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Royal couple at friend’s
wedding on Meghan’s
LONDON (AP) — Weeks after tying the knot themselves, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were at another wedding Saturday — this time as guests.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended the wedding of the prince’s long-time friend Charlie van Straubenzee to videographer Daisy Jenks.
Van Straubenzee has known the prince since childhood and was an usher at Harry and Meghan’s wedding at Windsor Castle in May.
The prince, wearing a tailcoat and sunglasses, arrived with other groomsmen at the medieval church of St. Mary the Virgin in Frensham, 40 miles (64 kilometers) southwest of London.
Meghan arrived separately, in a short-sleeved Club Monaco dress with blue top and multicolored skirt with a Philip Treacy hat. The former American actress waved to well-wishers outside the church on Saturday, which is also her 37th birthday.
Harry and Meghan, holding hands, left together shortly after the hour-long ceremony ended.
‘Tough guys’ urged to
audition for new
Mark Wahlberg movie
BOSTON (AP) — Mark Wahlberg is looking for a few tough guys to appear in his latest movie.
Boston Casting says auditions will be held Saturday at its offices in the city’s Allston neighborhood, and it’s encouraging “real people” with “tough faces” to answer the call.
The company says it’s looking for construction workers, blue collar workers, public works workers, “fishermen, mob guys, etc.,” for speaking roles and on-camera extras.
It’s not clear what film is involved, but “Wonderland” — a collaboration between Netflix, Wahlberg and “Patriots Day” director Peter Berg — is in the works.
It’ll star Wahlberg as the Boston private investigator immortalized in ABC’s 1980s television series “Spenser: For Hire.”
Jessica Lange to return to ‘American Horror Story’
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Jessica Lange will return to “American Horror Story” in an episode directed by star Sarah Paulson during the show’s upcoming season.
Paulson revealed the news at a TV critics meeting on Friday, saying Lange will reprise her role as Constance Langdon.
Lange was a four-time Emmy nominee for her work in the FX anthology series’ first four seasons. She won Emmys in 2012 and 2014.
The network announced that “American Horror Story” has been renewed for a 10th season. The series had already been renewed for seasons eight and nine.
Season eight, titled “Apocalypse,” will be a crossover between the series’ first and third seasons. It debuts on Sept. 12 and includes Paulson, Evan Peters and Kathy Bates.
The series has earned 16 Emmys.