Biographer, Angela Levin, has been tagged as a racist after tweet of her mocking Meghan Markle’s skin colour by saying: “Look how white Meghan’s skin colour looks”.
Taking to social media, biographer Angela Levin, mocked skin colour of Meghan in a reply mood to an article written by a Pakistani tabloid.
She wrote: “Look how white Meghan’s skin colour looks.”
After her statement, she got dragged heavily on social media.
Camilla, the wife of Britain’s King Charles, personally delivered dozens of Paddington Bear toys to a children’s charity on Thursday, giving a new home to the toys which had been left by well-wishers as a tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth.
Mourners placed more than 1,000 Paddingtons and other teddy bears among the mass of floral tributes and messages which were left outside palaces and royal parks in London and Windsor in the days of mourning following Elizabeth’s death in September.
The stuffed bears have been professionally cleaned, and on Friday Camilla, the queen consort, visited a Barnardo’s Nursery in east London for a ‘teddy bears picnic’ featuring marmalade sandwiches, and to hand out some of the Paddingtons to vulnerable young children there.
She was joined by two of the cast from the recent Paddington films, Hugh Bonneville and Madeleine Harris, who played Mr Brown and Judy Brown in the movie adaptations of the children’s books.
For the rest of her accessories, Camilla kept things casual with a pair of suede boots believed to be from Launer London.
The late Queen was a huge fan of the brand and was rarely pictured without one of her long-handled handbags from the company.
Camilla carried a Bulgari Serpentine Forever Crossbody Bag today in a matching green shade to her dress, but she carried it as a handbag rather than over the shoulder.
King Charles and Queen Camilla welcomed the President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, to London yesterday. Kate, Princess of Wales, and William, Prince of Wales, joined the senior members. According to a body language expert, the four seemed supportive of one another and “unified” as they stood together at the Royal Pavilion. However, the expert claimed Camilla showed a gesture of “anxiety”.
“His hands seemed to pause above his pockets and his warm eye-gaze looked focused on her, while Camilla appeared to perform an even warmer, affectionate smile aimed at William.”
However, Judi also noted signs of anxiety while analysing Camilla’s body language and facial expressions.
She continued: “There was a small gesture of anxiety from Camilla as the very elegant William and Kate approached up the steps as she lifted her bag in front of her torso in a barrier gesture.
“There is clearly a desire to show a unified front and a family vibe from the new top tier of the Firm though, with smiles, chatting, and polite body language signals all round.