Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran team up on World Mental Health Day
Thursday, 10 October 2019 On World Mental Health Day, and Prince Harry and singer Ed Sheeran are bringing attention to the issue of emotional health. The two teamed up in a hilarious Instagram video to share their important message. Prince Harry also urged people to reach out to anyone who might be suffering in silence.
The Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex have agreed to divide the future proceeds of their mother’s memorial fund between them as part of the separation of the brothers’ charitable activities. According to financial documents, an agreement was signed in December last year between the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the now abandoned Sussex Royal Foundation.
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Ed Sheeran, Sir Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Skepta, Rita Ora, Coldplay, Eric Clapton, Sam Smith, Sir Rod Stewart, Liam Gallagher, Dua Lipa, and Annie Lennox are among the 1,500 acts who have called for the British government to help save the live music industry.
Ed Sheeran was the most played artist of 2019, topping the list for the fourth time in five years. The Suffolk singer-songwriter, 29, had a bumper year in which he released his No.6 Collaborations Project, reaching number one in both the UK and US, and starred in Danny Boyle’s film Yesterday.
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I know I'm not the only one who scrolls through Instagram admiring the makeup-free selfies some of our favorite celebrities post. I mean, how is one's skin so smooth and clear? Yes, filters help, plus celebrities have access to some of the best facial treatments on the market, but all I want to know is their skin-care routines, I mean doesn't everyone? Chrissy Teigen (whose skin always seems to be glowing) just dropped her entire regimen, and now it makes perfect sense why her skin looks so good.
(CNN) Justin Timberlake has become the latest public figure to call for the removal of Confederate monuments across the US. The musician and actor, who is from Tennessee, shared his thoughts regarding the monuments in an Instagram post on Monday. "There are roughly 1,848 confederate statues of in the US," he wrote in his caption of the post, which featured a video by the American Civil Liberties Union about Confederate monuments.
Posting a short video message on Instagram, American actor Mathew McConaughey urged people to wear a mask, while stepping outside, to prevent the spread of coronavirus. "I think we gotta look each other in the eye ... look ourselves in the eye, we gotta look in the mirror and ask ourselves, 'How can I be better? How can I expect more of myself and others? How can I be more responsible?" he said in the video message. "How can I have more compassion? How can I have more courage? How can I be fairer? How do I make sure that I wear the damn mask?" the actor said as he urged his fans to wear face mask while stepping outside even as some in the US saw it against their freedom. He joins the list of celebrities like Jennifer Aniston and Tom Hanks who are asking their fans to start wearing masks amid the pandemic.
Nick Cordero, the Broadway star who publicly battled COVID-19 has died. His wife, Amanda Kloots shared the news on her official Instagram page saying; "God has another angel in heaven now". Kloots posted; "My darling husband passed away this morning. He was surrounded in love by his family". Kloots has been regularly updating her social media accounts with news of her husband's health. Cordero battled COVID-19 for 95 days and had a leg amputated due to complications.