Listen on Spotify to Get Tressed With Us to get the details of every hair love affair in Hollywood, from the hits and misses on the red carpet to your favorite celebrities’ street style ‘dos (and don’ts!) A brooch is commonly favored accessory by those of the British royal family, especially Queen Elizabeth II. The monarch has quite an impressive collection, including inherited pieces from Queen Victoria and Queen Mary as well as specially commissioned ones she was gifted over the years.But an all time favorite has to be the True Lover’s Knot, which the queen wore to Duchess Kate’s wedding back in 2011.- Advertisement – Duchess Camilla. Courtesy of Clarence House/InstagramNow that’s a standout accessory. Duchess Camilla wore a meaningful brooch for her newest royal portrait.On Thursday, November 5, a portrait of the Duchess of Cornwall was unveiled to commemorate her role as Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles. On her elegant green top, the 73-year-old royal wore a silver Bugle Horn brooch. This piece of jewelry, which was commissioned by The Rifles, represents the heritage of the regiment. In fact, every rifleman wears a silver bugle as their cap badge.- Advertisement – The photograph was taken last month at Clarence House after the Prince Philip transferred his role over to the duchess in July. However, on Wednesday, November 4, Duchess Camilla attended the 92nd Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey in her new role, wearing the same brooch on a dark green coat quite reminiscent of her portrait ensemble.In a message to the regiment, the Duchess said, “Riflemen, with the rest of our nation, I am profoundly in your debt for all that you do, especially during these troubled times. Continue to uphold those qualities of discipline, courage and sense of humour that my father spoke of and be proud of all that you represent.”She concluded, “Wherever you may be viewing this message, on operations in Afghanistan, deployed to Estonia, on exercise in the U.K. or indeed, enjoying some much-deserved leave, thank you from the bottom of my heart.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
The Lady Pirates traveled to Liberty and defeated the Lady Patriots of Union County 4-0 Saturday morning.Michael Myers opened the scoring twenty minutes into the game when her direct kick bounced off a UC player for a goal. With 7 minutes remaining in the half Kasey Moeller tracked down a punt by McKella Lynette for a breakaway score. The Lady Pirates had nice runs and even had a goal called back due to an offside infraction.In the second half Abby Bausback scored her first career goal when UC did not clear the ball out of the box. The final goal came with 13 minutes to play after a UC defender was called for a hand ball in the box and Maddi Hellmich converted the penalty kick.McKella Lynette made 12 saves in her shut-out win and a big credit to the entire defensive line for shutting down the attacking runs. Also taking shots on goal were Emma Overmyer and Emma Hellmich.The win brings the Lady Pirates record to 2-1 on the season and they face Batesville at home on Thurday evening. Varsity kick off at 5PM with a JV half match after.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Mike Myers.
Lucas Lamberies was the Saturday Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod feature winner at Shawano Speedway. (Photo by A and H Photo)By Scott OwenSHAWANO, Wis. (May 27) – Lucas Lamberies landed his second Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod victory of the season at Shawano Speedway Saturday night.Kelsy Hayes snagged the lead on the opening lap and was challenged early by Jeff Schmuhl before the 10th starting Lamberies raced his way to second near midway.After a lap 12 restart, Lamberies got to the outside of Hayes and the pair ran side-by-side for a lap before Lamberies secured the top spot. Lamberies went on to win and Hayes finished second followed by Jordan Barkholtz, Schmuhl and Jordan Bartz.In IMCA Modified action it was the “O” show for the second week in a row as Matt Oreskovich led all 20 laps of the feature for his second consecutive win.Travis Van Straten pulled away over the closing laps to win the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature.