"I would also like to take this opportunity to say hi to all the guys in A Squadron of the Household Cavalry, who are serving out in Iraq at the moment.
"I wish I was there with you. I'm sorry I can't be. But to all of those on operations at the moment, we'd both like to say 'Stay safe.' "
Harry, a second lieutenant in the regiment, was banned from going to Iraq for security reasons.
The crowd cheered as Elton John took to the piano to sing "Your Song" - and took to their feet when the princes introduced one of their mother's favorite bands, Duran Duran.
William said the concert was a chance for people to "remember all the good things about her because she's not here to defend herself when she gets criticized."
Tickets for the concert cost $90, with proceeds going to causes Diana supported, including land-mine and AIDS charities.
- Associated Press
'Ratatouille' debuts at No. 1
A Disney rodent not named Mickey made it to the top of the box office this weekend.
Ratatouille, an animated comedy about a gourmet rat, debuted at No. 1 with $47.2 million, according to studio estimates yesterday.
The 20th Century Fox action thriller Live Free or Die Hard, with Bruce Willis returning as unstoppable cop John McClane, opened in second-place with $33.15 million. Since opening Wednesday, the movie has grossed $48.2 million.
In narrower release, Michael Moore's health-care documentary Sicko, from the Weinstein Co. and Lionsgate, took in $4.5 million in its nationwide debut to finish at No. 9.
Focus Features' family drama Evening, with an all-star cast that includes Meryl Streep, Vanessa Redgrave, Glenn Close and Claire Danes, opened at No. 10 with $3.5 million.
Last weekend's No. 1 movie, Universal's Evan Almighty, fell to No. 3 with $15.1 million, raising its 10-day total to $60.6 million. Its sharp 52 percent fall dims prospects for recouping the film's $175 million production budget.
As for the rest of the top 10, 1408 came in at No. 4 with $10.6 million; Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer hit No. 5 with $9 million; Knocked Up was No. 6 with $7.4 million; Ocean's Thirteen garnered $6.05 million to make No. 7; and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End settled at No. 8 with $5 million.
A new look
Philly interior designer Cheri Privor
showed up at the swank Water Works restaurant on Thursday - only to be ambushed on the veranda for a makeover by Clinton Kelly
and Stacy London
of TLC's What Not to Wear
. The episode will be on in September.
- Michael Klein
Getting in the swing Sally Field
likes golf. She really, really likes golf.
Instead of merely watching the U.S. Women's Open from the gallery, the Academy Award-winning actress tried playing, taking her first lesson on a practice hole at Pine Needles with former LPGA star Peggy Kirk Bell.
"I would go to all these locations and think ... why don't I play golf?" Field said.
Field also came to the Open to promote awareness of women's health issues, including osteoporosis, which Field was diagnosed with last year.
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