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19 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
CELEBS proved they’re just like us – by hitting the booze in the sunshine as scorching temperatures swept bank holiday Britain. Chris Hughes, Emily Atack and Chloe Ferry were among the stars raising an ice-cold glass to the glorious weather as 25-degree heat roasted the UK’s pub gardens. Emily Atack opted for a large Aperol Spritz Love Island star Chris, 26, left girlfriend Jesy Nelson doing her own thing as he headed to his local beer garden with a pal, where they knocked back pints of Peroni lager. It came after Jesy moaned about him watching the football when they were supposed to be spending time together. Across town, Emily Atack was getting stuck into a big jug of Aperol Spritz in the pub, after starting the fun in her pretty garden. She told followers: “Clocking off for the Easter weekend in my little garden, reflecting on an emotional rollercoaster of a week.” Chris Hughes got stuck into a Peroni Chloe Ferry kept it classy with a prosecco with friends [article-rail-section title=”Most read in TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] Chloe Ferry, 23, had a glass of prosecco in hand as she went out in Newcastle with three pals before the group moved on to cocktails. They weren’t messing about either – ordering a parade of massive meals at the city’s Tomahawk steakhouse. Meanwhile, The Saturdays’ Una Healy, 37, opted for a gin and tonic with fruit as she stared at her car while listening to the radio. Never one to miss a plug for her new station, she wrote: “G&T in hand, feet up, tuning into Country Hits.” Una Healey enjoyed the sunshine from inside her house It has been a sizzling day of sunshine today, with thousands of Brits descended on beaches and parks all over the UK to bask in a 25C Good Friday scorcher. And it’s set to get even hotter. Brits will be enjoying heat balmier than Barcelona on Easter Sunday as the mercury is tipped to top a record-breaking 26C. [bc_video video_id=”6025530853001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Emily Atack drops a lamb after it poos on her dress while hosting This Morning”] Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
19 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
CELEBS proved they’re just like us – by hitting the booze in the sunshine as scorching temperatures swept bank holiday Britain. Chris Hughes, Emily Atack and Chloe Ferry were among the stars raising an ice-cold glass to the glorious weather as 25-degree heat roasted the UK’s pub gardens. Emily Atack opted for a large Aperol Spritz Love Island star Chris, 26, left girlfriend Jesy Nelson doing her own thing as he headed to his local beer garden with a pal, where they knocked back pints of Peroni lager. It came after Jesy moaned about him watching the football when they were supposed to be spending time together. Across town, Emily Atack was getting stuck into a big jug of Aperol Spritz in the pub, after starting the fun in her pretty garden. She told followers: “Clocking off for the Easter weekend in my little garden, reflecting on an emotional rollercoaster of a week.” Chris Hughes got stuck into a Peroni Chloe Ferry kept it classy with a prosecco with friends [article-rail-section title=”Most read in TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”6″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] Chloe Ferry, 23, had a glass of prosecco in hand as she went out in Newcastle with three pals before the group moved on to cocktails. They weren’t messing about either – ordering a parade of massive meals at the city’s Tomahawk steakhouse. Meanwhile, The Saturdays’ Una Healy, 37, opted for a gin and tonic with fruit as she stared at her car while listening to the radio. Never one to miss a plug for her new station, she wrote: “G&T in hand, feet up, tuning into Country Hits.” Una Healey enjoyed the sunshine from inside her house It has been a sizzling day of sunshine today, with thousands of Brits descended on beaches and parks all over the UK to bask in a 25C Good Friday scorcher. And it’s set to get even hotter. Brits will be enjoying heat balmier than Barcelona on Easter Sunday as the mercury is tipped to top a record-breaking 26C. [bc_video video_id=”6025530853001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Emily Atack drops a lamb after it poos on her dress while hosting This Morning”] Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
19 Apr 19
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19 Apr 19
The Sun
CELEBS proved they’re just like us – by hitting the booze in the sunshine as scorching temperatures swept bank holiday Britain. Chris Hughes, Emily Atack and Chloe Ferry were among the stars raising an ice-cold glass to the glorious weather as 25-degree heat roasted the UK’s pub gardens. Emily Atack opted for a large Aperol Spritz Love Island star Chris, 26, left girlfriend Jesy Nelson doing her own thing as he headed to his local beer garden with a pal, where they knocked back pints of Peroni lager. It came after Jesy moaned about him watching the football when they were supposed to be spending time together. Across town, Emily Atack, 29, was getting stuck into a big jug of Aperol Spritz in the pub, after starting the fun in her pretty garden. She told followers: “Clocking off for the Easter weekend in my little garden, reflecting on an emotional rollercoaster of a week.” Chris Hughes got stuck into a Peroni Chloe Ferry kept it classy with a prosecco with friends [article-rail-section title=”Most read in TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”325″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] Chloe Ferry, 23, had a glass of prosecco in hand as she went out in Newcastle with three pals before the group moved on to cocktails. They weren’t messing about either – ordering a parade of massive meals at the city’s Tomahawk steakhouse. Meanwhile, The Saturdays’ Una Healy, 37, opted for a gin and tonic with fruit as she stared at her car while listening to the radio. Never one to miss a plug for her new station, she wrote: “G&T in hand, feet up, tuning into Country Hits.” Una Healy enjoyed the sunshine from inside her house It has been a sizzling day of sunshine today, with thousands of Brits descended on beaches and parks all over the UK to bask in a 25C Good Friday scorcher. And it’s set to get even hotter. Brits will be enjoying heat balmier than Barcelona on Easter Sunday as the mercury is tipped to top a record-breaking 26C. [bc_video video_id=”6025530853001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Emily Atack drops a lamb after it poos on her dress while hosting This Morning”] Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
