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WHO 27 August 2018

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1 min.
time for a break

Unless you’ve been off Instagram this winter, it’s likely you’ll have seen what feels like 90 per cent of the population on holidays. It feels like every day this month our WHO inbox has been flooded with pictures of celebs floating in the crystal clear waters of the Maldives, jumping off yachts in the Caribbean or sunning themselves on the white sandy beaches of Mexico. Beyond the fact that it’s chilly here at home, this time of year always feels like the perfect time for a quick midyear reboot, even if it is just an hour down the road to a cottage in the forest, or a shack by the beach for the weekend. And that’s what I did last weekend, I bundled up my 10-month-old, hubby and a group…

5 min.
angelina jolie ‘why i’ll fight brad for my kids’

With a wide smile in place, Angelina Jolie looked happy and relaxed as she left a West Hollywood supermarket on Aug. 13, with three of her children in tow—Zahara, 13, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 10—as well as a bodyguard who helped with the bags, a nice moment for the famous family, caught running errands at Whole Foods. The mundane domestic scene was in marked contrast to reports the movie star’s custody battle with ex Brad Pitt has become even more heated, with the Maleficent actress ordered to remain in Los Angeles by the judge in the latest chapter of their divorce case, and that her six children must remain in California so they can be in close proximity to their father. If Jolie refuses, she risks losing physical custody of…

1 min.
how their divorce exploded

On Sept. 19, 2016, Jolie files for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. Soon after, Pitt is investigated over allegations he was abusive to one of the kids. In October 2016, Pitt is allowed supervised weekly visits with his youngest kids. A month later, authorities conclude the investigation with no charges. In January 2017, the exes release a statement saying they’ll settle privately and “act as a united front.” In June 2018, a judge warns Jolie could lose custody unless their kids spend more time with Pitt. On Aug. 7, Jolie asks for a hearing to force Pitt to pay more child support.…

3 min.
will he ever see his daughter again?

FOLLOWING HIS DESPERATE ATTEMPTS to reach out to his estranged daughter Meghan on her 37th birthday on Aug. 4, Thomas Markle Snr has given yet another emotional interview acknowledging his fractured relationship with the Duchess of Sussex could be beyond repair. Speaking with The Sun on Sunday, the retired TV lighting engineer revealed he hadn’t received a birthday card from Meghan, despite having sent two to her earlier this month, and has not spoken to his daughter or Prince Harry, 33, since the day after the royal wedding in May. “I want to say good luck and God bless to my daughter,” the 74-year-old told the UK paper from his home in Mexico. “I don’t expect to see her or hear back from her—and that’s OK.” In the latest controversial interview,…

1 min.
a home fit for a prince

Newlyweds Meghan and Harry are expected to rest their royal heads in style when they head to Australia for their first tour Down Under as a married couple in October. While it has not been confirmed where they will stay, it’s believed the $40 million waterfront Villa del Mare is a frontrunner to house the Duke and Duchess of Sussex while they are in Sydney for the 2018 Invictus Games from Oct. 20–27. The three-level mansion in the exclusive suburb of Point Piper has eight bedrooms, an infinity pool, a private butler’s residence and breathtaking views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. While on tour, the couple will also visit New Zealand, Fiji and the Kingdom of Tonga. MEGA AGENCY; GETTY IMAGES; MEGA AGENCY; LJ HOOKER DOUBLE BAY (2)…

2 min.
‘i didn’t kill my kids’

SITTING IN AN INTERROGATION room in the NSW Hunter Valley, child serial killer Kathleen Folbigg, sobbed, “No! No! No! No!” as police asked whether she killed her four babies. Despite her denials, as seen in the footage aired on the ABC’s Aug. 13 episode of Australian Story, a NSW Supreme Court jury in May 2003 found Folbigg guilty of the murder of Patrick, 7 months, Sarah, 10 months, and Laura, 18 months. She was also charged with the manslaughter of her firstborn Caleb whose death was initially attributed to SIDS after Folbigg alleged she found him dead in his cot 19 days after he was born on Feb. 1, 1989. The now 51-year-old was sentenced to 40 years in jail, but has maintained that her children died of natural causes. The…