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21 Jul 19
for whom the bell tolls

It is a sign of how far I’ve come that I volunteered for holidays with V’s extended family. Heck, I chose the places. Both are places I’ve wanted to visit, but kind of avoided because I didn’t want to stay with family. Actually, in the case of Sydney, I had been there once and it […]

21 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
PRINCE George roars with laughter as he shows off his pride in the Three Lions on his birthday. The royal youngster wore an England top in heartwarming snaps taken by mum Kate for his sixth birthday. Prince George gives a huge gap-toothed smile in pictures released for his sixth birthday Dad Wills is the President of the Football Association – and young George has already shown he’s got some silky skills. Before his first birthday in 2014, the Sun suggested England should sign him up as his kicking was so good. He’s also shown his dribbling prowess with his sister Charlotte at a polo match earlier this month. The two pictures of gorgeous George in his England top were taken last month in the Kensington Palace garden by proud mum Kate, 37. The young royal shows his pride in a Three Lions shirt The Duchess of Cambridge also took the third photo of George this week – on their hols on the exclusive Caribbean island of Mustique. The grinning lad shows he’s starting to lose his baby teeth and growing up fast. The Cambridges flew to the luxury hideaway of Mustique last week and will celebrate George’s sixth birthday there tomorrow. The prince is on holiday with parents Wills & Kate, sister Charlotte, four, and little brother Louis, one. Kate also released a picture of George on holiday in Mustique The Sun can exclusively reveal the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge splashed the cash to stay at a £27,000-a-week villa. The five bedroom luxury holiday pad includes a kids’ room fitted with two bunk beds, a chef, butler, housekeeper and private garden. Kate and Wills are holidaying on the island with her family – which has been a favoured holiday destination for years. The kids have been staying in the children’s room which is decorated with whales on the walls, and comes complete with an elephant laundry basket. Prince George’s first birthday was marked with a photo showing him at a butterfly exhibition at the Natural History Museum This photo of Prince George and Princess Charlotte was shared ahead of his second birthday An island source said: “The Cambridges are staying at the newest villa on the island and is totally set up for a family. “The kids who have stayed there before absolutely love the bunk beds and child friendly facilities. “As the villa is fully staffed they can also ask for whatever they want, whenever they want.” Over-looking the ocean, the villa also includes an 18 metre infinity pool and al-fresco dining area to take in the views. A snap of George in a stripy jumper was shared for his third birthday The young prince showed off his cheeky grin in a picture ahead of his fourth birthday The home was built in 2016 and is owned by property developer Andrew Dunn – a long-time pal of Prince William. The live in chef also provides a tailored menu to keep the entire family happy, with the brochure boasting: “The focus is on al fresco dining. With a choice of indoor and outdoor dining locations, and a trained chef, menus can be tailored to suit every taste and preference.” A sample menu shows prawn ceviche, grilled lobster and slow cooked baby back ribs as the chef’s signature dishes. Mustique has long been a favourite of the Royals and the Middleton family – who have been holidaying there for years. George also gave a big smile in a photo celebrating his fifth birthday [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The island, which is part of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, has hosted a number of royal and A-lister holidaymakers over the years. The 1,400-acre island was the haunt of Princess Margaret back in the day, along with the likes of Mick Jagger and Cara Delevingne. Mustique is an entirely private island and has its own police force to keep its rockstar and socialite clientele away from prying eyes. Prince George is third-in-line to the throne [boxout headline=”An ordinary, smiling six-year-old”]By Arthur Edwards, Sun Royal Photographer WHEN you look at Kate’s picture of Prince George you cannot help but smile. We are used to seeing formal shots, but in this snap George looks like any ordinary, smiling six-year-old. He does not seem to like cameras much, often looking shy at public occasions. But Kate has brilliantly captured him happy and relaxed. Kate’s photography has got better and better. But what is great about her pictures is she shares lots of them with us. [/boxout] [bc_video video_id=”6060268098001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”As Prince George turns six – we take a look back as his cutest moments”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
21 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
