One of the world's most fashionable women, Kate Middleton, was seen on two red carpet events last month, and according to reports, the Duchess of Cambridge was helped by Pandora Delevingne, Cara Delevingne's mom, to choose the amazing gowns she wore at both events.
The princess wore a powder blue gown by Jenny Packham at the premiere of the latest Bond movie last October in London, while she wore a floral Erdem gown at the Victoria and Albert event. The said gowns were reportedly picked by Cara's mom, who is also known to be a Selfridges personal shopper, according to Look UK. The website said that Kate has known the Delevingne's family for years, who has a long history in fashion, and according to the report, Jane Sheffield, Pandora's mother, was actually Princess Margaret's lady-in-waiting.
According to Grazia Daily, the 56-year-old personal shopper has built her career giving fashion advice, and Kate apparently sought one from Pandora to help her pick the dresses to wear on the last red carpet events she attended. "Pandora advised Kate on both the Jenny Packham and the Erdem dresses she wore. She adored the Jenny Packham dress, but needed a bit more convincing on the Erdem one as the shape was very unusual, but Pandora encouraged her to go with it," a source told the website. more >>
Despite being called as the most widely installed Windows version yet, Windows 10 encountered a major setback after Microsoft pulled out the latest update of the operating system. According to reports, a privacy glitch was discovered from its November update, which led the giant tech company to pull out the OS.
The security bug, which was found on the Nov. 12 update, has impacted several Windows 10 users that have installed the said update. A spokesperson from Microsoft told Computer World that they have already restored the Windows 10 update and should not impact any update installations in the future.
According to the website, the bug that was found affected the privacy section of Windows 10. "One that lets the user's advertiser ID to be tracked across multiple apps, another that enables an anti-phishing filter for apps that display Web content — and a second pair that synchronized devices and allowed various first-party apps to run in the background to, for instance, provide notifications," the article reads. more >>
Ever since "Outlander" was confirmed for another season, fans worldwide have been eagerly awaiting for its comeback. Besides looking forward to the main characters' new adventure in "Outlander" season 2, fans are also awaiting for the casting of Brianna Randall, Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire's (Caitriona Balfe) daughter.
During her interview with BBC News, Diana Gabaldon, the author of the "Outlander" series, said that the casting is still ongoing for Brianna. The time travelers' daughter's casting is being carefully selected to make sure that the show will find the appropriate character, according to Realty Today. The author admitted that up until now, the show has not yet found the actress fit for Brianna's role.
According to Carter Matt, the new season will be set in France, where Jamie and Claire discover that the world there is different from where they came from. The story will turn more political, since it was said that the couple will travel to France, not only to visit Jamie's family but also to stop the Battle of Culloden. more >>
On the heels of the release of her new album, Be One, singer Natalie Grant talked to The Christian Post about the current state of the world and what she believes has been missing.
The multiple Dove Award winner admitted she was not approached by her record company, Curb Records, to make a new album, but was "compelled" by what was happening around her and in her. Despite her label being hesitant, the Seattle-born singer proceeded to write and record song after song, completing the album in just 6 weeks.
A six week turnaround time for a big studio album is very rare but when asked how she did it, Grant gives all the glory to God. Her song "Clean," which now has over a million views on Facebook, was written after a conversation with her friend who confessed that she suffered from a lot of abuse. Grant said she was so burdened by her friend's story that she wrote the song in 20 minutes. more >>
Some ministers from a coalition of about 100 African-American pastors, who were scheduled to meet with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Monday, have said they will not endorse him for president, contrary to a press release by the real estate magnate.
"I am not officially endorsing ANY candidate and when I do you will NOT need to hear it from pulpitting courtjesters who suffer from intellectual and spiritual myopia," Bishop Clarence McClendon of the Full Harvest International Church in Los Angeles, wrote in a Facebook post.
The bishop's comment came after the New York Times reported that Trump's campaign had announced that the Republican frontrunner would meet with the group of black pastors at 1 p.m. Monday at the Trump Tower in Manhattan. The meeting will precede an announcement from the pastors that they will be endorsing Trump for president, and the event will be televised on the Now Network's Roku channel, mobile app and website. more >>
The suspect, Robert Lewis Dear, who allegedly killed two civilians and a police officer with an assault-style rifle at a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic Friday, told police, "No more baby parts," and talked about politics, but police say they are still not conclusive about his motive, according to reports.
Dear, 57, who is being held without bail in a Colorado Springs jail, made several statements to police during interrogation.
In one of the statements, the suspect said "no more baby parts," referring to Planned Parenthood, which was recently accused, in a series of undercover videos, of illegally selling body parts from fetuses for profit, according to NBC News, which spoke to two anonymous law enforcement officials. more >>