The remarkable production design, by Guy Hendrix Dyas, turns the interiors of Sandringham into a profusion of textures that dance before our eyes — the patterned curtains and gilded wallpaper, the carved paneling, the warm light of the chandeliers, the paintings and upholstery and mirrors and knickknacks.

‘I wanted to tell you that I really couldn’t have done all of that without your help and in fact, all the help that you helped me with when we were younger is still helping me today, right now. And that’s super cool,’ Steve said.

Quite an achievement at a time when climate change issues have never been more crucial — but, increasingly, sucks the activists seem little more than an irritating ragbag of Swampys and Henriettas amusing themselves between cider binges and trips to Reading Festival to abandon a tent and God knows what else in a field when no one is looking.

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The consumption of food — fresh, sweet, savory, luscious, opulent in its abundance — will be at the center of the festivities. It’s all in preparation for the three-day Christmas weekend, which the British royal family will be spending at Sandringham.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry still travels in private jets, Emma Watson still takes helicopters, Allegra Stratton — government spokesperson for the COP26 climate summit — continues to drive a diesel car because it ‘suits me better’ than an electric one.

As part of the revamp, Islanders are offered comprehensive psychological support, webraovat.com detailed conversations with Islanders regarding the impact of participation on the show and a proactive aftercare package which offers support.

It just seemed like the right time,’ Steve told DailyMail.com. I wish I had a cool answer for this, but I just – I did it for like seven years and it just seemed like time to go. ‘Everyone wants there to be a dramatic answer and there’s not.

She says that it’s dangerous. She goes to visit her old house, which is all boarded up, and she realizes that she was more of herself back then than she is now.

That said, in all the conflicts she has with Charles, who is played by Jack Farthing as a man of brutal limitation, there’s one she’s driven not to compromise on: She does not want her sons to become part of their father’s pheasant-hunting brigade. But an encounter with a scarecrow, nicknamed Bertie, that she remembers from her youth, when she was Diana Spencer, sets off something in her. For most of the movie, she has no idea that she can.

I was in every take of every show every day for all those years on a blue screen, so I was like, I just didn’t have any more performance left in the show business land.  ‘To be honest with you, I was just really burned out.

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She had turned into our real-life media-age Cinderella. But “Spencer” is a film with the daring, and the imagination, to portray Diana not as a “princess,” or as a rebel princess either, but as the idiosyncratic flesh-and-blood woman she was, and the movie creates a kind of dream projection of her inner life.

Now the XR lunatic fringe has made caring about climate change look unhinged and irrational — catastrophic at a time when there is an urgent need to capture the hearts and minds of a reluctant public, and not turn them off with showboating acts of civil disobedience.

She’s right, but the real problem is what she won’t say: that she feels like she’s one of the pheasants, and that the habit of hunting, and the way that it’s linked to the royals’ tradition of “military” discipline (though a real soldier doesn’t get his prey paraded right in front of him), incarnates everything that’s wrong with them.

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She transforms; she changes her aspect, her rhythm, her karma. Kristen Stewart doesn’t just do an impersonation (though on the level of impersonation she’s superb). Watching her play Diana, we see an echo, perhaps, of Stewart’s own ambivalent relationship to stardom — the way that she’ll stand on an awards podium, chewing her lip, reveling in the attention even as she’s slightly uncomfortable with it (and even as she makes that distrust of the limelight a key element of her stardom). And here’s the beauty part: Right off, we feel as if we’re seeing…Diana.

The real thing.