Pregnant Princess Eugenie shares adorable unseen wedding and secret holiday photos to mark second wedding anniversary

PRINCESS Eugenie has shared a sweet video montage showing unseen wedding pictures and secret holiday snaps to mark her second wedding anniversary. 

The Queen’s granddaughter, 30, tied the knot with wine merchant Jack Brooksbank, 34, in October 2018, and the couple are expecting their first baby together. 

Princess Eugenie has shared a sweet Instagram Reel in honour of her second wedding anniversary with husband Jack Brooksbank

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Princess Eugenie has shared a sweet Instagram Reel in honour of her second wedding anniversary with husband Jack BrooksbankCredit: Instagram

The adorable tribute to her relationship with Jack was shared as Princess Eugenie’s first Instagram Reel. 

It showcases previously unseen photos from their Windsor wedding, and enviable photos from their secret getaways together.

One of the travel snaps shows the couple beaming from a boat in front of penguins, while another features them cuddling in front of a spectacular sunset.

And the photos from the wedding day include Eugenie and Jack stealing a kiss in the chapel.

The video included snaps from their secret holidays together, including seeing penguins

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Mark Meadows Hosted Maskless Wedding Party in May: Report


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White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.

At a time when many couples are being forced to postpone their weddings to abide by state guidelines banning large gatherings and out of concern for their elderly relatives being exposed to the coronavirus, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows threw a “lavish” wedding party for his daughter in Atlanta.

The wedding was held in spite of the governor of Georgia’s executive order which required people in gathering in groups of 10 to maintaining six feet of distance at all times. The Constitution also reported that the event violated a mayorally issued 9 p.m. curfew.


Meadows’ Wedding Party Angered Atlanta’s Mayor & Some of the Event’s Workers

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Mark Meadows said to flout COVID rules at daughter’s wedding

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows hosted a large wedding for his daughter that appeared to violate a Georgia order and city of Atlanta guidelines to stop the spread of COVID-19, a newspaper reported Thursday.

Photos of the event show many of the guests crowding together, dancing and hugging during the May 31 nuptials at the Biltmore Ballrooms Atlanta, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

About 70 guests, including Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), wore tuxedos and ball gowns but no masks at the indoor wedding, and photographs show groups of people clustered closely together in the same room throughout the evening, the newspaper said.

Gov. Brian Kemp’s orders at the time banned gatherings of more than 10 people. The governor later loosened some coronavirus restrictions.

Novare Events, which plans events at the Biltmore Ballrooms, verified ahead of time that it would be acting within the law and in compliance with details

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Mark Meadows threw a 70-person indoor wedding for his daughter, flouting coronavirus restrictions.

Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff, hosted his daughter’s Atlanta wedding indoors in defiance of state and municipal guidelines that at the time limited gatherings to 10 people or less.

The wedding, held at Atlanta’s Biltmore Ballrooms in May, was first reported Thursday by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. It took place early in the coronavirus pandemic, as Americans were canceling or postponing their own weddings and other long-planned gatherings to comply with public health restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of the virus.

Photographs from the May 31 event, posted online, show no masks or distancing among the crowd of several dozen tuxedo-clad attendees.

In one image, Mr. Meadows can be seen delivering a father-of-the-bride speech before a band with at least eight members. Another shows a 21-member wedding party posing with the newly married couple. Mr. Meadows and his wife, Debbie, are shown during the recessional walking together

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Top Trump Aide Mark Meadows Held Mask-Less Wedding for His Daughter amid COVID Restrictions: Report

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows hosted a wedding for his daughter in Atlanta in late May, with about 70 mask-less guests in attendance, despite local officials urging against such gatherings to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, according to a new report by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The previously undisclosed event underlines the extent to which the Trump administration has resisted following the basic public health tips intended to avoid infection.

The Meadows family wedding, as reported, also fueled criticism that the president’s team has ignored the guidelines numerous others had to follow.

The contagious and deadly virus, which Donald Trump has downplayed to the public, reached the Oval Office in recent days — infecting both the president and First Lady Melania Trump as well as various senior advisers, campaign staff and others.

