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5h Megan Barton-Hanson EXCLUSIVE: Love Island star on her crusade to destigmatise sex work
Daily Mail
The 24-year-old former exotic dancer, who found love with Wes Nelson in the villa, oozed confidence as she admitted to 'loving' her body
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 Patrick Schwarzenegger sports burly beard on LA lunch date with girlfriend Abby Champion 5h Patrick Schwarzenegger sports burly beard on LA lunch date with girlfriend Abby Champion
Daily Mail
The 25-year-old USC grad showed his hometown pride wearing a yellow Los Angeles Rams jersey and blue cap
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6h Boris Becker cuts a casual figure as he hobbles on crutches with bold red trainers for London outing
Daily Mail
Adding to his plight, the legendary sportsman underwent surgery earlier this month when he had cancerous cells cut off his face
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7h Kyle Richards shows off bikini body with husband Mauricio Umansky while in Hawaii
Daily Mail
Kyle Richards hit the beach on the Big Island of Hawaii with husband Mauricio Umansky in a bikini and sarong wrap ahead of the wedding of RHOBH castmate Camille Grammer.
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 Nicole Kidman, 51, stuns in tight lycra costume as mermaid warrior Atlanna in Aquaman 8h Nicole Kidman, 51, stuns in tight lycra costume as mermaid warrior Atlanna in Aquaman
Daily Mail
Nicole Kidman stars as Atlanna, the former Queen of Atlantis, in DC Comics' upcoming blockbuster Aquaman.
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9h Updated The Mummy Diaries: Season three teaser is released
Daily Mail
A series of clips gave a flavour of what's to come later this month, as Billie was seen trying on dresses as she prepares to walk the aisle following a four-year engagement
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 Julianne Hough steps out in style in a flowing floral dress and baker boy cap 11h Julianne Hough steps out in style in a flowing floral dress and baker boy cap
Daily Mail
Julianne Hough, 30, scored a style win as she headed out with a female friend to grab a juice in Los Angeles on Sunday.
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12h Sara Sampaio dares to bare in plunging red dress at SBE Make A Wish benefit in Los Angeles
Daily Mail
The 27-year-old showcased her stunning figure in a daring red gown with a neckline that plunged right to her navel.
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13h EastEnders star James Bye reveals he and wife Victoria are expecting a baby boy
Daily Mail
James and Victoria Bye have revealed that their third child will be a boy... and that they were told they might not be able to have another baby at all.
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 Top Gear: Paddy McGuinness and Freddie Flintoff replacing Matt LeBlanc 13h Top Gear: Paddy McGuinness and Freddie Flintoff replacing Matt LeBlanc
Daily Mail
Top Gear have signed Paddy McGuinness and former cricketer Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff as new hosts, the BBC confirmed in a statement on Monday morning.
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 Top Gear: Paddy McGuinness and cricket legend Freddie Flintoff signed by BBC to replace Matt LeBlanc 14h Updated Top Gear: Paddy McGuinness and cricket legend Freddie Flintoff signed by BBC to replace Matt LeBlanc
Daily Mail
Top Gear have signed Paddy McGuinness and former cricketer Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff as new hosts, the BBC confirmed in a statement on Monday morning.
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 Paula Abdul, 56, FALLS off stage face first during Mississippi concert 17h Updated Paula Abdul, 56, FALLS off stage face first during Mississippi concert
Daily Mail
Paula Abdul wipe out on stage and tumbled head first into the crowd during a performance in Mississippi on Saturday.
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 Natalie Portman is Sunday casual in white t-shirt and blue jeans as she picks up coffee to go in LA 21h Natalie Portman is Sunday casual in white t-shirt and blue jeans as she picks up coffee to go in LA
Daily Mail
The actress, 37, sported a pair of large cat's eye sunglasses. She appeared to be not wearing any makeup and left her shoulder-length brunette hair loose.
