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GMB's Charlotte Hawkins's quiet life in South East England where house prices are £628k
Charlotte Hawkins first found telly fame through Meridian Tonight in 2003 and went on to host Sky's show Sunrise with Eamonn Holmes in 2006. After occasional appearances on This Morning as a reviewer, she then returned to ITV in 2014 when Good Morning Britain was launched, alongside the other three main hosts Susanna Reid, Ben Shephard and Sean Fletcher. Nowadays, GMB staff switch-ups mean she's more likely to co-host with Kate Garraway as well as Susanna and Ben, plus the occasional guest host like Ed Balls and Robert Rinder. Born in the West Sussex village of Chichester, Charlotte now lives with her husband Mark Herbert and their daughter Ella Rose in Surrey. The newsreader tends to keep her home life as private as possible, but from the cosy living room to the spacious garden, she has unveiled a handful of areas inside the property on her Instagram. Surrey located in the South East of England is one of the home counties. The county borders Greater London, Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Hampshire, and Berkshire and is divided into 11 boroughs and districts. The county has long been known to offer excellent options to those seeking a place to live that offers a speedy commute into London. READ MORE: GMB's Ben Shephard's quiet life in Richmond with wife and two children © GETTY Charlotte Hawkins living in Surrey
Fiona Bruce - Antiques Roadshow - BBC Antiques Roadshow viewers all say same thing about £20,000 royal effigy doll - - city Richmond
BBC Antiques Roadshow viewers all say same thing about £20,000 royal effigy doll
Antiques Roadshow from Ham House near Richmond, while viewers at home freaked out over an "evil looking" doll that was worth £20,000."I must admit that this is the most interesting and unusual doll that I've seen on my 36 years of the roadshow," said Bunny Campione as she introduced the fifth item on the show and inspected a strange-looking doll-type figurine.She continued: "But it's not a doll, I think it's body shows that he's not a doll," before lifting the dress to show off the body of the item.READ NEXT: BBC Antiques Roadshow fans distracted as Fiona Bruce dons denim jumpsuit to host showBunny explained how the item had hessian underneath and "wasn't a doll's body at all" because it is an "effigies' body". The woman who had brought the effigy onto the show explained that the item belonged to her mother and had been in their family for over 50 years.Her mum had bought the doll from an auction house in the early 70s and the lady said that she had always loved the doll."I believe it's a funeral effigy of a three year old son that died of the Duke of Buckingham," Bunny revealed.She explained how the son of the duke died in 1715 and that in those days the monarchy would make wooden and wax effigies to put on the funeral cars.Bunny revealed that if it can be proved to be authentic, then the effigy would be worth £10,000 or £20,000.Although the lady and her sister who brought the effigy onto the show were overjoyed, viewers at home were far from impressed by the "evil-looking" doll."Absolute f***ing horror of a doll on #antiquesroadshow right now," penned one viewer of the BBC show.Another added: "That doll looks evil #antiquesroadshow.""Creepy doll / funeral effigy.
Builder hospitalised after being hit with bottle of urine dropped 50m from crane - - city Richmond
Builder hospitalised after being hit with bottle of urine dropped 50m from crane
hospital after being struck on the head by a bottle of urine that had been dropped 50 metres from a crane.The man required medical attention to his head and neck after the nasty bang that he received while working on the building of a new health centre in the south-coastal town of Worthing.He was subsequently released and is recuperating at home, but will be nursing a sore head this weekend for all the wrong reasons.READ MORE: Novelist Salman Rushdie is on ventilator and may lose an eye after attack says his agent A witness to the incident said the worker was knocked out cold by the bottle, adding: "Somebody in the crane did something they’re not supposed to."A spokesperson from Sussex Police, meanwhile, has confirmed that the Health and Safety Executive will investigate the incident.A police spokesman said: "Police were called about 5.30pm on Friday July 29, after a man was struck by a falling object at a building site in Richmond Road, Worthing."The man reported suffering from neck pain and was taken to hospital as a precaution."The construction project has seen workers on site for the last two years with a spokesman for building firm Galliford Try stressing that the safety of their employees and the public is always their number one priority.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here."As a responsible contractor, health and safety is Galliford Try's number one priority," he said. "We can confirm that an incident took place on our site at Worthing on Friday.
Katie Price - Carl Woods - Smitten Katie Price and Carl Woods hold hands while debuting matching blonde hair after charge dropped against him - - city Richmond
Smitten Katie Price and Carl Woods hold hands while debuting matching blonde hair after charge dropped against him
prosecutors dropped the criminal case against Carl, who was charged with using threatening behaviour against the reality TV star following an incident at a house in Essex last August.Putting the case behind them, Katie and Carl, who are engaged, flashed huge grins as they walked hand in hand out of the salon in Richmond with their new locks on full display.The pair looked at each other lovingly with their eyes hidden behind sunglasses to keep them out of the sweltering sun.Katie and Carl were photographed just hours after it emerged that the charge against Carl had been dropped.It was alleged that the 33-year-old had attempted to force open a door to a property while former glamour model Katie, 44, was inside after she left his home following a row.Previously, Colchester Magistrates’ Court heard the charge related to an incident in Great Dunmow, Essex, on August 22, when the couple allegedly had an ‘argument’ in Carl’s home.In a statement, a spokesperson for the CPS said that the charges were dropped because there was ‘no longer a realistic prospect of conviction’.‘The CPS has an obligation to keep cases under continuous review,’ they said.‘As part of our review and in accordance with our legal test we concluded that there was no longer a realistic prospect of conviction and the case was stopped.‘The Crown Prosecution Service takes seriously all situations where a person’s behaviour causes fear and we will seek to prosecute suspects when our legal test is met.’Husband and wife-to-be Katie and Carl have both endured a string of legal woes over the past few months.Most recently, it was revealed that Katie faces another court hearing, this time over her bankruptcy.The My Crazy Life star, who was once worth £40million, was