Princess Diana’s brother Charles Spencer earns legal victory after claim he ‘deprived’ late royal ‘of a home’

Earl Charles Spencer is determined to protect his late sister Princess Diana.

On Thursday, the 57-year-old announced on Twitter that he has won a legal victory over a claim made in the U.K. Times newspaper that he’d denied Diana a home following the breakdown of her marriage to Prince Charles.

The claim, which was published under the headline “It’s too simple to blame everything on Bashir,” the outlet suggested that the earl failed to protect the princess from Martin Bashir. The BBC Panorama reporter was recently found to have used “deceitful methods” to secure his controversial 1995

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Kit Hoover Gets Candid About Silver Linings, Motherhood & Life In Woman’s World Magazine

Kit Hoover is opening up in the new issue of Woman’s World Magazine!

The Access Hollywood host got candid about juggling her life as an entertainment news host, mother, and daughter, and dished to Woman’s World about how she tries to prioritize the important things in life and maintain her balance.

“I love my work and I’m so grateful for it, but being a working mom, wife and daughter, it’s impossible to do everything well all of the time,” Kit says. “There are times you can’t be where you need to be and so different aspects might suffer, but

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Joshua Jackson Bought ‘Simple’ Childhood Home Where Baby Daughter Now Sleeps in His Old Bedroom

Joshua Jackson

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Joshua Jackson is reflecting on his own childhood while discussing his goals as a new parent.

The Dr. Death star, 43, and wife Jodie Turner-Smith share a baby girl, whose arrival PEOPLE confirmed in April 2020. Speaking with MR PORTER magazine, Jackson opens up about his complicated relationship with his own father and how purchasing his childhood home back in 2001 helped him heal. 

Jackson was born in Vancouver but raised in Topanga, California, until he was 8, and he then, after his parents divorced, moved back to Canada. Currently living in his Topanga

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Jeremy Renner Mentored ‘Wonderful Human’ Hailee Steinfeld on Hawkeye Set: ‘I Was Protecting Her’

Jeremy Renner stepped up to help Marvel newcomer Hailee Steinfeld learn the ropes as they worked together on Hawkeye.

While discussing the upcoming Disney+ series with Entertainment Weekly, Renner, 50, opened up about mentoring Steinfeld, 24, on set.

“That was always my role. Outside of acting in the thing, I was protecting her and giving her the CliffsNotes on how it goes with this kind of filmmaking: Green screen, superhero life, all that stuff,” he said. “I just wanted to protect her, because there’s a lot of physical stuff. She’s a wonderful actress, a wonderful human, and I

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Psaki says reporters should ‘cover scandals in Hollywood’ if they’re bored with Biden

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki speaks during a daily press briefing at the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House on June 2, 2021 in Washington, DC. Psaki held a daily news briefing to answer questions from members of the press. Alex Wong/Getty Images

  • Psaki said that reporters who are bored with covering Biden should get a different job.

  • “Maybe you should work for Us Magazine and cover scandals in Hollywood,” she said in an interview.

  • “I don’t find that boring. I work in the government,” she said.

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Elvis Costello Shoots From The Hip With 1977 Debut

Playboy magazine called it “the raw bluesiness of the Stones successfully mixed with a bouncy, early Beatles sound.” American critic Robert Christgau was inspired by it to say: “I like the nerdy way this guy comes on, I’m fascinated by his lyrics, and I approve of his rock and roll orientation.” The guy in question was Elvis Costello and the record was his debut LP My Aim Is True, which hit record shops on July 22, 1977.

Three and a half decades after its release, Entertainment Weekly called the album in question the 75th greatest of all time. It made

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