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Prince Harry ‘offered to help’ royal family amid health crises, but they’ll ‘manage’ without: ex-butler
he undergoes cancer treatment, and Kate Middleton sitting out royal engagements until after March 31 following her abdominal surgery, the royals are having to undergo a major reshuffle.As they navigate their health woes, the Duke of Sussex, 39, has reportedly offered up his services to the royal household, who will “manage” without, according to Grant Harrold, who worked for Charles for seven years when he was the Prince of Wales.“I’m sure Harry has offered to help, but I think at the moment they’re able to carry on and manage as they are — other members of the royal family are available to step in while key figures are recuperating, so it’s unlikely Harry will need to,” Harrold exclusively told The Post.“There’s obviously quite a few members of the royal family — they’re certainly not short of them — who can step up when in need. It’s not impossible for Harry to get more involved, though.”Harrold this week said he believes that the father of two will happily ditch California and step up to help out the royal family — should that be something they’d want him to do.However, it seems as though Harry’s help is not needed, as Prince William, 41, this week took the reins along with Princess Anne, and the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh while the King receives treatment.Queen Camilla, 76, for her part, has reportedly jetted off on a sunny vacation this week after an “exhausting” few weeks of extra official engagements.“As far as the King goes, he’s taking some time out while he has treatment.
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David Lynch’s lost ‘Dune 2’ script has been found – here’s what was in it
Dune sequel has been found, teasing what could have been had the director’s plans for a trilogy come to fruition.Max Evry, the author of ‘A Masterpiece in Disarray: David Lynch’s Dune. An Oral History,’ unearthed the script in July of last year while working on his book, finding it in Frank Herbert’s (the author of Dune and its five sequels) archives at California State University, Fullerton.In an article for WIRED, Evry spoke highly of the Lynch’s script, saying: “He also cracked a way to tell the complex story of Herbert’s 1969 novel Dune Messiah, easily the least cinematic book in the series.”“It may ring of sacrilege to some, but Lynch’s Dune II would have bested Herbert’s book — and been one hell of a movie,” he added.Evry noted various intriguing details about the script, including how it opened with a new set of scenes that don’t feature in Herbert’s novel, picking up in the aftermath of the Harkonnen’s attack on Arrakeen that saw Duncan Idaho (Richard Jordan) killed in action.Lynch’s Messiah would have also revealed that Leonardo Cimino’s mysterious doctor from the first film was actually a major figure from Herbert’s novels: Scytale, a “face-dancer” of the sinister genetically enhanced beings known as the Bene Tleilax.Following the assault on Arrakeen, Scytale takes Idaho’s body and attempts to resurrect him as the clone “Ghola” Hayt.