Nov 24, 2022
Who is Mollie King and does she have children?
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MOLLIE KING rose to fame as part of the pop girl group, The Saturdays.
On November 24, 2022, the singer announced that she and her husband had recently welcomed their first child together.2Credit: Rex Features Who is Mollie King?
Mollie King, 35, is a singer and model from Wandsworth in London, best known for being one-fifth of the girl band, The Saturdays.
As a youngster, Mollie was a skiing champion and a finalist in the Miss Guildford beauty pageant.
She began her rise to fame by auditioning for The X Factor in 2005 at the early age of 18, where she clashed with Sharon Osbourne over her chosen outfit despite impressing with her vocals.
Mollie returned in 2007 as part of the girl band, Fallen Angelz, but they did not progress past the Bootcamp round.WALMART BLOODBATH Walmart shooting victims pictured with teen among six 'killed by manager'DARK DEEDS Chilling note found by Walmart 'mass shooter's' body 'listed his targets''I'M OUT!' Little People fans vow to boycott show after Zach & Tori's talk about hotdogs'KILLER' NAMED Walmart shooting suspect, 31, pictured after 'shooting dead 6 co-workers'
That same year, Mollie auditioned to be part of the girl band, The Saturdays, alongside the likes of Frankie Sandford, who had been a member of S Club Juniors.
As soon as they'd formed, the group toured with Girls Aloud, and they eventually released four albums and sold over five million of them.
Among their best-known songs are Ego, Issues and their cover of Just Can't Get Enough.
After seven years in action and four tours, plus their own show called Chasing The Saturdays, the band went on permanent hiatus in 2014.
In 2017 the band reunited for the first time to celebrate the decade since they formed.
Mollie released her debut single, Back To You, in 2016, and went on to take part in the BBC series, Strictly, in 2017.
Mollie has now turned her hand to presenting and is known for hosting This Morning and Radio 1's weekend breakfast show.
In 2022, BBC Radio 1 announced that Mollie King would host a brand new show on the station - BBC Radio 1’s Future Pop.
The series launched in September and airs Thursdays from 8pm to 10pm.
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Mollie began dating England cricket star, Stuart Broad, back in 2018 - but the pair split just five months later in August of that year.
At the time, a source said: “Mollie and Stuart’s romance has fizzled out. Their schedules are packed and it’s not been easy to see each other often.
“It wasn’t working so they went their separate ways. There are no hard feelings.”
However, the pair rekindled the spark shortly after with the bowler proposing to the radio host on New Year's Day 2021.
Before Stuart, Mollie enjoyed a high-profile romance with British model, David Gandy, in 2011.
Their relationship lasted ten months, and they got back together in 2015, only to split again the following year.
Prior to that, she dated Andy Brown, the lead singer of Lawson.2 Mollie King shares one child with Stuart BroadCredit: Instagram Does Mollie King have any children?
In June 2022, Mollie revealed she is expecting her first child with Stuart.
She shared her exciting news on Instagram alongside a picture of the cricketer kissing her growing bump
Mollie wrote: “Stuart and I are so so happy to share that we’re expecting a baby later this year! We’re absolutely over the moon.”
Her bandmates rushed to congratulate her with Rochelle Humes writing: “Best news ever.”WALMART BLOODBATH Walmart shooting victims pictured with teen among six 'killed by manager'DARK DEEDS Chilling note found by Walmart 'mass shooter's' body 'listed his targets''I'M OUT!' Little People fans vow to boycott show after Zach & Tori's talk about hotdogs'KILLER' NAMED Walmart shooting suspect, 31, pictured after 'shooting dead 6 co-workers'
On November 24, 2022, Mollie took to social media, once again, to announce that she and her fiancé had welcomed their daughter into the world.
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TDOE Announces Partnership to Deliver Foundational Reading Books to Young Children Through the Christmas Season
The Tennessee Department of Education announced a partnership with the Governor’s Early Literacy Foundation (GELF) on Wednesday aimed to deliver books to the parents of young elementary school-aged children this winter. The books are offered at no cost and are for kindergarten through second grade children. The effort is part of the state’s increased commitment to early childhood literacy under Governor Lee.
James Pond, GELF President said in a statement. “Through this partnership, we aim to strengthen early literacy by promoting a culture of reading and learning outside of the classroom. When children are on holiday break from school, we encourage families to take a break from the screens and read together with these resources. Books build learners; books bond families.”
The initiative is expected to encourage young readers to read more outside the classroom by providing reading material for their homes. Through the program website, parents can sign up to receive seven At-Home Decodable booklets, which contain more than 20 stories full of sounds and words to practice. Parents also receive two or three Scholastic books.
The program’s book titles are listed here.
A “decodable” is a book or story that, that is written with a focus on important foundational skills, like letter sounds, through the usage of familiar words. The books provide an opportunity for emerging readers to practice their developing decodable skills while reading at home with family members.
Reading material given to beginning readers sets their ‘reading reflex’ — the habit of using knowledge of letter-sound relationships as the first strategy for reading unfamiliar words. Decodable books provide students an opportunity to ‘sound out,’ rather than guess, unknown words. The development of this skill leads to more successful independent reading. Studies have found that children were more likely to apply their phonics knowledge, read more accurately, and needed less help when reading decodable books.
Furthermore, findings published in the journal Social Science Research show that a child raised in a home with access to books positively impacts future academic growth and job attainment. As reported by Pacific Standard when it comes to standardized tests, “Regardless of how many books the family already has, each addition to the home library helps children do better.”
GELF is a non-profit founded in 2004 by former Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen a public-private partnership to foster a love of reading in preschool children by expanding Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library program statewide as a public-private partnership with the intent of fostering a lifelong love of reading by expanding Dolly Parton’s Imagine Library program statewide. Parton’s program gifts children, through the mail, one book a month from infancy to age five.
Since successfully expanding the much-heralded Imagine Library program, GELF has expanded its vision to include four other key programs – Storybook Trails, Book Buses, Caregiver Engagement, and K–3 Home Library.
The “At-Home Decodable” book program is a part of the $100 million federally funded Reading 360 initiative, created in the wake of the pandemic in order to help young students impacted by school closures.
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TC Weber is a reporter at The Tennessee Star and The Star News Network. He also writes the blog Dad Gone Wild. Follow TC on Twitter. Email tips to [email protected] He’s the proud parent of two public school children and the spouse of a public school teacher.
Photo “Parents Reading a Book to Child During Christmas Season” by William Fortunato.