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The little prince turns one on April 23, 2019.Sports Evening Standard
Gary Neville has called on Manchester United's star-studded attack to start delivering on the pitch following a miserable run of form, while also claiming that David De Gea has been "distracted" by contract talks. United's shock 4-0 Premier League defeat at Everton on Sunday marked a run of six defeats in eight games in all competitions, with the Red Devils' results nosediving since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was confirmed as the club's permanent manager. Solskjaer's side have exited the Champions League and FA Cup in recent weeks, and their hopes of a top-four finish were hit by the humiliating loss at Goodison Park.Style Yahoo Style UK
Anna Whitelock on Harry and Meghan: “I think the line that they’re walking and going to have to walk very carefully is between royalty and celebrity.Movies Digital Spy
"I almost packed it all in."
A brave cop ran to save the life of a hearing-impaired elderly man from an oncoming train. The 70-year-old man was sitting on the edge of a platform at the railway station on April 21. He failed to notice or hear Jambuwati Howrah Express passing through the tracks next to him. A railway police constable Abhishek Pandey who was patrolling the platform saw that the elderly man’s life was in danger. He ran and pulled him to safety on time. Abhishek’s senior officers praised his work and said he would be rewarded.News HuffPost UK
Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood has shared his thoughts onStacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton's rumoured romanceNews Evening Standard
Rachel Johnson reveals plans to stand as European elections candidate for Change UK and takes swipe at brother Boris
Rachel Johnson, sister of Boris, today revealed she is standing as a European election candidate - and took a swipe at her Brexiteer brother. Talking exclusively to the Evening Standard, the campaigning journalist said she will stand in the South West region for Change UK, the pro-Remain party set up by The Independent Group of MPs. Ms Johnson said she did not want to see Brexit “rubbing out my children’s prospects and chances of living and travelling and working in Europe”.