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Alex Jones divides fans with surprising new photo
Alex Jones caused a stir on social media on Wednesday, when she asked fans a provocative question.Taking to Instagram, the The One Show host posed for a photo wearing a Santa hat, with tinsel adorning her hands and a mischievous expression on her face.SEE: Alex Jones stuns in purple as she unites with George ClooneyThe mum-of-three captioned the picture: "Too early?" Her followers were quick to react, and some of them were not impressed!"Of course it's too early," one wrote, while another added: "Yes Halloween first," and a third commented: "Most definitely," adding laughing emojis. Others encouraged the star, however.WATCH: Alex Jones shares sweet video from her 'special week'Their comments included: "Never too early… mince pies are in Sainsbury's…" and: "Never! I was doing Christmas cards with my class today [heart eyes emoji]."READ: Alex Jones' baby girl Annie is so sweet in new photo from idyllic staycationMORE: Alex Jones shares details of sweet family day out before baby Annie's first birthdayIt isn't long since the presenter was lamenting the end of summer, with a post about the fun time she'd had with her family.A post shared by Alex Jones (@alexjonesthomson)Alex is enthusiastic for the festive season! Alex took to social media with the sweetest photo of her two sons, Teddy, five, and Kit, three, as the summer holidays drew to a close.The 41-year-old posted a picture of the brothers ahead of a swimming session at a David Lloyd gym.
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Alex Jones reveals very relatable school run nightmare
The One Show's Alex Jones is no stranger to a candid update with her children Teddy, five Kit, three and baby Annie, and on Wednesday it was no different when she shared her very relatable school-run struggle.MORE: The One Show's Alex Jones looks stunning in picture perfect summer dressTaking to her Instagram Stories, the mother-of-three shared a snap of herself in the back of a car which was sitting in very heavy traffic.WATCH: Alex Jones shares intimate look inside romantic Paris trip with husband Charlie ThomsonCaptioning the post, the 45-year-old penned: "Nooo rushing home to do school pick up!!!!!"READ: Alex Jones shares rare photos of children during dream getawaySEE: Alex Jones shows rare glimpse of morning routineThe star was on her way from a busy day of filming at a stunning country estate, and looked incredible for the occasion in a glamorous green dress. Alex shared the update with her 338,000 followersDocumenting the sunny day, she added a, "work in progress" gif to a fabulous photo on her Instagram Stories, standing inside the impressive doorway of a large country house.Alex also added a clip of herself strutting her stuff as she took on the gravelly driveway in chic tanned strappy heels.Last week, the BBC host was spotted enjoying a very lavish charity lunch on Friday, alongside Holly Willoughby, Chris Evans and David Walliams.
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‘Pulled apart!’ Robert Glenister compares ‘tensions’ in new BBC show to ‘Brexit divisions'
BBC drama Sherwood to that caused by the Brexit Referendum in 2016.The Hustle actor appeared on The One Show today to promote Sherwood alongside Downton Abbey actress Joanne Froggatt.Robert, 62, explained to The One Show presenters Jermaine Jenas and Alex Jones how the “same sort of divisions” are present in the new BBC drama as they were at the time of the Brexit vote.Sherwood is inspired by the tragic events that occured in the village of Annesley Woodhouse back in 2004. Two brutal murders shook the small Nottinghamshire village at the time, and the ways in which they affected the community are explored in James Graham’s gripping new show.Speaking to Jermaine today, Robert explained how the piece was “partly inspired by two tragic killings”, pointing out that the crimes occured in a traditional mining village.“The fugitives disappeared into Sherwood forest; it was the biggest manhunt this country’s ever known,” he reflected.He told the presenters how, because Nottinghamshire police “couldn’t manage" on their own, they had to call for reinforcements, which included the Met Police. “Consequently, it created huge tensions going back to the miners’ strike of 1984, when the Met came up to help police the picket lines,” he said.Robert stars as DI Kevin Salisbury opposite acclaimed actor David Morrissey, who plays DCS Ian St Clair in the dark mystery.During the interview, Robert went on to compare the community’s reaction to the country’s response to Brexit in more recent years. “This story is really about community and how events can divide communities, can divide families,” he said.“I mean, there is sort of a link to Brexit, if you like, because it caused the same sort of divisions. “It’s about the people - people who were
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‘Don’t get that in the US!’ Tom Hanks praises BBC amid seeing Chris Packham on Springwatch
