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Princess Eu­ge­nie mar­ried tequila ex­ec­u­tive Jack Brooks­bank on Fri­day in a star-stud­ded royal wed­ding at St. George’s Chapel on the grounds of Wind­sor Cas­tle. The 28-year-old bride, grand­daugh­ter of Queen El­iz­a­beth II, is ninth in line to the Bri­tish throne. She wore a gown by Bri­tish de­sign­ers Peter Pilotto and Christo­pher De Vos and a di­a­mond-and emer­ald-en­crusted tiara loaned to her by the queen.

The queen and her hus­band, Prince Philip, at­tended the wed­ding, along with other se­nior roy­als, in­clud­ing Prince Wil­liam and his wife, Kate, the duchess of Cam­bridge; and Prince Harry with Meghan, the duchess of Sus­sex.

The A-list guests in­cluded Hol­ly­wood stars Demi Moore and Liv Tyler, fash­ion lu­mi­nar­ies Kate Moss and Naomi Camp­bell, and pop singer Rob­bie Wil­liams, whose daugh­ter was a brides­maid.

Arnold Sch­warzeneg­ger says he “stepped over the line sev­eral times” with women.

In an in­ter­view re­leased this week in Men’s Health, the ac­tor and for­mer Repub­li­can gov­er­nor of Cal­i­for­nia says he was the “first one to say sorry.” Sch­warzeneg­ger says he feels bad about it and apol­o­gizes.

Sch­warzeneg­ger was ac­cused of sex­ual mis­con­duct when he ran for gov­er­nor in 2003, and he de­nied the al­le­ga­tions. He says that’s why there were sex­ual ha­rass­ment cour­ses when he be­came gov­er­nor to make sure no one, in­clud­ing him­self, made that mis­take.

Sch­warzeneg­ger says call­ing po­lit­i­cal op­po­nents “girlie men” was short­sighted even though he im­pro­vised it at the time. He says he has not changed his views of mas­culin­ity. He says his mother was the woman he was orig­i­nally most in love with.

Lind­sey Buck­ing­ham is su­ing Fleet­wood Mac for kick­ing him off the band’s new tour.

In the suit, the Hol­ly­wood Re­porter says the gui­tarist and song­writer is seek­ing his share of the tour be­cause he says he still wants and is able to per­form.

The suit names band­mates Mick Fleet­wood, Ste­vie Nicks, Chris­tine McVie and John McVie.

Buck­ing­ham claims he was told five days af­ter the group ap­peared at Ra­dio City Mu­sic Hall in Jan­uary that the band would tour without him. He says he would have been paid at least $12 mil­lion for his share of the tour pro­ceeds. The band’s pub­li­cist has not re­sponded to an email seek­ing com­ment.

The more than 50-city tour be­gan Oct. 3, with Mike Camp­bell and Neil Finn re­plac­ing Buck­ing­ham.


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