"Ploy has never been involved in my journalism ... There is no reason for police to detain her. If Thai police believe that I have broken Thai law they should seek my extradition to Thailand via legitimate international legal challenges. It is unacceptable to harass an innocent woman simply because she is married to me," said Marshall, who also used to work for Reuters.
British supermodel Naomi Campbell stirred up a debate on diversity in fashion publishing -- or the lack thereof -- after sharing a photo of British Vogue's editorial team on her Instagram account. The photo, which was taken from British Vogue's September issue -- the last one edited by former editor in chief Alexandra Shulman -- shows a predominantly white, female staff. "This is the staff photo of British Vogue under the previous editor Alexandra Shulman. Looking forward to an inclusive and diverse staff now that Edward Enninful is the editor. Campbell's post was met with thousands of comments and likes; followers, including activist Livia Firth, applauded Campbell for raising the issue, talked about how they haven't been able to relate to the content of the magazine for years and expressed their enthusiasm at the shift in direction, following Enninful's appointment.
In the decades that followed, Philip, who also holds the title Duke of Edinburgh, spent almost the entire duration of their marriage supporting his wife in her role as head of state. Both have cut back on their public engagements in recent years, and Philip retired from official duties earlier this year.