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Jack Nicholson is a Hollywood icon. In addition to his famous roles on the big screen (who could forget Jack Torrance in The Shining and R.P. McMurphy in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest?), the actor is also a family man off screen. Jack is father to daughters Jennifer, 53, Honey, 34, and Lorraine, 26, and son Ray, 25. And since Ray and his dad are both avid LA Lakers fans, we get to see the two attend games together on a pretty regular basis. Most recently, they sat courtside while sharing a few laughs in late March. But during all these outings, we couldn't help but notice something: besides Ray's obvious resemblance to Leonardo DiCaprio, he also really looks like his famous dad, especially during his first few years in Hollywood. Keep reading to see how it's all in the eyes and smile.(image)
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At first thought, it may not seem like there's anything relatable about Kate Middleton - yes, she may have been considered a commoner when she first married Prince William, but these days she's a card-carrying member of the royal family, right up there in cultural significance with Queen Elizabeth II herself. But for all of her very, very princess-like moments, Kate occasionally shows sides of herself that prove she might be just as normal as we are after all.(image)
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Kelly Rowland is currently in Australia to judge the new season of The Voice, and on Monday, the former Destiny's Child singer hit the beach with her 2-year-old son, Titan. Kelly showed off her curves in a colorful one-piece and appeared to be in a good mood as she basked in the sun. Kelly rang in her 36th birthday just last month, and she shared a photo of little Titan having fun at her bash on Instagram last week. "I wasn't the only one who had such a good time celebrating my birthday with our family and friends. 💙 #Fbf," she captioned it. While it's not clear if Kelly's husband, Tim Witherspoon, joined them, Kelly clearly enjoyed her day at the beach.(image)
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Ryan Reynolds has a very devoted fan base . . . sometimes too devoted. The Deadpool actor recently inspired one such individual to get a very permanent symbol of his love for him in the form of an ass tattoo (no, we're not joking). In early March, a Twitter user named Dustin reached out to Ryan on the social media site with a huge promise: if Ryan "liked" his tweet, he would get Ryan's name tattooed on his butt. And since Ryan is one of the best people on Twitter (and on the earth), he "liked" it, which caused Dustin to follow through with his end of the deal and get inked. He provided proof of his new body art when he tweeted a photo of "Ryan Reynolds" tattooed on his behind in black and red letters (and Comic Sans font). No word yet on what Ryan thinks of the whole thing, but at least Deadpool would be proud.
@VancityReynolds if you like this i'll tattoo your name on my butt
- dustin (@poolspidey) March 5, 2017
- dustin (@poolspidey) March 26, 2017
Tue, 28 Mar 2017 22:50:00 -0700Image Source: Getty / Pool Prince Harry's relationship with Suits actress Meghan Markle has many people pining for another royal wedding, but zero bells will be ringing for the couple until Meghan impresses his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II - and gets it in writing. Due to the Royal Marriages Act 1772, the monarch has the right to veto the marriage of a member of his or her family and is required to give formal consent to any family marriages in order to guard against those that could "diminish the status of the royal house." The fact that Meghan is a divorcée - she was married to Trevor Engelson from 2011 to 2013 - has been widely speculated to hurt her chances, but it actually won't. Not only have modern royal marriage rules become more lax than in previous years, but the queen has technically dealt with that kind of drama before. Related:9 Well-Known Commoners Who Married Royals Image Source: Hugo Burnand / AFP / Getty Images While the Royal Marriages Act originally meant that all royal family members needed consent from Queen Elizabeth in order to marry, a change in the law in 2013 now only applies to the six people closest in line to the throne - Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Harry, and Prince Andrew - who need to seek out the queen's permission before popping the question. With the birth of Charlotte in May 2015, Princess Beatrice of York became seventh in line and her sister Eugenie slid down to eighth, so they can essentially marry whoever they want without checking with their grandmother first. Before proposing to Kate Middleton in October 2010, Prince William had to get the thumbs up from Queen