Emma Hope

22 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
ENDOMETRIOSIS sufferers have posed for a series of powerful photos as part of a new exhibition to raise awareness for the “invisible” illness. The exhibition Beyond the Invisible – shot by top snapper Rankin – aims to shine a light on 15 people’s experience with the chronic pain condition. BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Emma Barnett is one of the 15 sufferers included in the Rankin exhibition and was only diagnosed with endometriosis after 20 years of unexplained pain Endometriosis is a chronic condition which occurs when tissue which behaves like the lining of the womb is found outside of the uterus – in areas of the body including the ovaries, fallopian tubes, the abdomen and the bladder. Although the exact cause of the condition remains unknown, more than 1.5 million women in the UK are affected by endometriosis. In an attempt to make this condition “visible” to the public, the internationally-renowned photographer, in partnership with Endometriosis UK and savings company Standard Life, has shot a series of intimate photographs and videos of people who have experience of the condition. Along with photographing media personalities Emma Barnett and Julia Bradbury, 29-year-old Bex Eliff also revealed how this agonising condition left her with periods that lasted up to six months. TV presenter Julia Bradbury also suffers from this debilitating condition Bex Eliff, 29, once had a period that lasted over six months and raised £7,000 for Endometriosis UK last year by running a marathon Katy Johnstone, 23, has been open about how her diagnosis has left her feeling isolated among her peers [bc_video video_id=”6011124152001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Loose Women star Saira Khan opens up about agonising battle with endometriosis “] Last year, Bex ran the London marathon for Endometriosis UK and raised more than £7,000 for the charity. She was first diagnosed with the condition at the age of 15 and would often pass out from the pain. Bex – who works as an acting agent – is now on a waiting list for an operation to treat her endometriosis. Last month it was revealed that millions of women with endometriosis have to wait up to seven years before getting a correct diagnosis. As 87 per cent of women with endometriosis have said it has impacted their financial status and ability to work, the life savings charity Standard Life’s aim is to support women suffering with the invisible illness through this exhibition. According to Endometriosis UK, the chronic condition costs the UK economy £8.2bn a year in loss of work, treatment and healthcare costs. Jade Justice, 30, would take over-the-counter painkillers from the age of 13 to cope with endometriosis Bhavni Fowler, 42, suffered with endometriosis for nine years before getting a diagnosis Sarah Smallbone, 35, co-runs the Endometriosis UK support group for South Essex and was first diagnosed during keyhole surgery for an ovarian cyst Sanchia Alasia is the Mayor of Barking and Dagenham and was diagnosed after nine years The exhibition is currently showing in La Galleria Pall Mall in London before relocating to Edinburgh next month. Describing the inspiration behind his latest work, Rankin said: “I didn’t know a huge amount about endometriosis until Standard Life approached me about collaborating on this project for their Invisible Illnesses campaign. “I just couldn’t believe that one in ten women is living with this; the excruciating pain and the way it negatively affects basically every aspect of their lives. Mum-of-one Kirsten Morgan, 46, was diagnosed at the age of 28 after over a decade of unexplained pain Roxie Gatrell, 29, faced a delay in her diagnosis as her doctor said her case wasn’t valid because she wasn’t in a heterosexual relationship Shazia Ginai, 36, has created a support group for women with endometriosis in North Surrey and is encouraging other young Muslim women to talk more openly about their period “Their relationships, careers and finances suffer due to this sometimes-debilitating condition. “I hope this exhibition can almost make tangible the invisible agony of endometriosis, which is so hard to understand if you are not affected.” Endometriosis UK CEO Emma Cox added: “Delayed diagnosis can have devastating effects on women’s quality of life. “We are delighted to be partnering with Standard Life and impressed with their determination to raise awareness and reduce diagnosis times, helping improve the lives of future generations of women.” Beyond the Invisible is showing in La Galleria Pall Mall from 21-28 March and will be at