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    A TEEN MUM has revealed that her decision to become a young mum was the best thing she's done. Jazmine, from the US, decided to get pregnant at the age of 18 and can't wait to meet her baby boy. 2Yazmine decided to have a baby at 18, but trolls say she's made the wrong decisionCredit: TikTok/@ _trystians_wife1 Despite Jazmine being thrilled to be a teen mum, trolls online have claimed 'her life is already over' because of her decision. In a short clip she posted on TikTok, the mum-to-be revealed that being a teen mum is the best. However, trolls online were quick to share their opinions, one wrote: "Not a flex." "It’s not the best though your whole life over at such a young age," another added. READ MORE ON PARENTINGDRESSING DOWN I’m a teen mum - I dress my kids in tracksuits & don't care what people sayWOAH BABY! My baby is six months old and already MASSIVE - he’s so heavy Jazmine responded, saying: "My life is just beginning, totally not over!" In another short clip,...
    MOST parents start missing having a newborn in the house again once their kids have grown up. And one mum-of-ten has revealed how she thought she was done having children after most of hers grew up - then had a baby at the age of 47. 2Janel thought she was done having babies but it turned out she wasn'tCredit: tiktok/@happiness10timesover Janel, from Utah, US, shared in a TikTok video a picture of her large family. With six sons and four daughters ranging between the ages of 28 and five months old, the mum certainly has her work cut out. In fact, Janel thought she was done with having children entirely, but then her tenth child came along. In the video, Janel showed a picture of her large family and she wrote: "Me at 46 thinking I'm done having kids. READ MORE ON PARENTINGNIGHTMARE My daughter refuses to sleep alone, then I found out the terrifying reason whyGRANTASTIC I've become a grandmother BEFORE my mom - I've set an example for her "Me at 47 having baby number ten," as she...
    HANDING over £20 for a DIY divorce kit in WHSmith, Vicky Saynor and husband David* thought their short-lived marriage would be over in a flash. In reality, despite both wanting to end their relationship, what followed was months of legal wrangling and them having to “find” reasons and attribute blame. 4Vicky Saynor and her first husband thought their short-lived marriage would be over in a flash 4What followed was months of them having to 'find' reasons and attribute blame - Vicky is pictured here with her third husband Chris Under current law, “irretrievable breakdown of the marriage” must be shown for a divorce to be granted, and that requires proof of one or more of five grounds, including adultery and unreasonable behaviour. Mum-of-one Vicky, 46, who now lives with her third husband Chris, 46, in Cottered, Herts, says: “I’ve seen how the law can work against you, even when you are in a marriage that is over. “Through both my first and second divorces,...
    Serena and Venus Williams stunned in black swimsuits on the cover of the March issue of Harpers's Bazaar. The tennis superstars donned sexy one-shoulder one-pieces for the fashion magazine's Legacy Issue and talked about life after future retirement in the accompanying interview. 'From such a young age, all we've done is work,' Venus, 41, told Harper's. Gorgeous: Serena and Venus Williams stunned in black swimsuits on the cover of the March issue of Harpers's Bazaar She continued, 'So I think for Serena and I to explore that freedom is surreal. We've never been free.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Happy Valentine's Day! David Beckham pays tribute to his... Beyonce rocks gravity-defying waist-length braids while... Beyonce shows off her hourglass curves in a skintight mesh... Peyton Manning channels his inner Marty McFly while teaming... Share this article Share On the cover image, Serena rested her cheek on her sister's toned bicep as they gazed down at the camera.  Serena showcased her incredible figure in a Norma Kamali one-piece and accessorized with dazzling...
    A WOMAN explained that, as her 22-year-old doesn't want children, she decided to have two more kids so as to continue the family name. The 42-year-old felt that her daughter was selfish for being so set on not having her own children. 1The woman, 42, said her daughter, 22, didn't want to have children so she had another twoCredit: Getty She explained that she wanted to continue the family so "souls needing to come into our family for ancestral or karmic reasons" would still have the opportunity to be born. Taking to Reddit, she said: "I’m Gen X, and I have a huge problem with how I am left carrying the weight for Millennials. "My daughter is 22 and decided a while ago she does not want any kids. She's actually getting a procedure for sterilisation next year. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "But those souls needing to come into our family for ancestral or karmic reasons still need to be born. So I'm stuck birthing and raising two babies who should...
