Irene Cara dies: the singer and actress of ‘Fame’ and ‘Flashdance’ was 63 years old

Irene Cara, the Oscar-winning singer and actress who rose to pop stardom singing the title songs to “Fame” and “Flashdance,” had died at 63. Her publicist, Judith A. Moose, announced the news on social mediawriting that the cause of death is “currently unknown”. “Irene’s family has requested privacy while they process their grief,” Moose wrote. …

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The queen feared that Prince Harry was “perhaps a little too infatuated” with Meghan Markle

SUNDAY POST EXCLUSIVE: Queen feared Prince Harry was ‘maybe a little too infatuated’ with Meghan Markle and worried about him after Oprah Winfrey interview she dismissed as ‘this TV nonsense’ Gyles Brandreth has revealed the Queen’s delight in Harry’s choice of wife But she also feared that her grandson was “perhaps a little too smitten” …

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The queen’s Christmas speech was the ‘last straw’ for Harry and Meghan before the royal exit |

The queen’s Christmas speech in 2019 was the ‘last straw’ in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s breakup with the royal family, according to the Sussexes’ most famous biographer. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s withdrawal from the Royal Family in January 2020 was prompted by a ‘subtle cue’ in the Queen’s Christmas speech, according to the …

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Cremorne’s house, Dalkeith, was sold to Edward Dawson-Damer, a friend of Prince William and King Charles.

November 25, 2022 – 5:40 p.m. The historic house in Cremorne, Dalkeith, now boasts a link to the British monarchy, after settlement documents revealed that the property’s future residents were royal friends Edward Dawson-Damer and his wife Joanne Grant. The couple recently purchased the lower north shore trophy home from corporate manager Vaughan Strawbridge, best …

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