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Kim Kardashian Opens Up About Losing An Embryo, Feeling 'So Grateful' for Her Surrogate
5 hours ago
The ups and downs of motherhood have the Kardashian-Jenner ladies consumed.
As Kim and Khloé Kardashian battled to buy mom Kris Jenner‘s love, Kim decided to move forward with her surrogate in Sunday’s Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Meanwhile, Kourtney refused to discuss her new relationship with her sisters.
Vying for Kris’ Love
The fight to be Kris’ favorite daughter started when the momager, 62, mentioned to Kim and Khloé how Kylie, 20, has been “so much nicer” to her lately. So Khloé, 33, decided to compete for Kris’ heart by rearranging her mom’s pantry in the likeness of her own hyper-organized kitchen. »
- Dana Rose Falcone
Rhoa Cast Throws Kenya Moore a Shady Surprise Wedding Before Questioning If Her Marriage Is Real
7 hours ago
When Kenya Moore decided to elope in tropical getaway to St. Lucia, it meant her and husband Marc Daly’s wedding wouldn’t be captured by The Real Housewives of Atlanta cameras. So to make up for it, Moore’s fellow Atlanta Housewives threw her a surprise wedding on Sunday’s episode.
Of course, the festivities — which occured during a group trip to San Francisco — came with a bit of shade thrown Moore’s way by her castmates Cynthia Bailey, Shereé Whitfield, Kandi Burruss, NeNe Leakes, Porsha Williams and Rhoa guest Marlo Hampton. Not only were they bothered that they »
- Dave Quinn
Prince Philip Looks Dashingly Handsome — at 96! — in Detailed New Portrait
9 hours ago
Prince Philip hasn’t lost his charm at 96, as evidenced by a brand new portrait of the royal.
The Prince’s background and heritage is being celebrated in the new portrait created for the Museum of National History at Frederiksborg Castle in Denmark by Australian born artist Ralph Heimans.
Set in the Grand Corridor at Windsor Castle, Prince Philip is shown wearing the sash of the Order of the Elephant, Denmark’s highest-ranking honor, in the portrait.
Windsor Castle, where he and his wife Queen Elizabeth spend most weekends, also holds special significance in regard to Philip’s ancestry. At »
- Simon Perry