The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 3 Details: Rachel Brosnahan and Alex Borstein Interviews

Rose Weissman (Marin Hinkle)

Where we left off: Abe Weissman announces that he’s going to resign from Columbia, which would mean that he and wife Rose will have to give up their lavish apartment (Columbia owns it). Can Rose talk some sense into her suddenly reactive husband?

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What’s to come: Surprises, and lots of them. “The curveballs just kept coming,” Hinkle says. “Rose continues to be thrown and has to find a way to right the ship. She’s fierce, though. I never had any idea what her path would be [from episode to episode]. Although I want Rose to be comfortable, I love that everything is completely out of sorts for her.” It’s a sentiment that Sherman-Palladino echoes as well. “Rose is figuring out her new reality,” she says.

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Sophie Lennon (Jane Lynch)

Where we left off: Sophie pleads with Susie to represent her and fight for her the same way she does for Midge. Will Susie accept? And will Sophie soften her attitude towards Midge?

What’s to come: Lynch is now a series regular, which means that you can expect to see a lot more of Sophie. Still, Lynch isn’t hopeful that Sophie will turn over a new leaf. “She won’t change at all,” she says with a laugh. “And although she wouldn’t admit it, she’s inspired by Midge. She’s abandoning Sophie from Queens for now and is going into a new realm. She wants to try her chops at acting and she wants to break out of where she was. But her insides are pretty much the same throughout the whole season.”

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The third season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel premieres Friday, December 6 on Amazon Prime.

Jessica Radloff is the* Glamour West Coast editor. You can follow her on Instagram here.

Your Horoscope for the Week of December 9, 2019

Midweek the moon waxes full in the sign of the chatty twins. Under loquacious Gemini, the feels flow in words while the sun exactly opposite in Sagittarius expands word count and the bigger picture. Journal if you’re not ready to reveal. Refresh copy on your bio, socials, or other comms that could do with some shameless spin from these cosmic wordsmiths. Open up to alternative means of data collection if the usual pathways are foggy. What’s hidden from your awareness that you’re not allowing yourself to see, feel, or otherwise understand? Intuitive Intel 101: “First thought is often the best thought” before you talk yourself down. Read on to discover what’s in store for your sign during the week of December 9 through to December 15, 2019, and double down by getting to know your rising sign.

Aries | Aries rising

Not everything can be understood with a rational approach, being broken down into logical facts, and not everything has some overarching symbolic meaning. Somewhere between these two points is another space, and that channel of information seems to be jamming up your well-ordered thought process. The more you resist it the more confused you’ll be. Combine all three sectors and you won’t need Google. We have access to all knowledge and nonordinary waking states. Dreams or just “knowing” is as valid as research found in a standard-edition textbook; it’s just harder to “prove.” Be open to the message behind the meaning, but don’t overdo it by searching for that meaning. Meanwhile, Mercury engages your mind in higher knowledge and tracking down flights for that much-needed vacay. Expand your experience, Aries.

Taurus | Taurus rising

Your money zone is getting all the attention this week as La Luna brings money matters to fruition. Set your intentions on the new moon to reveal what you’d like to see in terms of income, perhaps an opportunity for extra revenue or an investment opportunity. Even that perfect something you’ve been shopping for could be in the cards—if it’s anything to do with communication, it could be an investment, especially if it’s for work; make it a quality choice. A generous flow could come through a significant other; however, you’ll need to define what is yours and what is someone else’s. Mercury’s moving into your shared resources zone suggests an active bedside manner, and perhaps someone bringing you some useful information. If you’re emotionally investing in your “stuff” this week, make sure it doesn’t define or possess you.

All the Meghan Markle References in A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby

They want their baby to have a “normal life.” “I went to public school. I played with neighborhood kids,” Amber tells Richard on a carriage ride, the implication being she wants their child to have the same. Richard agrees, though he says they’ll have to find a “new definition of ‘normal’.” This sounds a lot like the stance Markle and Prince Harry took on their child, who doesn’t have a royal title.

