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The NAFTA talks just got even harder

CNN News Feed - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 17:59
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Netflix joins the exclusive $100 billion club

CNN News Feed - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 17:55
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Your Hotmail email address could land you bigger car insurance bills

Auto Express News Feed - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 17:46
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Admiral charges Hotmail users up to £31.36 extra for car insurance vs Gmail users as email addresses are used to decide premiums

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AEW acquires fully-let French logistics portfolio

Property Week News Feed - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 17:45
AEW has bought a 410,000 sq ft logistics portfolio in the Île-de-France region, near Paris, on behalf of a French institutional investor.
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'Serial Stowaway' Arrested for 10th Time After Sneaking Onto Another Flight

Travel and Leisure - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 17:33
<p>A woman nicknamed the “serial stowaway” was caught in London earlier this month after sneaking onto a <a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/airlines-airports/british-airways-zoned-group-boarding" target="_blank">British Airways</a> flight from Chicago. It marks at least <a href="http://www.foxnews.com/travel/2018/01/22/serial-stowaway-arrested-for-10th-time-after-slipping-past-airport-security-in-chicago-police-say.html" target="_blank">the 10th time</a> she’s been arrested for slipping past airport security.</p><p>Marilyn Jean Hartman has been known as the “serial stowaway” for years. Her record with sneaking onto airplanes dates back at least four years.</p><p>In 2014, San Francisco International Airport issued a restraining order against Hartman after she attempted to sneak onto four different flights to Hawaii. At the time, she told police that she was terminally ill and wanted to be someplace warm, <a href="http://khon2.com/2014/03/18/san-francisco-woman-keeps-trying-to-get-to-hawaii/" target="_blank">according to a local news channel</a>. Her statement was revealed to be untrue. Later that year, she boarded a Southwest flight from San Jose to Los Angeles. She was caught at LAX and <a href="https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2014/08/07/after-at-least-six-alleged-stowaway-attempts-62-year-old-woman-finally-succeeds/?tid=a_mcntx&amp;utm_term=.c3a7e66a5abb" target="_blank">sentenced to two years’ probation</a>.</p><p>Ever since, her record has been littered with similar incidents. In 2015, she boarded a flight from Minnesota to Florida without a ticket. She was jailed in Chicago for trying to sneak through security twice that same year. In 2016, she was sentenced to another two years of probation and six months in a mental health facility after she was caught trying to sneak on a flight.</p><p>And earlier this month, <a href="http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-met-serial-stowaway-ohare-to-london-flight-20180119-story.html" target="_blank">she showed up in London</a>. After sneaking through security on Jan. 14, Hartman spent the night in <a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/airlines-airports/ord-airport" target="_blank">Chicago O’Hare’s International Terminal</a>. She boarded a British Airways flight to London the following day. But upon landing in London, a Customs agent stopped Hartman. <a href="http://www.foxnews.com/travel/2018/01/22/serial-stowaway-arrested-for-10th-time-after-slipping-past-airport-security-in-chicago-police-say.html" target="_blank">She didn’t have a passport.</a> She was sent back to Chicago, where police were waiting for her arrival.</p><p>“During the initial investigation it was determined that the passenger was screened at the security checkpoint before boarding a flight,” the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said in a statement. “Upon learning of the incident, TSA and its aviation partners took immediate action to review security practices throughout the airport.”</p><p><a href="http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-met-serial-stowaway-ohare-to-london-flight-20180119-story.html" target="_blank">She now faces</a> a felony theft charge ($2,400 for the plane ticket) and a misdemeanor trespass charge. This is <a href="http://publicsearch1.chicagopolice.org/Arrests/History/17527097" target="_blank">her seventh arrest in Chicago</a>.</p><p>The 66-year-old woman refuses to divulge her secrets for sneaking past security — although <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/22/us/stowaway-ohare-plane.html" target="_blank">Chicago O’Hare video security shows Hartman</a> hiding her face with her hair and slipping past two TSA agents when they were distracted. In 2014, <a href="https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2014/08/07/after-at-least-six-alleged-stowaway-attempts-62-year-old-woman-finally-succeeds/?tid=a_mcntx&amp;utm_term=.c3a7e66a5abb" target="_blank">Hartman told reporters</a> “I don’t think it’s wise to say why I got through. I don’t want to help the enemy. I’m first and foremost an American.”</p><p>She’s been characterized as a homeless loner who drifted up and down the West Coast for 10 years, sleeping in women’s shelters and motels. In 2015, <a href="http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/The-woman-who-smuggled-herself-6342569.php?cmpid=email-tablet" target="_blank"><em>San Francisco Gate</em> published a lengthy profile</a> on Hartman, wherein she detailed a long conspiracy against herself that included everyone from TSA agents to President Barack Obama.</p><p>In 2016, a judge <a href="https://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/airplane-mode/serial-stowaway-marilyn-hartman-arrested-again-chicago-airport-n839521" target="_blank">ordered jail without bond</a> after she ran away multiple times from the Chicago mental health facility where she was undergoing treatment. <a href="http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-met-serial-stowaway-ohare-to-london-flight-20180119-story.html" target="_blank">She served 23 days in jail</a>.</p><p>Hartman had been living in an apartment complex for low-income seniors in a Chicago suburb before her most recent arrest. Because she poses neither a harm to herself or others, Hartman is not a candidate for mental health detention.</p><p><a href="http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-met-serial-stowaway-london-flight-court-20180120-story.html" target="_blank">In a hearing over the weekend</a>, Hartman was released on her own recognizance. The judge ordered her to undergo psychiatric treatment. She is banned from O’Hare and any British Airway aircraft. She must also wear an ankle tracking device until the conclusion of her case.</p>
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Entrepreneur: The Big 3 Tech Categories That Will Contribute the Most to Your Startup's Success in 2018

