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Laura Hamilton has welcomed her second child, a baby girl. The A Place in the Sun presenter announced the exciting news on Twitter on Saturday night, writing: "So excited to be able to announce we welcomed our little girl in to the world today! All doing well and she is gorgeous." News of the special new arrival was met with a host of congratulatory messages for Laura, 33, and her insurance broker husband Alex Goward and her tweeted was favourited 114 times. So excited to be able to announce we welcomed our little girl in to the world today! @hellomag All
Echoing the warm welcome that he received at Sydney Opera House on Thursday, scores of royal fans turned out to see Prince Harry when he arrived in New Zealand on Saturday. After touching down the country's capital Wellington, Harry was met by Prime Minister John Key and taken to Government House where he took part in a traditional "wero", or challenge, from a Maori warrior on the lawn. Harry picked up a ceremonial dart that was placed on the ground in front of him, showing that he came in peace. A Maori call of welcome then rang out and a
Bobby Brown and Pat Houston, sister-in-law to the late Whitney Houston, have been named as Bobbi Kristina Brown's co-guardians. The 22-year-old's father and aunt are now legally in charge of her care and medical needs. "We are delighted to inform the public that the court has appointed Bobby Brown and Pat Houston as co-guardians of Bobbi Kristina Brown ('Krissi')," read a statement received by People magazine. "Both Mr. Brown and Ms. Houston are jointly responsible for decisions related to Krissi's care and medical needs." Bobbi Kristina with her aunt Pat Houston The statement was released by Pat Houston, Cissy Houston's counsel, David
Gillian Taylforth has been banned from driving for two years. During a hearing at Stevenage Crown Court on Friday the former EastEnders actress was told that she wouldn't be able to drive for 24 months after being found to be over three times the legal limit during an incident in February. The 59-year-old pleaded guilty to the charges three months ago although later she made an application to overturn the driving ban part of her sentence due to 'special reasons', but not the conviction itself. Gillian has been banned from driving for two-years Mum-of-two Gillian asked to be allowed to continue driving,