Paula Patton says Meghan Markle helped with her 2005 wedding invitations

Six degrees of separation is never truer than in Tinseltown!  Paula Patton and Meghan Markle have a total Hollywood connection, but it’s not what you might think.
Actress Paula Patton revealed that Meghan Markle helped her make her 2005 wedding invitations.

Actress Paula Patton revealed that Meghan Markle helped her make her 2005 wedding invitations. (Reuters)

Six degrees of separation is never truer than in Tinseltown!

Paula Patton and Meghan Markle have a total Hollywood connection, but it’s not what you might think.

“I met her because she helped me with my wedding invitations,” Patton revealed. The 42-year-old actress was sitting down to chat with ET about her upcoming movie, “Traffik,” when the remarkable Markle connection came up.

Markle, who is set to wed Prince Harry on May 19, was apparently working as a clerk at the Paper Source, where Patton had the invitations made for her 2005 wedding to ex-husband Robine Thicke, and hand-wrote the addresses on the envelopes.

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“She had this beautiful writing,” Patton recalled. “That moment I feel like I said something to her. Like, ‘You are meant to be royal’… She was just so graceful and lovely, and actually really kind.”

As for her latest movie, Patton gets to exhibit a different kind of grace — as a boss. She not only produced and starred in the film, which revolves around a romantic getaway that goes awry with the appearance of a woman in need of help, but she did her own stunts, too.

“That’s what’s fun about it,” she said of her character’s stunts. “This girl, she doesn’t know how to fight and she doesn’t know how to be in a car chase and so it was fun for me, as a character, as an actor, as a human, but also to portray this person. To actually go through those experiences, you know. I’ve never been dragged out of a car, so I need someone to do it for me, so I have the right reaction.”

“Traffik” hits theaters April 20.

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Peppa Pig’s creepy front face horrifies parents on Twitter

Peppa Pig is one of the most popular children’s characters on TV, but parents were shocked after one Twitter user unveiled a horrifying new side to the animated favorite.
Peppa Pig is one of the most popular children’s characters on TV, but parents were shocked after one Twitter user unveiled a horrifying new side to the animated favorite.

Peppa Pig is one of the most popular children’s characters on TV, but parents were shocked after one Twitter user unveiled a horrifying new side to the animated favorite.

She’s one of the most popular children’s characters on TV today, but until now, no one knew what Peppa Pig looked like “face on.”

The animated pig always appears side on, so only half of her face is ever seen. However, bizarrely, two eyes and two nostrils are visible from this angle.

But one artist has envisioned what the character would look like if she turned to the front — and the results are truly terrifying.

Kwon Hanchi shared the sketches on Twitter, shocking Peppa Pig fans across the globe.

He included pictures of Peppa’s right face and Peppa’s left face, before revealing her “front face” — which includes four eyes and four nostrils.

He later followed up with a color version of the image, and Peppa fans were left distraught.

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— soda はんち (@KwonHanchi) April 6, 2018

“Peppa pig is on in the waiting room we’re sitting in, and I can’t unsee that left face/front face/right face drawing,” one tweeted.

Another said, “The front face of Peppa Pig makes me uncomfortable.”

A mother of two suggested that “you probably shouldn’t show your kids Peppa Pig’s terrifying ‘front face.'”

Now. Something disturbing. And I mean really disturbing. #frontface#peppapighttps://t.co/JGnIGyFs7Q

— Renée Tuijnman (@Tuijnman83) April 14, 2018

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— Tom (@this_one_tom) April 15, 2018

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— lili♡ (@LiLiMayniac) April 7, 2018

There are no words…my nieces like peppa..will show them this and scare them into reality

— Martin Howes (@Marty2706) April 14, 2018

“Peppa Pig’s ‘front face’ has finally been revealed – and it can never be unseen. We recommend you refrain from showing this to your kids,” one chimed.

And another Twitter user declared it was “the stuff nightmares are made of.”

The original tweet has been liked 164,000 times and received over 690 comments.

This article originally appeared on news.com.au.

Khloe Kardashian’s mom Kris Jenner reveals story behind baby name True

Khloe Kardashian and beau Tristan Thompson revealed their baby girl’s unique name via social media Monday: True Thompson.

Khloe Kardashian gives birth to baby girl

Khloe Kardashian gave birth to a baby girl on Thursday, her first child with Tristan Thompson. The birth of the couple’s child comes as several reports emerged accusing Thompson of cheating on the reality star just days before she went into labor.

Khloe Kardashian and beau Tristan Thompson revealed their baby girl’s unique name via social media Monday: True Thompson. The name came as a surprise to fans online, but to the Kardashians it actually has a special meaning.

Khloe’s mom, Kris Jenner, explained in an Instagram post later that evening that the name True runs in the family.

