People News Roundup: Rosie Perez takes stand in Weinstein case; Prince Harry may find home in Canada and more
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Actress Rosie Perez takes stand in Weinstein rape case
Actress Rosie Perez took the stand in the rape trial of Harvey Weinstein on Friday after the judge presiding over the case ruled that she could testify for the prosecution. Perez is expected to tell jurors that her friend and fellow actress Annabella Sciorra, who testified against Weinstein on Thursday, told her she was violently raped by the former Hollywood producer in the early 1990s.
Tea rooms and double-decker buses: Prince Harry may find home in Canada's royal city
Prince Harry and wife Meghan have settled, for now, into a seaside home near the most royal of Canadian cities - Victoria, British Columbia (B.C.)- named after a queen who reigned until 1901, during a great expansion of the British Empire. In the summer, tourists pile onto red double-decker buses like the ones that criss-cross London. Every afternoon, hundreds flock to tea at the magnificent Fairmont Empress Hotel or one of the city's many other tea rooms that fly the British flag.
Meghan Markle's father defends his reputation in new UK documentary
The estranged father of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, has sought to defend his reputation in a new documentary to be broadcast on Wednesday but said he fears he will never speak to his daughter or her husband, Britain's Prince Harry, again. Thomas Markle, 75, has already accused his daughter of "cheapening" the British royal family in part of an interview released on Sunday, a day after Buckingham Palace said Prince Harry and his wife would no longer be working members of the monarchy.
(With inputs from agencies.)
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