Sparing no detail, he even borrowed the same table and chairs they'd sat on at Little House private members' club in London's Mayfair, which he decked with candles, table mats and glassware, decorating the shed walls with framed photos and filling the garden with fairy lights. … [Read more...] about Myleene Klass ENGAGED to boyfriend Simon Motson – see the ring and exclusive photos!
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VIRGO You may feel quite a pull towards or away from a particular group of people this week. The upcoming solar eclipse certainly has a strong magnetic energy and brings issues to your attention regarding whether you want in or out. Your team or social tribe is going through a review period as Virgo exercises quality control! … [Read more...] about Celebrity astrologer reveals your weekly horoscope from 15 to 21 June during lockdown
David Edwards David took home the top prize the following year after Judith. David was asked "If you planted the seeds of Quercus robur, what would grow?'" and confidently said: "Quercus is a type of tree, Chris" before being handed the cheque. Afterwards, the former physics teacher also joined forces with Eggheads in 2008 and 2009, but wasn't as lucky as his team failed to win the series. … [Read more...] about Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: all the past winners here
Infantino 4-in-1 Milestones and Memories Twist and Fold Gym Not only can you use this twist and fold gym as a play mat, but it also serves as a cute backdrop to capture special milestones for your baby. It features five multi-sensory toys to encourage exploration, and offers five play modes as your baby develops, including lay and play, tummy time, sit and play, on-the-go stroller toys and a milestone photo prop. … [Read more...] about 8 best baby play mats to educate and entertain your little one
It’s theatrical in its execution, too. The filmmaker Jay Roach directed the microanthology — five 15-or-so-minute speeches delivered straight to camera — and you would think at some point that the logic (and magic) of TV would have dominated the result. But no, HBO polish aside, a monologue always smells of the stage. Venues large and small have been releasing tons of this material, all of it made in quarantine. Actors did this sort of webcam performance for the Public’s own The Line (the documentary-theater-style tribute to medical workers); the 24 Hour Plays folks have released more than 200 in their Viral Monologues series. It’s been about six months of watching Zooms and forcefully reminding yourself that all of us are doing a lot with very little. … [Read more...] about Is As Distanced As Its Subject