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F1 stars Charles Leclerc and Pierre Gasly spotted at Taylor Swift's concert in Milan

F1 stars Charles Leclerc and Pierre Gasly were among the host of VIPs spotted at Taylor Swifts most recent Eras Tour show.The drivers joined delighted fans on Saturday night in Milan and we even seen swapping friendship bracelets with the Swifties around them. Leclerc attended the show with girlfriend Alexandra Saint Mleux and Gasly was accompanied by his partner Kika Cerqueira Gomes.The star studded double date was in good company in the VIP tent as actress Kiernan Shipka also headed along to the show. Swift's Eras Tour is known to be quite the spot for celeb sightings.

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Kate Middleton’s sweet reaction to Wimbledon standing ovation amid cancer battle revealed by lip reader
received a standing ovation at Sunday’s Wimbledon Tennis Championships — and a lip reader has revealed her sweet reaction.The Princess of Wales, 42, made a welcome appearance at the annual grand slam as she continues to undergo cancer treatment following her diagnosis in March.She delighted fans as she arrived at the All England Lawn Tennis Club alongside her 9-year daughter, Princess Charlotte, and sister Pippa Middleton.Lip reader Jeremy Freeman analyzed the moment Princess Catherine took her seat next to her daughter as Centre Court erupted into applause and cheer.Middleton had asked Charlotte to “come over here” as the pair got to their seats, Freeman told The Sun.She then thanked the lady who had accompanied them in the royal box, before turning to the crowd to give a big wave.The royal then said “hi” to fellow spectators, before turning to the lady next to her and calling the audience’s reaction to her appearance “so sweet.”After the match, in which Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz defeated Novak Djokovic in straight sets, Princess Catherine presented the trophy to the defending champion and the runner-up.She shook both players’ hands before handing them their hard-earned awards.Her outing comes one month after she joined the royal family for King Charles’ birthday celebrations on the Buckingham Palace balcony at the Trooping the Colour ceremony.The Princess was joined by some Hollywood royalty in the royal box during Sunday’s match-up.Actress Julia Roberts and her cinematographer husband, Danny Moder, and actors Tom Cruise and Benedict Cumberbatch were all spotted sitting close to the royal.As patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, the future queen — an avid tennis fan in her own right — has made an effort
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle ‘trying to buy the public’s respect’ with awards after ESPYS nod: expert
claimed she was never consulted about the decision.Royal expert Kinsey Schofield slammed the Sussexes for their obsession with “collecting trophies,” claiming that the public “sees through” ESPN’s decision to honor Harry with the award.“I see Prince Harry and Meghan Markle accepting more trophies for awards that I don’t understand what they’re for,” she told TalkTV.“I guess they’re trying to buy the public’s respect, they’re trying to buy good PR through networking and creating these opportunities to collect trophies for their mantle, but I think the public sees through these individuals.”ESPN has since defended its decision to honor the father of two, who served the British military for 10 years, including two tours in Afghanistan as a helicopter pilot.“ESPN, with the support of the Tillman Foundation, is honoring Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, specifically for the work of The Invictus Games Foundation as it celebrates its 10th year promoting healing through the power of sport for military service members and veterans around the world,” ESPN told The Post in a statement.“While we understand not everyone will agree with all honorees selected for any award, The Invictus Games Foundation does incredible work and ESPN believes this is a cause worth celebrating.”Schofield also took aim at the “Suits” alum for accepting awards for her now-defunct podcast “Archetypes” — which was axed by Spotify after just 12 episodes.“How many awards did Meghan accept for her podcast that was canceled and slammed by her own network,” she told the outlet.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle are likely ‘drowning out the outside noise’ amid ESPYs backlash: They’re ‘very used to criticism’
the recent blowback from Harry’s ESPY Award nod proved to be no different.Harry, 39, was named the recipient of the Pat Tillman Award for Service at the 2024 ESPYs, and is set to be honored at Thursday’s star-studded ceremony hosted by Markle’s pal, Serena Williams.However, the announcement didn’t sit right with many, including the late hero’s mom, Mary Tillman, who slammed ESPN and claimed she was never consulted about the decision.As the backlash continued to plague the Duke’s military recognition, former royal butler Grant Harrold says that the duo aren’t experiencing anything they haven’t already.The Sussexes are “very used to the criticism, given everything that’s gone on over the last few years,” Harrold, who worked for King Charles for seven years, exclusively told The Post.“I’m sure they’ll be drowning out the outside noise by continuing with their normal and everyday life and trying not to turn on the television, or read the papers as much.”“They’re being talked about constantly, given their profiles,” he continued. “From what I remember, Harry was always an extremely private person, so I’m not sure how he’ll feel about that, but I can imagine his way of coping with the attention is to carry on as normal,” he added on behalf of Fruity Slots.Earlier this week, Harrold suggested that the father of two is “feeling quite sad” about the negative response to him being named as the award’s recipient.What’s more, the former royal staffer said it’s possible the Duke could decline the prestigious award.“He’d never want to cause any upset,” Harrold said.