Oscar nominations 2020: Academy Award nominees are announced | Daily Mail Online

Joker is the leading nominee for the 2020 Oscars having picked up 11 nominations in a year where only one black actor and no female directors were nominated.

The dark comic book tale Joker topped the Oscar nominations on Monday with Netflix’s The Irishman, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and World War I odyssey 1917 following close behind after each scoring 10. 

They were among the nine films nominated for best picture with the others including Parasite, Little Women, Marriage Story, Jojo Rabbit and Ford v Ferrari. 

Much of the focus so far this award season has been on the lack of women and ethnic minority filmmakers honored. 

Only one non-white actor, British star Cynthia Erivo, was nominated this year for her role as U.S. anti-slavery icon Harriet Tubman in Harriet.  

The best director category this year was also male dominated for the 87th time with Greta Gerwig missing out for Little Women.   

Issa Rae, who was announcing the Oscar nominees, had a dig at the Academy during the broadcast, saying ‘congratulations to those men’ after noticing Gerwig’s snub.     

Joker is the leading nominee for the Academy Awards having picked up 11 nominations, including best actor (Joaquin Phoenix)

Netflix’s The Irishman picked up a number of Oscar nominations including best picture, best director and two for support actor: Al Pacino and Joe Pesci

LEADING OSCAR NOMINATIONS 

Once Upon a Time In Hollywood: 10

Bombshell:

While Joker was expected to do well, the academy’s overwhelming support for a movie that was far from a critical favorite was unexpected. 

The much-debated supervillain origin story’s nominations included best actor for Joaquin Phoenix and best director for Todd Phillips, as well as adapted screenplay, film editing and sound editing. 

Scarlett Johansson picked up her first ever nominations in both the best actress category for Marriage Story and best supporting actress for Jojo Rabbit. That feat hasn’t occurred since Cate Blanchett was nominated for both categories back in 2007.   

Netflix picked up a whopping 24 nominations with the likes of The Irishman, Marriage Story, The Two Popes and documentary American Factory. 

Among the glaring snubs was Jennifer Lopez who failed to pick up her first nomination for her role in Hustlers. Awkwafina also missed out despite winning a Golden Globe for The Farewell.  

The nominees for best actress are: Cynthia Erivo in Harriet; Scarlett Johansson in Marriage Story; Saoirse Ronan in Little Women; Charlize Theron in Bombshell; and Renée Zellweger in Judy. 

The nominees for best actor are: Antonio Banderas in Pain and Glory; Leonardo DiCaprio in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood; Adam Driver in Marriage Story; Jonathan Pryce in The Two Popes; and Joaquin Phoenix in Joker. 

Noticeable absent from the best actor list was Taron Egerton who picked up the Golden Globe for playing Elton John in Rocketman. Christian Bale (Ford v. Ferrari), Robert DeNiro (The Irishman) and Eddie Murphy (Dolemite Is My Name) were also skipped over in the category. 

In the best supporting actor category, Brad Pitt for Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci for The Irishman, Tom Hanks for A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood and Anthony Hopkins for The Two Popes secured nominations. 

The nominees for best supporting actress are: Kathy Bates in Richard Jewell; Laura Dern in Marriage Story; Scarlett Johansson in Jojo Rabbit; Florence Pugh in Little Women; and Margot Robbie in Bombshell.  

Scarlett Johansson picked up her first ever nominations in both the best actress category for Marriage Story and best supporting actress for Jojo Rabbit (above)

Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood picked up nominations in the major categories including best picture, best director, best actor (Leonardo DiCaprio) and best supporting actor (Brad Pitt) 

The Oscars picked only one non-white actor – British star Cynthia Erivo, who plays U.S. anti-slavery icon Harriet Tubman in Harriet

Charlize Theron (left) and Margot Robbie (right) picked up nominations for best actress and best supporting actress for Bombshell

The best director nominees are: Bong Joon Ho for Parasite; Sam Mendes for 1917; Todd Phillips for Joker; Martin Scorsese for The Irishman; and Quentin Tarantino for Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood. 

