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The Crown has offered fans a a first glimpse of Emma Corrin as Diana, Princess of Wales in her iconic wedding dress. An image released by Netflix shows the actor wearing a new version of the gown, which was based on the original design by David and Elizabeth Emanuel. The post on the show’s official Twitter account said: “A first glimpse of Princess Diana’s wedding dress.“Emmy award-winning costume designer Amy Roberts wanted to capture the same spirit and style of David & Elizabeth Emanuel’s original design, without creating a replica for Emma Corrin.”A first glimpse of Princess Diana’s wedding dress. Emmy award-winning costume designer Amy Roberts wanted to capture the same spirit and style of David & Elizabeth Emanuel’s original design, without creating a replica for Emma Corrin. pic.twitter.com/iYXN66aFjh— The Crown (@TheCrownNetflix) October 3, 2020The original dress was famous for featuring a 25ft train, although the angle of the picture does not allow us a peek at its recreation. Emma, whose previous credits include Misbehaviour and Grantchester, will portray Diana during the early part of her relationship with Charles – played by Josh O’Connor – in the upcoming fourth series of the Netflix drama. Last week, Netflix gave fans the first proper look at Emma in character, as well as the first pictures of Gillian Anderson as former prime minister Margaret Thatcher. It’s time. Here’s your first look at @GillianA as Margaret Thatcher and Emma Corrin as Princess Diana in Season 4 of @TheCrownNetflix. pic.twitter.com/3eg121ugPJ— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) September 29, 2020The upcoming fourth series will be Olivia Colman’s second in the lead role of the Queen, with production on the new episodes wrapping shortly before the UK went into lockdown earlier this year.For the fifth series of The Crown, Imelda Staunton will take over the throne from Olivia, while Jonathan Pryce will succeed Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip.Meanwhile, Lesley Manville and Elizabeth Debicki will be playing Princess Margaret and Princess Diana, although it’s yet to be confirmed who will be appearing opposite her as Prince Charles.The Crown’s fourth series will debut on Netflix on 15 November.READ MORE: Gillian Anderson's Margaret Thatcher Is Spookily Accurate In New Pics From The Crown Series 4 Olivia Colman Admits Her First Time Meeting The Queen Didn't Exactly Go Smoothly The Crown Creator Clears Up Speculation About Meghan Markle And Prince Andrew Being Depicted In Final Series
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After discovering how to protect jewelry with pearls, many people asked me for some advice on how to choose pearls.Et voilà, ready to use my mini-guide on how to choose pearls to recover a minimum of orientation when you enter a jewelry store!Pearls are not a recent discovery of jewelry, they were used for jewelry by men and women since ancient times.Not to mention queens and princesses: in addition to diamond jewellery, pearls have always been the protagonists of royal jewellery, from England to Denmark, from Queen Letizia of Spain to Maxima of Holland, you’ll be spoilt for choice between wonderful tiaras and imperfect necklaces.But how does a real (and not synthetic) pearl come about?They are mostly of Chinese origin and are the ones most commonly used for jewellery in the medium-low price range.
Kate wears a headscarf like Meghan Markles, real reason behind it.KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge, wore a headscarf today when she and Prince William visited a mosque in Lahore, Pakistan.Related: Pakistan royal visit: Prince William and Kate mingle with Kalasha community.Lahore is the capital of Pakistan’s Punjab area and the Badshahi Mosque, which sits on the edge of the notable walled city, is one of its most notable tourist spots.Also, See Melania kiss Trudeau behind Trump and Brigitte Macron photo trap.Meghan Markle wore similar clothing when she visited a mosque in South Africa a month ago – yet for what reason did the two Duchesses wear headscarves?
Can we interest you in some unwashed gym gear instead?If you needed a manual for your Apple-1, you've missed your chance.Some other well-heeled fanboi is 12 pages richer and nearly $13k poorer.The booklet was originally expected to go for $10k but such is the determination of Apple fans to spend money on the company's products, the dozen pages of Woz-wisdom actually went for $12,956, about two iPhone power cables short of the magic $13k.The winning bidder is now the proud owner of what Boston-based RR Auctions reckons is one of 65 surviving guides to Apple's $666.66 computer.The surviving Steve, Wozniak, made around 200 or so of the things back in 1976.
The Duke of Sussex has given his backing to a £47 million landmine-clearing initiative to help rid Angola of the deadly military munitions.It is a cause championed by his mother Diana, Princess of Wales when she visited Angola and walked through the minefields in 1997.HuffPost is part of Oath.Oath and our partners need your consent to access your device and use your data (including location) to understand your interests, and provide and measure personalised ads.Oath will also provide you with personalised ads on partner products.Select 'OK' to continue and allow Oath and our partners to use your data, or select 'Manage options' to view your choices.
Today Fridababy, the company behind the NoseFrida, a snot-sucking device for infants, put out a plea to Meghan Markle in the form of a full-page New York Times ad.Since the days of Princess Diana, it’s become something of a tradition for royal women to stand on the steps of the hospital where they have just given birth (usually, the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital in London) so their new little royal can greet the public for the first time.It’s a ritual Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge (also known as Kate Middleton) has continued throughout the birth of her three children at an astonishing turnaround: Just over a day after giving birth to Prince George in 2013 she was on the steps, while after Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte’s births in 2018 and 2015, she was outside mere hours after giving birth.The ad, which begins “An Open Letter to the Royal Mom-To-Be,” asks the Duchess of Sussex to skip the traditional royal baby post-birth photo op on the steps of the hospital in order to help fuel a dialogue around the physical recovery period women go through after giving birth.“Sure your blowout will be perfect for your hospital step photo-op, but people will be opining on all the wrong things—like how soon you will fit into your pre-baby wardrobe—instead of having an honest conversation about what women go through during birth or immediately thereafter,” the letter, written by Fridababy CEO Chelsea Hirschhorn reads.Hirschhorn told Adweek that Fridababy, a company that produces parenting products, wanted to encourage Markle to use this moment to shine a light on what really happens after a woman gives birth, and shy away from setting unrealistic expectations.
