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  • Adam 18:43 on 18.04.2019 Постоянная ссылка |
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    Everything we’ve learned about Beyoncé’s Coachella performance from watching her Netflix-documentary ‘Homecoming’ 

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    Only a week after the trailer dropped, Netflix released Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé. The highly anticipated (at least for the last seven days or so, as this is how long we’ve had to process the news) documentary offers fans an intimate, in-depth look at what really went on in the months leading up to her incredible 2018 Coachella performance.

    The Formation singer – who made history as the first female black artist to headline the annual music festival in California – wrote, directed and produced the film and like anything Beyoncé Knowles-Carter does, the documentary does not disappoint.

    For about 2.5 hours, Homecoming explores everything from the three sound stages for rehearsals to the design of the costumes (did we mention they’re custom Balmain), whilst finally showing footage of her jaw-dropping performance. In brief, there’s a lot to get into, so here are the most important takeaways.

    ‘Homecoming’ is a celebration of black creativity

    It was really important for Beyoncé to have a black orchestra. Her ‘Homecoming’-themed set was inspired by HBCU traditions and included roughly 200 musicians, background singers and dancers, all recruited from historically black colleges and universities.


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    ‘I wanted different characters; I didn’t want us all doing the same thing,’ she states in her documentary. ‘The things that these young people can do with their bodies and the music they can play, and the drumrolls, and the haircuts, and the bodies. It’s just so much damn swag. It’s just gorgeous, and it makes me proud.’

    The performance took months of preparation

    ‘When I decided to do Coachella, instead of me pulling out my flower crown, it was more important that I brought our culture to Coachella,’ she explains. ‘There was a four-month period of rehearsals with Derek [Pixie] and the band before we started the four months of dance rehearsals. The music and those vocal rehearsals – that’s the heartbeat of the show.’

    She handpicked every single detail of the set

    Beyoncé personally selected all the details. From each dancer and every light, to the height of the pyramid, the shape of the pyramid and even the material on the steps.

    Talking about the incredible costumes (the entire crew had two completely different sets of outfits for each weekend of Coachella), she reveals: ‘every tiny detail had an intention. There were so many meetings with Olivier [Rousteing].’


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    Beyoncé was supposed to headline in 2017

    Beyoncé was originally set to headline at Coachella the year prior, but she got pregnant unexpectedly. ‘It ended up being twins, which was even more of a surprise. My body went through more that I knew it could,’ she shares openly.

    ‘I had an extremely difficult pregnancy. I had high blood pressure. I developed toxaemia, preeclampsia and, in the womb, one of my babies’ heartbeat paused a few times so I had to get an emergency C-section.’ 

    She followed a very strict diet to get into shape

    This performance was the singer’s first time back on the stage after giving birth to Rumi and Sir Carter, and she struggled to get back into shape. ‘I’m creating my own homecoming. And it’s hard,’ Beyoncé admits.

    ‘There were days that I thought I’d never be the same. I’d never be the same physically; my strength and endurance would never be the same. She shares that she had to rebuild her body: ‘It me a while to feel confident enough to freak [the performance] and give it my own personality.’


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    Beyoncé was dedicated – cutting out bread, carbs, sugar, dairy, meat, fish and alcohol, in order for her to meet her goal. ‘I definitely pushed myself further than I knew I could,’ she says, ‘and I’ve learned a very valuable lesson. I will never push myself that far again.’

    Even Queen B struggles to balance her work and personal life

    Taking on a performance like this when you’ve just given birth to twins, isn’t an easy task. Beyoncé is very honest about how, when they first started rehearsing, her mind was not there, but with her children. ‘What people don’t see is the sacrifice,’ she says. ‘I would dance, a go off to the trailer and breastfeed the babies.’

    ‘It was a lot to juggle,’ she confesses. ‘Just trying to figure out how to balance being a mother of a six-year-old and of twins that need me, and giving myself creatively and physically. It’s not like before when I could rehearse 15 hours straight. I have children. I have a husband. I have to take care of my body.’

    To quote Netflix (or should we say Beyflix, as the streaming service changed its name for a day to celebrate the premier of the documentary), what a time to be alive. Homecoming is incredible film, and Beyoncé is an incredible artist. That’s something every music fan, whether or not you’re part of the Beyhive, will have to admit after watching this groundbreaking performance.

