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28-10-2020

Grace Elizabeth in new advertising photoshoot for "Victoria's Secret" lingerie 

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Grace Elizabeth in new advertising photoshoot for "Victoria's Secret" lingerie

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28-10-2020

Bill & Giuliana Rancic have just sold their home in Brentwood Park, Los Angeles for $10.7 million. With 8,300 square feet of living space, there are 5 bedrooms and 5.75 bathrooms on the 0.45-acre lot. The master suite has a bedroom with sitting area plus two separate sitting rooms, a bathroom with built-in soaking tub and steam shower, and a walk-in closet. The couple have made a $3 million profit on what they paid for the house less than two years ago.

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Bill & Giuliana Rancic have just sold their home in Brentwood Park, Los Angeles for $10.7 million.

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28-10-2020

Chloë Sevigny goes topless in the latest episode of the TV show "We Are Who We Are". Season 1 Episode 7

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Chloë Sevigny goes topless in the latest episode of the TV show "We Are Who We Are".

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28-10-2020

Reality TV star Kate Gosselin is looking to sell her home in Wernersville, Pennsylvania for $1.3 million. With 7,591-square-feet of living space, there are six-bedrooms and seven-bathrooms.  Set on 23 acres of land, special features include a swimming pool, a three-car garage with accommodation, a three-stall horse barn and a 10-acre fenced paddock.

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Reality TV star Kate Gosselin is looking to sell her home in Wernersville, Pennsylvania for $1.3 million.

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28-10-2020

Hannah Gross goes topless in her latest film "Falling".

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Hannah Gross goes topless in her latest film "Falling".

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28-10-2020

Nick Kroll is looking to sell his home in Los Feliz, Los Angeles for $2.349 million. With 2,443 square feet of living space, there are 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. 

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28-10-2020

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Nick Kroll is looking to sell his home in Los Feliz, Los Angeles for $2.349 million

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CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED Emma loves to go to spin classes now) A mum-of-two has gone sober after ditching her habit of guzzling a bottle of wine per night - and she has since lost 12 STONE. Mum-of-two, Emma Connolley, 45, has spent the last two years sober to ensure she doesn't return to her unhealthy lifestyle. Once weighing 24st, Emma looks unrecognisable now after losing half her body weight and now flaunts her 12st frame. Emma from Tiverton in Devon, said: "I had been trying to lose weight for year, I felt like I was constantly on a diet. SEE CATERS COPY

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28-10-2020

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MUM-OF-TWO DITCHES DAILY WINE HABIT AND DROPS INCREDIBLE 76KG AFTER GOING TWO YEARS SOBER