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 Ariana Grande enjoys a shopping trip with friends in New York City 21h Ariana Grande enjoys a shopping trip with friends in New York City
Daily Mail
She recently called off her engagement to Pete Davidson. And on Sunday, it appeared the one thing to keep Ariana Grande's mind from her troubled love life was to enjoy a shopping spree.
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22h Danny Dyer, 41, goes topless at James Bulger Memorial Trust charity football event
Daily Mail
Danny Dyer took a break from his hectic schedule to play in a star-studded charity football match in Merseyside, on Sunday, in aid of the James Bulger Memorial Trust.
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 Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel slash price of New York luxury penthouse by $1.5million 23h Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel slash price of New York luxury penthouse by $1.5million
Daily Mail
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have slashed the price of their New York penthouse.
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 Strictly Come Dancing: Friendly--exes Karen and Kevin Clifton share intimate hug 27h Strictly Come Dancing: Friendly--exes Karen and Kevin Clifton share intimate hug
Daily Mail
Karen and Kevin Clifton showed there was still a lot of love between them on Saturday night's Strictly Come Dancing, as they shared an intimate hug on the live show.
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 Megan Barton-Hanson puts on loved-up display with beau Wes Nelson at BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards 28h Updated Megan Barton-Hanson puts on loved-up display with beau Wes Nelson at BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards
Daily Mail
Megan Barton-Hanson and her boyfriend Wes Nelson were seen putting on a loved-up display as they attended the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards at the SSE Wembley Arena on Sunday.
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 Emilia Clarke channels androgynous chic as she reunites with Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer 32h Updated Emilia Clarke channels androgynous chic as she reunites with Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer
Daily Mail
Emilia Clarke looked every inch the superstar as she joined fellow Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer at the BFI London Film Festival Awards Party in London, on Saturday night.
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36h Stop digging! It’s bad for your soil – and you | James Wong
The Guardian
The most back-breaking job in the garden is not necessary – because worms will aerate your beds As the leaves turn, traditional horticultural advice is to get out and dig over your beds. Based on the belief that this aerates the soil, reduces weeds and boosts fertility, for generations of gardeners this has been an unquestioned annual tradition. But when tested scientifically, this backbreaking job not only has often failed to deliver such benefits, but may in some cases have the exact opposite effect. So here’s my advice for boosting your soil: ditch the toil this autumn. Digging, and in particular the Victorian practice of “double digging”, is without doubt one of the most time-consuming and physically demanding tasks in horticulture. Though on very heavily compacted soils (such as those that have been trodden on when wet) it can improve the crumb-like structure and introduce beneficial air pockets, studies have shown that in most cases this practice does more harm than good.
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The photographer taking the Twitter war to Trump37h The photographer taking the Twitter war to Trump
The Guardian
Former White House photographer Pete Souza has turned his portraits of Obama into spiky ripostes to the tweet-happy current president Inauguration Day 2017 was an emotional day. I had spent eight years visually documenting President Barack Obama’s time in office as his chief official White House photographer, and I was exhausted. I looked forward to a break, but knew I’d miss interacting with him and my White House friends. We had all grown close and would suddenly be separated that day at noon. What made the day surreal was the person Obama was handing the keys over to. It wasn’t Hillary Clinton, as we all had thought. It was a carnival barker who had ascended to the presidency by sheer bravado, bullshit and outright lies. As our helicopter lifted off, one of my White House “family members” asked me how I was doing. “I’m depressed,” I said. “I watched this guy” – pointing to Obama, seated across from us – “every week in the Situation Room, asking thoughtful questions, listening to advice, making tough decisions on important issues. But this other guy…” I said, glancing out the window to where the new president had watched us depart, “is not capable of that.”