American Factory, the first release from Barack and Michelle Obama’s production company, picked up a nomination in the documentary feature category. The ther nominees were The Cave, The Edge of Democracy, For Sama and Honeyland. 

Social satire Parasite became the first South Korean movie to be nominated in both the best picture and best international film categories. Director Bong Joon Ho also received a nod for best director. 

Disney blockbusters The Lion King and Frozen 2 were both omitted in the animated feature film category. Beyoncé also did not get noticed for her song Spirit on The Lion King soundtrack.

Lack of women and ethnic minority filmmakers honored 

Issa Rae, who was announcing the nominations, threw shade at Academy for the all-male directors category saying ‘congratulation to all those men’

Much of the focus so far this award season has been on the lack of women and ethnic minority filmmakers honored. 

Gerwig’s acclaimed Little Women adaptation was notably absent in several award nominations announcements despite being one of nine films nominated for the best picture Oscar. 

US star Issa Rae, who was announcing the nominations, threw shade at the all-male directors category.

‘Congratulations to those men,’ she said after announcing the nominees, including Martin Scorsese, Todd Phillips, Sam Mendes, Quentin Tarantino and Bong Joon Ho.

Later in the broadcast, Issa also made a dig at the Academy for only nominating Gerwig in the Best Adapted Screenplay category despite the critical acclaim she has received for her take on the Louisa May Alcott classic. 

‘They actually let Greta in there,’ she said.  

‘Unfortunately there are just five nominees’ for best director in an ‘incredibly strong year,’ one Academy voter who asked not to be named said, pointing to the revered track records of the likes of Scorsese, Tarantino and Mendes.

Controversy over those omissions, in an industry criticized for its lack of diversity, was fueled at last week’s BAFTA nominations, which were also condemned for overlooking ethnic minorities. 

The Oscars picked only one non-white actor – British star Cynthia Erivo, who plays U.S. anti-slavery icon Harriet Tubman in Harriet.

Notable snubs included Eddie Murphy for blaxploitation biopic Dolemite Is My Name, Jennifer Lopez for Hustlers, Awkwafina for The Farewell and Lupita Nyong’o for Us.

Last year, three of the four acting Oscars went to non-white performers. 

The nominees for best actress are: Cynthia Erivo in Harriet; Scarlett Johansson in Marriage Story; Saoirse Ronan in Little Women (left); Charlize Theron in Bombshell; and Renée Zellweger in Judy (right)

Both Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver were nominated for best actress and actor for the Netflix drama Marriage Story

South Korean class satire Parasite from Bong Joon-ho secured a spot in the best picture and best director slot

Jonathan Pryce in The Two Popes (right) picked up a nomination for best actor while Sam Mendes’s World War I odyssey 1917 (left) picked up 10 nominations

Netflix lands 24 Oscar nominations in quest for best picture trophy 

Streaming video service Netflix will have another chance to snatch the movie industry’s top prize from Hollywood’s traditional film studios after receiving 24 nominations. 

Two Netflix movies, Mafia epic The Irishman and divorce drama Marriage Story scored nominations for the coveted best picture trophy.

The Silicon Valley giant, which reinvented television, will battle for Oscar glory against century-old Hollywood studios, including Comcast Corp’s Universal Pictures, AT&T Inc’s Warner Bros. and Sony Corp’s Columbia Pictures.  

American Factory, the first release from Barack and Michelle Obama’s production company, picked up a nomination for documentary feature

The companies behind the movies are expected to spend millions to court Oscar voters in the coming weeks on TV commercials, digital ads and special events with A-list celebrities in New York and Los Angeles.

Winning best picture would burnish Netflix’s reputation in the film business and give it new bragging rights in the increasingly competitive fight for streaming video viewers. The company began releasing original movies in 2015 and has been trying to build a library of prestige films alongside its dozens of comedies, thrillers and action flicks.

But the digital video pioneer has irked theater owners by insisting that its films stream at the same time, or a few weeks after, they debut in theaters. Major theater chains have objected to the timing and refused to show Netflix films. The practice also forced members of the film academy to debate how to define a movie.

Last year, Netflix’s Roma competed for best picture but did not win. The streaming giant received a total of 15 nominations in 2019. 

During the recent Golden Globes, Netflix only secured one win: Laura Dern for best support actress in Marriage Story. 

Nominations for The Irishman, which tells the story of the disappearance of labor union leader Jimmy Hoffa, included best director for Martin Scorsese and supporting actor for Al Pacino and Joe Pesci.

Marriage Story stars Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver, who play a show-business couple navigating a divorce and custody battle, received lead acting nominations.

Among Netflix’s other nominations, Klaus and I Lost My Body were named in the best animated feature category.  

92nd Annual Academy Awards – the nominees in full

Cynthia Erivo – Harriet

Scarlett Johansson – Marriage Story

Saoirse Ronan – Little Women

Charlize Theron – Bombshell

Renée Zellweger – Judy

Antonio Banderas – Pain and Glory 

Leonardo DiCaprio – Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

Adam Driver – Marriage Story

Joaquin Phoenix – Joker

Jonathan Pryce – The Two Popes  

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS 

Kathy Bates – Richard Jewell

Laura Dern – Marriage Story

Scarlett Johansson – Jojo Rabbit

Margot Robbie – Bombshell

Tom Hanks – A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Anthony Hopkins – The Two Popes

Al Pacino – The Irishman

Joe Pesci – The Irishman

Brad Pitt – Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood

BEST DIRECTOR  

Bong Joon Ho – Parasite

Sam Mendes – 1917

Todd Phillips – Joker

Martin Scorsese – The Irishman

Quentin Tarantino – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood 

Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

The Irishman   

BEST SOUND EDITING

Ford V Ferrari – Donald Sylvester

Joker – Alan Robert Murray

1917 – Oliver Tarrney and Rachel Tate

One Upon as Time in Hollywood – Wylie Stateman

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker – Matthew Wood and David Acord

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE 

BEST ORIGINAL SONG 

I Can’t Let You Throw Yourself Away – Toy Story 4

I’m Gonna Love me Again – Rocketman

I’m Standing With You – Breakthrough

Into the Unknown – Frozen II

Stand Up – Harriet

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE 

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM 

In the Absence

Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You’re a Girl)

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS 

Avengers: Endgame

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY 

1917 – Sam Mendes & Krysty Wilson-Cairns

Knives Out – Rian Johnson

Marriage Story – Noah Baumbach

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – Quentin Tarantino

Parasite – Bong Joon Ho & Jin Won Han 

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY 

The Irishman – Steven Zaillian

Jojo Rabbit – Taika Waititi

Joker – Todd Phillips & Scott Silver

Little Women – Greta Gerwig

The Two Popes – Anthony McCarten

BEST INTERNATIONAL FEATURE 

Corpus Christi (Poland)

Honeyland (North Macedonia)

Les Miserables (France)

Pain and Glory (Spain)

Parasite (South Korea)     

Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

BEST FILM  EDITING 

Ford v Ferrari – Andrew Buckland & Michael McCusker

The Irishman – Thelma Schoonmaker

Jojo Rabbit – Tom Eagles

Joker – Jeff Groth

The Irishman – Rodrigo Prieto

Joker – Lawrence Sher

The Lighthouse – Jarin Blaschke

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – Robert Richardson          

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Meghan was ‘on a mission to bag THE prince’ and RULE world | Daily Mail Online

I had no doubt whatsoever that Harry would fall head-over-heels in love with Meghan the moment she confided in me that they’d become close enough to go on holiday together for the first time. That was 2016 and I myself had fallen under Meghan’s spell, as everyone did. I was drawn to her warm personality, her comforting nature and her ability to make you feel as if you truly were the only person in the world who mattered.

I understood straight away she would mesmerise that broken-hearted young boy we saw following his mother’s coffin, and I was almost as excited as she was about her conquest.

Here were all the ingredients for the romance of the century. For once, the cliches seemed a perfect fit: lovely working-class girl meets the ultimate Prince Charming.

Confidantes: Meghan and Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne, in the days when they shared secrets. The business adviser met the Suits star in 2014 when she was introduced by another client and the pair became fast friends

Yet when I heard on Wednesday that she and Harry were planning such a drastic move as stepping back from their duties as senior Royals, I was not completely surprised.

Because I know from first-hand experience that Meghan is a businesswoman first and foremost – and in purely commercial terms this is an excellent time for her to pick up where she left off, building her career as an actress and a public figure. And if that means dragging Harry out of the Royal Family and into her world – the ‘real world’ as she would feel – then so be it. Yes, her decisions to move forward in her life can seem abrupt, even ruthless, to those left behind. It’s happened several times before, including to me. It’s only the speed with which ‘Megxit’ has unfolded that’s taken me aback. I thought she’d stick with it for a few years before she cracked.

I first came across Meghan in 2014 when she was introduced by another of my clients. Back then, she was still acting in the US legal drama Suits and had recently launched her lifestyle website, The Tig. I could immediately tell she was special, that she had star quality.

She described the actress as ‘razor-sharp – creative and meticulous with a good business brain’. The pair shared secrets about their personal lives until Meghan mentioned how she wanted Harry to propose to her. Gina explained how she must cope with the enormous expectations of the British public, the Royal Family and their courtiers but was dismissed 

I became her commercial agent, helping her obtain endorsements and sponsorship deals with leading brands. She was razor-sharp – creative and meticulous, with a good business brain and an American entrepreneurial attitude towards life.

She certainly knew her own mind and was not afraid even then to voice her ‘woke’ opinions. I still recall her refusal to stay at a leading London hotel because, she discovered, it kept a parrot in a cage.

Meghan quickly became much more than a client. We fell into an easy friendship after only a few meetings. I had deep affection for her and was under the impression that she felt the same – she said as much. Believing that we could trust one another, we spoke openly to each other about our personal lives and she revealed much about her life and character. She valued my advice in both her professional and personal life and showed that she took real note of it.

I’m afraid, however, that I had real misgivings when I realised she wanted Harry to propose to her. I doubted whether Meghan would be able to sustain the unrelenting pressure of being Harry’s girlfriend, let alone – wonder of wonders – his wife. The moment she told me their relationship was looking serious, my enthusiasm turned to concern. For both of them.

It wasn’t just the media attention. I distinctly remember explaining as we sipped wine in London’s West End that she must cope with the enormous expectations of the British public, the Royal Family and their courtiers. Her reaction was to hold up her hand and silence me.

‘Save it,’ she said, in a steely manner I had not noticed before. ‘I don’t wanna hear it… this is a positive time in my life.’

At that moment I felt uncomfortable in her company for the first time. It wasn’t as if we hadn’t shared secrets before, but this time it was different.

Meghan has ‘a way of closing the door on the past’ when it is time to moving on in her life, according to the business adviser (pictured). She believed the ‘worldly-wise woman’ was on a mission to ‘bag THE Prince’ and found the her Tom Bradby interview, claiming she was ‘naive when friends warned her against the media’, was disingenuous 

I didn’t know it then, but it was the beginning of the end of our friendship and professional relationship. She is a very ambitious woman and, when it is time to move on in her life, Meghan has a way of closing the door on the past, as she did with her father, her siblings, her first husband and with me.

I believed then, as I do now, that she was no ingenue, but a worldly-wise woman on the mission of her life, the mission to bag not any old prince, but The Prince! That’s why I thought it was disingenuous, to put it mildly, when she told Tom Bradby during their ITV interview that she had been ‘naive when friends warned her against the dangers of the media’. Meghan was a proper, grown-up woman when she met Harry.

She has also said that, being American, she didn’t even know who Harry was.

That made me laugh out loud – I know when nonsense is nonsense, and this was demonstrable rubbish.

‘We’re going to change the world,’ she had gushed in my ear, her eyes sparkling with steely determination. I took her to mean that they were going to RULE the world.

I am certain it has been her influence on Harry that is taking him away from his family. I don’t mean to say he has no willpower of his own, but he put it well himself: ‘What Meghan wants, Meghan gets.’

