Another royal wedding is upcoming, and Meghan Markle is getting an invite. Here's why she may not want to go after all.
Former Sex and the City star and current New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon usually has keeps her personal life on the private side. “I’m so proud of my son Samuel Joseph Mozes (called Seph) who graduated college this month,” she wrote in the caption. Seph, who recently graduated from the University of Chicago, is the brother of Nixon’s second child, Charles, both of whom she shares with former partner Danny Mozes.
Miller soon found success on her own, and her Surrealist eye informed everything she did, from fashion photography, to private artistic projects, to the photojournalism for Vogue that distinguished her war years. A remarkably beautiful woman, who inspired as much art as she made, Miller’s place in a network of great artists and writers is all too easily reduced to that of friend, muse and lover, her portraits of Picasso, André Masson and Henry Moore, among many others, interpreted as a consequence of her relationships with Man Ray, and then painter and writer Roland Penrose, whom she would marry in 1947.
Exposure to the colour cyan (essentially blue-green) on phone and computer screens affects our ability to sleep, according to new research. Scientists from the Universities of Manchester and Basel found that study participants felt more alert when the cyan light on their digital devices was turned up. The scientists have also developed a new type of visual display which allows users to regulate the amount of cyan light they're exposed to without affecting colour quality.
What is love, the great Haddaway once asked, framing, like St Paul before him, humanity’s forlorn quest for meaning in a meaningless world. Is it too early to speculate on whether the Rosie storyline represents for Love Island an unlikely beeline toward the family entertainment market? Let us first briefly overlook the public intervention of an actual domestic violence charity (we’ll come on to that shortly), and simply enjoy the narrative arc of Rosie, and its parabolic trajectory that would scarcely make it over a speed bump mound with a 10,000 mile run up.
If you're planning a major party weekend, head to Manchester - it's just has been named "the world's wildest city". The "capital of the north" topped a study by international relocations site MoveHub.com, who ranked 112 global cities on their "wildness" by comparing their alcohol consumption, cannabis consumption, cocaine consumption and the number of nightlife venues relative to the population. With 2.3 tons of cannabis consumed per 100,000 members of the population, Manchester is the (ahem) "greenest" city in the estudy.
Summer has officially landed, by way of long, hot days, World Cup fever, and margaritas on rooftop bars. While we're enjoying every minute of summer in the city, we're certainly not the only ones to have our holiday departure dates circled in red on the calendar.
Ramp up the flavour factor by marinating the whole block in a mixture of lime juice, chilli, mint and garlic or – our favourite – a simple blend of sweetly sharp Odysea Pomegranate Molasses and a peppery olive oil for an eastern Mediterranean flavour well suited to the BBQ. After some vigorous testing we’ve decided that while there are definitely tastier vegan burgers out there, this one has a lot of good points: 1) If you’re an ethical vegan who misses meat, then this has the texture of medium rare beef and looks the part too.
Author Matt Haig on switching off: ‘I was crumbling under a tech overload… So I disconnected’
The internet is doing physical damage to our children who are addicted to gaming and social media
The jet age did not begin with the Boeing 707. The Haynes Owners’ Workshop Manual: Boeing 707 by Charles Kennedy is published this week, price £25, coinciding with the 60th anniversary of the Boeing 707 transforming our horizons. By 1961, the four-engined jet was connecting Heathrow and Los Angeles in the same flying time as now.
Fashion is beaten only by the oil industry for the tarnished crown of being the dirtiest industry in the world. Just last week, the UK Parliament launched an inquiry to measure the true carbon footprint of ‘fast fashion’. The collapse of Rana Plaza in Bangladesh in 2013 (which killed 1,134 garment workers), along with other high-profile tragedies, finally gave influential, trailblazing NGOs the clout they needed to pressure brands into investigating and reporting on their supply chains.
A mother who revealed that she’s banned her children from eating any foods that contain harmful sugar - including birthday cake - has incensed parents online. Tonia Buxton, a food author, cook and mother of four, appeared on Good Morning Britain to discuss the anti-sugar policies that she maintains in her household. Comparing sugar addiction to cocaine, she explained that she won’t let her children have sweet treats as they would be left wanting another “hit”.
With Princess Eugenie, 28, missing, Fergie hit the grassy racecourse with her eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice, 29, for a girly day at the races. The pair were joined by Beatrice’s father, Prince Andrew, as the threesome were spotted joking and laughing before hitting the top-tier Royal Enclosure.
In her seventeen months as First Lady, Melania Trump has made some ill-formed, conspiracy theory-spurring and downright controversial fashion choices
From Meghan's Ascot debut to her first solo trip with the Queen, the newest addition to the royal family has had a busy few weeks. At Ascot, Meghan turned to Givenchy for her shirt dress and Philip Treacy crafted her structured hat. Elsewhere, almost three months after Prince Louis' birth, the Duke and Duchess revealed his christening date. The little prince will be christened at St. James' Palace on Monday, 9 July. Watch the video above to see what else the royals have been up to recently.
AirAsia passengers on a flight from Kolkata to Bagdogra were blasted with cold air in an apparent effort to force them to disembark, according to passengers. The domestic flight was delayed by four and a half hours in total due to technical difficulties. After an initial delay of half an hour, passengers boarded the plane but were left seated on the stationary aircraft for a further 90 minutes without food or water.
There's no rest for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The newlyweds are set to visit Dublin for an overnight trip on July 9, before their overseas tour to Australia, New Zealand, the Kingdom of Tonga and Fiji in October. With Wimbledon kick-starting on July 2, we'll be keeping our eyes peeled for any royal appearances. In previous years, William, Kate, Harry and Meghan have attended. Plus, stay tuned for Zara and Mike Tindall's newborn daughter's name reveal.