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    Queen Rania of Jordan has shared a stunning family photograph to mark her 52nd birthday - and included her future son-in-law and daughter-in-law.  The glamorous royal posed alongside her four children, Crown Prince Hussein, 28, Princess Iman, 25, Princess Salma, 21, and Prince Hasheem, 17. Pictured either side of Queen Rania was Hussein's new fiancée, glamorous businessman's daughter Rajwa Al-Saif, 28, and Iman's fiancé, Venezuela-born Jameel Alexander Thermiotis. 'My heart is full! Couldn't ask for a better way to celebrate than with all my loved ones around me,' the proud mother captioned the Instagram snap, as she stood with one arm around her future son-in-law and the other around her future daughter-in-law. Queen Rania of Jordan has shared a stunning family photograph to mark her 52nd birthday - and included her future son-in-law and daughter-in-law 'My heart is full! Couldn't ask for a better way to celebrate than with all my loved ones around me,' the proud mother captioned the Instagram snap Share Follow If you make a purchase using links...
    A mom-of-three who moved from one of the most 'conservative' suburbs in Michigan to a hippie town in Argentina has revealed that her kids had easy access to drugs and alcohol from a young age - which she said made them more 'responsible.'  Cathy Brown packed up her things and her three kids, Ava, Stella and Noah, in 2009 and relocated from conservative Ada, Michigan, to hippie town Patagonian pueblo, El Bolsón.  The mom-of-three moved when her kids were young, with Ava, her oldest, being just eight-years-old, Stella, at age six, and Noah, her youngest, at four-years-old.  Cathy Brown packed up her things and her three kids, Ava, Stella and Noah in 2009 and moved from conservative Ada, Michigan to hippie town Patagonian pueblo, El Bolsón The mom-of-three organized their new life, while daughter Stella (pictured right), who was just six-year-old at the time, explored the cypress forest and came back with a marijuana plant  Although Cathy was petrified at how easily her children could access drugs, she soon became thankful because it taught them to be more 'responsible'  The...
    A MUM has described the moment her 10-year-old daughter was electrocuted by a fan - and is sending a warning to every parent. Neveah Majok was packing away a broken fan in her bedroom in Australia when an electric current ripped through her, leaving her unable to move or talk. 4Neveah Majok was replacing a broken fan in her room when she was electrocutedCredit: 7News 4The little girl's hands were left with severe burns, which required skin graftsCredit: 7News The little girl explained: “I unscrewed it, I put the lid on my bed and then it was still plugged in and when I was moving my hands [...] my hands sort of touched it and they got stuck there for a while and I couldn’t take them off and then I started vibrating.” The electric shock left Neveah unable to call for help, as he body froze in time. “I tried giving them a warning, tried to tell them to get out, go get mum, go get help, but they weren’t able to understand me because the vibration of the...
    Jenna Bush Hager has opened up about her 'laissez-faire' upbringing, saying she is grateful that her parents gave her and her twin sister, Barbara, the freedom to run around their neighborhood unchaperoned.  The Today star, who is the daughter of former President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush, reflected on her childhood in Texas on Tuesday's show while discussing the challenge of raising kids who are independent but also abide by rules. Bush Hager, 40, explained to her co-host Hoda Kotb, 57, that her parents were 'strict in many things,' but they had a 'hands off' approach when it came to her and her sister playing outside.  'They were laissez-faire in that we had freedom, which I appreciate,' she said. 'I want to be like that. I want free-range kids. You know, wild, feral. I want feral children.' Jenna Bush Hager, 40, reflected on her childhood in Texas on the Today show Tuesday  Bush Hager recalled how her parents, former President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush, would let her and her twin sister, Barbara, run around...
