Prince Charles takes "enormous pleasure" in finding "charming and intelligent" red squirrels in his house.
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In the run-up to the big day, it had been rumored that the incoming commander in chief would be sworn in wearing a Ralph Lauren suit, a selection foreshadowed, perhaps, by his choice of a Ralph Lauren polo shirt (with a very visible outsized logo) to his COVID-19 vaccination this month.
First Lady Jill Biden brought her sartorial A-game to Inauguration Day — and symbolically championed a young American label at the same time — by sporting a tone-on-tone ensemble designed by Alexandra O’Neill, founder of the barely four-year-old New York-based label Markarian. The custom-designed look included an ocean blue wool tweed coat embellished with Swarovski crystals that caught the light and a matching dress with a chiffon bodice and scalloped skirt. The icing on the matchy-matchy cake? A silk face mask (also by Markarian) in the same shade of blue and a pair of matching gloves (provenance unknown). According to a press release issued by the designer, the color blue was chosen “to signify trust, confidence, and stability.”
Romeo Beckham's parents, Victoria and David Beckham, have gushed over their son's first-ever Vogue cover.
Sir Rod Stewart's wife Penny Lancaster once threw a pair of men's underwear at him on stage.
'Wonder Woman' star Gal Gadot was so “grateful” to be cast as the superhero, and so she didn’t tell anyone she couldn’t breathe in her costume during her initial fittings.
Kyra Sedgwick asked her husband, Kevin Bacon, to give her a bikini wax because he is "incredibly handy" - but she was left in "agonising" pain.
Hollywood star Kristen Bell has hailed Dax Shepard on social media.
Liam Payne has praised Harry Styles for his flamboyant magazine covers and says he is "free to do as he wishes".
Viola Davis and her husband Julius Tennon take a bath together “every night”, where they relax and "talk" about the events of the past day.
Four young cancer survivors who met, became fast friends and supported each other while in treatment at a hospital in Florida four years ago didn’t let the pandemic keep them from their annual reunion. Known as the “tutu girls” for their matching outfits, the 6- and 7-year-olds held their meetup on Zoom. One of the moms got the idea for the dance costumes to raise awareness about childhood cancer, and a tradition was born.
Gabourey Sidibe warned anyone who wants to "slide in her fiance's DMs" that she "can fight".