Stills Gallery in Edinburgh from 1-8 April 2019. [boxout headline=”Symptoms of endometriosis”]Endometriosis is where cells like the ones in the lining of the womb (uterus) are found elsewhere in the body. Each month, these cells react in the same way to those in the womb – building up and then breaking down and bleeding. Unlike the cells in the womb that leave the body as a period, this blood has no way to escape. That can lead to infertility, fatigue, bowel and bladder problems, as well as really heavy, painful periods. It affects one in ten women in the UK. Symptoms include: Painful, heavy, or irregular periods Pain during or after sex Infertility Painful bowel movements Fatigue The cause of endometriosis is unknown and there is no definite cure. According to Endometriosis UK, it takes over seven years on average for women to finally receive a diagnosis. It’s estimated that up to 50 per cent of infertile women has the condition. Source: Endometriosis UK [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In more health news, this endometriosis sufferer endured three decades of agonising pain… until running and acupuncture “cured” her symptoms. And women plagued by endometriosis are “TWICE as likely to develop ovarian cancer”, experts have warned. [bc_video video_id=”5741171767001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ex Coronation Street star Sacha Parkinson reveals she collapsed from endometriosis pain”]
22 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
ENDOMETRIOSIS sufferers have posed for a series of powerful photos as part of a new exhibition to raise awareness for the “invisible” illness. The exhibition Beyond the Invisible – shot by top snapper Rankin – aims to shine a light on 15 people’s experience with the chronic pain condition. BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Emma Barnett is one of the 15 sufferers included in the Rankin exhibition and was only diagnosed with endometriosis after 20 years of unexplained pain Endometriosis is a chronic condition which occurs when tissue which behaves like the lining of the womb is found outside of the uterus – in areas of the body including the ovaries, fallopian tubes, the abdomen and the bladder. Although the exact cause of the condition remains unknown, more than 1.5 million women in the UK are affected by endometriosis. In an attempt to make this condition “visible” to the public, the internationally-renowned photographer, in partnership with Endometriosis UK and savings company Standard Life, has shot a series of intimate photographs and videos of people who have experience of the condition. Along with photographing media personalities Emma Barnett and Julia Bradbury, 29-year-old Bex Eliff also revealed how this agonising condition left her with periods that lasted up to six months. TV presenter Julia Bradbury also suffers from this debilitating condition Bex Eliff, 29, once had a period that lasted over six months and raised £7,000 for Endometriosis UK last year by running a marathon Katy Johnstone, 23, has been open about how her diagnosis has left her feeling isolated among her peers [bc_video video_id=”6011124152001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Loose Women star Saira Khan opens up about agonising battle with endometriosis “] Last year, Bex ran the London marathon for Endometriosis UK and raised more than £7,000 for the charity. She was first diagnosed with the condition at the age of 15 and would often pass out from the pain. Bex – who works as an acting agent – is now on a waiting list for an operation to treat her endometriosis. Last month it was revealed that millions of women with endometriosis have to wait up to seven years before getting a correct diagnosis. As 87 per cent of women with endometriosis have said it has impacted their financial status and ability to work, the life savings charity Standard Life’s aim is to support women suffering with the invisible illness through this exhibition. According to Endometriosis UK, the chronic condition costs the UK economy £8.2bn a year in loss of work, treatment and healthcare costs. Jade Justice, 30, would take over-the-counter painkillers from the age of 13 to cope with endometriosis Bhavni Fowler, 42, suffered with endometriosis for nine years before getting a diagnosis Sarah Smallbone, 35, co-runs the Endometriosis UK support group for South Essex and was first diagnosed during keyhole surgery for an ovarian cyst Sanchia Alasia is the Mayor of Barking and Dagenham and was diagnosed after nine years The exhibition is currently showing in La Galleria Pall Mall in London before relocating to Edinburgh next month. Describing the inspiration behind his latest work, Rankin said: “I didn’t know a huge amount about endometriosis until Standard Life approached me about collaborating on this project for their Invisible Illnesses campaign. “I just couldn’t believe that one in ten women is living with this; the excruciating pain and the way it negatively affects basically every aspect of their lives. Mum-of-one Kirsten Morgan, 46, was diagnosed at the age of 28 after over a decade of unexplained pain Roxie Gatrell, 29, faced a delay in her diagnosis as her doctor said her case wasn’t valid because she wasn’t in a heterosexual relationship Shazia Ginai, 36, has created a support group for women with endometriosis in North Surrey and is encouraging other young Muslim women to talk more openly about their period “Their relationships, careers and finances suffer due to this sometimes-debilitating condition. “I hope this exhibition can almost make tangible the invisible agony of endometriosis, which is so hard to understand if you are not affected.” Endometriosis UK CEO Emma Cox added: “Delayed diagnosis can have devastating effects on women’s quality of life. “We are delighted to be partnering with Standard Life and impressed with their determination to raise awareness and reduce diagnosis times, helping improve the lives of future generations of women.” Beyond the Invisible is showing in La Galleria Pall Mall from 21-28 March and will be at Stills Gallery in Edinburgh from 1-8 April 2019. [boxout headline=”Symptoms of endometriosis”]Endometriosis is where cells like the ones in the lining of the womb (uterus) are found elsewhere in the body. Each month, these cells react in the same way to those in the womb – building up and then breaking down and bleeding. Unlike the cells in the womb that leave the body as a period, this blood has no way to escape. That can lead to infertility, fatigue, bowel and bladder problems, as well as really heavy, painful periods. It affects one in ten women in the UK. Symptoms include: Painful, heavy, or irregular periods Pain during or after sex Infertility Painful bowel movements Fatigue The cause of endometriosis is unknown and there is no definite cure. According to Endometriosis UK, it takes over seven years on average for women to finally receive a diagnosis. It’s estimated that up to 50 per cent of infertile women has the condition. Source: Endometriosis UK [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In more health news, this endometriosis sufferer endured three decades of agonising pain… until running and acupuncture “cured” her symptoms. And women plagued by endometriosis are “TWICE as likely to develop ovarian cancer”, experts have warned. [bc_video video_id=”5741171767001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ex Coronation Street star Sacha Parkinson reveals she collapsed from endometriosis pain”]
22 Mar 19
The Sun
ENDOMETRIOSIS sufferers have posed for a series of powerful photos as part of a new Rankin exhibition to raise awareness for the “invisible” illness. The exhibition Beyond the Invisible has been developed in partnership with Endometriosis UK and savings company Standard Life to shine a light on 15 people’s experience with the chronic pain condition. BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Emma Barnett is one of the 15 sufferers included in the Rankin exhibition and was only diagnosed with endometriosis after 20 years of unexplained pain Endometriosis is a chronic condition which occurs when tissue which behaves like the lining of the womb is found outside of the uterus – in areas of the body including the ovaries, fallopian tubes, the abdomen and the bladder. Although the exact cause of the condition remains unknown, more than 1.5 million women in the UK are affected by endometriosis. In an attempt to make this condition “visible” to the public, the internationally-renowned photographer has shot a series of intimate photographs and videos of people who have experience of the condition. Along with photographing media personalities Emma Barnett and Julia Bradbury, 29-year-old Bex Eliff also revealed how this agonising condition left her with periods that lasted up to six months. TV presenter Julia Bradbury also suffers from this debilitating condition Bex Eliff, 29, once had a period that lasted over SIX MONTHS and raised £7,000 for Endometriosis UK last year by running a marathon 23-year-old Katy Johnstone has been open about how her diagnosis has left her feeling isolated among her peers [bc_video video_id=”6011124152001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Loose Women star Saira Khan opens up about agonising battle with