    So sit back and enjoy.

    The post Everything we’ve learned about Beyoncé’s Coachella performance from watching her Netflix-documentary ‘Homecoming’ appeared first on Marie Claire.

  • Adam 17:30 on 18.04.2019 Постоянная ссылка |
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    Here are all the ways Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have broken protocol with their royal baby 

    From water births to baby showers…


    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting their first child together any day now, with the royal baby due this month.

    The future arrival, referred to as the couple’s ‘little bump’, is already one of the most talked-about people in the world, with the public already speculating about everything from baby name predictions and god parent choices to nursery colour palettes.

    However, Baby Sussex is most talked about for having rule-breaking parents, with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex proving unafraid to rip up the royal rulebook for the sake of their little one.

    Here are all the ways Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are breaking protocol with the royal baby…

    The privacy:

    While most royal couples have held a sense of privacy when it has come to royal babies, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have broken tradition in how guarded they have been – and understandably so.

    The royal couple have faced more online backlash and speculation than most, with Meghan in particular getting vilified during her pregnancy. It was hardly surprising therefore when the royal family announced that the couple would be celebrating in private.

    ‘Their Royal Highnesses have taken a personal decision to keep the plans around the arrival of their baby private,’ the statement read. ‘The Duke and Duchess look forward to sharing the exciting news with everyone once they have had an opportunity to celebrate privately as a new family.’

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    The baby shower:

    Meghan Markle’s New York baby shower made news for various reasons – partially for the star-studded guest list, but mostly for its break from royal tradition.

    The 37-year-old’s ‘extravagant’ baby shower saw A-listers from Serena Williams to Amal Clooney congregate in The Mark hotel’s penthouse suite, something that the Queen was rumoured to have disapproved of. But while sources have insisted that the monarch wasn’t fazed, royal expert Victoria Arbiter among others explained that baby showers are ‘inappropriate’ for members of ‘The Firm’.

    The babymoon:

    It’s hardly surprising that a lot of the couple’s breaks from tradition are americanisms, with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex following a modern US trend this year, taking a babymoon before their arrival.

    The couple reportedly had a lavish three-night babymoon at Hampshire’s Heckfield Place, spending some quality time together in the Georgian manor house.

    ‘Meghan is only a couple of weeks away from giving birth, so Harry really wanted to treat her,’ a friend told The Sun, going on to explain that their break was filled with eating Michelin starred food as a two and going for long walks through the 400 surrounding acres.


    The delivery team:

    It has been reported that the former Suits actress is breaking tradition with her delivery team, opting out of using the Queen’s doctors, not wanting ‘men in suits’ delivering her baby, with royal gynaecologists, Alan Farthing and Guy Thorpe-Beeston having to take a backseat.

    ‘Meghan said she doesn’t want the men in suits. She was adamant that she wanted her own people,’ a source told the Daily Mail. ‘It did leave a few of us a little baffled’. Another source reportedly added: ‘It is slightly surprising. These people are the best of the best, and when it comes down to it, their role would actually be very limited in the birth itself, assuming all goes to plan.’

    Meghan is reportedly opting out of having the two male gynaecologists leading her delivery team, apparently going for a woman instead, though it is not known who she is.

    The home birth:

    While home births used to be the royal tradition, the protocol for the past four decades has been a hospital birth, with Princess Diana starting the current tradition of posing for a photo post-birth on the Lindo Wing steps of the hospital.

    Meghan however is set to break the tradition, with sources close to Vanity Fair claiming that the Duchess of Sussex is considering a home birth. And that’s not all, with Meghan said to be additionally considering a natural birth, with her mother Doria Ragland said to be involved in the birthing plan.


    The water birth:

    Not only is Meghan apparently parting with four decades of tradition to have the royal baby at home, it has also been reported that she is planning on having a water birth, which would be a royal first.

