Thomas Markle sure does love the spotlight. And now, Meghan Markle‘s estranged father will soon launch a menswear collection, according to a private tweet sent by his daughter (and Meghan’s half-sister) Samantha on Wednesday morning. “So excited about my father’s new #clothing line for men!” Samantha wrote. “Will keep you posted!” Samantha, who famously helped her father fake the paparazzi photos that kick-started the months-long, messy feud between the Markles and the royal family, has made her desire to cash in on her famous half-sister clear. “No one in media would refuse a paycheck for talking about the royals and, as a family, we’re not subject to royal protocol.”
First it was the Brady Bunch house, now you could own Bella Swan’s “Twilight” home. The quaint four-bedroom, two-bathroom 1935 house in St. Helens, Oregon, which found movie fame with Kristen Stewart in the “Twilight” film series, is on the market, and it’s a steal at $349,900. The home was featured in 2008’s “Twilight” film when Bella Swan moved in with her police chief father Charlie, played by Billy Burke. It was in this home that Bella began her supernatural love triangle with vampire Edward Cullen and werewolf Jacob Black. Oh, hunky vampires and werewolves are not included with the house!
Many parents will be looking forward to becoming “empty nesters” as they soon send their kids off to school. So, when Vicky and Jeff Piper’s second and youngest child headed off to college this month, the Ohio couple decided to get a professional photo shoot celebrating their new “empty nest” lifestyle. In honor of their next chapter, the clever photos feature the couple holding a chalkboard reading “Empty Nest 2018″ and an actual bird’s nest. And they must have struck a chord with many parents, because a posting of their photos has received 171,000 likes and 30,000 shares! Vicky said, “People don’t realize that graduations and changes in the lives of children affect the parents’ lives as well. Let’s capture the moment not just for the kid that’s leaving the home, but for Mom and Dad, too.”