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     Jennifer Lopez has confirmed her engagement to Ben Affleck. The 52-year-old actress and singer shared a video of herself crying and looking at her engagement ring on Friday night on her official website. Jennifer showed off the stunning sparkling in the 13 second clip with no sign of her fiance Ben, 49. Official! Jennifer Lopez has confirmed her engagement to Ben Affleck  Take two! The 52-year-old actress and singer shared a video of herself crying and looking at her engagement ring on Friday night on her official website  The video started off with a black screen with a view of her ring first before the camera moves up to her face. The mother of two is visibly wiping away tears of joy as she stares at her emerald and diamond sparkler. She was wearing a casual outfit consisting of a green top, knitted cardigan and minimal makeup. Jennifer can be heard whispering 'I am perfect.' Lovebirds: The couple went Instagram official with their relationship in July while on a European holiday in honor of her 52nd birthday; seen together in July 2021  The...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle today announced they are moving into banking by putting money into an investment firm called Ethic, whose owners are self-styled 'hippies' managing a $1.3billion Wall Street fund. The Sussexes, who experts believe are well on the way to building a $1billion brand in the US, have been appointed 'impact partners' at Ethic, a New York-based fintech asset manager pumping money into companies with what they deem acceptable environmental and social goals.  Harry and Meghan's latest move into big business came after their deals with Netflix and Spotify and the couple announced their latest tie-up with a statement that said: 'When we invest in each other we change the world'. Ethic claims to only invest in businesses that meet its 'social responsibility criteria', including on racial justice, climate issues and workplace standards including equal and fair pay.  In a joint interview with the New York Times, Meghan, a multi-millionaire former actress, said: 'From the world I come from, you don't talk about investing, right? You don't have the luxury to invest. That sounds so fancy.'She added: 'My husband...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Archewell website has begun advising its visitors to take a break from their screens.  The site - which offers fans updates on the couple's 'compassion in action' - has introduced an automated message which pops up 20 minutes after a visitor enters.   'We love having you here...' the message reads. 'But we're mindful of screen time.  'Why not take a break? We'll be here.'  The message is in line with one of Archewell's partners, the Centre for Humane Technology, which advises turning off online notifications, removing 'toxic' apps, and tracking one's screen time to change habits.  It comes after the website had yet another makeover earlier this month, when it appeared to update its mission statement.   The Archewell Foundation is now described as 'an impact-driven global nonprofit that puts compassion into action; uplifting and uniting communities locally and globally; online and offline.'    The Archewell site - which offers fans updates on the couple's 'compassion in action' - has introduced an automated message which pops up 20 minutes after a visitor enters RELATED ARTICLES Previous...
    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have uploaded a new cryptic message to their supporters urging them to be “compassionate” - after claiming they didn’t feel listened to by the Royals.  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s post on their Archewell website could be taken as a subtle dig at the Firm after their bombshell claims that they “didn’t act” on their concerns.  ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest updates 6The DUke and Duchess of Sussex have updated theri message on "compassion"Credit: AFP 6It comes four months after they accused the royals of mistreating them in a shocking interviewCredit: Reuters Meghan, 39, told Oprah Winfrey during their bombshell interview that she sought help after telling Prince Harry she "didn’t want to be alive anymore". But she said she had been told she would not be able to seek help as it "wouldn't be good for the institution”. Now the couple have again urged their fans to submit their own personal stories on their Archewell website after launching the initiative early last month, in what could be...
    The website lilibetdiana.com was bought up in the US on the day Meghan gave birth to her second child - and two days before the news was made public, it was revealed today. The owners of the domain has been kept secret because it was purchased via an intermediary in Scottsdale, Arizona, whose motto is: 'Your identity is nobody's business but ours'. But royal experts insist they believe that the Sussexes are behind it because of it was registered before the world knew the child, due this week, had been born or named Lilibet Diana by her parents. The domain lilibetdiana.co.uk has also been bought up, but this was done yesterday, amid rumours the couple plan to set up a foundation their daughter's name, just like Archewell for their eldest child Archie. Royal expert Angela Levin told Good Morning Britain today: 'They've made a domain, Lilibet Diana. The domain is that nobody can use that email and they can use that for any sort of commercial work they want to. They've licensed it'. The website lilibetdiana.com was bought up in...
    PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle can’t claim they want privacy for Archie then use his picture on the Archewell website, a royal expert has said.  Angela Levin accused the couple of using Archie for “commercial gain” - despite pledging to keep their son out of the public eye.  ???? Read our Royal Family live blog for the latest updates 3Prince Harry and Meghan Markle can’t claim they want privacy for Archie then use his picture on the Archewell website, a royal expert has saidCredit: PA:Press Association 3Harry and Meg shared a new picture of Archie holding balloons to mark his 2nd birthday on their Archewell websiteCredit: PA It comes after Harry and Meg shared a new picture of Archie holding balloons to mark his 2nd birthday on their Archewell website.  On his special day, they also urged well-wishers to donate towards GAVI, a charity which aids the distribution of coronavirus vaccines across the world.  And they released a joint statement on their Archewell foundation website, saying they are "incredibly grateful" to those who have given money to good causes, volunteered...
    A SELF-made millionaire who earns £40k-a-month offered a lifeline to a couple drowning in £11k of debt by helping them launch their dream business. Appearing on Channel 5's Rich House, Poor House, 22-year-old Kamil Sattar - who is worth £3m - and his lingerie designer girlfriend Francesca Garrott traded in their extravagant lifestyle to live on £54-a-week. 6Self-made millionaire Kamil, 21, traded his £7k monthly budget with struggling couple Mel and Sophie - who live off £54 a weekCredit: Channel 5 The couple swapped lives with Mel Clay and Sophie Cooper, both 28, who live in Derbyshire with their seven-month-old son Teddy. During lockdown, breadwinner Mel has been in-and-out of work as a bus driver while Sophie gave up her job as a carer to look after their son. Although it is Sophie's "dream" to turn her art prints into a business, the couple are struggling to see a way out of their £11k debt. In contrast, Kamil and Francesca, from Birmingham, have a...
    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have removed the photo of Princess Diana from their Archewell website as part of its makeover. On New Year's Eve, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex - who quit the Royal Family in January 2020 - unveiled the full site for their non-profit foundation as they called for "compassion". ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest news... 6Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have removed Diana's photo from their Archewell websiteCredit: supplied by Pixel8000 Introducing their website, the couple shared childhood pictures of themselves with their mothers - alongside a short letter to 2021 in which the Duke described himself as "my mother's son". But that section of the website has since been updated as part of its makeover. The couple briefly updated it with a photo of themselves volunteering at Baby2Baby in August last year. The photo has been removed and the page is now printed with the words, “Compassion in Action." 6This childhood snap of Harry and his late mum was initially on the websiteCredit: Getty - Contributor 6It was...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have urged their followers to 'unleash a groundswell of compassion' on women ahead of International Women's Day this month in an update on their website. The Duke, 36, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, who are currently living in their $14 million Californian mansion, gave their Archewell website a makeover over the weekend, using a  snappy paragraph to declare they plan to 'drive systemic cultural change' through 'one act of compassion at a time'. The duo have now changed the website again to celebrate the day on March 8, and encouraged fans to perform charitable acts and good deeds through their website.  Suggestions  include supporting charities including Meghan's patronage Smart Works, which focuses on helping unemployed and vulnerable women return to employment, or sponsoring a girl through Myna Mahila. The couple have also stripped a photograph volunteering together in LA from the site, and now feature a picture of then-actress Meghan delivering a speech at the UN Women conference in 2015.  Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, have updated their website for International Women's Day on...
