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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may be private about their romance in real-life, but the upcoming Lifetime movie about the engaged couple attempt to give Royal watchers some insight into their personal lives.
The first look of the Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance was shared on Instagram Thursday by actress Parisa Fitz-Henley, who will be portraying the bride-to-be.
“Sweet Dreams to you Love, #HarryandMeghan #ARoyalRomance @Lifetimetv Day 1 #gingerlove,” Fitz-Henley, 41, captioned the behind-the-scenes photo of her cozying up with actor Murray Fraser, who plays the spare heir.
Earlier this month, it was announced that Meghan and Harry’s whirlwind love story was officially getting the Hollywood treatment with a Lifetime movie, set to air this spring.
The TV movie will start with the couple’s first date, which was set up by a mutual friend, and continue through their engagement.
With her dark locks, sparkling brown eyes and Audrey Hepburn-inspired brows, Fitz-Henley is a dead ringer for Meghan.
“We’re here for day one of Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance! I’m heading into my trailer for the first time. Looking forward to sharing everything with you,” the star said in a video shared on Instagram Story Thursday.
Before Meghan and Harry, Prince William and Kate Middleton were also the focus of not one, but two TV movies. Both were released around the time of the couple’s wedding and depicted their relationship, which started when they were both students at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.
Just as William and Kate’s own Lifetime movie was released just before their April 2011 wedding, we can likely expect Meghan and Harry’s TV movie to debut ahead of their May 19 wedding.
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NBC’s primetime coverage of the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, will kick off Thursday night with the start of the figure skating team competition. But if you tune in and kick yourself because you missed the much-anticipated Opening Ceremony, don’t worry — that isn’t happening until the following morning stateside.
For U.S. viewers who want to watch how things unfold in real-time, the event will be live-streamed online starting at 6 a.m. Friday on the NBC Sports website and app. (Korea is 14 hours ahead of the East Coast, which means 6 a.m. Friday is 8 p.m. local time.)
This will be the first time the Opening Ceremony will be streamed live for those in the U.S. For viewers in the United Kingdom, the Games will be available on BBC TV and digital platforms.
NBC’s Katie Couric and Mike Tirico (taking over for the now-retired Bob Costas) will be stepping in to cover the festivities from PyeongChang Olympic Stadium, which seats 35,000 and was built specifically for the opening and closing ceremonies.
While American television viewers won’t be able to catch the Opening Ceremony fully live — although Today will be airing reports from PyeongChang that morning— NBC will broadcast a delayed replay of the ceremony for primetime viewers starting at 8 p.m. E.T. on Friday.
The Opening Ceremony of the 23rd Winter Olympics will feature a grand parade of the dozens of countries competing in the Games, and it’ll be South Korea’s chance to showcase their culture through performance and spectacle on the world stage.
This year, in an highly anticipated gesture, athletes from both South and North Korea will be marching under one unified flag during the ceremony. It’s being touted as an important step in relations between the two feuding countries, and also symbolizes the power of sport.
This will all lead to the lighting of the Olympic torch, which will signal the official start of the Games.
For Team USA’s opening ceremony entrance, Ralph Lauren is providing Americana-inspired outfits that will feature slim-fit moto jeans, fringed cowboy gloves, a tricolor wool knit sweater, a navy bandana and brown suede mountaineering boots with red laces.
The 2018 Winter Olympics will air live starting Feb. 8. To learn more, visit teamusa.org.
He now locks the door!
The greatest TV moments of 2017 was, without a shadow of a doubt, this interview that turned into a complete shambles when the interviewee’s kids invaded.
Robert E Kelly, a professor of political science, was supposed to be talking about the resignation of South Korea's president Park Geun-hye. However, he forgot to lock the door behind him, resulting in both of his kids crashing his interview.
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It spawned one of the greatest GIFs of all time.
And when it went viral across the world, he responded with this tweet when BBC News asked if they could repeat the clip on television.
“Goes viral and gets weird.”
Now, whenever he tweets an upcoming interview, everyone has one thing on their mind.
Oh, and your eyes can’t help looking at this corner of the screen, just in case something is about to happen.
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He said: “This whole thing happened because I was tired, it was the day the South Korean president had been impeached, I had done five interviews beforehand and I just forgot to push the button, man.”
He then said: “Even now, when I push the button, my kids come down the hallway and they pound on the door … If you ever watch me doing a TV video and I’m talking very loud, it’s because I’m covering up my kids pounding on the door, because my wife lost track of them again.”
“And they come running down the hall and they pound on the door [and go] 'DADDY DADDY DADDY.'”
“Yeah, that's my family, man. My kids are very energetic.”
Thank you for the memories.
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