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Prince George Brings Back the Knee Socks! All About His Canada Arrival Look

25 September 2016 5:50 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Once again, Prince George steals the show! All eyes were on the eldest child of Prince William and Princess Kate as the royal foursome touched down in Victoria, Canada, on Saturday to begin the family's official royal tour. Holding hands with his parents as he deplaned (with Kate holding onto adorable Princess Charlotte), George wore a blue knit sweater with wooden buttons over a traditional blue and beige plaid shirt, teamed with navy blue wool shorts, all from the Spanish brand Pepa & Co. "Once again, I feel honored that the Duchess of Cambridge has selected our brand of Spanish clothing »

- Monique Jessen, @moniquejessen

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Bam: Az Films Boards 64A Films’ ‘The Elf’ (Exclusive)

12 July 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Linking two of Latin America’s high-profile producers, Argentina’s Az Films has boarded “El Duende” (The Elf), a horror parable lead-produced by Bogota and Cali-based 64A Films, the Colombian producer of Sundance entry “All Your Dead Ones,” TV smash hit “Pablo Escobar: The Drug Lord“ and now “Blanca,” one of Vivendi’s Studio Plus mobile-first premium web series.

64A Films co-founder Diego Ramirez has also announced some of the most ambitious TV plans of any independent movie production house in Latin America: Production of 10 one-hour TV series and 10 10-minute-per-episode series. Carlos Moreno’s one-hour “El Dorado,” the story of the Spanish Conquest, based on William Ospina’s “The Amazon Trilogy,” is now in advanced development.

“The Elf” will shoot in English, said Ramirez, whose producer credits also include Carlos Moreno’s “Dog Eat Dog.” It marks the second solo feature from Jorge Navas, who debuted with 2009 Venice Days player “Blood and Rain,” described »

- John Hopewell

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Princess Charlotte Looks Adorable in New Photos Released for Her 1st Birthday

1 May 2016 7:03 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Happy early birthday, Princess Charlotte! Kate Middleton and Prince William's second and youngest child turns 1 Monday. To help celebrate the little girl's birthday, Kensington Palace has released new, adorable photos of her. Mom Kate shot the pics in April at the family's home in Norfolk, England. The little princess has brown hair like her mother and blue eyes like dad Prince William and resembles her brother Prince George, 2, as well. And boy, has she grown up! Look who's standing up! In one pic, she wears a blue floral dress and cream rose-printed cardigan, paired with a blue ribbon, while holding onto the edge of a chair. Another photo shows her sitting in a smaller »

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