endometriosis “] Last year, Bex ran the London marathon for Endometriosis UK and raised more than £7,000 for the charity. She was first diagnosed with the condition at the age of 15 and would often pass out from the pain. Bex – who works as an acting agent – is now on a waiting list for an operation to treat her endometriosis. Last month it was revealed that millions of women with endometriosis have to wait up to seven years before getting a correct diagnosis. As 87 per cent of women with endometriosis have said it has impacted their financial status and ability to work, the life savings charity Standard Life’s aim is to support women suffering with the invisible illness through this exhibition. According to Endometriosis UK, the chronic condition costs the UK economy £8.2bn a year in loss of work, treatment and healthcare costs. Jade Justice, 30, would take over-the-counter painkillers from the age of 13 to cope with endometriosis Bhavni Fowler, 42, suffered with endometriosis for nine years before getting a diagnosis Sarah Smallbone, 35, co-runs the Endometriosis UK support group for South Essex and was first diagnosed during keyhole surgery for an ovarian cyst Sanchia Alasia is the Mayor of Barking and Dagenham and was diagnosed after nine years The exhibition is currently showing in La Galleria Pall Mall in London before relocating to Edinburgh next month. Describing the inspiration behind his latest work, Rankin said: “I didn’t know a huge amount about endometriosis until Standard Life approached me about collaborating on this project for their Invisible Illnesses campaign. “I just couldn’t believe that one in ten women is living with this; the excruciating pain and the way it negatively affects basically every aspect of their lives. Mum-of-one Kirsten Morgan, 46, was diagnosed at the age of 28 after over a decade of unexplained pain Roxie Gatrell, 29, faced a delay in her diagnosis as her doctor said her case wasnt valid because she wasn’t in a heterosexual relationship Shazia Ginai, 36, has created a support group for women with endometriosis in Norht Surrey and is encouraging other young muslim women to talk more openly about their period “Their relationships, careers and finances suffer due to this sometimes-debilitating condition. “I hope this exhibition can almost make tangible the invisible agony of endometriosis, which is so hard to understand if you are not affected.” Endometriosis UK CEO Emma Cox added: “Delayed diagnosis can have devastating effects on women’s quality of life. “We are delighted to be partnering with Standard Life and impressed with their determination to raise awareness and reduce diagnosis times, helping improve the lives of future generations of women.” Beyond the Invisible is showing in La Galleria Pall Mall from 21-28 March and will be at Stills Gallery in Edinburgh from 1-8 April 2019. [boxout headline=”Symptoms of endometriosis”]Endometriosis is where cells like the ones in the lining of the womb (uterus) are found elsewhere in the body. Each month, these cells react in the same way to those in the womb – building up and then breaking down and bleeding. Unlike the cells in the womb that leave the body as a period, this blood has no way to escape. That can lead to infertility, fatigue, bowel and bladder problems, as well as really heavy, painful periods. It affects one in ten women in the UK. Symptoms include: Painful, heavy, or irregular periods Pain during or after sex Infertility Painful bowel movements Fatigue The cause of endometriosis is unknown and there is no definite cure. According to Endometriosis UK, it takes over seven years on average for women to finally receive a diagnosis. It’s estimated that up to 50 per cent of infertile women has the condition. Source: Endometriosis UK [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”0″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] In more health news, this endometriosis sufferer endured three decades of agonising pain… until running and acupuncture “cured” her symptoms. And women plagued by endometriosis are “TWICE as likely to develop ovarian cancer”, experts have warned. [bc_video video_id=”5741171767001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ex Coronation Street star Sacha Parkinson reveals she collapsed from endometriosis pain”]
22 Mar 19
The Sun
