Who will Meghan Markle choose for her bridesmaids, wedding dress designer?
As Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's May 19 wedding date grows closer, the actress continues to stay mum on her plans for details like her wedding dress designer and bridesmaids. But new reports from the New York Post and British tab the Mirror suggest Roland Mouret could land the gown gig while bridesmaids duties could fall to pals including Meghan's bestie, stylist Jessica Mulroney, 'Made In Chelsea" star Millie Macintosh, who's been spending time with Meghan in London, Misha Nonoo and Serena Williams, whom Meghan as called her "confidante." As for the dress, the Post suspects Meghan's close friendship with Roland could mean he'll be tasked with dressing her for her big day. "Meghan knows really well what she likes and the main thing with Meghan is to listen to her and work in collaboration with her," he recently told the Post before adding, "I've already said too much." Meghan and Harry are slated to marry at St. George's Chapel.
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Jessica Biel has already started giving her toddler sex ed talks
Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake aren't waiting for their 2-year-old son's school to teach him about the birds and the bees someday — they're starting now, at home. "We're using technical terms … we shower together, and [we say], 'This is what I've got. This is what you've got," the actress told an audience at the 2018 Makers Conference in Los Angeles, according to Billboard. Jessica appeared at the conference to discuss her new venture Tryst, a sex ed resource where she's said she hopes people can "share experiences, gather information and increase their sexual IQ." Speaking to the conference crowd about her son, Silas, she explained: "We just talk about it. I know it's really young, but I really believe that if you start this early, there's no shame. I don't want to tell him, 'Keep your private parts [private]' and this is and that. It's a beautiful thing. You have it and mine is different and it's cool, man. We have to respect ourselves and respect each other."
Kylie Jenner's nursery is pretty much entirely organic
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are not messing around when it comes to keeping their new daughter Stormi's world as eco-friendly and organic as possible. According to TMZ, the couple's infant is already sleeping on an organic crib mattress, being dressed on a $3,500 hand-finished Bankcroft changing table and getting ready to welcome some baby teeth with handmade teethers shaped like bears. The wooden teethers are reportedly made with wood from Chilean forests and kept soft and safe courtesy of non-toxic bee's wax and cold-pressed flaxseed oil. The website also notes that other products in Stormi's nursery include items painted with chemical-free paint and sustainable manufacturers.
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Custom couture is already in the works for Kimye's newborn daughter
Chicago West is already playing muse to at least one designer. Heron Preston, who previously worked for Chicago's dad, Kanye West at his Yeezy label, tells the New York Post the infant will soon have some new, custom couture in her closet to go with the Givenchy onesie, bib and blanket the label sent her as a gift. "I am making something special for sure," Heron recently told the New York Post, adding that he "made something for all" of Kim Kardashian West and Kanye's kids and definitely plans to continue the trend. "I think it would be cool to do a baby leather jacket from my third season," he mused. He's also reportedly thinking about making a mini version of something from his recent NASA collection. Chicago was born via surrogate on Jan. 15.
Taylor Swift's former BFF Karlie Kloss steps out with Katy Perry
There was a time when these two were inseparable but it looks like those days may be over for good for Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss. After taking a long break from her get-togethers, shopping hangs and bestie-Instagram posts with Taylor, Karlie hammered what TMZ suggests may be the final nail in the coffin of their friendship by going out for sushi with Taylor's least favorite pop star Katy Perry and a few friends this week. The outing comes just weeks after Karlie captioned an Instagram post about her Love Advent calendar shoot with the phrase, "swish swish." Katy's song of the same name is widely believed to be a response to Taylor's puportedly Katy-centric "Bad Blood" track.
Alicia Vikander opens up about married life with Michael Fassbender
Four months after tying the knot with Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander is still feeling pretty euphoric about her relationship. "I feel I'm more happy and content than I've ever been …," she says in Vogue's March cover story. The Sweden-born actress also shared why she and Michael opted to keep their October wedding in Ibiza, Spain, under wraps with just a small group of friends and family on hand to help celebrate. "It's not about being secretive. It's just about choosing the few things that you keep private," she explained. Alicia and Michael, who began quietly dating after meeting on a dance floor during the Toronto International Film Festival, make a good team outside of their personal life, as well. The two starred together in 2016's "The Light Between Oceans" and as Alicia told Vogue, she was touched he looked to her for suggestions on the set. "I think he's one of the absolute best actors I've worked with," she gushed. "Of course he'd done more films than me, but immediately when we started to work together he was so open to wanting me to chip in new ideas and thoughts. He would be like, 'I'm stuck; what should I do?' and I would say, 'You're asking me?' That was such a sweet thing … Life is about a lot more than work, but if it's also your biggest passion, of course it's something you enjoy talking about."
