Daily Archives: January 11, 2022

Olivia Bowen shows off her midriff after revealing that she and Alex Bowen are expecting a baby this summer. She announced her pregnancy with her 30-year-old husband, Alex, on the first day of the New Year. Olivia Bowen, meanwhile, looked incredible in a black long-sleeved crop top that showed off her stomach tattoo. The 28-year-old former Love Island contestant paired the cropped top with a pair of stylish cargo-style trousers and a pair of unusual black stilettos. She accessorized with a chain necklace and a pair of black Balenciaga heels with the brand’s logo emblazoned across the front. Olivia wore…

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KFC’s new plant-based Beyond Meat chicken nuggets are getting rave reviews. Kentucky Fried Chicken debuted plant-based chicken nuggets in the United States this week, and taste-testers and early customers have already raved about them, describing them as “yummy” and claiming they can’t tell the difference between them and real chicken. KFC’s plant-based fried chicken, created in collaboration with Beyond Meat, debuted on Monday in select US locations, making it the first major chain to offer its own plant-based chicken nugget. The faux-meat was described as ‘tasty’ and ‘a surprisingly pleasant alternative’ by DailyMail.com staffers who tried it, with only a…

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The first meeting with’sneering’ King Albert II ‘brought the illegitimate Belgian princess to tears.’ King Albert II of Belgium’s illegitimate daughter claims he made her cry when he accused the artist of pursuing her paternity claim because she ‘wanted attention.’ Princess Delphine, 53, described her now-famous father as “nasty” in a new television documentary about their first meeting. Delphine was officially recognized as his daughter in October 2020, after a lengthy legal battle. ‘Ah, because things aren’t going so well as an artist, you need some attention,’ she said to the VTM channel during their first meeting in 2013. ‘At…

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A prominent Taliban critic, according to his daughter, was released after his arrest. Prof Faizullah Jalal had made statements on social media, according to a Taliban spokesperson, in which he was “trying to instigate people against the system.” According to his daughter, a prominent Afghan university professor who was detained by Taliban authorities after criticizing them on television was released on Tuesday. Professor Faizullah Jalal was detained by Taliban forces in Kabul on Saturday and taken to an unknown location. Hardline Islamists have repressed dissent since taking power, violently dispersing women’s rights protests and briefly detaining several Afghan journalists. “I…

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The filming of HBO’s Batgirl in Glasgow continues as a Batman and Robin mural is erected. On Tuesday, filming for HBO’s Batgirl film, which stars Leslie Grace as the titular character and Michael Keaton as the Dark Knight himself, continued in Glasgow. As the city’s transformation into Gotham nears completion, crew members were seen using machinery to hoist a brick wall mural of Batman and Robin into place, while elsewhere a billboard for fictional coffee shop Sundollar was given its finishing touches. Set dressers appeared to be converting a local newsagent into a flower shop in other photos, while fellow…

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On the market for £2.5 million is a Georgian waterfront home that once housed POWs during the Spanish Armada. A £2.5 million waterfront mansion that once housed Spanish POWs and hosted a future king has gone on the market. Cliff Cottage is located on the beautiful Galmpton Creek, a tributary of the Dart River in Devon. Sir John Gilbert of Greenway House, Sir Walter Raleigh’s half brother, was instrumental in repelling troops from the Spanish Armada in 1588, and the area has a long history. He is said to have gathered 1,000 men on the common to repel Spanish invaders…

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A woman has spent the last 20 years adorning her west London home with colorful MOSAICS. A London artist has turned her five-bedroom home into a 20-year-long mosaic mural that is an autobiography of her life. Carrie Reichardt, 55, of Chiswick, west London, spent the last two decades creating the colorful art mural after falling in love with mosaicing after finishing her garden in 1997. Since then, she has continued to cover her entire house in mosaics, which she describes as an ‘autobiographical tattoo’ because it depicts the story of events that have occurred throughout her life. She claims that…

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By Mrinalika Roy and Emma FargeJan 11 (Reuters) – The World Health Organization said on Tuesday more research is needed to find out if existing COVID-19 vaccines provide adequate protection against the highly contagious Omicron variant, even as manufacturers develop next generation shots.The global health agency’s latest technical brief aims to answer some of the big outstanding questions about the heavily mutated variant which first emerged in November, such as on severity, transmissibility and ability to evade vaccines. It also fixes priorities for its member states.But on one of the key questions of whether a new Omicron-specific vaccine was needed…

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Boris Johnson is a “serial liar” and should be ousted from office after the latest revelation about a bring-your-own-booze drinks party at Downing Street, a former Conservative attorney general has said.Dominic Grieve accused the Prime Minister of a pattern of behaviour that is undermining trust, including by lying about potential rule-breaking gatherings at Number 10 during the first coronavirus lockdown.An email from Mr Johnson’s principal private secretary invited more than 100 Downing Street staff to an evening gathering on May 20 2020 when rules meant the public could only meet one other person outside.Multiple reports – including from his former…

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Jan 11 (Reuters) – Canadian Natural Resources Ltd on Tuesday joined its rivals in forecasting higher capital expenditure and production in 2022, as it bets on a sustained recovery of oil and gas prices from the pandemic-driven historic lows.Canadian producers are raising their full-year expenditures as they benefit from rallying crude and gas prices. However, companies are opting to spend on buybacks, dividends and squeezing more barrels out of existing assets instead of taking on large expansion projects.Last month, Canadian Natural’s (CNRL) rivals, Suncor Energy Inc, Cenovus Energy Inc and Imperial Oil Ltd , had raised their capital expenditure and…

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