“When I think about Harry and the man I’ve written about—this is a man who, as a young boy, resented being a prince, resented the weighted burden that came with his title,” royals expert Katie Nicholl told Glamour earlier this year. “I think it’s very unlikely he’s going to want a title for his child. I think Lord or Lady is probably more than good enough for the Sussexes. I think more important than the title is the ability to raise a child with a rounded view of the world—with a normal childhood, as much as they can possibly give him or her.”

Penglia’s queen, named Ming, has a son. And guess what that son’s name is. Harry. It’s only mentioned once, and subtly, but we see what Netflix did there.


Queen Amber considers hypobirthing for the delivery of her baby. Which Meghan Markle was reportedly considering, as well.

And she does yoga to stay relaxed while pregnant. The Duchess of Sussex is a famous yoga-doer. (Her mom, Doria Ragland, is an instructor.)

Queen Amber has a baby shower. As did Meghan Markle, even though it was against British royal tradition.

Prince Richard’s announcement of the birth. He’s the one who goes out and tells their extended family about Amber’s delivery, much like Prince Harry did with the press after Markle gave birth.

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby is now streaming on Netflix.

Christopher Rosa is the staff entertainment writer at Glamour. Follow him on Twitter @chrisrosa92.

Ghosting: The Spirit of Christmas Is Bizarre in the Best Way Possible

Warning: Light spoilers ahead.

The wildest, most delightful holiday movie you’ll watch this year isn’t on Hallmark or Netflix. No, that honor goes to Freeform’s Ghosting: The Spirit of Christmas, a left-of-center rom-com about both relationship ghosting and literal ghosts. (It premiered Wednesday night, December 4, on the network.) At one point, the literal ghost is the one doing the relationship ghosting.

The movie centers on Jess (The Bold Type‘s Aisha Dee), a single twenty-something who goes on a date with the very hot and charming Ben (Kendrick Sampson). They hit things off, exchange numbers, and cutely text on their respective drives home. But then Jess dies in a car crash, unbeknownst to Ben, who assumes she’s ghosting him. It turns out she’s now an actual ghost who can’t ascend to the afterlife. The key, she realizes, is to finish whatever unfinished business she has on Earth.

There are only two people who can see Jess as a ghost: Ben, of course, and her best friend, Kara (Kimiko Glenn), who helps her figure out what this said “unfinished business” is. At first, they think it’s finding true love with Ben, so he and Jess go on some dates. (Remember, she’s a ghost, so, to the outside world, it looks like he’s talking to himself.) Eventually, they have sex during the winter solstice because, for whatever reason, that’s the only time Ben can “feel” Jess like a human. Don’t ask me. This is a movie about ghosts.

But the boning doesn’t work: Jess still can’t ascend. It’s only after she gets in a fight with Kara that she realizes her true love isn’t with Ben: It’s with, well, Kara. This isn’t a romance, though: The takeaway from [Ghosting: The Spirit of Christmas is that worthwhile friendships, like the one Kara and Jess have, reign supreme over any relationship. Tender!

10 Movies You Didn’t Realize Were Based on Romance Novels

Romance is a billion-dollar industry. In 2016 these novels made up 23% of the overall fiction market, and they consistently out-perform all other genres. But while we’ve reclaimed the rom-com in film, these books are still often relegated to being “guilty pleasures” or considered “mommy porn.” This week we’re discussing these overlooked, often powerfully feminist books—that just so happen to have a happy ending.

Think back to some of the most romantic movies in recent memory. I’m sure a few titles come to mind: Me Before You, A Walk to Remember, Something Borrowed—the list goes on and on. And while these movies are different in terms of plot, they do have one commonality: They’re all actually based on romance novels. Yup: Before Shane West and Mandy Moore made you swoon in AWTR, their characters were just in the pages of Nicholas Sparks’ 2002 novel.

