The best highlighter for your glowiest skin ever

The fastest way to get an added radiance boost

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First came contouring, then came the best highlighter in every shade, finish and intensity imaginable.

With so many on the beauty market, it can be overwhelming to know which is the best highlighter for you to stock up on.

Read on as the Marie Claire beauty team chart the latest and greatest formulas, from liquids to powders and everything in between.

Best drugstore highlighter

NYX Duo Chromatic Illuminating Powder, £9, Boots

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NYX makes some of the best highlighters you’ll get your hands on for under a tenner, available in rosy blush and bronze finishes. Don’t be put off by the blue shade – it adds a bright, silvery, ethereal glow that’s out of this world. Collect them all!

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Best highlighter palettes

Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette, £59, Space NK

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When it comes to the best highlighter palettes, Hourglass users are rarely (read: never) disappointed. Their Amibent Lighting Palette gives skin a gleam in different blushing shades and makes it instantly look five times healthier, whatever the weather. Dust all over for a radiant glow or apply to cheekbones to make your whole face pop.

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Best liquid highlighter

Iconic London Illuminator Drops, £33, House of Fraser

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Iconic’s highlighting drops are, well, pretty iconic in the beauty community. Liquid highlighter is great because it’s so versatile: for a seriously extra chrome glow, apply these drops straight onto skin; or mix a drop with your best foundation or moisturiser for an overall healthy finish to your skin.

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Best highlighter for fair skin

BURBERRY Fresh Glow Stick in Nude Radiance, £25, Fabled

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Developed with the help of legendary make-up artist Wendy Rowe, you can see why this is the perfect stick for highlighting dozens of models backstage at fashion week; it’s super-quick and easy to use and creates a natural-looking radiance in seconds. The colour finish is a creamy, butter like shade, making it perfect for fairer skin tones.

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Best highlighter for dark skin

Glossier Haloscope, £18, glossier.com

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Instagrammble brand Glossier, brought to you by blogger extraordinaire Emily Weiss, has completely taken off since its UK launch. Their Haloscope stick highlighters contain a sheen, crystal-enriched highlighting formula as well as a solid balm core to up your skin’s sheen. Plus, the stick formula makes them handbag-friendly for on the go glow ups.

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Shop our edit of more of the best highlighter shades below.

Now go forth and shine bright.

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5 Ways to Invest in Real Estate Without Ever Buying Property

When it comes to wealth building, there’s probably no more trusted bet than to invest in real estate. According to Forbes, 10% of the top fortunes in America have been built in real estate.

In fact, not investing in real estate is the main cause behind the “American wealth gap.” Which basically means that by 2053, the median black value will drop to $ 0. (Meanwhile, white household wealth is projected to climb to $ 137,000 by 2053.) Granted, major deals require large degrees of startup capital; others lots of know-how. Contrary to popular belief, you can still start accumulating wealth in real estate—even without ever buying or managing a property yourself. Here are five ways to do it.

5 Ways to Invest in Real Estate Without a Property Purchase 

REITs

REITs (short for Real Estate Investment Trusts) are publicly traded companies that own, operate, and develop real estate. By buying REITs, you get direct access to institutional-level real estate.

One of the more popular examples is Empire Realty Trust, which owns the Empire State Building. Trading at $ 17.26, you can actually own a piece of their portfolio.

They’re not the only one, though. A number of New York REITs own a number of Manhattan high rises–here’s another example.

In addition, REITs are liquid securities, meaning you can sell in and out any given day—something you couldn’t do if you were to own the property outright.

Popular REITs:

  • SL Green [SLG]
  • Vornado [VNO]
  • Empire Realty Trust [ESRT]

Real Estate Crowdfunding

Real estate crowdfunding is a relatively new way to invest in real estate. Back in 2014, Washington, D.C.-based firm Fundrise made headlines with their pitch for private investors to own a piece of the World Trade Center for $ 5,000 through crowdfunding.

Since then, crowdfunding has become an avenue for investors to gain ownership. The Tulsa Real Estate Fund recently became the first black-owned real estate crowdfund, raising nearly $ 10 million in one week.

The benefits of crowdfunding are similar to REITs—you buy a piece of a larger portfolio and as it grows, so does your share.

Popular crowdfunding sites:

  • Fundrise.com
  • Realtymogul.com
  • Realtyshares.com

Tax Liens

Investing in tax liens isn’t exactly the most popular method, but it’s another avenue for investors to pocket high yields. According to CNBC, around $ 14 billion in property taxes go unpaid each year. About a third of this is then sold off to private investors.

For an investor, it basically works like this: When a property has unpaid taxes, a lien is issued. From there, a tax lien certificate is created by the municipality that reflects the amount owed, plus interest and penalties.

These certificates are then auctioned off. The investor who is willing to accept the lowest rate of interest or pay the highest premium will be awarded the lien. (Auctions vary from state to state. Here’s some info on how it goes down in New York.)

Real Estate Mutual Funds

Mutual funds, like REITs, are publicly traded companies. And they both give you similar access to the asset. The difference between them, however, is the way they function.

REITs own properties and sell a share of the portfolio. All well and good. Mutual funds own shares of multiple stocks, offering access to a pool of different REITs. (Check out the anatomy of a mutual fund here.)

Sounds confusing? It’s not, really. By owning a piece of one REIT, you own a piece of one portfolio that owns multiple properties. By owning a piece of a mutual fund, you now own a piece of multiple REITs.

REIT ETFs

ETFs—exchange-traded funds—are similar to mutual funds in the sense that both vehicles bundle stocks and bonds together in a nice package.

The idea here, like the mutual funds, is to create diversified portfolios for investors to park their money. How does this relate to real estate? Simple. There are ETFs that track the REITs, which gives you similar exposure as the mutual funds.

A REIT ETF invests in several property-owning real estate companies at once, and of course, this diversification further mitigates an investor’s exposure (whereas the individual buying a property is betting on just that one property).

There are a few differences between mutual funds and ETFs, however—mostly tax-related. (Which I won’t get into now, but you can read about here.)

Popular real estate ETFs:

  • iShares U.S. Real Estate ETF [IYR]
  • Schwab U.S. REIT ETF [SCHH]
  • Vanguard Real Estate ETF [VNQ]

 

 

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Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace says Roxanne Pallett is ‘most dangerous and vile Celebrity Big Brother housemate EVER’

ROXANNE, quite possibly the most vile, narcissistic and DANGEROUS housemate to ever enter the CBB house!

I was absolutely disgusted with this wretched girls behaviour this week.

Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace has plenty to say about Roxanne Pallett in the Celebrity Big Brother house
Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace has plenty to say about Roxanne Pallett in the Celebrity Big Brother house

This revolting human is ready to potentially RUIN another human in her need for being the centre of attention.

Women need to be listened to and believed in REAL domestic violence situations and then here’s Roxanne dramatising and lying and fantasising about it. SHE NEEDS TO BE LOCKED UP!!!

She makes me so sick, she only asked to sleep in another room because she was confronted by Ben about his feelings.

Nothing to do with Ryan she just used him as a pawn in her pathetic soap opera in her head. She is so transparent it’s a joke!

Roxanne accused Ryan Thomas of punching her 'like a boxer'
Roxanne accused Ryan Thomas of punching her ‘like a boxer’
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As long as there is a drama around her she’s happy. Even if it’s a negative drama that could ruin a mans reputation and potentially his career.

Luckily for Ryan Big Brother sees EVERYTHING, and so did we… her lies are actually mentally disturbing.

Ryan is such a nice guy I’ve met him loads and we have a mutual close friend who is absolutely disgusted, as we all are at Roxanne and her drama and lies.

He’s genuinely such a nice guy. I bet his mind is doing somersaults, worried about all sorts as a result.

Roxanne said: 'Ow that bloody hurt' and rubbed the left side of her body during the incident
Roxanne said: ‘Ow that bloody hurt’ and rubbed the left side of her body during the incident
Aisleyne says Ryan Thomas is 'such a nice guy'
Aisleyne says Ryan Thomas is ‘such a nice guy’
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I know he is because that’s what the house does at the best of times let alone at the worst.

Who on earth voted to save her this week? You all need your phones confiscated!

All this drama has deflected from the fact that Jermaine (germ by name GERM by nature) has totally plummeted in my personal opinion.

The man is MARRIED and made a mockery of his wife his marriage and of Chloe this past week.

Jermaine's antics have been forgotten in the wake of Roxanne's behaviour on CBB
Jermaine’s antics have been forgotten in the wake of Roxanne’s behaviour on CBB


Banter? The excuse was banter?? What the hell is funny about any of that mess?

He really should have gone tonight but I’m actually glad Ben has gone because it will be interesting to see how Roxanne will act now she doesn’t have her go-too to run to.

