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Natasha Richardson Would ’Swoon’ Over Liam Neeson to ‘Parent Trap’ Costars
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Natasha Richardson Would ’Swoon’ Over Liam Neeson to ‘Parent Trap’ Costars

Elaine Hendrix, Natasha Richardson and Liam Neeson. Shutterstock (3) Elaine Hendrix and Natasha Richardson’s characters may have been less than friendly onscreen, but behind the scenes of The Parent Trap, the actresses would drink wine and bond in their trailers. Liam Neeson’s Sweetest Quotes About Natasha  “The first thing that I think about was, first of all, she loved Chardonnay. Cakebread,” Hendrix, 50, exclusively told Us Weekly of the late star. “I just remember in real life, thinking how elegant Natasha was and how she literally would swoon when she talked about Liam Neeson and when she talked about her children.” Richardson and Neeson, 69, met in 1993 while working on Broadway’s Anna Christie. They married a year later and welcomed sons Micheál and Daniel in 1995 and 1996, respe...
Struggling with a loved one? 12 clues a relationship with a parent might be toxic
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Struggling with a loved one? 12 clues a relationship with a parent might be toxic

It's more common than you'd thinkIf you’ve missed our Royal updates recently, you may not have caught the latest news about Meghan Markle. Her estranged father, Thomas Markle, is reportedly making a documentary about the Duchess of Sussex‘s childhood, covering his part in raising her and using private home movies. Seeing Meghan’s private life aired so publically is one thing, but seeing the evident – and clearly painful – rift between her and her father isn’t easy to watch. So, how do you handle a rift between a parent, if you’re affected by one? You may be surprised to hear that it’s not uncommon, although specific statistics on family estrangement aren’t easy to come by. One American study found that 17% of young adults had experie...
The Parent Trap: How to Channel Hallie and Annie's '90s Camp Style All Summer Long
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The Parent Trap: How to Channel Hallie and Annie's '90s Camp Style All Summer Long

My favorite part of 1998's The Parent Trap will always be the moment Hallie Parker arrives at Annie James's bunk amid Annie's winning streak during the girls' poker game. The door screeches open and the intro of "Bad to the Bone" starts to play. "No more takers?" Annie asks. "I'll take a whack at it," Hallie says, approaching the table in her varsity jacket and sunglasses, swinging a bag full of quarters. As the poker tournament begins and the pot grows, we see the girls are gambling for all the finer things: scrunchies, nail polish, a big purple hair clip - who even cared about the cash? I could rewatch that scene over and over just appreciating Hallie's no-nonsense style and the simple notion that somebody would end up winning the blue metallic polish. For most girls, the film brings...