    ‘Obviously Meg’s into all the homeopathy, so none of us were shocked when we found out she’d been talking about a water birth,’ a friend of Prince Harry reportedly told the Daily Star Sunday. ‘Apparently she wants it to be as natural as possible: no drugs, no caesareans and so on. It’s the next logical step from all her yoga, meditation and so on. Obviously when she goes into labour she might end up, medically speaking, having to go the more conventional route. But for now a water birth is absolutely her plan, is what they’re saying.’

    The paternity leave:

    Prince Harry is breaking tradition once more, following a modern post-birth approach rather than a traditional royal one. The Duke of Sussex is reportedly taking paternity leave to support his wife and spend some quality time with his newborn.

    ‘He doesn’t need to take paternity leave because he doesn’t work in the way most people do,’ a friend of Prince Harry’s told The Express. ‘But he thinks it’s a very modern Dad thing to do.’


    The manny:

    While nannies are customary for royal babies, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are apparently going against tradition with their choices. According to The Express, the royal couple are taking a ‘modern American approach’ to the nanny they hire, reportedly opting for a ‘manny‘.

    ‘Hiring a “manny” is far more common in the U.S. — a nation that Meghan is more in tune with — than in the U.K. She’s keen to introduce the royal family to what she considers a more enlightened, modern American approach,’ a source explained. ‘[Prince Harry] and Meghan have discussed nannies and both have an open mind to a male nanny. They will definitely try to shortlist one.’

    Congratulations again to these two royal rule breakers!

    The post Here are all the ways Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have broken protocol with their royal baby appeared first on Marie Claire.

  • Adam 17:19 on 18.04.2019 Постоянная ссылка |
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    Top Ten London: Top 10 Charming London Alleyways To Pass Through On Your Next Visit to London 

    In America, we’re used to wide roads, streets, paths, and alleyways.  Oftentimes, an alley is used as the backend of a building, a place to keep the garbage bins, or just a pass through to another street.  However, in London, alleyways take on a life of their own.  They may include homes, shops, pubs, restaurants, and more.  They are also some of the prettiest places in London.  We’ve identified ten charming London alleys that you should check out the next time you visit.

    Neal’s Yard

    One of the most colorful alleyways in London, Neal’s Yard’s buildings, shutters, and doors, and painted in every color of the rainbow.  It’s also filled with shops, restaurants, and cafes, so you can marvel at all the colors while you sit down for a cup of tea or coffee and a snack.

    Goodwin’s Court

    Goodwin’s Court is a perfect example of London’s alleys that are lined with shops.  So perfect, in fact, that it’s said to be the basis for Diagon Alley in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series.  Originally built in 1690, the shops and offices feature elegant windows, wood trimmings, and iron and brass fixtures that give Goodwin’s Court a classic look.

    Craven Passage


    Named for William Craven, Craven Passage is mostly a tunnel that goes under Embankment Station, but in the open-air portions, you can find the Ship and Shovel, a pub that’s been around since the 16th Century.  Under the tunnel is The Arches Shopping Centre, which includes bars, restaurants, a comedy club, and a theatre.

    Wine Office Court

    Tucked away off Fleet Street, Wine Office Court is an alleyway that is home to one of London’s oldest pubs.  Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese was founded in 1538 and the current building constructed after the Great Fire of London, opening in 1667.  The Cheese is a grand old traditional pub and the main attraction for Wine Office Court, but there are other monuments here to spy as well.

    Ely Place

    The only gated alley on this list, Ely Place is the last privately-owned street in London.  It’s also home to another of London’s oldest pubs—Ye Olde Mitre.  Mitre, of course, isn’t just a great classic pub for a drink and a traditional British meal, it’s also part of the Campaign for Real Ales even though the pub is owned by Fullers, but CAMRA members get an extra 15% off each pint.

    Cecil Court

    A great example of a Victorian alleyway, Cecil Court is lined with shops that were built during the period and is wide enough that the sunlight really lights up the street.  It’s also the location of one of the city’s famous blue plaques, this one dedicated to composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who lived in the home of a barber with his family when he was eight years old on his tour of Europe. It’s also a place where many of London’s secondhand and antiquarian bookshops are located.

    St. Martin’s Court

    St. Martin’s Court is one of the more beautiful shopping alleys in London.  It’s a little more modern than the others on this list, but it is decorated with greenery and art that help make it a top shopping destination.  It’s also home to very high-class shops and restaurants like The White Company and Jamie’s Italian from famed chef Jamie Oliver.

