According to her, they cook and bake. "Honestly, you get to the end of the day and you write down the list of all the things that you've done in that day". And suddenly this environment we're in catches up on them quite quick", Prince William explained, adding the three-week lockdown in the United Kingdom had been "frustrating" for many people and "pressure, stress and isolation" had been building up.
Prince Harry's comments were branded "outrageous" by expert Professor Karol Sikora (pictured), who asked: 'What are his qualifications for making these comments - other than deserting his country in its hour of need?' "If they had given me the heads up, I would have worn my tiara", he joked.
She is seen calling Reema and Farah Khan Ali's claims false and says that if there is any tweet that is there about muslim genocide, she and her sister will come and apologize. The tweet was reported as hate speech by several users of the social media platform. Post her account suspension, Rangoli had released a statement saying that Twitter is a biased platform that can be avoided.
Lady Gaga is set to bring some of the world's most popular artists and celebrities together for a night of music to benefit coronavirus (COVID-19) relief with One World: Together at Home . The concert is an effort to express solidarity to frontline health workers across the world and proceeds from the event will go to WHO's COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
The concert was organised by the Global Citizen movement and the World Health Organization (WHO). The weekend's online party - backed by the worldwide advocacy organization Global Citizen , in partnership with the World Health Organization - kicked off with a six-hour pre-show streamed online, with stars across the globe including Jennifer Hudson , Matthew McConaughey, Luis Fonsi and Kesha making appearances via video from their homes.
She commended frontline health-care workers and medical professionals during her speech and said that One World: Together at Home would serve ultimately as a "love letter" for medical professionals. We have rounded up the ways you can see the show or live stream it below. So far, Global Citizen has raised over $30 million for the WHO's coronavirus response efforts.