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WHO 11 June 2018

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1 min.
crossing criss

Following The People v O.J. Simpson , the anthology series American Crime Story is back, this time taking a look at the assassination of fashion designer Gianni Versace by serial killer Andrew Cunanan, played by Glee’s Darren Criss. But can a nice-guy actor-singer from a teen music-drama pull off playing a murderous psychopath? This week’s episode of WHO magazine’s TV podcast, Binge List, answers this burning question and many more. Join Matthew Denby, Clare Rigden and Gavin Scott as they chat about the most bingeable shows on TV—like new drama Mystery Road , controversial documentary The Magic Pill and the hidden gem Dead Boss. Criss as Andrew Cunanan, who killed at least five people in a three-month murder spree.…

6 min.
inside her new life

Meghan Markle’s transformation into the Duchess of Sussex appeared to be complete—from head to toe—on May 22, a mere three days after she and Prince Harry tied the knot in a historic ceremony at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. With her custom Philip Treacy hat (a go-to milliner for her new sister-in-law, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge), polished side chignon (bye, bye, messy bun) and her usual bare legs covered with sheer pantyhose, the former Suits star’s laidback California style seemed a thing of the past. Effortlessly navigating her way through her first engagement as a royal—a Buckingham Palace garden party in honour of Prince Charles’s 70th birthday—she shared easy laughter with her new father-in-law and even clasped hands with mother-in-law Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. “They were being really warm and…

1 min.
her coat of arms

An official coat of arms is typically given to the father of the bride just ahead of a royal wedding, but in a break in tradition, it was given directly to Meghan herself. (Her dad, Thomas Markle, unexpectedly bowed out of attending the nuptials.) Meghan worked with the College of Arms herself on the design, which features nods to her home state of California (the golden poppy state flower, rays of sunshine and blue for the Pacific Ocean) and her new home with Harry at Kensington Palace (wintersweet, which grows outside their cottage). The three quills represent communication and the power of words, symbolic of Meghan’s activism and her passion for writing. (She once worked as a calligrapher and also authored her own lifestyle blog The Tig.)…

1 min.
duchess style

CHIGNON VS MESSY BUN Meghan ditched her signature hairstyle on May 22 for a more refined look that is reminiscent of the impeccably styled chignon Duchess Kate has worn. CLUTCH VS CROSSBODY It’s customary for royals to carry clutch bags, which they will often hold with two hands to help keep proper posture while walking and chatting. PANTYHOSE VS BARE LEGS Pantyhose have been a staple of Kate’s wardrobe, and the Queen never goes out with bare legs. In a departure from her engagement look (right), Meghan wore hose on May 22.…

1 min.
the meghan effect

Even before she was a duchess, Meghan was a royal trendsetter. Stepping out in $246 skinny jeans by Hiut Denim Co. in Wales on Jan. 18, Meghan launched global interest in the tiny Welsh label. “It’s had a halo effect everywhere,” says co-founder David Hieatt. Thanks to the explosive demand, Hieatt has employed eight new staff members and is looking to move to a bigger factory. “We must be one of the few jeans companies that have no jeans. The shelves are barren,” he says. And after Meghan wore earrings by Paris-based jeweller Vanessa Tugendhaft on May 22, “We were completely sold out in 10 minutes,” says Tugendhaft. “It was crazy!”…

2 min.
husband hugh

HE ONCE SAID HE didn’t think “human beings are meant to be in 40-year-long monogamous, faithful relationships,” but somewhere in his heart Hugh Grant has found faith in the institution of marriage. At London’s Chelsea Register Office on May 25, the actor, 57, wed his long-time girlfriend, TV producer Anna Eberstein, 39, in a sweetly casual scene worthy of one of his romantic comedies. The pair welcomed a third child in March—son John is 5, their daughter is 2—and Grant also has Felix, 5, and Tabitha, 6, with his ex Tinglan Hong. Experiencing fatherhood later in life “was the nicest thing that’s ever happened to me—he said, sounding clichéd—but it happens to be true,” Grant said in January. “It’s just lovely to have all that love around. Suddenly you love someone…