MOVE over Fern Hawkins and Katie Goodland, the Czech Republic’s Wags are coming to town. England take on the one-time European champions at Wembley Stadium on Friday as they begin their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign. Czech Republic’s Wags include Miss Earth, Nikola Buranska Glamorous Jana Kopcilova is a super mum of two with goalkeeper Tomas Koubek On the field, the Czechs boast plenty of talent, including Sampdoria star Jakub Jankto and Roma striker Patrik Schick. And off it, their Wags are equally impressive. JANA KOPCILOVA IS IN SAFE HANDS Goalie Tomas Koubek is likely to stand in for the injured Tomas Vaclik between the sticks. And his biggest supporter on the night will be Jana, a stunning mother of two. When Jana isn’t dressed to the nines going to a fancy ball with her hubby, she can be seen in the gym. She’s also a keen chef, and completed a course at the prestigious Prague Culinary Institute. THE MODEL WIFE… LITERALLY Pavel Kaderabek has been a staple of the Czech team at right back, while playing his club football in Germany for Hoffenheim. His missus, Tereza Kaderabkova is a model who won Miss Czech Republic 2012. Tereza Kadersbkova is a former Miss Czech Republic 2012 Kadersbkova dates right back Pavel Kaderabek Prague-born beauty Kadersbkova is also a TV presenter View this post on Instagram Kréta💗 #dovolena #crete #vacation #body #summer #love #bikini #model #girl #mommy A post shared by Tereza Kadeřábková(Chlebovská) (@terezakaderabkova) on Jun 20, 2018 at 2:09am PDT The 28-year-old beauty now does some sport reporting for TV station iSport. And she’s also a dab hand in the kitchen, regularly showing off her bakery skills to her 120,000 followers on Instagram in candid snaps. AN ENGLISH ROSE Chelsea-owned Tomas Kalas has been with the West London club since 2010. And having gone on loan deals to Middlesbrough, Fulham and currently Bristol City, it was always likely he might date someone British. For two years, the centre half has been seen with a girl known only as Emma on his arm. She has got her Wag game down to a tee, sharing snaps of fancy holidays to places like Dubai. Jetsetter Emma has also visited the Czech Republic with Kalas countless times to visit his family. FORMER MISS EARTH There’s clearly something in the water in the Czech Republic. Buranska has been with midfielder Filip Novak since 2010 Stunning Buranska is a linguist who is fluent in German and English Buranska is also an environmental advocate in her own country View this post on Instagram 👙Fashion Island #fashionshow A post shared by Nikola Buranska (@nikolaburanska) on Sep 4, 2017 at 7:49am PDT Nikola Buranska, 26, has been in a relationship with midfielder Filip Novak since 2010. In that time, she’s been crowned Czech Republic’s Miss Earth 2014, thanks to her gorgeous brunette looks. Buranska is quite the linguist, is fluent in German and English and has said she’s keen to learn Italian and Spanish. She’s also an environmental advocate, regularly using public transport and boasting about cutting down on the use of household chemicals when cleaning. SHE’S BEEN DOWN TO MILLWALL Brighton and Hove Albion and Millwall fans will be well aware of fearless winger Jiri Skalak. But they might not know too much about his very private girlfriend, known just as Sara. The two welcomed their baby girl, Vanessa last year and Sara, 30, loves posting family photos of the three together enjoying days out. And that even includes supporting daddy from the stands at The Den. HE SHOULD SCHICK WITH HER The Czech Republic’s golden boy, Patrik Schick is the man they hope will get them the goals they need to down the Three Lions. And if her Instagram is anything to go by, Hana Behounkova will be at Wembley to cheer him on. [article-rail-topic title=”latest football features” term_id=”12309″ posts_number=”8″ /] Hana, 21, is a regular at the Stadio Olimpico, and just loves her football. But the beautiful game certainly plays second fiddle to her French Bulldog, who takes centre stage in most of her pictures on Instagram. It’s enough to make Schick sick, surely? Hana Behounkova adorns the arm of Czech Republic hotshot Patrik Schick Behounkova is a regular at the Stadio Olimpico, supporting her man Behounkova loves sharing bikini snaps on Instagram to her 4,000 plus followers A keen dog-lover, Behounkova has a french bulldog she clearly adores View this post on Instagram 🐽My little piggy🐷 A post shared by Hana Běhounková (@hanabehounkova) on Feb 26, 2019 at 12:30pm PST [bc_video video_id=”6015589934001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Euro 2020 qualifier England vs Czech Republic: How can I watch, live stream, kick-off time, team news for Wembley game”]
22 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
