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Kate Middleton praised by expert for 'great' Earthshot speech

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Royal author Phil Dampier said the Sussexes, who are living in California after quitting royal duties, “could try to steal their thunder”. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to travel across the pond for William’s Earthshot Prize awards ceremony, which takes place in America in 2022.

Mr Dampier told The Sun: “I don’t think William and Kate would want to meet up with Harry and Meghan, who could try and steal their thunder on the Earthshot project.

“They are very much rivals now, not brothers in arms, and I’m afraid I can’t see a reconciliation soon.

“If Harry dropped his book project and admitted some of his and Meghan’s comments were over the top there might be some progress, but I can’t see it happening.

“William and Kate have always been very popular in the US but have not been there for some time so they will want to boost their profile and next year, during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee year, would be a golden opportunity.”

The inaugural Earthshot Prize awards ceremony took place in London earlier this month.

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Queen ‘determined’ to return to hobby

The Queen may have to stop horse riding until the spring, but royal sources have said the monarch is “determined” to return to her beloved hobby.

It comes after Her Majesty spent Wednesday night in hospital last week and cancelled engagements after being told by doctors to rest. 

A royal source said: “The Queen is sad she can not get out on her horse, which is one of her favourite pastimes, but she is resting and taking every precaution to get back to full fitness.

“However, she is very determined to be back riding as soon as possible and in no way does she feel her riding days are behind her.”

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