In last night's ITV documentary, Meghan Markle described how she and Harry decided to push back against criticism after she realised the 'damaging' impact of burying emotions. Meghan also revealed that she was once told to end her relationship with Harry by UK friends who warned that scrutiny by the British media would 'destroy your life'. In her first on-screen interview since becoming a mother, the American former actress insisted that she had 'no idea' about the level of attention she would face. Appearing to hold back tears, Meghan admitted feeling 'vulnerable' during her pregnancy with Archie under the media spotlight. In a more light-hearted moment, the Duchess revealed her pet nickname for Prince Harry, saying that she refers to him as 'H'.
'William and I are on different paths… brothers have good days and bad days': Prince Harry appears to confirm rift with sibling in revealing interview as he hits out at press and says 'I won't be bullied into playing game that killed my mum'
Speaking in an hour-long ITV documentary, filmed during his and Meghan's trip to Africa, the Duke of Sussex acknowledged tensions with his older brother for the first time. Speculation has raged about the state of Harry and William's relationship in recent months, following the break-up of the so-called 'Fab Four'. And in a candid interview, Harry pointedly failed to deny the rift, adding: 'As brothers you have good days and bad days.' He said: 'Part of this role, part of this job and this family being under the pressure it is under, inevitably stuff happens. But look, we are brothers, we will always be brothers. We are certainly on different paths at the moment but I will always be there for him and, as I know, he will always be there for me.
No10 warns Brexit deal could be DEAD if Labour and Remainers force through customs union amendment - as Boris Johnson faces week of 'guerrilla warfare' with Speaker John Bercow set to block him from holding crunch vote again today
Westminster is bracing for 'Hell Week' as Boris Johnson (pictured top) tries to force the package through Parliament, with threats of all-night sittings. However, Commons Speaker John Bercow looks set to infuriate ministers by refusing to allow a showdown vote this afternoon. MPs denied the PM 'in principle' approval for his deal over the weekend, obliging him to ask the EU for an extension. And Mr Bercow is is expected to refuse another bid later, with Tories accusing the Speaker of 'sabotage' to stop Brexit and branding him a 'poor man's Cromwell'. It would again delay the moment of truth on Mr Johnson's deal, with legislation expected to be published later before key votes due tomorrow. Ministers now believe they have the numbers to force the package through with support from around 15 Labour MPs, after three years of bitter wrangling and delays. But Jeremy Corbyn (pictured bottom today) and other opposition parties could yet team up to wreck the process, with 'guerrilla warfare' plots to trigger votes on a second referendum and the whole UK staying in the EU customs union. No10 delivered a stark message that such fundamental changes would effectively kill the deal.
Wild West Britain's latest victims: The two 17-year-old boys stabbed to death in mass brawl outside house party at £600k home in Milton Keynes after fight over 'gatecrashers'
A double murder investigation has been launched following the deaths of two teenage boys in Milton Keynes. The two boys have been named as Ben Gillham-Rice (left) and Dominic Ansah (right) Neighbours in the area claimed a house party was being held at the £600,000 home and say that the killings are 'gang related'. Crews attended a property in Archford Croft (bottom centre) after reports of a stabbing taking place. Detective Chief Superintendent Ian Hunter said there had been around 15 to 20 people at the party and that 'the people directly involved in this incident are all likely to have known each other'.
People's Vote... or a zombie protest? ROBERT HARDMAN says the thousands in Parliament Square seemed as weary of Brexit as the rest of us
ROBERT HARDMAN: Even among these well-shod, well-organised Remainer diehards, there was no concealing the signs of protest fatigue this weekend. So if this lot are starting to tire of the Brexit debate, imagine how everyone else is feeling. Aerial view of the anti-Brexit protest in Parliament Square, London, on Saturday (left). Carnival float depicting the PM's adviser Dominic Cummings with a giant hand up the rear of a puppet-sized Boris Johnson (top right). Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaking during a Brexit debate inside the House of Commons on Saturday (inset). A pro-Brexit supporter argues with pro-Remainer outside the House of Commons on Saturday (bottom right).