MUM-OF-TWO DITCHES DAILY WINE HABIT AND DROPS INCREDIBLE 12 STONE AFTER GOING TWO YEARS SOBER WITH PIX By Beth Kilgallon A mum-of-two has gone sober after ditching her habit of guzzling a bottle of wine per night - and she has since lost 12 STONE. Mum-of-two, Emma Connolley, 45, has spent the last two years sober to ensure she doesn't return to her unhealthy lifestyle. Once weighing 24st, Emma looks unrecognisable now after losing half her body weight and now flaunts her 12st frame. Emme from Tiverton in Devon, said: "I had been trying to lose weight for year, I felt like I was constantly on a diet. "I would be really good throughout the day, and then I would come home from work, and sit down with my bottle of white wine. "I had a really unhealthy habit with my bottles of wine. It was hindering any of my attempts at weight loss. I would have one every evening, along with a plate full of cheese and biscuits." Travel agent, Emma, was frightened into seriously kick-starting her weight loss during in August 2018, after her leg began to swell up and had to go to the doctors, where she was told that her blood pressure was sky high and received a harsh telling off from her doctor. Emma says this was the reality check she needed and the next day vowed to turn her life around. She added: "I went cold turkey and cut the wine out completely, along with starting a really low-calorie diet that mainly consisted of shakes and soups. "Giving up alcohol is the hardest thing I have ever had to do in my life, it has taken so much for me to not drink, but my life is so much better without it. "Drinking was really holding me back in terms of my weight loss journey, and I would wake up every day feeling worse than I did the day before. "After a few months of no drinking and a low-calorie diet I had lost five stone, and finally felt in a better position to join a gym, because I was also conscious of getting excess loose skin. "I then began to lose more weight and I kept getting more and more in to exercise, which made me educate myself on what foods I needed to eat to fuel my body properly. "I started by running, and then I started trying out some gym classes such as spinning, which I love now. I never would have tried it before because I thought I would break the bike. "I have recently also started weight lifting, so I can start toning up my skin. I cannot believe how confident and comfortable I am in the gym now before I never would have dreamed of walking into a gym because I would think everyone is staring at me." Emma says that when she was at her biggest she stopped going out with her friends and preferred to stay indoors because she dreaded having to look for something to wear and hated the feeling that everyone was looking at her when she was out. Emma added: "Whenever my husband and I took our kids to theme parks I would be the one standing and waving because I was sure I would not fit into the seats on the rides. "When I went on holiday I was also mortified when I had to ask the flight attendants for a seat belt extension. Last year when I got on a plane, it was the first time I could do the normal belt up, I just burst into tears. It was so overwhelming. "Before I lost weight I had to take anxiety medication with me where ever I went because I was constantly nervous how I looked but that is not a thing anymore. "I never miss a party or an event, and I absolutely love going clothes shopping now. I have bought a whole new wardrobe, I feel amazing and confident. "Turning my life around and giving up drinking is the hardest and best thing I have ever done. I have to fight every day, and sometimes I do feel the temptation for a nice glass of white wine, but I know I will never do it because my life is just so much better now. I will never drink again." BEFORE DIET BREAKFAST: Tea and biscuits LUNCH: Meal deal sandwich with a packet of crisps and fizzy drink DINNER: A huge portion of lasagne SNACKS: Up to 6 packets of crisps per day, bottle of white wine and cheese and biscuits AFTER DIET BREAKFAST: Protein shake LUNCH: Chicken salad and fruit DINNER: Much smaller portions sizes, roast chicken and vegetables SNACKS: Bowl of fruit and yogurt and low calorie tonic water. ENDS

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This_mothers_life / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED L-R Marlowe, Josh and Meg ) A young family sold all their possessions and quit the rat race to move into a van and travel the world. Meg Ward, 29, and husband Josh, 31, found they were working too many hours to be able to spend quality time together with four-year-old daughter Marlowe. Despite feeling 'scared', they made the decision to quit their jobs, sell their home in Winchester, Hampshire, and buy a white van. They've since converted it into a home, which Meg says is the size of a bathroom. But now they're travelling Europe and loving family time together. SEE CATERS COPY

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28-10-2020

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YOUNG FAMILY SELL HOUSE TO LIVE IN A VAN