Tom Hanks openly praised the BBC on The One Show this evening, claiming that you “don’t get that” on American TV.The Hollywood star made the observation after watching a clip of Chris Packham presenting Springwatch ahead of the programme's return tonight on BBC Two. Tom, 65, appeared on the BBC One show today with his co-star Austin Butler, 30, ahead of their upcoming Elvis Presley biopic, which is entitled Elvis.Speaking to Emma Willis, 46, and Jermaine Jenas, 39, Tom expressed his admiration for the BBC.During their interview, the presenters introduced Chris and his Springwatch co-host Michaela Strachan, 56, as they joined them remotely from a Norfolk field. Chris’ stepdaughter Megan McCubbin, 27, also made a brief cameo as she was shown getting up close to some tawny owls in the North East of England. After the presenters had given a preview of this year’s Springwatch, Tom had some thoughts on the show.As Emma started moving on the conversation with the two actors on the sofa, Tom couldn’t help but interrupt her. “Now, I know you’re both very busy…” Emma began. “Can we just say how great the BBC is,” Tom interjected, causing the presenters to laugh at the unexpected interruption.Speaking about Springwatch’s award-winning live coverage of animals in the British country, Tom explained how UK TV differs from shows in the USA.“Now, you’re not going to get that live every night in the United States,” Tom mused.“That is just something else,” he said with a smile, as Emma agreed, “You’re really not are you?”Tom’s praise for the broadcaster comes after calls to “defund the BBC” have succeeded, after the government promised to abolish the licence fee by 2027. The BBC will also be forced to make deep cuts to its show budgets,
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‘He's in trouble!’ The One Show's Alex Jones warns UK Eurovision entry about Rylan Clark
The One Show star Alex Jones cheekily warned British Eurovision contestant Sam Ryder that a boozy night out might be in store for him if presenter Rylan Clark has anything to do with it.Sam, Rylan and co-presenter Scott Mills joined Alex and her co-star Ronan Keating remotely as Alex jokingly begged the SPACE MAN singer to hold off on his big night out until after the finals on Saturday night.Alex and Ronan were joined remotely on The One Show by the UK’s Eurovision crew live from Turin. Sam, who hopes to turn Britain’s Eurovision reputation around with his hit song SPACE MAN, was flanked by grinning co-presenters Rylan and Scott.After checking in to see what the competition was looking like, Alex couldn’t resist making a cheeky remark about Rylan’s legendary tradition of taking the UK’s entry on a night out before the grand final. Alex said: “I know, Rylan, that you’ve been in trouble in the past because you’ve got this tradition of taking out the UK entry the night before the competition for a big night out and then it all goes a bit pear (shaped)."Turning to TikTok sensation Sam, she continued: “Now Sam, you need to be aware, he’s into tequila.”While Alex continued with an air of mock sincerity, the three men fell about laughing as they heard what she was saying through their earpieces.Rylan, however, was keen to clarify that he was assuredly not sabotaging the competition with any boozy nights out this year. “Listen, Sam has been extremely good this week, he’s been on vocal rest…” he insisted. “I’ve been eating my salads!” Sam chimed in, before Rylan quipped: “Alright calm yourself!”Scott added: “To be fair it is tradition that Rylan does take the acts out, but it hasn’t happened this year. As Rylan mysteriously
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Alex Jones shares dismay as son, 3, taken to hospital for operation - 'Waiting for my Kit'
The One Show presenter explained to her 337,000 followers on Instagram stories that she was waiting for her son Kit to return from the theatre room after a routine operation."Waiting for my little Kit to come back from theatre after a very routine op," she captioned the photo of a hospital bed."But feels like the longest morning of my life!"The BBC star didn't share any more details about her son's medical treatment but simply shared a picture of a hospital bed.The 45-year-old has famously been extra-protective over Kit right from the beginning.Last year, she posted an Instagram photo of her cradling him to her chest as she explained the upheaval he might feel when his little sister arrived."Grabbing all the cuddles I can," she wrote emotionally."This little one has no idea how much his world is about to change.Alex had punctuated the post with a heartbroken emoji.A post shared by Alex Jones (@alexjonesthomson)A post shared by Alex Jones (@alexjonesthomson)Alex welcomed baby Annie into the world after giving birth to her only daughter in August 2021.Meanwhile, her eldest child, Teddy, is now five, while her youngest son Kit is three.Alex is besotted with all of her kids, regularly speaking of her affection for them.Last month, prior to the op, Alex treated her children to a sunshine break in the Cotswolds.They stayed at a luxury property provided by Lower Mill Estate, which bills itself as offering the best "sustainable, luxury Cotswold holiday homes"."Made the most of the sun and had the best day on the water," she wrote on Instagram afterwards."We crammed a week's worth of activities into one very fun day!""Children and adults now exhausted," she joked, before inviting followers to: "swipe for the most undignified
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