"When Is the Real Prince Coming?" Harry Has Best Reaction When Boy Doesn't Believe He's a Royal. Will the real Prince Harry please stand up? As the royal met children on the playground of St. Vincent's Catholic Primary School in Acton on Wednesday, the excited students chanted his name. One, however, was not sure he was a real prince. Teaching assistant Philomena Frattura said: "One of them tapped him and said, 'When is Prince Harry coming?' "He said, 'But I'm Prince Harry.' "The student then said, 'When is the real Prince Harry coming?' "Harry replied, 'I'm the real Harry. I've just had my hair cut for the occasion.'" The puzzled boy, Emmanuel Osei, 4, was eventually persuaded that it was the real Harry. And he was rewarded with a high-five from the spring. Learning mentor Diane Redmond said: "They think a prince should have a crown." This isn't the first time that Prince Harry, who is expecting his first child next month with wife Meghan Markle has had a run-in with a non-believer. In 2016, he told PEOPLE in an exclusive interview that children often don't believe he is a real-life prince because he doesn't always look the part. "Every time I get to meet kids and they have been told a real-life prince is coming, the disappointment on their faces when they see me without a crown or a cape" he said with a smile. Harry, who was getting ready to travel to Orlando, Florida, at the time for the Invictus Games, said: "I'm worried because the American kids, especially next to Disney World, are going to be thinking, 'You ain't no prince, you ain't dressed like a prince, you're having a laugh!' "So I am going to pack a crown and a cape this time and some funny pointy-toed shoes. I'm going to sign the crown out!" (People)

Forever 21 releases Selena Quintanilla-inspired clothing collection. The legend of Selena Quintanilla lives on. Fast fashion retailer Forever 21 released a capsule collection on Thursday in honor of the late singer for a whole new generation of fans. The company created their "Selena The White Rose" line in conjunction with the 22nd anniversary of "Selena," the 1997 biopic which memorably starred Jennifer Lopez as the musical icon. The 23-piece range, which incorporate famous images of Selena alongside her various quotes and lyrics, includes graphic tees, hoodies, biker shorts and accessories retailing from $7 to $40. The size-inclusive collection features both men's and women's designs and is available both online and in stores nationwide. The 23-year-old singer, referred to as the Queen of Tejano music, made such an enormous impact on the worlds of music and fashion during her brief life that she's often considered to be one of the most important Mexican-American entertainers of the late 20th century. Even after Selena's murder in 1995, her posthumous collection with MAC went on to become one of the best-selling celebrity collaborations in cosmetics history. (PageSix)

Cher lost her favorite T-shirt. If only Cher could turn back time to reclaim her favorite T-shirt. The music icon, 72, alerted fans to her momentous loss on Twitter on Wednesday, tweeting, "My T-Shirt Is Gone" along with crying face and broken heart emojis. Added Cher in a second tweet: "I'm Asking St Anthony To Get Involved, He Finds Everything." Fans were quick to commiserate with the pop star. "Plz say it isn't this one," one follower tweeted alongside images of her wearing the same black studded skull top emblazoned with the phrase "eat the rich" in 1985, 2002 and 2016. "YES IT IS," the "Believe" singer replied, elaborating in a tweet to another fan, "Black studded Rhinestone Shirt with white pirate. Worn it for 30-40 yrs. My favorite piece of clothing." Let's hope St. Anthony comes through and it turns out Cher's top is just stuck somewhere behind one of those Bob Mackie originals. (PageSix)

Heidi Klum Poses Topless in Steamy Photos From Hong Kong Trip. Heidi Klum isn't afraid to show a little skin. The 45-year-old supermodel took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a few photos from her trip to Hong Kong with fiance Tom Kaulitz. One of the photos showed a topless Klum looking at the skyline while wearing nothing more than her black underwear. She also posted a few photos of her smiling beside her shirtless fiance. "JET LAG," she captioned the snapshots. In addition, she shared a photo of her reflection in the window and wrote, "Good morning Hong Kong. I [heart] you." It looks like Klum and Kaulitz have really been taking in the sights during their stay. The former America's Got Talent judge posted a few pictures of the couple enjoying a scenic boat ride and enjoying a sweet cuddle session. In addition, she shared a picture of herself wandering the streets and taking in city views. Klum and the Tokio Hotel guitarist certainly aren't afraid to show a little PDA. Back in December, she shared a photo of the duo snuggling in bed. The 29-year-old musician proposed to the former Project Runway host that same month -- about seven months after they made their red carpet debut as a couple at amfAR Gala Cannes. While Klum has remained tight lipped on the wedding planning process, she revealed her kids will play a part in their big day. "The kids adore Tom. They can't wait for the wedding!" she told UK's Closer magazine. "They'll be very involved in it all." (Eonline)