YOUNG FAMILY SELL HOUSE TO LIVE IN A VAN WITH PIX By Dan Coles A young family sold all their possessions and quit the rat race to move into a van and travel the world. Meg Ward, 29, and husband Josh, 31, found they were working too many hours to be able to spend quality time together with four-year-old daughter Marley. Despite feeling 'scared', they made the decision to quit their jobs, sell their home in Derbyshire, and buy a white sprinter van. They've since converted it into a home, which Meg says is the size of a bathroom. But now they're travelling Europe and loving family time together. The family left the UK in September, have spent time in France, and are currently in Portugal. Meg works remotely as a web designer while Josh is taking some much-needed time with Marlowe after previously working 15-hour days. Meg said: "It was quite a rush, we sold our house and rented while that all went through and got the van last minute and had it turned into a home. “We just decided this is what we wanted to do, we had a great life but we just didn’t have any time to be a family. “Josh was burnt out, he worked insane hours for four years and he just needed time and I did too. “We also noticed that our daughter was spending a lot of time on screen and we really wanted her to have a proper upbringing with nature and playing outside. “It was very stressful, we were renting while the house was being sold and moved a lot of our stuff into storage, but we essentially sold 13 year’s worth of memories. “We wanted to travel, we were working too much and we knew it was time to put ourselves first for a few years. “It wasn’t that we wanted to escape, we had a nice life in Winchester, great friends, great house and good jobs, but we just wanted more. “Travelling was something we were passionate about and we knew it would get harder to travel the older Marlowe got and in twenty years we want to look back and know we did what we wanted to do. We are essentially living in a bathroom, that's the size we are living in. “I knew with my job we could manage and Josh can afford to take time off, so one year travelling turned to two but we will settle again one day. “We only left a few months ago but we drove through France and Spain but we were hit by a big storm so we went to Portugal. “The amazing thing about it is the freedom, being able to go somewhere else when want too and we’re not stuck anywhere. “We’re planning to go to Morocco after here and knowing we can just feels amazing. “In a way we wanted our lives back, we wanted time to watch Marley get older and spend time together in a non-traditional way.” They decided to sell their house so that they could focus on their family and bringing up their daughter and although they’re able to visit so many holiday destinations, say it doesn’t always feel like that. Meg added: “It doesn’t always feel like a holiday because this is where we live, so we live day to day like we did at home but instead we’re doing it beautiful locations we never thought we would see.” Above all else, Meg says one of the biggest positives of the entire decision was how it has affected their mental health. “It has made such a difference, its given us a chance to sleep properly and spend time around nature," the mum said. “We go on amazing walks and show Marley all the amazing things the world has to offer. We watch her chatting to kids that don’t speak the same language and she’s just growing so much into this life. “Josh was at the point of burn out, I was too, and this lifestyle is allowing us to almost find more peace and more quality time together.” END

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28 October 2020.

Jenni Falconer seen leaving Global Radio, Leicester Square London.

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Jenni Falconer leaving Global Radio

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Elizabeth Morgan / CATERS NEWS (PICTURED-Elizabeth breastfeeding Brian) - A traumatised mum claims she was viciously abused by a stranger who called her a 'sl*t' and 'wh*re' while she was BREASTFEEDING her baby in her parked car. During her usual grocery shop at her local supermarket, mum-of-two Elizabeth Morgan said her three-month-old son J.J started getting fussy and crying. Quickly finishing up at the checkout, the 24-year-old from Hamilton, Virginia, USA, headed back to her parked car and began quietly breastfeeding her son in the front seat. But after a few minutes, Elizabeth got the fright of her life after she alleges a total stranger - who she claims was a white male, likely in his mid-40s - began aggressively knocking at her car window. - SEE CATERS COPY