    GREAT mornings begin with a great breakfast. And there’s nothing that can ruin a breakfast more than a burnt fried egg. 3Fried eggs often get stuck to the pan and we end up losing their crunchy textureCredit: TikTok/@chadpostmusic 3According to one TikToker, he said there's a way to avoid this problemCredit: TikTok/@chadpostmusic We’ve all experienced the disappointment of a fried egg falling apart on the pan thanks to our attempts to scrape it off and serve it. One man online, who goes by @ChadPostMusic, said this often happens because our approach to pan-fried cooking is all wrong. In his TikTok, Chad began: “My degree is in culinary arts and this is the MOST important tip I EVER learned from being in the kitchen!” He showed an egg sizzling on the pan. “If whatever you’re cooking—like meats/eggs/anything else—is sticking to the pan, it is not done yet,” he began. Most read in LifestyleSTEPPING UP 'Hard core' royals rally around to ensure Queen isn't alone for XmasGIRLFRIEND GIFTS Best Christmas gifts for girlfriends 2021: What to get your leading ladyPIER-LESS Prince Harry...
    Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)Families of the victims of Monday's high-rise building collapse in Lagos have accused the Nigerian government of organizing a shambolic rescue effort. Several victims were believed to have been alive in the immediate aftermath of the collapse. On Tuesday, rescue workers said they spoke to several people trapped in the wreckage. One of those was 26-year-old Zainab Sanni, a microbiologist who was working with Fourscore Homes, the building's developers, as part of the country's mandatory youth service program. On Tuesday, rescue workers told her family she had identified herself by name. Her family was among many others who called out the names of their loved ones to rescue workers, who in turn said they were communicating with people under the rubble. It was a fleeting moment of joy and relief for over a dozen families. On Wednesday, rescue workers recovered Sanni's dead body. Read MoreOnlookers wait for news of survivors in a building collapse in Lagos, Nigeria, on November 2."I don't know why they were not able to reach her in time," Sanni's brother, Fawaz, told CNN. "Had...
    (CNN)Time is a funny thing. Not so long ago, it seems, I was an Indian girl, coming of age under the South African apartheid regime. Now I am 80 and apartheid is history, but challenges remain. The country is not yet an equal society -- economically or politically. To see how far we have still left to go to achieve true equality -- not only in South Africa but anywhere in the world where people are denied human rights and justice -- can feel daunting, but we must remember that if we do not remain vigilant, demand accountability and continue to work toward ending human rights violations everywhere, they are likely to be repeated anywhere. Navi PillayThe key to fighting against atrocities fueled by hate lies in the lessons of the Nuremberg trials from 75 years ago. As a law student in 1963, I was intrigued by the Nuremberg cases I pored over in the library; they gave me a framework for understanding apartheid-era crimes, and how the law could tackle state-sponsored violence and inequality. I became a lawyer in...
    SHIFTING in and out of lockdowns puts a strain on everyone's relationships, particularly if you're trying to keep the spark alive. The staggering impact that the pandemic has had on our love lives has caused many to find new and exciting ways to connect with their partners. 5Jana spoke on the podcast about ways to inject some spice into a lockdown romanceCredit: Instagram/@jana_hocking 5Jana suggested sex in public toilets as a way to keep the spark aliveCredit: Instagram/@jana_hocking Journalist Jana Hocking explained to news.com.au's podcast Kinda Sorta Dating the interesting ways she's used to keep the spark alive previously, and encourages others to do the same. She said: "Keep doing the walks, get frisky in a public toilet there’s ways to spice it up." Jana then confessed that she had had sex in a public loo with a previous boyfriend. While Jana recommends doing the deed in the public toilets, we certainly can't as it is not legal in the UK. 5She also suggested making the most of Zoom and phone sexCredit: Instagram/@jana_hocking 5Journalist Jana presents a podcast...
    A Virginia cop has been fired for anonymously donating $25 to Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse's legal fund with a note saying 'you've done nothing wrong'. Norfolk Police Lt. William K. Kelly lost his job after a hack revealed the names of those who gave money to help with the 18-year-old's costs.  Rittenhouse is accused of killing two protesters and wounding a third during a demonstration against police brutality in Wisconsin last August 25.  Kelly, who was second in command in the Norfolk Police Department's internal affairs division, is said to have written: 'God bless. Thank you for your courage. Keep your head up. You've done nothing wrong. 'Every rank and file police officer supports you. Don't be discouraged by actions of the political class of law enforcement leadership.' City Manager Chip Filer said: 'I have reviewed the results of the internal investigation involving Lt. William Kelly. Chief Larry Boone and I have concluded Lt. Kelly’s actions are in violation of City and departmental policies.  'His egregious comments erode the trust between the Norfolk Police Department and those they are sworn to serve.' ...
    Getty/Kevin C. Cox Each year, the Masters holds a media lottery. Winners get to play the course the Monday after the tournament ends. Here's what it is like, according to those who have done it before.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    BILLIONAIRE heiress Petra Ecclestone has slammed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for “wanting privacy” - as she says “all they’ve done is interviews.” The youngest daughter of former Formula One mogul, Bernie Ecclestone, made the comments after their tell-all explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey. 3Petra Ecclestone has slammed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for “wanting privacy”Credit: Getty - Contributor 3The comments come after their tell-all explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey Petra, 33, said: "I always tried to stand up for her," Petra said. "Harry and Meghan did have the freedom to leave [the Royal Family] if they really didn't want that life. "But, on the other hand, they said they wanted privacy and they didn't want to be famous and they didn't want to do interviews. “But all they've done since is basically do interviews." It come as complaints for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's ITV Oprah interview have now risen to more than 5,000. Another 778 complaints were recorded for the bombshell chat between March 16 and March 22, according to Ofcom's weekly broadcast report. 3It come as complaints...
