The Queen feared that Prince Harry “might be a little smitten” with Meghan Markle

EMAIL SUNDAY EXCLUSIVE: The Queen fears Prince Harry ‘may be too much in love’ with Meghan Markle and was worried about him after an interview with Oprah Winfrey which she called ‘TV bullshit’ Giles Brandreth revealed the Queen’s joy at Harry’s choice of wife But she was also afraid that her grandson might be “a … Read more

Uta’s dad wrote a book inspired by a son with a rare genetic disorder

Cameron and Hannah Bell, with their son Samuel, who has a rare genetic disorder called Trisomy 9p. Cameron says he was inspired to write a book that describes the perspective of someone who, like Samuel, suffers from a life-altering genetic disorder. (Photo by Megan Stallings) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes DRAPER – When Cameron Bell … Read more

The secrets behind some of your favorite classic Christmas movies

Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy on 1983’s “Trading Places”, which features music from “The Marriage of Figaro”. (Moviestore/Shutterstock) Estimated reading time: 6-7 minutes ATLANTA – Watching Christmas movies is a whole tradition in itself. Every family has its mainstays, whether it’s a cartoon classic from the past or a more modern take on holiday cheer. … Read more

Kayla Itsines’ digital exercise company Sweat has struck at least 30 staff at its Adelaide headquarters

Bloodbath at Kayla Itsines’ $400 Million Digital Aerobics Company Because It’s Cutting ‘Minimum 30 Employees’ — But She’s Still Posting on Her Instagram Kayla Itsines, 31, sold her digital exercise platform to US company iFit for $400 million She remains the face of the business and is very involved in its management Business thrived during … Read more

The donation will help more Utah families diagnose infants and children with genetic diseases

Luca Brunelli and Sabrina Malone Jenkins take care of an infant in the neonatal intensive care unit. A gift from the Mark and Cathy Miller Pediatric Genomics Fund will allow NeoSeq researchers to test more NICU babies for genetic disorders, says Dr. Sabrina Mallon-Jenkins, NeoSeq’s principal investigator. (Charlie Eilert) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes Salt … Read more

NHL Buzz: Backstrom, Oshie Skate with Capitals, ‘Still No Schedules’

Washington Capitals straight ahead Niklas Backstrom He joined the Capitals Saturday morning ski team for the first time since undergoing surgery on his left hip on June 15. Tom Wilson (Tear of the anterior cruciate ligament in the left knee) for more than three weeks. “It was good,” said coach Peter Laviolette. “It’s part of … Read more

Banksy urges fans to go steal from Guess on Regent Street for using his art without permission

Undercover graffiti artist Banksy has urged fans to go and ‘help themselves’ to clothes from GUESS on Regent Street after the shop used his artwork without permission. In a post to his 11.5 million Instagram followers, the reclusive artist called on shoplifters to give the clothing brand a taste of their own medicine. Attention all … Read more

Krejci scores twice as the Bruins lead the Flyers to a 10th consecutive home win

boston – David Krejci Scored twice, and the Boston Bruins extended their opening home winning streak to 10 games with a 4-1 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers at the TD Garden on Thursday. The Bruins win is one NHL record, held by the Florida Panthers (2021-22) and Chicago Black Hawks (1963-64). “It’s hard to win … Read more

The rare Winchcombe meteorite contains water similar to that found on Earth

The Winchcombe meteorite is a rare find, with a hydrogen isotopic ratio similar to that of water on Earth. Recovering a meteorite within 12 hours of arrival means it’s about as authentic a specimen as we can get without going into space. Eleven percent of the meteorite’s weight comes from Earth-like water, sparking scientists’ curiosity … Read more

Pathbreaking books on Black music have won major awards for Brooks, Shelley

Yale faculty members Daphne Brooks and Braxton Shelley have recently won major awards from professional music societies for their pioneering scholarship in the field of music. Brooks received the American Music Association’s Music Award in American Culture for her 2021 book Linear Notes of the Revolution: The Intellectual Life of Black Feminist Voice (Harvard University … Read more