March 30, 2015 12:00 PM

For March 23, 2015

‘A relationship takes sacrifice if it’s going to work’ S.D. Sheets, Millbrook, Ala.

The Bachelor

While I am truly rooting for these two to make it, I can’t help but feel like Whitney’s feelings have less to do with Chris and more to do with her desire to get married and settle down.

Kris via

I think Becca really loved Chris, but she needed more time to see where she stood with him before she said it. She only wanted to marry once, and weeks is not enough. I hope they stay in touch and find out what they had before he gets married. Just watching them together says soulmate. I do not see it with Whitney.

Theresa via

Princess Kate

I know some readers talk about being “bored” by the continuing stories of England’s royals. Personally, [I think] the fun photos and the real-life laughter and emotion captured on film portray a real family. Keep them coming. I love the new crop of royals!

Marsha Ison

Lake, Mich.

Harrison and Calista

I remember when Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart first started dating and it was such a shock because of the age difference. Now look! They’ve come so far – and have successfully maintained a private lifestyle in the process. Wishing Harrison a speedy recovery!

Nat via

For March 16, 2015

The Sachs Murders

You have to be a very cruel person to murder your parents while they are asleep. My hope for Ashton Sachs is that he is given as much mercy as he gave his parents. None.

Anthony Chilson

Princeton, Texas

Leonard Nimoy

Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner have been heroes of mine since the original Star Trek aired. People helped me say goodbye to a hero.

Owen Thornton via e-mail

Leonard Nimoy deserved the cover. He was much more than Spock. “I have been and always shall be your friend. Live long and prosper!”

Jennifer Wootten

Temple, Ga.

Heroes Among Us

Charles Clark is one of the kindest people I’ve ever met. Now the world can see what we all got to experience at Trinity High School: a warmth and grace that touched our hearts.

Michael Muhney via

Patricia Arquette

Patricia is a great role model for young women who strive for perfection. There is no perfection in aging; it’s a fact of life. Be proud of your individuality.

Nikki via


In our March 23 Scoop article on George and Amal Clooney, we misidentified a restaurant photo. It was taken at Café Boulud, not Kappo Masa. Also in that issue, in our Dancing with the Stars story, we incorrectly stated that Kelly Monaco’s dress mishap happened in season 15. It occurred in season 1. PEOPLE regrets the errors.

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