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Pippa Middleton and James Matthews are the proud parents of a baby son following his arrival last week. In the photos obtained by Mail Online, Pippa looked stylish dressed in a polka dot print dress by Kate Spade, which she teamed with a pair of white trainers and a navy cardigan, completing her look with some oversized shades. James, meanwhile, looked smart in a checked shirt and chinos as he pushed his baby boy in his pram, while linking arms with his wife.News Evening Standard
Prince Harry reveals pregnancy 'taking its toll' as Duchess of Sussex pulls out of Invictus Games event
The Duke of Sussex urged his pregnant wife to slow down after she felt tired when the opening of the Invictus Games opening ceremony overran by nearly two hours, royal sources have said. The pregnant Meghan, Duchess of Sussex joined Prince Harry at a lunch reception in central Sydney after missing a cycling event earlier in the day on Sunday. Harry told some Invictus competitors his wife was "resting back at home, pregnancy takes its toll", according to the MailOnline.Sports The Independent
As everyone went into hurry up and wait mode, the only thing missing was Danny Ric dancing with Dani Kvyat in the Red Bull pit, or Sauber floating paper boats down the pitlane. Then, finally, with 42 minutes remaining, Brendon Hartley ventured out of the Toro Rosso pit. Thank the Lord for the bold New Zealander with the wild hair! Stoffel Vandoorne took his McLaren out too.Style HuffPost UK
‘Strictly Come Dancing’ Judge Craig Revel Horwood Blasts Tess Daly's ‘Dull Questions’ And Labels Bruno Tonioli An 'Attention Seeker’
Craig Revel Horwood has never been one to mince his words, but the 'StrictlyStyle India Today
A picture of Priyanka Chopra and Hugh Jackman is doing the rounds on social media.Lifestyle Elle
"She's living each day one at a time."News The Independent
The face Britain has been presenting to the world of late is nasty, narrow minded, inward looking and small, with the news agenda dominated by the likes of bigoted Boris Johnson, jabbering Jacob Rees-Mogg, dunderheaded David Davis, and, um, Iain Duncan Smith, the hammer of the disabled.