Na het zien van het door Italië in Rotterdam gewonnen 65ste Eurovisie Songfestival memoreer ik aansluitend aan mijn bericht HET PANORAMA INTERVIEW, SAN MARINO, MIJN DOCUMENTEN D.D. 22 MEI VANAF 1992, DE REACTIE VAN GRAAF CHARLES SPENCER, SCOTLAND YARD EN DE BBC mijn verbindende elementen d.d. 23 mei vanaf 1992 tot en met 2012: 1992 En un lugar de La ManchaTussenrapportage uit El Toboso 1994 De projectleidersvergadering van 19 maart 1990  1995 El Rey Don Juan Carlos de EspañaDoorbraak 1997  The Eurotop in NoordwijkAdreswijziging (1) – Adreswijziging (2) 1999 Actieplan 2002 Vermogenspositie Stichting Cervantes BeneluxEuropese ontwikkelingen 2003 Het Suideras en Huis Baak 2005 Huis ter Duin 2006 Berichtgeving uit de Domstad in het jaaar 1997 2007 Constantino de Miguel  2008 Book Expo Los Angeles op 29 mei 2008 2009 Cerrado de Calderón 2010 Algemene ledenvergadering van de Vereniging van Leden der Nederlandse Ridderorden te Leiden 2011 Verkiezingen voor de Eerste Kamer der Staten.Generaal en de terugkeer van de Partido Popularen 2012 Plasterk.

Voorts ontving ik enkele berichten van de Daily Mail inzake Her Majesty the Queen, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, Prinses Diana, Prins William en  Prins Harry:

The Queen is deeply upset by Harry’s personal attacks The Queen is ‘deeply upset’ by Harry’s ‘very personal’ attacks on her family – especially his comments about Charles’s parenting and ‘suggestion his father knows no better because of how he was raised’. Royal sources say the Monarch has been shaken by Harry’s repeated comments since the Oprah interview. Source said: ‘Harry’s grandmother has taken this very personally and is deeply upset by what Harry has said’. The anger is said to have grown further after his latest barbs during his appearance on The Me You Can’t See. By Jonathan Bucks For The Mail On Sunday Published: 22:00 BST, 22 May 2021 | Updated: 00:15 BST, 23 May 2021

By James Gant and Harry Howard for MailOnline  Prince William today relived his ‘dark days of grief’ after his mother Princess Diana died – just days after the BBC was condemned over Martin Bashir’s deceptions and Harry  unleashed another ‘truth bomb’ attack on the Royals. The Duke of Cambridge remembered how he had been at Balmoral when he heard of the death of his mother in 1997, but said he ‘found comfort and solace in the Scottish outdoors’ as he mourned. But he said these ‘painful’ memories come alongside ‘great joy’ because it was in Scotland, at St Andrews’ University, that William met his now-wife Kate Middleton. William today visited the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh on the second day of his Royal visit in his capacity as the Earl of Strathearn and Lord High Commissioner, a role appointed by the Queen.

Kate Mansey and Glen Owen for the Mail On Sunday The Queen  is to lead a Royal charm offensive to help persuade Scotland to resist the demands of nationalists for independence – with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expected to play a key supporting role. The strategy, which is being discreetly backed by Downing Street, received its effective launch yesterday when the Duke gave a deeply personal speech in which he described the ‘special place’ that Scotland had in his heart, a country which he said held both some of his ‘happiest memories’ and his ‘saddest’. It was at Balmoral where he learned of the death of his mother Diana, in 1997. And it was at St Andrews where he met and fell in love with Kate Middleton. She will join him in Scotland tomorrow as they embark on a week-long tour to win hearts and minds. The Queen is passionate about the union and spends her annual summer break at Balmoral. Her subtle comment about the independence referendum in 2014 – asking people to ‘think carefully about the future’ – while staying at Balmoral, was credited with influencing the vote to remain. In his address yesterday to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh, Prince William not only touched upon some of the most private aspects of his life, but also struck a conciliatory tone.

By Kate Mansey, onboard HMS Queen Elizabeth  Of all the entrances the Queen  could have made for her first solo engagement since the death of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, few could have been more dramatic than her arrival on board the aircraft carrier that bears her name. With choreography that came only a close second to the famous James Bond ‘parachute’ jump at the London2012 Olympics, Her Majesty’s helicopter landed on the deck of HMS Queen Elizabeth, before descending in an enormous open lift flanked by two F-35B fighter jets. It helped that she was wearing a bright red military-style cashmere coat. And in a fitting tribute to Prince Philip, who gave up an illustrious naval career to support the Queen when she ascended the throne, she had chosen to wear the scarab brooch with rubies and diamonds that had been a gift from him in 1996.

Prince Harry volunteered therapy camera new Oprah Apple TV-show By Chloe Morgan For Mailonline Published: 10:07 BST, 23 May 2021 | Updated: 10:42 BST, 23 May 2021

BBC one journalistic lapse falling apart warns Lord Grade Diana-interview-scandal By Shari Miller For Mailonline Published: 10:27 BST, 23 May 2021 | Updated: 11:58 BST, 23 May 2021