Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Withdrawing from Royal Roles
Big news from the Royal Family late yesterday. Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan Markle, and son Archie are moving to North America and leaving behind many of their royal duties.
In a formal written announcement, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan say they will be stepping down from their "senior" royal roles and plan to spend more time in Canada. The statement says they plan to work to become financially independent and split their time between Britain and North America. They also give the Queen their full support. The couple had just spent a six-week holiday in Vancouver.
In my opinion? C'mon, we all saw this coming. I feel like Meghan and Harry need to do what's best for them as a family and if it means stepping down and completely leaving the Royal Family, then so be it. There are lots of people out there on social media who have a real problem with this and with Meghan in particular.
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Jamie Foxx never talks about his personal relationships but it's been reported that he and Katie Holmes officially broke up this past fall. But he does like talking about his new projects, and he's been working on a new comedy stand-up show. Jamie is going to be on Ellen today talking about it. Here's a sneak peek:
Halsey has announced the tour dates for the North American leg of her upcoming Manic World Tour. The 27-date tour will kick off on June 2 in Seattle, Washington. The tour is separated into two halves. The singer revealed that for the opening dates she'll be supported by Churches and Omar Apollo. Special guests Blackbear and Pvris will appear on later dates. Tickets on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m.; she'll be in Boston this summer July 5. Haley is set to release her third studio album Manic on January 17.
Of course, we will have your chance to win tickets, as long as you have the Fun 107 app.