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Stacey Solomon has shared her first update since giving birth to a baby boy yesterday (May 23) - on the day she was meant to have a Loose Women baby shower, no less! Stacey's partner Joe Swash announced the happy news in a touching Instagram post yesterday evening, but Stacey herself has now thanked fans for their well-wishes. In a statement shared on Loose Women, Stacey joked that she was "gutted" to be missing out on her baby shower on the show, but will be watching from home instead.Entertainment HuffPost
WARNING: Spoilers for “Game of Thrones” below: It wasn't written in the stars, but possibly on a poster? Some “Game of Thrones” fans believe the identity of the eventual ruler of Westeros was actually revealed in a promotional image that previewed the very first season of HBO's epic fantasy drama. The picture, below, shows Ned Stark (played by Sean Bean) on the Iron Throne.Lifestyle Marie Claire
Meghan Markle's best friend Jessica Mulroney has reportedly headed to the U.K. to visit the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and meet their son Archie Harrison. Toronto-based Mulroney was seen boarding a flight to London, and later posted a photo taken in Windsor, just a few minutes from Frogmore Cottage. Stylist Mulroney attended Meghan's baby shower in New York, and has been a close BFF to the Duchess for years.News HuffPost UK
Johnson, who was the face of the Vote Leave campaign, is the favourite of the Tory grassroots. Some MPs believe Johnson's populist touch is what is needed to reconnect with voters and see off the challenge from both Jeremy Corbyn and Nigel Farage. But there are many other MPs who want to block him from becoming one of the the final two that party members can choose from - in part due to his potential support for a no-deal Brexit.Lifestyle Cosmopolitan
Sophie Turner just took the post-Game of Thrones transformation to the next level by getting bangs. Spoiler alert: They look really, really good. YOU GUYS.
CNBC's Arjun Kharpal reports that Huawei's own operating system may be ready for use in China this year. That, however, would only happen if Huawei is completely banned from using software from Google and Microsoft, according to a company executice.