    A Texas mother shot and killed a man who broke into her home while her three children were inside. The woman, who has not yet been identified but is reportedly in her 30s, was at her San Antonio home with her three children at around 10 p.m. Thursday when she heard the man break in. Police say the man - who was later identified as 41-year-old Roman Rodriguez - entered the home from the rear through the laundry room, which is adjacent to South Side Lions Park, according to News 4 San Antonio. Photos from the scene show a fence around the house also appeared to be broken.  At that point, police say, the woman grabbed a gun and shot the home intruder twice in the chest. San Antonio police officers remained on the scene of a deadly home invasion Thursday night Police say the home invasion occurred at around 10pm on Thursday night when the homeowner heard a man enter her house The man - who was later identified as Roman Rodriguez, 41 - reportedly broke into the house...
    A mom with 18 children revealed that she has to spend more than $20,000 a year on food for her enormous family - and said she forks over $8,000 on their Christmas presents. Desiree Hart-Spegal, 33, from Forth Worth, Texas, always dreamed of having a big family - so she wasn't put off when she first met her husband, Chris, 46, and he told that her that he already had eight kids. Desiree already had three children of her own from a previous relationship, but she wanted more. After meeting through mutual friends in October 2013, the pair had a whirlwind romance and married in July of the next year. Right away, they started trying for a baby - and they welcomed their first daughter together, Christa, now-six, in June 2015. Squad: A mom with 18 children revealed that she has to spend more than $20,000 a year on food for her enormous family - and said she forks over $8,000 on their Christmas presents Desiree Hart-Spegal, 33, always dreamed of having a big family. When she first met her husband,...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – For the past 26 years, Dr. Patricia Rowe-King has been living her dream. She cares for the little ones, teaches future physicians, and mentors those following in her footsteps. READ MORE: Miami Weather: Mostly Cloudy & Soggy, Cooler Temps Coming“I’ve always wanted to empower and inspire and help heal as I saw my mom doing, so pediatrics called me in medical school. That’s my passion, I love kids and all forms and phases, so I did pediatrics. I’m so blessed to have the best profession in the world,” said Dr. Rowe-King who practices and teaches at Broward Health. Dr. Row-King was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and moved to the U.S. when she was 18-years-old. She went to college in Boston and soon after graduation came to South Florida for her medical training. “My mother was a nurse and a midwife and a tutor, so I grew up watching her teach nurses and in the hospital. My dad was a self-made man. He grew up dirt poor in the country, taking care of animals. His dad was...
    A MUM has revealed her trick to get her children to listen without having to moan at them. The mum, known as Jo on TikTok, posted the video to her account, jothemama2.0, where it has been viewed 2.5 million times. 2Jo shared her trick with her followers and said it's all about the tone and volumeCredit: jothemama2.0/TikTok Jo demonstrated in an earlier video how she uses the word 'HEY' to get her two boys to listen to her. In the video, which she has stitched with her newer one, she shows how her children are around her off camera, making lots of noise and running around. But, as soon as Jo says 'HEY' in a louder, more serious tone the children immediately stop what they are doing and focus on her. People said they loved Jo's mum voice and that even their own children stopped what they were doing when they heard Jo say 'HEY'. She discusses why 'HEY' works as well as it does in the video. Jo said: "You can use volume and tone to capture the...
    CAST your mind back to when you kids were newborns and you'll remember how you would have tried ANYTHING to get them to sleep. So when this mum-of-two discovered that her little boy sleeps better in the car than anywhere else, she didn't think twice about factoring in some backseat nap times. 1The neighbour posted the note through the mum's doorCredit: Facebook That is, until she got a rather savage letter posted through her door from an anonymous neighbour. As the Daily Mail reports, the "dumbfounded" Sydney-based mum blasted the "low-life" neighbour for passing judgement on her parenting. The mum raged: "When I find out who this is they are seriously going to regret starting a war with me!" The comprehensive note - which was shared on social media - read: "I like most of your neighbours walk past your house a couple of times a day and notice that you have your car running constantly on some days. "I see your child and sometimes you in the car. While I understand you use the car to soothe or...