I felt for Ben he was completely used by Roxanne, maybe that’s his karma though after all he’s admitted to being a cheat and even has a child on the way! Morals of a broken compass….


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Since becoming a mother to a son, I need feminism more than ever

Since becoming a mother to a son, I need feminism more than ever


Since becoming a mother to a son, I need feminism more than ever

My feminism started at home, following a rapid discovery of what I did not want for myself.

I often viewed the tasks relegated to women in my family as disempowering and self-sacrificial. The concept of fairness was practically moot: Why should I do the dishes, sweep, and mop daily when my brother gets to keep playing video games and watching TV? I saw how women were treated in relationships, and I quickly learned that boys and girls are seen differently in this world.  I then molded my own life around the version of reality I came to prefer: Women are equal to men and we deserve for our labor to be honored and shared.

Now, as I enter my mid-twenties and my son is about to celebrate his first year on earth, I ponder how feminism will influence my child. How I will instill these lifelong lessons that begin in the home?

When we become mothers, our focus quickly shifts to be all about the child. We think less about ourselves, our friends, our hobbies, and our relationships (some of us become single mothers, and that’s a whole other story altogether). It’s as if we are altered versions of ourselves; parts of our identities go on the back burner while child rearing remains at the forefront of our minds.

But I will maintain and prioritize the identity of “feminist,” for my son and for myself.

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Months before my son even arrived, I began worrying, “What can I teach a boy?” I thought about what the world could stand to gain or lose from someone assigned male at birth—yet another boy who will become a man in a male-dominated, unequal, increasingly violent world for women, femme individuals, and gender nonconforming folks. Recent legislation blocking abortion and birth control access, as well as anti-LGBTQ sentiments from bigots who are emboldened by Trump made me intensely uneasy.  Still, despite out society’s flaws and our world’s ills, I was full of positivity. I was bringing in a new soul who would experience life with guidance from me and my partner.

I felt small in the grander scope, but within my scope, I knew I had the power to mold my son into a person who welcomes a feminist future.

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My son is the center of my universe, but I want to be careful not to center him here. Instead, we me must focus on how we raise boys, and how we can insist on doing things differently than our parents. Most of the badass women I am thankful to know had mothers who were hard on them—like, really, really hard on them. My mother, too, held me accountable for my actions if I failed to meet my responsibilities. Meanwhile, my brother was more easily forgiven if he messed up. I was responsible for my own safety. And if my mom wasn’t around, I was responsible for my brother’s safety, too. I had to learn to take care of my family and our home. He did not.

This resulted in my mother instilling a sense of responsibility in me, and not in my brother.

Admittedly, I am still in the thick of it as I learn to be a mother—and a mother to a son—during this first year of parenthood. But I know that both my son and I desperately need feminism because, to be frank, boys need to learn how to do shit for themselves. They should not expect girls to perform labor for them, emotionally or physically.

There are far too many men who continue to rely on women for their day-to-day basic needs. We need to raise our sons to both value and learn how to complete household chores, daily cooking, and other seemingly menial tasks typically relegated to women or whoever “mom” is. And that’s just scratching the surface of what we need to teach our sons. That’s only part of why I need feminism more now that I am raising a little boy. Our gender-obsessed and gender-divided society must change into a more equal and just one, and part of that work starts, as always, in the home.

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Jim Cummings: the Voice Behind Pooh, Tigger and Every Character You Ever Loved

Jim Cummings voices the characters of Winnie the Pooh and Tigger in the upcoming Disney film Christopher Robin. He’s played the characters before, but when we got a chance to speak to Cummings for the film, he told us that this time around, it feels different.

Cummings has voiced pretty much every character you’ve ever loved. The Jungle Book’s King Louie and Kaa, for starters, as well as other Disney characters including Pete and Darkwing Duck, plus Bonkers, Fat Cat and Monterey Jack on Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers, and Don Karnage on Tail Spin… and too many more to mention. He’s worked on films including Shrek, Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Furious Five, Hook, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, The Lion King… get where we’re going? During our chat, the Emmy and Annie Award nominee gave us a peek into his illustrious career, what it takes to voice Pooh and Tigger and why this film was so different for him.

Voicing Pooh and Tigger So Many Times

You might think that for an actor, variety is the spice of life — and that leaving a role to come back to it again later, and then again and again might prove a challenge — in particular, in terms of keeping it fresh. So, is jumping back into the roles of Pooh bear and the boisterous Tigger again difficult?

“It was terribly difficult,” Cummings begins. But he’s joking. “Oh, wait! No, it wasn’t! No, it was like yesterday. I think it’s in my DNA now. Pooh and Tigger are never far away for me. I live in the Hundred Acre Wood.”

Are these little guys his favorite, then? Most of the time, actors won’t admit to which roles they like the most, often comparing the question to choosing their favorite child.

“These guys are extremely special,” said Cummings. “Everyone says, ‘Well, you do a lot of characters, who is your favorite? Who is your all-time favorite?’ Well … if I had two, it would be Pooh and Tigger. They are in a different category. They’re on a different shelf. Everybody else isn’t.”

So, why are they his favorite? Cummings explained: “Well, you know, they’re not tied to a fad. They’re not necessarily on skateboards or hoverboards, There are not pogs involved. They’re not flipping a bottle. There’s nothing. They’re kind of evergreen. They came from literature, and the bedtime stories about Christopher Robin. They just have that timeless quality. It pulls you right back to your childhood. There’s no real fad involved in that type of thing. It’s timeless, I think, for everybody. You can be eight or 88, and it pulls you back to your childhood. It’s that sweet time.”

Why does Cummings return to these roles when other actors are cast in different versions of the other characters from the Hundred Acre Woods?

“Blackmail. I have the goods on everyone!” he laughed. “No, I guess [it’s the] luck of the draw. I’m certainly passionate for it. It matters to me a lot. Maybe that shows. I always say, gosh, 1939, Wizard of Oz and Gone With the Wind came out, and those could probably be released now and be pretty successful. You just have to care, and I do. I don’t take myself seriously, but I take the work seriously and, God willing, it shows. We all get to hang out and talk about it now.”

Why It’s Different for Christopher Robin


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Pooh with Piglet in a still from Christopher Robin.

There were a few differences, this time around for Cummings.

“The way we approached it was, we recorded the whole movie upfront, and then they took that to the set to play live with Ewan [McGregor] and Hayley [Atwell] and the gang,” he explained. “It gave them something to act and react to, because acting is reacting. And then we got it back and changed it up all over again. It was kind of looping. A lot of people will see an actor looping before a soundstage, and there will be an animated character. Everyone thinks that that’s how every cartoon is made, but you can’t animate comedic timing, or computer-generated comedic timing, but once you hear it, then you can do it. The process is a little different.

“Poor Ewan, sitting there, talking to a grey lump of semi-doll-shaped Pooh, he was acting. He was earning his money. Just various puppeteers and 14 people standing around, pretending they’re not there. He had a bigger job than me! And then from there, it was just kind of matching the lip flap. Did we get that ‘hoo-hoo’ right? It was a bit challenging in that regard. It was the same characters, a little more pulled back, I think. Less bombastic because it’s not really animation —‘animation’ animation.”

Cummings voiced the Winnie the Pooh lines before the Tigger lines, and here’s why: “The way we do it now, I like to do all the Pooh stuff first, because Tigger is slightly more gruff… so I get Pooh out of the way first.”

Voicing All the Characters You Love


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Jim Cummings' first movie was Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Cummings said that, even with the advent of digital recording, doing voiceovers is largely the same skill as it always was. He said that he misses doing recordings with the entire cast, which doesn’t seem to happen anymore. But the acclaimed voice actor has been with Disney for so many projects, you would imagine that his relationship with the Goliath of animation and beyond is pretty good. And it is.

“It’s great. I’m as happy as I can be,” he said. “The first job I got was Lionel Lion in Dumbo’s Circus in late 1985. The first movie I did was Who Framed Roger Rabbit? I don’t have my shirt anymore, but I have the picture of me with my Mouseketeer shirt on, waiting for Annette [Funicello from The Mickey Mouse Club]. I had my Zorro hat and I still have my Davy Crockett hat from the ’50s. I’ve often said all the ‘Disneyana,’ all the trivia, all the World of Disney and the world of America are woven together in the same fabric. That’s why love coming here to the lot.”

So what appeals to him about doing voiceovers?

“It’s the stuff that used to get me kicked out of class and now it’s pretty cool,” he said. “Doing dolphins sounds… it’s a lot of fun. I played Monopoly and entertained my family for years, doing crazy voices and everything. I remember thinking when I was maybe like four or five — Jack Benny had a show and Mel Blanc was on it. He was one of the regulars on his show. He did Bugs Bunny and Taz and stuff like that. Benny said, ‘You see this guy? He’s the guy who does the voices you hear on Saturday morning.’ I thought, well, he’s not getting into trouble. I’ll be him! Sorta.”

