Top 3 News of the Day: Photos of Kim Kardashian at the Met Gala Help Reveal the Golden Coffin Theft in Egypt

Today’s Top 3 News about Kim Kardashian is back in the public spotlight. This time it’s about a photo of him performing at the 2018 Met Gala.

Apparently, the photo next to Nedjemankh’s coffin is a 2,100 year old coffin carved from wood and covered with gold. This chest is where the mummy of a priest named Nedjemankh is stored.

The excitement also occurred over the statement of Miss World Malaysia 2021, Lavanya Sivaji. He apparently claimed batik came from Malaysia.

Sivaji apologized after calling batik a Malaysian culture. He admits that the word batik comes from Java, both in its design and history.

From the US, Meghan Markle sent an open letter to US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Chuck Summer. The contents of the letter, parents are given maternity leave allowances.

“Working mothers or parents often face conflicts between having to be there (for their children) or getting paid. Sacrificing one of them has a big impact,” Meghan wrote, quoted from the Independent page. All of this discussion is summarized in the Top 3 News of the Day.

Photos of Kim Kardashian at the Met Gala Help Resolve Cases of Golden Coffin Theft in Egypt

Actress Kim Kardashian poses while attending the 2018 Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (7/5). Kim Kardashian looks sexy wearing a super tight gold dress. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini)
Reality show star and socialite Kim Kardashian is back in the spotlight. This time it’s not about the news of her divorce from Kanye West, but a photo of her at the Met Gala in 2018.

The photo reportedly managed to solve the theft of the Egyptian gold coffin that had been going on for several years. The photo shows the ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star posing in a gold Versace gown next to Nedjemankh’s gold coffin.

Sorry to say that batik comes from his country, Miss World Malaysia is still protesting

Miss World Malaysia 2021 Lavanya Sivaji is being talked about for claiming that batik comes from Malaysia. The claim drew various reactions, including from Indonesian netizens who immediately flooded the comments column of Sivaji’s Instagram account.

A few days ago, Sivaji shared his portrait wearing a batik gown for the final evening of Miss World Malaysia 2021 on 17 October 2021. “Batik cloth symbolizes diversity for Malaysians, with its various colors, prints and designs. Therefore, I present to you my evening gowns. for Miss World Malaysia 2021 which is made of Malaysian batik cloth,” wrote Lavanya Sivaji in the caption of her upload.

Meghan Markle Sends Open Letter to US House and Senate Requesting Paid Leave Policy for All Parents

Meghan Markle Attends Commonwealth Service
Prince Harry’s fiancee Meghan Markle attends The Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey, London, Monday (12/3). On that occasion, Meghan Markle looked beautiful in a white coat designed by Amanda Wakeley.
Meghan Markle is back in the news. This time it’s about an open letter he addressed to US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Chuck Summer. In the letter she requested that parents be given maternity leave allowances.

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