“FUN FACT… my Grandfather’s name on my Dad’s side was True Otis Houghton….my Dad’s name was Robert True Houghton…so i am so excited Khloe named her daughter True!!!” Jenner wrote, sharing a photo of the dozens of pink balloons that filled what we can only assume is True’s new room.

Khloe, 33, shared a similar photo of a room adorned with pink toys, balloons and flowers hours earlier when she announced her little girl’s name. She also shared True’s measurements on her website, writing that she was born on April 12, weighing 6 lbs., 13 oz., and measuring 21 inches in length.

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As of Tuesday morning, nearly 5 million people have liked Khloe’s Instagram photo and thousands of people commented, congratulating the couple.

“FUN FACT… my Grandfather’s name on my Dad’s side was True Otis Houghton….my Dad’s name was Robert True Houghton.”

– Kris Jenner

“Such a blessing to welcome this angel into the family! Mommy and Daddy loooooove you True!” Khloe added.

“So happy for you Khloe,” one fan wrote.

“Such a cute name!” another posted.

“So excited for you!!! Congratulations on your little bundle of joy!!” an Instagram user added.

The name True sparked a debate on social media – with many using the word to comment on recent cheating accusations against Thompson, 27.

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Khloe has remained silent on the allegations after footage was published last week that appeared to show Thompson getting cozy with several other women. She went into labor just one day after the cheating reports surfaced.

Reports on Friday claimed Khloe had forgiven Thompson for his alleged infidelity.

“Khloé really wants to be able to forgive and trust Tristan again and have the life she hoped to have with him,” a source told PEOPLE on Monday. “She doesn’t know if she’ll be able to do that, but that’s the goal.”

Florida woman hit in face with puck at NHL playoff game

A Florida woman went to a playoff game to cheer on the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday, but unfortunately left the arena with more than she bargained for.
Sabrina Pattie was hit in the face by a puck at a Tampa Bay Lightning playoff game.

Sabrina Pattie was hit in the face by a puck at a Tampa Bay Lightning playoff game. (Courtesy: Sabrina Pattie)

A Florida woman went to a playoff game to cheer on the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday, but unfortunately left the arena with more than she bargained for.

Sabrina Pattie was seated in the first level at the Amalie Arena in Tampa just outside the protective netting when a puck flew into the seats and hit her in the face five minutes into the game, according to FOX13 News.

Photos show Pattie with a bruised forehead and left eye.

The Tampa-area teacher said she knew the risks involved when sitting outside the netting at the arena, but she told the station the team could have more safety barriers for fans.

“I would feel more safe and I’m sure many people would feel more safe if there were better protective measures, whether it be glass or nets,” she said.

The Lightning apologized for the incident, according to WFLA-TV.

“We are very sorry that Ms. Pattie was struck by a puck at our game on Saturday afternoon. The safety standards as they pertain to the spectator netting and minimum glass heights in all NHL buildings is set by the NHL and these standards are in place at Amalie Arena,” the team said in a statement.

The Lightning defeated the New Jersey Devils in the game, 5-2.

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Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @RyanGaydos.

Boston Marathon winner Desiree Linden first American woman to win since 1985

As she crossed the finish line, Desiree “Desi” Linden became the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon in more than three decades. Here’s what to know about the athlete.

As she crossed the finish line, Desiree “Desi” Linden became the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon in more than three decades.

Linden, 34, ran the more than 26 miles in the historic race Monday – through icy winds and rain – finishing with an unofficial time of 2 hours, 39 minutes and 53 seconds. She is the first American to win the women’s division since 1985.

Before she won the marathon, Linden garnered praise online for appearing to slow down to wait for fellow American Shalane Flanagan as she pulled off the course for a pit stop.

Here’s a look at three things to know about Linden.

She’s a two-time Olympian

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Desiree Linden finished in 7th place in the 2016 Olympic Games. (Reuters/Johannes Eisele)

She is a two-time Olympian, finishing in 7th place in the 2016 Games.

She did not finish in the 2012 Olympics because of a stress fracture that caused her to drop out, according to Sports Illustrated.

She won silver medals in the 2010 Chicago Marathon and 2011 Boston Marathon.

Ahead of her Boston Marathon win, Linden touted her “experience,” saying she thought she’s “run the most marathons” compared to other competitors. This year was her 6th time running the Boston Marathon.

She started a coffee company

Along with her husband and fellow runners Ben and Sarah True, Linden started a coffee company.

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Called Linden & True, the company is offering free coffee during the Boston Marathon before and after Monday’s event, according to its website.