Business Now Mag - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 17:30
Embrace the future of technology by focusing first on Blockchain, artificial intelligence and communication platforms.
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk Won’t Get Paid Unless Milestones are Achieved

Motortrend News Feed - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 17:25

Tesla is preparing everything from a new Semi truck and electric pickup to the Model Y small SUV and second-gen Roadster that’s promised to hit 60 mph in under 2 seconds. Now, the company has announced a new plan to make sure its plans align with the interest of shareholders.

In a new CEO performance plan announced today, Tesla guarantees no salary or compensation of any kind for Elon Musk. Instead, Musk will get paid if he achieves certain milestones, which will include growing Tesla’s market cap to $650 billion in the next 10 years. Achieving this goal would make Tesla one of the most valuable companies in the world. Tesla says the new plan “ensures that he will be compensated only if Tesla and all of its shareholders do extraordinarily well.”

Just how well? To put it mildly, Tesla’s goals are incredibly ambitious. Musk will have 12 market cap milestones to complete in increments over the course of 10 years to fully vest in the CEO performance award consisting of stock options. The first one will require him to lead Tesla to a market cap increase of $100 billion, up from about $60 billion today. In each of the remaining milestones, Tesla’s market cap must grow $50 billion before reaching the final goal of $650 billion—a staggering valuation that would place the automaker ahead of Amazon and just behind other giants such as Apple, Microsoft, and Google parent company Alphabet. Failing to achieve any of the 12 milestones will result in no compensation. Musk will also be tasked with reaching milestones related to revenue and profitability.

If Musk somehow manages to achieve all the targets, he will receive up to $78 billion in compensation, reports Reuters. But if Tesla’s value hits $650 billion—an increase of roughly $600 billion from today’s market cap—the 20-percent stake he owns in Tesla would be worth $130 billion.

The plan also ensures that Musk stays on to lead Tesla for the long haul. To earn compensation for each of the milestones, Musk must serve as Tesla’s CEO or as both executive chairman and chief product officer. Tesla says there is no intention for Musk to leave his post as CEO, although the plan allows for this option as long as he continues to direct Tesla’s management.

