Presidential daughters: Ivanka Trump versus Ashley Biden. How is the daughter of Joe Biden, who replaced Ivanka Trump as the daughter of the President of America
Both were born in 1981 and share a fascination with fashion, a field in which they had business. Ivanka and Ashley have things in common, despite being part of opposing political camps
Ivanka Trump had a fashionable business - a clothing line that bore her name, which, however, entered a downward trend after her father became president of America. At one point, her clothes had actually been sold under another name - Adrienne Vittadini Studio - until 2018, when Ivanka decided it was better to close this business.
On the other hand, Ashley Benson launched in 2017 an ecological textile brand, Livelihood, claiming that 10% of the company's profit goes to the development of various communities in need. As for her personal life, Ivanka is known to have converted to Judaism before marrying Jared Kushner, to whom she gave three children.
Ashley is also married to an American of Jewish descent: Howard Krein, a plastic surgeon. Ashley, on the other hand, did not convert to Judaism, wanting to keep her Catholic faith, nor did she have children.
While a student, Ashley was a rebel - she was arrested in 1999 for possession of marijuana, and three years later, she was arrested again for obstructing the intervention of authorities who wanted to stop a fight in a bar in Chicago. On the other hand, however, Ivanka has a very clear past in this regard. If, however, Ivanka comes from a large family, Ashley has an impressive story in this regard.
He's Joe Biden's only child with his second wife, Jill. His first wife, Neilia Hunter, died in a car accident in 1972 with their daughter, Naomi, just 5 months old. From this first marriage, Joe Biden had two more sons. Joseph Beau, also a politician, died in 2015 from a brain tumor. The second son, Robert Hunter, 50, a lawyer by profession, has struggled for years with alcohol and drug addiction.
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A duck was detained in Russia that came from Vietnam because of suspicion of coronavirus - they wanted to kill her, but promised to release her after the 14 days in isolation
Arriving on April 27 in Novosibirsk with a flight from Vietnam, a duck named Borislav was detained at the Tolmachevo airport - taken from the owners and quarantined because the duck did not have veterinary permission to enter Russia, Siberia newspaper reported.
Borislav is registered as a pet: she has an international passport, a special chip, the necessary vaccinations and a certificate of export - in Vietnamese and English. The duck did not have only an import permit from the Rosselkhoznadzor. According to Litvinova, back in Vietnam, she tried to contact the agency by phone and email, but no one answered her.
History of Borislav:
Litvinova and her husband bought a duckling in Vietnam seven months ago. “We saw enough horror in Vietnam, how they sell live ducks for food and wanted to save at least one duckling,” Litvinova said.
At first, the duck was called Borei, because they thought it was a male. Later it turned out that the duck is a female, so she became Borislav. The bird has its own instagram, it lives with the owners in the apartment, it is perceived as a child.
When the mistress and Borislav flew to Novosibirsk, the bird was taken. “Leaving the duck at the airport was scary: when the employee of the veterinary control called her boss, he told her over the speakerphone:“ Write out the act, we’ll kill tomorrow, ”said Litvinova.
What else is known:
On April 30, the Rosselkhoznadzor announced that they would return Borislav to the owners when they received the results of the survey. The duck is still in isolation in Tolmachevo.
“The bird responds adequately to feeding, feels satisfactory and daily takes water procedures,” the department said.
Litvinova and her husband lives in Yalta, while in Novosibirsk they were sent to quarantine for two weeks in an observatory.
Earlier, a Spitz named Mila flew from Thailand to quarantine “without the right to walk”. The owner of the dog was threatened with a fine if this requirement is violated. Mila was placed in the observatory with him.
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Flight attendant, confused with Meghan Markle! What does the woman who can pass as the Duchess of Sussex look like
It is said that each of us has at least one "double" with which he shares most of the prominent features. Whether it is in another corner of the world or nearby, many people have found, over time, their "clones", even if they were not in any case related to the genetic factor involving similarities between degrees of kinship.
And, if ordinary people, at some point, end up seeing their blood-twinned "twin brothers" but imagine how quickly celebrities can meet their double, especially if they are sometimes confused with the latter.
A flight attendant was seen so many times as if people were wondering "where is Harry", so she says she was ready to audition for the role of Meghan Markle in a film about the Duchess's life.
Christine Primrose Mathis, 32, of New Jersey, was first mistaken for Meghan 5 years ago, when Prince Harry's wife, now 38, starred in the series Suits. Christine says that she initially took the situation as a joke, but that she also began to notice the similarities in the end, especially after Meghan became the Duchess of Sussex and images of her circulated everywhere.
Later, she enrolled in a specialized agency and became, part-time, Meghan's impersonator. Christine also did pictorials in her new position and even posed with Prince Harry's lookalike. But a role in a movie about Meghan, in which to play her role, would be the stewardess's biggest dream.
During a visit to London, the flight attendant was assaulted by admirers of the Duchess of Sussex, who were shocked to finally find out that the one in front of them was not Meghan. "At first I was shocked, but anyway I took it as a compliment, I always thought the Duchess was very beautiful," said Christine.