She recently took a small marathon hiatus

Yuki Kawauchi of Japan and Desiree Linden of the U.S. celebrate with the trophy after winning the men's and women's divisions of the 122nd Boston Marathon in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., April 16, 2018. REUTERS/Brian Snyder - RC1ABB5616D0

Yuki Kawauchi of Japan and Desiree Linden of the U.S. celebrate with the trophy after winning the men’s and women’s divisions of the 122nd Boston Marathon. (Reuters/Brian Snyder)

The summer of 2017 wasn’t spent running, but instead reading, fishing and kayaking in Michigan, she told Runner’s World magazine. She said her husband and coach were both supportive of her needing the time and space away from the sport.

It was October 2017 when she began to run every day again, according to Runner’s World, even doing a cross-country race in Boston at the end of the month.

She also participated in some short distance runs, including the Manchester Road Race in Connecticut and the USA Track & Field 5K in New York City.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. Follow her on Twitter @K_Schallhorn.

Ex-Philadelphia Eagles player Daryl Worley charged after police tased, arrested him

NFL cornerback Daryl Worley is out of a job before he ever got a chance to suit up for the Super Bowl champs.
Daryl Worley was charged after he was arrested Sunday morning.

Daryl Worley was charged after he was arrested Sunday morning. (Philadelphia Police Department)

NFL cornerback Daryl Worley is out of a job before he ever got a chance to suit up for the Super Bowl champs.

Worley, recently traded to the Philadelphia Eagles, was charged with violation of the uniform firearms act, driving under the influence, disorderly conduct-fighting and related offenses Monday, a day after police used a Taser on him and arrested the football player after he allegedly became combative.

The football player was passed out in his car Sunday morning near the teams’ practice facility in South Philadelphia. He reportedly became combative and police deployed their Taser.

The report said Worley was “in possession of a gun” when police found him.

FILE - In this July 22, 2014, file photo, West Virginia cornerback Daryl Worley listens to a question during the Big 12 Conference NCAA college football media days in Dallas. The governing body for college sports, the NCAA, lets individual schools determine domestic violence punishments. In one example from college football this week, Worley faces an indefinite suspension after being arrested and accused of grabbing a woman around the neck and shoving her to the ground at a nightclub.(AP Photo/File)

Daryl Worley was tased and arrested after turning combative when police found him in his vehicle, a report said Sunday. (AP)

The Eagles released Worley following his arrest.

Worley recently joined the reigning Super Bowl champions when he was traded from the Carolina Panthers in exchange for wide receiver Torrey Smith. Worley started 25 games in his two seasons with the Panthers.

Worley played college football at West Virginia. In 2014, he pleaded no contest to misdemeanor assault and was given a six-month suspended sentence after getting into an altercation with a woman outside a nightclub. Worley claimed that he was defending his girlfriend.

“It was a simple situation where it was wrong place at the wrong time. There [was] nothing malicious about the incident,” Worley told reporters at the time.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News. Follow her on Twitter at @bykatherinelam

Hal Greer, Basketball Hall of Famer and Philadelphia 76ers legend, dead at 81

Basketball Hall of Famer Hal Greer has died, the NBA announced Monday. He was 81.
Philadelphia 76ers legend and Basketball Hall-of-Famer Hal Greer has died.

Philadelphia 76ers legend and Basketball Hall-of-Famer Hal Greer has died. (Reuters)

Basketball Hall of Famer Hal Greer has died, the NBA announced Monday. He was 81.

Greer played 15 seasons with the Philadelphia 76ers and Syracuse Nationals from 1958 to 1973. He was named an All-Star 10 consecutive times from 1961 to 1970 and won the game’s MVP in 1968 after he scored 21 points on 8-of-8 shooting, including 19 in one quarter.

Greer helped the 76ers win an NBA championship in 1967 – the franchise’s first since the team moved from Syracuse to Philadelphia prior to the start of the 1963-64 season.

The 76ers mourn the passing of Hal Greer, an NBA champion, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer and team legend » https://t.co/AowwLmxKwmpic.twitter.com/NW4ZkQveL7

— Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) April 16, 2018

The Huntington, W.Va. native is widely considered to be the third best guard of the 1960s behind Oscar Robertson and Jerry West, despite never making an All-NBA First Team selection.

Over the course of his career, Greer averaged 19.2 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists in 1,122 games. He is the 76ers’ all-time leader in points, field goals, field goals attempted, games and minutes played. He was also the first player to have his number retired by the organization.

Greer was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1982 alongside Slater Martin, Frank Ramsey, Willie Reed, Clarence Gaines and Ava Duer.

“In addition to his historic contributions on the court, Greer will forever be remembered as a true gentleman who used the tremendous platform of basketball to uplift and inspire others,” the 76ers said in a statement.

