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The secrets behind Meghan Markle's personal style and looks: Part 5
Markle once designed a line for Canadian brand Reitmans in 2014.
Meghan and Harry's first joint appearance after wedding announcement
The future princess stepped into her royal role for the first time, attending a World AIDS Day event and speaking to students at Nottingham Academy.
How Meghan Markle has become a style icon
Joe Zee, a fashion expert and friend of Markle's, discusses how her style has already become a big influence for many and how it has evolved as she transitions from Hollywood to royalty.
What to know about Meghan Markle
The American actress, 36, was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, and has been dating Prince Harry since the summer of 2016.
'Panicked' burglars flee London jewelry store heist on mopeds, colliding with a pedestrian
Three “panicked” burglars -- armed with a hammer, ax and bats – forced their way into an upscale jewelry store in London Monday night, breaking display cabinets, stealing “high-value” jewelry and escaping on mopeds, one of which collided with a pedestrian, police said. The thieves raided the Mappin
Sept. 23, 1982: Grace Kelly's last interview
The princess of Monaco talks about the price of fame and how she wants to be remembered.
Sept. 14, 1982: Grace Kelly dies at 53
The princess of Monaco died after her car plunged off a hillside road in Monte Carlo.
Check out ESPN's 2017 ranking of the top 100 most famous athletes on the planet
Our Second Annual Ranking of the Biggest Names in Sports View the List Fame 100 05/30/2017 Who are the most famous athletes on the planet? Ben Alamar, ESPN's director of analytics, devised a formula that combines endorsements with social media following and internet search popularity to create the
How Melania Trump Is an 'Unconventional First Lady of Firsts': Part 3
When Donald Trump first moves into the White House, Melania and their son Barron will remain in New York City.
Tens of Thousands of Dead Fish Turn Up in New York Bay, State Environmental Officials Launch Investigation
Tens of thousands of dead fish have reportedly turned up in Shinnecock Bay in Hampton Bays, New York, prompting the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation to launch an investigation. Predatory fish likely chased the "large, dense school of bunker (Atlantic menhaden) and other bait fish"