The pair enjoy some R&R with cocktails on the beach. Meghan ‘never showed any interest in British life and traditions’ during their friendship. In the Wild West of the commercial world, there will be none of the careful protection Prince Harry is used to as a member the Royal household

As Meghan passed by me in their carriage on her wedding day at Windsor Castle, I felt it was the moment she’d been auditioning for her whole life. But I also felt an twinge of concern.

I dislike forecasting doom, but my feeling was that she’d find it impossible to deal with the formality of being a member of the Royal Family. She would find it difficult to conform and her Hollywood worldview would be seriously challenged by the low-key, often repetitively dull work involved.

She wanted all the glamour and glory of being a Windsor, but I don’t think she was ever truly up for taking on the daily grind that came with it.

I don’t think she really understands the Royal world of altruism, history, tradition and low-key patronage for no personal gain. She’ll see Royal life as staid and stuffy. She certainly never showed me any interest in British life and traditions. Even with that said, I don’t think she could have dragged Harry away from his family unless part of him wanted to make some kind of grand gesture. But from what I’ve seen of them together, I’m certain she played a large part in the current crisis.

The Deal or No Deal star (pictured during a photo shoot at The Fairmont Royal York Hotel in Toronto, 2016) took her commercial adviser to one side and emphasised that she had ‘legs as long as a mile’, demanding that the agency do their best to secure a substantial offer to showcase this ‘asset’

Reunited: Meghan honoured her bridal gown designer during the The Fashion Awards 2018, while Waight Keller thanked the royal personally in her speech at the star-studded awards ceremony at the historic venue in Kensington, London 

Everything she does is carefully curated and forensically planned. Harry has a choice – he can go along with her or she’ll sail on regardless.

In pure business terms, the decision to step down from Royal duties is correct, of course. I have no doubt that Meghan and Harry have the potential to earn money that would dwarf the allowances they received for being Royals. She knows what she is doing.

When we had to notify all of our clients in 2016 that Meghan was no longer able to accept commercial bookings, there was disappointment, especially as her profile was already substantially lifted due to her involvement with Harry. Now there will be unending demand for their time and interest, and the bulk will come from the States, where their contacts in Hollywood and politics – and their huge base of supporters – offer the best commercial potential.

Without a doubt, many of the biggest companies will want both Meghan and Harry as brand ambassadors: this is what Meghan and I worked on before she married Harry, and what Meghan was most keen on.

Before Harry arrived in her life, we worked on endorsement deals with Meghan for a number of big-name brands, including Swiss watches, body care ranges, lingerie, food, beauty products and so on. Meghan endorsed her own range of fashion for a Canadian company. Her ambition was to land a big contract with a cosmetic range, such as L’Oreal.

She took me to one side and emphasised that she had ‘legs as long as a mile’, demanding that our agency do our best to secure her a substantial offer to showcase this ‘asset’. Meghan is still relatively young, she is very beautiful, has a great natural flair and style and she is wise and has a strong character of her own. Her image is perfect for commercial endorsements and high-end fashion and lifestyle brands.

Meghan signing a guestbook at Canada House. The couple both appeared to be refreshed and in high spirits following their break

I doubt there would be a producer or casting director in the world who would not want her for a role in a movie, TV series, commercial or brand campaign.

Now she holds the title HRH The Duchess of Sussex she has a hallmark that no money can buy.

Even today, after three years of not working with her, we are bombarded with offers. She can name her price.

If all this is a dream come true for Meghan, Harry will have to be very careful if it is not to turn out to be a nightmare for him. In the Wild West of the commercial world, there will be none of the careful protection he is used to as a member the Royal household.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex released this statement announcing that they will be quitting as senior Royals 

Can Harry adapt to this new way of life, stepping away from everything he has known? The grass may seem to be greener on the other side, but that’s not always how it works out – as Meghan herself now knows.

Time is on his side. He will always be Prince Harry.

Meghan will be well aware, in contrast, that female celebrities have a limited shelf life and this might well be part of their decision to make such a seismic change.

The Royal couple hold their baby boy Archie during a photocall in St Georges Hall at Windsor Castle

What sort of money could they earn if they really did decide to exploit their full commercial potential? To put it crudely, they would command top dollar.

