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Gossip: This Is The Palace Staff’s Favorite Royal; Why Serena Williams Won’t Celebrate Her Baby’s Birthday

THE PALACE STAFF HAVE A FAVORITE ROYAL AND IT’S NOT PRINCE HARRY OR MEGHAN MARKLE

According to The Crown’s very own Matt Smith (he should know, I guess!), Prince Philip is far and away the favorite of people who spend their lives doting on the royal family. “In the royal house he’s the most popular of all of them. If you’ve talked to any of the staff, Philip’s the one they all love really,” he recently said. “I think more than a lot of them, he’s a bit more of a man of the people.”

Matt also maintained that “The royal protocol hasn’t dogged him in quite the same way his whole life and there’s a sort of rebellion in him and a naughtiness and a cheekiness. I think he’s quite affable and open by all accounts with the staff. They all love him.”

SERENA WILLIAMS EXPLAINS WHY SHE ISN’T CELEBRATING HER DAUGHTER’S FIRST BIRTHDAY

The tennis champion is a Jehovah’s Witness, and recently explained that members of the religion don’t do the whole presents and cake thing. “Olympia doesn’t celebrate birthdays,” Serena said at a press conference. “We’re Jehovah’s Witnesses so we don’t do that.”

PETE DAVIDSON IS SITTING ON WAY MORE MONEY THAN YOU’D EXPECT

Pete’s been on the show since 2014, and Celebrity Net Worth reports that his salary is a generous $15k per episode. Each season of SNL runs for 21 episodes, so [*busts out elementary school multiplication skills*] that means Pete earns approximately $315,000 a year—or a little over a million dollars during his four-year run.

Celebrity Net Worth reports Pete’s net worth as $2 million.

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