Kate Middleton confident for Prince William, Prince Harry compromise
Prince William is said to be looking to end his alleged feud with Prince Harry as Kate Middleton is "hopeful of a reconciliation".
According to The Telegraph, the Duchess of Cambridge reached out to her friends saying that it was not too late to “pull them back in”.
The brothers will meet for the first time face-to-face at their grandfather Prince Philip’s funeral after the Duke and Duchess came out with an explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey.
A royal expert has revealed that the funeral will serve as a means for the two to relive emotions of their mother Princess Diana’s funeral.
Royal expert Penny Juror told FEMAIL: "This is likely to be a very emotional and reflective time for the entire family.
"I am sure that walking behind their grandfather's coffin will bring back difficult memories for William and Harry of losing their mother.
"It will probably ...
Hira Mani vs Esra Bilgic: Who looks more beautiful in Ertugrul Halime Sultan's getup
Pakistan's popular actress Hira Mani stole hearts with her stunning look as she showed off her inner Halime Sultan of the Turkish drama series Diriliş: Ertuğrul.
The versatile actress posted stunning pictures on her Instagram Story Monday in which she is seen wearing famous dresses of the leading Turkish star.
Salman Saqib Sheikh aka Mani's was looking gorgeous as she was dressed head-to-toe in a subdued shade of blue with a statement head piece that looked similar to the one donned by Turkish actor Esra Bilgic in historical series.In another picture, she sported a black dress of the famous character in the drama.
Hira's post triggered a interesting debate on social media as excited fans of both the celebrities began to make their comments about the photos. Some of them admired Pakistani star's beauty, while others praised Turkish actress Esra Bilgic for her famous character and charming beauty.
Pashtoon singer arrested after a video of firing viraled on social media
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) police arrested Pashto singer Neelum Gul on a charge of resorting to aerial firing in Mardan, on Thursday.
According to the police, she indulged in aerial firing to celebrate purchasing a new car.
The singer was arrested after a video of her firing the gun into the air went viral on social media platforms, they said, adding a pistol was recovered from her possession.
The third clause of the ‘Prohibition of Firing and Use of Explosive Substances at Marriage and Other Ceremonies Act, 1988’ bars firing on any occasion.
The clause states: “firing and the use of explosive substances on marriages or other such ceremonies, including political receptions or processions or stray firing at a public place is prohibited”. All violators “shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year or with fine which may extend to Rs10,000 or both.”