    Rope Walk

    Running along the train lines in Bermondsey, Rope Walk is best known as the home of  Lining the alleyway are old warehouses that have been turned into shops, wine bars, cafes, and restaurants that will make your trip down this not-so-secret path memorable.  It may not be as pretty as the others, but it has its own certain charm.

    St. Christopher’s Place

    Another of London’s beautiful alley shopping centers, St. Christopher’s Place features a number of high-end shops and eateries.  It’s also almost always decorated for some occasion or home to an event, be it a concert, charity drive, or public art exhibit.  It’s arguably one of the most happening alleyways in all London, so you don’t want to miss it on your visit.

    Dansey Place

    In the heart of London’s Chinatown, Dansey Place brings the charm of the city’s Chinese community to London’s alleys.  While part of Dansey Place resembles what we think of as a traditional alley, the rest of the alley is filled with Chinese art and architecture including pagodas, gateways, and paper lanterns.  It is perhaps one of the best ways to see the Asian influence on the city by observing how different this alley is from its kin.

    Top Ten London: Top 10 Charming London Alleyways To Pass Through On Your Next Visit to LondonLondontopia — The Website for People Who Love London

  • Adam 16:46 on 18.04.2019 Постоянная ссылка |
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    These are the dreamiest easter eggs that we’re dying to get our hands on this year 

    We need ALL of these now.

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    Easter is fast-approaching, meaning hot cross buns, gold Lindt bunnies and creme eggs are returning to the shops.

    Are we excited? Just a little bit – especially those of us who have given up chocolate for lent.

    Disclaimer: For those people this might be a difficult read.

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    The most exciting part of Easter shopping is of course the selection of the dream Easter Egg, with 2019 serving up some cracking (get it?) offerings.

    Are you shopping for a loved one? A child? A parent? A co-worker? Your boss? Or, like most of us, yourself? Well, whoever you’re buying for and whatever your budget, we’ve catered for everyone.

    And whether you’re looking for the super luxe dark chocolate designer shells (you know, the ones that are more like artwork than food) or the classic Cadbury’s eggs that come with a mug (#nostalgia), we’ve got you covered.

    Not to mention vegan chocolate lovers, there’s a whole other round up for you on the best vegan easter eggs to scour through – you’re welcome.

    The most curveball eggs of 2019 have to be the solid cheddar Easter egg (umm YUM) and Aldi’s marmite offering (you’ll either love it or hate it).

    And the prize for the most millennial offering has to go to Waitrose for their chocolate avocado (thankfully only avo-like in shape).

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    For Game of Thrones fans, there are dragon eggs – yes dragon eggs. And as always there are also some boozy offerings, from Baileys to even Prosecco infused shells.

    But for the crème de la crème of Easter eggs, we’re going artisanal with this year’s offerings. We’re talking hand-piped shimmery pink shells from Betty’s, Venchi dark chocolate choco caviar and Booja Booja decorative eggs stuffed with powdered truffles.

    We would recommend eating or being near chocolate while scrolling through the following – you are about to feel very hungry.

    Now, sit back, browse and let your mouth water…

    The post These are the dreamiest easter eggs that we’re dying to get our hands on this year appeared first on Marie Claire.

  • Adam 15:37 on 18.04.2019 Постоянная ссылка |
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    This is Meghan Markle’s one self conscious gesture 

    But what does it all mean?

    Meghan Markle is one of the most talked about women in the world, becoming Duchess of Sussex just under a year ago, and now expecting a royal baby any day.

    The 37-year-old has fitted seamlessly into the royal family, blossoming into the role and carrying out everything from speeches to official events with an impressive amount of confidence.

    Yes, Meghan may have only been a Duchess for less than a year, but you wouldn’t think it by looking at her, with the former Suits actress undergoing Princess lessons to learn the etiquette, something she has made look effortless.

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    According to body language experts however, Meghan has one tell-tale sign that she’s not quite as confident as she seems.

    The gesture in question? Playing with her hair, that experts are speculating could be a nervous tic.

