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Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie allegedly 'banned' from seeing cousins after Diana and Fergie fell out over shoes

Eugenie and Beatrice were not allowed to see their cousins William and Harry. Brown alleges that this came after a falling out between Fergie and Diana, MyLondon reports. Princess Diana is said to have 'fatwa'd' her sister-in-law 'for revealing she had developed verrucae after borrowing Diana's shoes'.
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Sir David Attenborough beams with pride after receiving high honour from Prince of Wales for services to TV and conservation
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Prince William says royal family 'supports with pride and respect' any future decision made by Queen's overseas realms
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