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Meghan tells Oprah there were ‘concerns’ about Archie’s skin colour and she felt suicidal

Meghan tells Oprah there were ‘concerns’ about Archie’s skin colour and she felt suicidal

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The Duchess of Sussex says "concerns" were raised about baby Archie's skin colour before he was born and she had suicidal thoughts during her time in the Royal Family.In a two-hour interview aired in the US - Oprah With Meghan And Harry: A Primetime Special, the couple made a series of bombshell claims - including Harry saying Prince Charles had at one point stopped taking his calls, and alleging he had been "trapped" in the royal system, "like the rest of my family". Live updates after Sussexes' Oprah interview Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Meghan told Oprah ...
Famous birthdays for March 8: Camryn Manheim, Aidan Quinn

Famous birthdays for March 8: Camryn Manheim, Aidan Quinn

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March 8 (UPI) -- Those born on this date are under the sign of Pisces. They include: Advertisement -- U.S. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. in 1841 -- Scottish writer Kenneth Grahame in 1859 -- German nuclear chemist Otto Hahn, discoverer of nuclear fission, in 1879 -- Actor Louise Beavers in 1902 -- Actor Claire Trevor in 1910 -- Dancer/actor Cyd Charisse in 1922 -- Actor Susan Clark in 1943 (age 78) -- Actor Lynn Redgrave in 1943 -- Musician Micky Dolenz in 1945 (age 76) File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI -- Musician Randy Meisner in 1946 (age 75) -- Songwriter Carole Bayer Sager in 1947 (age 74) -- Baseball Hall of Fame member Jim Rice in 1953 (age 68) -- Actor Aidan Quinn in...
Kings of Leon on Mick Jagger, lockdown hair and writing songs on bar napkins

Kings of Leon on Mick Jagger, lockdown hair and writing songs on bar napkins

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Matthew FollowillTwenty years ago, long before Kings Of Leon became festival headliners, Caleb Followill made a deal with one of his friends."He and I used to go to random bars, all over the world," says the singer. "Wherever we were, if we had a day off, we'd put our finger on a map and go, 'Alright, we're going to go to this little dive bar'. "And we would sit there and get some bar napkins. I would write poetry and he would draw pictures. And we would trade 'em off to each other and say, 'Alright, whichever one of us is going to be famous first, you own my lyrics - and likewise I own your art'."Needless to say, his friend got the better end of the bargain. A signed copy of Caleb's lyrics for Use Somebody recently sold for $ 6,600 (£4,800) at auction - so those wine-stained poems could b
Coming 2 America: ‘The first black fairytale’ revisited

Coming 2 America: ‘The first black fairytale’ revisited

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Amazon StudiosThe 2020s should be the decade of success for African women, according to a South African actress starring in the sequel to one of the most successful films ever with a black cast.Nomzamo Mbatha appears alongside Eddie Murphy in Coming 2 America, the follow-up to 1988's Coming to America, which made $ 288m (£207m) at the box office.Murphy played the African prince Akeem from the mythical land of Zamunda, who finds an ordinary American bride in New York City. The actor called it "the first black fairytale", adding: "It was also the very first time you had a movie with black people where you had kings and queens."Quantrell D ColbertThe sequel reunites Murphy with many of the original actors, including James Earl Jones and Arsenio Hall, as well a new cast that includes Blade's W
Liam Neeson greets fans as NYC movie theaters reopen

Liam Neeson greets fans as NYC movie theaters reopen

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March 6 (UPI) -- Actor Liam Neeson celebrated the reopening of New York City movie theaters with a personal appearance at a screening of his latest action film, The Marksman. The coronavirus pandemic kept city theaters closed for almost a year. Advertisement To mark the occasion, Neeson attended Friday's 7 p.m. screening of his film at the AMC Lincoln Square theater in Manhattan, Deadline reported. "Coming to a movie theater for me is like coming home," Neeson told the audience. "I find it sacred. That feeling has never changed." People.com published a photo of the screen star wearing a black face mask and holding a microphone as he spoke. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter before the event, the 68-year-old actor said he has gotten the first shot of the two-injection coronoavirus...