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    ‘Some people touch their hair, play with their fingernails, or rub their arms, as a way to psychologically and physiologically calm themselves when they’re feeling anxious, uncomfortable,or stressed,’ body language expert Blanca Cobb told GoodHousekeeping.com. ’Some people might touch, twirl or stroke their hair when in awkward social situations such as when they’re not sure what to do or what to say.’

    Of course, Meghan’s hair touching could just be habit, but judging by the stress that comes with her royal role, we wouldn’t be surprised if she had developed a nervous tic.

    The post This is Meghan Markle’s one self conscious gesture appeared first on Marie Claire.

  • Adam 15:20 on 18.04.2019 Постоянная ссылка |
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    Babies born on the same day as Meghan Markle’s future arrival could win a luxury gift 

    Tell us more…

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    Words by Maisie Bovingdon 

    Meghan Markle is believed to be giving birth to the royal baby any day now, as Prince Harry’s dad Prince Charles, as well as the Duchess of Sussex’s make-up artist recently hinted.

    Although the royal couple insist they won’t publicly announce the news of the arrival straight away, or pose outside the Lindo Wing like Kate Middleton and Princess Diana, there is something else in store to keep parents on tenterhooks this month.

    Pure Leaf Tea are giving away a whopping $10,000 to newborns, born in America, who will share the same birthday as baby Sussex, and the huge sum is set to go towards their future education.

    As part of the Royal Tea contest the first 10 entries, who will be chosen at random, will also be given the opportunity to have a formal family portrait taken by American photographer Yaron Leshem.

    The lucky winners will be jetted to a location of their choice to shoot the photo, which you could even copy and send out to relatives over Christmas like the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

    But the runners up do not miss out either, as 50 families will be selected to receive a $100 Shutterfly gift card.

    The competition is simple to enter.  All you need to do is:

    • Follow Pure Leaf on Twitter or Instagram
    • When your baby is born on the same day as the royal baby, submit a picture of the full family, the new addition to the family or a baby accessory on social media
    • Make sure to use the hashtag #PureLeafRoyalTEABaby and #Sweepstakes

    Entries can be entered up to seven days after the birth.

    Once the submission date has come to a close within 48 hours the successful candidates will be selected and notified by direct message, but they MUST reply within two days of finding out they’ve won to claim the prize.

    The countdown is on….

    The post Babies born on the same day as Meghan Markle’s future arrival could win a luxury gift appeared first on Marie Claire.

  • Adam 14:50 on 18.04.2019 Постоянная ссылка |
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    Prince George has a hilarious nickname from his schoolmates 

    No, it’s not George of the castle…


    Words by Maisie Bovingdon 

    Prince George has not only stolen our hearts, but also those of his schoolmates – so much so, he apparently has a brilliant nickname from his pals at Thomas’s Battersea.

    The five-year-old royal – who is third in line to the throne – is in Year 1 at the south London school, and is known by his peers not as George, or Prince, but  P.G, a source told Vanity Fair, a moniker that is far from his pseudonym, Archie.

    But why P.G? No, it isn’t a nod to the tea brand, but actually a shortened version of ‘Prince George’ – get it?

    But the moniker isn’t mocking his royal status, because Kate Middleton and Prince Willian’s eldest son is ‘very popular’ in class, and people don’t make a ‘fuss’ about who he is and his famous relatives.

    The insider continued to tell the publication: ‘He’s very popular and has a lot of friends, and there’s very little fuss made about who he is.’

    George also has the support of his royal cousin Maud Windsor – who is the daughter of Lord Frederick Michael George David Louis Windsor and Sophie Winkleman – as she too goes to Thomas’s Battersea.

    Will P.G. be a nickname that sticks throughout George’s life? We’ll have to wait and see, but it certainly is catchy.

    The post Prince George has a hilarious nickname from his schoolmates appeared first on Marie Claire.

  • Adam 14:41 on 18.04.2019 Постоянная ссылка |
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    Apparently Meghan Markle wants ‘an American nanny to look after the royal baby’ 

    Here’s what we know…

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    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting the arrival of their royal baby any day now with the Duchess of Sussex said to be ‘nesting’ in Frogmore Cottage until the birth of their ‘little bump’.