19 Apr 19
The Sun
TUCKING into your child’s stash of Easter eggs while their backs are turned is something almost all parents are guilty of – but know better than to admit to. However, one mum is causing quite a stir online after she announced her plans to eat her three-year-old daughter’s Easter eggs while she visits her father this weekend because it’s “only fair [she] shares.” The anonymous mum described how her daughter is set to receive up to 15 Easter eggs this weekend Posting on the parenting forum Mumsnet, the woman insisted that the seven Easter eggs her three-year-old daughter has received is “too much for such a small child”. Aware that her daughter will be showered with even more chocolate treats over the next few days, woman explained: “She’s 3 and is going to her Dad’s this weekend where she will get more chocolate, probably another 6-8 eggs.” Although the mum insists that she “doesn’t mind her having a bit of chocolate or a handful of Haribo” every now and then, she added: “I feel that 13-15 eggs is too much for such a small child.” Believing that tucking into her daughter’s chocolate stash of “larger chocolate eggs” would be for the greater good, the mum then added: “I will be melting some down for cookies/cakes/ice cream sauce over the next week so she’ll get those too.” While her daughter is visiting her father, the mum plans to eat her ‘larger eggs’ and ‘leave the packets of chocolate inside’ In a final attempt to justify her controversial decision to literally steal candy from a baby, the mum added: “I’ve got no Easter eggs so feel it’s only fair [my darling daughter] shares.” Unsurprisingly, other users were quick to criticise the mum’s “ridiculous” argument. Outraged at the suggestion, one user replied: “I wouldn’t eat my little boy’s Easter chocolates – they were brought for him from friends and family as gifts and are for him to enjoy, not me. “If I wanted some I’d just buy my own.” The mum has predicted that her daughter may end up with up to 15 Easter eggs Acknowledging that 15 Easter eggs is an enormous amount for a three-year-old, others suggested storing them in the fridge and encouraging her daughter to work through her stash slowly. “My eldest lasted him until Christmas last year,” a third parent wrote. “He’d have a little bit for ‘pudding’ in the evenings.” Asking whether the little girl had seen all her sweet treats yet, another suggested donating a few to charity. They added: “Does she know about the eggs yet? If not then save some or donate to a food bank.” However, not everyone was so critical of the mother’s plans – with one even suggesting that it was her “duty as a parent” to eat the chocolate. Other users urged her to think about her daughter’s health and said it was ‘her duty as a parent’ to eat the chocolate Questioning the health repercussions of the excessive amount of sugar, one user wrote: “I would have thought your child’s health and developing healthy attitudes to sweet treats would take priority. “I think it would be bordering on neglectful to feed all that chocolate to such a young child.” Meanwhile, others branded the whole discussion “ludicrous” and said that the mother shouldn’t even feel the need to ask if she wanted to eat some of her a daughter’s chocolate. Firmly on her side of the debate, another replied: “I read these responses where people seem to view this as some sort of theft – from a three year old!” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”0″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In more parenting news, this genius mum has tricked her children into doing their chores by hiding their phones in a ‘cleaning treasure hunt’. Plus this mum has been left gobsmacked after being charged £68 for her daughter’s ear piercing at Claire’s Accessories. And a new survey has revealed that one in five dads miss the birth of their child due to “traffic” or “work commitments”. [bc_video video_id=”6027988711001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Mum pokes fun at celebs sexy shoots by recreating them “]
19 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
TUCKING into your child’s stash of Easter eggs while their backs are turned is something almost all parents are guilty of – but know better than to admit to. However, one mum is causing quite a stir online after she announced her plans to eat her three-year-old daughter’s Easter eggs while she visits her father this weekend because it’s “only fair [she] shares.” The anonymous mum described how her daughter is set to receive up to 15 Easter eggs this weekend Posting on the parenting forum Mumsnet, the woman insisted that the seven Easter eggs her three-year-old daughter has received is “too much for such a small child”. Aware that her daughter will be showered with even more chocolate treats over the next few days, woman explained: “She’s 3 and is going to her Dad’s this weekend where she will get more chocolate, probably another 6-8 eggs.” Although the mum insists that she “doesn’t mind her having a bit of chocolate or a handful of Haribo” every now and then, she added: “I feel that 13-15 eggs is too much for such a small child.” Believing that tucking into her daughter’s chocolate stash of “larger chocolate eggs” would be for the greater good, the mum then added: “I will be melting some down for cookies/cakes/ice cream sauce over the next week so she’ll get those too.” While her daughter is visiting her father, the mum plans to eat her ‘larger eggs’ and ‘leave the packets of chocolate inside’ In a final attempt to justify her controversial decision to literally steal candy from a baby, the mum added: “I’ve got no Easter eggs so feel it’s only fair [my darling daughter] shares.” Unsurprisingly, other users were quick to criticise the mum’s “ridiculous” argument. Outraged at the suggestion, one user replied: “I