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  • Viral hairbrush cleaning hack could explain why your hair gets so greasy

    A woman set out to find out how much dirt hairbrushes have on them and the results are pretty shocking. Credit: @everything_tidy via TikTok

  • Prince of Wales arrives in Barbados

    Prince Charles arrived in Barbados aboard The Voyager which landed early this morning. He is visiting the country to mark its transition to a republic within the Commonwealth. .

  • Man quits job to trek from Siberia to London

    Nikita Gretsi, a 23-year-old restaurant manager, quit his job and used his life savings to fund a 15,000km wild horse trek from Siberia to London. Despite falling off a cliff, facing -60C temperatures cold enough to freeze the lungs, and riding along Russia's precarious "Road of Bones", he said he has had moments of "pure joy".

  • Cyber Week deals parents can still shop today

    Join In The Know's Jeanine Edwards and Laura Clark as they share the best products for parents and their children each week.

  • Women's Aid launch new campaign to raise awareness of coercive control

    The charity has developed a spoof game show, ‘Spot The Abuse’, to help educate people about the signs of coercive control.

  • William shares personal account of mental health issues

    The Duke of Cambridge has hailed an "unprecedented agreement" signed by the emergency services to adopt a package of mental health support for their workers. Speaking during the Royal Foundation's Emergency Services Mental Health Symposium in London, Prince William shared a personal account of the mental health issues he faced when flying helicopters for RAF Search and Rescue and later the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

  • The best Black Friday kitchen deals to shop ASAP

    In The Know Cooking Editor Ellie Conley is just in time to share some of the hottest Black Friday kitchen deals that you should shop! This episode of In The Know Live: Cooking originally aired on Nov. 23 2021. Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

  • Video uses voices of celebrities who died of pancreatic cancer to raise awareness

    The animation uses the voices of famous faces including Patrick Swayze, Sir John Hurt and Alan Rickman who all sadly died of the illness.

  • Prince Charles opens AstraZeneca research centre

    The Prince of Wales has unveiled a plaque to mark the opening of AstraZeneca's new global research centre in Cambridge. In his speech, he remarked on his own time at Cambridge University before congratulating AstraZeneca for everything they had achieved during the last two years.

  • Prince Charles chats with market traders in Cambridge

    The Prince of Wales visited Cambridge Market on Tuesday, talking to traders about their stalls and shaking hands with members of the public who had come to see him. After speaking to one trader about their jollof rice recipe, he declined a sample to taste, telling them "I know what will happen, it'll blow my head off!".

  • Prince William attends the Tusk Conservation Awards

    The Duke of Cambridge attended the Tusk Conservation Awards ceremony last night, held at the BFI Southbank in London. He presented the award winners before giving a speech about the challenges African conservation has faced throughout the pandemic. .

  • Scarlett Johansson lookalike gets 10.2million followers on TikTok

    A Russian Scarlett Johansson lookalike has taken TikTok by storm. Yekaterina Shumskaya has racked up 10.2 million followers to her social media channels, after playing on her likeness to the Avengers actress. Since her first post in February, she has been hired by an agency to represent her and is now managing to support her family, having relocated to Moscow.

  • Duchess reads to kids at historic Bibliotheca Alexandrina

    The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall have visited Jesuit Cultural Centre in Alexandria, Egypt, on the last day of their royal tour in the Middle East. Later, they toured the Bibliotheca Alexandrina - one of the largest and most significant libraries of the ancient world - where the Duche The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall have visited Jesuit Cultural Centre in Alexandria, Egypt, on the last day of their royal tour in the Middle East. Later, they toured the Bibliotheca Alexandrina - one of the largest and most significant libraries of the ancient world - where the Duchess read to a group of young children. ss read to a group of young children. .

  • Duchess reads to kids at historic Bibliothec Alexandrina

    The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall have visited Jesuit Cultural Centre in Alexandria, Egypt, on the last day of their royal tour in the Middle East. Later, they toured the Bibliotheca Alexandrina - one of the largest and most significant libraries of the ancient world - where the Duchess read to a group of young children.

  • Duchess of Cornwall pets animals during Cairo hospital visit

    The Duchess of Cornwall has officially opened Brooke Veterinary Hospital in Cairo, Egypt - where she petted some of the animals before visiting the outpatients clinic and farrier's workshop.

  • Twaydabae tries TikTok's upside down pizza

    Upside down pizza is all the rage on TikTok, but does it live up to the hype?

  • Prince William glad he wasn't butt of jokes at Royal Variety

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have met with Royal Variety Show performers including Sir Rod Stewart, Ed Sheeran and Bill Bailey at the Royal Albert Hall. Prince William also admitted he was relieved not to have been the butt of comedians' jokes, adding that he "chuckled away" at a quip about Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

  • Adorable kids' accessories from Native American-owned shops

    Join In The Know's Laura as she shares these Native American-owned shops that are selling cute accessories for kids! This episode of In The Know Live: Parenting originally aired on Nov. 16, 2021. Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

  • Prince Charles: Faith 'calls us to steward natural world'

    The Prince of Wales has attended a UK-Egypt reception in Cairo this evening, against a scenic backdrop of the Pyramids of Giza. In his speech, Prince Charles used teachings from Abrahamic faiths to encourage the "preserving and nurturing" of the "natural world".

  • Charles and Camilla enjoy sunset tour of Great Pyramids

    Prince Charles and Camilla have been given a sunset tour of Egypt's Great Pyramids and Sphinx of Giza, as the sky turned pink across the desert. Earlier on Thursday, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visited the Al Azhar Mosque in Cairo - one of the oldest Islamic buildings in the world. .

  • Prince William speaks to ranger about poaching problem

    Prince William visited Microsoft HQ this afternoon to see how technology can help with the detection of illegal wildlife products. Whilst there he spoke to a wildlife ranger about the effect of the pandemic on poaching before trying out the technology used to spot illegal products in luggage.

  • Camilla given a rooftop performance in Cairo

    After arriving in Cairo this morning, the Duchess of Cornwall met a group of women from community group 'Button Up' on a rooftop in the city. Whilst there, the Duchess was shown eco-friendly products made by the women and also potted a plant, before watching a show performed by the community. .

  • Charles meets Egyptian president as tour gets underway

    The Prince of Wales has met with Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, as his 2-day tour of the country got underway. Charles arrived in Cairo with the Duchess of Cornwall and Their Royal Highnesses were welcomed to the Al-Ittihadiya Palace by the president and First Lady Entissar Amer.

  • Charles and Camilla leave for Egypt

    Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall departed from Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan. They will now head to Cairo, Egypt for the second leg of their first royal tour since the pandemic. .

  • Prince William thanks Overseas Territories for climate work

    Prince William attended the closing reception of this year's Joint Ministerial Council at the FCDO in London last night, where he met delegates from British Overseas Territories. In his speech he highlighted the "impressive way" the Overseas Territories are "working to tackle climate change".

  • Crisp up your food with this selection of air fryers on Amazon

    Join In The Know Cooking Editor Ellie for a look at some of the best air fryers on Amazon! This episode of In The Know Live: Kitchen Gadgets originally aired on Nov. 9, 2021. Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.