    PRIVACY-LOVING Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's charity could profit from harvesting fans' personal data on their new Archewell website. A notice about about taking subscribers details and sharing them with "for-profit ventures" is contained at the bottom of the site. ⚠️ Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple 4Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently launched a new website for their charity, which could legally profit from using fans' dataCredit: Getty Images The pair, who quit as senior members of the Royal Family last year, launched the full site last week with a message calling for compassion. The website is the face of their audio, production and foundation efforts, and encourages people to get involved and send them messages. But anyone who signs up or writes in allows the website to legally store and use their data in a variety of ways. The foundation is then potentially able to benefit from sharing the data with "for profit" organisations, or by giving them up in any sale. Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, have often...
    Prince Harry described himself as his “mother’s son” on the homepage of his and Meghan Markle’s non-profit organization Archewell. In “A Letter for 2021,” the couple wrote, “I am my mother’s son. And I am our son’s mother. Together we bring you Archewell.” The charity’s manifesto was set against a sweet photograph of a young Prince Harry perched on his mother’s shoulders and one of Markle as a girl with her mother, Doria Ragland.  “We believe in the best of humanity,” the statement continued. “Because we have seen the best of humanity. We have experienced compassion and kindness. From our mothers and strangers alike.” The couple also announced that the foundation, which will “unleash the power of compassion to drive systemic cultural change,” is partnering with five different organizations. One of the organizations they have chosen to support is the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University. Another is chef José Andrés’s World Central Kitchen, which is building four community relief centers in regions affected by hunger. The website comes on the heels of the...
    More On: prince harry Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s son Archie speaks on first podcast episode Meghan Markle and Prince Harry buy 100 hats in Archie’s name for charity Meghan and Harry seeking 12-month ‘Megxit’ extension Meghan and Harry create Christmas traditions — without the royal family Prince Harry described himself as his “mother’s son” on the homepage of his and Meghan Markle’s non-profit organization Archewell. In “A Letter for 2021,” the couple wrote, “I am my mother’s son. And I am our son’s mother. Together we bring you Archewell.” The charity’s manifesto was set against a sweet photograph of a young Prince Harry perched on his mother’s shoulders and one of Markle as a girl with her mother, Doria Ragland.  “We believe in the best of humanity,” the statement continued. “Because we have seen the best of humanity. We have experienced compassion and kindness. From our mothers and strangers alike.” The couple also announced that the foundation, which will “unleash the power of compassion to drive systemic cultural change,” is partnering with five different organizations. One of the organizations...
    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have launched the website for their foundation Archewell today - with a touching nod to Princess Diana. The pair, who split from the Royal Family at the start of the year, unveiled their full site for the "impact-driven non-profit" organisation. ⚠️ Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple The pair revealed their full website today with a nod to their mothers 3The pair wrote a letter for 2021 as they launched their full site They shared pictures of Harry with Diana and Meghan with her mum Doria Ragland alongside a short letter to 2021. It says: "I am my mother’s son. And I am our son’s mother. Together we bring you Archewell. "We believe in the best of humanity. Because we have seen the best of humanity. We have experienced compassion and kindness. "From our mothers and strangers alike. In the face of fear, struggle and pain, it can be easy to lose sight of this. "Together, we can choose courage, healing, and connection. Together, we...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have hired a new US-based communications team as they prepare to unveil Archewell. The Duke, 36, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, who now live in Santa Barbara with their son Archie, one, after stepping back from their royal duties in March, have recruited Christine Schirmer to lead their press team. The former head of communications is joined by Toya Holness, who has been employed as the couple's press secretary, according to an announcement by the couple's PR firm, Sunshine Sachs, reported PRWeek. The LA-based employees are understood to have started working for Meghan and Harry last month.  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured in October) have hired a new US-based communications team as they prepare to unveil Archewell Installed in the newly created leadership role, Christine was creative platform Pinterest's head of communications since 2017 before she left the company in July.  Former footballer Toya has worked as director of corporate communications and marketing for Deluxe, a video creation and distribution company, and director of communications for New York City’s Department of Education.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next...
