Speaking about her decision to move to Essex and become a regular on the ITVbe showm Olivia told new! magazine: "I'm putting my Surrey flat on the market and I'm going to look at properties in Chigwell. I only moved to Surrey because of an ex-boyfriend and the flat is a bit useless really, because I'm always in Essex anyway." … [Read more...] about Who is Olivia Attwood and what has the former Love Island contestant said about joining Towie?
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'Brands had less spending money, so I was happy to adjust my rates,' influencer Madison Woolley said. 'I’ve developed good relationships with the brands I’ve work with over the years, so I wanted to be able to show my support for them during this challenging time' … [Read more...] about Forget ‘come say G’day’! Meet the former footballers reinventing Australia’s tourism industry with pandemic proof PR campaigns
Her daughter True was born in April 2018. True’s father, Canadian basketball player Tristan Thompson, was embroiled in a cheating scandal days before the birth, with a video of him chatting up other women in nightclubs. He was forgiven but last year it emerged that he had cheated on her with Jordyn Woods, Kylie’s friend. Woods said they had only kissed. Khloe forgave him. It is rumoured she is pregnant again. … [Read more...] about Vacuous. Venal. The family that warped a generation: As the curtain falls on the infamous reality show, SARAH VINE — mother of a teenage girl — says Keeping Up With The Kardashians has done more to set back feminism than anything else this century
Her second novel, Let the Northern Lights Erase Your Name, "started with the setting. I always wanted to write about Lapland: my mom would tell me stories about it, and it took on a mythical quality in my mind. There are things you hear at a certain age that influence you in ways you don't realise until 20 years later." The far-north location sets the temperature for the novel as a whole: it's a beautifully chilly, ruthlessly unsentimental creation. After the death of her father, Clarissa sets off in search of the mother who vanished from a mall bakery when she was 14: "She said to tell you," the bakery assistant says to Clarissa, "she got tired of waiting." Her quest takes her to the Arctic rim, where she toils through snow, ice, false leads and family history before finally tracking her mother down in, appropriately enough, an ice hotel. Clarissa herself is Vida's most memorable creation: brittle, frank and, despite her tough breaks, far from straightforwardly sympathetic. "I … [Read more...] about A life in writing: Vendela Vida
It is a little past 7 p.m. and 45-year-old Sonia wonders how the evening will play out. She is dressed in a nightgown and a mask. Her make-up box containing brilliant shades of lipstick and an array of mascaras lies open in front of her. Sonia is not sure how many men will turn up today. In Kashmiri building on Garstin Bastion Road (GB Road, now renamed Swami Shradhanand Marg) in New Delhi, business is listless in COVID-19 times. Most women left for their native villages once the nationwide lockdown, announced to contain the spread of the virus, was imposed on March 25; only a handful have returned several months since. The building used to heave to loud music, now it has fallen silent. The world’s oldest trade faces its toughest challenge from a 21st century pandemic and the end is nowhere in sight. … [Read more...] about In Delhi, sex work with face masks and hand sanitisers