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Alan Carr - Rylan Clark - Rylan Clark’s boozy night descends into hilarious chaos as Alan Carr goes ‘skinny dipping’ and belts out karaoke - metro.co.uk - county Bell - city Holby
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Rylan Clark’s boozy night descends into hilarious chaos as Alan Carr goes ‘skinny dipping’ and belts out karaoke
supports HTML5 videoRylan Clark has proven that a good ol’ fashioned Saturday night in with pizza, booze and karaoke will never, well, go out of fashion. Throw in a touch of skinny dipping and you have yourself a party. The former Big Brother presenter invited some of his closest celebrity pals over to his plush pad for a casual night in, and it looks like Alan Carr, ex CBBC host Angellica Bell and Holby City actor David Ames had a free schedule. Snubbing any of the fancy bars and restaurants they could’ve chosen, the group kept it lowkey, grabbed their hoodies and created their own fun at Rylan’s. Chatty Man host Alan made himself right at home and got stuck into the boxes of pizza while Rylan joked: ‘Why the f**k are you in my kitchen?’ prompting a big hearty laugh from Angellica. The two presenters continued with their fake fight with Alan, 46, jokingly swearing at Rylan, 33, before storming off – accidentally into the utility room – and trying to open the door which he found locked. Cut to minutes later and the group moved into Rylan’s stunning modern garden where they showed off their dance moves to Becky Hill’s music and swigged back the booze. ‘Got a text!’ Rylan exclaimed in reference to the Love Island catch phrase as they sat in an igloo, with his garden reminiscent of the dating show’s famous Mallorcan villa. It wasn’t long before Alan was stripping off into his smalls and jumping into Rylan’s indoor pool before being joined by the rest of the gang.
David Beckham - Victoria Beckham - David Beckham’s stalker visits daughter’s school claiming to be her mother, court hears - express - Manchester - county Oxford - county Bell
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David Beckham’s stalker visits daughter’s school claiming to be her mother, court hears
David Beckham, was left fearing for the safety of his family after a stalker believing to be his daughter Harper’s mother approached her at school, a court heard.The ex Manchester United player claims he does not know the woman in question, and has insisted that she is not the mother of his four children. David, 47, felt “threatened and frightened for the safety of his family” due to the alleged stalking incident, Westminster Magistrates' Court heard at a hearing yesterday. Sharon Bell, 58, is said to believe that Beckham and his wife Victoria stole her eggs and that 10-year-old Harper is her legitimate child, the court heard. It is also alleged she is also under the delusional belief that she was in a relationship with the former England footballer.Sharon turned up at Harper's primary school in an attempt to speak to her and was also there when Victoria, 48, arrived to collect her daughter, the court heard. At the hearing yesterday, prosecutor Arizuna Asante said: “[David] felt threatened, he felt frightened for the safety of his family, and he believed this behaviour was targeted and intimidating.”“He says he does not know the defendant and she is not the mother of his children,” he continued.The court heard that Sharon did not attend the hearing on account of being in hospital, where she has been sectioned. After sending a series of letters to the Beckhams' homes in Oxford and London, Sharon also tried to visit the addresses in July and September last year, the court heardThe Watford woman previously pleaded not guilty to a charge of stalking and is facing trial on 12 July.Lisa Wilson, Sharon’s lawyer, made submissions about how the trial should proceed in the case that Sharon is not found to be insane by the
David Beckham - Victoria Beckham - David Beckham felt ‘frightened for family’s safety’ over alleged stalker who believes she is Harper’s mother - metro.co.uk - Manchester - county Oxford - county Bell - Victoria
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David Beckham felt ‘frightened for family’s safety’ over alleged stalker who believes she is Harper’s mother
Football star David Beckham was left feeling ‘threatened’ and ‘frightened for the safety of his family’ after an alleged stalker, who believes she is the mother of his daughter Harper, turned up at the child’s school, a court has heard.Sharon Bell, 58, is said to be under the delusional belief that she was in a relationship with the former Manchester United and England footballer, that he and wife Victoria Beckham stole her eggs, and that their 10-year-old daughter is her legitimate child.Bell allegedly sent a series of letters to the Beckhams’ homes in Oxford and London before attending the addresses in July and September last year.Westminster Magistrates’ Court heard that she also turned up at Harper’s primary school in a bid to speak to her, and was there when Victoria, 48, arrived to collect her daughter.Prosecutor Arizuna Asante said of 47-year-old ex-Real Madrid, PSG, AC Milan and LA Galaxy star Beckham: ‘He felt threatened, he felt frightened for the safety of his family, and he believed this behaviour was targeted and intimidating.’‘He says he does not know the defendant and she is not the mother of his children,’ they added.Bell, of Boundary Way, Watford, has previously pleaded not guilty to a charge of stalking and faces trial on July 12.She did not attend the hearing on Friday, which heard that she is currently in hospital, where she has been sectioned.Her lawyer, Lisa Wilson, said that if her client is not found by the court to be insane, she wants the Beckhams, who will be on holiday at the time of the trial, to be called as witnesses so they can be questioned about her claims.The court heard that this would include putting the suggestion to former Spice Girls singer Victoria, who has four children with her
Millions of Brit couples getting married in the pub after Covid ruined plans - dailystar.co.uk - London - county Bell
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Millions of Brit couples getting married in the pub after Covid ruined plans
Covid wrecked their grand plans.Large venues have introduced complex contracts to counter Covid threats, and there is a backlog of waiting couples who rebooked during the lockdowns.This has driven up demand for smaller, more informal dos – and the pub trade is benefitting.Tessa Stewart, weddings events manager at The Bell in Ticehurst, East Sussex, said: “We are seeing a lot of demand for more relaxed weddings, but people are certainly not compromising on style.“We have more than 80 weddings booked so far for this year and after lockdowns, people definitely want a focus on family and friends.”And wedding singer Robbie Humphries, of trio The Cash Cows, said: “People have been scaling back on some of the flashier events.“Pub wedding bookings have gone through the roof, and with a diary full of postponed weddings, it’s hard to fit new ones in.” According to hospitality jobs site caterer.com, around 1.8million people are planning a wedding knees-up in the pub. A typical couple will spend £18,000 on their wedding including the venue and food, but this could rise to £28,000 in London.Their research also uncovered 25% of people are set to go to up to three weddings this year.It found a dramatic increase in wedding roles advertised in the first three months of 2022 compared to 2021.Stay up to date with all the latest Daily Star news by signing up to one of our free newsletters here.Although couples are willing to swap their luxurious weddings for one in the boozer, a lot of Brits are still concerned with keeping their wedding classy.One wedding planner has shared her tips on how to avoid tackiness on the big day – no matter if you’re in the pub or a traditional church.
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