Is That a Hat or UFO? Melania and Ivanka Trump Bid a Fashionably Fierce Farewell To U.K.

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As hundreds of parachuters made commemorative jumps onto Normandy on June 5, to mark the anniversary of D-Day, Melania Trump’s hat at a memorial ceremony also looked like it fell from the sky.

With its saucer shape and small dimple at the top, the Philip Treacy fascinator immediately inspired comparisons to a UFO. Off of Melania’s head, it could have also made for a mean frisbee.

The First Lady is a noted fan of white headgear. While meeting with the Queen on Monday, she tried her best Joan Collins-in-Dynasty in another tilted boater hat.

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‘I Loved Him.’ Harrison Ford Bids Farewell to Star Wars Co-Star Peter Mayhew

Hollywood actor Harrison Ford gave a heartfelt statement on his Star Wars co-star Peter Mayhew’s death on Thursday.

Peter Mayhew was a kind and gentle man, possessed of great dignity and noble character,” Ford said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter.

The 7-foot-3 actor played Chewbacca, the loyal sidekick to Han Solo, who was played by Ford. The famous Wookiee, who starred in five Star Wars films, including the original trilogy, died at his Texas home on Tuesday at the age of 74.

Ford said the duo’s unique bond extended beyond the silver screen.

“We were partners in film and friends in life for over 30 years and I loved him. He invested his soul in the character and brought great pleasure to the Star Wars audience,” Ford said about his co-star, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Read More: ‘The Gentlest of Giants.’ Star Wars Actors Honor Late Chewbacca Star Peter Mayhew

The Han Solo actor credited Mayhew’s character for the popularity of the legendary science fiction film series.

“Chewbacca was an important part of the success of the films we made together. He knew how important the fans of the franchise were to its continued success and he was devoted to them. I and millions of others will never forget Peter and what he gave us all,” Ford said.


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Karl Lagerfeld’s Dreamy, Star-Studded Farewell at Paris Fashion Week

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PARIS — A moment’s silence for Karl Lagerfeld at his final Chanel show on March 5 marked the death of the designer on February 19, and the close of Paris Fashion Week for the Fall/Winter 2019 ready-to-wear season.

The nine-day fashion extravaganza showcases some of the world’s finest fashion houses to an audience of industry insiders and stars.

From the smallest to the most famous of designers, herewith some of the most memorable looks of the season.

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Farewell ‘Gampy’ – former U.S. president George H.W. Bush mourned by family

Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush’s family took center stage at his funeral in Houston on Thursday, with personal tributes, grandsons who knew him better as “Gampy” serving as honorary pallbearers and granddaughters reading from the Bible.
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