Elizabeth, and according to BBC News, she "readily gave her consent." Elizabeth signed an detailed notice of approval to the union of "Our Most Dearly Beloved Grandson Prince William Arthur Philip Louis of Wales, K.G. and Our Trusty and Well-beloved Catherine Elizabeth Middleton." The notice was dated Feb. 9, 2011, just two months before Kate and William tied the knot. Related:Why Kate Middleton and Prince William Broke Up Before Getting Married Though it's been reported that Harry is "besotted" with Meghan and that she's met his father, brother, and sister-in-law so far, she has yet to meet the queen. If Harry is looking to propose, he'll likely need to earn the queen's blessing sometime soon; and if she objects to Meghan as a worthy wife or feels that she isn't a good addition to the family, she has the right to rule their marriage "invalid." That's right - Harry's grandma could literally say "Nah" and his plans to tie the knot could come crashing down. Contrary to popular belief, there are no rules that require a prince to marry someone of royal or aristocratic blood, or even a British citizen - but religion is where it gets dicey. It's not something she has ever done, and she likely wouldn't start with an American actress. Contrary to popular belief, there are no rules that require a prince to marry someone of royal or aristocratic blood, or even a British citizen (and in the case of Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, an incoming royal can even be divorced) - but religion is where it gets dicey. There is no legal barrier that keeps a royal from marrying someone of Jewish, Buddhist, or Muslim faith, or even an atheist, but under the Act of Settlement of 1701, no one in the direct line of succession could marry a Catholic and keep their right to the throne. This is because the monarch also serves as Head of the Protestant Anglican Church of England, which was established back in the 16th century by Henry VIII. In 2015, amendments were made that now allow royal family members to marry a Roman Catholic and become king or queen - however, a Roman Catholic royal still cannot become the monarch. For instance, if Prince George marries a Catholic and raises his children in that faith, they could be prohibited from taking the throne. Image Source: Odd Anders[...]
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Kurt Russell looked cool and carefree while zipping around on his 3-wheel scooter in LA on Monday. The legendary actor, who stars as Chris Pratt's dad in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, kept things casual in a black t-shirt and jeans as he made his way down the street. While his longtime love Goldie Hawn wasn't with him - though we'd really love to see those two scooting around town together - the couple did recently ring in their 34th anniversary. Their daughter, Kate Hudson, celebrated the special milestone with a cute throwback photo via Instagram. "I forgot to post a note on my parents 34th Anniversary so I figure why not now. A belated happy one my dear parents. Love you madly, deeply, profoundly," Kate captioned the snap. Keep scootin', Kurt!(image)
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Hillary Clinton didn't mince words at the Professional Business Women of California's conference on March 28. The politician took the stage at the San Francisco event, going directly after Donald Trump and encouraging women to fight back. "Women's representation in the current administration in Washington is the lowest it's been in a generation," she reminded the crowd. "As I think about the outpouring of activism, I think about four words: resist, insist, persist, enlist."
Clinton also shared her support for two women of color in politics who faced separate, infuriating attacks this week: White House reporter April Ryan and Rep. Maxine Waters. "Too many women, especially women of color, have a lifetime of practice taking these indignities with pride," she said.
Watch the full speech here, and then read Clinton's most quotable quotes from the fiery address.(image)
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Ed Sheeran is one of many celebrities to participate in this year's annual Red Nose Day initiative from British charity organization Comic Relief, and a video from his recent journey to Liberia is going viral for all the right reasons. While visiting the African country on behalf of Comic Relief's fundraising efforts, Ed met a young boy named JD, whose only wish is to attend school and "become the president." JD's mother and grandfather died of Ebola, and after his father deserted him, he was left to fend for himself on the streets, where he's been for six months. "I've never felt so on edge anywhere that I've been in my entire life," Ed said about the slum, where JD and his young friends sleep in an old canoe.
