They are former Love Island stars who have now transformed into Instagram influencers. And Kady McDermott, 24, and Yewande Biala, 23, stepped out to support another social media star as they attended the Jena Frumes x Primark launch at Restaurant Ours in London on Thursday evening. Kady looked glam in a black and white animal print mini dress, which she teamed with white knee-high boots, while Yewande opted for a chic all-white ensemble. Girls' night! Kady McDermott, 24,(eft) and Yewande Biala, 23 (right) attended the Jena Frumes x Primark launch at Restaurant Ours in London on Thursday evening The star drew the eye to her trim thighs in her ruched mini dress, which boasted a high neckline and long sleeves. Kady ensured her tan was displayed to the maximum with the help of her white pointed boots and a small top-handle bag. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Love Island's Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen share a kiss as... Amanda Holden, 48, puts … [Read more...] about Love Island’s Kady McDermott and Yewande Biala step out in stylish ensembles as they attend clothing collection launch
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A mother-of-four who is accused of murdering her wealthy farmer husband has told a jury the violent messages she exchanged with her lover discussing how to kill him were just 'rubbish chat', a court has heard. Angela Taylor, 53, is accused of working with Paul Cannon, 54, to kill her husband William 'Bill' Taylor after nearly 25 years of marriage. The 69-year-old wealthy farmer was last seen on June 3 last year at his home, Harkness Hall in Gosmore, Hertfordshire. His body was found eight months later in a river by a passing fisherman. Giving evidence at St Albans Crown Court today, she said the messages, which included highly sexual texts with lover Paul Cannon were 'meaningless.' Angela Taylor, 53, (right) is accused of working with Paul Cannon, 54, to kill her husband William 'Bill' Taylor (left) after nearly 25 years of marriage. She told a jury they were sent when she was drinking and it was never intended they should be taken seriously. 'We were just venting … [Read more...] about Mother-of-four, 53, who is accused of murdering her wealthy farmer husband tells a jury that highly sexual WhatsApp messages she exchanged with her lover discussing how to kill him were just ‘rubbish chat’
A couple revealed how they transformed the dingy ground floor of their Victorian terraced house into a modern light-filled living space in Your Home Made Perfect last night. Helen and Rob, from St Albans, appeared on the BBC 2 show and spent £100,000 converting the extension of their property into a modern warehouse-style space with a homely feel. The extension was before made up of a cramped kitchen, a dark and dingy utility room and their main bathroom - which was inconvenient for the couple and their young daughter. They were shown two designs, via VR, from two competing architects, but in the end went for the design which was less edgy and worked well with the rest of the house - a decision which fans of the show agreed with them on. The extension was before made up of a cramped kitchen (pictured), a dark and dingy utility room and their main bathroom - which was inconvenient for the couple and their young daughter The couple spent £100,000 converting the cramped … [Read more...] about Couple reveal how they transformed the dingy ground floor of their Victorian terraced house into a modern light-filled living space for £100K on Your Home Made Perfect
Mrs Twilley told the Consistory Court judge, John Gallagher (pictured) that she wouldn't have put his ashes there if he had known it was consecrated land An atheist mother has won a rare court case to exhume the ashes of her two-year-old son after they were buried in unconsecrated land by mistake 15 years ago. Karen Twilley, from Hertfordshire, who is a strict atheist, wishes to be buried alongside her baby, Ted, when she passes away in an unconsecrated plot in the same cemetery. In her evidence to the court she had told the judge: 'He's on his own. As his Mum I should be buried with him.' The ruling by a judge of the Church of England's Consistory Court brings to an end a costly legal battle by the committed atheists, builder Robin Twilley and his wife Karen. Their baby son Ted's ashes were buried in consecrated ground by mistake at Cheshunt Cemetery in June 2004. Ted was born on January 12 2004 by caesarean section but two days later suffered a brain haemorrhage. … [Read more...] about Atheist woman wins right to exhume cremated remains of baby boy who died 15 years ago so he can be buried in unconsecrated land next to her when she dies
“With Leon Clarke making his Premier League debut at the age of 34 for Sheffield United against Liverpool, who is the oldest debutant in a top division?” tweets Joe Turner. We’ve unearthed a golden oldie who can beat the ageing Blade by two years. Now-retired Brighton defender Bruno captained the Seagulls to promotion and then made his first appearance in the English top flight at 36 and only two months shy of his 37th birthday. But Tom Aldous points us in the direction of Graham Alexander who, at the ripe age of 37, made his Premier League debut for Burnley in 2009. Italy has always been an accommodating place for footballers who have got a fair few miles on the clock, so it is little surprise that a 39-year-old made his bow in Serie A in 2016. Goalkeeper Maurizio Pugliesi turned out for Empoli against Torino in the last game of the season and ended up on the winning team too, the home side victorious 2-1. Sticking with goalkeepers, the one and only John Burridge was … [Read more...] about Who is the oldest footballer to make their debut in a top-flight division?