I know the market well. My agency, Kruger Cowne, represents clients for public speaking, hosting and publishing, but we also handle branding, television, music and much else. Many of our clients earn six- and seven-figure sums a year.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle watched Wheelchair Tennis at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada on 25 September 2017 – in what marked their first public appearance together

But Meghan and Harry could do that in a heartbeat, and go on to rival such internationally known figures as Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Beyoncé and the Obamas.

The saddest thing of all is that there is much to admire in Meghan, but I don’t think she has really paid attention to the human side of the Royal Family.

And the fact that Meghan still thinks she can revolutionise the Monarchy shows how little she understands the British way of life. The Royal Family has its own codes, its own magnificent history, and it’s going to take so much more than an actress from California to change that.

Meghan’s last email to me was to say that her life had changed and she could no longer pursue commercial work. She really wanted to remain friends, she said, adding that it was very important to her.

Alas, that was not to be: I’ve never heard from her directly again.

When, recently, I found myself in the same room as her, she pretended not to notice – stage-managing it so that Harry spoke to me instead.

Meghan has made a habit of ‘moving on’ to better things. And I doubt that will ever change.    

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Meghan ‘sparked row between Prince Harry and David Beckham’ | Daily Mail Online

Prince Harry confronted David Beckham over suspicions Victoria was leaking stories about her friendship with Meghan, a source has claimed.  

The Duke of Sussex dealt with the rumours ‘head on’ and contacted David directly, a source said.    

‘Harry was very polite, but obviously it was a pretty awkward exchange and David was mortified,’ they told The Sun.  

The Duke of Sussex (pictured with Meghan on their visit to Canada House this month) dealt with the rumours ‘head on’ and contacted David Beckham directly, a source said 

The friends agreed to put it behind them after the former footballer ‘put Harry right’, according to the source.    

‘Afterwards, they got things back on track, but it took a few months.’

It came after the duchess and Victoria bonded over hair and beauty tips ahead of Meghan’s move to London following the former actress’s engagement to Harry in 2017.   

It’s believed former Spice Girl Victoria befriended Meghan and gave her a list of ‘exclusive salons’ to visit, according to The Sun

Harry and David agreed to put it behind them after the former footballer ‘put Harry right’, according to the source. David and Victoria Beckham at St George’s Church at Windsor Castle for the wedding of Harry and Meghan in 2018

A Royal insider told the publication that the former Suits actress was ‘really pleased’ with her new found friendship and credited the fashion designer for helping her to settle into her new life in London.  

The source said the pair ‘hit it from the off’ and were in ‘regular contact’ in the early days of Meghan and Harry’s relationship. 

However the source added that not long after Victoria shared the beauty secrets, some of these emerged in print which made Meghan ‘furious’. 

It is believed Harry, 35, and David, 44, got back to their former friendship after dealing with the matter yet it took a few months. 

Prince Harry and David have long been good friends and worked together to secure the 2012 London Olympic Games. Pictured together in 2010 in South Africa

The former footballer and Prince Harry have long been good friends and worked together to secure the 2012 London Olympic Games and Harry asked David to be ambassador for the Invictus Games in 2018. 

The Beckhams were seen at Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding in May 2018 however the pair were absent from the exclusive ‘evening do’.  

Meghan previously admitted to being unable to wear Victoria Beckham dresses despite loving the designs, explaining that the silhouette didn’t suit her ‘short’ torso.

However at the royal family’s annual Christmas church service at Sandringham last year, the duchess was dressed head-to-toe in the designer.  

The pregnant duchess wore a navy wool-blend midi dress by the former Spice Girl, which neatly hugged her blossoming baby bump.

Speaking in the past interview, Meghan, who is 5ft 6ins, said she felt her waist wasn’t long enough to wear certain dresses.

Talking about how she chooses her outfits, she said at the time: ‘What I’m starting to learn is, even though things look amazing on the hanger, it doesn’t mean they’re going to look amazing on me.

‘For example I love Victoria Beckham dresses, but I don’t have the long torso to support that silhouette.’

MailOnline contacted David and Victoria Beckham’s representatives and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for comment. 

Meghan ‘sparked row between Prince Harry and David Beckham’

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