"My natural instinct is to just put them in a car and just take them and just put them in a hotel until we can get them sorted," Ed said to the camera crew. He then asked if he could pay to move JD and the other boys from danger until they can put them into school: "It doesn't matter how much it costs," he said. "Can we just get him and his five mates in a house with an older person to look after them? I don't think we can go until that's sorted." After the show aired on Friday in the UK, Comic Relief confirmed via Twitter: "JD & his friends, who @EdSheeran met, are now safe but many more children still live in danger." Watch the heartbreaking video above now, then find out more about Comic Relief and how you can donate to the cause.(image)
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Kristin Cavallari and husband Jay Cutler proved that free agency isn't so bad after all when they escaped to Tulum, Mexico, over the weekend. Despite the sunburn on her arm, Kristin looked totally at ease in a brown Acacia bikini while hitting the beach on Saturday. The Hills alum has also been sharing a number of pictures from her trip on Instagram, including an NSFW one of Jay, who was recently released from the Chicago Bears. "'Good times, no tan lines. Let the sea set you free' - @tony2coats," she captioned it. While it's still unclear what resort the couple are staying at, Kristin's photos look very similar to the ones Shay Mitchell shared from her stay at Azulik in January. Perhaps Kristin was inspired by the Pretty Little Liars star?(image)
Tue, 28 Mar 2017 14:15:00 -0700A post shared by Adele (@adele) on Mar 28, 2017 at 6:52am PDT Given how romantic Ed Sheeran's songs are, it should come as no surprise that the 26-year-old is just as passionate about his relationships in real life. Since shooting to fame in 2011, the British singer-songwriter has had a string of hookups and girlfriends, but none has appeared as serious as his current relationship with Cherry Seaborn (pictured above). The former high school classmates took their friendship to the next level in September 2015, after which Cherry relocated from America to her native UK to be with him. Now that Ed has released his third album, Divide, he's finally begun opening up about their relationship, and it sounds incredibly sweet. Related:Guys, Ed Sheeran Literally Gave His Girlfriend the Shoes Off His Feet On having both a booming career and happy love life: "I always thought to have a really good career, you always had to be incredibly unhappy, and I always thought to be really happy, you had to have a bad career, because I didn't see the balance of the two. And I've realized that that's obviously bullsh*t, and just what you tell yourself to justify it. I live with Cherry now. We've got cats, we have takeaways and watch movies, we have people round for dinner. I've never had that." On Cherry keeping him grounded: "It's awesome meeting famous people. But that's not life. That's not reality. One day this will f*cking end. And I know the one person that's going to remain constant is Cherry. I should just enjoy this while it's there, but not let it become my reality. Because that's not the reality I want to live in." On having a girlfriend who adapts to his lifestyle: "One of the main points of being in a relationship with me, you have to be really f*cking sociable and good at talking to people, because I will be dragged away loads at parties and events. And Cherry's perfect at it. She makes friends with everyone." On delaying his career for love: "This has been the first time I've actually had the time to fall in love properly. So the catalyst of taking a year off was also the fact that my partner quit her job in New York - which she's now got back in London, which is really cool - but we were just basically like, let's quit our jobs and have a year of forming a tight bond. So we went traveling and spent every day for a year together." On getting together with Cherry at the right time: "I've probably had three days apart from her in the last year . . . but we're very, very strong. I've never been happier. I've never been more comfortable. I've never been more inspired. I feel like everything's fallen into place, and it's fallen into place because I've given it the time to fall into place." On having a family together: "I wanted to be a dad, like, last year. I'm ready, let's go - tour bus babies, little fat, chubby babies that just walk around." [...]
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Wedding season is here! Celebrities love the special time of year just like the rest of us, and many of them have hopped from ceremony to ceremony through the years. Jennifer Aniston, Kristen Bell, and Jennifer Garner were just two of the many stars who attended Jimmy Kimmel's wedding in 2013, while Kate Middleton and Prince William have attended numerous nuptials. Some stars have even served as their friend's bridesmaids, and others stars have acted as wedding officiants. Scroll through to see how celebrities have made stylish, romantic, and memorable entrances at weddings across the world - and don't forget to check out our ultimate celebrity wedding gallery to see all the stars who have tied the knot.(image)
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Want to get married by a famous face? Many stars have played the important role of wedding officiant, including Emma Stone, Jason Segel, and Victor Garber, who presided over Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck's marriage ceremony. Jonah Hill also performed Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo's nuptials in 2014. Keep reading to see more famous officiants.(image)