ABBEY Clancy has branded husband Peter Crouch a "scruff" for leaving his "dirty undies everywhere" in their house. The 33-year-old model has been married to the footballer since 2011 and together they have three children, with a fourth on the way. During their time together, Abbey has realised how undomesticated her 38-year-old husband is, and during a new episode of his podcast, she reveals some of his worst habits. She said: "He’s a scruff – putting plates on top of the dishwasher, not in it, empty cartons in the fridge, dirty undies everywhere. Trying to defend himself, Peter said he left clothes on the floor as he has the intention of wearing them the next day. Abbey Clancy is pregnant with her fourth child with Peter Crouch as she reveals her baby bump in Dubai Branding it his "floordrobe", his unimpressed wife added: "You say 'I'm wearing that tomorrow' and you never do and I have to clean it up." Abbey also took aim at Peter's home decor purchases, saying: "Anything … [Read more...] about Abbey Clancy brands husband Peter Crouch a ‘scruff’ as she reveals he’s lazy around their house
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To All the Boys I've Loved Before brought Netflix viewers the resurgence of the rom-com, Noah Centineo in all his gif-worthy glory, and most importantly, breakout star Lana Condor. The Young Adult novel adaptation helped resurrect the lifeless, cheese-laden romantic comedy - but more importantly, Condor was the first Asian American lead in a YA romantic comedy. Condor plays Lara Jean Covey, who sends five letters to (you guessed it) all the boys she loved before. When they're accidentally sent instead of kept secretly in the box in her room, she ends up in a "fake" relationship with Peter Kavinsky, played by Noah Centineo. From there, high jinks ensue - including an inevitable real romance with Peter Kavinsky. The Netflix original was so successful that a much-hyped sequel is already in the works, continuing author Jenny Han’s popular book series. Netflix named the movie as one of its “most viewed original films ever with strong repeat viewing." With … [Read more...] about To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’s Lana Condor talks Peter Kavinsky and the sequel
En marzo murió Stephen Hawking; en abril, Avicii; en agosto, Aretha Franklin; en septiembre, Burt Reynolds; en noviembre, Stan Lee... Todos ellos han fallecido en 2018. Chris Baker, director de arte de la editorial británica Haymarket, los ha incluido en su ya clásico póster de famosos que han muerto a lo largo del año, siempre imitando la icónica portada de los Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Y después de las versiones de 2016 y 2017, por primera vez hay una famosa española: Montserrat Caballé. "Trascendía fronteras y cruzaba las divisiones culturales", dice Baker a Verne por mensaje privado sobre Caballé. "Cuando la música clásica llega al mainstream vive para siempre. El último ejemplo de esto es el dúo de Queen y Caballé. ¿Qué año mejor para reconocerlo que, además, cuando se estrena Bohemian Rhapsody?", añade. Si no conoces a algunos de los que aparece en el … [Read more...] about Un póster para no olvidar a las decenas de famosos que nos han dejado en 2018
We all have cherished memories of the books we read and shared as children. Big friendly giants, honey-loving bears, hungry caterpillars, iron men: these figures populate the vivid imaginary landscapes of our childhoods. Everybody will remember the book that made them laugh and cry, the one that they turn to again and again. Like totems, we pass them on to our own children, each book a spell in itself. But there isn’t room in this list for everything. I’m sure that every single reader will gasp at omissions and query the order. There are many personal favourites that I’ve left out, and many more 20th- and 21st-century writers whom I would have liked to include. This isn’t intended as a definitive ranking; but as an overview, and a guide. You’ll recognise many; a few perhaps will be not so well known, but deserve more attention. I’ve considered influence as well as originality; but crucially, all of the books here have stood the tests of … [Read more...] about 30 best children’s books: From Peter Rabbit to Artemis Fowl
Zeit Online published its investigation into equality in the federal government on Monday, raising questions of deep divisions and gender discrimination in Germany. Since 1949, there have been 692 secretaries of state and only three percent have been women, the newspaper reports. In 668 cases a man was selected for this office, while a woman was nominated 24 times. When women who have been appointed several times have been subtracted from this figure, there have only been 19 female civil servant secretaries of state in total since 1949. At the same time, 24 men whose first names were Hans became state secretaries, and 18 whose names were Karl. That means that in 69 years of the Federal Republic, more men named Hans than women in general have taken up this important role as administrative head of ministries. Zeit found men dominate most ministeries even though a gender equality law put into place 17 years ago was supposed to change this. Still in March, the new coalition … [Read more...] about Too many Hans and not enough women in top German government roles?