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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are “total homebodies” at Kensington Palace

Prince Harry is always on the road for his royal engagements. His girlfriend Meghan Markle is also busy as an actress. But in between they manage to make time to see each other.

Kate Middleton and Prince William will take George and Charlotte on royal tour of Poland and Germany

Prince George and Princess Charlotte will accompany the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their upcoming European tour.

Duchess Kate debuts new haircut at Wimbledon

Prince William’s wife appeared at Wimbledon with a new elegant and refined haircut that didn’t go unnoticed.

Kate Middleton to attend opening of Wimbledon tennis championships

An avid tennis fan for many years, the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, will be present on the first day of the Wimbledon Championships this year.

Kate Middleton reveals mom Carole Middleton’s crush on Roger Federer

The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, was invited to participate in a documentary about tennis and she made some revelations about her parents during the interview.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are “total homebodies” at Kensington Palace
Kate Middleton and Prince William will take George and Charlotte on royal tour of Poland and Germany
Duchess Kate debuts new haircut at Wimbledon
Kate Middleton to attend opening of Wimbledon tennis championships
Kate Middleton reveals mom Carole Middleton’s crush on Roger Federer

Robbie Williams gave up his cell phone in 2006

by Nicole
July 8, 2011 at 12:20 pm

Robbie Williams gave his mobile phone in 2006, after discovering that he was illegally intercepted by British tabloid reporters.

“I don’t have one (a cell phone)… got rid of it in 2006 when I heard the tabloids were tapping it (sic). But that’s not the main reason… I just don’t like speaking on the phone… I communicate via email,” Williams writes on his blog.

The British singer is not the first celebrity to complain about phone interceptions. Two months ago Sienna Miller received legal compensation of 100,000 pounds from the tabloid News of the World, which she accused of illegally accessing her voice mail in 2004.

The scandal reignited this week after the British press wrote that mobile phones of the victims of bombings in London in 2005 were intercepted by a private detective who worked at the tabloid News of the World.

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