Dr. Jill Biden Wore a Favorite American Designer to Meet The Queen

President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden made the trip from the G-7 summit in Cornwall, England, to Windsor Castle to meet the Queen on Sunday. They were welcomed with a royal salute from the palace guards before coming in for tea. For the occasion, Dr. Biden continued her streak of wearing independent American designers with an Adam Lippes suit. 

The single-breasted, powder blue blazer with a matching sheath dress and nude Valentino heels was an elegant choice for such a momentous occasion. The pastel color palette—so appropriate for teatime—complemented the host’s pink floral dress and matching pink

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At 40, Natalie Portman Remains Hollywood’s Vegan Fashion Queen

Natalie Portman made her mark early. The Oscar-winning star of Black Swan and Vox Lux turns 40 today, but she’s been a household name since she was 13, when she starred in 1994’s Lêon: The Professional. She stole scenes from established stars like Gary Oldman and Jean Reno and cemented her status as an it-girl. 

In fashion circles, Portman was equally in demand and displayed a keen sense of style right from the start. She arrived at Lêon’s Los Angeles premiere in a polka-dot faux fur, black slip dress, and coordinating opaque tights, capturing several mid-nineties trends in

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Queen Elizabeth Wears a Butterfly Brooch That Was a Wedding Gift, Days Before What Would Have Been Prince Philip’s 100th Birthday

Since returning to her royal duties following the death of Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth has been subtly paying tribute to her late husband via a string of very meaningful brooches.

On Tuesday, the monarch held a virtual meeting with an ambassador from the Republic of South Sudan and the High Commissioner for the Republic of Mozambique wearing a rarely-seen piece of jewelry. This particular bauble is a butterfly-shaped brooch composed of diamonds with wings edged in rubies, and was a gift from the Dowager Countess of Onslow on the occasion of the then-Princess Elizabeth’s wedding to Prince Philip in 1947.

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The Office star Ellie Kemper’s fans discover she was Queen of ‘racist’ ball where members wore KKK-style hoods

ACTRESS Ellie Kemper has come under scrutiny after fans discovered that the Office star had been crowned queen of ‘racist’ ball where members wore KKK-style hoods.

The star, born in Kansas, 41, started trending on Twitter yesterday after fans found a picture of her as Queen of controversial St Louis’ Veiled Prophet Ball in 1999.


Ellie Kemper as Erin Hannon in The Office, episode ‘Promos’Credit: Getty
A depiction of a Veiled Prophet from an 1878 edition of the Missouri Republican


A depiction of a Veiled Prophet from an 1878 edition of the Missouri RepublicanCredit: Wikipedia

Twitter users flocked to comment on the photo, some to ‘call out’ Kemper for ‘racist

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26 Photos of Princess Diana, Queen Elizabeth, & Other Royals Glowing in Emeralds

The royal family’s trove of emeralds is vast. They are featured in the Queen Mother’s favorite brooches and the Duchess of Cornwall’s symbolic Welsh pins; there was Princess Diana’s iconic choker, which she almost always wore with the matching earrings she received from Prince Charles for her 22nd birthday, and Princess Eugenie’s wedding tiara, whose centerpiece was a 93.7-carat emerald.

But the most famous emeralds in the royal vault are the Cambridge Emeralds, a cluster of gems with quite the provenance. In the early 19th century, Princess Augusta, Duchess of Cambridge, won a raffle at a charity in Frankfurt. The

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Queen Elizabeth Sent a Warm Letter to Honorees After Their Pre-Easter Service Was Cancelled Due to the Pandemic

Queen Elizabeth found a way to honor Maundy Gift recipients even though the special mass held in their honor once again had to be canceled this year.

Every year on the Thursday before Easter Sunday, known as Maundy Thursday, the Queen historically hands out specially minted coins during mass to recognize individuals’ outstanding Christian service over the past year. According to the tradition that dates back to 600 A.D., the monarch delivers each coin in a red-and-white purse. However, the ceremony had to be cancelled for the second year in a row because of the ongoing pandemic. In addition to

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