Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's bombshell tell-all will once again be the centre of focus as experts analyse their body language and voice tone. For an upcoming new special helmed by Discovery UK , the Sussexes mannerisms will be studied in greater detail, reported Variety . The special, titled Meghan and Harry: Recollections May Vary will take into account the Sussexes "speech, tone of voice, movements and expressions frame by frame, discussing the allegations of racism against the royal family, Markle’s mental health struggles, and Harry’s fractured relationship with his family." The channel further stated, “In one of our most ambitious investigative specials to date, the royal interview that divided the world is going under the microscope. It promises to serve up some ground-breaking insights that may finally put to bed questions around the claims that made headlines.” The Discovery UK special will air tonight, on Friday, and delve deeper into Meghan and Harry's … [Read more...] about Meghan and Harry’s tell-all to be rehashed again to analyse body language
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While a decade of marriage would have worn out most couples, it has only strengthened Prince William and Kate Middleton. Body language expert Judi James spoke to the Daily Mirror , comparing their new anniversary photos with previous pictures of the couple. She said that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge seem to be more relaxed now as they have grown closer over the years. “The couple in the most recent photos though are people you'd want in your social bubble, popping in for drinks around the BBQ. “Happy and incredibly relaxed together, they look like they'd be the best fun. “Some couples grow apart during a decade of marriage but William and Kate's body language suggests they have grown closer and learned to enjoy life openly and with confidence.” … [Read more...] about Prince William, Kate Middleton’s 10-year marriage explained by body language expert
Domian Holbrook , a friend of Meghan Markle, had used inappropriate language against the British royal family on Twitter. Holbrook , who is a TV critic, mocked the royal family after actor Patrick J Adams defended his Suits co-star when the Duchess of Sussex was accused of bullying staff at Kensington Palace. Meghan Markle's friend used inappropriate words against the royal family on Twitter which read, 'they can eat a bag of *****.' The comment was made on March 5 as he shared Adams's Twitter thread defending Meghan. Holbrook's tweet has been unearthed by "Mail on Sunday", days after the funeral of Prince Philip. … [Read more...] about Meghan Markle’s friend used inappropriate language against British royal family: report
Dhanush's highly anticipated film Jagame Thandhiram is all set to release on Netflix on June 18. Though the film was earlier scheduled to hit the theatres on May 1, 2020, the makers had to postpone the date owing to the sudden COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown. Well now, as per the latest report, the makers of the gangster drama are leaving no stone unturned to make complete use of the popular OTT platform, as they are planning to reach a wider audience with their film. Reportedly, the Dhanush-starrer will release on Netflix in 17 languages including Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Hindi, English and French. Also Read: Karnan Twitter Review: Dhanush's Raw Avatar Is Here To Win Your Hearts! Though there is no confirmation from the makers, reports are rife that the new development is owing to the actor's popularity worldwide while also keeping in mind that he is soon going to appear in the Hollywood film The Gray Man . On the other … [Read more...] about Jagame Thandhiram Release: Dhanush-Karthik Subbaraj’s Gangster Drama To Hit Netflix In 17 Languages?
advertisement advertisement advertisement For many reasons, including globalization and cultural assimilation, a handful of languages, such as English, Spanish, and Mandarin, are dominating the world’s linguistic landscape—and that often comes at the expense of older and less popular dialects, which slowly fade out. It’s estimated that a language goes extinct every 14 days; almost half of the world’s 6,000 to 7,000 languages are endangered. UNESCO has a scale for threatened languages, called the Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger , where tongues range from vulnerable to critically endangered (the rung on the scale right before “extinct”). advertisement advertisement This modern-day reality creates a distressing sense of loss for many people who understandably want to preserve their cultural heritage and keep their family traditions from fading into obsolescence. That’s why Google Arts & Culture is deploying its … [Read more...] about This new app from Google is designed to preserve the words of fading languages
On Spanish Language Day, Google Doodle celebrates the letter Ñ (pronounced "enye"), which is the only letter in the Spanish alphabet that originated in Spain . The letter Ñ was created in the 12th century by Spanish scribes who came up with a way to save time and parchment when hand-copying Latin manuscripts. They decided to shorten words with double letters, combining the two letters into one with a tiny "n" on top to signify the change—this tiny n symbol is now known as a "virgulilla" or tilde. For example, the Latin word for "year" is "annus" which eventually became "año" in Spanish. Today, the letter Ñ appears in more than 17,700 Spanish words. The Ñ is not only a letter but it also represents Hispanic heritage and identity. It was officially entered into the Royal Spanish Academy's dictionary in 1803, and 190 years later, Spain passed legislation to protect its inclusion in computer keyboards. In 2010, the United Nations declared six language days to celebrate the … [Read more...] about Google Doodle Celebrates Letter Ñ on Spanish Language Day