The organization plans to honor Greer ahead of Game 2 of its first-round matchup against the Miami Heat later Monday.

Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @RyanGaydos.

Keith Hernandez speeds from work to his Long Island home and police don’t blink an eye, he says

It appears New York Mets legend Keith Hernandez is still beloved across the state — especially by police officers patrolling the highways.
Keith Hernandez says he speeds home from Mets games to his Long Island home.

Keith Hernandez says he speeds home from Mets games to his Long Island home. (Reuters)

It appears New York Mets legend Keith Hernandez is still beloved across the state — especially by police officers patrolling the highways.

The former first baseman and current Mets broadcaster detailed Friday how much he is allowed to get away with after telling a local radio station he’s essentially permitted to speed home after work.

“To be quite honest with you, the Suffolk County police who patrol the Long Island LIE, they know my car and I’ve been known to go 80 all the way home, which means I get home in an hour and 10 minutes,” Hernandez said on WFAN’s “Boomer and Gio.”

The drive from Citi Field in Queens to Hernandez’s home in Sag Harbor, Long Island is about 90 miles and should take about two hours to drive, the New York Daily News noted.

But, of course, he’s Keith Hernandez.

The five-time all-star was acquired by the Mets in the summer of 1983 from the St. Louis Cardinals. He batted a lifetime .296 with a .384 on-base percentage, 160 home runs and 1,071 RBI.

The WFAN hosts tried to stop Hernandez from putting his foot too far in his mouth, but it’s unclear if Long Island cops will be quite so nice to Hernandez next time now that his secret’s out.

Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @RyanGaydos.

Youth baseball coaches allegedly talked of ‘beaning’ only girl player: report

The parent of the only girl player in a youth baseball league in New Hampshire said he found out that two coaches talked about beaning his 11-year-old daughter in hopes to intimidate the girl so that she would stop playing, Fosters.com reported.
Two coaches from a New Hampshire youth league allegedly talked about beaning the league's only 11-year-old girl to intimidate her.

Two coaches from a New Hampshire youth league allegedly talked about beaning the league’s only 11-year-old girl to intimidate her. (Reuters)

The father of the only girl player in a New Hampshire youth baseball league said he learned that two coaches talked about beaning his 11-year-old daughter in hopes to intimidate her so that she would stop playing, Fosters.com reported.

Dan Klein, the father, told the paper that he was alerted about the alleged conversation that took place during a draft meeting where players get assigned to a team. The coaches talked about drilling her in the head during practice, Klein said.

He said he found out about the threat from two coaches who were at the draft meeting where his daughter was selected last.

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Durham police said they are determining if an investigation is warranted. Oyster River Youth Association officials said the organization is also investigating.

Klein told the paper that his daughter played in the league since T-ball in 2012.

Klein said he did not reach out to police and is not necessarily looking for any penalties for the coaches in question.

“I hope that this sort of thing doesn’t happen again, and that kids will be protected from this sort of language and be safe,” he said.

Edmund DeMarche is a news editor for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @EDeMarche.

Philadelphia Eagles release CB Daryl Worley after scuffle with police, arrest

The Philadelphia Eagles released cornerback Daryl Worley hours after he was arrested by local police, the team announced Sunday.
Daryl Worley was tased and arrested after turning combative when police found him in his vehicle, a report said Sunday.

Daryl Worley was tased and arrested after turning combative when police found him in his vehicle, a report said Sunday. (AP)

The Philadelphia Eagles released cornerback Daryl Worley hours after he was arrested by local police, the team announced Sunday.

Roster Move: #Eagles have released CB Daryl Worley.

— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) April 15, 2018

According to Philly.com, Worley was found passed out in his car near the team’s practice facility in South Philadelphia. The report said Worley was “in possession of a gun” when police found him, and said officers used a Taser on the 23-year-old Worley when he became combative.

Worley’s arrest was first reported by the NFL Network.

The Eagles initially said they were “gathering more information” about the matter before later announcing that he was cut.

The defending Super Bowl champions acquired Worley from the Carolina Panthers last month in exchange for wide receiver Torrey Smith. Worley started 25 games in his two seasons with the Panthers.

A Philadelphia native, Worley played college football at West Virginia. In 2014, he pleaded no contest to misdemeanor assault and was given a six-month suspended sentence after getting into an altercation with a woman outside a nightclub. Worley claimed that he was defending his girlfriend.

“It was a simple situation where it was wrong place at the wrong time. There [was] nothing malicious about the incident,” Worley told reporters after the Panthers selected him in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft. “I did my due diligence as far as the court required me, and honestly, it is just behind me in the past. It is expunged from my record, and I am looking to move forward. Nothing like that is ever going to be a problem heading forward.”

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Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News. Follow her on Twitter at @bykatherinelam