And there are more where these three came from. So many of your favorite rom-coms are actually based on these kind of books. The 10, below, are my personal favorites. Are they all traditional romance novels? No. But they all embody the core hallmarks of the genre: love, passion, and of course, sex.

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Justin Timberlake Apologizes to Jessica Biel for Cheating Rumors

In case you’ve been logged off for the past week and a half (and good for you, if that’s the case), you’ve probably seen the photos of Justin Timberlake] getting cozy with his co-star Alisha Wainwright, first published in the Daily Mail. The two are currently shooting the movie Palmer in New Orleans and in the shots (and video), they are seen holding hands and appear to be quite affectionate.

Until now, Timberlake and wife, Jessica Biel, have remained silent on the matter. Sources, however, told E! News, “There is absolutely nothing going on between them…They were out with all the cast, crew, makeup artists, and everyone was just hanging out in a social setting. They are just working together. No validity to any other rumor other than that they are filming together.” But last night (December 5), Timberlake posted a very public apology to his wife and family on Instagram. “I stay away from gossip as much as I can, but for my family I feel it is important to address recent rumors that are hurting the people that I love,” he wrote. “A few weeks ago I displayed a strong lapse in judgement—but let me be clear—nothing happened between me and my costar.”

“I drank way too much that night and I regret my behavior. I should have known better,” he continued. “This is not the example I want to set for my son. I apologize to my amazing wife and family for putting them through such an embarrassing situation, and I am focused on being the best husband and father I can be. This was not that. I am incredibly proud to be working on Palmer. Looking forward to continuing to make this movie and excited for people to see it.”

Many commenters on the post were less than thrilled with Justin Timberlake’s apology. “I can’t believe you plugged the movie after holding hands with someone else and blaming that on the alcohol. That said, I hope that your family unit heals and recovers well from this mistake. That’s what matters most of all,” one wrote. Another said, “If you were my man that shit wouldn’t be flyin! Was Jessica at home taking care of your son while you were out acting a fool with your co-workers? Disappointing.”

Biel has yet to comment publicly, though sources have told E! News they think the couple will stay together.

“Their marriage will survive. He feels guilty and will make it up to her. She is very good to him and he knows how lucky he is,” the source said. “He says it was not a big deal, they were all hanging out together and that’s the end of the story.”

14 Gift Ideas Your Mom Is Guaranteed to Love

If there’s a mom or mother figure you’re shopping for this season, you’re probably wondering how to translate “thank you for raising me, supporting me…and buying my ticket home this year” into a present. And while she’d claim seeing you IRL (or over a nice, long video chat) is enough, we found gift ideas any mom would appreciate.

From thoughtful jewelry, like an engravable gold bracelet, to entertaining must-haves (think fancy olive oil), and cozy picks for homebodies, there’s something your mom, mommy, or mama is guaranteed to love in this list. Ahead, shop our 14 gift ideas for mom.

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Camila Morrone Addresses the 23-Year Age Gap With Boyfriend Leonardo DiCaprio

Camila Morrone is getting serious acclaim for her breakout role in the independent film, Mickey and the Bear—her performance has even received comparisons to Jennifer Lawrence. It’s also helped shift Hollywood’s gross reduction of her as simply “Leonardo DiCaprio’s girlfriend,” although there’s been new attention applied to their relationship, specifically their 23-year age difference. (She’s 22, he’s 45.) Speaking to the Los Angeles Times this week, Morrone made it clear she’s not too concerned about the gap or what people think of it.

“There’s so many relationships in Hollywood—and in the history of the world—where people have large age gaps,” she said, adding, “I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date.” She did admit she kind of understands the fascination with the relationship, which seems to have started sometime in 2017 when they were first spotted together. “I probably would be curious about it, too,” she said.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone. 

