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Prince Harry told William 'You'll be king and I won't so I can do what I like'
From naughty six year old to boisterous squaddie, Prince Harry has never been one to worry too much about the rules, as his new biography reveals. And as he looks forward to his 30th birthday in September, he can be proud of the fact he has lived up to this early vow, becoming one of our most respected and lovable royals in the process. But it is a mark of the kind of man Harry was to become that he looked on the bright side and saw his advantage: the kind of freedom William would never have. As a little boy Harry loved getting up to mischief — much to the frustration of the nannies and teachers whose job was to keep the frisky youngster in check. Like many vivacious children, he responded best to strict boundaries of the kind imposed by nanny Olga Powell. I mean she would occasionally give them a smack. He was vibrant.
The Spencer family were a welcome sight for many at the Royal Wedding as Prince Harry looked to involved them as much as possible. Many of his royal relatives, including granny the Queen, were watching on proudly as he married Meghan Markle. But it's sometimes easy to forget he has another family, far away from his world of crowns and curtsying - Princess Diana's family. The Spencer family were also sitting in St George's Chapel as they couple said their vows on Saturday and Diana's sister Lady Jane Fellowes did a reading during the service. Earl Spencer has been married three times and has four children with his first wife, Victoria Aitken.
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parable of the prodigal son
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Granted, I had already solved it, just ten days or so ago, but still, I was surprised to know that it was physically possible for me to complete a grid that fast when I wasn't directly transcribing answers. I think this puzzle is quite wonderful - a model Monday in many ways. Tight theme, elegant arrangement of theme answers, and all the pieces of jewelry are clued in non-jewelry fashion. The answers themselves aren't exactly sizzling, but no matter. There's plenty of surprisingly scintillating non-theme fill on this Monday. Small deduction for not cluing this via the ELO-fueled roller-skating Olivia Newton-John musical of the same name or via Coleridge, for that matter , but "Citizen Kane" will do.