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UK princes William and Harry denounce 'offensive' newspaper report

Reuters Monday, 13 January 2020
Britain's Prince William and his younger brother Harry publicly denounced an "offensive" newspaper report about their relationship on Monday, as the royals met for crunch talks to discuss the future roles of Harry and his American wife Meghan.
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