The piece of jewelry has been lent to other members of the royal family.
The Olympic athlete gets candid about her dating life after previously opening up about saving herself for marriage.
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The plus-sized model and daughter of ex-"Baywatch" star David Hasselhoff graces the latest cover of "Playboy."
Maria Kang, known online as "No Excuses Mom" issued the raw challenge to her social media followers.
The 27-year-old singer reflects on his unhappiness and how God and his wife Hailey Bieber have helped him through.
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The 48-year-old also revealed her mother Blythe Danner's reaction to Goop's latest products.
The Olympian has been an outspoken activist for Muslim women.
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In this Yahoo Life series model, designer and activist Hunter McGrady sits down with the most influential voices of the industry to discuss the issues of today from body positivity to feminism and the All Worthy movement. Regarding this latest episode, which features Mikayla Holmgren, she said: "Making my Sports Illustrated Swimsuit debut in 2017 changed my life, as I became a household name for the growing body positive movement. But with progress comes pressure, especially when considered a "first" within an industry of exclusivity and limited representation — something that Mikayla Holmgren is no stranger to and certainly not fearful of. The 26-year-old tells me that she's a model, dancer and activist with "a little bit of Down Syndrome on the side" who is working to break boundaries when it comes to representation of people with disabilities in mainstream media." Watch the video above to learn more about Mikayla's inspiring story.
The athlete graces the publication's latest digital issue.
The 'Red Table Talk' host looked peachy in her stunning hijab.
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The new mom took to Instagram to ask for advice from other working parents.