Tesla modeled the new plan on the CEO performance award it created in 2012. That plan resulted in a 17-fold increase in Tesla’s market cap within five years, Tesla points out, claiming that milestones in the new award align even more directly with shareholder value creation than those in the old plan. In the old plan, Musk achieved nine of the 10 operational milestones.

The new 10-year CEO performance award is subject to approval of Tesla shareholders, who will vote in late March. Meanwhile, Tesla is coming off its best quarter for combined Model S and Model X deliveries. Despite some significant bottlenecks in Model 3 production, Tesla was able to increase the model’s production rate dramatically toward the end of the last quarter of 2017. Can it catch up on deliveries, let alone increase its value by a factor of more than 10? Only time will tell.

Source: Tesla, Reuters

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Are Tourists Really Canceling Their Trips to the U.S. Because of Trump? (Video)

Travel and Leisure - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 17:18
<p>The United Nations World Tourism Organization <a href="http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/news/spain-to-overtake-us-in-tourism-rankings/" target="_blank">announced last week</a> that Spain overtook the United States as the second-most visited destination in the world (France remains number one) in 2017.</p><p>The U.S. welcomed 72.9 million foreign visitors last year — down about four percent from the previous year’s 75.9 million.</p><p>Some have <a href="http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/trump-slump-us-tourists-travel-numbers-fall-america-president-a7999216.html" target="_blank">dubbed the decline in foreign tourism the “Trump Slump,”</a> citing the administration’s January 2017 ban against travelers from seven predominantly-Muslim countries. But the number actually began decreasing back in 2016. (A record was set in 2015 when the United States <a href="https://skift.com/2017/02/28/international-visitor-spending-in-the-u-s-squeezed-through-a-record-in-2016/" target="_blank">welcomed 77.5 million foreign visitors</a>.)</p><p>Chris Thompson, the president and CEO of Brand USA, the destination marketing organization for the United States, believes there are other, more complicated contributions to the decline in tourism.</p><p>“Tourism has a special ability to transcend politics,” Thompson told <em>Travel + Leisure</em>. “The United States continue to be an aspirational destination. What happens in Washington has an effect but so do many more things.”</p><p>Thompson cited the strong American dollar, unprecedented growth rates, and increased competition as three significant causes of the drop.</p><p>When it becomes more expensive to visit a country, fewer tourists arrive. The strength of the U.S. dollar has been growing since 2011, <a href="https://tradingeconomics.com/united-states/currency" target="_blank">with spectacular growth in 2014</a>. A strong dollar means less tourists — particularly from <a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/destination-of-the-year/canada" target="_blank">Canada</a> — are enticed to visit.</p><p>Additionally, the early ‘10s saw double-digit growth in visitation from foreign markets like China. That trend of unprecedented growth was unable to sustain itself — however that doesn’t mean visitation has stagnated. Last year, the U.S. still welcomed more Chinese visitors than the year before, Thompson said.</p><p>And, as airlines continue to open new markets and routes, other, lesser-visited destinations enter the market and create competition.</p><p>Last week, 10 associations — including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Restaurant Association — launched the “<a href="https://www.visituscoalition.com/" target="_blank">Visit U.S. Coalition</a>.” The coalition hopes to rekindle foreign tourist interest in the United States.</p><p>“Travel and tourism is our country’s second largest export and we can’t afford to lose ground to other countries,” the president and CEO of American Hotel &amp; Lodging Association (AHLA), Katherine Lugar, said in a statement. “Fewer visitors means fewer hotel stays, fewer meals eaten in our restaurants, fewer goods purchased in our retail stores, and fewer visits to our national attractions. It also means fewer American jobs and a loss to our economy.”</p><p>Since 2015, the U.S. has lost 4 million visitors, the Visit U.S. Coalitions says, which adds up to a loss of $32.2 billion in additional spending and 100,000 new jobs. The coalition hopes to “partner with President Trump and Congress to increase travel spending by international visitors and achieve the administration’s goal of a 3 percent increase in GDP.”</p><p>While the Trump Administration’s main goal may be to increase GDP and create jobs, it’s impossible to do so without recognizing that foreign perception has a direct effect on domestic well-being.</p><p>The <a href="http://www.pewglobal.org/2017/06/26/u-s-image-suffers-as-publics-around-world-question-trumps-leadership/" target="_blank">Pew Research Center found</a> that unfavorable views of the U.S. in 37 countries increased 13 percent in the six months that Trump was in office. <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/19/travel/tourism-united-states-international-decline.html" target="_blank">In response to a <em>New York Times </em>post</a>, Europeans “overwhelmingly cited the Trump administration and its policies as reasons for avoiding or canceling trips to the United States,” according to the paper.</p><p>While the Trump presidency may not have single-handedly caused the tourism slump, its effect cannot be completely discounted.</p>
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PSA Group picks Atlanta for North American HQ

