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    MEGHAN Markle has had her HRH title stripped from her biography on the Royal website. Huge chunks of text on the page have been heavily edited and now only mentions the Duchess' move to the US with the Duke of Sussex. ⚠️Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple. 7Before: The page formerly referred to Meghan as 'Her Royal Highness' 7After: The biography's 'Career' section now refers to Meghan as "she" or the "Duchess" The biography's 'Career' section now refers to Meghan as "she" or the "Duchess" rather than "Her Royal Highness". The rest of the royal family, the Duke of Sussex included, still have a biography in place. In 2018,...
    HUGE chunks of Meghan Markle's page on the official Royal Family website have been culled, Fabulous can reveal. In 2018, after her marriage to Prince Harry, Meghan was granted multiple paragraphs on the official site detailing her time in North America and Canada, before she met Prince Harry. 5Meghan's biography before 5Meg has no biography on the current site ⚠️Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple. They described her as being a 'proud feminist' and included Meghan's famous quote from a United Nations conference in New York in 2015 when she said: "I am proud to be a woman and a feminist". And it made reference to her "keen awareness of social...
    “Look, what beautiful stables!” library director Salih Şahin says with a laugh, the sweep of his hand taking in a scene with nary a trace of hay or manure. Instead of stamping, whinnying steeds, the airy, light-filled chamber is lined with long, gleaming-white study desks. The smooth stone walls and pillars of this grand reading room support a series of graceful arches and ceiling domes that almost float overhead, delicately painted with intricate floral and geometric designs. It’s hard to find any building in Istanbul that doesn’t have a past life or three, and the early 16th-century structures of the Beyazıt State Library and Manuscript Library—the latest selection for The Daily Beast’s monthly series, The World’s Most Beautiful Libraries—are no...
    State officials are mourning another one of their own employees killed by coronavirus. "We remember Ruthie Saab, who spent much of the past three decades as a dedicated and recognized employee of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development," Gov. Phil Murphy said at a daily news briefing on Thursday. State Labor Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo also offered words of praise for Saab and condolences to her family and co-workers.  She was a regular volunteer with the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, and a founding member and president of the Sisters Club in Trenton.  "May God bless her," Murphy said, noting that the state death total from COVID-19 is an unfathomable 12, 443.