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  • Love Island's Megan Barton-Hanson just got an exciting new job!

    It's crazy that this time last year Megan Barton-Hanson was just a regular 20-something girl auditioning for Love Island. Fast forward a year and she found (a short-lived) romance with Wes Nelson, a crazy level of fame, 1.9 million Instagram followers and lucrative advertising deals - not bad going, hey? We've still not put up the photo frame we bought back in 2016. After an exciting role as a Pretty Little Thing ambassador, Megan has now turned her hand to the beauty industry. That's right, she has signed up with Avon as the face of its new beauty range -

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  • James Middleton speaks out about loneliness and who was there for him

    The Duchess of Cambridge's younger brother James Middleton has spoken out about experiencing loneliness in a rare Instagram post. The 31-year-old uploaded a photo of himself and his pet dog in the snow during a skiing holiday, and wrote: "I've been in that angst of loneliness, where you're really alone in the universe. Luckily for me I had my dogs." Followers were quick to comment on the post, with one writing: "You're never alone, and yes, dogs are the best," while another said: "So glad that you had the sweet, unconditional love of your dear companion animals." A third