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  • Prince William talks about mental health and his life for Apple Fitness

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  • Prince William to be next host of Apple Fitness+ ‘Time to Walk’ audio series

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  • Royal family back in spotlight amid BBC airing documentary and Barbados cutting ties

    02:20
  • New book delves into lives of Prince Harry and Prince William

    02:20
  • Author of new book about Prince Harry and Prince William opens up

    04:31
  • Prince William aims to connect emergency workers with mental health resources

    00:50
  • Why Queen Elizabeth's holiday season may look different this year

    02:59
  • Will Oprah Winfrey get Britney Spears for an interview?

    04:21
  • Prince Philip is focus of new documentary: TODAY shares a look

    00:53
  • Queen Elizabeth pulls out of scheduled return to public due to sprained back

    02:26
  • Prince Harry shows support for military at Intrepid ceremony

    01:53
  • Kristen Stewart talks about her engagement and new movie ‘Spencer’

    05:18
  • Why Princess Diana’s cultural impact endures

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  • Queen Elizabeth drives around estate amid rest orders from doctors

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  • Queen Elizabeth’s health raises new concerns

    02:14
  • Queen Elizabeth will skip climate summit due to health concerns

    01:52
  • Queen Elizabeth holds 1st official engagement after hospital stay

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  • Queen Elizabeth back at Windsor Castle after spending night in hospital

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  • Queen cancels visit to Northern Ireland on advice of doctors

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  • Prince William to pay tribute to Diana Tuesday night

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Olympian fell just to get Prince Harry’s attention, Dylan jokes

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Prince Harry came to the rescue of 86-year-old Sylvia Disley after she took a spill while on stage for a medal presentation at the London Marathon. But on TODAY’s Take, Dylan Dreyer thinks there could be more to this story, and jokes that the former Olympian fell on purpose just so Harry would come to her rescue.