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Prince Harry and Meghan's close royal pal Eugenie 'follows in their footsteps'
Princess Eugenie appears to have been inspired by pals Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as she announced the launch of her own podcast series.The 31 year old royal announced that she would be starting her own podcast series with charity The Anti-Slavery Collective this year.She founded the charity five years ago with best friend Julia de Boinville — who she attended both school and university with — with the mission of raising awareness of modern slavery as a "global pandemic".The news was shared with a photograph of the pair in the charity's monthly newsletter which showed them sat on a white sofa in front of a pair of microphones, reports Express.co.uk.An accompanying statement read: "We were so excited to begin recording our long-awaited podcast this year, due to be released in 2022 so stay tuned!" they said in a monthly newsletter, accompanied by a photo of the women recording with microphones on a white couch.An official launch date for the series has not yet been confirmed.It comes several weeks after Harry and Meghan signed an exclusive podcast deal with streaming platform Netflix, which is reportedly worth £110 million.A statement at the time read: "What we love about podcasting is that it reminds all of us to take a moment and to really listen, to connect to one another without distraction.“With the challenges of 2020, there has never been a more important time to do so, because when we hear each other, and hear each other’s stories, we are reminded of how interconnected we all are.”They released the first 35 minute episode of their 'Archewell Audio' podcast back in December, where egendary music maker Sir Elton John spokeabout how technology enabled him to attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings during the
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Chelsea players have 'not forgiven' Romelu Lukaku for car crash Inter Milan interview
Romelu Lukaku as Chelsea drew 1-1 away to Brighton on Tuesday, and the Belgian hardly got a kick all night in what was a frustrating performance.The dust has now settled since Lukaku was removed from the side by Thomas Tuchel for his damning interview with Sky Italia, where the club's record signing questioned the manager's system, and even hinted that he could move back to Inter Milan.Lukaku apologised, and the striker seems to have made up with Tuchel, and he has started all but one of Chelsea's games since he was back in contention.But Lukaku hasn't come back firing, and is a bystander at times as he is ignored by some of his team-mates, and it's been suggested that the Chelsea squad are still unhappy with the star.Thats according to former Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor, who is frustrated by the lack of service into Lukaku, and he told talkSport on Wednesday that there must still be an issue following his interview."I actually felt sorry for Lukaku last night," Agbonlahor said. "The only way that he was going to score last night was if he got the ball, took a couple players on and got a shot off."He was getting no service, he was starved of any service from anyone, and Hudson-Odoi, Ziyech even though he scored a goal, weren't really putting any chances on a plate for Lukaku."I've noticed with Lukaku the last two games, it feels like his team-mates aren't passing to him.