For Cummings, the most difficult character he’s ever voiced is Taz: it causes the most wear and tear on his voice.

“When we did the Taz-Mania show, we did, like, 90 or something episodes,” he said. “I was like, ‘Can we do these on Friday afternoon instead of Monday morning? Have the weekend off?’ [does the voice of Taz]. He’s the anti-Pooh!”

Christopher Robin stars Ewan McGregor and Hayley Atwell, and features the voices of Cummings, Brad Garrett, Peter Capaldi and Sophie Okonedo. It hits screens in the US on August 3, the UK on August 17 and Australia on September 13.

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The Julia Child Foundation is giving a major award to female chefs — for the first time ever

The Julia Child Foundation is giving a major award to female chefs — for the first time ever


The Julia Child Foundation is giving a major award to female chefs — for the first time ever

In “news we’re ecstatic to report,’ the Julia Child Foundation has announced that it will grant the next Julia Child Award to their first female chefs ever. The organization, founded in 1995, aims to provide grants for culinary research and scholarships for those hoping to work in the food industry, and this specific award is for chefs “who have made a profound and significant difference in the way America cooks, eats, and drinks,” according to the foundation’s website.

The New York Times reported yesterday, July 17th, that the award’s first female recipients will be chefs Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken, the duo behind the Border Grill in Los Angeles.

“It’s an obvious time to recognize women,” Eric Spivey, the chairman of the foundation, told the Times. “Susan and Mary Sue have empowered women during their careers.”

Milliken and Feniger have worked together for 35 years, according to the Julia Child Award’s website. The two met when Milliken was serving as the first female chef at Le Perroquet in Chicago, and they went on to found the Border Grill. Today, their restaurant has three locations throughout L.A. and one at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. In addition to being the first female recipients, Feniger and Milliken are the first team to win the award.

Milliken told the Los Angeles Times that she had always admired Julia Child, saying “I remember feeling like she was such a professional and somebody I would love to emulate.” She added that she was “blown away” that she and Feniger are the first female recipients.

“Maybe we’ve reached a time where people are actually being a little more cognizant of how embedded the whole boys club is in the culinary world and how it needs to get shaken up,” she told the Times. 

Feniger and Milliken will be honored on November 1st during the Food History Gala at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. In addition to receiving an award with their names engraved on it, the honorees will be able to choose a food-related charity to which the foundation will donate $ 50,000.

We’re stoked to see female chefs getting the recognition they deserve. Hopefully this is a sign that the “boys club” of the culinary world is coming to an end. Congratulations to Milliken and Feniger!

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Dyson’s cordless vacuums outperform everything else on the market and they pretty much last forever, which makes their high price tags much more tolerable than one might expect. Of course, you’d still have to be crazy not to take advantage of an opportunity to save some cash, and the first ever opportunity just came up for Dyson’s newest model. The Dyson Cyclone V10 Motorhead Lightweight Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner just went on sale for the first time since its release, with Amazon having shaved $ 51 off the price of this awesome new model. Definitely grab one while you can.

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  • The most powerful suction of any cord-free vacuum. Tested to ASTM F558, against cord-free stick market.
  • Up to 60 minutes’ run time when using a non-motorized tool.
  • Lightweight and versatile, to clean right through the home. Instant-release trigger means battery power is only used while it’s cleaning. Requires charging for 3.5 hours minimum before first use.
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Kate Middleton’s best ever high street looks (and where to buy them)

Your complete guide to the Duchess’ fave affordable brands

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Kate Middleton is know for mixing high street brands with designer items, thus nailing that hi-low fashion most of us can only dream of (note the £40 Zara dress she wore to the polo, and the elegant Royal wedding McQueen dress that she definitely didn’t recycle).

But while we’ve already brought to you the complete guide of the Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite fashion brands, it was more about the pricier end of her wardrobe, which includes the likes of Jenny Packham and Erdem.

So we thought it was about time we did a little rundown of Kate’s best high street looks, and where to buy the exact same item, or near enough.

Kate Middleton wearing Zara

The Duchess is a huge fan of the Spanish high street chain, having recently worn not one, but two £40 dresses at Royal events. She’s previously worn statement jewellery and jackets from Zara too

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Kate Middleton wears Roland Mouret to the 'Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom' premiere

Kate Middleton wears a Zara necklace with a Roland Mouret dress to the ‘Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom’ premiere

Kate Middleton wearing L.K.Bennett

Kate has single-handedly boosted nude court sales everywhere, thanks to her love for the style by L.K.Bennett, which she has worn at countless events. She’ll often turn to the brand for smart day dresses and tailored coats too.

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Kate Middleton wearing an L.K.Bennett coat in Dec 2017 (Photo: Rex)

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Kate Middleton wearing L.K.Bennett nude pumps in 2011 (photo: Rex)

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Kate Middleton wearing Hobbs

During her pregnancy with Prince Louis, Kate wore a smart navy coat by Hobbs, which serves up other timeless classics like the green skirt suit the Duchess wore the year before.

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Kate Middleton wearing Boden

Kate made headlines back in January 2018, when she wore the most vibrant red coat, courtesy of British brand Boden. It’s actually still available in a couple of sizes, and has been reduced in the sale.

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Kate Middleton wearing GAP

When she’s in need of something a little more casual, like a parka jacket or trousers, the Duchess likes to shop at GAP. She wore these printed skinny trousers in 2016, and here’s the brand’s version for this season.

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Kate Middleton wearing Reiss

Reiss is known for paired-back, tailored dresses, and so is an obvious choice for Kate when it comes to official functions that don’t quite require the traditional ballgown. She famously wore this nude dress to meet the Obamas after coming back from her honeymoon.

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Kate Middleton wearing Topshop

Kate first publicly wore Topshop during her first pregnancy in 2013, a black and white polka dot dress which sold out instantly. The same thing happened when she wore a boho dress while on tour in India in 2016. Luckily, polka dots are back in season, and you can buy this similar style from Topshop.

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Kate Middleton wearing Goat

Kate absolutely loves a smart Goat coat, and actually owns a similar style in every colour, including cream, black, navy and red (and that’s the ones we’ve spotted). Clearly an investment piece.

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Kate Middleton wearing Superga

For those rare times Kate Middleton does require a trainer, she’s often spotted wearing her trusty Superga shoes, which were actually a favourite of Diana’s too.

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Americans’ wealth tops $100 trillion for first time ever

Americans are doing better than they have in a long time, with household wealth topping $ 100 trillion for the first time. The net worth of American households and nonprofits rose to $ 100.77 trillion from $ 99.74 trillion in the first quarter, according to the Federal Reserve. While the stock market was volatile in the first quarter,…
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Cate Blanchett and Sarah Paulson Gave the Best, Worst Interview Ever on The Today Show

When a live TV appearance goes off the rails, it can often be painful to watch. But in the case of Cate Blanchett and Sarah Paulson’s Tuesday morning Today Show interview, it was anything but.

While ostensibly promoting their new movie Ocean’s 8, Blanchett and Paulson just couldn’t seem to stop hilariously deviating from the topic at hand—so much so that host Hoda Kotb ended up in tears of laughter.

The pair—who previously starred in the Oscar-nominted Carol together—spent nearly the entirety of the interview riffing off each other, cracking jokes about everything from Paulson’s style to Blanchett’s Academy Awards.

“[Sandra Bullock] and I—we all wrote letters saying please give her something,” Blanchett ribbed Paulson. “Because when it comes around to publicizing the movie, it will say ‘Oscar-winner.’”

Eventually, Kotb was forced to call co-host Savannah Guthrie over to help out, which somehow prompted Blanchett to begin sitting on Paulson’s lap.

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How to make the best summer mojito you’ve ever tasted

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In my near decade of writing here, I don’t think I’ve ever posted an alcoholic drink. It seems a little out of place on a site dedicated to…well, babies, but after tasting this I knew I’d make an exception. Moms and dads can have a cocktail once in a while, and dadgummit, it should totally be this one.

I made a pitcher of these for our Memorial Day party and it was GUZZLED. Seconds and thirds…can you make another batchwhat is the recipe…this goes down WAY too easily!

The difference between this recipe and others I’ve tried is that you infuse the simple syrup with blackberries. Tons of blackberries. It makes a huge difference in the flavor. I had some simple syrup leftover from this batch, so I froze it for next time.

Blackberry Mojitos
You can use frozen blackberries (cheaper) for the simple syrup. In the actual glass, use fresh. Store any unused simple syrup in the fridge or freezer for later.