MOVE over Fern Hawkins and Katie Goodland, the Czech Republic’s Wags are coming to town. England take on the one-time European champions at Wembley Stadium on Friday as they begin their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign. Czech Republic’s Wags include Miss Earth, Nikola Buranska Glamorous Jana Kopcilova is a super mum of two with goalkeeper Tomas Koubek On the field, the Czechs boast plenty of talent, including Sampdoria star Jakub Jankto and Roma striker Patrik Schick. And off it, their Wags are equally impressive. JANA KOPCILOVA IS IN SAFE HANDS Goalie Tomas Koubek is likely to stand in for the injured Tomas Vaclik between the sticks. And his biggest supporter on the night will be Jana, a stunning mother of two. When Jana isn’t dressed to the nines going to a fancy ball with her hubby, she can be seen in the gym. She’s also a keen chef, and completed a course at the prestigious Prague Culinary Institute. THE MODEL WIFE… LITERALLY Pavel Kaderabek has been a staple of the Czech team at right back, while playing his club football in Germany for Hoffenheim. His missus, Tereza Kaderabkova is a model who won Miss Czech Republic 2012. Tereza Kadersbkova is a former Miss Czech Republic 2012 Kadersbkova dates right back Pavel Kaderabek Prague-born beauty Kadersbkova is also a TV presenter View this post on Instagram Kréta💗 #dovolena #crete #vacation #body #summer #love #bikini #model #girl #mommy A post shared by Tereza Kadeřábková(Chlebovská) (@terezakaderabkova) on Jun 20, 2018 at 2:09am PDT The 28-year-old beauty now does some sport reporting for TV station iSport. And she’s also a dab hand in the kitchen, regularly showing off her bakery skills to her 120,000 followers on Instagram in candid snaps. AN ENGLISH ROSE Chelsea-owned Tomas Kalas has been with the West London club since 2010. And having gone on loan deals to Middlesbrough, Fulham and currently Bristol City, it was always likely he might date someone British. For two years, the centre half has been seen with a girl known only as Emma on his arm. She has got her Wag game down to a tee, sharing snaps of fancy holidays to places like Dubai. Jetsetter Emma has also visited the Czech Republic with Kalas countless times to visit his family. FORMER MISS EARTH There’s clearly something in the water in the Czech Republic. Buranska has been with midfielder Filip Novak since 2010 Stunning Buranska is a linguist who is fluent in German and English Buranska is also an environmental advocate in her own country View this post on Instagram 👙Fashion Island #fashionshow A post shared by Nikola Buranska (@nikolaburanska) on Sep 4, 2017 at 7:49am PDT Nikola Buranska, 26, has been in a relationship with midfielder Filip Novak since 2010. In that time, she’s been crowned Czech Republic’s Miss Earth 2014, thanks to her gorgeous brunette looks. Buranska is quite the linguist, is fluent in German and English and has said she’s keen to learn Italian and Spanish. She’s also an environmental advocate, regularly using public transport and boasting about cutting down on the use of household chemicals when cleaning. SHE’S BEEN DOWN TO MILLWALL Brighton and Hove Albion and Millwall fans will be well aware of fearless winger Jiri Skalak. But they might not know too much about his very private girlfriend, known just as Sara. The two welcomed their baby girl, Vanessa last year and Sara, 30, loves posting family photos of the three together enjoying days out. And that even includes supporting daddy from the stands at The Den. HE SHOULD SCHICK WITH HER The Czech Republic’s golden boy, Patrik Schick is the man they hope will get them the goals they need to down the Three Lions. And if her Instagram is anything to go by, Hana Behounkova will be at Wembley to cheer him on. [article-rail-topic title=”latest football features” term_id=”12309″ posts_number=”8″ /] Hana, 21, is a regular at the Stadio Olimpico, and just loves her football. But the beautiful game certainly plays second fiddle to her French Bulldog, who takes centre stage in most of her pictures on Instagram. It’s enough to make Schick sick, surely? Hana Behounkova adorns the arm of Czech Republic hotshot Patrik Schick Behounkova is a regular at the Stadio Olimpico, supporting her man Behounkova loves sharing bikini snaps on Instagram to her 4,000 plus followers A keen dog-lover, Behounkova has a french bulldog she clearly adores View this post on Instagram 🐽My little piggy🐷 A post shared by Hana Běhounková (@hanabehounkova) on Feb 26, 2019 at 12:30pm PST [bc_video video_id=”6015589934001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Euro 2020 qualifier England vs Czech Republic: How can I watch, live stream, kick-off time, team news for Wembley game”]
22 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