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The Best Street Style from Couture Fashion Week Spring 2018

Elles Fashion News Feed - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 17:13

Photographer Tyler Joe captures all the best looks spotted off the runway.

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Coach Made the Coolest Minnie Mouse Collection With Disney

Elles Fashion News Feed - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 17:10

Your childhood fave gone designer.

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'Wait and see' before using 529s for private school tuition

CNN News Feed - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 17:08
Families in some states may want to wait before using money saved in 529 plans for private school expenses.
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Overhaulin’, Fast N’ Loud, and More Land on Motor Trend on Demand

Motortrend News Feed - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 17:00

In case an already extensive library of original automotive content wasn’t enough, Motor Trend on Demand has just added over 250 episodes of popular Discovery and Velocity shows including “Fast N’ Loud,” “Street Outlaws,” and “Wheeler Dealers.” Below is a quick look at the shows you can stream starting today with your Motor Trend on Demand subscription. If you’re not a subscriber yet, check out the FREE 14-day trial.

Fast N’ Loud – Seasons 1-12
Hosts Richard Rawlings and Aaron Kaufman of Gas Monkey Garage search for derelict classic cars that may look like rust buckets at the outset, but to this crew they’re gold… once they’re brought back to life, of course.

Overhaulin’ – Seasons 6-9
Can a group of custom car builders working with lightning speed on a limited budget turn a guy’s clunker into a hot car without him knowing it? With cooperation from friends and family, the “Overhaulin’” crew swipes cars from unsuspecting owners and gives them a complete, high-speed makeover.

Street Outlaws – Seasons 1-9
Street Outlaws explores the world of the illegal street racing scene in Oklahoma City, which boasts of having “America’s fastest street cars.” These unruly racers endanger their lives, spend a small fortune, and risk going to jail—all to move up the top ten list.

Street Outlaws: New Orleans – Seasons 1-2
With the success of Street Outlaws OKC, Kye Kelly has risen to fame as the fastest Outlaw in the country… though some would say otherwise. In fact, Scott Taylor, Shannon Poole, and Shane Lester—all with the help of seriously deep pockets—feel they should be at No. 1 on the list and set out to dethrone him.

Wheeler Dealers – Seasons 10-16
Join host Mike Brewer on his quest to restore automobiles back into mint condition and later sell them for a profit, all while teaching viewers how to do everything from major overhauls to tricky detailing jobs along the way. In seasons 10-13, Brewer is joined by Edd China, while in seasons 14-16 he teams up with Ant Anstead.

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AO Tennis Review

Gamespot News Feed - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 17:00

Without a major new tennis game since the last console generation, there is a lot riding on AO Tennis, an officially licensed game themed around the Australian tournament of the same name. Unfortunately, the final product feels half-baked and rushed, because AO Tennis is a game brought down by a frustrating lack of polish and poor presentation.

