‘EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Coptic bishop involved in a legal dispute following Harry and Meghan’s wedding

‘EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Coptic bishop involved in a legal dispute following Harry and Meghan’s wedding

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: A legal dispute involving a Coptic bishop from Harry and Meghan’s weddingFor The Daily Mail, by Richard Eden Revised: 16:45, August 29, 2023 EDT

He was observed by millions of people worldwide when he led a prayer during the nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Archbishop Anba Angaelos is currently playing a much less desired role.I can reveal that the priest, who serves as the bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church in Britain, has become embroiled in a court fight over a contested will.

Liping Liu, a beauty therapist, claims that despite Alphons Guirgues’ repeated promises to leave her two London apartments, he instead gave his properties to the Coptic Orthodox Church Center.Additionally, the executors of the late Mr. Guirgues’ estate, Rania Tadros and the archbishop, who received an OBE in 2015, are mentioned in Ms. Liu’s High Court lawsuit.She claims that before he passed away, Mr. Guirgues assured her that she would be affluent and well-cared for in his will.

But when he passed away from cancer in 2021, she learned that he had given the church center his two flats, which were worth a combined total of more than £800,000.She is requesting that the two apartments be given to her in full ownership. According to a High Court lawsuit, Ms. Liu met Mr. Guirgues over a Skype call while she was employed as a beauty therapist in China and then traveled to Egypt to meet him.A month later, he declared his love for her and asked her to move in with him in Egypt. She was informed that he was affluent and that he owned homes in both London and Brussels. He promised her that if she took care of him, he would take care of her financially and leave her two flats in Belgium as well as the London apartments.

She does not, however, claim the Belgian apartments. The archbishop’s spokesperson (above) emphasizes that no legal action has been taken against him personally or against the Coptic Orthodox Church, which is based in Hertfordshire. George Clooney has been such an outspoken supporter of the Hollywood strikes that he gave at least £1 million to help his unemployed coworkers.

Despite being prohibited from doing any promotional work during the disagreement, the two-time Oscar winner has now devised a cunning plan to attend the Venice International Film Festival. Clooney, 62, is in the Italian city to serve as a “plus one” for his wife, British human rights attorney Amal, 45, who will be honored tomorrow at the Diane von Furstenberg DVF Awards for her activist work. According to a source, George will not violate the rules because he is traveling with her.

Clooney, who resides in a £12 million home in Berkshire by the Thames with Amal and their twins, Alex and Ella, termed the Hollywood protests a “inflection point” in the movie industry. For our industry to thrive, he proclaimed, “that has to change.” “For actors, that begins right now.”Princess Maria Chiara of Bourbon Two Sicilies, Duchess of Noto and Capri partied while on vacation with Prince Michael of Kent this summer, but she won’t be attending a royal wedding anytime soon.

The 18-year-old Italian royal (right) openly denied rumors that she was dating Prince Christian of Denmark yesterday.She said, “At first, this situation made me smile.” But as time went on, this rumor spiraled out of control and was at odds with reality, going beyond the bounds of common reason.

Even though we all like to daydream about fairy tales, reality is what really counts. Dame Joan Collins responds, “Some of the husbands,” when asked whether she has any regrets. Two of them were good; they gave me kids. Two of them, though, weren’t. The Dynasty star has three children from her previous marriages to American businessman Ron Kass and actor and singer Anthony Newley. She is currently happily married to husband number five, Percy Gibson.

With her first husband, the Northern Irish actor Maxwell Reed, or her fourth husband, the former singer Peter Holm, she never had children. Patsy, played by Dame Joanna Lumley in the movie Absolutely Fabulous, didn’t eat, and it appears that Patsy is very much like that in real life.

Ruby Wax, one of her friends, spent ten days filming a desert island survival show in Madagascar last year. Ruby quips that because Joanna has little interest in eating, Lumley’s program, which was produced nearly 30 years ago, was simpler for Joanna to handle alone. ‘Joanna didn’t eat, she doesn’t get hungry like the rest of us,’ says Ruby.She’s the only one who has ever done it, and everything she instructed me to do, like turning a bra into a pair of shoes, was absurd and of absolutely no use.

I stabbed a crab with a knife because I was famished while under cyclone circumstances. Let’s hope that King Charles can grin at his 75th celebration in November.John Brinkley, who once threw a celebration on the King’s birthday, remembers his underwhelmed response. ‘Charles had his 39th birthday here, which Fergie organized, and I remember him looking pretty bored, I guess actually with Diana,’ recalls John, who has been running Brinkley’s restaurant in Chelsea, west London, for almost 40 years. King Charles is looking for a “recruitment adviser” who can handle “often unique challenges” as he mulls over whether to reassign his contentious former right-hand man, Michael Fawcett, for a third time.

The position, which is based at Buckingham Palace, pays up to £35,000 year, plus benefits. The chosen applicant will work with a “relatively new specialist recruitment team.” ‘We’re searching for an experienced recruiting specialist to oversee a wide variety of recruitment initiatives for the Royal Household and Royal Collection Trust,’ the advertisement on the official website of the monarchy reads.It happens as the Palace reduces employees. Over the weekend, The Mail on Sunday reported that The King intends to fire an estimated one in five middle managers.

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