Calls for Europe to block a Brexit delay grow: Exasperated EU politicians insist Britain must 'finally reach a decision' after MPs blocked deal and Boris Johnson refused to sign extension letter
Boris Johnson last night sent a reluctant, unsigned request to extend the Brexit process beyond October 31 after MPs failed to back his deal at Westminster yesterday. The PM insists he does not want the delay and will try to force his deal through Parliament this week, setting up a series of knife-edge votes in the Commons. Today there were growing calls in Europe to bring the three-year Brexit process to an end this month - which could leave Britain facing a No Deal exit if Mr Johnson cannot win support for his deal. 'We need a yes or no from Britain on the Brexit agreement,' said Emmanuel Macron's European affairs minister Amelie de Montchalin. Mr Macron has long been impatient with Britain - lobbying EU leaders in April to limit the current extension to six months rather than a year - and his office said last night that a further delay would be 'in no-one's interest'. In Germany, senior Social Democrat MP Achim Post said it was time for Britain to 'finally reach a decision' and said any extension granted this month should be the last. All 27 EU governments would need to approve a further Article 50 extension - meaning it would only take one country to object to block a delay.
Brexit Party politician, 65, who fears civilisation could collapse at any moment creates 'survive and thrive' farm where 100 people could live if they pay him up to £100,000 a year EACH
Peter Dawe (middle), 65, fears climate change, political unrest and famine pose a real threat to the future of civilisation in this country. So the former tech entrepreneur has bought a 1,500-acre farm (bottom right) in Norfolk and is transforming into a 'self-sustainable' community for like-minded 'survivalists.' Today, the project called Beat the Bear boasts an orchard, flour mill (top left), solar panels and livestock (top right and bottom left) and the hope is to start a community garden for fruit and vegetables.
Baby number TWENTY-TWO for Britain's biggest family! Supermum Sue Radford, 44, is pregnant again a year after declaring she would stop
Sue Radford, 44, and her husband Noel, 48, posted a YouTube clip on Sunday showing her latest ultrasound (pictured). It comes after the pair from Morecambe (inset with the rest of their family), Lancashire, said that after their last child in 2018 there would be no more. In the video, Mrs Radford said: 'So now you know guys, we're having a baby. We're just coming up to 15 weeks pregnant and we'll be able to find out the gender of the baby soon.' Mrs Radford said her child is due in April and disclosed she would like a little boy, adding: 'I wonder if it will be 11 of each - I am feeling a bit boy.'
Father-of-10, 55, died after collapsing next to entrance to hospital's A&E department - because medical staff 'weren't allowed to treat patients outside and told his family to call 999 instead'
Paul James (pictured left), 55, collapsed in front of the A&E department at New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton (file image right). His daughter Megan, 20, (inset) and partner Emma Machin, 32, claim they rushed inside to get help - but were told they could not treat patients outside. The family claims the receptionist told them to ring an ambulance instead as doctors were not prepared to leave their posts. Ms Machin said: 'The hospital failed him. He died because they wouldn't help and we intend to make them pay for that.'
Boy, 17, is paralysed from neck down when his pet dog pulls out cushion while they play on sofa to send him falling head-first onto tiled floor
Harvey Leyland (pictured, right) suffered a seizure at his home in Wigan, Greater Manchester, after his American bulldog (pictured, left, with Harvey before the accident) yanked the cushion from underneath him and his spinal cord was crushed. Before the accident, he had been an active teenager who regularly showed horses and could often be found down at his local stables, but he is now unable to move without the help of a wheelchair he operates with his chin (inset, Harvey in hospital). Four weeks ago, he regained control of his right index finger, but doctors couldn't find any signals going to nerves in the left-hand side of his body and believe that he will never regain the ability to move.
