DD is making a limited-edition heart-shaped jelly donut to celebrate the impending royal wedding.
With the big royal wedding only weeks away, the world is getting pretty excited about the upcoming nuptials. When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say “I do” on Saturday, May 19th, the closest most of us will get is watching it on TV, but thanks to Dunkin’ Donuts, we can snack on a special sweet treat to mark the occasion.
Dunkin’ is releasing the “Royal Love” doughnut next week, which is a limited-edition heart-shaped treat filled with jelly and topped with chocolate icing and a strawberry drizzle. And it’s only available from May 14th through May 20th at participating locations, but you could have one on hand for your early morning royal wedding viewing party.
They named the children Rowan Luke and Kai Leia and decorated their nursery in a “Star Wars” theme.
The force is with them.
A Utah couple became parents of a boy and a girl on “Star Wars” day, Friday, May 4. The day is celebrated by “Star Wars” fans because it sounds like the movie’s line, “May the force be with you.”
Kendall and Ross Robbins said Monday they named the children Rowan Luke and Kai Leia and decorated their nursery in a “Star Wars” theme.
Their middle names are two of the main figures in the movie franchise. The couple says they chose to be induced on May 4 and had other middle names picked out just in case, but didn’t need to use them.
As Kendall Robbins says, “the force is strong with them.”
The twins’ home nursery is decorated in a “Star Wars” theme.
The woman's 911 emergency was just for beer.
A Florida woman was arrested on Friday after cops said she falsely called 911 claiming a medical emergency, when she was just thirsty.
It turns out that Jennifer Sue Roberts’ emergency was a need for beer, WFLA-TV reported, citing an arrest affidavit.
The 57-year-old called 911 twice — just after 12 noon and just before 4 p.m. — claiming she had a medical emergency, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Roberts reportedly appeared intoxicated when paramedics arrived after the second call.
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office records seemingly indicate Roberts, who also reportedly goes by Jennifer Sue Sunday, has been accused numerous times of dialing 911 without an emergency. WFLA reports she’s made 28 false calls since February.
The St. Petersburg woman was released Saturday on her own recognizance.