Ellen’s 3 Things You Should Know For 7/20/21
We are all busy so I have done the hard work for you. I have searched the internet and come up with the top 3 things you should know today.
In Louisiana News:
History will be made in the Louisiana Legislature at Noon today. That’s when the state’s first-ever VETO override session will be called to order. Lawmakers will only have until the close of business on Saturday (7/24) to debate and discuss and possibly overturn the 28 pieces of legislation that were vetoed by Governor Edwards during the past legislative session.
In Royal News:
Prince Harry has left his family shocked again! Yesterday Prince Harry announced that he is writing an intimate and heartfelt memoir. One source close to the family said there was "much eye-rolling" among the royal family when the news of the memoir broke. However, Harry is not the first member of the Royal family to write a tell-all, Edward, Duke of Windsor, who was Queen Elizabeth's uncle and had been coronated King Edward VIII before abdicating the throne in 1936 so he could marry American, Wallis Simpson produced a ghost-written biography titled A King's Story: The Memoirs of the Duke of Windsor. Prince Harry's memoir is scheduled to be released in late 2022.
In More Britney Drama:
Britney Spears has a ton on her plate at the moment due to her current conservatorship battle. But, could she be adding an engagement on top of that? According to the Daily Mail, Spears is sparking engagement rumors with her boyfriend. Spears was spotted over the weekend grabbing a coffee from a Los Angeles Starbucks while wearing a massive diamond ring on her finger. While it was revealed that part of Britney’s conservatorship dictates who she can marry with this issue tied up in court some believe the singer may have taken her destiny into her own hands.
Britney Spears' new lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, is wasting no time as he joins the pop star's ongoing conservatorship battle. The lawyer took to Instagram to say that he is working "aggressively" and "expeditiously" to remove Britney's father Jamie Spears from her conservatorship.