Patrick Stewart turns 80: Here are 8 reasons to love him

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    Once you nip over to his island, you’ll see that the sweet folks in question are Reese and Cyrus, two alpacas you may or may not have met in the 3DS game Animal Crossing: New Leaf. It’s their anniversary, Harv tells you, and they’re after some celebratory photos. He’s got a studio but no props, and wants you to help them out by providing said props and styling their sets. 

    6. He honors his teachers In 2010, Stewart was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace. And amid this lifetime honor, he didn’t forget to credit Cecil Dormand, the English teacher who first pushed him toward acting, saying he owed “literally everything” to the man. “Although many people in my life have had great influence on me, without this man none of it would have happened,” the BBC quoted Stewart as saying. It’s something Picard would have done.

    What is Wedding Season? After listening to Isabella’s announcement, your virtual pocket will start buzzing. It’s Harv, whose nearby island you’ve probably visited. Housed on that island is a photo studio that’s been little more than a novelty, but now it’s being put to use. He says he needs a slight favor and that some “sweet folks” need their photos taken.

    Some Good News, the feel-good news show hosted for the past eight weeks by John Krasinski, has sadly come an end — at least for its initial run of eight episodes. In the final instalment for now, Krasinski turned the lens on the positive community built up around the show, as well as dropping a few behind-the-scenes bloopers, including from last week’s The Office Zoom wedding.

    The Grecian diadem: Anne is pictured here wearing the Meander tiara to a Guildhall banquet in 1988. Named because of its classic Greek design with a central laurel wreath, this diamond diadem is especially sentimental to the Princess as it is the only one in the royal collection to have come from Prince Philip’s family. It was originally owned by his mother Princess Alice, who gave it as a wedding gift to Princess Elizabeth in 1947. Elizabeth gave it to Anne in 1972, a year before her own wedding. When Zara Phillips wore it for her wedding to Mike Tindall in 2011, it was a touching tribute to he

    The virtual get together came about in celebration of Maryland couple Susan and John’s Zoom wedding, hosted by the newly ordained Krasinski. John proposed to Susan by recreating Jim’s bent knee to Pam outside a petrol station in The Office.

    her looks. Step forward Princess Anne, the Queen’s second child and only daughter, who turns 70 next month. Anne was made Princess Royal in 1987, her mother keen to emphasise the two decades of sterling work she had devoted to royal duty. Where first Diana, Princess of Wales, and now Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, claimed to be modernisers, here is a woman who was trailblazing in a way they could only dream of. Not only is she the first female Knight of the Garter, she was the first princess to attend school outside the palace, and the first of the Queen’s offspring to marry and have children with a non-royal, divorce and

    Using Zoom can be hazardous at the best of times, but Krasinski not only married a couple on its virtual podium, he brought together the entire cast of The Office to reenact the wedding destination dance to Forever by Chris Brown that made Jim and Pam’s wedding truly special on the show.

    And being 80 doesn’t mean he shies away from new technology. His Sir Pat Stew Twitter account is a must-follow. Check out his birthday gift from Stewart’s pal Ian McKellen, who delivers a reading of William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 81, a wistful and sweet meditation about being remembered even after one is gone from this world.

    In the words of Krasinski, who later stands up to reveal he’s actually wearing proper suit pants for this episode (instead of boxers), “No matter how hard things get, there is always good in the world.”

    e issues.’ Despite remaining remarkably consistent, Anne has transformed her image from ‘Princess Sourpuss’ via ‘the caring Princess’ to the national treasure she is today. Our royal black sheep has come into her own and garnered worldwide respect, if not quite love; which is doubtless how she herself wo

    A few of those highlights include: Oprah Winfrey giving advice to college graduates, astronauts dropping in from the International Space Station and the original cast of Hamilton singing Alexander Hamilton to a 9-year-old girl who missed out on the show.

    1. That Stewart-McKellen friendship Fans don’t get to see a lot of celebrity friendships play out, but McKellen and Stewart’s very public relationship is a treasure for the ages. The two Brits met in the 1970s, Us magazine reports, but really got close after co-starring as rivals in the 2000 X-Men movie. Since then, they’ve continued to work and play together, with McKellen even serving as the officiant for Stewart’s 2013 wedding.

    Happy 80th birthday, Sir Patrick Stewart. The English actor, who hit the big 8-0 on Monday, can look back on a life of impressive work. It includes decades with the Royal Shakespeare Company, voice acting in everything from Family Guy II to The Emoji Movie, video game and commercial work, the role of Charles Xavier in the X-Men franchise, and more. He even appears in an iconic meme, with his famous facepalm producing everything from cookies to its own meme generator. But to many, he’ll always be Captain Jean-Luc Picard, the inspiring and courageous captain of the 24th-century starship, the USS Enterprise.

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