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28-10-2020

2020

‘HE CALLED ME A SL*T’: TRAUMATISED MUM ABUSED BY STRANGER WHILE BREASTFEEDING BABY IN PARKED CAR

‘HE CALLED ME A SL*T’: TRAUMATISED MUM ABUSED BY STRANGER WHILE BREASTFEEDING BABY IN PARKED CAR WITH PIX By Jasmine Kazlauskas A traumatised mum claims she was viciously abused by a stranger who called her a ‘sl*t’ and ‘wh*re’ while she was BREASTFEEDING her baby in her parked car. During her usual grocery shop at her local supermarket, mum-of-two Elizabeth Morgan said her three-month-old son J.J started getting fussy and crying. Quickly finishing up at the checkout, the 24-year-old from Hamilton, Virginia, USA, headed back to her parked car and began quietly breastfeeding her son in the front seat. But after a few minutes, Elizabeth got the fright of her life after she alleges a total stranger - who she claims was a white male, likely in his mid-40s - began aggressively knocking at her car window. After cautiously rolling it down a few inches, the mum claims the enraged man began yelling obscenities at her – including calling her a ‘sl*t’ and a ‘wh*re’ – because she was breastfeeding her son. Behaviour therapist Elizabeth said: “I went to my local grocery store with my baby son and I was going through the checkouts he began crying because he was hungry. “I wanted to get out of there as fast as I can, and a nice lady helped me take everything back to my car because she could see I was struggling. “When I got into the car, I purposely drove to the back of the parking lot to have some privacy while I breastfed. “I began to feed him. I didn’t have a cover or anything. About five minutes in, I heard a loud knock on my car window. “There was a man standing next to my car. I rolled down the window a tiny bit, and he starts yelling at me and asks me ‘what the f*ck are you doing?’ “He said I was being very disrespectful and that there were women and children around. “He then went on to say that I was being very inappropriate and that I was acting like a ‘wh*re’. “He added I should have been more prepared by bringing bottles with me when I go out in public. Then he called me a ‘sl*t’. “I was in tears at this point, and I couldn’t get many words out, I just kept asking him why he was harassing me. “That nice lady who helped me earlier, saw what was going on and came over and told him to leave me alone or she would call the police.” While she felt upset in the days after the incident, after talking through it with her partner Jesse, 24, the brave mum said it wouldn’t stop her from breastfeeding in public in the future. Now Elizabeth is sharing her story to help raise awareness of the ‘Normalize Breastfeeding’ movement and to help break down the shame and stigma of public breastfeeding. She added: “I was really scared, and I felt trapped. I was ready to get out my pepper spray if things escalated. “I have no idea why he went out of his way to abuse a mother feeding her baby. “He was a white guy who would have been in his mid-40s. “It made me feel so embarrassed, like I was a lesser person. I was just trying to feed my baby, I don’t know why he was so upset. “This has happened once before at a mall when I was breastfeeding my older son a few years ago. Things don’t change much, it still is not very accepted. “I’m not sure why people are sexualising breastfeeding, it is the most natural thing in the world.” ENDS.

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Lina Carballo / CATERS NEWS  (PICTURED  Johannes Vermeer, Girl with a Pearl Earring. Lina Craballo, 36, San Jose, Costa Rica.  ) - Extraordinary photos show a woman transform herself into famous portraits - using RUBBISH she'd gathered at home. Lina Craballo, 36, poses as subjects in masterpieces, such as Girl with a Pearl Earring, Frieda Kahlo, Portrait of a Woman, The Dancer Anita Berber and Lady in Blue. And she uses empty boxes, food packaging, cardboard, bags and other rubbish to turn herself into characters from these iconic paintings. It takes her two hours to replicate each image. The woman, of San Jose, Costa Rica, said: "It's a very creative process involving few things: craft work, acting, makeup art, photography and more. It's such a good way to develop your creativity.  -  SEE CATERS COPY

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28-10-2020

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WOMAN TRANSFORMS HERSELF INTO FAMOUS PORTRAITS USING TOILET ROLLS, GARBAGE BAGS AND NOODLES

