Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi attend Royal Ascot SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Princess Beatrice celebrates her 34th birthday today and she is likely celebrating the milestone privately with her beloved husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and their baby daughter Sienna. Beatrice's engagement to Edoardo was first announced in 2019, and the pair tied the knot during the UK Covid lockdown in 2020. But based on an analysis of their recent outings, a body language expert told Express.co.uk that Edoardo has had a positive impact on Beatrice's confidence as a royal in the public eye. Related articles Prince Harry ‘not pleased’ with Meghan’s ‘clingy’ behaviour Prince George and Princess … [Read more...] about Princess Beatrice’s ‘confidence’ is affected by ‘charming’ husband Edoardo – body language
Trailer for new Marvel Disney+ series 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info She-Hulk has been a while in the making as it was first announced to be in the works back in 2019. The Disney+ series will be Marvel Studios’ eighth television show set in the iconic Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), featuring some recognisable faces. Here’s everything you need to know to watch She-Hulk. Related articles Royal expert erupts in angry row over Prince Andrew BBC backlash as fans slam Countryfile and Springwatch When is the release date for She-Hulk? Creators have been hard at work for the past three years on She-Hulk and now it’s almost time to see it brought to life on the small … [Read more...] about She-Hulk release date, cast, trailer, plot: When is Disney Plus’ Attorney at Law out?
The following is a script from “Fighting Famine,” which aired on March 19, 2017. Scott Pelley reports. Nicole Young, producer. Katie Kerbstat, associate producer. A rare famine emergency has been declared in the youngest nation on Earth. South Sudan, in East Africa, was brought into the world, in 2011, with the help of the United States. But it’s one of the world’s least developed countries and civil war has left it destitute. Five million people don’t know where their next meal is coming from and of them, 100,000 are facing death. Holding off a catastrophe is the mission of the UN’s World Food Programme . The WFP was an American idea, created in 1961, and the U.S. is still the largest donor. Now WFP has launched one of its largest rescues ever but in South Sudan too many people are fighting for life. Josephine is seven and down to 24 pounds. Hunger left her at the mercy of disease. And now she’s being consumed by tuberculosis. This is why TB used to be called consumption. … [Read more...] about Fighting famine in war-torn South Sudan
ADELE’S postponed Las Vegas residency has finally been booked in – with the opening night coming in November. According to information leaked from Ticketmaster in the US, Weekends With Adele will be held at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace from November 18 and end on February 24. And sources told how a formal announcement of the rearranged dates is expected before the end of the month. It is understood bosses at the Sin City venue are now pushing for the dates to be made public, in an attempt to give fans as much time as possible to make arrangements. One source said last night: “The buzz is that we are gearing up for a booking announcement before the end of the month. “It has been a hugely stressful time for the exec here, because they staked so much money on her deal. Read More on Adele HIT THE JACKPOT UK winner SCOOPS £195million jackpot - making them the biggest winner ever RUMOUR HAS IT Adele poised to … [Read more...] about New dates for Adele’s Las Vegas shows revealed after pop superstar sensationally pulled plug
After lockdown raided the savings of hairdresser and gym instructor Lucie Wilby, a lengthy wait for a hip replacement dealt another blow to her family’s finances. “We’re in a lot of debt because of it and that’s a combination of Covid and obviously surgery [and] waiting times,” the 53-year-old mother from Cornwall says. “If I hadn’t had to wait six months, we’d be nowhere near this issue.” Like many of the 6.6 million people on an NHS waiting list, work had become painful and eventually impossible for Wilby as the backlog in treatment forces people to cut their hours or stop employment altogether. “By the time of the operation, I was barely walking and I’m self employed,” she says. “It took about three years to get diagnosed. That’s one of the major problems – it’s not just the waiting time for the operation once you’re on the list, it’s the waiting time for diagnosis.” While tax cuts and even trans issues may have stolen the limelight in the Tory leadership race, the … [Read more...] about Britain really isn’t working – and the collapsing NHS is to blame
I feel lighter, happier, more myself. I feel like me again, but not the same old me I once was – the wife, mother, colleague, daughter. This version feels reassembled, as if scaffolded from within. Missing pieces of the jigsaw puzzle have been found, not down backs of sofas, but at the end of a long dark tunnel otherwise known as divorce. It took two difficult years to make it through that tunnel. Vigilant, trying constantly to find the light ahead, I eventually spotted glimmers and followed them, unenthusiastically, mind, given the long trudge to the exit. Two years in that tunnel and just as my friend, Claire, warned me, that’s how long it takes to get over the shock of a divorce. I emerged a few weeks ago, blinking in disbelief like a mole. I’m out. I’ve made it to the end. To have gone through something as intense as the past two years and remain the “same old me” would be nothing short of foolish. I’ve grown and evolved as a person, and I’m not alone. Divorced or about to be … [Read more...] about I lost myself in my marriage – now I want something different from life
Fatal failures THE deadly failures of MI5 and the police over terrorist Usman Khan were appalling. We accept that their diligence has thwarted far more atrocities than we have suffered. But there is no excuse for the ineptitude over Khan , an extremist considered more dangerous on release from prison than when first locked up. In jail he radicalised others. It was feared he would attack if freed. But freed he still was after half his 16-year term. MI5 failed to convey just how dangerous he remained — and he was allowed by cops and the probation service to travel alone to the Fishmongers’ Hall event held by the charity he duped into believing he was a changed man . Saskia Jones and Jack Merritt paid with their lives. As others would have, but for the heroes on London Bridge. Of course Khan is ultimately to blame . But he was a mad dog. Those who let him loose have no defence. Convicted Islamist terrorists can never be given the benefit … [Read more...] about Deadly failures of MI5 and the police over terrorist Usman Khan were appalling