BLACKBERRY SIMPLE SYRUP
4 cups frozen/fresh blackberries
2 cups sugar
2 cups water (1 1/2 cups if using frozen blackberries)

SINGLE BLACKBERRY MOJITO
5 blackberries
3 mint leaves
2 oz rum
1 oz blackberry simple syrup
2-3 slices lime
Club soda to the top
lime wedges and mint for garnish

TO MAKE A SMALL PITCHER (double for large)
10 oz white rum
4 or 5 sprigs of mint with leaves
5 oz blackberry simple syrup
1 to 2 limes
1 cup of blackberries
club soda to the top
lime wedges and mint for garnish

Simple syrup
Put blackberries, sugar and water into a medium pot and bring to a boil. Turn the heat down to medium and simmer for at least an hour or until the mixture reduces and starts to thicken up just a little. Set aside to cool.

Mojito
To make a single mojito, add the blackberries, rum, lime and mint to a glass and muddle (smoosh with a spoon) well. Next add the blackberry syrup and give it a little stir. Fill the glass with ice and then to the top with club soda. Stir well, garnish with a lime wedge and a sprig of mint and serve.

To make a small pitcher of mojitos, add the blackberries, lime, rum, and mint to a pitcher and muddle it well. Add the blackberry syrup and give it a good stir. When you are ready to have a cocktail, fill a glass with ice, pour 4 oz of the mixture into the glass, top with club soda, garnish with a lime wedge and sprig of mint and serve.

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The Queen and Anna Wintour Star in Fashion’s Best Ever Front Row

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Quite what the queen and Anna Wintour spoke about on the front row at London Fashion Week (LFW) is unknown.

Quite what the queen thought, at her first visit to LFW, of designer Richard Quinn’s models stalking past her, occasionally with their faces obscured by motorcycle helmets in black and lime green, is unknown. (Fashion newsflash: the motorcycle helmet has clearly taken over from the fascinator as the new headwear of choice if you’re wearing florals and chiffon.)

In various pictures the queen looks happy, excited, and as poker-faced as Wintour and other fashion editors are inclined to be at such occasions. Black leather coats, polka dot tights, more crazy helmets, or heads obscured by bright scarves sprouting out of dresses: the queen saw it all, including a strapless dress with, yes, another motorcycle helmet topping it off.

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Recent events have revealed that a surprising number of powerful men are, to put it gently, deranged. Until now, these men were routinely forgiven for their obsessive and extreme behavior because boys will be boys, or because geniuses have eccentricities, or because there are all sorts of completely normal reasons why someone might install a remote-control lock on his office door. As we ask ourselves how we could have been so stupid, one answer might lie deep below the surface, in the stories we tell ourselves about what counts as normal “romantic” pursuit. So here’s a thought experiment for our times: Which of the following people is crazy?

Case 1: You’re a young man with a promising future, until an old flame of yours reappears and turns your life upside down. Under the guise of a friendship with your old flame’s husband, you begin spending every evening in her home, joining her family for dinner and then hanging around until the wee hours, to the point where you have no life beyond these moments in her presence. Over the years, you pocket small items belonging to her—lipsticks, keys, jewelry—which you regard as sacred. You eventually build a private museum devoted to her, enshrining everything she ever touched.

Case 2: You’re a young man with a promising future, until an old flame of yours reappears and turns your life upside down. Under the guise of eccentricity for which the wealthy are forgiven, you purchase a mansion overlooking her home, and then rent out a neighboring property to an unwitting relative of hers, whom you quickly befriend—for the sole purpose of having a spy on the inside tracking her every move. Befriending her husband and throwing lavish open-door parties out of the hope that she’ll attend, you devote every action in your life to being in her presence.

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2018 WSL Big Wave Awards Celebrate World Record for Biggest Wave Ever Surfed

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SANTA MONICA, Calif./USA (Saturday, April 28, 2018) –  The world’s best big wave surfers gathered in Santa Monica tonight for the 2018 World Surf League (WSL) Big Wave Awards. The show at the Red Bull Headquarters awarded the best rides of the past year, including a new World Record from Brazil’s Rodrigo Koxa.
Rodrigo Koxa is now the official World Record holder for the biggest wave ever surfed in history after being awarded the Quiksilver XXL Biggest Wave award tonight. The judging panel for the Big Wave Awards concluded that the record-breaking wave surfed by Koxa at Nazaré, Portugal on November 8, 2017 was 80 feet (24.38 meters) overtaking Garrett McNamara’s record, whose wave was marked at 78 feet (23.77 meters) in 2011. The Quiksilver XXL Biggest Wave Award goes to the surfer who, by any means available, catches the biggest wave of the year. Not only did Koxa win this year’s honor, but he now holds the Guinness World Record for the biggest wave surfed.

“I try to surf big waves all my life and I had a huge experience in 2014 where I almost died at Nazaré,” Koxa said. “Four months later, I had bad dreams, I didn’t travel, I got scared, and my wife helped me psychologically. Now, I’m just so happy and this is the best day of my life. Thank you to WSL, it’s a dream come true.”

The Ride of the Year showcases the most remarkable big-wave imagery of surfers racing down giant waves, and Ian Walsh’s incredible barrel ride at the 2018 Pe’ahi Challenge earned him this year’s award. Walsh also earned the Tube of the Year Award for the same wave.

“For this wave, I feel like in a lot of ways more than catching this wave, this wave caught me,” Walsh said. “It’s a great snapshot of the comradery of our sport and I feel like we all rode this wave together as a unit. Congratulations to all the other outstanding nominees who are helping progress this sport, and the water safety that’s progressed with us to allow us to do that. I thank all the surfers before us, all the surfers right now, and all the kids that will surely take this sport to unprecedented heights. Let’s all do our part to keep the oceans clean and the beaches better than we found them.”

Paige Alms earned the Hydro Flask Women’s Best Performance of the Year Award for the third time in her career. In addition to celebrating the back-to-back win, Alms was also honored for defending her Big Wave Tour Crown after winning the Pe’ahi Challenge again this season. The first women’s WSL Big Wave competition was held in 2017, and Alms has dominated the big wave surfing scene since. Next season, Alms will battle to defend her Big Wave Title for an unprecedented third-straight win as the tour sees competitions at Pe’ahi in Hawaii and Mavericks in California.

“I just want to say thank you to all the nominees, this is a really fun platform to show our sport,” said Alms. “Congratulations to all the female nominees tonight, I feel like you all push me to be a better surfer and a better person. I really like being able to call all of you my friends. You’re all so inspiring. I’d also like to thank all the photographers and videographers who are putting this spotlight on us out of the pure joy they have for the sport.”

Up-and-comer Lucas “Chumbo” Chianca earned the Men’s Best Overall Performance Award after showcasing incredible surfing this season, including his win at the Nazaré Challenge earlier this year. The 22-year-old will undoubtedly be one to watch in the upcoming season as he joins the Big Wave Tour full-time.

2016 Paddle Award winner Aaron Gold dominated the Paddle category again this year for his wave at Pe’ahi on January 14, 2018. Gold still holds the record for the biggest paddle-in wave ever surfed at 63 feet (19.2 meters) from 2016. This year’s award-winning wave was measured at 55 feet (16.76 meters).

Andrew Cotton, the standout big wave surfer representing the United Kingdom, took home one of the night’s most anticipated awards, the Wipeout of the Year Award. Unfortunately, Cotton’s gut-wrenching fall at Nazaré led to a broken l2 vertebrae and sidelined the big wave charger for six months. Cotton has been recovering since the accident and is working to return to the water to earn the Ride of the Year and Biggest Wave awards next season.

“I’d like to thank the Nazaré crew, the Mayor, and the community there,” said Cotton. “They’ve become like a family to me. Can’t thank my own family enough for putting up with all the last minute travels and schedule they deal with, it’s incredible. Since that day of the injury, I’ve progressed more each day and now I’m just looking to get back out there on the waves I love to surf. This is the dream of any big wave surfer is to be in the XXL Awards and to get on tour, but for me, it’s always been about Biggest Wave or Ride of the Year. It’s amazing to be up there in front of your heroes after being out for over six months and my goal is to be back out there in the summer or by October to really start charging again.”

2018 WSL Big Wave Award Winners:

TUBE OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNER
Ian Walsh  (Haiku, Hawaii, USA) at Jaws, Maui, Hawaii on October 28, 2017.
(Photo by Richard Hallman.)

WIPEOUT OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNER
Andrew Cotton (Braunton, Devon, United Kingdom) at Nazaré, Portugal on November 8, 2017.
(Video by Pedro Miranda.)

BIGGEST PADDLE AWARD WINNER
Aaron Gold (Haleiwa, Hawaii, USA) at Jaws, Maui, Hawaii on January 14, 2018.
(Photo by Brent Broza.)