Double trouble... trebled! Identical brothers, 35, have three sets of twins between them over just two years in UK first
Identical brothers John and Dave Winstanley are now the proud fathers of three sets of non-identical twin brothers between them. John Winstanley, right, is father to twins sets James and Joshua, right and centre, and Jack and Joel, bottom right. His brother Dave is father of Seth and Jake, top left, making three twin sets between them. It is believed to be the first time this has happened in the UK. Even their partners bear a close resemblance to each other. The three sets of twins arrived in under two years - meaning the newborn baby routine of nappies, bottles and sleepless nights hit the brothers like a whirlwind. The pair, from Congleton, Cheshire, were stunned when their partners became pregnant within months of each other.
The fake-skin cover that makes your phone TICKLISH: Scientists create case that reacts like flesh when pinched and caressed
Scientists have developed a prototype skin that they say can wrap around devices such as smartphones and make them ticklish for people using them. The prototype, which has been designed to look like and mimic human skin, responds to different forms of human contact such as tickling, caressing and pinching. Skin-On interface can be attached to mobile phones, wearable devices and laptop touchpads. The technology was developed by researchers at the University of Bristol in partnership with Telecomm ParisTech and Sorbonne University in Paris. The team says their work opens the door for a possible future with 'anthropomorphic devices' - where gizmos have human characteristics.
Inside the Royal tuk-tuk! New video shows Kate and William giggling as they travel by traditional taxi on their triumphant Pakistan tour
Kate is heard saying 'too funny' as she and William board the vehicle, which had British and Pakistani flags painted behind the seats. As a woman is heard saying 'enjoy', the duchess replies 'thank you so much, we'll see you there' before the video cuts to highlights of the tour. The five-day trip has been widely seen as a success and was described by Kate as 'special and amazing' in a rare TV interview.
Topless Extinction Rebellion protesters cover themselves in fake oil to demonstrate against National Portrait Gallery's BP sponsorship deal
Demonstrators from the eco-warrior group teamed up with BP or Not BP? and Culture Unstained as a black liquid was poured on them in the Ondaatje Wing of the London gallery at 4.15pm. The protesters curled up in the foetal position (left, right and main) as others coated them in the 'oil' in front of a BP-sponsored art display. The XR action called Crude Truth came at the end of the BP Portrait Award exhibition. An activist chanted 'NGP, drop BP' during the five-minute protest that saw three people lying down on a plastic sheet.
Shocking moment drunk Southampton University students sing 'sickening' racist song on a bus while on football club night out
Members of Mayflower FC can be heard singing 'there was one naked n***** on the bus,' in a video posted to Snapchat. The disgusting slurs were chanted as the group made their way to the Oceana, a nightclub in Southampton city centre, on Wednesday evening last week. The student who posted the video told the student paper, The Soton Tab : 'I never intended to say the word. I was drunk. I'm not racist.' The club has since confirmed that the player who filmed and participated in the chanting will be removed from the club.
Alesha MacPhail's teenage killer attended a school assembly on child abduction three years before he snatched the six-year-old from her bed and murdered her
Aaron Campbell was among the pupils sat in an assembly as they were taught about the impact the loss of a child can have. Just three years later, Campbell raped and murdered little Alesha after taking her from her bed just a few days after she arrived on theAaron Campbell (pictured right) was among the pupils who listened to the talk which discussed the impact the loss of a child can have on parents and families. Just three years later, Campbell raped and murdered little Alesha (left) after taking her from her bed just a few days after she arrived on the Isle of Bute last July. He then left her body on a patch of wasteland. Charity founder Sandra Brown (inset) has told of her horror at finding out Campbell was in the audience when she spoke to pupils on Bute. 'How anyone so young could hear about the heartbreak sexual ¬predators can cause and the devastation for families left without their child then go out and do what he did is utterly incomprehensible,' she said on Monday. Isle of Bute last July. He then left her body on a patch of wasteland.
