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Prince Andrew 'should be banished' after Queen's funeral, Prince William 'insists'
Prince Andrew is set to be banished from the royal fold, if a source is to be believed.Now that King Charles III is in charge, with Prince William next in line, it appears that the Duke of York will not be welcomed back into the fold in the same way his mother the late Queen Elizabeth II might have done.Prince Andrew was forced to pay a £12million settlement to Virginia Giuffre, who accused him of sexually abusing her when she was 17.READ MORE: Queen's witty one-liner on evil dictator Putin after dog barks at Russian despotThe settlement was not an admission of guilt and Prince Andrew denies the allegations against him.And, according to royal author Robert Jobson, he will not be returning to the family any time soon – despite being seen with Prince William and others on the day the Queen died (September 8).“There will be no public role or comeback for York, if the Duke of Cambridge has any input on the matter – and let me assure you, he does,” a source told Jobson.“He should be banished, as far as Prince William is concerned."He was seen outside Balmoral earlier today (September 10) thanking well-wishers who came to pay tribute to the Queen.But now with Charles in charge, he will have to decide whether to fund his brother’s lifestyle, as the Queen did.Andrew is believed to have received an annual salary from the Queen’s £21million a year private Duchy of Lancaster income, according to PA.The Duchy’s assets are held in trust for the sovereign, so are now under Charles’s control.Questions will also be raised about Andrew’s home, Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park, which is a Crown Estate property, and also houses his ex-wife Sarah, Duchess of York.The duke signed a 75-year lease on the mansion in 2003, but could potentially
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Hairy Bikers' Dave Myers 'in the trenches' of cancer as Si King gives health update
diagnosed with cancer.Dave has since undergone chemotherapy treatment and suffered hair loss and speaking over the weekend, Si gave fans an update on his condition.READ MORE: Hairy Bikers star Dave Myers suffering from chemo side effects in cancer updateDuring a solo appearance at the Bolton Food and Drink Festival, Si thanked fans for their "goodwill and support" in the wake of Dave's diagnosis.He also shared that while Dave is still battling the side effects of chemo, he is slowly on the mend.Si said: "I just wanted to say, from Dave and I, thank you so so very much for all of the goodwill and support, all the messages really do not go unnoticed."He's doing canny but as you appreciate he's right in the trenches of it all at the minute but he's getting there, thank God."Si's comments follow Dave being forced to pull out of the event due to his ongoing cancer treatment.Speaking last month, the TV star confirmed the side effects of chemo had caused him hair loss and he could be seen sporting a bald head during a podcast appearance. He also said he had been left with sore eyes and a loss of tastes and smells – though assured fans his chemo was "working".Dave told Kate Thornton's White Wine Question Time: "I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy but when I get through this, I'll never whinge again about anything."I'm going to embrace life and everything it's got to offer."Confirming his cancer prognosis earlier in the year, Dave previously told fans: "I may be a baldy biker for a while so it's just a warning, I don't want to make a fuss about it.
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Coronation Street's Jenny in danger as evil Stephen woos her amid Leo heartbreak
Coronation Street's Stephen Reid (Todd Boyce) manipulates Jenny Connor (Sally Ann Matthews) next week as he makes a discovery about the Rovers Return landlady.Leo Thompkins (Joe Frost) takes up a labouring job with Ed Bailey (Trevor Michael Georges)but he’s sour about being stuck in Weatherfield.Jenny tells toyboy boyfriend Leo that she doesn’t want to stand in the way of his future.READ MORE: Corrie's Ryan Thomas sparks soap return rumours as he reunites with on-screen mumAs Jenny assures Rita Tanner (Barbara Knox) it was fun while it lasted but she’ll get over Leo, Rita’s not taken in by her bravado.Meanwhile, Stephen and his niece Sarah Platt (Tina O'Brien) pour over their business plan.When Sarah reveals that Jenny is the sole owner of the pub, Stephen’s interest is piqued.Scheming Stephen later turns on the charm and flirts with Jenny.A tipsy Jenny invites Stephen through to the back and handing him a drink, kisses him passionately.Having had a talking to from Rita and Gemma Winter (Dolly-Rose Campbell), Leo returns unexpectedly holding an engagement ring.However, as Gemma heads through to the back room with Leo will they find Jenny and Stephen in a clinch?Fans have been suspicious of Stephen ever since he returned to Weatherfield.His friends and family believe that he’s got plenty of money and his business in Milan is more successful than ever before.Viewers know this is not the case as in a recent episode he wasn’t able to extend the overdraft with his bank and had to use Gabrielle Reid's card in order to pay for Audrey’s (Sue Nicholls) afternoon tea with her friends.With the mystery of who Gabrielle is aside, fans were left wondering if Stephen is hiding more than a few money problems.Is Jenny putting herself in
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