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    FOR any parent, there are few things more frustrating than a stranger pronouncing your baby's name wrong. So imagine one woman's shock after realising her own husband doesn't pronounce their daughter's name correctly - and there's nothing she can do about it… 1Steph told how her husband pronounces their daughter's name wrong all the timeCredit: TikTok/@nameswithsteph A US-based baby name consultant, who posts under the acronym @nameswithsteph, took to TikTok and posted a video where she says: "My husband doesn't pronounce my daughter's name correctly and there's nothing I can do about it… "I can't explain to you guys how important it is to me that my daughter's name is pronounced Orianna [Ori-AhNa] AND not Ariana [Ari-Anna]." Steph continues: "…but my hubby is from Scotland and I don't think I listened to him say her name enough when we were considering because we had so many options and we also didn't know if we were having a boy or girl. "In the UK they tend to drop their jaw more than us anyway especially in the Midwest so he's saying...
    MUCH of her party-mad twenties was spent making headlines for tumbling out of nightclubs worse for wear. Former Miss Great Britain Danielle Lloyd had fallen into a destructive cycle of binge-drinking, drug-taking and living off junk food, which left her wracked with insecurities and deeply unhappy. 4Danielle Lloyd, now 39, is an image of good health — and boasting a toned physique and flat tum all the more impressive for being a mum of fiveCredit: Unleashed Talent Management – Make up by Amanie Grewal 4Danielle with second husband Michael O’Neill and her childrenCredit: INSTAGRAM/DANIELLE LLOYD More than a decade on, the 39-year-old former lads’ mag favourite is the image of good health — and boasting a toned physique and flat tum all the more impressive for being a mum of five. Danielle trains up to four times a week, follows a keto diet and rarely touches alcohol. As a result, she feels in better shape now than she did at the peak of her modelling career. She says: “I’m a totally different person and I feel the best I...
    SHE may be categorised as a cougar, but Loose Women’s Carol McGiffin insists there is nothing wrong with dating younger men.  The outspoken 62-year-old panellist is often quizzed on her relationship with husband Mark Cassidy, 40, a TV producer, who is 22 years her junior. 7Loose Women’s Carol McGiffin insists there is nothing wrong with dating younger menCredit: Rex 7Her husband Mark Cassidy is 22 years her juniorCredit: Instagram And she has no qualms about telling off anyone who judges her over their age gap. She says: “There are quite a few women in relationships with younger men, but as far as I know, no one goes for a younger man — you just end up meeting them. “And if they’re younger than you, they’re younger than you, and if I’m older than Mark, then so f***ing what? Sorry.” The pair met at a Loose Women wrap party in August 2008, when Carol was 48 and Mark was just 26. And Carol confesses that in the early days of their relationship, Mark would often be mistaken for her son when they...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I had a pretty nice summer — except when it came to my husband. We entertained a lot, and I found myself doing the lion’s share of the work while he enjoyed playing. When I would ask him to help by doing the dishes or taking out the trash, he would balk and tell me he would do it when he felt like it. There was no semblance of teamwork in my house this summer. That made what could have been a fun time feel more like a burden on me. When I brought it up to my husband, he accused me of complaining. How can I get him to be more of a partner in our shared life? Team Up DEAR TEAM UP: Sit down with your husband and tell him you want to talk about something important. Related Articles Advice | Harriette Cole: My social blunder was an honest mistake, but I don’t know how to tell them that Advice | Harriette Cole: When I come to visit, they won’t alter their...
    TALKTV host Vanessa Feltz has relived the heartbreaking moment she clung to the wheel of her husband's car as he walked out on her. The 60-year-old reflected on her marriage to her ex Michael Kurer on Elizabeth Day's podcast, How To Fail. 3Vanessa Feltz with her ex-husband Michael KurerCredit: UPP:Universal Pictorial Press and Agency 3Vanessa cried as she read the news about the Queen's death on TalkTV last weekCredit: Talk TV The father of her two children left late one night with no explanation - leaving Vanessa feeling like her heart was physically broken. It was later discovered he'd been having a string of affairs throughout their relationship. She called her 17-year marriage one of her life's biggest failures - but has found huge success and happiness since moving on from her cheating ex. Detailing the moment her marriage ended, Vanessa told the podcast: "I remember getting home from a wedding with him and thought he was getting ready for bed. "The next thing I saw was he was getting dressed and packing a case and said 'i'm leaving'. "He...
    SUN writer Deborah James says she did not want her children to see her suffer at the end of her life — and just craved one last cuddle. The 40-year-old — who has raised £3million in three days with her Bowelbabe Fund — praised husband Seb for his “incredible support” and told him “don’t marry a bimbo”. 3Deborah James says she wants to have one final cuddle with her kidsCredit: Ruckas 3Deborah also said she wants her husband Seb to move on and to not marry a bimboCredit: Getty She has stopped her bowel cancer treatment and is receiving end of life care at her parent’s home. Deborah broke down in tears on BBC Breakfast yesterday, main picture, recalling the emotional conversations she had with her children, Eloise, 12, and Hugo, 14. And she told The Times: “It’s been hideous telling my children. My first thought was ‘I don’t want them to see me like this’. “I didn’t think I’d be able to speak to them without crying, but I’d love one last cuddle.” Read More on Deborah JamesLAST WISH...