    BEING 80 has drawbacks. Getting insurance, or a mortgage, running for a train or up steep stairs are damn near impossible. But when it comes to Covid jabs, we are certainly the lucky ones. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 4People queue outside a Covid-19 Vaccination Centre at Robertson House in Stevenage, HertfordshireCredit: EPA I got my first jab before Christmas and the second one last week, and I’ll be immune in another week.  The relief is huge and I’m profoundly grateful for the ­efficiency and speed of my local Chipping Norton Health Centre, mostly manned by volunteers. I would really encourage everyone to sign up to The Sun’s Jabs Army, and help out the centres to make the process go smoothly and quickly. We oldies queued outside on designated distanced spots, were sanitised, ushered into separate surgeries, bared an arm, were duly jabbed, (so painless I didn’t feel it), given a card saying we’d had the inoculation, sat on a chair for 15 minutes to be monitored for any reaction and were...
    Mark Wilson/Getty Images Long-time Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe said Vice President Mike Pence has lost his patience with President Donald Trump, telling the Tulsa World he’s never seen Pence as “angry” as he’s been this week. Pence began Wednesday by defying the president when he announced that, per the Constitution, he couldn’t reject swing state electors of Joe Biden during the certification of the 2020 presidential election. After Trump incited a mob to swarm the U.S. Capitol, Pence was among lawmakers on both sides of the aisle who were adamant to restart and complete the certification. Inhofe said there was at least 1,000 people in the government building as people were evacuated amid the riot. The senator also spoke about Pence and Trump’s relationship on Tuesday, a day before Trump supporters raided the Capitol. Tulsa World writes: Trump directed his disdain toward Vice President Mike Pence, who refused to do what Trump wanted him to do — illegally refuse to accept the final election results in his role as Senate president. By doing so, he may have alienated one of his most...
    DENVER (CBS4) – CBS4 is holding its annual Together 4 Colorado Toy Drive Collection at two King Soopers stores, the one on West Alameda at Belmar in Lakewood, and the other will be at 80th and Sheridan in Arvada. The collection runs from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. All the toys go to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver and they need 8,000 to make sure every one of their members gets something this Christmas. (credit CBS) Recently, CBS4’s Karen Leigh took a couple of club members toy shopping at a King Soopers store. King Soopers gave them $250 to buy some toys and gifts for their friends at the clubs. “So remember pick out things that you will like, and that you know your friends at the Boys & Girls Club would like too,” Leigh told the sisters. Christmas is a special time at the Boys & Girls Clubs. “I love especially how they decorate the Boys & Girls Club, and when you see a bunch of kids getting gifts from there, you just see all the...
    BERRY CREEK, Calif. —  Frank Martinez considers himself a veteran of California wildfires, both as refugee and responder, feeding fire crews and survivors and running when flames hit too close to home. “We’ve done this before,” Martinez said Thursday morning, sitting with his breathing machine inside a friend’s restaurant. After fleeing from the Bear fire in the early morning darkness Wednesday, the restaurant basement had become his temporary home. He had no idea if his own home was still standing. It would be several hours before he had an answer. Martinez, 55, lives in the rural hills outside of Oroville, where the Bear fire is wreaking destruction. Since 2015, flames have chased him from his double-wide trailer on four separate occasions. And that doesn’t include the time he had to evacuate when the nearby dam threatened to burst. In all of the other blazes, when he’s been able to remain on the acre-plus of parched land he calls home, Martinez has taken in those who had to flee from the surrounding hills and ridges — about 30 people during the...
    After multiple marriages and longtime romances, this octogenarian two-time Oscar winner is proud to say she is 'extremely happy' on her own. In an interview with The Guardian ahead of Tuesday's publication of her new book on climate activism, Jane Fonda shared details regarding her romantic life and how she has evolved over the years. The 82-year-old Coming Home star reminisced about her past loves, which included three marriages, but now remarked that '[that part of my life] is gone. I can tell.' 'Closed up shop': In a new interview ahead of Tuesday's publication of her new book, Jane Fonda shared details regarding her romantic life and how she's evolved; seen last December 'It's just over – I've closed up shop. I'm extremely happy on my own,' Fonda continued. The actress and activist - whose new book What Can I Do? The Truth About Climate Change details her protests for the environment and ensuing arrests - was most recently in a longtime relationship with record producer Richard Perry, until they split in 2017.   RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
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