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And so the Oprah interview with Meghan and Prince Harry moves towards us like a horror film. A clip suggests that the Duchess has talked about how she had to leave an "unsurvivable situation". Poor thing! The living hell of that £32 million wedding and the much-restored Frogmore Cottage. Meanwhile, 'Haz' tells Oprah that "things have been unbelievably tough" for him and his wife. Have they noticed there's a global pandemic on? Then there is the timing. Harry's 99-year-old grandfather is in hospital. You might think the Queen has enough to deal with without her family being cast, by a woman who joined them for less than two years, as a chilly cross between the Addamses and the Borgias.
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The Mausoleum of Augustus has today reopened, after decades of neglect. The vast funerary monument, once the resting place of Rome’s emperors, is to reopen to visitors from today after a €12 million restoration. It has taken five years to restore the Mausoleum of Augustus, a fortress-like tomb for one of the greatest of all Roman emperors, as well as his successors. Over the past century the mausoleum – the biggest circular funerary monument in the world – has fallen into disrepair, covered in overgrown bushes and trees. Now, with the help of a €8 million donation from TIM, an Italian telecommunications company, it has finally reopened to the public in all its glory. “Finally the Mausoleum of Augustus is reopening and we are restoring to the world a jewel of humanity’s heritage after many years of closure,” said Virginia Raggi, the mayor of Rome. “Rome needs to make the most of its past in order to look to the future.”
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Whatever you think about Hilaria Baldwin – even if it is absolutely nothing at all, which it probably is – you have to respect her work ethic. Barely six weeks ago, the podcaster, yoga instructor, author and wife of Alec Baldwin beguiled the internet with ‘Hilaria Baldwin and the Case of the Made Up Spanishness’, a thrilling mystery for a locked-down world involving sketchy claims of Latina heritage, vocal intonations and the word “cucumber.” Suffice to say, eagle-eyed and bat-eared social media users cracked it. How would Hilaria follow-up? Did she have any more tricks up her billowing flamenco sleeves? Was she down for the count? Was she ever. Now, in this quiet first week in March, she is back, turning the internet into one giant monocle-wearing-emoji once again with ‘Hilaria Baldwin and the Case of the Mystery Extra Baby’, a story just as bewitching, just as inexplicable, and just as gripping as the first.
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