Elizabeth Holmes is being outed as a fraud of epic proportions in the business world, but there's nothing deceitful about her curiously low voice ... so says her family. Elizabeth, the disgraced Silicon Valley hotshot, is the subject of a new HBO documentary chronicling the meteoric rise and spectacular fall of her company, Theranos ... all the result of Elizabeth falsely claiming she discovered a way to revolutionize blood testing. Elizabeth wowed world titans like Bill Clinton, George Schultz and Henry Kissinger, partly with her intoxicating pipes. But a Stanford professor featured on the doc and others say even Elizabeth's voice was BS ... they say she faked it. Viewers of the doc made "voice" the buzzword for fraud. Her family, however, is calling BS on the doubters. Elizabeth's family members tell us her voice is naturally low. We're told most people in the fam have low voices, including her grandmother, and Elizabeth will occasionally change her pitch to a higher octave -- especially when she gets excited or passionate. As for Elizabeth's fraudulent business practice ... her family tells us they're standing behind her and remaining supportive. Her company went from being valued at more than $9 billion to below zero. She's also been indicted for allegedly defrauding investors out of hundreds of millions of dollars and deceiving hundreds of patients and doctors with the bogus blood test. She's pled not guilty. By the way, there's a new movie about Elizabeth called "Bad Blood." She's being played by Jennifer Lawrence ... and that's on the nose. (TMZ)

Kylie Jenner and Jordyn Woods still aren't talking, and at this point ... Kylie's given up on making up and is moving on. Sources close to Kylie tell TMZ ... the former BFFs haven't made any progress in mending their fractured relationship over the past few weeks, and have been mostly incommunicado since Jordyn's appearance on "Red Table Talk." We're told Woods' interview with Jada Pinkett Smith -- in which she denied actually cheating with Tristan Thompson -- had the opposite effect of winning Kylie back. Instead, Kylie was more steadfast than ever that Jordyn wronged Khloe ... and their friendship would never be the same. Our sources say Jordyn's stuff is still at Kylie's guest house ... but Kylie's ready for her to come pick it up soon so they can officially go their separate ways. Kylie's still open to being amicable with Jordyn in the future, we're told ... but their bestie days are a thing of the past. (TMZ)

Orlando Bloom selling $9M bachelor pad after Katy Perry engagement. Just about a month after he got engaged -- in a helicopter on Valentine's Day -- to pop music cynosure Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom has not too surprisingly put his ultra-modern Beverly Hills, Calif., bachelor pad up for sale at $8.999 million. The "Lord of the Rings" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise hunk, who has maintained a fairly low professional profile the last couple of years but will co-star opposite Cara Delevingne in Amazon Video's upcoming neo-noir fantasy web series "Carnival Row," purchased the minimalist residence in the trendy and super-spendy Trousdale Estates area not quite two years ago for $7 million. The seller was renown Mexican architect Miguel Angel Aragones, who acquired the property in 2011 for not quite $3.25 million and transformed the original and then perfectly ordinary, 1950s ranch-style residence into a luxuriously minimalist extravaganza reminiscent of a chic Miami Beach boutique hotel with four bedrooms and four bathrooms in just over 4,000 square feet. A secured courtyard entry leads to the front door that rather unconventionally slides open to a wood-floored and glass-walled combination foyer and living room furnished with little more than a huge sunken sitting area lined with deep-cushioned sofas. The adjoining dining space is open over a raised snack bar to a not especially spacious but smartly arranged and expertly tailored kitchen with stainless steel countertops on glossy, laminated white cabinetry. The kitchen is also open to an informal dining area and family room with a wall of glass that leads to the swimming pool. Two of the three guest bedrooms are en suite and large enough to float a built-in bed and desk in the center of the room while the master suite, which opens to a lounging and dining deck with tree-framed skyline views, has extensive, custom-fitted closets and a bathroom where a daring, floor-to-ceiling glass slider in the shower/bathing area glides open to a petite private patio. The dramatically lighted, courtyard-sized backyard was completely redone during Bloom's brief ownership and the overhaul included the installation of a snazzy zero-edge swimming pool and spa surrounded by Ipe decking and the addition of an open fire pit on a white stucco shelf between long, built-in wooden benches. Perry and Bloom, who met over an In-N-Out burger at a Golden Globes party in early 2016, may or may not purchase a new home together because Perry certainly has plenty of places in Los Angeles they can hole up in affianced and, later, marital bliss. Last month, after about 1.5 years on and off the market, she sold two side-by-side homes at the top of Runyon Canyon for $12.704 million to octogenarian restaurateur Mr. Chow and his new, substantially younger new wife. However, the property-mad "American Idol" judge still owns two multi-million dollar homes in the same famously celebrity-packed Beverly Hills enclave and she's been in a years-long battle to acquire the eight-acre, multi-structure Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary convent in Los Feliz she hopes to convert to a sprawling family compound. (PageSix)

Who likes watching mediocre college basketball?? Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan!!!! Judge Kagan was front and center at McDonough Arena at Georgetown University on Wednesday to watch her alma mater Harvard take on the Hoyas in the NIT basketball tournament. Kagan's Crimson were the underdogs going into the game with a #6 seed -- facing a #3 seed in Georgetown, which also happens to feature college basketball star Mac McClung. Oh, and the head coach at Georgetown is NBA legend Patrick Ewing. G.U. was a 6.5-point favorite going into the game. So, why would Kagan choose a game where her team was facing almost certain destruction? Because Harvard WON -- shocking the world to overcome the Hoyas in a 71-68 victory!! Maybe it was Kagan's Crimson blazer that inspired the team! Harvard now moves on to face North Carolina State in the next round of the NIT tournament on Sunday in Raleigh. The problem for Harvard now ... NC State is really good and JUST missed out on making the NCAA tournament, which people actually care about. Good luck!! (TMZ)