    Loading the player... Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took a short break from enjoying their seven-month-old son Archie to launch their new website. The couple joined forces for their new site, Archewell.com, which launched on Tuesday for their Archewell organization, per Hello magazine. Read More: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle set to make their podcast debut on World Mental Health Day For now, the website is simply encouraging people to sign up for updates. The homepage reads, “Arche: Greek word meaning ‘source of action,’” and adds “Well: a plentiful source or supply; a place we go to dig deep.”  The couple announced their new charity in April and say the name of the organization has a lot of meaning behind it. In a statement obtained by HuffPost they said: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex sitting next to Ross Kemp cheer on a wedding proposal as they attend the annual Endeavour Fund Awards at Mansion House on March 5, 2020 in London, England. Their Royal Highnesses will celebrate the achievements of wounded, injured and sick servicemen...
    HARRY and Meghan have finally unveiled their website to replace Sussex Royal - and it's beige. The couple announced in April they were forming 'Archewell' but aiming to launch the foundation in the New Year. 2Harry and Meghan have finally unveiled their website to replace Sussex RoyalCredit: Getty Images 2The website consists of only one home page and lists its address as offices for Harry and Meghan's Hollywood agentCredit: archewell.com But it can be revealed archewell.com went live on October 7th. The website consists of only one home page and lists its address as offices for Harry and Meghan's Hollywood agent. It also repeats the couple's reasoning behind the name of their new foundation The homepage reads: "Arche (/rki/; Ancient Greek: ): (n.) Greek word meaning “source of action" Well (/wel/): (n.) a plentiful source or supply; a place we go to dig deep." Fans can already subscribe for emails about "its activities and initiatives". It gives address of agent Rick Genow in Hollywood. And tells fans they can get updates via [email protected] The couple have recently blasted social media as generating a crisis of hate....
    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have given their website a sleek update to coincide with the launch of Prince William's Earthshot Prize.  The Royal Foundation page now features eye-catching images that stretch across the full-width of the website, including ones of William and Kate on official engagements. It also includes easy-to-navigate tabs and short articles outlining the couple's recent work.  The previous iteration of the website was more text-heavy and used smaller photos.  The move to a more sophisticated website reflects the couple's growing role within the royal family and the importance of their work, both as a couple and as individuals. Now: The Royal Foundation page now features eye-catching images that stretch across the full-width of the website, including ones of William and Kate's official engagements (pictured) Before: The previous iteration of the website was more text-heavy and used smaller photos of the couple and their work. Pictured, the previous Royal Foundation website The update comes as the Duke of Cambridge announced the details of his prestigious environmental prize, dubbed the 'green Nobel', which will see £50million awarded...
    WHEN Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced they were stepping down as senior members of the Royal Family, their decision sent shockwaves through the monarchy. And according to a senior Buckingham Palace aide, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would have achieved a "more beneficial" Megxit deal if they had been "more dignified". 3Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced they were stepping down as senior royals in JanuaryCredit: Splash News In their bombshell biography Finding Freedom, authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand claim the couple took the Royal Family by surprise when they unveiled their new website in January. The authors wrote: "Even sources close to Harry and Meghan had to admit that the way the couple were forced to approach the situation (mainly in the act of keeping the family and their team in the dark about the website) 'created a lot of ill will in the household and especially in the family'. What's more, a senior Buckingham Palace aide added: "Harry and Meghan would have reached a more beneficial agreement to allow them to life the life...
