5 things to know this morning: Blac Chyna could be sued over assistant's death, Prince Charles steps up, and 'Grey's Anatomy' stars bid farewell

Good morning! Catch up on your pop culture news with our roundup of today’s top stories — so far. 

1. Prince Charles comes through for Meghan Markle

Because her ailing father can’t attend the royal wedding, Meghan Markle will be walked down the aisle by her future father-in-law, Prince Charles. Prince Harry’s father said he was “pleased to be able to welcome [her] in this way.” Read more >


2. Bill Gates burns President Trump

Thanks to a pretty random new White House video, we now know that President Trump knows the difference between Yanny and Laurel. But according to Bill Gates, POTUS thought HPV and HIV were the same thing in a meeting last year. Read more > 


3. Major changes on Grey’s Anatomy 

Grey’s Anatomy said goodbye to two characters in Thursday’s season finale, which also included a pregnancy announcement and enough weddings to give a Hugh Grant rom-com a run for its money. Read more >


4. Amy Schumer gets royal wedding backlash

Amy Schumer dared to speak about the royal wedding, and now she’s getting attacked on Twitter. Apparently people aren’t happy that the comedian compared Meghan Markle’s big day to the Westminster Dog Show. Read more >


5. Blac Chyna’s assistant has died

Reports suggest that the family of Lorena “Patty” Hernandez plans to file a wrongful death lawsuit against Blac Chyna. Hernandez, who worked as the former reality star’s assistant, was taken off life support this week following a brain hemorrhage. Chyna’s famous exes, Tyga and Rob Kardashian, have both made GoFundMe donations to help support Hernandez’s three children. Read more >

Blac Chyna could face a wrongful death lawsuit after the death of her assistant. (Photo: Greg Doherty/Getty Images)
Blac Chyna could face a wrongful death lawsuit after the death of her assistant. (Photo: Greg Doherty/Getty Images)

Thanks for reading! Come back this evening for your p.m. pop culture roundup.

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