In Britain, at least now, Charles appears a kind of afterthought, a vintage image.The enduring moment from Diana’s funeral 20 years ago is not of Charles but of sons William and Harry, walking behind their mother’s flag-draped casket, their heads bowed as they shuffled forward between immense ranks of mourners, most silent, but some wailing, others nearly hysterical.”Colony Capital founder Tom Barrack, a California businessman and longtime associate of President Trump, shared in a statement that he plans to "help return the Company to its rightful iconic position in the independent film and television industry.” Harvey Weinstein was hit with allegations of almost three decades of sexual harassment Thursday in the 'New York Times.' The mega-producer has long been part of the Hollywood elite.Here, he poses with Sienna Miller at a dinner in 2009.Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance Jr.’s office subsequently decided not to prosecute in that case.Weinstein is also under investigation in London, where the Metropolitan Police said Sunday that a woman reported being assaulted in 2010, 20 by Weinstein.There was a balance, he said, “between me being Prince William and having to do my bit, versus the private William who just wanted to go into a room and cry, who’d lost his mother.” British Princes William and Harry appear in a new documentary to honor the anniversary of their mother's death and recount their reactions to her fatal car crash 20 years ago.
Prince William, left, and Prince Harry, the sons of Diana, Princess of Wales, bow their heads as their mother’s casket is taken out of Westminster Abbey in London after her funeral.
William was a pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance until last month. Or as the Sun put it in a tabloid headline, “From wild nights to fire fights: How Prince Harry became a man.” [Prince Harry says no one in royal family really wants to wear the crown] Once dubbed the Party Prince, the ginger-haired bachelor Harry has settled down, a bit.
He is now dating the American actress Meghan Markle.
(Adam Butler/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images) Since then, the pair has done well.
To recap, the princes got through their teens and survived their roaring 20s without fatal embarrassments.
From left to right, David Parfitt, Donna Gigliotti, Harvey Weinstein, Gwyneth Paltrow, Edward Zwick and Marc Norman all celebrate after receiving the Oscar for best picture for "Shakespeare In Love" during the 71st Annual Academy Awards Sunday, March 21, 1999 in Los Angeles.