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For many, surgery can prolong a carer in the spotlight - unless it goes wrong.
The singer wrote this is the 'best I’ve felt in my life'
To meet with Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, US Ambassador to the UN to discuss COVID-19, racial injustice, and mental health, the Duchess of Sussex opted for a super sleek outfit. Reminiscent of her Suits character's, Rachel Zane's, style, the mother-of-two stepped into a The Row roll neck, black pencil skirt, black heels, camel coat and Valextra bag. Meghan Markle has made her first public appearance following the birth of her daughter Lili in spring, and it's safe to say she looks stunning.
The Harry Potter actor experienced a "medical incident" on the course
The pair went public with their relationship in March 2020
Suddenly we don't feel so sad about those cooler evenings any more...
It really suits her.
Okay, this is seriously cute
Police have shared images of another man they're searching for too
Gigi is that you?
The royal wore it to an event celebrating Hold Still, a photo exhibition about the pandemic
Perfect for pairing with husband Ryan Reynold's gin...
The film is set for release in November
She's returning to screens sooner than you think
How long has she been waiting to use this one?
Get ready for some serious 90s vibes
The well-known homeware shop is a treasure trove of goodies.
From the nerdy best friend to the call centre operator, South Asian women have often been depicted as racial stereotypes on television and in film. These were certainly the roles that I saw brown girls in on-screen while growing up in the ’90s. And while Hollywood is still predominantly white, the industry is slowly but surely shifting towards better representation of South Asian women. Over the last few years, brown men have made some bigger leaps in the entertainment world. For example, Aziz A
“What does [luxury] really even mean?” asks Chelsea Sanders, co-host of Go Off, Sis, the podcast from Refinery29’s Unbothered. “Designer shoes? Bags? A trip? Getting flewed out? Is it a soothing bath? Some of your favourite Black-owned products?” In the latest episode, the hosts explore all aspects of luxury, who gets to define it, and why we’re entertained by look-at-me opulence — especially when it doesn’t do anything for underserved communities. Elaine Welteroth, Project Runway judge, former