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See Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s official wedding invitation

Kensington Palace has revealed the invitations to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.

People reported that the invitations for the ceremony were unveiled Thursday.

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The intricate invitations were printed through the process of die stamping on a 1930s machine by Lottie Small, the palace said. Small recently completed an apprenticeship at Barnard and Westwood, a printing and bookbinding company in London. The company has made royal invitations since 1985.

“The invitations follow many years of royal tradition and have been made by @BarnardWestwood,” the palace said. “They feature the Three-Feathered Badge of the Prince of Wales printed in gold ink.”

The wedding of Markle, 36, and Prince Harry, 33, will be at St. George’s Chapel. The invitation is for the ceremony and the lunch reception at St. George’s Hall, the latter of which will being given by Queen Elizabeth. The palace said that later that evening the 200 guests will go to a reception by Prince Charles.

Prince Harry and Markle will be married May 19.

Panic! At the Disco announces new album and tour

Fresh off of a surprise show in Cleveland, Panic! At the Disco has announced a new tour and album.

Billboard reported that the album, called “Pray for the Wicked,” will be released June 22.

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“After being away in New York for months doing Kinky Boots, I just wanted to hang out at home when I got back to LA,” Panic! At the Disco lead singer Brendon Urie said in a statement. “I was so revved up that I asked some friends to come over to my home studio to help me write about all the incredible things I’ve experienced the last couple of years. ‘Pray For The Wicked’ is my thank you to our fans and the most fun I’ve ever had making album.”

“Pray for the Wicked” is available for pre-order. According to a news release, fans who pre-order the 11-track album will get a pre-sale code for early access to tickets. Pre-sale starts March 30 at 9 a.m. local time. General tickets go on sale March 30 at 12 p.m. local time. Singer-songwriter Hayley Kiyoko and rock band Arizona will be guests on some tour dates.

To coincide with the record, the pop-punk group is going on an arena tour in the U.S. starting July 11 and ending Aug. 15

Dates for the “Pray for the Wicked Tour” are below. More information on tickets, guests and dates can be found at the Panic! At the Disco official website

July 11 -  Minneapolis at Target CenterJuly 13 - Indianapolis at Bankers Life FieldhouseJuly 14 - Detroit at Little Caesars ArenaJuly 15 - Columbus, Ohio, at Nationwide ArenaJuly 17 - Chicago at United CenterJuly 18 - Pittsburgh at PPG Paints ArenaJuly 20 - Uniondale, New York, at NYCB Live: Nassau ColiseumJuly 21 - Baltimore, at Royal Farms ArenaJuly 22 - Toronto at Air Canada CentreJuly 24 - New York at Madison Square GardenJuly 25 - Boston at TD GardenJuly 27 - Philadelphia at Wells Fargo CenterJuly 28 - Raleigh, North Carolina, at NC ArenaJuly 29 - Duluth, Georgia, at Infinite Energy CenterJuly 31 - Sunrise, Florida, at BB&T CenterAug. 1 - Tampa, Florida, at Amalie ArenaAug. 3 - Houston at Toyota CenterAug. 4 - Dallas at American Airlines CenterAug. 5 - Tulsa, Oklahoma, at BOK CenterAug. 7 - Denver at Pepsi CenterAug. 8 - Salt Lake City at Vivint Smart Home ArenaAug. 10 - Seattle at KeyArenaAug. 11 - Vancouver, British Columbia, at Rogers ArenaAug. 12 - Portland, Oregon, at Moda CenterAug. 14 - San Jose, California, at SAP CenterAug. 15 - Los Angeles  at STAPLES CenterAug. 17 - Glendale, Arizona, Gila River ArenaAug. 18 - Las Vegas at T-Mobile Arena

Frank Avruch, known for playing Bozo the Clown, dies at 89

Frank Avruch, the Boston TV personality and entertainer who portrayed Bozo the Clown, has died. He was 89 years old.

CNN reported that Avruch’s manager confirmed that he died Tuesday.

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“While it's hard to say goodbye, we celebrate the legacy of joy and laughter he brought to millions of children around the world as Bozo the Clown on TV and as a UNICEF Ambassador and later as host of Channel 5’s ‘Great Entertainment’ and Boston’s ‘Man About Town,’” a statement from Avruch’s family said. “Our dad loved the children of all ages who remembered being on his show and was always grateful for their kind words. We will miss him greatly.”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Avruch became the first nationally syndicated Bozo the Clown. He played the character from 1959-1970.

The Associated Press reported that Avruch is survived by is wife, Betty, sons Matthew and Steven and several grandchildren. 



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