She's the fitness trainer who's always on the move. But on Thursday, Michelle Bridges ditched the workout gear to bond with her precious baby boy. The 45-year-old Biggest Loser Australia trainer enjoyed a tender moment with her six-month-old son Axel during a morning beach outing. Scroll down for video Too cute: Michelle Bridges shared this sweet photo of her six-month-old son Axel via Instagram on Thursday Dressed in warm winter gear and sporting a rosy glow, the beaming reality star posed for a photo shared on Instagram alongside her boy. The mother-son duo both flashed large smiles for the camera as Axel caressed his mother's cheek. 'Winter. Beach. Love.,' Michelle captioned the photo. Sleeping Angel: Baby Axel closely resembles both Michelle and his personal trainer father, Steve 'The Commando' Willis The fitness fanatic's followers wasted no time double tapping the sweet picture and many were quick to point out Axel's striking resemblance to his … [Read more...] about Oh baby! Michelle Bridges bonds with precious son Axel whose long eyelashes and big blue eyes bear a striking resemblance to The Biggest Loser trainer
Johnny Depp's wife Amber Heard was handed a one-month good behaviour bond and fined $1,000 after she pleaded guilty to falsifying border protection documents. Two other charges of illegal importation brought against Heard, 29, were dropped in a Gold Coast court on Monday due to lack of evidence after she failed to declare the couple's two dogs on her arrival into Australia last year. A conviction was not recorded against Heard after her lawyers argued it would impact on her work as an actress and the bond included a $1,000 recognisance. Before Heard was sentenced, Magistrate Bernadette Callaghan was told that the actress failing to declare Yorkshire terriers Pistol and Boo had been 'a tired, terrible mistake'. And it seems jet lag got the better of the couple again when Heard had to elbow her snoozing husband Depp, 52, during her defence team's statements on Monday afternoon. Scroll down for video Johnny Depp and his wife Amber Heard leaving … [Read more...] about Amber Heard gets a good behaviour bond and $1,000 fine for falsifying quarantine documents to bring her pet dogs into Australia… but has to elbow husband Johnny Depp awake after he nods off in court
I don’t believe you, Sam Mendes, when you use your silky lawyerly circumlocutions to persuade me that Christophe Waltz is not playing Ernst Stavro Blofeld in Spectre. Waltz himself offers a more thoroughgoing denial – “I guarantee you” – that I don’t believe for a second, either. I saw the trailer. I saw you in that navy-blue Nehru jacket, standing before a line of techies bent over their monitors, in what I can only conjecture is your retro-Blofeldian lair, with a fluffy white Persian cat near at hand, I’ll wager. Don’t lie to me: I know you’re Blofeld! Why do I know? Well, in 2013 the Bond producers settled that epic, half-century-old, Jarndyce v Jarndyce-style lawsuit with Danjaq Productions over rights to the characters from Thunderball. Among other things, it grants them the right to revive the serial villain who appeared in three Bond novels and five of the Connery adaptations. Secondly, the Daniel Craig reboot has given 007 … [Read more...] about Spectre: just who is Christoph Waltz?
Life is tough for high street retailers and likely to get worse in 2018. That’s the clear message following a difficult Christmas for most shopping chains and signals from the banks that they aim to bring a three-year bonanza of cheap consumer credit to an end, or at least severely restrict its further growth. Supermarkets were among the survivors as shoppers chose to spend a few extra pounds on food to cope with inflation. But that meant cutbacks elsewhere. Clothing, shoes and furniture joined a list of items shoppers decided they could do without – or, if they needed them, they went online for a cheap deal. Next was among the retailers to enjoy a degree of expansion after it was rescued by healthy online sales. Marks & Spencer struggled to make any headway after its failure to entice customers to its website. If the health of the high street depends on anyone, it is the big discounters like Aldi and Lidl in the supermarket wars and B&M, which is the Primark of … [Read more...] about If government doesn’t help the high streets, we’ll be shopping in ghost towns
Adorable footage of a cat, magpie and baby kangaroo snuggled up together being the best of friends has gone viral. West Australian Anandii Macrides already had Michonne the cat when her partner brought rescue baby magpie Anya home a year ago. They were soon joined by Taro the joey and an unlikely friendship between the trio began. Proving that three isn't always a crowd, Anya has established a close bond with the critters, despite magpies being renowned for their aggressive nature. Taro the joey, Michonne the cat and rescue magpie Anya have formed an unlikely friendship Recent footage shared by their owner shows 'the three stooges' huddled together on the lounge. As Taro tries to sleep, Michonne decides his marsupial mate needs a wash as Anya returns the favour by bathing the cat and the joey. 'It was raining and hailing outside and Taro was on the couch sleeping,' Ms Macrides said. 'I went to do something and when I came back this is what I found. 'Michonne grooming Taro … [Read more...] about Feline good! Adorable moment a cat grooms a kangaroo before a MAGPIE joins in