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WHO 22 April 2019

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huffman pleads guilty

It’s the college admissions scandal that’s rocked Hollywood. On March 12, the US Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts revealed that 50 people had been charged – including Full House actress Lori Loughlin and Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman. Now WHO can confirm that Huffman and 13 others have pleaded guilty to fraud charges, including falsifying their children’s exam scores and the use of bribery. In a statement obtained by WHO, Huffman accepted full responsibility. “I am pleading guilty,” she wrote. “My daughter knew absolutely nothing about my actions, and in my misguided and profoundly wrong way, I have betrayed her.” Huffman added, “I want to apologise to the students who work hard every day to get into college, and to their parents who make tremendous sacrifices to support their children and do…

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separate lives

A little more than a year ago, with anticipation building for their May wedding, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry took the stage at a Royal Foundation charity forum alongside Prince William and Duchess Kate to announce a new working partnership among the foursome. “Working together as a family, do you ever have disagreements about things?” asked moderator Tina Daheley. After a few moments of nervous shuffling and laughter, William responded, “Oh, yes.” Harry then joked that clashes “come so thick and fast.” Had they been resolved? “We don’t know,” William said, seemingly jokingly. The high-profile appearance was the first time the two couples publicly joined forces – and it may be the last. A partnership that started off full of promise – the forum summed up the whole idea of the…

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a tale of two brothers

THE QUEEN William was taught the fundamentals of royal duties by his granny over tea at Windsor Castle. KENSINGTON PALACE William, as the future king, needs a full-time London base for his family. KATE MIDDLETON After meeting at St Andrews university, Kate and William dated for about eight years before marrying in 2011. @KENSINGTONROYAL The Cambridges now have control of the page they previously shared with Harry and Meghan, with a focus on their royal work. THREE LITTLE HEIRS William’s firstborn, 5-year-old George, is next-in-line to the throne after his dad – followed by Princess Charlotte, 3, and Prince Louis, 11 months. CAROLE & MIKE MIDDLETON William is close with the pair, who still live in Kate’s home town of Bucklebury. PRINCE CHARLES Harry delayed his honeymoon for a few days to attend a palace birthday party for Charles. FROGMORE COTTAGE Harry has the freedom…

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baby ready!

Despite the drama between William and Harry, parents-to-be Harry and Meghan are focusing on creating a happy and safe environment for Baby Sussex. The couple relocated to Windsor, west of London – a move a long-time friend tells WHO “is a really healthy thing to do”, perhaps acknowledging that the rigid life at the palace, where Prince William, Kate and their three children live, does not suit everyone. “I presume it must be nice to get out and away,” the friend says of newly renovated Frogmore Cottage. “Without neighbours who are all either family or staff [at Kensington Palace], they will now have their own thing.” When they welcome their baby, the duke and duchess will find calmness in their new home and its lush gardens (a world apart from the noise…

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diana almost made it

Someone who will sadly be absent from the firstborn’s life is late grandmother Princess Diana. News has surfaced about the people’s princess, who passed away after a car accident in 1997, with the UK’s leading forensic pathologist, Dr Richard Shepherd, claiming her injury was tiny and just in the wrong place. Shepherd, who gave evidence in a major inquiry into her death noted, “Her specific injury is so rare that in my entire career I don’t believe I’ve seen another.” “Diana’s was a very small injury – but in the wrong place. Diana’s death is a classic example of the way we say, after almost every death, if only. If only she had hit the seat in front at a slightly different angle. If only she had been thrown forward 10mph…

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britney’s breakdown

ON THE BACK OF HER HUGELY successful tour, Britney: Piece of Me – Britney Spears was on top of the world. Eagle-eyed fans watched on as the 37-year-old performer posted Instagram videos whereby she looked the picture of health. In fact, she was even preparing for her return to the Las Vegas strip with her headlining show Domination. But in an instant, her whole world came crashing down when her father fell ill, leaving her to make the decision to take an indefinite break from work in January to care for him. “I don’t even know where to start with this, because this is so tough for me to say,” Spears wrote in an emotional tweet, alongside an old photo of her posing with both her parents, Jamie, 66, and Lynne,…