WOMAN TRANSFORMS HERSELF INTO FAMOUS PORTRAITS USING TOILET ROLLS, GARBAGE BAGS AND NOODLES WITH PIX AND VIDEOS Taniya Dutta Extraordinary photos show a woman transform herself into famous portraits - using RUBBISH she'd gathered at home. Lina Craballo, 36, poses as subjects in masterpieces, such as Girl with a Pearl Earring, Frieda Kahlo, Portrait of a Woman, The Dancer Anita Berber and Lady in Blue. And she uses empty boxes, food packaging, cardboard, bags and other rubbish to turn herself into characters from these iconic paintings. It takes her two hours to replicate each image. The woman, of San Jose, Costa Rica, said: “It’s a very creative process involving few things: craft work, acting, makeup art, photography and more. It’s such a good way to develop your creativity. “I also think that recreating painting is great because you learn a lot about art." Lina developed the unusual talent during the Covid-19 pandemic after she saw members of a Facebook group she is part of sharing their recreations. “Everything started in March this year when Covid-19 pandemic and quarantines started around the world. This has become my new creative hobby and I enjoy doing this immensely," she continued. “In one big Facebook group with more than a half million members, people were sharing their recreations using things they could find at home in that group during the lockdown." Lina, who works as an eLearning production manager, looks for out-of-the-box paintings with characters that are in a way similar to her and are expressive with lots of emotions. She added: “I have recreated painting of a lot of famous artists, such as Johannes Vermeer, Frida Kahlo, Caravaggio, Andy Warhol, Francisco Goya, René Magritte, Hieronymus Bosch, Amedeo Modiglian, Fabian Perez, Kazimir Malevich, Otto Dix, Rogier van der Weyden, Leonardo da Vinci. “It’s not easy to recreate paintings, you need a lot of attention to detail. I use literally everything I can find at home, all things. “I sometimes move the furniture at home in order to get the exact same layout as in the painting. I also have an umbrella to get a better light and a lot of fabric of different colors to be ready to recreate any background. “Recently, I’ve been working a lot on René Gruau’s paintings and fashion illustrations and have created a whole collection of clothes using garbage bags." Since the coronavirus pandemic is still menacing the world, Lina also incorporates sanitisers, masks and gloves in her recreations. “I also use lots of makeup, paper, tape, plastic bags and cardboard boxes. I also used Covid-19 related things in my recreations, such as sanitisers, masks, gloves, cleaning items,” she said. “All my photos are selfies. I use my phone, a tripod and a remote control to take my photos. “I am getting a lot of response to my recreations. It primarily comes from a dedicated Facebook group. “The participants of this huge group with more than half million members already recognise me and my artworks. I am getting a lot comments and enjoying interacting with people.” ENDS

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28 October 2020.

Myleene Klass seen arriving at Global Radio Leicester Square London

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Myleene Klass - Arriving at Global Radio London

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**MANDATORY CREDIT** @KDronefilm / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED A gray whale, photographed from a drone, pushing and playing with a tourist boat in the Port of Adolfo Lopez Mateos in Baja California Sur, Mexico, at the gray whale sanctuary) A drone has captured incredible footage of a gray whale pushing a boat. The playful whale - who is bigger than the boat - can be seen pushing it gently with his nose. Jose G. Ruiz Cheires, 37, lives in Baja California Sur, Mexico, captured the epic footage whilst visiting the gray whale sanctuary. He said: "The whale went underneath the boat and came out on the other side to interact with the tourists. SEE CATERS COPY

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28-10-2020

2020

EPIC DRONE FOOTAGE SHOWS PLAYFUL WHALE PUSHING BOAT

EPIC DRONE FOOTAGE SHOWS PLAYFUL WHALE PUSHING BOAT WITH PIX By Lucy Harvey A drone has captured incredible footage of a gray whale pushing a boat. The playful whale - who is bigger than the boat - can be seen pushing it gently with his nose. Jose G. Ruiz Cheires, 37, lives in Baja California Sur, Mexico, captured the epic footage whilst visiting the gray whale sanctuary. He said: "The whale went underneath the boat and came out on the other side to interact with the tourists. "I was so excited and I couldn't believe what was happening. "It is amazing to see such a large mammal which has the capacity to cause us a lot of harm on the boat, but he chose not to. "In the whale`s world, we are welcome, we should do the same." ENDS

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28 October 2020.

Ashley Roberts seen leaving Global Radio, Leicester Square London.

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28-10-2020

2020

Ashley Roberts leaving Global Radio

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Jennifer Lopez and Michael B Jordan pose with their families in Coach's new Holiday campaign, Holiday Is Where You Find It, highlighting the brand's 'belief in positivity, finding joy in the little things and seeking comfort in togetherness and familiar traditions'. Fellow coach ambassadors Kiko Mizuhara and Jeremy Lin also star in the ads, with Mizuhura appearing with her sister, and Lin with his friend and trainer.

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Non Exclusive: Jennifer Lopez and Michael B Jordan front Coach's 2020 Holiday campaign

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Bella Hadid encourages followers to vote as she posts a series of pics from her 'Walk from dinner'

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Non Exclusive: Bella Hadid encourages followers to vote

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