NFTS And Left Bank Pictures Launch UK Writers Program
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), and I'd like to assume he took the picture of his two ladies because it's sweet and cute and nice and adorable and all the other things.
It's all the things! I want to call my mom, I want to adopt twelve kittens, let's enjoy nice things that are nice.This content can also be viewed on the site it from.Other pics in the dump include a daddy/daughter café moment, Holland chillaxin in a tiny sweater, cookies, small dogs, and big dogs.
Fall vibes immaculate, actually.
The post racked up tons of comments, including one from Ireland's famous dad, who wrote, “Love you.” Again, a nice thing that is nice.Ireland Baldwin continues to share snippets of her life online despite some iffy feelings about social media because she's growing her business (she has a restaurant in Oregon) and also because it's kind of annoying to delete your Instagram account.
As she , “I tried to delete my instagram last night because I just sort of reached a weird breaking point."“I kept instagram for as long as I did because to be transparent, I was holding on to the idea that I was throwing away brand opportunities…Since I literally have to request to have my profile deleted (doesn’t work) I guess I’ll stay and make the best of it,” she added.
"I love connecting with you all, sharing laughs, glimpses of my little life.
I will be more active on the @goodtimes instagram as our business grows.”By Emily TannenbaumBy Elizabeth LoganBy Selene OlivaBy Natasha RedaMore from GlamourSee More Stories© 2023 Condé Nast.
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NFTS And Left Bank Pictures Launch UK Writers Program
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famously hosts his own eponymous talk show in the United Kingdom — made the trip across the pond to appear on a recent episode of “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.”The 60-year-old entertainer was asked by emcee Andy Cohen, 55, how the Brits actually feel about royal family exiles Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex famously departed from The Firm in 2020 and moved to Montecito, California.“Since you can speak for all Brits, what would you say is the overriding feeling about Harry and Meghan over there at this point?” Cohen asked on Thursday. The comedian explained that the couple’s presence is a “gift” to Harry’s estranged brother, Prince William, and his wife, Kate Middleton.“It’s difficult,” the Irish native replied.
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