    DEAR ABBY: My husband, “Jonah,” comes from a large family. They are rude people who live in a small, rural town, and they don’t like outsiders. Jonah and I have been together 15 years (married for eight), and I have never been invited to his mother’s home or some of his siblings’ homes. We love to entertain, so they attend our holiday parties, where they literally walk in without greeting me. They eat all our food and leave without saying goodbye or even helping with the cleanup. It’s “pack behavior.” They do this all together. I have reached the point that I no longer want to host these events. I feel uncomfortable in my own home. Jonah and I have started cutting back on the number of parties we host, and now they are making rude comments about it. Related Articles Advice | Dear Abby: I’m married, but this other woman says she’ll wait for me Advice | Dear Abby: How do I tell my daughter she can’t see her best friend anymore? Advice...
    Dear Amy: I can’t stand my mother-in-law. I think that she is a terrible person. Amy Dickinson  All she does is gossip, make herself out to be the hero in every situation, and judge others. She was a terrible mother to her children (her daughter is estranged from her). The only reason my husband keeps her around is because she’s “family.” He has told me on multiple occasions that he doesn’t like her, but that he has to love her. Regardless, she comes over once or twice a week, which in my opinion is way too often, but it’s when I’m working (I work three days a week from 5 to 11 a.m.), and my husband wants to sleep in. Related Articles Ask Amy: Now I’m the jerk because I wouldn’t give in to her nagging Ask Amy: This ‘friend’ acts like he doesn’t know why I’m mad at him Ask Amy: Why do people give false hope when things aren’t going to get better? Ask Amy: Why must they be so...
    HOW do you share the chores in the house to make sure everyone does their bit? For this busy mum, her husband presented her with a chores rota and found it too much. 4How would you deal with the cleaning dispute?Credit: Getty Taking to Mumsnet, she wrote: "My husband asked me to deal with something one week before Christmas and I said I couldn’t, I was at my max capacity mentally getting everything sorted for Christmas and our daughter's birthday which is a week later. "He does help but the lion share of things falls to me as I work 3 days a week. "The task he asked me to do had no fixed deadline so I said let’s pick it up in the new year. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "My husband got annoyed with this, told me that I’d have more to think about when we start renovating our house so I tried to explain about mental load and how it all falls to me, he didn’t get it. "He took...
    STRICTLY contestant and Dragon's Den millionaire Sara Davies is worth a whopping £37million - but she's keen that her children never get spoilt. The savvy entrepreneur set up a crafting company from her university bedroom that now turns over more than £34 million a year and exports products to more than 40 countries. 2Despite being worth £37million Sara is adamant that she will not spoil her childrenCredit: Rex Despite the incredible success and subsequent TV fame, Sara likes to keep her feet on the ground, and more importantly, make sure her children do the same. Speaking exclusively to Fabulous, she said: "We do live in a beautiful, big home in a lovely neighbourhood, which is very different to how my husband and I grew up, but I want to keep them grounded and have the same values. "My husband is very good at keeping me grounded. Every December we go to this beautiful hotel in Dubai for a long weekend just the two of us and I will say: 'let’s bring the kids, they’ll love it' and Simon...
    A WIFE is threatening to leave her husband if he doesn’t start calling her by her unusual nickname - but he finds it unbelievably annoying.  Most parents come up with a list of potential baby names when they’re expecting, and if they don’t know the sex of the baby, they’ll usually make a list of options for boys and girls. 1One husband has had enough of his wife's nicknameCredit: Getty One couple had planned to call their baby boy Michael, but the baby turned out to be a girl. They decided, however, to use Michael as a nickname for their daughter and it stuck. The woman is now primarily known as Michael, and introduces herself with that name. Now that she’s grown up and married, her husband finds it impossible to call his wife “Michael”, and it’s causing serious problems. According to her husband, this is “teeth-grindingly annoying", as he explained on Reddit. He said: "My wife was supposed to be a boy. Her parents had picked out the name Michael for her but well she wasn't a boy. Most...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: Where should I park my shopping cart while choosing items and/or reading labels for contents? I leave my cart in the middle of the aisle, thereby allowing other shoppers to look at the same items, and I step out of the way to allow passersby through. I believe other shoppers feel hurried when I wait for them to finish shopping a section with their cart, as we cannot both do so at once. I know that I feel hurried being in that same position. Related Articles Miss Manners: I was told that my conversational technique is improper Miss Manners: I’ve having doubts about the party I offered to throw her Miss Manners: I searched my customer’s background, and now I feel sick Miss Manners: I’m offended by his restrictions on what I can talk about Miss Manners: I asked the bunco players a simple question, and they lashed out My husband maintains that leaving the cart in the middle of the aisle is rude, and that...
