Video ‘proof’ writer killed

Sunday Tasmanian - - News -

PRINCESS Eu­ge­nie was mar­ry­ing Jack Brooks­bank but all so­cial me­dia cared about was how cute Prince Ge­orge looked and whether Meghan Markle was preg­nant.

When Prince Harry’s wife ar­rived in a loose-fit­ting navy blue Givenchy dress and coat, but­toned at the top but not around the stom­ach and she did not re­move it in St Ge­orge’s Chapel, spec­u­la­tion went into over­drive the 37year-old Amer­i­can is preg­nant.

Those in Syd­ney and Dubbo will get the chance to check out the the­ory at close range when the Duke and Duchess of Sus­sex ar­rive for the In­vic­tus Games this week.

While they weren’t pick­ing baby names for Harry and Meghan, royal watch­ers were chuck­ling at the an­tics of Prince Ge­orge, who was pick­ing some­thing else.

The king-to-be amused him­self by ex­plor­ing his nos­tril in the chapel, gig­gled with brides­maids and page­boys and pulled faces for the pho­tog­ra­phers out­side.

He, sis­ter Princess Char­lotte, 3, and singer Rob­bie William’s daugh­ter Theodora played up for the cam­eras on the steps of Wind­sor Cas­tle.

The pint-sized party over­shad­owed the mas­sive celebrity con­tin­gent at the wed­ding, which in­cluded Naomi Camp­bell, Ricky Martin, Demi Moore and ac­tor Cara Delev­ingne. TURKEY’S govern­ment has told US of­fi­cials it has au­dio and video proof that miss­ing Saudi Ara­bian writer Ja­mal Khashoggi was killed in the Saudi con­sulate in Is­tan­bul, re­ports The Wash­ing­ton Post.

The news­pa­per, for which Khashoggi was a colum­nist, cited anony­mous of­fi­cials say­ing the record­ings show a Saudi se­cu­rity team de­tained the writer when he went to the con­sulate on Oc­to­ber 2 to pick up a doc­u­ment.

A del­e­ga­tion from Saudi Ara­bia ar­rived in Turkey on Fri­day to in­ves­ti­gate the writer’s dis­ap­pear­ance. Saudi Ara­bia de­nies the claims.

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