QUIKSILVER XXL BIGGEST WAVE AWARD WINNER
Rodrigo Koxa (Guarujá, SP, Brazil) at Nazaré, Portugal on November 8, 2017.
(Photo by Pedro Cruz.)

RIDE OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNER
Ian Walsh
 (Haiku, Hawaii, USA) at Jaws, Maui, Hawaii on October 28, 2017.
(Video by Dan Norkunas.)

HYDRO FLASK WOMEN’S BEST PERFORMANCE AWARD WINNERS
1 – Paige Alms (Haiku, Hawaii, USA)
2 – Justine Dupont (Seignosse, France)
3 – Maya Gabeira (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
4 – Keala Kennelly (Haleiwa, Hawaii, USA)
5 – Bianca Valenti (Mill Valley, California, USA)

MEN’S BEST OVERALL PERFORMANCE AWARD NOMINEES
1 – Lucas Chianca (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
2 – Kai Lenny (Haiku, Hawaii, USA)
3 – Grant Baker (Durban, South Africa)– 2018/2019 BWT Qualifier 
4 – Billy Kemper (Haiku, Hawaii, USA)
5 – Ian Walsh (Haiku, Hawaii, USA)
6 – Nathan Florence (Haleiwa, Hawaii, USA) – 2018/2019 BWT Qualifier 
7 – Jojo Roper (San Diego, California, USA) – 2018/2019 BWT Qualifier 
8 – Jamie Mitchell (Burleigh Heads, Queensland, Australia)
9 – Russell Bierke (Ulladulla, New South Wales, Australia) – 2018/2019 BWT Qualifier 
10 – Ryan Hipwood (Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia) – 2018/2019 BWT First Alternate

To view the award-winning rides from the 2018 WSL Big Wave Awards, check out WorldSurfLeague.com/BigWaveAwards.

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Ninja Warrior’s first ever blind contestant is also London 2012 Paralympian Dan Powell

A LONDON 2012 Paralympian has become the first ever blind contestant to appear on ITV’s Ninja Warrior.

Dan Powell, 26, from Liverpool, will appear on the show tomorrow tackling the challenging assault course despite only have three per cent vision.

London 2012 Paralympian Dan Powell, here with his guide dog and presenter Rochelle Humes, has become the first ever blind contestant to appear on ITV’s Ninja Warrior
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And the judo competitor turned runner says the show was “a hundred times scarier” than competing at the London games six years ago.

In an exclusive interview with the Sun’s Bizarre TV column, Dan said: “Ninja Warrior was a hundred times scarier than competing in London 2012. In London 2012 I knew what I was there to do, I knew what I was going into, I had practised loads.

“The crowd at Ninja Warrior was amazing though, it was just like the Paralympics. It made the hairs stand up on the back of your neck.”

Dan used his sense of touch and the briefing of crew members to help him navigate tough obstacles.

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Dan used his sense of touch and the briefing of crew members to help him navigate tough obstacles[/caption]

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He only has three per cent vision[/caption]

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One of the sections left him with bruising on his ribs for three days after filming[/caption]

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He said it was tougher than the London Games[/caption]

He added: “I’ve got no central sight basically and they were basically saying ‘can we make the lighting better? Can we do anything to help you? Can we talk you through it?’

“They gave me a very good description of the obstacles. There’s only so much describing you can do though before you physically get on there but at the same time it actually gave me a bit of a fighting chance to give it a go.”

But Dan admits that one of the sections left him with bruising on his ribs for three days after filming.

He said: “There was one of the obstacles where you jump off a ledge and you just hit this pendulum and for me it was about jumping out and waiting for my chest to hit it and cling onto it.

“I managed to stay on that and my ribs were hurting for about three days afterwards.”

A view of the Ninja Warrior for those with perfect vision
The course through Dan’s eyes

The athlete made it to the Tick Tock obstacle, almost at the end of the course, before falling in the water.

He hopes taking part in the prime time show will inspire other disabled people to apply.

Dan said: “I hope it comes across that with my disability the adaptions can be made. I went on there first and foremost to inspire a couple of people. Show the ability side.

 


“It wasn’t a big focus on the fact I’ve got this disability. I didn’t get to the end but the crowd were just incredible.”

One-legged amputee Martin Herald, 26, was hailed an “inspiration” by viewers after competing on the show two weeks ago.

Ninja Warrior UK, ITV, Saturdays 6.30pm.


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Millie Bobby Brown Is TIME’s Youngest 100 Most Influential People Honoree Ever  

TIME Magazine released its annual “100 Most Influential People” list for 2018 on Thursday morning, and it features a record-breaking number of young people and women.

Of the 100 honorees, 45 are women, and 45 are under the age of 40. This year’s list also features the youngest designee ever: 14-year-old Millie Bobby Brown.

The young actress shows that influence knows no age.

Not only has the Stranger Things star earned her spot due to her outstanding portrayal of “Eleven on her Netflix show, but she has participated in her fair share of activism. While accepting her 2018 Kids’ Choice Award, Brown honored the March for Our Lives organizers and Parkland victims through her speech and outfit. She wore a shirt that listed the names of all 17 victims on the back.

Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul wrote her tribute in TIME, saying that the young actress is wise beyond her years. He raves about what it was like to meet Brown for the first time, taking her to an ice cream shop because he thought it was the most age-appropriate location. Once he met her, however, he realized that she was more than the child she looked like on the outside.

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“She may have been 12 in years (when I met her), but her spirit and mind were timeless,” he writes. “It was like speaking to a future mentor with a perspective and groundedness that I could only have dreamed of at that age.”

He believes that her acting chops come from her intense empathetic connection to others. “She somehow understands the human experience as if she has lived it for a thousand years. I’m proud to know her,” says Paul, 38.

Brown has a long influential career ahead of her, and it seems the young star is just getting started.


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Of all the deals we’ve covered this week, one in particular has really managed to stir up some buzz. It’s Amazon’s current sale on the Roav VIVA by Anker, a tiny gadget that looks like a regular old car charger adapter. It’s so much more, however; it’s basically an Echo Dot for your car. This nifty device links to your smartphone for connectivity and puts all of Alexa’s power at your fingertips while you drive. Ask Alexa questions, order stuff on Amazon or add things to your wish list, or stream some music while you drive. It’s an awesome device, and it’s currently on sale at its lowest price ever — but only for a couple more days, so grab one while you can.

Here’s what you need to know from the product page:

  • Alexa Inside: Amazon’s voice service gives you complete voice control in your car. Just say the word to get directions, hear the latest news, shop online, play music, and more over Bluetooth, Carplay or Android Auto. What You Get: Roav VIVA, Manual, Quick Guide, Happy Card, Skills Cards, 12-month warranty and our friendly customer service.
  • Voice Isolation: 2 integrated microphones provide noise cancellation and accurate voice identification.
  • High-Speed Charging: Dual charging ports equipped with Anker’s exclusive PowerIQ technology deliver blazing charging speeds to both driver and passenger.
  • Tap To Mute: Just hit the button to effortlessly mute and unmute the microphones, so Alexa is only listening when you want her to be.
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Exclusive Interview: Joaquin Phoenix Is Definitely Still Here, and He’s Busier Than Ever

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Don’t worry, Joaquin Phoenix is definitely still here.

Following a two-year hiatus from movies, the actor is back in a major way with four films hitting theaters over the course of only one year. From playing notable quadriplegic cartoonist John Callahan (in Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot) to Jesus Christ (in Mary Magdalene) to an 1800s assassin (in The Sisters Brothers), the notoriously press-shy actor is losing himself in a myriad of roles that are…

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OHMYGOSSIP — Kevin Smith has dubbed his recent heart attack as the “best thing” that has ever happened to his health.
The 47-year-old director – who previously lost 90lbs in seven years – required emergency surgery when he was hospitalised last month after suffering a “widow-maker” heart attack.
After coming out the other side of his health scare, he is now determined to lose weight and become more healthy, and so now believes the ordeal was a good thing in terms of motivating him to get fit.
On Twitter on Friday (30.03.18), Kevin wrote: “Down 26 pounds today! Started March 8th and now 4 weeks later, I’ve lost a small child worth of weight! Doc told me to lose 50 pounds and I’m now over halfway to that goal! Ironically, this heart attack was the best thing that ever happened to my health! (sic)”
Kevin’s weight loss is largely thanks to Penn Jillette’s book ‘Presto!’, which chronicled his 100lb weight loss, and advice from dietary nutrition researcher Ray Cronise.
The ‘Clerks’ helmer tweeted recently: “I’m officially down 20 pounds as of this morning! 20 pounds in 13 days & my blood pressure is amazing. How did this happen? @pennjillette & his book “Presto” turned me on to @RayCronise and his program at http://justsides.com My Doc said lose 50 pounds. 20 down, 30 more to go! (sic)”
The ‘Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back’ helmer was forced to cancel a show in California because of his terrifying ordeal, and later explained on Twitter that if he hadn’t rushed himself to the hospital, he wouldn’t have survived.
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“If I hadn’t canceled show 2 to go to the hospital, I would’ve died tonight. But for now, I’m still above ground! (sic)”

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These $35 elastic-waist jeans are my favorite thing ever

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Lindsay Weiss

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I did not receive anything for this endorsement and I bought these jeans myself. I just love them enough to share!