    Last week the royal couple announced that they would be keeping the birth of their child quiet in order to ‘privately celebrate’, and ever since the whole world has been speculating about everything from potential baby names and nursery decor to God parent choices and due dates.

    This week however the subject that made news was the matter of nannies.


    The royal couple were first rumoured not to be having a nanny, with Meghan Markle’s mother Doria Ragland set to move in to help out, and then it was suggested that the couple might choose a ‘manny’.

    But it was rumoured this week that Meghan had another stipulation. Meghan apparently wants to hire ‘an American nanny to look after the royal baby’

    ‘They are keen to explore the ­possibility of a male nanny. The worker will earn up to £70,000 a year, depending on ­experience,’ The Mirror reported. ‘Meghan was clear in telling recruiters she favors an American over a Brit and wants them to feel part of the family rather than a uniformed member of staff. That is important to her, she’s never hidden the fact she is fiercely proud of her American roots.’

    Will Meghan and Harry opt for a British or an American nanny? Only time will tell.

    The post Apparently Meghan Markle wants ‘an American nanny to look after the royal baby’ appeared first on Marie Claire.

  • Adam 14:03 on 18.04.2019 Постоянная ссылка |
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    Fifty Shades author E. L James has released a new book about the royals 

    Here’s what we know…

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    Words by Maisie Bovingdon

    E. L. James has released a new book after the success of the Fifty Shades of Grey franchise, and it is tipped to be the must read of the year.

    Her new romantic fiction novel The Mister is reportedly based on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their royal baby any day now.

    However, Erika has not confirmed the rumours.

    Speaking on Today about her latest projectthe author said: ‘This is still steamy but in a more conventional way. I fell in love with [the new characters], and I hope other people fall in love with them.’

    The text is set in contemporary London, and based on privileged Maxim Trevelyan.

    The protagonist never wants for anything – women nor money – but suddenly a tragedy hits and he inherits his family’s noble title, and with that comes more wealth, lavish estates, but extra responsibilities too, which he is not quite ready to take on.

    As he battles with the new title, he meets a woman, Alessia Demachi, who has a very problematic history of her own.

    The synopsis reads: ‘From the heart of London through wild, rural Cornwall to the bleak, forbidding beauty of the Balkans, The Mister is a roller-coaster ride of danger and desire that leaves the reader breathless to the very last page.’

    Well, this just got added to our summer reading lists.

    The post Fifty Shades author E. L James has released a new book about the royals appeared first on Marie Claire.

  • Adam 13:52 on 18.04.2019 Постоянная ссылка |
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    Wait, will Lori Loughlin’s daughters be forced to testify against her? 

    Here’s what we know…


    The college admissions scandal has dominated the headlines this past month, with the recently unearthed scheme reportedly being the largest college admissions scandal of all time.

    The scheme in question reportedly saw parents bribe school officials and college coaches to get their children into top colleges, either by cheating on standardised tests or by getting the children accepted as college athletes despite often not even playing the sport.

    According to federal prosecutors, 50 people took part in the scheme, but the two famous faces involved are Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman and 90210 actress Lori Loughlin – both of whom have been charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud in ‘Operation Varsity Blues’.

    Lori Loughlin and her daughters. Credit: REX

    But while both women could be facing potential jail time for their alleged involvement in what is being referred to as ‘Operation Varsity Blues’, they are actually facing very different consequences.

    Felicity is reportedly looking at a potential 4-10 months in prison, whereas Lori Loughlin’s charges apparently have a maximum sentence of 40 years. It is thought however that if she is found guilty, Lori will most likely face around three to five years in prison.

    Lori Loughlin with her daughter Olivia Grace. Credit: REX

    One of the reasons for Lori’s potentially longer sentence, aside from her additional charge, is her not guilty plea, something that according to sources, is worrying the actress, fearing that her daughters Olivia Jade and Isabella may be forced to testify against her.

    ‘[Lori is] very afraid that her daughters will have to testify,’ a source told People. ’That will traumatize them even more.’

    The post Wait, will Lori Loughlin’s daughters be forced to testify against her? appeared first on Marie Claire.

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