Jacqueline Jossa has been praised by followers after she penned a candid post on motherhood. The former EastEnders star, who welcomed baby Mia towards the end of last month, confessed that she was finding the new adjustment in her life somewhat "hard". In a lengthy post, she wrote: "Me and my girlies. Yes I am tired, yes it is hard work! I'm actually feeling quite lucky with these two girls they're both (fingers crossed) being angels, I know it's only been 11 days, but so far so good!" She added: "I know I look tired, I'm aware it's not
David Beckham and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have upped the stakes on Saturday's World Cup quarter-final. The footballers have challenged each other to a wager just hours before England takes on Sweden. Swedish sportsman Zlatan, who now plays in the US and has represented Sweden in two World Cups, took to Instagram on Friday to challenge the former England captain. Sharing a throwback picture of the pair, he wrote: "Yo @davidbeckhamif @england wins I buy you dinner where ever you want in the world, but if @swemntwins you buy me whatever I want from @ikeasverige ok?" David Beckham and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have
Bill Roache has opened up about his daughter Vanya's death, revealing that he managed to get over the grief "in just a few days". The Coronation Street actor's eldest daughter died from liver failure, aged just 50, in March. Speaking about the mourning process, the soap star told Spirit & Destiny magazine: "If I grieve, it's because I miss her and that's negative. And where she is, she'll pick up on that, so I send her my love. After the death of the physical body, the soul returns to heaven, which is our eternal home. Vanya has gone to
Rebekah Vardy is one doting wife! The 36-year-old has continued to show her support for husband Jamie Vardy ahead of Saturday's England v Sweden quarter-final of the World Cup in Russia. Taking to her Instagram page, the TV star shared a patriotic snap of herself and her children - all clad in England T-shirts - flying on a private jet to Samara from the team's base in Repino. "Come on England #worldcup," she simply wrote in the caption. The wives and girlfriends of the England team have been staying in Saint Petersburg, where the footballers have their base in
Serena Williams has revealed she has been left heartbroken after missing a major milestone in her daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian's life - her first steps! The tennis star, who is currently competing in Wimbledon, took to Twitter to share her annoyance, admitting that training for the tennis championship got in the way. "She took her first steps... I was training and missed it. I cried," the mum-of-one tweeted. Serena, 36, made her return to the grass courts of SW19 on Monday, after taking a year away from the game to welcome her first child - who is now 10
Danny Dyer has led the support of the EastEnders cast ahead of England's quarter-final against Sweden in Saturday's World Cup match. The actor, who plays Queen Vic landlord Mick Carter, could be seen belting out the words to Three Lions (It's Coming Home) along with some of his co-stars in a segment played on BBC Breakfast. The cast of the BBC soap sang to their hearts content, all waving England flags, as they paid tribute to the team ahead of the high-anticipated match. EastEnders has well and truly gotten into the World Cup spirit The footage comes shortly after Danny celebrated
Samia Longchambon has revealed she has been learning reflexology to help deal with her anxiety. The Coronation Street star, who plays hairdresser Maria Connor in the ITV soap, confessed she is training for the qualification alongside her acting job. "I've always been interested in reflexologies and holistic therapies and things. And it's just given me a focus, a break from my own head," she shared at a press day. Samia Longchambon has been open about her battle with anxiety in the past The 35-year-old went on to explain how she decide to take up the course when her son Yves was
Prince William was having a tuneful moment in the seconds that followed England’s victory in the World Cup 2018 quarter finals - with the British royal taking to Twitter to express his excitement at his nation’s 2:0 final score. And like the rest of the country, there was one tune in particular that was going round in his head - David Baddiel and Frank Skinner’s 1996 hit 'Three Lions (Football’s Coming Home)'! "You wanted to make history @England and you are doing just that," wrote the proud Duke of Cambridge. "This has been an incredible #WorldCup run and we’ve enjoyed every minute.