Prince Charles, about to become a grandfather any day now, added to his cuddly credentials when he and his wife, Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, met Doctor Who and some Daleks at the long-running British sci-fi series’ set in Wales. The images were irresistible: The Prince of Wales, the next king, and his wife, the next queen consort, grinning and posing next to a couple of Daleks, the mutant-cyborg creatures shaped like upside-down garbage cans that are among the many wacky foes of Doctor Who, celebrating its 50th anniversary at the show’s studio in Cardiff, Wales
History’s most famous suicide happened more than 2,000 years ago: rather than surrender to the Romans who had captured her Egypt, the lovelorn Queen Cleopatra succumbed to the venomous bite of an asp. Ancient historians chronicled the act, Shakespeare dramatized it, and HBO even added its own to spin to the tragedy with the lavish TV series “Rome.” Yet while we may know how Cleopatra died of snake poison, after her consort Mark Antony fell on his sword, archaeologists have yet to pin down where the legendary couple was laid to rest.
He is a millionaire many times over but lives in two small, slovenly kept hotel rooms. He travels with the fastest crowd in the country but rarely drinks and never snorts or smokes