Many of those who were sickened around

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Mark Meadows held 70-person wedding in May despite Atlanta limiting gatherings to 10

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows violated the law and put dozens of people at risk at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

On May 31, Meadows held an indoor, maskless wedding for his daughter in Atlanta featuring about 70 guests, photos of the wedding reveal. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s (R) statewide order limited gatherings to 10 people at the time, as 47,000 people had tested positive for COVID-19 and more than 2,000 people had died of it.

Photos of the wedding show a “lush scene [that] could have come from any wedding magazine — were it not taking place at the height of a global pandemic,” the Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes. Guests, including Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), gathered close together and didn’t wear masks inside the ballroom as they danced to a live band. Meadows didn’t respond to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s requests for comment,

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Mark Meadows broke COVID-19 rules with 70-person wedding: report

  • White House chief of staff Mark Meadows reportedly hosted 70-plus people for his daughter’s wedding in Atlanta, breaking state COVID-19 rules.
  • Photos show guests maskless at a lavish indoor ballroom, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
  • Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio was also reportedly at the event. 
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White House chief of staff Mark Meadows reportedly hosted more than 70 guests for his daughter’s wedding in Atlanta in late May, despite COVID-19 restrictions in place at the time.

Photos obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution show people in close clusters, dressed in tuxedos and ball gowns, and without masks at a lavish indoor venue on May 31.

At the time, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp limited gatherings to 10 people to help curb the spread of coronavirus.

The party took place at the upscale Biltmore Ballrooms in the city, with “crystal chandeliers, marble floors and a frame

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a castle on top of a building: The White House is seen in Washington, early Tuesday, the morning after President Trump returned from the hospital where he was treated for COVID-19.


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The White House is seen in Washington, early Tuesday, the morning after President Trump returned from the hospital where he was treated for COVID-19.

President Trump made the stunning announcement that he and First Lady Melania Trump had tested positive for COVID-19 early Friday, Oct. 2. Since that time, several others in Trump’s circle have tested positive for the virus. Here’s the latest about what we know:

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White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows ignored virus rules at wedding, report says

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White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows hosted a large wedding for his daughter that appeared to violate a Georgia order and city of Atlanta guidelines aimed at stopping the spread of COVID-19, an Atlanta newspaper reported Thursday.

Photos of the event show that social distancing guidelines were not followed

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Mark Craig’s Week 5 NFL Power Rankings: Kansas City style

1. Chiefs (4-0)

Andy Reid is the only coach to start 4-0 four straight years. His 211 regular-season wins rank seventh. The only guy ahead of him not in the Hall of Fame — yet — is Bill Belichick.

2. Ravens (3-1)

Geez. As if the Ravens weren’t good enough on offense and defense, their punter, Sam Koch, is now 7-for-7 as a career passer on fake punts.

3. Seahawks (4-0)

Heads up, Vikings secondary. D.K. Metcalf has 403 yards receiving … on 16 catches. That’s a league-high 25.2 per catch.

4. Packers (4-0)

The Packers scored a season-low 30 points on Monday night. #staystrongGreenBay.

5. Bills (4-0)

The Associated Press began handing out the MVP award in 1957. A receiver has never won. Stefon Diggs looks like he wants to change that.

6. Steelers (3-0)

A suddenly tougher intrastate game with Philly awaits the Steelers after their Week 4

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Is Mark Cuban Right About An Andrew Yang-Style System To Send Americans Free Money?

KEY POINTS

  • Universal basic income is a government payment designed to cover basic needs
  • A Pew survey indicates Americans are cool to the idea and the World Bank says no country has such a program in place
  • Mark Cuban said bi-weekly $1,000 payments will instructions to spend it all within 10 days would go a long way to repairing the economy

Would Americans spending like crazy pull the economy out of the coronavirus sparked recession? Billionaire investor Mark Cuban says that’s just the ticket and that’s why the government should be sending out $1,000 checks to taxpayers every two weeks with instructions to spend it all – fast.

“Those without [help] are struggling badly,” Cuban told CNBC last week. “We need to get them help.”

Some 20 million Americans lost their jobs as a result of coronavirus lockdowns in early spring, and since then, only about half of those jobs

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