A.J. Langer became a fan favorite as rebellious best friend Rayanne to angsty teen Angela (Claire Danes) on the ’90s cult hit My So-Called Life.
While the "Suits" actress's romance with Prince Harry seems rosy, she's dealing with some challenges within her family — namely, siblings who seem to be attempting to profit off the high-profile relationship.
New stories about Princess Diana surface as her two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, reveal fond memories in upcoming documentary.
Prince Harry, Prince William, and Kate Middleton recently sat down to talk with each other about losing Princess Diana and eliminating the stigma of mental health.
When you’re the queen of England, you pretty much get all your royal needs met. After all, the queen is the Head of the Commonwealth and Defender of the Faith. But the job entails a lot of standing on your feet and greeting foreign dignitaries and subjects alike as well. So naturally, Elizabeth II employs someone to break in her shoes before she wears them. The Evening Standard reported that the monarch recently hired a newcomer to soften up the queen’s new shoes with a pair of beige cotton ankle socks on the carpet so that the monarch doesn’t have to suffer from blisters. According to Elizabeth’s former chef, Darren McGrady, she also has a sweet tooth and likes to travel with her favorite chocolate biscuit cake.
Prince William will never have moves like Jagger, Jackson, or JT. The footage, obtained by TMZ, shows him grooving to “I Got 5 On It,” a 1995 song by American hip-hop duo Luniz, and he continued swaying to some EDM. Prince William has adorably bad dance moves.
Prince William visited a primary school in Wales today to launch the new SkillForce Prince William Award. The award aims to help children ages 6-14 develop confidence to think independently and make positive decisions. The Duke of Cambridge showed us what it truly means to be a kid and proved how great a dad he is to Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Here’s three of the biggest headlines to get you caught up on all things celebrity: Shooting a world leader is no laughing matter. But the Times of London reports on a “curious royal incident” when Queen Elizabeth II was nearly shot… by one of her palace guards. The ex-guard recalls how one night he saw a shadowy figure in the dark, walking outside at 3 a.m. It was quickly revealed to be Her Majesty, who is fond of late night strolls. She told him, “Next time I’ll ring through beforehand so you don’t have to shoot me.” Oh, British humor. ...
Some private letters written by Princess Diana have surfaced, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the royal family’s life between 1984 until 1993. The collection of handwritten notes will be auctioned off in Cambridge, England, next month. The correspondence, never before published, was addressed to Cyril Dickman, who served as a steward at Buckingham Palace for over 50 years, and with whom the princess apparently enjoyed a close friendship. One letter, dated Sept. 20, 1984, was written soon after the birth of Prince Harry.
Kate Middleton has graced us with four new photos of Princess Charlotte looking absolutely adorable!
It’s only been a week since President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama visited Prince Harry at Kensington Palace, but they’re already reaching out to the royal.
Kensington Palace shared a photo of a card written by Prince William, the future King of England, on which he was asked to write down something that makes him special. Instead, Prince William went with, “I am a prince.” Well, sure. “Today The Duke of Cambridge took part in anti-bullying workshop, organised by the Diana Award, to encourage young people to be proud of what makes them different,” Kensington Palace wrote on its official Instagram.
Before the World Series, Jimmy Kimmel, a devout Mets fan, made a bet with Modern Family’s Eric Stonestreet, a die-hard Royals fan. Wednesday’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live showed Jimmy making good on his bet by allowing Eric to shoot him with paintballs in a bounce-house for 30 seconds. Eric brought along several members of the World Series champion Kansas City Royals to help out.
With their velvet crowns, palaces, and publicly displayed jewels, the British royal family may be the very symbol of ostentatious wealth, but, as it turns out, they’re Dickensian peasants compared to the real British royals: The Beckham family.