Soooooo… The most talked about event this week has to be Megan and Harrys bombshell interview – and how it resulted in piers getting kicked off GMB!
For anyone thats been living under a rock – megan and harry steped down from royal life and are raising there soon to be 2 children in America. Meghan Markle has ‘no regrets’ about her bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, according to pals.
Insiders revealed that Meghan feels proud that she and husband Prince Harry finally got to ‘speak their truth.’
They also claimed the Royal Family should feel ‘relieved’ that the Duchess did not name names in her two-hour long conversation with t chat show queen Oprah.
On Monday night ITV viewers watched as Meghan and her husband Harry opened up for the first time about their decision to step down as senior royals and make some startling revelations.
Among the shocking revelations was the comment from a senior royal asking ‘how dark’ their son Archie’s skin would be.
In Other News…..Britain today recorded another 5,926 coronavirus cases and 190 deaths as the second wave continues to shrink and Boris Johnson faced more pressure to ease lockdown sooner.
Infections are down 7 per cent week-on-week — even though hundreds of thousands of extra Covid tests were carried out over the past two days because of children returning to schools.
Fatalities are still falling rapidly, thanks to the combined effect of lockdown and vaccines. Department of Health figures show daily deaths are down by 40 per cent on last Wednesday’s toll.
Something a little more Light Hearted
FANTASTIC REFUBISHMENT OF A PASSENGER FERRY – You know how much we love an Aesthetically please home.
A passenger ferry has been given a spectacular new lease of life having been transformed into a luxurious yacht complete with a New York loft-style interior, a cinema and what is claimed to be the largest single sofa in Hong Kong And it’s on the market for £1.9million ($2.7million). The vessel, formerly called Golden Star, started life in 1988 as a Star Ferry in Hong Kong, crossing the city’s harbour with seats for 762 passengers. Now the 154ft (47m) long vessel is called DOT and is moored on the beautiful Tai Tam inlet in Hong Kong. Inside she is unrecognisable from her ferrying days. Spread around 6,000 square feet of living space and across three decks are four en-suite staterooms that can sleep up to eight guests, with each room boasting a bath and standing shower. There are also two office spaces, a galley, a massive salon and a mezzanine level with space for a 14ft Christmas tree. The kitchen/dining area has large sliding doors that open up on both sides to allow a ‘really good sea breeze to waft through the boat when temperatures get too much’. The former ferry’s roof is used for outdoor dining and sunbathing with its former first-class landing platforms converted into half-moon balconies. The owner, who wishes to remain anonymous, said: ‘She was designed to have very large living spaces, with bedrooms and bathrooms of the scale one would expect onshore. ‘We didn’t want to fight her industrial history, but rather to celebrate it. We at Braid Farm Park Absolutely love it – why not take a look.