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.