I would love to see the things you have on your property while having my coffee every morning. It’s so beautiful and amazing. Thank you, #CharlesSpencer for sharing your beautiful estate with all of us.”
“Diana and I had two older sisters who were away at school, so she and I were very much in it together and I did talk to her about it,” Spencer said. His older sisters are Lady Sarah McCorquodale, 65, and Jane Fellowes, Baroness Fellowes, 63.
A statement on behalf of the Duke of Sussex and Duke of Cambridge issued by Kensington Palace read: ‘The statue that Prince William and Prince Harry have commissioned to commemorate their mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, will be installed next year on what would have been her 60th birthday.’
The Duke of Sussex has also tried to ‘strengthen ties’ with his late mother’s side of the family, including inviting Diana’s older sister Lady Jane Fellowes to meet baby Archie.
The Duchess of Sussex matched her trademark taste for high fashion with a budget black dress as she and Prince Harry touched down in Wellington for the next leg of their tour on Monday. Meghan paired a Karen Walker trench coat with a maternity dress before enjoying a traditional welcome ceremony on the lawns of […]
‘The umbrella company that produced the line, Richards & Appleby, has had financial difficulties due in part to years of Brexit insecurity. As a result, it has been winding up many of its associations, which included us. Joan hopes a buyer will come along that has the ability to realise its full potential.’
As revealed by Tina Brown, in her 2007 book The Diana Chronicles, “The Prince was first stunned, then outraged, when, in April [he was] presented with Diana’s final £17million term.”
The U.S. deal was brokered by CAA Media Finance and Endeavor Content, with FilmNation Entertainment handling offshore. This is the second major deal for those parties today, with Emancipation near closing. That deal is a world rights pact to either Apple or Warner Bros, but while they got a couple of worldwide offers for Spencer, […]