She's considered one of the most beautiful supermodels in the world. And Heidi Klum proved worthy of the title as she flaunted her magnificent figure in a pair of black panties via Instagram on Wednesday. The 45-year-old German stunner showcased her pert derriere as she looked over the Hong Kong skyline with her fiance Tom Kaulitz. Rear view: Heidi Klum, 45, flaunted her magnificent figure in a pair of black panties via Instagram on Wednesday Daring to impress, the television personality looked overjoyed as she spent the day with her new beau. The couple confirmed their engagement earlier this year, after going public with their relationship in May last year. And Heidi has admitted that her four children Helene, 14, Henry, 14, son Johan, 12, and Lou, 9, 'can't wait for the wedding' as they love their rocker stepfather-to-be, 29. Speaking to Closer magazine on Tuesday, the model, 45, gushed: 'The kids adore Tom. They can't wait for the wedding! They'll … [Read more...] about Heidi Klum, 45, is TOPLESS as she shows off her peachy derriere
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PUBLISHED: 07:03 21 February 2019 Dan Mountney The public are invited to the East West Rail Consultation held at Bassingbourn Primary School. Picture: DANNY LOO ©2019 Archant Questions about a new station and homes in Bassingbourn were left unanswered according to some who attended an East West Rail link consultation meeting over the weekend. County Councillor Susan van de Ven speaks (left) and chair of Bassingbourn cum Kneesworth parish council Elaine Douglass (right) look over East West Rail plans at the consultation held at Bassingbourn Primary School. Picture: DANNY LOOSaturday’s meeting at Bassingbourn Primary School gave people the chance to raise concerns about the Bedford to Cambridge line.Five proposed routes all plan for a new station to be built at either Bassingbourn or Cambourne, but Cambs county councillor Susan van de Ven said people want a different approach to be taken.“Many people asked, why build a new Bassingbourn … [Read more...] about Unanswered questions as rail link proposals discussed at Bassingbourn meeting
PUBLISHED: 06:00 21 February 2019 Clare Butler South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen will be answering questions live on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire. This is when she appeared on the show at an earlier date. Picture: CHRIS MANN Archant South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen will be answering questions live on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire this morning (February 21). Mrs Allen was one of three Conservatives who defected to the new Independent Group yesterday.She will join Chris Mann from 10am to take calls from South Cambs constituents and other voters.Mrs Allen, along with fellow Tory MPs Anna Soubry and Sarah Wollaston, joined the group of Labour politicians after seven MPs split from their party on Monday. … [Read more...] about Heidi Allen will be live on BBC Radio Cambs at 10am
Mary Killen 16 February 2019 9:00 AM 16 February 2019 9:00 AM Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Email Whatsapp Q. I have learned through a third party that a friend, who is feeling particularly insecure these days, has not been invited to the forthcoming book launch of one of our long-standing mutual friends. I don’t want to portray him as some kind of victim, but is there a way I can tactfully find out if, best-case scenario, his failure to receive an e-invitation was, as it so often is, a mistake by the publishers’ intern? Or if, worst-case scenario, he has been ruthlessly excluded on financial grounds for no longer being an ‘influencer’? This author is paying for his launch himself and it is in a private house. A. Telephone the author and say you’re thinking of booking a table for dinner after the launch. Will he be able to join you? The answer will certainly be no as he will have to stay till his last guests leave. … [Read more...] about Dear Mary: How can I get my annoying children to answer my texts?
Kursar's party now has the right to appoint four out of Malmö's nine municipal commissioners, giving it day-to-day control of schools, disability services, democracy, urban planning and design, and has also won Social Democrat backing for a full 56 of the 80 policy points in the Liberals' election manifesto. It's an astonishing result for a party which won just 5.6 percent of the vote, but it's a reward the Liberals could afford to ask given the Social Democrats' desperate need of a majority. "I think it would be wrong to look at it through that perspective, because we had the final say," Kursar explains. "If you only have a fifth of what the Social Democrats have in votes, then why should you get almost half? It's because our first priority is to make sure that Liberal politics is implemented in the city, and we could not allow ourselves just to be a sidekick." But what does all this mean for … [Read more...] about Your questions: What can Malmö’s Liberals do for internationals?