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Morrone is right that there are tons of large relationship age gaps in Hollywood, but consistently, it seems to be men dating much younger women in the industry. This is so prevalent that the internet was surprised when actor Keanu Reeves stepped onto the red carpet with a woman closer to his age (she’s still eight years younger).

Camila Morrone didn’t go into other details about dating Leonardo DiCaprio, focusing instead on how Mickey and the Bear has opened up new opportunities for her and established who she is outside of her boyfriend. “I think more and more now that people are seeing the film, I’m slowly getting an identity outside of that,” she said. “Which is frustrating, because I feel like there should always be an identity besides who you’re dating.” She continued, “I understand the association, but I’m confident that will continue to slip away and be less of a conversation.”

20 Best Beauty Gifts According to Our Beauty Editor

Confession: I’m terrible at making wish lists. Maybe it’s because I genuinely feel bad about asking for gifts or maybe it’s because most of the things I buy are impulsive, but usually for the holidays I just tell friends to buy me a drink and my parents to send a check. But this year, at the behest of people begging me to give a straight answer, I’m trying to be more thoughtful about what would honestly bring me joy to unwrap—and in return, what my friends and family would love getting.

As a beauty editor, the latter is luckily so much easier. The answer for me is giving beauty products. It doesn’t matter if its the latest Huda palette for my eye makeup–obsessed friend, a great-smelling candle for my 22-year-old cousin who just got her first apartment, or a new shaving set for my boyfriend who refuses to use moisturizer, beauty gifts are always appreciated. And with a little digging, it’s not hard to find something that feels both surprising and personal. So if you’re also in need of ideas, I’ve compiled a list of the best beauty gifts you can’t go wrong with this year—even if they’re just to steal for yourself.

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Pinterest and the Knot Will No Longer Romanticize Wedding Venues on Former Slave Plantations

Pinterest and wedding website The Knot have faced criticism forcontent that romanticizes weddings held on former slave plantations, and according to a new report, they’re finally changing their policies. In a Buzzfeed News exclusive, platforms say they’re issuing new guidelines and rethinking the language around vendors and venues linked to plantation history.

Color of Change, a civil rights advocacy group, had outlined the ways in which promoting former slave plantations is harmful in letters sent to Pinterest and The Knot, as well as Zola, Brides, and Martha Stewart Weddings. According to Buzzfeed, the letters explained that “plantations are physical reminders of one of the most horrific human rights abuses the world has ever seen. The wedding industry routinely denies the violent conditions Black people faced under chattel slavery by promoting plantations as romantic places to marry.” Color of Change also wrote that “the decision to glorify plantations as nostalgic sites of celebration is not an empowering one for the Black women and justice-minded people who use your site.”

The Knot is now working with the organization to change its approach. Buzzfeed News spoke to Dhanusha Sivajee, chief marketing officer of The Knot’s umbrella company The Knot Worldwide (which also owns Wedding Wire), who explained that although venues and vendors associated with plantation history will still appear on the site, the language around them will change. The guidelines they’re figuring out will limit vendor descriptions that glamorize former slave plantations by characterizing them as “charming” or “elegant.” “We want to make sure we’re serving all our couples and that they don’t feel in any way discriminated against,” Sivajee told Buzzfeed News.

Pinterest has similar plans. A spokesperson also told Buzzfeed News that the company plans to de-index plantation weddings in its Google searches and limit wedding plantation content on the platform. People will be able to find the content if they look for it, but it’ll come with an advisory notice that states it could violate policy. “Weddings should be a symbol of love and unity. Plantations represent none of those things,” the spokesperson told Buzzfeed in an email. “We are working to limit the distribution of this content and accounts across our platform, and continue to not accept advertisements for them.”

The romanticization of plantation venues has been an unsettling trend in the wedding industry, and even celebrities have been called out for embracing the uncomfortable fad. Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds were criticized online after getting married at Boone Hall Plantation in South Carolina in 2012.