Although it's not technically forbidden the way that other things (such as taking political sides or taking selfies) are, most senior members of the royal family keep their fashion choices relatively conservative. That means no permanent body modifications other than simple ear piercings for women. As one of the most visible and senior royals, Prince Harry doesn't really rock the boat much these days. Similarly, other high-profile royals, such as the Duchess of
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We're pretty sure this is the first tiara Meghan has received since donning her own stunning diamond diadem in her wedding. That's something Annie gets to tell all
Man, those This Is Us writers are geniuses, and the latest episode can absolutely attest to that. Episode four, "Vietnam," tells the story of Jack Pearson's past - from the birth of his younger brother Nicky, all the way through his life-changing time in Vietnam - but the subtle hints throughout the episode that connect so strongly to his future are why we can't get enough of this show. Since the series premiered more than two years ago, Jack's past remained a mystery, his relationship with his brother was rarely explored, and the most we knew about his beloved necklace was that he gave it to Kevin after the boy was injured during his high school football game.
During this week's episode, we see Jack's necklace for the first time on a mystery woman at his camp in Vietnam.
As we've seen in the trailer, Halloween picks up four decades after Laurie's daring escape from the masked killer. If it's been a while since you've seen the original, now is a perfect time to rewatch it. But if you don't have the time, let me fill you in. Here's a beat-for-beat recap of the 1978 horror classic. Keep this in mind when you go to see the new one!
The series debuted on Friday, Oct. 5 with an eight-episode first season. But as we all know, it can be frustrating to fall in love with a show, only to have it never see a second season. So will Netflix be producing another season of Elite? At first Netflix didn't want to comment one way or another, likely because the streaming giant wanted
The movie was originally set to begin filming in February 2019 with hopes that it'd be out sometime in 2020. But if production really has been moved to 2021, then we'll have to wait even longer until we see our intergalactic protectors back in action. Nonetheless, we're still holding out hope that they're able to stick with the original date to start filming. After all, the fate of the galaxy depends on it.
Where You've Seen Him Before
Papa Legba first appeared as part of Coven's voodoo-tinged storyline. He's the gatekeeper of the spirit world and "collects" souls at all costs, often by making shady
Things got even cuter, though, when Harry showed off his chivalrous side and assisted Meghan with taking off her shoes. As the duchess untied her black espadrille wedges, Meghan handed one of the shoes to Harry so she could free her hands and remove the other one. Between this and Meghan holding Harry's umbrella, these two have officially succeeded in melting us into a giant puddle of mush.
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Warning: Major spoilers for Apostle ahead!
Here's the basic premise of the movie: Former missionary Thomas Richardson (Stevens) goes to a remote Welsh island called Erisden, which is inhabited by a small but intense cult of people. The island's leader, Prophet Malcolm (Michael Sheen
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