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Best 31-2020

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1 min.
overseas treats

‘How long can the British people be deprived of Australian foods such as Tim Tams?’ asked Boris Johnson recently, as he attempted to explain that we would soon start to send the Aussie Penguin biscuits in return for their amazing Tim Tams (believe me, these biscuits are good), as part of our post-Brexit free-trade deals. ‘I want a world where we send you Marmite, and you send us Vegemite,’ the PM continued. Eamonn Holmes thinks this makes perfect sense – especially for those who, like himself, no longer live in their homeland. If you have never heard of them, the Irish have their own crisp brand – Tayto. There are two sorts. One made in the North and one made South of the border. ‘They’re both lovely but, obviously, I have to be loyal, so…

4 min.
start your week with a smile

1 ARISE, SIR TOM We were thrilled to see Captain Tom Moore being knighted by the Queen at an investiture at Windsor Castle recently. The incredible World War II veteran – who is 100 years old – aimed to raise £1,000 for NHS charities during lockdown by embarking on 100 laps of his garden. The hero ended up raising more than £32 million! Congratulations, Sir Tom – you deserve it. Relaxed, formal or simply stunning – these ladies let the maxi dress do all the hard work 2 Summer dress style For a low-maintenance fashion throw-on, make it a maxi. Myleene Klass, 42, looks stunning in a pink Forever Unique dress that could work at a wedding ormade more casual with a denim jacket. Lisa Snowdon, 48, also took a relaxed approach, teaming her…

2 min.
the ‘curse’ of glee

It was one of the most fun-filled shows on TV, but what happened to some of those that found fame on the hit US musical comedy-drama Glee – about a group of high school misfits who join a music club – was much, much darker. Now, whispers of a ‘curse’ surrounding the show (which ran from 2009 to 2015) have resurfaced – following the shock death of cast member Naya Rivera, 33. On 8 July, Naya (who played sassy Santana Lopez) took a pontoon boat out on Lake Piru in California with her four-year-old son, Josey. When she failed to return, an alarm was raised and, in a scene too devastating to contemplate, Naya’s little boy was found alone. Josey – who Naya shared with ex-husband Ryan Dorsey – was still wearing his…

2 min.
tess’s deepest fear?

A mid rumours that TV presenter Vernon Kay could be set to enter this year’s I’m A Celebrity jungle in a £250,000 deal, his wife, Tess Daly, 51, may secretly not be feeling so thrilled. The 46-year-old from Preston has allegedly been approached by ITV to take part in the hit reality show which, due to Covid-19, may now be filmed in the wilds of Scotland, instead of the jungle temperatures of Australia. It’s a high-profile slot, and 10 years after Vernon humiliated Tess – when it was revealed he had been ‘sexting’ glamour model Rhian Sugden – there may be a part of her that’s terrified at what fellow campmates might want to talk about around the campfire. It’s been the scene of many a confession over the years. Poor Tess –…

4 min.
breakaway kate

We’ve seen quite a lot of the Duchess of Cambridge during lockdown. Most recently she popped up in the sunny grounds of Sandringham House in Norfolk, giving an interview to BBC Breakfast. It was to support ‘Tiny Happy People’ – a charitable collaboration between her Royal Foundation and the BBC, providing support to new parents. And once again Kate, 38, who was sporting new honey-coloured highlights in her chestnut locks, was talking about a cause close to her heart – childcare, particularly in the early years. The mum-of-three is clearly passionate about parenting, and, with Wills having shown he shares her hands-on approach, it raises the distinct possibility that when it comes to their brood, she and William will be prepared to break with tradition and do things their own way. And…

1 min.
louis just wants to hug!

There is one little member of the Cambridge family who is still rather oblivious to the harsh realities of life in the Corona era. Kate revealed recently that Prince Louis, who at just two is looking remarkably like his mum these days, has to be kept on a tight rein. ‘Louis doesn’t understand social distancing, he goes out wanting to cuddle everything, particularly any babies younger than him. If you put him down, he’s off,’ she said. Sounds like a typical two-year-old to us! The Royal mum, clearly besotted even though she has her hands full, also revealed of her brood, ‘My children have bottomless pits. I feel like a constant feeding machine.’ WORDS: DEIRDRE O’BRIEN PICTURES: GETTY, KENSINGTON PALACE, PA MEDIA…