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If only our love of all things camp was more than skin deep | Eva Wiseman38h If only our love of all things camp was more than skin deep | Eva Wiseman
The Guardian
The mainstreaming of camp must not smother our bigotry with a piece of chiffon The category for next year’s Met Gala is… CAMP. I gasped, theatrically, with joy when I read this news, despite having been NFI for the past three years and indeed ever, and despite my only interaction with this annual fashion party being a feverish bitchiness the next morning scrolling bitterly through Instagram. I am, however, very good at fashion parties, please note this, Anna Wintour. I’m very complimentary of other people’s shoes and happy to eat most canapés. Once, when I was aged approximately 21 and slightly high on mini burgers and free cocktails, I shot flirty smiles to a handsome guy on the other side of the party for hours before realising he was a catwalk model projected on the wall. My eternal catchphrase: “Dignity, dignity, dignity.” 2019’s Met Gala theme, which relishes ironic irreverence, has a particular resonance today, when international politics appear to be hurtling as one into the toilet from
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Would it be easier to raise my baby boy back in Ireland?38h Would it be easier to raise my baby boy back in Ireland?
The Guardian
Many family and friends simply assumed we’d be coming home, writes Séamas O’Reilly. And it’s not that it isn’t tempting… When we had our baby, a lot of our family and friends started asking if we’d return to Ireland. Some skipped the doubting phase altogether and plainly asserted they’d see us back before long, as if the mere sight of his cherubic brow would cause us to quit the misery of England, the packed streets and our little flat. It was alarming to hear this refrain come from so many mouths, but more alarming still was the fact I started considering the question myself. The pull of home is, to some extent, a pull toward my own childhood
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39h Mary Portas: ‘It was a question of how do I want to work as a woman?’
The Guardian
After reaching the top of her profession, retail guru Mary Portas had an epiphany. She tells Rachel Cooke how she found her true sense of self It goes without saying that there’s more to Mary Portas than her hairstyle. But her Belisha beacon bob makes for an arresting sight at the open-plan offices of her communications agency in Bloomsbury, London. Surrounded by desks, computers and smiling younger people, she strikes you as by far the most fascinating thing in the room – and that’s even before you get to her wacky jeans, their legs as wide as sails, and her knuckle-duster, satellite dish-sized rings that might have come from an auction of the effects of Dame Edith Sitwell. “No, it is
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It’s a jungle out there: Costa Rica with kids40h It’s a jungle out there: Costa Rica with kids
The Guardian
Full of exotic animals and rainforests but also child-friendly, Costa Rica is the perfect natural playground for a family adventure It’s dark in the rainforest, the air thick with strange croaks and chirps, and our group moves slowly, following José’s torchlight. As he gestures for us to stop, we gather around in silence, the adults as keen as the children to see what he’s spotted. There on a leaf, with its bulging orange eyes, neat green body and comically big tangerine feet, sits a Costa Rican tree frog. Cue delighted squeals all round. “It’s so cute!” whispers my niece, Georgia, and I nod, partly relieved it’s not a boa constrictor or tarantula.
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Nigel Slater’s prune recipes41h Nigel Slater’s prune recipes
The Guardian
Rich and dark, prunes add a hint of gooey sweetness There is a shelf in the kitchen that is home to glass jars of dried fruits: apricots for lamb tagine; figs for marinating in glasses of muscat; dates for wolfing from the jar. There are also prunes that rarely get much of an outing. Beyond the airtight lid lie notes of liquorice and vanilla, lumps of fudgy, intensely sweet dried plums to add to chocolate cakes or to serve with walnuts after dinner. I have dipped them in chocolate on several occasions, dark at first, then a milk version, which turned out to be a happier marriage. (You can reach for the dark 80% chocolate all too quickly.) I like finding a prune in a rough textured pork terrine, too, the sort of paté that comes wrapped in bacon and crumbles as you spread it on rounds of hot, thick toast. Simmered in a good chicken stock, the prune’s dense flesh becomes silky. It was probably the old
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Autumn comes to the summerhouse | Allan Jenkins41h Autumn comes to the summerhouse | Allan Jenkins
The Guardian
As the seasons change, it’s time to look at the trees and appreciate the colour and growth that another year has brought The long dry summer is over at the Danish summerhouse. Every rain brings green. The grass is back, the tree cover mostly intact. The giant oaks at the rear appear to have panicked. So many acorns, I could feed a pig. They litter the deck, clatter off the rooftop, cluster in the grass. We spot the black squirrel running through branches, tufted pointy ears cocked, entirely unconcerned.
