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'I didn't feel comfortable' Strictly's Anton Du Beke opens up on secret wedding day
Strictly Come Dancing star Anton Du Beke, 57, and Hannah tied the knot at Cliveden House Hotel in 2017 after admitting it was love at first sight for him.The couple managed to keep their big day under wraps with only limited loved ones in attendance and no reception in the evening.The Strictly jude said the couple settled for a small wedding, an afternoon tea and then went back home to bed. He told Hello! Magazine: "Some people like a huge celebration, but I didn't feel comfortable with that because it's a very intimate moment and I just wanted to get married to Hannah."The couple met at a party back in 2012 and got together shortly after.In the same year as their wedding, his wife fell pregnant with twins three months into IVF treatment.Richard Gere's mortality fears as he hopes to live to see kids grow upOn March 30, she gave birth to their daughter Henrietta and son George.Anton's wife has been open about her struggles with conceiving in recent years.Speaking to Lorraine Kelly in 2021, Hannah spilled that she told the dancer about her battle with endometriosis pretty early on.She explained: "The problem with me is, it's quite hard to hide."It was one of those things where on a monthly basis, I looked like I was six months pregnant."Hannah suffered from swelling which often resulted in people asking her if she was expecting.Sitting by her side, Anton added: "It's one of those perverse things endometriosis, where if you're a woman who wants to have children and you have endometriosis and you find you can't have children, then the bloating looks like you're pregnant."People are like, 'Oh marvellous, you must be so delighted,' it's sort of compounded somehow."'Part of dwarfism' James Jordan corrected after Ellie Simmonds
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'It causes such a divide' Linda Nolan issues plea to Prince Harry after family fallout
Prince Harry, 38, told Oprah Winfrey last year that his dad, the newly appointed King Charles III, had stopped taking his calls.He also alleged that he and his brother William needed "space" as "time heals all things hopefully".Harry and Meghan Markle reunited with his brother and sister-in-law for the late Queen's funeral earlier this month. On the day, he stood beside his sibling as they walked with their respective wives behind the coffin.Ahead of this, Harry, Meghan and the Prince and Princess of Wales, dubbed 'the fab four, put their differences aside as they addressed the crowd at Windsor Castle.Richard Gere's mortality fears as he hopes to live to see kids grow upMany have since called for the family to finally heal their rift for good, including Linda.The Daily Express columnist said she knows all too well what it's like to feud with family and believes it's "silly".She added she hoped it's a "promising start" to the royals repairing their relationship.Linda wrote: "It was heart-warming to see Prince Harry pay respects to his granny and I’m sure Meghan, who previously shared many lovely stories of her time with the Queen, shared the same feeling."To see Harry sitting behind the new King, is hopefully a promising start to a new chapter."I think this should serve as a reminder to us all that life’s too short to let bad feelings linger, especially with family."Linda, along with Coleen, Maureen and the late Bernie Nolan, famously fell out with their sisters Anne and Denise for four years.It was only when Bernie died from cancer that they decided to speak again and put their differences aside.'Part of dwarfism' James Jordan corrected after Ellie Simmonds remark [STRICTLY]'Glad one of us can walk' Eamonn Holmes on
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Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash 'in running to replace Holly and Phil after talks with ITV'
This Morning executives have been keen on Stacey Solomon "for a long time" and claimed she had started talking to bosses "several months ago".They added the 32-year-old and husband Joe Swash, 40, could replace Phillip Schofield, 60, and Holly Willoughby, 41, when the time is right."She’s a huge hit on Loose Women and has a broad appeal among all age groups who watch ITV," a source told Closer Magazine.“Stacey actually started talking to This Morning bosses several months ago and they made clear they saw a role for both her and Joe to work as part of the programme in the future."ITV bosses have long been planning for what life looks like after Phil and Holly, because they know nothing lasts forever on TV."The source claimed that a move on the show could happen sooner than expected following recent backlash surrounding the pair.Richard Gere's mortality fears as he hopes to live to see kids grow upPhillip and Holly were accused of jumping the queue at Westminster Hall to see the Queen's coffin earlier this month.The backlash led to 75,000 people signing a petition to have them sacked from the show.The presenters are now said to be "wounded" by the situation and "worried" about their relationship with viewers.Last week, Holly spoke out about the backlash during a segment on the Queen's funeral.She explained: "Like hundreds of accredited broadcasters and journalists, we were given official permission to access the hall."It was strictly for the purpose of reporting on the event for millions of people in the UK, who haven't been able to visit Westminster in person."The rules were that we would be quickly escorted around the edges to a platform at the back, in contrast, those paying respects walked along a carpeted area beside
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Richard Gere, 72, says he has no concerns about being an older father with wife, 39
The couple both also have children from previous marriages.Richard has an older son, Homer, 22, with actress Carey Lowell, while Alejandra shares son Albert, nine, with her first husband.The actor had been a friend of Alejandra's family for many years before the two reconnected romantically in 2014.Despite the couple’s age gap, Richard still has fans wondering how he ages so well.The Hollywood star has previously given an insight into his daily routine and his outlook on how to live longer.Speaking to Extra, Richard reflected on whether leading a healthy lifestyle with good habits can help people live longer.He said: “My friend’s mom has eaten healthy all her life.“Never ever consumed alcohol or any ‘bad’ food, exercised every day, very limber, very active, took all supplements suggested by her doctor, never went in the sun without sunscreen, and when she did it was for as short a period as possible – so pretty much she protected her health with the utmost that anyone could.“She is now 76 and has skin cancer, bone marrow cancer and extreme osteoporosis.”He went on: “My friend’s father eats bacon on top of bacon, butter on top of butter, fat on top of fat, never and I mean never exercised, was out in the sun burnt to a crisp every summer, he basically took the approach to live life to his fullest and not as others suggest.“He is 81 and the doctors say his health is that of a young person.“People, you cannot hide from your poison.
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