A 16-year-old female Korean figure skater is calling for an investigation -- claiming her 22-year-old American rival intentionally SLASHED her with her skate during warm-ups at a major event. Reps for Lim Eun-soo claim the 16-year-old was at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships in Japan on Wednesday ... when Mariah Bell came crashing into her from behind, leading with her skate. Eun-soo's agent described the incident this way to Agence France-Presse: "Lim was slowly skating on the edge of the rink after completing her turn. Mariah Bell, who was scheduled to rehearse after Lim, suddenly kicked and stabbed Lim's calf with her skate blades." "Mariah Bell didn't apologize to Lim Eun-soo after the incident and instead continued to rehearse for her routine." Eun-soo reportedly suffered a gash on her calf which required medical attention. She was able to treat the wound and still compete ... ultimately finishing in 5th place, one spot AHEAD of Bell. Lim Eun-soo's agent told the French media they have already gone to the Korea Skating Union and asked for a formal investigation. Eun-soo's agent also says the two skaters have been training in Los Angeles together -- and they claim Bell has been "bullying" their client for months. So far, no comment from Bell. UPDATE: The International Skating Union says it has investigated the allegations ... and found "no evidence" Mariah Bell intentionally attacked Lim Eun-soo. "The incident was verbally reported to the ISU by the Korean Team Leader however no formal complaint has been received," The ISU said in a statement. "Based on the evidence at hand at this point in time, which includes a video, there is no evidence that Ms. Bell intended any harm to Ms. Lim." "The ISU met with delegates from both USA and Korea and urged both parties to find an amicable solution. The ISU maintains that this remains the appropriate approach." (TMZ)

An art exhibit featuring Michael Jackson right now is controversial enough, but when the King of Pop is depicted as a real king, a holy figure and gets mixed up with Jesus ... things get extra dicey. Jackson is the focus of an art show at the Bundeskunsthalle museum in Bonn, Germany called "Michael Jackson: On the Wall" ... and the timing couldn't be more curious in the wake of "Leaving Neverland" and the #MuteMichael movement. The artwork's provocative as hell, too -- literally -- with one piece by David LaChapelle called "American Jesus: Archangel Michael Jackson" showing MJ with angel wings standing on the devil. Another one of the artist's 'American Jesus' pieces -- titled 'Hold Me, Carry Me Boldly' -- portrays Jackson being held by Jesus. It's akin to Michelangelo's Piet sculpture, which portrays the crucified Jesus being cradled by his mother Mary. There's also a piece by artist Kehinde Wiley swapping out the face of Spain's King Philip II for Michael's. You get the picture. As you know ... Jackson's characterized as the opposite of a Christlike figure in the HBO documentary, which includes disturbing allegations from 2 of his accusers, Wade Robson and James Safechuck. The impact of the doc has been wide-reaching, with many folks calling for an all-out Jackson ban ... and even his episode of "The Simpsons" has been pulled. Not in Germany though. (TMZ)

Harvey Weinstein was spotted meeting with his private detective in the oh-so-clandestine location of .?.?. Grand Central Terminal. Spies told Page Six that the disgraced mogul was at Cipriani Dolci -- on the mezzanine of the concourse -- Wednesday afternoon wearing a black T-shirt, jeans and sunglasses. The spy told us, "I hardly recognized [Weinstein]. He looks like he's aged 15 years. [He wasn't] walking well." The spy added, "Harvey stopped at the bar with a group of guys, walked away to another table to make a phone call, and then rejoined them. I couldn't hear what they were talking about but they were fawning over him." Weinstein had left by the time Page Six arrived on the scene. When we approached the group he had been with, they denied knowing who Weinstein was, but a source in Weinstein's camp later confirmed that indeed the accused producer had been there to meet with one of the men, PI Herman Weisberg. Weisberg is a former NYPD detective who has been described as Weinstein's "secret weapon" in the movie man's attempt to beat multiple sex assault charges. Weisberg is managing director of Sage Intelligence, which offers investigative services including criminal litigation, evidence gathering and witness interviews, infidelity surveillance, undercover operations, bug sweeps and trade secret protection investigations. The source close to Weinstein said that the pair had prescheduled a brief meeting. When we later called one of the other members of the group, after confirming Weinstein was at the gathering, the man -- a lawyer -- repeatedly called a Page Six reporter a "c?-?-?t," said we could be "bought," and made thinly veiled threats of reprisals, including, "Before you do this, think carefully about who you are and who we are," and hung up. (We are indeed thinking carefully as to whether a lawyer may regret making such a threat.) Weinstein's trial was recently pushed back to June. His rep didn't comment. (Page Six)


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