The game's controls and subpar shotmaking mechanics leave much to be desired, especially for a title that shares its name with such a prestigious tournament. In addition to the typical face-button setup for the various types of shots that can be played (such as slices and spins), AO Tennis adds an option where players can use the right joystick to serve and play shots. While a good idea in theory, the result is far too simplistic and feels clunky. The game automatically selects one type of shot for you every time with this method, which, although suitable for newcomers, will make you want to revert to the face buttons anyway due to its lack of depth.

Even with such basic shotmaking controls, AO Tennis does a poor job implementing them. The game aims for a tried-and-true system of holding an appropriate shot button in order to increase power before letting the shot fly. But the system is inconsistent, and far too often you will miss, use the wrong shot, use too much power for no discernable reason, or simply not react to the oncoming ball at all. And that's if you've managed to arrive at the shot in the first place.

Movement in AO Tennis is unresponsive and clumsy. Sprinting from side to side to chase down shots feels like an impossibly vain attempt every time, and to make things even more futile, there's no diving mechanic either. There are also random occasions where you might find yourself automatically pulled towards the ball, regardless of what buttons you may or may not be pushing. This troublesome movement system makes AO Tennis a frustrating game of wild guessing; it's a gamble between actual responsiveness, or losing a rally because your player does nothing at all.

Should you anticipate correctly and time a shot properly, don't expect it to land where you want it to either. Each shot type is wildly unpredictable in regards to where it will land and how much power is behind it, regardless of how perfectly you timed the power gauge. This throws normal tennis strategies out the window in favour of unrealistic ways to win points, such as hitting drop shots off 200km/h serves. Past the novelty factor of hitting error-free drop shots at will, the rallies in AO Tennis are simply jarring and unsatisfying to play.

All the aforementioned mechanical problems are amplified even further in AO Tennis' lackluster doubles mode. The expanded court margins and the near-lifelessness of players on screen exasperates the game's shotmaking problems and render doubles to a barely playable feature.

Each match is also noticeably lacking in atmosphere and gloss, which can be attributed to AO Tennis' bare-bones presentation. There are no commentaries, no crowd interactions, no entrance music, no pre-match greetings or handshakes, no post-match congratulations, and no trophy presentations, even if you've won the whole Australian Open tournament. The venues themselves are also rendered in a mediocre fashion; there is practically no detail to the different kinds of court surfaces, and you wouldn't know the difference between Rod Laver Arena or Wimbledon's famous Centre Court if it weren't for the change in colour scheme.

There are also some glaring omissions and extremely odd decisions that feel like straight-up mistakes at best and corner-cutting at worst. There are no in-game tutorials to properly explain how everything works; Rafael Nadal's distinctive on-court grunts are weirdly reused for random computer opponents; every single player (including iconic, real-life pros) has almost the exact same shotmaking motions; and the in-game referees occasionally get line calls incorrect, such as calling "let" in the middle of a rally.

Unfortunately, AO Tennis' poor presentation extends beyond the match court. There are a number of game modes available from the onset, but each one is sorely lacking in polish or even mildly interesting features. Career mode allows you to create your own player and take them on a journey from rookie to Grand Slam champion. But aside from playing tournaments and earning money in order to improve your player's skills, there is absolutely nothing to do besides match play. There are no training mini-games, practice courts, or even a rudimentary simulation of a tennis career off the court, such as press conferences or building up an entourage of coaches and physiotherapists. There is a special Australian Open tournament mode, but it's as bland as the matches in Career mode. You simply slog through the 128 male or female player draw and then do it all over again once the finals are played.

Should you not want to create your own character, AO Tennis has a roster of real-life pros for you to choose. A total of 18 pro players are currently available to play, including Rafael Nadal, Angelique Kerber, and a contingent of Australian players such as Sam Stosur and Ash Barty. But the lack of more recognisable superstars such as Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, or Serena Williams does diminish the star wattage of AO Tennis a bit, especially for casual players.