    Angelina Jolie was spotted spending quality time with her children in Paris on Thursday amid her ongoing custody battle with ex-husband Brad Pitt. The “Eternals” actress arrived at La Girafe restaurant for dinner on Thursday with four of the six children she shares with Pitt — Pax, 17, Shiloh, 15, Zahara, 16, and Knox, 13. Jolie donned an all-black look for their dinner outing.KCS Presse / MEGA Jolie, 46, appeared to be trying to stay under the radar, wearing long black trench coat over a black silk midi dress. She paired the dark look with black stilettos and a face mask. Meanwhile, her kids were dressed to the nines for the occasion, with Zahara rocking a colorful frock and a pink Louis Vuitton handbag. Jolie’s daughter Zahara stole the show in her colorful look.KCS Presse / MEGA Earlier in the day, Jolie and the kids hit Paris’ famous Champs-Élysées where the family was photographed arriving at the famed French perfume store Guerlain. Jolie held hands with her daughter as she and the kids shopped. GC Images Jolie...
    A Minnesota six-year-old with no underlying conditions died this week from complications of coronavirus.  Week Day, a first-grader at Parkside Elementary in Marshall in southwestern Minnesota died on Sunday in a Sioux Falls hospital after battling COVID.  In an obituary, Day was described as a 'lively girl who loved the color pink' and 'singing songs and dancing' to entertain her family. Day immigrated to Minnesota from a refugee camp in Thailand with her parents in December 2015 when she was just a year old.    The first-grader was 'loved by her classmates and teacher,' who remember her as a 'sweet girl who enjoyed school and appreciated her studies and sought to learn about the world around her,' the six-year-old's obituary read.  Six-year-old Week Day died in a Sioux Falls hospital from COVID-19 complications Six-year-old Week Day was a first grader at Parkside Elementary in Marshall in southwestern Minnesota Day's death marks a rare occurrence of a child dying due to COVID.  Most children who become infected with COVID develop no symptoms or milder symptoms.  Children also have been found to contribute...
    Diana's former butler said he believes the Princess would have had 'one arm around both her children' following Harry and Meghan's bombshell interview with Oprah.  Paul Burrell, 62, claimed that the princess was a 'monarchist' who wrote to him the year before her death in 1997 expressing her great respect for her mother-in-law the Queen.   Appearing on Good Morning Britain, the former butler claimed the Princess of Wales would have 'wanted the monarchy to survive' following the royal scandal and believes the Firm is an 'important part' of the UK.  'People always ask me "What would Diana say" and it's relevant to say she would have one arm around William and one arm around Harry,' he said. 'She would want them both to be happy, she wouldn't want them to be divided.
    A Texas mom recalled "screaming" her tragic kids’ names as they burned to death in a house fire amid the widespread power outages last week.  Jackie Nguyen’s kids, Olivia, 11, Edison, 8, and Colette, 5, as well as her own mother, Loan Le, died early last Tuesday morning in the blaze at Nguyen’s Sugar Land home.  "I was just standing there screaming and screaming and screaming their names hoping they would come out of their rooms and basically jump over so that we could get out," Nguyen told CNN. "I just remember feeling like it was so dark and I can still kind of hear everything crackling around me."  FAMILY OF BOY, 11, WHO DIED IN TEXAS FILES $100 MILLION LAWSUIT AGAINST POWER COMPANIES  VideoLe retreated to Nguyen’s home about five miles away to hunker down when the power at her own house went out. Blackouts rolled across Texas last week following the historic winter storm that sent temperatures plunging into the single digits.  "We thought we were really lucky because we still had power until the early evening," Nguyen said.  The close-knit kin gathered around...
    A Green Beret has been charged after he allegedly threatened to kill his wife in front of his three children and then held them hostage during a two-hour standoff with police. Army Colonel Owen G Ray, 47, is accused of beating his wife, Kristen, on Sunday, December 27, in their home on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, in front his two youngest children while his eldest called the police. When officers arrived on the scene, Ray - armed with a shotgun and two pistols - reportedly warned that if anyone tried to arrest him, he would kill them and himself, according to Military.com. Ray let his wife and children go around 12.30am but did not surrender himself until around 2.30am, police say. Army Colonel Owen G Ray, 47 (left), and his wife, Kristen, got into an argument after she believed him to be intoxicated, during which she hid in the bedroom of her two young children Ray allegedly retrieved a shotgun and two pistols from the garage and began beating his wife, threatening to kill her in front of the...
