• The Huffington Post UK

    Victoria Beckham Feared She'd Have 'Nothing To Say' To David During Recent Romantic Holiday

    Victoria Beckham has admitted she had concerns ahead of her recent 20th anniversary holiday with husband David, in case they had run out of things to talk to one another about. “I said to David, 'God, what will we have to say to each other when it's just us?' But we talked and laughed the whole time, and not even about the kids or work,” she told the Telegraph. “He's better at sending me up,” Victoria added. During the trip, Victoria shared photos on Instagram from their private tour of the Palace of Versailles which David had arranged as a surprise for her.

  • The Huffington Post UK

    Paul Sinha Is In No Hurry To Meet Gemma Collins Again Following Their Awkward Celebrity Catchphrase Appearance

    Paul Sinha, who is one of the regular chasers on ITV daytime quiz show The Chase, labelled The GC “one of the most horrible people on the planet” after he appeared alongside her and Strictly pro Anton Du Beke on Celebrity Catchphrase last month. Paul, who is also a stand-up comedian, told the audience at his gig at the Watersmeet Theatre in Rickmansworth, Herts, that she was “rude” and ignored him and Anton when the cameras weren't rolling. “Gemma Collins is one of the most horrible people on the planet,” he told the crowd. “She demanded we call her The GC, and was one of the rudest people I have ever met. She refused to speak to Anton and I when the cameras weren't rolling.” He added: “There

  • Big News Network.com

    Jacob Pechecnik speaks out after ex-wife Zooey Deschanel moves on

    Washington [USA], Sept 15 (ANI): Zooey Deschanel's estranged husband Jacob Pechecnik has broken his silence about the current state of his relationship with his ex. Rumours of Deschanel's new romance with the star of 'Property Brothers', Jonathon Scott, have been widely reported and breaking his silence on the matter, Pechenik told Hollywood Life, as cited by People, "Everything is amicable and we have two beautiful children together". Commenting on co-parenting, he added, "We have been raising them and we are going to continue to raise them, and take great care of them. I am happy," he added. On Friday, it was confirmed that Deschanel had moved on with Scott. The duo was also recently spotted

  • TheJournal.ie

    How many people in Northern Ireland would vote for Irish unification? It's the week in numbers

    EVERY WEEK, TheJournal.ie offers a selection of statistics and numerical nuggets to help you digest the week that has just passed. 9: The number of government departments, out of 17, which have confirmed they are either using or have used unpaid interns since August 2014.  22: The number of years that passed before the remains of a man, who went missing in Florida, were found after his submerged car was noticed on Google Maps. 41 million: The number of passenger journeys on the Luas in 2018, an 11% jump on the previous year.  44: The number of places that Trinity College Dublin dropped in the World University Rankings, prompting a call for a “national strategy for university rankings”.  51: The

  • The Huffington Post UK

    Rugby Star Gareth Thomas Goes Public With HIV Status After Facing 'Blackmailing'

    Gareth has also given his first interview about being HIV-positive to the Sunday Mirror, telling them he's been “living with this secret for years” and even felt “suicidal” as a result of the “shame” he felt about not telling anyone about his condition. Now at a point where medication means his HIV is “undetectable” and can't be passed on, Gareth says he now feels “empowered” and hopes he can use his platform to educate others and destigmatise the condition for other people who are HIV-positive. Gareth came out as gay in 2009, retiring from professional rugby two years later. Since then, he's made multiple appearances on reality TV shows including Dancing On Ice, Celebrity Big Brother and The Jump.

  • TheJournal.ie

    Republic of Shame: 'One woman came in wearing two corsets to hide her pregnancy'

    CAELAINN HOGAN GREW UP just a stone's throw from Ireland's biggest holding centre for adoptions. “These institutions were places that you walked by every day and you didn't know the history, didn't know what happened behind the walls.” Hogan has friends whose mothers were adopted from mother and baby homes and through her work as a journalist has met people who were born the same year as her - in 1988 - in the Bessborough home in Cork. With her new book, Republic of Shame, she wants to highlight how much this period in Irish history still impacts on people today. “Talking to people my own age who were affected by this really impressed on me how recent this is, it's not the past,” she told TheJournal.ie.

  • Big News Network.com

    White House finally admits killing Hamza bin Laden

    WASHINGTON, DC - The White House has confirmed the death of Hamza bin Laden, the son of Osama bin Laden. Despite reports last month that bin Laden had been killed, the U.S. government refused to make any comment. Now on Saturday the White House has issued what it says is a 'statement from the President,' in which it confirms the son of Osama was killed 'in a United States counterterrorism operation in the Afghanistan/Pakistan region.' "The loss of Hamza bin Laden not only deprives al-Qaeda of important leadership skills and the symbolic connection to his father, but undermines important operational activities of the group," the statement said. "Hamza bin Laden was responsible for planning and