MOVE over Fern Hawkins and Katie Goodland, the Czech Republic’s Wags are coming to town. England take on the one-time European champions at Wembley Stadium on Friday as they begin their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign. Czech Republic’s Wags include Miss Earth, Nikola Buranska Glamorous Jana Kopcilova is a super mum of two with goalkeeper Tomas Koubek On the field, the Czechs boast plenty of talent, including Sampdoria star Jakub Jankto and Roma striker Patrik Schick. And off it, their Wags are equally impressive. JANA KOPCILOVA IS IN SAFE HANDS Goalie Tomas Koubek is likely to stand in for the injured Tomas Vaclik between the sticks. And his biggest supporter on the night will be Jana, a stunning mother of two. When Jana isn’t dressed to the nines going to a fancy ball with her hubby, she can be seen in the gym. She’s also a keen chef, and completed a course at the prestigious Prague Culinary Institute. THE MODEL WIFE… LITERALLY Pavel Kaderabek has been a staple of the Czech team at right back, while playing his club football in Germany for Hoffenheim. His missus, Tereza Kaderabkova is a model who won Miss Czech Republic 2012. Tereza Kadersbkova is a former Miss Czech Republic 2012 Kadersbkova dates right back Pavel Kaderabek Prague-born beauty Kadersbkova is also a TV presenter View this post on Instagram Kréta💗 #dovolena #crete #vacation #body #summer #love #bikini #model #girl #mommy A post shared by Tereza Kadeřábková(Chlebovská) (@terezakaderabkova) on Jun 20, 2018 at 2:09am PDT The 28-year-old beauty now does some sport reporting for TV station iSport. And she’s also a dab hand in the kitchen, regularly showing off her bakery skills to her 120,000 followers on Instagram in candid snaps. AN ENGLISH ROSE Chelsea-owned Tomas Kalas has been with the West London club since 2010. And having gone on loan deals to Middlesbrough, Fulham and currently Bristol City, it was always likely he might date someone British. For two years, the centre half has been seen with a girl known only as Emma on his arm. She has got her Wag game down to a tee, sharing snaps of fancy holidays to places like Dubai. Jetsetter Emma has also visited the Czech Republic with Kalas countless times to visit his family. FORMER MISS EARTH There’s clearly something in the water in the Czech Republic. Buranska has been with midfielder Filip Novak since 2010 Stunning Buranska is a linguist who is fluent in German and English Buranska is also an environmental advocate in her own country View this post on Instagram 👙Fashion Island #fashionshow A post shared by Nikola Buranska (@nikolaburanska) on Sep 4, 2017 at 7:49am PDT Nikola Buranska, 26, has been in a relationship with midfielder Filip Novak since 2010. In that time, she’s been crowned Czech Republic’s Miss Earth 2014, thanks to her gorgeous brunette looks. Buranska is quite the linguist, is fluent in German and English and has said she’s keen to learn Italian and Spanish. She’s also an environmental advocate, regularly using public transport and boasting about cutting down on the use of household chemicals when cleaning. SHE’S BEEN DOWN TO MILLWALL Brighton and Hove Albion and Millwall fans will be well aware of fearless winger Jiri Skalak. But they might not know too much about his very private girlfriend, known just as Sara. The two welcomed their baby girl, Vanessa last year and Sara, 30, loves posting family photos of the three together enjoying days out. And that even includes supporting daddy from the stands at The Den. HE SHOULD SCHICK WITH HER The Czech Republic’s golden boy, Patrik Schick is the man they hope will get them the goals they need to down the Three Lions. And if her Instagram is anything to go by, Hana Behounkova will be at Wembley to cheer him on. [article-rail-topic title=”latest football features” term_id=”12309″ posts_number=”8″ /] Hana, 21, is a regular at the Stadio Olimpico, and just loves her football. But the beautiful game certainly plays second fiddle to her French Bulldog, who takes centre stage in most of her pictures on Instagram. It’s enough to make Schick sick, surely? Hana Behounkova adorns the arm of Czech Republic hotshot Patrik Schick Behounkova is a regular at the Stadio Olimpico, supporting her man Behounkova loves sharing bikini snaps on Instagram to her 4,000 plus followers A keen dog-lover, Behounkova has a french bulldog she clearly adores View this post on Instagram 🐽My little piggy🐷 A post shared by Hana Běhounková (@hanabehounkova) on Feb 26, 2019 at 12:30pm PST [bc_video video_id=”6015589934001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Euro 2020 qualifier England vs Czech Republic: How can I watch, live stream, kick-off time, team news for Wembley game”]
22 Mar 19
Geandry Rodriguez

