News Burst 11 September 2019 ~ September 11, 2019 — Rose Rambles…

News Burst 11 September 2019 ~Jeffrey Epstein was a guest at Princess Beatrice’s 18th birthday party at Windsor Castle.~Indonesia urges calm in Papua after two weeks of protests.~Mysterious radio signal detected by high-tech Chinese telescope.~Cybersecurity researcher receives € 2500 from Telegram for uncovering app bug.~Italian Govt wins first of two mandatory confidence vote in Parliament. 

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The Royal Family Commemorates 200th of Queen Victoria’s Birth 2019, Marks The Start Of Summer Tours At The Castle

Buckingham Palace began its official summer tourist season starts here, right this weekend//CRIMSON TAZVINZWA///

Meghan Markle’s tribute to baby Archie in Wimbledon outfit

The Duchess of Sussex made a surprise appearance at Wimbledon on Thursday afternoon to watch her friend Serena Williams play against Kaja Juvan.

Meghan, 37, looked effortlessly chic in her striped blazer by L’Agence with a simple black T-shirt and blue jeans. She accessorised with Finlay & Co’s ‘Henrietta’ sunglasses and her Madewell x Biltmore Panama hat.

Queen Elizabeth set to fete Trump, as she has so many other US presidents

Queen Elizabeth II has met with nearly every American President since Dwight Eisenhower during her more than 67 years on the throne. Next week, she’ll welcome President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump back to the United Kingdom, this time for a rare state visit.

Though the Trumps and the Royal Family are expected to adhere to the highest levels of protocol during the visit, Trump’s remarks ahead of the trip threaten to damage goodwill with the Queen — he publicly insulted her grandson’s wife on the eve of the visit.

During an interview with The Sun, Trump was asked about comments made by Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, ahead of the 2016 election. Speaking on “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore” in 2016, Markle called Trump misogynistic and said his politics are divisive, saying she would move to Canada if he won the presidency.