wouldn’t eat my little boy’s Easter chocolates – they were brought for him from friends and family as gifts and are for him to enjoy, not me. “If I wanted some I’d just buy my own.” The mum has predicted that her daughter may end up with up to 15 Easter eggs Acknowledging that 15 Easter eggs is an enormous amount for a three-year-old, others suggested storing them in the fridge and encouraging her daughter to work through her stash slowly. “My eldest lasted him until Christmas last year,” a third parent wrote. “He’d have a little bit for ‘pudding’ in the evenings.” Asking whether the little girl had seen all her sweet treats yet, another suggested donating a few to charity. They added: “Does she know about the eggs yet? If not then save some or donate to a food bank.” However, not everyone was so critical of the mother’s plans – with one even suggesting that it was her “duty as a parent” to eat the chocolate. Other users urged her to think about her daughter’s health and said it was ‘her duty as a parent’ to eat the chocolate Questioning the health repercussions of the excessive amount of sugar, one user wrote: “I would have thought your child’s health and developing healthy attitudes to sweet treats would take priority. “I think it would be bordering on neglectful to feed all that chocolate to such a young child.” Meanwhile, others branded the whole discussion “ludicrous” and said that the mother shouldn’t even feel the need to ask if she wanted to eat some of her a daughter’s chocolate. Firmly on her side of the debate, another replied: “I read these responses where people seem to view this as some sort of theft – from a three year old!” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In more parenting news, this genius mum has tricked her children into doing their chores by hiding their phones in a ‘cleaning treasure hunt’. Plus this mum has been left gobsmacked after being charged £68 for her daughter’s ear piercing at Claire’s Accessories. And a new survey has revealed that one in five dads miss the birth of their child due to “traffic” or “work commitments”. [bc_video video_id=”6027988711001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Mum pokes fun at celebs sexy shoots by recreating them “]
19 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
TUCKING into your child’s stash of Easter eggs while their backs are turned is something almost all parents are guilty of – but know better than to admit to. However, one mum is causing quite a stir online after she announced her plans to eat her three-year-old daughter’s Easter eggs while she visits her father this weekend because it’s “only fair [she] shares.” The anonymous mum described how her daughter is set to receive up to 15 Easter eggs this weekend Posting on the parenting forum Mumsnet, the woman insisted that the seven Easter eggs her three-year-old daughter has received is “too much for such a small child”. Aware that her daughter will be showered with even more chocolate treats over the next few days, woman explained: “She’s 3 and is going to her Dad’s this weekend where she will get more chocolate, probably another 6-8 eggs.” Although the mum insists that she “doesn’t mind her having a bit of chocolate or a handful of Haribo” every now and then, she added: “I feel that 13-15 eggs is too much for such a small child.” Believing that tucking into her daughter’s chocolate stash of “larger chocolate eggs” would be for the greater good, the mum then added: “I will be melting some down for cookies/cakes/ice cream sauce over the next week so she’ll get those too.” While her daughter is visiting her father, the mum plans to eat her ‘larger eggs’ and ‘leave the packets of chocolate inside’ In a final attempt to justify her controversial decision to literally steal candy from a baby, the mum added: “I’ve got no Easter eggs so feel it’s only fair [my darling daughter] shares.” Unsurprisingly, other users were quick to criticise the mum’s “ridiculous” argument. Outraged at the suggestion, one user replied: “I wouldn’t eat my little boy’s Easter chocolates – they were brought for him from friends and family as gifts and are for him to enjoy, not me. “If I wanted some I’d just buy my own.” The mum has predicted that her daughter may end up with up to 15 Easter eggs Acknowledging that 15 Easter eggs is an enormous amount for a three-year-old, others suggested storing them in the fridge and encouraging her daughter to work through her stash slowly. “My eldest lasted him until Christmas last year,” a third parent wrote. “He’d have a little bit for ‘pudding’ in the evenings.” Asking whether the little girl had seen all her sweet treats yet, another suggested donating a few to charity. They added: “Does she know about the eggs yet? If not then save some or donate to a food bank.” However, not everyone was so critical of the mother’s plans – with one even suggesting that it was her “duty as a parent” to eat the chocolate. Other users urged her to think about her daughter’s health and said it was ‘her duty as a parent’ to eat the chocolate Questioning the health repercussions of the excessive amount of sugar, one user wrote: “I would have thought your child’s health and developing healthy attitudes to sweet treats would take priority. “I think it would be bordering on neglectful to feed all that chocolate to such a young child.” Meanwhile, others branded the whole discussion “ludicrous” and said that the mother shouldn’t even feel the need to ask if she wanted to eat some of her a daughter’s chocolate. Firmly on her side of the debate, another replied: “I read these responses where people seem to view this as some sort of theft – from a three year old!” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In more parenting news, this genius mum has tricked her children into doing their chores by hiding their phones in a ‘cleaning treasure hunt’. Plus this mum has been left gobsmacked after being charged £68 for her daughter’s ear piercing at Claire’s Accessories. And a new survey has revealed that one in five dads miss the birth of their child due to “traffic” or “work commitments”. [bc_video video_id=”6027988711001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Mum pokes fun at celebs sexy shoots by recreating them “]
19 Apr 19
Archy news nety