My dad was the man who launched a million crazy conspiracy theories: Prankster's son recalls the day his father admitted HE was behind crop circle craze after he kept finding ears of corn on kitchen table
Jim Chorley, 48, (inset) grew up unaware that his father Dave Chorley (pictured together top right) was one of the 20th century's most infamous pranksters. Dave and his pal Doug Bower (pictured together bottom right) hatched a plot to start drawing crop circles in the 1970s and 1980s in Winchester - and their handiwork made headlines around the world. In 1991 Doug and Dave made front pages of national newspapers when they unmasked themselves as the creators of the original circles. They were hailed 'the men who fooled the world' who had used simple tools including a plank of wood, rope, and wire to help them walk in a straight line. Bower and Chorley claimed to be responsible for all circles made prior to 1987, and for more than 200 crop circles in 1978-91.
Vegan blogger jailed for harassing his ex is back behind bars for ringing her 50 times a day within weeks of his release
Kyle O'Sullivan (pictured left) has been jailed for 16 months after harassing his ex-girlfriend Catherine Kendall (pictured right and inset) with texts calling her a 'f***ing snake' just weeks after being released from jail. He broke his indefinite restraining order, Warwick Crown Court heard. He previously told Catherine: 'I just want to hurt you so f****ng badly. I want to strange you so the blood comes out of your eyes.' Vegan rap artist O'Sullivan demanded to know if she was sleeping with anyone and pulled up in front of her in a Coventry Sainsbury's car park while on license from his sentence.
Cristiano Ronaldo's DNA was matched to evidence in the Vegas rape case and he told his lawyers his accuser had told him to 'stop', leaked emails claim
In a tranche of emails between police and prosecutors during the investigation, Las Vegas detective Jeffrey Guyer wrote: 'DNA is back and is a match,' a report claims (pictured: Cristiano Ronaldo, left; Kathryn Mayorga, right). The footballer, 34, was told in July he would not face criminal charges after former model Kathryn Mayorga claimed she was raped by him in 2009 in a Las Vegas suite. According to The Sun, leaked emails also show that Ronaldo told his legal team Ms Mayorga had said 'no' and 'stop.' American model-turned-teacher Ms Mayorga claimed Ronaldo had raped her in the Hotel Palms Place after they met on a night out and she agreed to go back to his hotel room.
Frantic rescue mission is launched to save four divers who have been trapped underground in half-mile deep cave for 48 hours after getting lost
The four Portuguese explorers were 'located' this morning, 48 hours after they entered the Cueto-Coventosa caves in northern Spain for an expedition on Saturday. Last night another four specialists launched a rescue mission but could barely make it 50 yards inside because of high water levels. Rescuers are now waiting for the water level to drop so they can reach them. Pictured above: emergency workers in red uniforms carrying ropes and flashlights clamber over rocks as they search the cave.
Dogs rip chunks from each and their fur turns blood red in vicious arena fighting while young children film the action on their smartphones in Kyrgyzstan
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The bouts were staged at an arena in the capital city of Bishkek on Sunday with owners marshalling their colossal Central Asian Shepherds in bloody fights. Many of the spectators, including children, filmed the fights on their smartphones with white fur soon turning blood red. The huge dogs, weighing up to 220lbs are known locally as Alabai, are pitted against each other to test their worthiness, breeders claim.
Queen Letizia of Spain and King Felipe VI set off on Japanese visit to see the enthronement of Emperor Naruhito
King Felipe and Queen Letizia, who departed from Madrid airport in Spain, are invited to Tuesday's official enthronement ceremony in Tokyo of the Japanese Emperor Naruhito. Queen Letizia looked smart in a black suit, matching heels and minimal accessories whilst her husband wore a navy suit and blue tie for the airport appearance. Though not an official state visit, Felipe VI will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe before the enthronement.