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The 31-year-old actress took to Twitter on Saturday, February 10, to share a photo of her girls’ night out at restaurant Girasol. The Emmy winner was probably best known for his roles on House of Cards and The Wire, had been battling lung cancer, according to a Friday, February 9, report by TMZ, though the cause of death was not revealed.
The fake sheikh Just how desperate those money troubles had become were revealed in 2010 when the Duchess received a visit from Mazher Mahmood, the News of the World's fake sheikh. She was not invited to the wedding of her nephew, Prince William, the following summer.Engagement speculation began back in September after the pair spent the weekend at Queen Elizabeth's Balmoral estate in Scotland.The couple joined her Majesty and other members of the royal family at the castle in the Highlands.In January 1992, after six years of marriage, Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew agreed to separate.In August, photographs of the Duchess sunbathing topless with John Bryan, an American financial manager, appeared on the front of the Daily Mirror. Shortly after her marriage, Sarah's weight rose to 15 stone 10, leading the tabloids to dub her the 'Duchess of Pork'.[…] Omarosa Manigault was hospitalized on Friday, January 9, after injuring herself during a Celebrity Big Brother competition.
The former White House staffer, 44, was competing in a Head of Household game where the cast had to get dizzy and bowl.
Debts Despite a divorce settlement of £3m, including £350,000 in cash from the Queen and £500,000 to buy a home, the Duchess has been dogged by debts thought to amount to at least £3m.
She was sued for £200,000 by London solicitors Davenport Lyons for alleged unpaid fees.
Other commercial endorsements earning her more than £2m a year included Wedgwood china, Avon make-up and Bai Lin tea - leading her to be dubbed 'Freebie Fergie'.
Reality television The Duchess developed a taste for television documentary making when she confronted Broken Britain in the ITV series The Duchess and the Estate, in which she visited Northern Moor housing project in Manchester and suggested means by which alcohol, violence and anti-social behaviour could be curbed. She played pool and drank cider with the locals, at one point telling the camera: "You've got to live de life." She later added: "I could sleep anywhere: a park bench, a bedsit, a B&B," before revealing she had spent the night in a nearby guesthouse.
The CBB live feeds went down during the competition but when they came back Manigault […] She’s back!