Perhaps a nod to my pregnancy days, but these elastic waist jeans are the freakin’ bomb. They could not be more comfortable for a gal running around after three children, but they do not look like mom jeans. Thanks to the perfectly ripped knees, these actually look cool and they’re soft enough to feel like pajamas vs. denim.

Ripped jeans are sort of the thing now, but they’ve become such a thing that it’s hard to find a pair that isn’t ripped all the way up the thigh. These are slightly more modestly ripped, stopping just above the knee.

I don’t let the elastic waist show on these; I typically wear longer shirts anyway so it’s not an issue. They fit like a glove but aren’t constricting in any way. The elastic waist does hold you in, but is very comfortable.

I would wear these every day if I could and wish they made them in more washes and colors. Shout out to one of my favorite bloggers, Living In Yellow, for showing me these jeans!

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How Huawei forced Trump to block the Broadcom deal ever by doing nothing

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Broadcom’s hostile Qualcomm takeover plans hit a massive wall on Monday: Trump. The president issued an order to block the $ 117 billion Qualcomm buyout, effectively killing what could have been among the biggest tech deals in history.

It all happened over national security issues, and it all has to do with Huawei, a giant Chinese corporation whose ties to Beijing are a cause of concern among intelligence agencies. The best part about it is that Huawei did nothing to block the Qualcomm deal. Well, other than advancing 5G technology development at a rapid pace.

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O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession? Is the First Time He’s Ever Publicly Talked About That Terrifying 1994 Night

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Why you should never, ever, swing a child by the arms

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Michelle Stein

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My family learned the hard way just how easy it is for a little kid’s arm to pop out of place and end up with nursemaid’s elbow.

Also known as radial head dislocation or a pulled elbow, nursemaid’s elbow happens when the radius slips out of its normal place at the elbow joint. This typically affects children younger than 4, and it happens when the child is pulled up too hard by the wrist or hand — like swinging him by the arms or lifting him by the hand to help him up a big step. It’s common. And it’s painful.

We were at my nephew’s birthday party last year when it happened. Our then 2-old-daughter was facing my husband and holding his hands while shifting her entire body weight backward. My husband kept pulling her back up to a standing position, sometimes lifting her feet gently off the ground in the process. She thought it was great. Until it wasn’t.

We had no idea what had happened when she started crying. Hard.

It was past nap time, so we figured she was overly tired — or just mad it was time to stop using Daddy as a jungle gym. I held her in my arms until she eventually calmed down and fell asleep. (I guess she just needed a nap, right? Or maybe she was coming down with something?) But then she woke up, still whining. It wasn’t until after we drove home from the party that we noticed she wasn’t using her one arm normally. And she started crying again when I asked her to try to bend it. That’s when I remembered the arm swinging — and nagging my husband to be careful at the time — and knew something was seriously wrong.

Since it was Sunday evening, we ended up taking H to the emergency room. The ER doctor suspected she had a pulled elbow right away. She put one hand in the crease of her elbow and then did some weird maneuver to pop it back into place. H immediately stopped whimpering and had full use of her arm again. I’m so glad we took her in because as it turns out, trying to pop the arm back into place on your own could cause further harm.

My husband felt so bad for unintentionally causing our daughter pain. She hasn’t had any issues since this incident, but still. Lesson learned. Don’t make our mistake!

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It may be a while until we see such devices in stores if that ever happens. A more grim possibility for the technology is advertising, the kind of ad experiences that follows you around in stores or on the street. What’s certain is that Samsung is studying pairing displays with drone technology.

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The Spring Trends Sarah Hyland Won’t Ever Wear

To pinpoint one singular thing Sarah Hyland does would be impossible. She holds many titles these days, from actress to singer to creative director, though the latter is a step outside her typical repertoire as an entertainer. Last year, Candie’s for Kohl’s brought Hyland on board as creative director for the brand, and if you’re wondering whether clothing lines normally offer that kind of role to someone outside the fashion industry, the answer is no.

In working with Candie’s, Hyland follows in the footsteps of celebrities from Destiney’s Child to Britney Spears to Fergie, but she’s the first to hold the creative director title. While the standard for celebrity brand involvement is to be the “face” of a line and featured in many of its campaigns, Candie’s took the idea one step further, involving the Hyland in everything from inspirations to design and, of course, brand campaigns.

We caught up with her recently to talk about designing for the brand and which trends she’s excited to bring to life this spring.

What can we expect from Candie’s this spring?

This spring we have a lot of florals in the collection. We’re going pure spring with it this year. We have upgraded our leather motorcycle jacket to a denim version with floral embroidery, so it’s a little bit lighter and versatile for day to night. That’s actually my favorite piece from the collection.

How would you wear that floral denim moto jacket?

I would probably pair with one of our regular tops. One of my favorite tops we have is this sheer top. So it has that sheer sexiness of a floral pattern that you can see through, but then you have a regular solid tank attached to it that goes underneath.

Which 2018 trends are you most excited about?

Mesh is everywhere, and I’m obsessed with it, but I’d never wear a completely sheer top with only a bra or only lingerie underneath. I’d always layer it on top of a solid piece like a tank. I do love the look of an allover mesh dress, like what Dior is doing. It still has an air of mystery and looks especially good over high-waisted pants. I come from a dance background, so I love pieces like that, which remind me of a dance costume.

In terms of footwear, I’m looking forward to mules; I’m a huge fan of the shoes. This is the first year I got to go into our Candie’s footwear design studio and work with the team. We have a lot of pearl details and floral embroidery on all of our shoes, which I’m very excited about.

Where do you source inspiration for the collection?

For footwear, I am more of a minimalist. I love a good mule with a tiny bit of embroidery on it. You always want each collection to be different from the last, but you always want it to be cohesive. So the idea is that with each collection, you’re going to slowly elevate it.

What has been the process as creative director?

My favorite parts are going to NYC and meeting with everyone on the team, the design, production teams, the footwear team—the actual process of it. I like learning how things come to life. Because I’ll go to them and show them a top that I love, and they’re like “no.” So everything is a learning process, and especially in the design fashion world, I’ve learned so much in this process. And they’ve been so open to my ideas, too. While I don’t have any formal design knowledge, I was always that kid who would cut my Barbie’s hair and cut up my old T-shirts, so I feel that it’s always been a part of me.

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Were Quentin Tarantino’s Movies Ever Actually Feminist?

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Quentin Tarantino probably feels like his beleaguered Bride from Kill Bill this week, with the combination of Uma Thurman’s New York Times interview about the accident she was forced to endure on one of his film sets and the resurfacing of his Howard Stern interview where he defended Roman Polanski’s rape of 13-year-old Samantha Geimer in 1977. It makes you wonder: as more about Tarantino’s past, his cavalier attitude toward statutory rape, and his behavior toward the actresses in his films comes to light, should we re-examine the films of his that have been dubbed feminist?

Tarantino has expressed regret for his comments about Geimer from 2003. Of the rape, Tarantino said, “He didn’t rape a 13-year-old. It was statutory rape. That’s not quite the same thing. … He had sex with a minor. That’s not rape. To me, when you use the word ‘rape,’ you’re talking about violent, throwing them down; it’s like one of the most violent crimes in the world. Throwing the word ‘rape’ around is like throwing the word ‘racist’ around. It doesn’t apply to everything that people use it for. He was guilty of having sex with a minor.”

He continued to insist that the sex was consensual and that Geimer was a “party girl” who “wanted it.” Geimer has since refuted the claim.

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Here’s Why Black Panther Is the Richest Superhero Ever

It’s pretty amazing to be a superhero. Apart from the awesome fighting powers, the men and women who grace our comic book covers and headline blockbuster action movies also get spiffy outfits, cool names, dashing good looks, and, in many cases, a huge fortune to help fund their crime-fighting adventures.

Black Panther Is the Wealthiest Superhero


Black Panther

The wealthiest superhero has a net worth of $ 90.7 trillion. And he is neither Tony Stark nor Bruce Wayne. In fact, it’s T’Challa, the Black Panther.

Being the first black superhero in mainstream American comic books, Black Panther tops the list of the most realistically rich superhero (or supervillain) in either DC or Marvel. This Wakandan king isn’t just the richest superhero. He is almost undoubtedly the wealthiest fictional character of all time.