    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry are powering on with their Archewell Foundation plans - after amending their trademark application following an earlier hitch, The Sun can reveal. The couple, who are now living stateside in their new $14million Montecito mansion, have responded to an earlier 'irregularity notice', claiming their plans weren't signed correctly, were "too vague", and certain fees hadn't been paid. 5Meghan and Harry announced their exit from the Royal Family earlier this yearCredit: AP:Associated Press 5The couple were asked to make the changes by August 22, otherwise the trademark filing would be abandoned The ambitious pair submitted their original plans with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on March 3, but they were told to make changes by August 22, as revealed by The Sun US. A new filing shows they have now signed the plans and made a number of clarifications, showing the basis for the work they'll be doing with the foundation, which will reportedly be launched next year. The document, signed on August 7, includes a number of small switches...
    MEGHAN Markle has had her HRH title stripped from her biography on the Royal website. Huge chunks of text on the page have been heavily edited and now only mentions the Duchess' move to the US with the Duke of Sussex. ⚠️Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple. 7Before: The page formerly referred to Meghan as 'Her Royal Highness' 7After: The biography's 'Career' section now refers to Meghan as "she" or the "Duchess" The biography's 'Career' section now refers to Meghan as "she" or the "Duchess" rather than "Her Royal Highness". The rest of the royal family, the Duke of Sussex included, still have a biography in place. In 2018, after her marriage to Prince Harry, Meghan was granted multiple paragraphs on the official site detailing her time in North America and Canada prior to joining the Firm. They described her as being a 'proud feminist' and included Meghan's famous quote from a United Nations conference in New York in 2015 when she said: "I am proud to be a...
    Australians have slammed a bride-to-be for ranking her wedding guests in order of who she would most like to attend and telling the 'least preferred' group to 'keep an eye on the website' in case seats become vacant. The controversy began when a woman posted a photo of an invitation titled 'Important Notice' in a bridal group on Facebook. Addressed to friends and family, the note began by asking recipients to understand that the wedding venue can only accommodate a 'limited number of guests'.  While it's not known when the note was written, it's likely to have been sometime since March when the pandemic forced the federal government to implement social distancing policies and strict limits on numbers attending public gatherings. Scroll down for video A wedding invitation posted in an Australian bridal group on Facebook, asking recipients to understand that they had been ranked in order of preference The number of people who can attend a wedding is 150 in New South Wales, 100 in Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory and 20 in Victoria, excluding Melbourne and...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'hurt' the Queen by unilaterally mapping out their future royal roles without her approval, an explosive biography has claimed.  Her Majesty is said to have been 'blindsided' by the launch of the SussexRoyal website which accompanied their Megxit announcement in January.   Royal aides told the authors of Finding Freedom, which is being serialised in the Times and Sunday Times, that sussexroyal.com fleshed out details for a 'half-in-half-out model' which had not been rubber-stamped by the Queen. It derailed the carefully choreographed departure announcement planned by Buckingham Palace, which was caught off guard by the website.  The book claims the Palace was forced to rip up its prepared statement and instead rush out a short press communique insisting nothing had been finalised. The Duke and Duchess's decision to 'clarify' their pared-back roles without getting it signed off by the Queen, 94, was 'deeply upsetting' for her, according to courtiers. Her Majesty (pictured last week) is said to have been 'blindsided' by the launch of the SussexRoyal website which accompanied their bombshell resignation announcement in January ...
    Meghan Markle was listed as a Doctor on Companies House website after she and Prince Harry filed applications to close down their Sussex Royal foundation. The 38-year-old was given the title Dr The Duchess of Sussex, in a mistake thought to have been made by staff from the executive agency. It follows the royal couple being requested to drop their HRH styles, before their move to Canada and Los Angeles thereafter.  Meghan Markle, pictured above in January 2018, was given the title Dr The Duchess of Sussex, in a mistake thought to have been made by staff from Companies House Meghan was previously named HRH The Duchess of Sussex on the government's site, before her title was changed to Dr The Duchess of Sussex. Both titles have since been removed from the website, according to The Sun.  A source told the newspaper: 'I must admit doing a double-take when I saw Meghan had been made a doctor. 'She has been called a lot of things but I had never heard Doctor Meghan.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
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