Real-life royal Meghan Markle has officially made the messy bun hairstyle one fit for a princess, sporting the go-to 'do time and time again since marrying into the British monarchy last spring. Though some fashion insiders describe Markle as a royal style rebel, the former actress once revealed – long before she became the Duchess […]

19 Apr 19
World Site News

Sai Pallavi isn’t the only Indian celebrity to take a stand against endorsing fairness cream brands. Actors such as Taapsee Pannu and Abhay Deol have also taken similar stand in the past. Sai Pallavi was last seen in Malayalam film Athiran. Actress Sai Pallavi, who works in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam language films, is in…

19 Apr 19
just.vidhu.kapur

Part A: Recently having written something about luxury in a person, I feel compelled to continue on the very line of thought. More so because I keenly observe & this person who exudes luxury totally takes me along to his dream world with his mere words, such that I am – a dreamer. After being […]

19 Apr 19
Dating, Breaking News, Celeb Gossip & Everything College | CC

Over the years, the popularity of CBD has increased, due to its many health benefits, naturally, people have some questions. The commonly known ones being What is CBD? And Will I get high from it? Well CBD (cannabinoids) is a natural compound found in the flower of cannabis, usually found in deficient levels. However, most CBD […]

19 Apr 19
Hollywood Life

Susan Holmes McKagan’s new book, ‘The Velvet Rose,’ is fiction, but in ways, it documents the life she lived as an international supermodel and wife to rocker Duff McKagan.

19 Apr 19
PEOPLE.com

Dr. Elizabeth Murray chats with PEOPLE about when parents should seek medical assistance (and what type) if their children hit their heads

19 Apr 19
The United Free

CHICAGO – Two ranking executives inside the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office have submitted their resignations — including State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s chief ethics officer, April Perry, whom Foxx cited as the person who advised her to “recuse” herself from the Jussie Smollett case that has rocked the Chicago office, Fox News learned Thursday. Mark […]

19 Apr 19
SRIVASTAVA RITIK

While stories of celebs giving in to their fans’ going out of their way to appease fans are common, here’s why this one was special. from Top Buzz News- News18.com http://bit.ly/2UsDLCX