How Is Black Panther So Rich?



How is it even possible for one person to have this much wealth? T’Challa is the king of Wakanda, a fictional African country with nearly all of the world’s reserves of Vibranium. Vibranium is the most precious and strongest metal in the Marvel Universe. It’s stronger than indestructible metal Adamantium, the substance bonded to Wolverine’s skeleton and claws. On top of that, Vibranium is the metal used to make Captain America’s shield. Obviously, it doesn’t come cheap.

In the distant past, a massive meteorite made up of the sound-absorbing mineral Vibranium crashed in Wakanda. It is unearthed a generation before the events of the present day. Knowing others would attempt to manipulate and dominate Wakanda for this rare and valuable resource, T’Chaka, father of T’Challa, concealed his country from the outside world. He sells off minute amounts of the valuable Vibranium while surreptitiously sending the country’s best scholars to study abroad. Consequently, Wakanda turns into one of the world’s most technologically advanced nations.

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Vibranium from Marvel War of Heroes
Vibranium from Marvel War of Heroes

According to the comics, the material costs $ 10,000 per gram, and Wakanda’s Vibranium vaults have 10,000 tons of the stuff. That means that the amount of Vibranium would cost more than the GDP of the entire world. From the perspective of natural resources, supply vs. demand, even if he just sells a tiny bit of it, T’Challa, is still arguably the richest superhero in comics.

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Engagement Rings: Have You Ever Upgraded, Downgraded, or Swapped It Out?

engagement ring upgradeSo here’s something that I know people do but never really hear people talk about: upgrading engagement rings. If you’re married, engaged, or just fond of thinking about rings: when, if ever, can one “upgrade” an engagement or wedding ring to get a larger diamond, adding more stones like baguettes or upgrading the setting to something like a Halo? When, if ever, can one replace a wedding ring for fashion/style reasons? (Obviously, the easy answer is “whenever the heck you want,” but there’s an etiquette issue here with your partner, as well as budgetary issues, fashion/lifestyle issues, and more.) We’ve talked about whether you have to take a diamond ring off to interview — but we’ve never talked about an engagement ring upgrade or anything else from this angle.upgrading an engagement ring etiquette

A few questions, to focus discussion: is buying “too much of a ring” ever a problem? For example, if your partner were to propose with an engagement ring — but still be in the midst of paying it off when you get hitched — how do you feel about that? Would you prefer zero debt in your union and a smaller ring — or did you have a mindset of “hey, you only get one engagement ring so let’s make it huuuuge!”, but then be OK with a monthly loan payment to which you contribute (or where your partner pays for it alone but then has less resources to contribute to family discretionary spending)? (After all, there are lots of different married money management methods!) Irrespective of engagement ring size, I know of several women who found that ultimately they preferred to just wear their wedding bands, and leave their engagement rings in the drawer (or safe, as the case may be)…

But, while buying too much can be a problem, buying too little can be another — so at what point is it acceptable to upgrade? (“I buy my own diamonds…” … riiight?) Has anyone had that conversation with your partner — and regardless of “whose money” paid for the new ring, how did that conversation go? (Did you have it right when he or she proposed? Wait until an anniversary?)

Still other women wear multiple engagement/wedding rings.  There are two ways I’ve seen this play out. One girlfriend of mine inherited both her mother’s and grandmother’s rings, so in addition to her own wedding rings she wore six rings on a regular basis. (It was extra in the best way!) The OTHER way I’ve seen it (well, read about it) is featured in this old post from You Look Fab where Angie describes swapping out her wedding rings like fashion accessories. (On a much smaller level, I suppose I’ve also seen this with women who have “traveling” rings, usually a very simple band they wear in place of their $ $ $ diamonds when they travel, particularly to foreign countries.) When I first read the You Look Fab post years ago, it really appealed to me — and I could see myself doing it, if I found the right rings — but I’ve been married for almost nine years now and a) I never take my rings off, and b) I never shop for diamond rings because, well, why would I? Still, it’s an intriguing idea to me.

So let’s dish, ladies — is your ring your partner proposed with your “forever” ring? If it wasn’t, have you upgraded or downgraded it? Did you ever felt like you “outgrew” your diamond ring in terms of fashion/style, lifestyle, or with physical changes (e.g., arthritis, weight change, etc?) Would you ever consider swapping out an engagement ring for fashion reasons? 

Psst: We’ve also talked about how to deal when your boss makes rude comments about your engagement ring, wearing engagement rings at work (and how much jewelry to wear to work), and fine jewelry vs. fashion jewelry at the office.

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Jamie Chung’s Most Stylish Outfits Ever

With her impeccable taste and sense of current trends, Jamie Chung has managed to catapult herself from reality television star (she initially made a name for herself on The Real World: San Diego) to bona fide fashion star. She never misses a beat on a red carpet and manages to look consistently flawless even in her day-to-day life. Her approach to style ranges from flirty and elegant to casual and boho to classic and timeless—and her outfits always look perfect no matter what the occasion. In particular, she has a knack for dressing up even the simplest outfits by pairing them with carefully selected accessories. While she has no shortage of inspiring looks, today we’ve rounded up the best of the best. Ready to see which outfits made our list? Keep reading to see Jamie Chung’s best looks and learn a few of her key styling tricks.

Wear a color like silver to make a daytime silhouette work for the evening. On Jamie Chung: Smythe blazer; Dannijo necklace; Alandra Dress ($ 202); Jimmy Choo Candy Clutch ($ 1195) and sandals.
Keep things feminine and sweet with tassel-tie sandals. On Jamie Chung: Suno White Cotton Bell Sleeved Tunic ($ 395); Apparel Dena Skirt ($ 151); Capwell On the Rocks Point Necklace ($ 39) Keryn Y Necklace ($ 25); Céline bag; Raye Bennie Heels ($ 180).
Put a sportswear spin on a dress by pairing it with sneakers. On Jamie Chung: Diesel jacket; Twenty Viscose Stretch Midi Dress ($ 188); New Balance 96 Mashup Casual Sneakers ($ 110).
You can’t go wrong lining your closet with classic pieces like a cashmere sweater and leather Oxford shoes.
Though pink and red have a reputation for clashing, they’re actually one of the season’s most popular color pairings. On Jamie Chung: Banana Republic dress.
Accessories really can make your outfit. Adding an interesting belt, hat, and ankle boots to a simple dress completely changes the look. On Jamie Chung: Rag & Bone hat; American Apparel dress; Tezenis bra; Chloé Small Hudson Bag ($ 2150); Grey City boots.

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Video: Possibly the sweetest moment ever captured on a baby monitor

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Brianna Jonsson knew her 2-year-old son, Carter, was a loving big brother to 4-month-old Caden. But the extent to which he cares for his baby brother was unknown until she captured an adorable moment on her baby monitor.

In the clip, which has gone viral on Jonsson’s Instagram page, Carter gets out of bed to check on Caden. He crosses their shared room and pulls himself up on the side of his baby brother’s crib. He gently pats Caden before returning to his bed.

Jonsson and her husband, Cameron, watched the moment unfold live on their baby monitor. “We’ve seen Carter check on Caden before, but this is the first time we got the whole clip,” she told BabyCenter. “We know he’s a loving big brother, but to see it when you’re not supposed to be watching just melted us.”

The brothers have been sharing a room for a month now. And while the parents were initially worried it may not work, Carter has embraced his protective role. Jonsson shared that he will even come to his parents to tell them that “Caden needs booboo milk” when he’s crying.

The boys’ relationship has been a happy surprise for Jonsson. “Carter was only 22 months old when Caden was born, still a baby himself,” she explained. “It’s taken some time for him to understand that he isn’t going anywhere.”

As evidenced by this video it seems he’s adjusting just fine. Good job, Carter.

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Move Over Oprah and Jay-Z! The Roots of Black Wealth Run Deeper Than We Ever Dreamed

Quick: Name three black millionaires of the early 20th century.

John Johnson? Good guess, but wrong time. The founder of Chicago’s Ebony-centered empire began amassing his fortune mid-century.

Madame C.J. Walker, of eponymous haircare fame, is a hearty yes, but is that all you’ve got? If so, there’s a good reason for that, according to Shomari Wills, author of the upcoming book, Black Fortunes (Amistad). Walker wasn’t the first black person—or even the first woman of color—to amass a significant fortune. She was the first black millionaire who was bold enough to showcase it. Walker’s lavish lifestyle garnered a level of attention and notoriety that most of her rich predecessors and peers feared, and for good reason. Wealthy blacks were instant targets for violent, racist haters; con artists; and thieves.

