Sorry, Zendaya! Khloé Kardashian & Odell Beckham Jr. Were 'Making Out' At Drake's Memorial Day Bash!
Apparently love was in the air at Drake's Memorial Day party on Monday!
Guess that's over then!
Damn! Hope Z wasn't too blindsided!
We know we tend to call celebrities "queen" a lot, but this time it's for real!
Britain's longest-reigning monach Queen Elizabeth II covers Vanity Fair in honor of her 90th birthday and right on time for the 63rd anniversary of her coronation in June 1953!
Though she could've posed solely, the Queen had her four adorable corgis — Holly, Willow, Vulcan, and Candy — along for the cover shot taken by Annie Leibovitz at Windsor Castle.
We can't tell if this is the cutest, or if it would have been cuter with the royal grandchildren instead. Still, we're glad the doggies got to be the stars this time!
Squad goals, right guys???
See more photos in the gallery (above)!
[Image via Vanity Fair.]
Kate Middleton and Prince William always take the best pictures!
On May 25, British photographer Paul Ratcliffe gifted the world with a new and ADORABLE picture of Kate and Will following their fifth wedding anniversary last month. The pic was sent to Paul as a thank-you for a sweet note he sent the couple in honor of their special day.
In the snap, the twosome don polished looks in front of a lush background. As per usual, the pair exude happiness in addition to their winning their smiles for the camera.
Check out Paul's tweets about the unexpected surprise from the royals (below)!
Queen Elizabeth is SO loved!
On May 15, Elizabeth's 90th birthday milestone (the royal's real b-day was on April 21), was celebrated with a two-hour ceremony looking back on her long reign as the Queen of England as well as her colorful life. The special event was even broadcast live on UK television so all of her subjects could participate in the fun!
In true royal fashion, the lavish bash at Windsor Castle included a big horse show (we're talking 900 ponies here, people), 1,500 performers, and archival footage narrated by f*cking Helen Mirren. Not to mention the Brit's fam, including Prince Charles, Prince Harry, Prince William, and Kate Middleton, were also in attendance!
Woah! The monarch is truly one lucky gal!
To make the ceremony even sweeter, Elizabeth's son Charles gave a personal address to his momma, saying:
As you may know, Prince Harry is in the states to enjoy the Invictus Games — and apparently he's having a blast!
The Prince ended up attending the wheelchair rugby finals at Walt Disney World's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida to cheer on the U.K. team as they whooped up on Australia to win the bronze medal!
Harry was clearly having the time of his life as he not only led a loud chant of "Oy! Oy! Oy!", but he also cheered, clapped, did the wave, saluted on the "Salute-Cam", and even snapped pics and selfies with fans!
Before the championship final match between Team USA and Team Denmark — which USA ended up winning — Biden was in the spotlight as he joked with fans, saying:
The royal and First Lady helped kick off the second Invictus Games on Sunday night, where wounded, injured, or sick armed services personnel competed in the multi-sport event at Walt Disney World's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida!
Before the event commenced, Harry spoke out on the injured men and women who would be competing in the games, also taking the time to highlight those who were struggling with mental health issues.