Ekaterini Sakellaropoulou, a trailblazing judge, expert in environmental and constitutional law, a four-decade justice veteran, has since 2018 headed the Council of State. On January 22, 2020, Greece’s Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has nominated top female judge Ekaterini Sakellaropoulou to become the country’s next president. Here’s Ekaterini Sakellaropoulou Biography.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, born June 10, 1921. As members of Greek and Danish royalty, Philip and his family were banished from his native country when he was young, with the boy subsequently living in France, Germany and Britain. Prince Philip is husband to Queen Elizabeth II. Prince Philip Biography and Profile.
Roxette, Swedish Singer, was born 30 May 1958. With 33 chart-busting singles and total record sales exceeding 75 million including: “The Look” in 1989, followed up with the mighty ballad “Listen To Your Heart” the same year, the classic “It Must Have Been Love” in 1990, the über-platinum “Joyride” album in 1991. ”It Must Have Been Love” has to date been played more than 5 000 000 times on American radio. Marie Fredriksson Biography and Profile.
Tupac Shakur, African-American rapper, was born on 16 June 1971. After joining the Black Panther party, his mother changed his first name to Tupac Amaru, after an 18th-century Peruvian revolutionary who was killed by the Spanish. Tupac Amaru Shakur sold over 75 million records sold worldwide. 1996’s All Eyez on Me and his Greatest Hits collection have been certified diamond, surpassing the ten-million mark and placing them among the top-selling albums of all time. 2Pac Biography and Profile.
Lindsay Hoyle was born on 10 June 1957, in Adlington. Labour’s Sir Lindsay Hoyle was dramatically installed as the new Commons Speaker on Tuesday 4 November 2019. The new Speaker said: ‘I hope this House will be once a great respected House, not just in here but across the world.’ Sir Lindsay Hoyle Biography and Profile.
Siya Kolisi, born on 16 Jun 1991, height: 6′ 2″, is at the forefront of South African rugby. Kolisi’s mother died when he was 15. Making history as the first black rugby captain in 127-year history of South African test rugby was an iconic moment. Kolisi “never dreamed of being a rugby player” as a child and now says the sport was “my way out”. Siyamthanda Kolisi Biography and Profile.