The Princess shall be called Charlotte Elizabeth Diana!
What a sugary sweet moniker!
We can hardly wait to see Charlotte all dressed up in her traditional garb!
What do you think of her name?! SOUND OFF in the comments (below)!
The news broke Friday that six Baltimore police officers would indeed be facing criminal charges for their part in the death of Freddie Gray.
Now President Barack Obama has made a statement on the importance of this decision.
The POTUS — and former lawyer — refused to give his legal opinion on the case but did say it was "absolutely vital that the truth comes out."
See his full statement (below)!
After all Bruce Jenner has been through in recent weeks, we're pretty sure this is not the news he wanted to hear.
He recently revealed he is undergoing a gender transition, and now he has something else weighing on him.
As you know, Bruce was involved in a fatal car accident on the PCH in Malibu back in February. And while he isn't being formally pursued over the matter by the law because the investigation is still under way, he is being pursued by the victim's family!
Kim Howe was sadly killed in the car accident, and now her two stepchildren want Bruce to pay up.
They are claiming in a lawsuit against the former Olympian that he was "careless and negligent" when he hit her car and caused it to cross into oncoming traffic.
While he was believed to be to blame in that he wasn't paying attention, he wasn't breaking other laws like speeding. However,
Uptown Funk gonna give it to ya! And by "it" we mean a sizable royalty check!
Oh, and four other people too.
The song originally had six credited songwriters — Mark, Bruno, Bruno's partner Phillip Lawrence, producer Devon Gallaspy (for the All Gold Everything excerpts) along with Trinidad James, and co-producer Jeffrey Bhasker.
But now, thanks to a new legal settlement, the megahit is being credited to five more writers!
After a claim that part of the song sounded similar to
It's been a rough time for V. Stiviano!
Earlier this April, a Los Angeles judge ordered that the famous supposed side-piece to Ex-Clippers owner, Donald Sterling, evacuate her $1.8 million dollar condo and return $800,000 worth of gifts.
Talk about an epic fall from grace.
The rumored mistress was spotted on Thursday moving out of her former condo and getting into a tattered Hyundai Alantra — which is certainly a step down from the Ferrari she's used to driving around in.
The loss of luxury resulted from Donald's wife, Shelly, who sued V. for being her husband's mistress and banking rolling her lavish lifestyle.
Coincidence?? We don't think so either!!
Regarding the lawsuit, the billionaire's estranged wife stated:
After weeks of unrest in Baltimore, sparked by the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody, it looks like protesters may finally be getting a modicum of the justice they seek.
Baltimore's Chief prosecutor Marilyn Mosby announced Friday morning that the police WILL be held responsible for Gray's death.
The 25-year-old suffered a spinal injury during his April 12 arrest, and Mosby says officers' failure to get him necessary medical attention OR to explain why he was being arrested OR how he received the injury were sufficient to warrant criminal charges.
A single officer faces second degree murder (depraved indifference) charges, while the others are being charged with manslaughter, second-degree assault, misconduct in office, and false imprisonment.
See the passionate announcement and its intense reaction (below)!
It has not been a good day for the stars (and their cars) of Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta.
Rapper Yung Joc was pulled over in the ATL Thursday for speeding. The police ran his license and found out there was an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He's currently in custody.
But Yung Joc isn't the only star from the VH1 reality show to have some car problems today!
Who knew one seemingly harmless photo could cause so much trouble?
According to legal docs, a state trooper in Dallas is suing his bosses for penalizing him with "disciplinary counseling" after he took a photo with Snoop Dogg.
The whole mess started when the trooper, Billy Spears, posed for a pic with Snoop at SXSW where the rapper gave a keynote speech.
While the snap was completely lighthearted, Billy's department was NOT happy and they punished him with disciplinary counseling, a move which could prevent the trooper from seeking future advancement in the force.
What's unfair about this situation is that the Drop It Like It's Hot singer is the one who requested the photo and then later posted it to Instagram!
In defense of the punishment, Spears' superiors cited Snoop's criminal background as casting a negative light on the department.
Billy is now filing a civil lawsuit against his bosses because he feels like the punishment was motivated by previous conflicts and not S.D.'s criminal past.
So, whose side are YOU on?!
[Image via Instagram.]