    MOST parents wouldn’t dream of leaving their toddler to their own devices in the kitchen - but this mum actively encourages it. Extraordinary footage of two-year-old Sylvester slicing and dicing veg, frying mince and serving up steaming pasta by himself doesn't even cause his mum to bat an eyelid. 6Two-year-old Sylvester is a dab-hand in the kitchenCredit: Supplied Brittany Balinski’s son can now whip up an omelette, porridge, lasagne as well as spag bol wowing  and terrifying his Facebook fans in equal measure. But Brittany is quick to answer any nay-sayers who think she is putting her little boy at risk of burns or knife injuries. She follows the 100-year-old education system of Maria Montessori, giving children the chance to become independent much earlier. The mum-of-three, 30, said: "He has always loved cooking, so I have allowed him to follow and develop his interest by spending lots of time in the kitchen with me. 6Brittany Balinski uses the Montessori education approach on both Sylvester and his brother BenedyktCredit: Supplied 6Sylvester can whip up dishes such as lasagna, spag bol, and...
    Ivanka Trump's father still has nearly two months left in the White House, but she is already fondly looking back at the time she has spent with her family in Washington, D.C.  The White House senior adviser took to Instagram on Sunday to share photo collages of her three children — Arabella, Joseph, and Theodore — touring the nation's capital when the weather was warmer.  'Some fun Sunday field trips visiting and sketching memorials, monuments, and more in DC!' Ivanka, 39, captioned the images, which appear to have been taken over the summer or the early fall.  Family fun: Ivanka Trump, 39, took to Instagram on Sunday to share photo collages of her children visiting Washington, D.C. historic sites together, including Mount Vernon (pictured)  Out and about: Theodore (left) and Joseph (right) held their guidebooks while posing in front of a tree at Mount Vernon, the historic home of George and Martha Washington Arabella, nine, has shorts on in all of the pictures, while her brothers Joseph, nine, and Theo, four, have on a mix of T-shirts and long-sleeves. ...
    Around 6 a.m. on October 5, Diana Sevilla hopped into her car and headed for her gig as an accountant — one of two jobs she was working at the time — with perhaps a stop for a workout on the way. But she never made it to either destination. The 46-year-old single mom was on Interstate 225 when her Mazda SUV was struck by a Dodge Charger piloted by Iris Yurivia Rascon-Orona, a 21-year-old who investigators believe was drunk; toxicology reports are pending. Rascon-Orona was going in the wrong direction — south in the northbound lanes — when she crashed head-on into Sevilla's car. Today, Sevilla is hospitalized in a medically induced coma owing largely to a brain injury so severe that part of her skull had to be removed to accommodate swelling. She also has a range of other medical issues that will take months or longer to heal should she be fortunate enough to survive — which is hardly guaranteed at this point. According to attorney Kurt Zaner of Zaner Harden Law, who represents Sevilla's family, including teenage...
    A woman drowned in Lake Tahoe on Friday night while boating with her family and her six children had to be rescued after their vessel floated away when their father jumped into the water to try to save her.   The horrific incident took place around 5.30pm near Zephyr Cove on the California-Nevada border. The woman, who has not been identified, jumped from a boat into the freezing water to swim, but she suddenly became distressed and asked for help. It is believed she was not wearing a flotation device at the time. A woman drowned in Lake Tahoe on Friday night while boating with her family and the vessel holding her six kids floated away as her husband jumped into the water to rescue her. A Marine-24 boat used in the rescue above The woman, who has not been identified, jumped from a boat into the freezing water to swim, but she suddenly became distressed and her husband jumped in to try and save her Her husband jumped into the water wearing a life vest to help her....
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