Drake donates $50k to shelter for homeless women and children
Drake is on a serious role with his charitable impulses. Earlier this week, The Blast reported Drizzy had shut down a grocery store in Miami so he could pay for the purchases of every person in the store. That was on top of the $50,000 he gave in scholarship money to a University of Miami student and the donation he made to a local high school. It seems he also made his way to Lotus House, a shelter for homeless women and children in Miami, and gave out toys, games and $150 Target gift cards to 140 kids and 130 women, according to TMZ. Before he left, he also Lotus House $50,000 to help support their new shelter.
Yolanda Hadid believes her new romance was meant to be
Yolanda Hadid is in love again and the lucky guy is named Matt Minnis. The Texas native is reportedly the founder of Pledgeling, a charitable giving company based in the Venice section of Los Angeles and although Yolanda recently told Wendy Williams she couldn't reveal much about her new man because "he's a very private person," she recently dished a bit to Us Weekly about the relationship. Some of her favorite ways to spend time with Matt are "sitting in front of the fire, just talking and hanging, listening to music," she says. "You know, I'm so into the simple things of life today. I don't want any jewelry, I don't want any houses. I don't want anything crazy. I just want intimacy with a good human being who has my back," Yolanda admits. While E! News reports they were introduced by friends, Yolanda had a somewhat more mysterious story about their meeting for Us: In a nutshell, she says they met when "he rang the doorbell" at her farm. "He was just magically planted there by my angels," she gushes. Asked if marriage could be in the cards for her again, she admitted she's "a little gun-shy" given her two previous divorces. That doesn't seem to be keeping her from enjoying the romance, though. "There's nothing better than feeling in love," she says. "and with somebody that is a great person."
Vince Gill opens up about his seventh grade teacher's sexual misconduct
Country singer Vince Gill is joining thousands of women and men who've been inspired to speak out about experiences of sexual abuse and assault amid the #MeToo and #Time'sUp movements. The New York Post reports that during a performance in Nashville, Tennessee, this week, Vince got candid about the time he was abused by someone at school. "I was in 7th grade, and a young, dumb kid," he recalled."I had a gym teacher that acted inappropriately towards me and was trying to do things that I didn't know what the hell was going on. I was just fortunate that I got up and I ran. I just jumped up, and I ran. I don't know why. And I don't think I ever told anybody my whole life." He went on to say how much he supports those who have told their stories before playing an unreleased song he'd written about sex abuse called "Forever Changed." "We're living in a time right now when finally people are having the courage to speak out about being abused. And I think that's beyond healthy and beyond beautiful to see people finally have a voice for being wronged," he said.
Prince William surprises London school students to talk cyberbulling, mental health
Prince William continued his fight against cyberbullying and kids' mental health issues this week when he surprised a group of students Burlington Danes Academy in London, where he turned out to be the speaker at an afternoon assembly hosted by YouTube influencer Dan Howell. During his talk, the prince opened up about his concerns for students as they navigate their way toward safe and healthy time spent online, among other things. "I worry for you girls," he said in a chat with two 15-year-old students about body image issues and the web, according to People. "The touched-up pictures are not real. Don't try to recreate them or think that's what you've got to aim for. There's a lot of fakeness online so don't worry about that. That's a lot. You must be aware of that, it's a lot of pressure. There's so many things going on. You're going to be bamboozled," he urged. William also encouraged kids to take some downtime from their phones, computers and iPads. "Don't spend all day online. Seriously, don't. For your mental health, get outside, come away from the screen. By all means, be on a screen but don't be on it all day because it will only bring you into another world. It's important that you balance the time," he said. Finally, he reminded boys it's OK to discuss their feelings. "It's really important for boys. We're not very good at talking about our emotions and how we feel," he said. "Girls have got a little bit better, and boys, we've really got to work hard on being able to talk to friends, family, and trusted people about how we feel."