AO Tennis' custom player creation tool does have enough features to let you create other real-life pros, and these creations can be shared online with other players. Having said that, the number of available individual options are quite limited, so crafting some of tennis' most unique looks (such as a long-haired Andre Agassi) won't be possible.

But the small roster of licensed pros available are given an unfortunate spotlight in AO Tennis because of terrible visuals and facial animations. Each real-life pro looks wooden, and they barely meet the standard set by the Top Spin and Virtua Tennis franchises years ago.

The developer, Big Ant Studios, has promised to continually improve AO Tennis throughout the year, promising an ambitious slate of content that includes new players, events, and game modes. But with its poor presentation, lack of content, and frustrating controls, AO Tennis in its current state is subpar at best, and requires much more refinement to even meet the standard of last generation's tennis titles. Rather than a Roger Federer-esque ace, AO Tennis is more akin to a double fault whose shots don't even make the net.

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The NFL rejected a Super Bowl program ad from a veterans group

CNN News Feed - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 16:47
The NFL rejected an ad from a veterans group that wanted to publish in its Super Bowl program.
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Xbox One's Supercharged Game Pass Should Start Worrying Sony And Nintendo

Forbes News Feed - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 16:28
Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass is getting so good that it should start worrying Sony and Nintendo.
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Isaiah Haastrup: 'God should decide' when baby dies

BBC Health News Feed - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 16:22
The mother of an 11-month-old on life support tells a court doctors should not decide when he dies.
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The Royal Family Just Announced Another 2018 Wedding — at Harry and Meghan's Venue

Travel and Leisure - Tue, 01/23/2018 - 16:13
<p>The Royal family (and the world) has yet another reason to celebrate.</p><p>Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, famously known as “Fergie” to the press, has announced that her daughter, Princess Eugenie, is engaged to her long-time boyfriend, Jack Brooksbank.</p><img alt="Britain's Princess Eugenie of York poses with her fiance Jack Brooksbank "src="http://cdn-image.travelandleisure.com/sites/default/files/styles/1600x1000/public/1516635114/Princess-Eugenie-engagement-2-OTHERRYLWED0118.jpg?itok=f5NY7gfR"><p>The Duchess tweeted the good news with “total joy,” posting several photos of the happy couple.</p><p>Princess Eugenie is the daughter of Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth II’s third child, and cousin to Prince William and Prince Harry. Brooksbank, according to the <em><a href="http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5297137/Princess-Eugenie-engaged-Jack-Brooksbank.html" target="_blank">Daily Mail</a></em>, is a former bartender and wine merchant.</p><p><strong>Related: </strong><a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/travel-news/prince-harry-meghan-markle-engagement-photos" target="_blank">Prince Harry And Meghan Markle’s Official Engagement Photos Are Absolutely Stunning</a></p><p>Brooksbank popped the question earlier in January while the couple were in <a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/hotels-resorts/nekupe-nicaragua-resorts-and-tourism" target="_blank">Nicaragua</a>. Princess Eugenie’s ring, seen in the couple’s official engagement photos released on Monday morning, is a distinctly pink padparadscha sapphire, surrounded by diamonds. As the <em>Daily Mail </em>pointed out, the ring looks like an homage to her mother’s engagement ring, which has a ruby in the center.</p><p>Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank intend to exchange their vows in the fall, though their exact date has yet to be announced. And, following in the footsteps of her cousins, they have chosen <a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/travel-tips/celebrity-travel/prince-harry-meghan-markle-wedding-date-location" target="_blank">St George’s Chapel</a> in Windsor for their venue (the same as <a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/prince-harry-meghan-markle-wedding" target="_blank">Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding</a> upcoming in May).</p><p>The Duke of York, Prince Andrew, said in a statement from Buckingham Palace: “Jack is an absolutely outstanding young man and Eugenie and he have got to know each other over a number of years, and I'm really thrilled for them.”</p>
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