Prince Harry appears to have given Meghan Markle an incredibly poignant wedding day gift.Markle, who became Duchess of Sussex during Saturday’s Royal wedding, was seen wearing an impressive, emerald cut aquamarine ring similar in style to one which belonged to his late, beloved mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.The jewel was spotted in photographs taken of the newlyweds as they sped towards their evening reception in an open-top sports car.PA Wire/PA Images PA Wire/PA Images PA Wire/PA ImagesThe Duchess wore the large gem on her right hand as the couple made their way though the Windsor estate.Eagle-eyed court observers spotted the ring, and photographs of Diana wearing the ring before her death in 1997 showing the striking similarity.
K E Y P O I N T SMeghan’s bouquet contained Forget-Me-Not flowers picked by Prince Harry, a favourite bloom of his late mother, Princess DianaThe Most Rev Bishop Michael Curry, the first African-American presiding bishop and primate of the Episcopal Church, opened his speech with words from Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King JrPrince Charles stepped in to walk Meghan down the aisle after her own father had to pull out at the last momentMeghan wore a sparkling diamond tiara loaned to her by the QueenHer veil featured embroidered flora of each of the 53 countries of the Commonwealth
Over 250 previously unseen, lost or forgotten photos of the royal family are being released in a book to commemorate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.The book, The Crown From The Crowd, was created after former BBC royal correspondent Jenny Bond asked the nation to look in their photo albums and attics and send in their best amateur pictures of the family at royal events over the years.The pictures collected range from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in an intimate moment, to Princess Diana visiting a school where she tries not to get covered with flour, and Sarah, the Duchess of York, grabbing a camera from a member of the public to take her own picture of them.The pictures date from this year back to snaps from the reign of Queen Victoria in the 1890s.HuffPost UK can reveal a set of exclusive pictures from the book, produced by Photobox, along with details from amateur photographers who took them.In 2016 she came for a one-day visit I had the chance to shake her hand twice and take some nice pictures.” Date: October 2016
Four years after his parents died in a car crash, a boy in China was born using a surrogate mother and embryos frozen before, the BBC reports.Tiantian was born to a surrogate mother from Laos.His parents had frozen embryos with the intention to use them for IVF treatment.After their death, the child's grandparents went through a legal battle to acquire the right to use these embryos and to provide them with a grandson.With no legal precedent for the case, it was a struggle.They went to Laos, where commercial surrogacy is legal, and brought the surrogate mother to China, to make sure the child was born on Chinese soil, in order to ensure Chinese citizenship.
How an English duke and the invention of vulcanized rubber gave us the ideal boot for April showers By Robert KlaraWhen foreign heads of state visit the White House, they tend to bring the sort of dull, diplomatic gifts destined for museum storage rooms, like tea sets and oil paintings.But a notable exception took place in July of 2010, when David Cameron called on the Obamas with something the first family could really use.The British Prime Minister had brought the kids some Hunter boots.At $150 a pair—cheap by diplomatic standards—the expenditure likely pleased the Exchequer, and it no doubt pleased the public, too.After all, among all the U.K. exports cherished by us Yanks—Burberry raincoats, Jaguars, Downton Abbey and so on—not one is as stylish yet simultaneously utilitarian as a pair of Hunter boots.
The Duchess of Cambridge was seen wearing a fabulous red and white coat during her tour of Norway and Sweden with Prince William.The houndstooth coat she sported by upmarket label Catherine Walker appears to have been a couture piece, as it’s currently not seen on the brand’s website.Diana, Princess of Wales wore a similar outfit nearly 30 years ago during a walkabout after a Christening at Sandringham with a young Prince William.As well as looking radiant in the classic coat as she greeted crowds outside the Matteusskolen school in Stockholm, the Duchess of Cambridge wore burgundy pumps and a small bag to match.When Kensington Palace shared the day’s events on social media, the Duchess’ outfit drew comments from beady-eyed fans who noted that she was twinning with the late Princess Diana.The Duchess looked elegant as she was pictured greeting children enthusiastically, her baby bump slightly visible under the structured coat.
Facebook says tens of thousands of children in secondary schools could be taught to counter cyber bullying by the social network.The company is investing £1 million in helping pupils in the UK's 4,500 secondary schools to become "digital safety ambassadors" - young people trained on how to counter online abuse.Facebook lets anybody aged 13 or over to have a Facebook or Instagram account, but up to one in four children have experienced online bullying, according to the UK Council for Child Internet Safety estimates.According to research released on Monday, more than half would prefer to deal with bullying online instead of turning to an adult, but are more likely to seek the advice of friends.Facebook says it is providing online help on how to combat cyber bullying, and funding youth charities to carry out face-to-face training in classrooms.It has partnered with the Diana Award, an anti-bullying charity set up in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Childnet International.
Buckingham Palace is opening its doors to the public tomorrow, as the annual Royal Collection show gets underway.The Queen's using her stand in a bit of the room to show off some of the presents she's been given from overseas visitors, while a separate area in the palace's Music Room concentrates on artifacts left from the time of Princess Diana.So what we're seeing is a time capsule that commemorates someone who was young in the late 1970s and early 1980s.Hence she has a little briefcase full of cassette tapes, with the Royal Collection keen to point out that she liked George Michael and Elton John at the peak of her fame, but it's also possible to see something from Lionel Richie buried in there.Here, what else is there?Is that Def Leppard's Pyromania in there?