If you’re struggling to imagine a class of black millionaires existed at a time when the last generation of those born into slavery was just reaching maturity, you’re not alone. But that’s precisely why Wills chose to excavate this long buried bit of black history.

 

Mapping the History of Black Wealth

Black Fortunes is relevant today because it is a story about the quest for and realization of the economic power of African Americans,” says the journalist. “I wanted to push back against the stereotype that African Americans aren’t enterprising or capable of cultivating and wielding financial power.” The book will dramatically expand not only readers’ perception of the post-slavery era but of the very history of black wealth in America.

Wills’s ode to the nation’s first-known, post-slavery titans, a few of whom reside in his own family tree, concentrates on six African Americans who escaped slavery and became millionaires. In the telling, Wills illuminates several other stories of of incredible fortitude, business savvy, and good luck that led to degrees of wealth that would rival the fortunes of today’s most outsized African American successes including Oprah, Jay-Z and Beyoncé.

 

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“The figures I ended up writing about were not just pioneers but some of the most remarkable business people I’ve ever studied,” Wills said in an email answering questions about his upcoming book. “They built their business empires during a time when African Americans faced bondage, discrimination, and disenfranchisement. They didn’t just rise past slavery and servitude but to the highest realms of wealth and influence in society in 19th and early 20th century.”

The history mined in Black Fortunes will come as a revelation to many who will be shocked to learn that there was a black wealth class immediately after slavery. However, Wills grew up with a keen awareness of this piece of history, which most historians have at best ignored.

“I always knew of my great-great-great uncle John Drew (a millionaire entrepreneur) and his brother Simon Drew (my great-great-grandfather, who was also a wealthy entrepreneur) through stories passed down from my mother,” says Wills. “I was amazed by their stories and wanted to try and share them.”

 

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Yet even Wills didn’t learn the details of how his own ancestors accumulated their wealth until he started researching the book. “It turns out their father, a farmer, was one of the first black men in Virginia to own property,” Wills explains. “He let his sons sell his land when he grew tired of farming. John and Simon Drew then used the money to open businesses around the turn of the century.

“John Drew used his portion to start a bus line in Philadelphia around 1910 and invest in securities. He did well in the bull market of the late 1920s and pulled his money out of the stock market right before the crash in 1929. John walked away with close to a million dollars at the time and, after his windfall, retired and bought a Negro League baseball team.”

Sadly, John Drew ended up losing a good deal of his wealth when the Negro League folded after MLB integrated. “The integration of the major leagues was a great triumph, but also a bit of a tragedy for the Negro League and its black coaches, owners, and executives.”

 

A Cautionary Tale

Black Fortunes is a classic story of black resilience and the determination to upend a racist social order in the most meaningful, quantifiable way, but it’s also a cautionary tale about the unique challenges African Americans face in trying to build and sustain wealth, especially when it comes to passing it from one generation to the next.

Some of the Drew brothers’ remaining money and real estate were inherited by Wills’s mother and aunt, but, the author laments, “it was nothing close to what they had at their peak.”  Noting that since Reconstruction, African Americans have invested more of their net worth in real estate more than any other group, the 2008 financial crisis dealt a critical blow to that tradition and today, black home ownership is at 43%, an all-time low.

 

 

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Have you ever heard of the Hebrides?

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When you’re looking at places in Europe to visit, there is something for everyone. You might want golden beaches and marble hotels. Or, you might prefer to enjoy some stunning hills, valleys, mountains, castles, snow, and the ocean. If this sounds up your street, then Scotland is definitely the sort of place you need to visit. Now, you might not know this, but there’s a special place in Scotland called the Hebrides.

Ever heard the name? No? Well, in actual fact, there are two – the Inner Hebrides and the Outer Hebrides. This Scottish archipelago is one of the most stunning places in the world, and certainly the most majestic place you’ve never heard of. It’s incredibly remote, lying off the west coast of mainland Scotland, and is accessible only by land or sea. Let’s find out a little more about the Hebrides, shall we?

History

The Hebrides have a long and fascinating history, dating back to Mesolithic times! There is also a big Norse and Celtic link here too, and these cultures have had a big impact on the people of the Hebrides. It has led to a great deal of diversity throughout both the Inner and Outer Hebrides, which is reflected in the naming of some of the islands and towns, not to mention the languages spoken. There is also a big source of Scottish Gaelic literature and music to be found in the Hebrides, making it an important part of Scotland’s culture.

There’s some great archaeology

As we mentioned before, the Hebrides has a rich and intriguing history, and archaeology plays a big role in this as well. This has led to there being a whole host of archaeological wonders here to appeal to people of all ages. Perhaps the most famous are the world-renowned Callanish Stones – think of them like the Hebridean equivalent of Stonehenge. These are definitely a must-see if you get the chance to visit. There is also the Clachan Bridge, known as the Bridge Over the Atlantic because it bridges the Clachan Sound, and connects the mainland of Scotland to islands.

It’s stunning

One of the biggest draws of the Hebrides is the fact that it is just simply stunning. The geography and climate contribute to what makes this the perfect place to visit. If you want to enjoy breathtaking natural beauty, a trip to the Hebrides will give you exactly what you crave. There are amazing caves, stunning ocean views, lush fields, majestic cliffs, and archaeological wonders. The scenery and surroundings here are simply breathtaking, and it’s a much more laid-back pace of life. In fact, this might even be the kind of place you decide you want to move to and live some day.

So, this is the last time you’re going to be able to say you haven’t heard of the Hebrides. Now you’re familiar with this collection of islands off the coast of Scotland, you’ll understand its cultural and historical heritage and significance. The next time you’re planning a trip to Scotland, make sure you take some time out to go visit the Hebrides.

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With the news of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding in May 2018, naturally everyone is wondering who the actress will choose as her wedding dress designer, and what sort of style she will pick. Looking back at previous Royal wedding dresses, brides have usually opted for traditional styles, especially as they have all been married in cathedrals or churches.

Princess Diana’s wedding dress

The most famous of all obviously being Princess Diana’s dress, created by David and Elizabeth Emanuel for her wedding to Prince Charles on 29th July 1981. The ballgown was literally fit for a princess, with its layers upon layers of silk taffeta, puffy sleeves and 25-foot-train. Sure, it wasn’t to everyone’s taste, and it does scream 80s, but the fact we are still talking about it today makes it rather iconic, non?

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Kate Middleton’s wedding dress

You could say no dress has ever been as hotly anticipated as Kate Middleton’s wedding dress. Estimated at a whopping £250k, it was designed (in secret obvs) by Alexander McQueen creative fashion director Sarah Burton. The 50s style dress was made with satin gazar, lace and organza, was nipped in at the waist and featured a full skirt designed to mimic an opening flower. It had a relatively short train and was the perfect fit for the elegant decor of Westminster Abbey. Its something old was the 19th Century lace style on the bodice, and for her something blue, Kate had a bit of blue ribbon sewn inside the dress.

It went down a treat with viewers and fashion critics alike and as a result was copied by too many fashion brands to count.

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Grace Kelly’s wedding dress

We can’t mention Harry and Meghan without the obvious reference to Grace Kelly, who was also an American actress who married a Prince, specifically Prince Rainer III of Monaco. Her dress is still lauded as one of the most beautiful of all time, and it’s even thought Kate was inspired by the classic design for hers. Fun fact for you: instead of picking a well-known designer (we’re sure the likes of Christian Dior and Yves Saint Laurent were falling over themselves to do the job), Grace chose her MGM costume designer Helen Rose to do it, as the pair had worked closely in Hollywood.

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It was made with taffeta and embellished with 125-year-old lace and pearls and was just beautiful.

Scroll down to see more of the most iconic Royal wedding dresses of all time…

 

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Having started school in September, Prince George has spent the last few months enjoying life as a full-time primary school pupil. And while he may not always want to go to school in the morning, it sounds like he’s settled in just fine.

Prince William has now revealed the role Prince George had in his first ever school nativity, as well as how he got on onstage – and, spoilers, it’ll make your heart hurt a little bit.

During a visit to Media City in Salford earlier today with Kate Middleton, who is expecting their third child in April, William shared the story of George’s newfound career in acting. ‘I went to my boy’s nativity play. It was funny,’ the soon to be dad-of-three told school children.

So which role did the third-in-line to the throne play during St Thomas’s Battersea’s annual nativity?

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‘He was a sheep,’ his proud dad told the children.

Awwww. We bet the young royal looked adorable in his nativity costume! Although, you’d think the role of one of the three kings would be more fitting…

George recently wrote a letter to Father Christmas, which was hand delivered to the big guy in red in Finland by his dad. But when it comes to the Christmas gifts he’s asking for, there’s only one thing on his wish list this year – a toy police car.

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Who knows, maybe Prince George will pursue a career in the theatre when he grows up before taking to the throne?

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