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It is more like a publicity shoot for a steamy Hollywood movie - Fifty Shades Of Windsor?- rather than the engagement photographs of a Prince and his bride-to-be, writes Sarah Vine.The UK was among those countries to vote against Donald Trump, putting further pressure on the 'special relationship' after the pair got into a war of words when Trump (inset) retweeted several Britain First videos earlier this month.Theresa May (left) and Trump did speak on the phone about the Jerusalem issue on Wednesday after Britain opposed America in a similar vote at the Security Council.Flanked by security guards, the Queen, who was resplendent in a vibrant magenta coat and silk headscarf, looked to be in excellent spirits as she alighted the train.Sandringham has been owned by the royal family since 1862 when it was purchased by Queen Victoria at the request of her son Edward, then Prince of Wales.Danielle's new partner is Ian Panting, 48, a solutions engineer.He and ex-wife Georgina, 39, an account director for a marketing company, split in 2013 after eight years of marriage, and have a daughter together, Imogen (known as Immi), who is nine.
EXCLUSIVE: Ivy Watson, 22, from Lincoln, has told Mail Online FEMAIL how she battled confidence issues over her fair complexion and height before she was declared the winner in Thursday night's dramatic season finale.
As well as a contract with Models1, Ivy will also land a spread in Cosmopolitan magazine, campaigns with Missguided and Show Beauty, and a year's supply of beauty products and gadgets.
Boris Johnson has said he hopes Damian Green (inset) will one day be able to return to government office, despite his dismissal for lying over pornography found on his computer.
What with the sweeping ballgown, tumbling hair and come-hither looks - not to mention the hand-holding, arms clinging and general lip quivering - you almost expect dear Harry to rip off that bespoke jacket of his and plunge, Darcy-like, into the lake.
Her Majesty, 91, and Prince Philip, 96, travelled from London to Norfolk by train the day after they hosted the entire royal family for a festive lunch at Buckingham Palace.