Professor Browne including Maggie O’Neill into the class was a nice way to look at a different perspective and learn more about women in Irish writing. Someone who we discussed was Emma Donoghue and how from the beginning she was always a controversial author who wrote about things that Irish people wanted to hide and […]

22 Mar 19
High Velocity Sport

Women’s Champions League: Chelsea fans ‘should not be discouraged’ from travelling to PSG https://ift.tt/2YeLcRp BBC reporter Jacqui Oatley said she had “never seen anything like it in the women’s game” Chelsea Women boss Emma Hayes says supporters “should not be discouraged” from travelling to France after weapons were found on a coach carrying Paris St-Germain […]

22 Mar 19
More UK News

BBC reporter Jacqui Oatley said she had “never seen anything like it in the women’s game” Chelsea Women boss Emma Hayes says supporters “should not be discouraged” from travelling to France after weapons were found on a coach carrying Paris St-Germain fans to Thursday’s Champions League quarter-final first leg. Up to 50 PSG fans were […]

22 Mar 19
News Africa Now

March 21, 20193:18 pm Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic will spend the rest of his life in jail for the “sheer scale and systematic cruelty” of his crimes in the war that tore his country apart a quarter of a century ago, UN judges said on Wednesday. Grim-faced and silent, the 73-year-old stood in […]

22 Mar 19
A Bookish Heather

I thought today I’d share with you some of my favourite females in literature! Here are my top 7, I really tried to get it to 5 but I couldn’t! But first some honourable mentions: Honourable Mentions June from The Handmaid’s Tale – She was so badass and I just wanted her to survive! Gemma […]

22 Mar 19
The Spire

Kate McLaughlin ’21 News Editor On March 11, the “I’m Not the Only One: LGBTQ+ Histories at Holy Cross” exhibit celebrated its opening night. The exhibit is part of an ongoing effort to collect and increase access to historical materials relating to LGBTQ+ histories at Holy Cross, as well as to honor the pain, hardships, […]

22 Mar 19
Books and Me!

A huge delight to be the latest stop on the wonderful Blog Tour for THE WILD REMEDY by EMMA MITCHELL.  My thanks to the author and Alara at Michael O’Mara Books for letting me be part of it all. ABOUT THE BOOK Emma Mitchell has suffered with depression – or as she calls it, ‘the […]

22 Mar 19
Krithiga Narayanan

Few decades back, women did not have a significant place in the workforce. Times are changing now and we are seeing more and more women building their careers in many fields. But it is still not enough. We are not seeing enough women in the workforce. We are not seeing more women in leadership positions. […]

22 Mar 19
The Contemporary Gypsy.

Books have always been able to make me happy. Every time I open a new one- I’m transported to a world less mundane than ours. Books help people see new perspectives and can even change a person’s mindset. And that is why today I’m coming to you with a few books that you should definitely […]

22 Mar 19
Archy Worldys

Top story: "It was not clear if she had a plan at all" Buckle up, reader briefing, this is Alison Rourke, who offers you the Brexit drama that just keeps going. After the many months of disagreement, debates and debacles over Brexit in the UK, Europe took control of the timetable. In the nocturnal negotiations […]

22 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

Top story: "It was not clear if she had a plan at all" Attach, briefing readers, it's Alison Rourke who introduces you to the Brexit drama that continues to give. After many months of disagreement, debate and debacle in the UK over Brexit, Europe has regained control of the calendar. In late negotiations on orange-roasted […]