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From the archive: an early insight into the glamorous Trump lifestyle41h From the archive: an early insight into the glamorous Trump lifestyle
The Guardian
It’s May 1992 and Ivana Trump has just written her debut blockbuster – which seems to draw rather heavily on her own life ‘Glamorous young Czech skis her way to freedom from Eastern bloc, sets up successful hotel business in America and marries a millionaire.’ This is not Ivana Trump’s autobiography, writes Anthea Gerrie in the
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Lister LFT-666 preview: ‘The cars from Cambridge are back’ | Martin Love41h Lister LFT-666 preview: ‘The cars from Cambridge are back’ | Martin Love
The Guardian
The famous racing car brand which dominated the 1950s and 1960s is roaring back on to our roads, thanks to its enthusiastic new owners
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Träkol, Gateshead: ‘Outrageously good’ – restaurant review | Jay Rayner41h Träkol, Gateshead: ‘Outrageously good’ – restaurant review | Jay Rayner
The Guardian
Housed in shipping units by the Tyne, Träkol serves food so delicious you won’t be able to contain yourself
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Calm your soul and reboot your skin with a fruity face mask41h Calm your soul and reboot your skin with a fruity face mask
The Guardian
Summer’s over for Gemma – no more disco nights, it’s all turned into gong baths and yoga I’m calling this season ‘fix up, look sharp’ – a mantra I’m trying to go by, which means looking after oneself whenever possible. I’ll be replacing the rock’n’rolling of summer with holistic, soul-calming pursuits. You’ll find me at a gong bath of an eve instead of a disco; or a sweaty, stretchy yoga session (my favourite is
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A taste of Tasmania41h A taste of Tasmania
The Guardian
Pinot noirs and chardonnays thrive in the cool oceanic climate
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J Laverack bicycle review: ‘Wonderfully poised and balanced’ | Martin Love41h J Laverack bicycle review: ‘Wonderfully poised and balanced’ | Martin Love
The Guardian
Titanium-framed and built for adventure, the bikes of this young British firm are as tough as they are good looking
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I got back with my ex – and then he went off with someone else | Mariella Frostrup41h I got back with my ex – and then he went off with someone else | Mariella Frostrup
The Guardian
There’s nothing about this man worth clinging on to – and you know it, Mariella Frostrup tells an angry woman
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41h Beauty tips: make waves with sea-green eyes
The Guardian
Try seaweed and emerald shades of eyeshadow and wait for the envious looks Green eyeshadow, in shades of seaweed and emerald, glittered from the AW18 catwalk. At Ashish, the models wore it beneath bold Egyptian-style cat’s eye kohl, swooshed up to the brow with a hint of gold. It was divine. Though you’ll be seeing green, it’s everyone else who will be jealous.
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20 Oct 9:55pm Updated Madison Beer gets pulses racing in eye-popping ensemble as she rocks halter top and denim cut-offs
Daily Mail
She's soon to have her name on everyone's lips. And budding superstar Madison Beer flaunted her flawless figure as she was spotted out and about in West Hollywood on Saturday.
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 Craig Revel-Horwood drank the whiskey that killed his alcoholic father 20 Oct 8:32pm Craig Revel-Horwood drank the whiskey that killed his alcoholic father
Daily Mail
Craig, 53, and his sister sipped the dregs of the drink on the plane while flying home to Australia to help clear Philip's house a few weeks after the funeral.
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The tip-off from a Nazi that saved my grandparents 20 Oct 7:47pm The tip-off from a Nazi that saved my grandparents
BBC
A Jewish tailor was advised to flee Denmark in 1943 by a German client. But why would this leading Nazi defy Hitler?
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