Renee and Jenan Ayesh were visiting Dallas from their hometown in Oklahoma when they were questioned about being American.
If a fortune teller had traced Meghan Markle‘s palms and told her that she’s destined to fall in love with a prince in the future, the 36-year-old would surely have shrugged it off with her now-trademark smile.But on May 19, the American-born Hollywood star and the Prince of Wales will tie the knot in a history-making ceremony guaranteed to be watched by millions across the globe.Though as the history books show, she isn’t the first actress to have lived a fairy tale-worthy romance.Ahead of the soon-to-be newlyweds’ big day, we delve into the past to chart the American women who were destined to don a tiara.From screen siren Grace Kelly to 1940s pin-up Rita Hayworth, these are the women who jumped straight from the pages of a fairy tale and became real life princesses in one, “I do”.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: 10 things Meghan Markle won’t be allowed to do once she’s a fully-fledged royalIconic royal weddings from around the worldPrince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding: The date, details and latest news
Anchors from WGN-TV questioned Hoda Katebi on her Iranian-American identity. Katebi, who went on the show to discuss her work dealing with the intersectionality of fashion and activism, as well as her photography book Tehran Streetstyle, was instead asked questions with Islamophobic overtones. What are your thoughts?” Katebi was asked by WGN-TV anchor Robin Baumgarten.
The topic of overseas manufacturing and jobs was a hotly contested topic during the presidential election, as many American brands still ship production overseas to keep costs low, at the expense of U.S. jobs and reported poor factory conditions (as seen through the catastrophic Bangladesh factory collapse in 2013).What and where you choose to buy is a choice. And so, to help you weigh your options and in honor of the Fourth of July, Yahoo Style is celebrating five small fashion brands that keep production in the U.S. — while also pointing out five popular brands which, perhaps surprisingly, do not.Read more from Yahoo Style + Beauty:• How to Spend the 4th of July in Style, 4 Ways • Kendall + Kylie Slapped Tupac and Biggie on $125 T-Shirts With Their Own Faces • Best Summer Sunglasses: 5 Stylish Frames You’ll LoveFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.