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Made In Chelsea star Binky Felstead marries Max Darnton for a second time in stunning setting of The Durrells’ Corfu home
Made In Chelsea’s Binky Felstead has married husband Max Darnton for a second time in the former Corfu home of author Lawrence Durrell and his wife Nancy.The reality star described the location of the White House at Kalami on the Greek island as a ‘dream come true’ as she used to watch the ITV drama The Durrells and thought it looked like ‘heaven’.Binky and Max, who met at Soho Farmhouse in 2019, previously tied the knot in a small civil ceremony at Chelsea Old Town Hall last July, seven weeks after Binky gave birth to their son Wolfie.Their second celebration, which came nearly a year after their first wedding, was part of a week of festivities on the Greek island.Among the 100 family and friends in attendance were now one-year-old son Wolfie and his big sister India, five, who the TV personality shares with her ex-partner Josh Patterson.Binky’s former Made In Chelsea co-stars Ollie Locke and his husband Gareth, Millie Mackintosh, Hugo Taylor and Rosie Fortescue were also present for the celebrations.Speaking about the special wedding venue, she told Hello! magazine: ‘I used to watch The Durrells on TV and I remember saying: “I really want to go there – it looks like heaven.”‘Having it as our wedding venue was a dream come true.’The 32-year-old wore a corseted gown with a boho style by Israeli designer Liz Martinez for the big day, and described herself as feeling ‘confident and very ‘me’ in it’.‘When I first tried it on, I had already got what I thought was The Dress, but I hadn’t felt the feeling I felt with this dress, with any of the others.’New husband Max added he thought that she had looked ‘absolutely incredible’ for the special day.The businessman also revealed that during the dinner he had shared a speech
Binky Felstead - Max Darnton - Binky Felstead gives relieved health update on baby son Wolfie after he suffers dangerous allergic reaction - metro.co.uk - Chelsea
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Binky Felstead gives relieved health update on baby son Wolfie after he suffers dangerous allergic reaction
Binky Felstead has shared a positive update on the health of her baby son after he was rushed to hospital this week.The Made In Chelsea star, 32, went through a parent’s worst fear this week as her one-year-old son, Wolfie, suffered a severe allergic reaction.Little Wolfie, who Binky shares with husband Max Darnton, went into anaphylactic shock after eating hummus, which the reality star believes was caused by sesame present in the dip.Her baby was rushed to hospital via ambulance, with Binky later thanking paramedics for their quick actions in providing a potentially life-saving adrenaline shot to her sick child.‘He started to get incredibly uncomfortable and was continuously rubbing his face and getting upset,’ she wrote on social media after the scare.‘He went bright red all over his face & hands and white little spots appeared shortly before his eye, lips & tongue started to swell.’Thankfully, after a quick trip to hospital – sirens blazing, which Wolfie loved – and being monitored for several hours, Wolfie is now home and back to his old self.TV star Binky shared a series of snaps of her son looking happy and healthy, grinning for the camera, writing on Instagram: ‘Thank you,’ with a praying emoji.‘He’s back to his usual “nutty self”,’ she said, adding: ‘bad joke!’She thanked everyone who had contacted her with referrals or recommendations after Wolfie’s scare, saying she was ‘really learning so much.’She urged anyone else in their situation: ‘If in doubt [definitely]y call 999 or 111 ( I was apprehensive at first not wanting to waste anyones time & not knowing the full extent of what was going on).‘But thank god we did, as it escalated so quickly, timing to get him medical help was crucial (sic).’Binky promised
Louise Thompson - Louise Thompson shares frightening health scare on holiday after heavy bleeding sent her into ‘deep panic mode’ - metro.co.uk - Britain - city Athens
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Louise Thompson shares frightening health scare on holiday after heavy bleeding sent her into ‘deep panic mode’
Chelsea star Louise Thompson has offered an insight into a ‘very scary situation’ after she started bleeding on holiday.The former reality TV star, 32, was enjoying baby son Leo-Hunter’s first trip abroad when she went into ‘deep panic mode.’Louise was holidaying with her family in Mykonos when the issue arose, relating to an existing medical condition she suffers from called ulcerative colitis (UC).The condition is an incurable autoimmune condition which causes someone’s colon to become inflamed and bleed after small ulcers develop.According to the NHS, UC affects around 146,000 people in the UK.Louise took to her Instagram story to give her fans and update, writing: ‘Radio silence yesterday because I had a very scary UC situation where I started bleeding A LOT without any muscular contractions and it sent me into deep panic mode.’She added that she finds ‘excessive bleeding pretty triggering’ after a traumatic birth of her son.‘Couldn’t get to grips with the idea of a 1 hour air ambulance to Athens if things got bad so I booked a flight to come home – but after a chat with a wonderful gastro I’ve decided to stay,’ she added.Louise then shared a second photo to show she was eating a ‘colitis friendly breakfast’ of eggs, salmon, white bread and melon.The influencer has been open about her condition in the past in a bid to raise awareness, previously explaining that her ‘goal’ is to be ‘in remission’ she she ‘doesn’t have any symptoms.’‘You have it for life and there’s no cure, but you have periods of remission and then you also have flare ups,’ she explained.‘With regards to day-to-day life, when I’m in remission I don’t have any symptoms – so that’s the goal.‘You want to manage your body so you can get to that place and
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