PRINCE George roars with laughter as he shows off his pride in the Three Lions on his birthday. The royal youngster wore an England top in heartwarming snaps taken by mum Kate for his sixth birthday. Prince George gives a huge gap-toothed smile in pictures released for his sixth birthday Dad Wills is the President of the Football Association – and young George has already shown he’s got some silky skills. Before his first birthday in 2014, the Sun suggested England should sign him up as his kicking was so good. He’s also shown his dribbling prowess with his sister Charlotte at a polo match earlier this month. The two pictures of gorgeous George in his England top were taken last month in the Kensington Palace garden by proud mum Kate, 37. The young royal shows his pride in a Three Lions shirt The Duchess of Cambridge also took the third photo of George this week – on their hols on the exclusive Caribbean island of Mustique. The grinning lad shows he’s starting to lose his baby teeth and growing up fast. The Cambridges flew to the luxury hideaway of Mustique last week and will celebrate George’s sixth birthday there tomorrow. The prince is on holiday with parents Wills & Kate, sister Charlotte, four, and little brother Louis, one. Kate also released a picture of George on holiday in Mustique The Sun can exclusively reveal the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge splashed the cash to stay at a £27,000-a-week villa. The five bedroom luxury holiday pad includes a kids’ room fitted with two bunk beds, a chef, butler, housekeeper and private garden. Kate and Wills are holidaying on the island with her family – which has been a favoured holiday destination for years. The kids have been staying in the children’s room which is decorated with whales on the walls, and comes complete with an elephant laundry basket. Prince George’s first birthday was marked with a photo showing him at a butterfly exhibition at the Natural History Museum This photo of Prince George and Princess Charlotte was shared ahead of his second birthday An island source said: “The Cambridges are staying at the newest villa on the island and is totally set up for a family. “The kids who have stayed there before absolutely love the bunk beds and child friendly facilities. “As the villa is fully staffed they can also ask for whatever they want, whenever they want.” Over-looking the ocean, the villa also includes an 18 metre infinity pool and al-fresco dining area to take in the views. A snap of George in a stripy jumper was shared for his third birthday The young prince showed off his cheeky grin in a picture ahead of his fourth birthday The home was built in 2016 and is owned by property developer Andrew Dunn – a long-time pal of Prince William. The live in chef also provides a tailored menu to keep the entire family happy, with the brochure boasting: “The focus is on al fresco dining. With a choice of indoor and outdoor dining locations, and a trained chef, menus can be tailored to suit every taste and preference.” A sample menu shows prawn ceviche, grilled lobster and slow cooked baby back ribs as the chef’s signature dishes. Mustique has long been a favourite of the Royals and the Middleton family – who have been holidaying there for years. George also gave a big smile in a photo celebrating his fifth birthday [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The island, which is part of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, has hosted a number of royal and A-lister holidaymakers over the years. The 1,400-acre island was the haunt of Princess Margaret back in the day, along with the likes of Mick Jagger and Cara Delevingne. Mustique is an entirely private island and has its own police force to keep its rockstar and socialite clientele away from prying eyes. Prince George is third-in-line to the throne [boxout headline=”An ordinary, smiling six-year-old”]By Arthur Edwards, Sun Royal Photographer WHEN you look at Kate’s picture of Prince George you cannot help but smile. We are used to seeing formal shots, but in this snap George looks like any ordinary, smiling six-year-old. He does not seem to like cameras much, often looking shy at public occasions. But Kate has brilliantly captured him happy and relaxed. Kate’s photography has got better and better. But what is great about her pictures is she shares lots of them with us. [/boxout] [bc_video video_id=”6060268098001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”As Prince George turns six – we take a look back as his cutest moments”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk  
21 Jul 19
VICTHOREBUZ BLOG

The Netherlands goalkeeper could assume a basic job in helping the Red and Whites hold off Barcelona for a second in a row Liga Iberdrola title. Sari van Veenendaal has for some time been probably the best goalkeeper in ladies’ football, yet she as of late turned into an easily recognized name on the quality […]

21 Jul 19
MoniqSales

WWhen a fashion designer's last show was – by his own admission – their favorite thing they ever did, what do they do six months later when showtime comes back on stage again? If you are the artistic director of Dior Men, Kim Jones, use the past to fuel the future. Collaborating with the contemporary […]