    TELLING your partner you love them may be normal for most couples, but Sarah Beeny and Graham Swift have never said those special words to each other – and don’t plan to. The TV property guru explains that husband Graham knows she cares deeply for him even though they don’t verbalise it. 4Sarah Beeny and her husband Graham Swift have never said 'I love you,' despite being married for 30 yearsCredit: Nicky Johnston/ Outline Productions 4Sarah says Graham knows she cares deeply for him even though they don’t verbalise it She says: “We have other ways of saying it. It’s a bit of a standing joke, but it started about 30 years ago and once something’s set for 30 years, you can’t change that. “But we do tell the kids we love them.” Sarah, 49, will soon finish filming the second series of Sarah Beeny’s New Life In The Country, which documents her starting over on a derelict former dairy farm in Bruton, Somerset with her family. The first series was a ratings hit with up to 2.1million tuning in....
    DEAR ABBY: There are several bad habits my husband has, but the one that frightens me the most involves our 2-year-old son. I’m afraid to leave them alone when we are out shopping. Jeanne Phillips  I have walked up on them a few times and noticed my husband reading or looking at stuff with his back to the buggy while our son is in it. When I tell him it scares me, he says I’m overreacting. I’m worried someone will steal our son. He always says, “He’s within arm’s reach. No one is going to run away with him before I have the chance to stop them.” Abby, this kind of crime has happened before. I have seen it in the news. My husband is no superhero. Related Articles Dear Abby: I’m heartbroken by what I’ve learned about my son’s fiancee Dear Abby: I can’t believe my ex embarrassed our teenage daughter this way Dear Abby: I want to tell the security guard that my sister is stealing Dear Abby: My boyfriend’s...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: My husband and I live in a city that many want either to move to or to visit. As such, we frequently host guests for overnights, long weekends or longer stays. These visitors run the gamut from those trying to get back on their feet, to tourists, to family, to out-of-state friends we invite to stay with us. My parents taught me that, as a houseguest, I should clean up after myself during my visit and right before I leave. I find that very few of our guests do the same and that, often, our guest room and bath are left in a condition I wouldn’t even dream of leaving a hotel room in. Here’s what I generally expect (and would do myself as a guest): Take used plates and other dishes to the sink. Bring takeout food containers to the garbage can. Bring wrappers/food remnants from snacks consumed in the guest room to a garbage can, rather than leaving them on the nightstand or floor for the host to clean up after the visit. Wipe...
    A PROUD ‘fat’ woman has hit back at trolls who say her husband must find her repulsive. Body confident Ruthie, who posts on TikTok as @fatvegana, shared how she doesn’t care about criticism and is happy with her diet. 7'Fat vegan' Ruthie, who posts on TikTok as @fatvegana, regularly shares her daily meals with fansCredit: Tiktok/@fatvegana In one of her videos, she jokingly called herself an “obesity promoter” who eats “20,000 calories a day.” To enlighten her fans about her diet, she shared a number of clips on what she eats during the day. She shared how breakfast can consist of a poptart, bacon and egg sandwich and a croissant. Then she’ll eat an oatmeal dish, melon, a bologna sandwich - followed by a chocolate pudding pouch and a large chicken tenders salad. 7One troll cruelly questioned why her husband is with her, and Ruthie had this humorous comebackCredit: Tiktok/@fatvegana 7Ruthie said she loves Poptarts for breakfast and snacks throughout the dayCredit: Tiktok/@fatvegana Finally, she’ll finish up her day with a large helping of fries and ranch sauce.  Ruthie is...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: My husband and I have a hostile relationship. We have been married for a long time, but we don’t fit together like a hand in a glove, the way that my mother used to say marriage should be. We are more like oil and vinegar. Harriette Cole  Since the quarantine, things have gotten worse. Being around each other 24/7 made it more difficult to have space to feel emotionally safe. Over the course of this year and change, he has become more judgmental and rude to me. When I have pointed it out, he lashes back, saying I am too sensitive and I should get over it. Even if I am sensitive, I think he should be more thoughtful and kind. Instead, everything feels like an argument. He lost his job last year, and that made his mood worse. What can I do to get my husband to be kinder to me? In Prison DEAR IN PRISON: Your husband may be depressed. It can be emotionally wrecking to lose your job. Not everybody deals with that well. Being...
    DEAR ABBY: I have meddling in-laws. Anytime my husband of 20 years and I have a disagreement, he calls his parents to complain about me. Jeanne Phillips  On six different occasions, I found messages and Facebook chats between my husband and my in-laws in which they called me a bad mother, a terrible person, crazy, evil, the devil and disparaged my family. Because of this, I have cut off contact with his relatives, and they cannot come to our house. My husband insists on being around them, and we argue because I want our 9-year-old son to have only limited contact with them. I don’t want them tearing me down in front of him. Related Articles Dear Abby: My new co-worker hasn’t realized we have a history, and not a good one Dear Abby: I’m a woman with a girlfriend, and I’m attracted to men Dear Abby: My cool friend turned cold when I didn’t leap at her invitation Dear Abby: My son’s new friendship is upsetting to me Dear...
    DEAR ABBY: My husband and I recently found out we’re expecting our first child. We have been married for five years, and while we are still fairly young, this has been a long time in coming. For both of our families, this will be the first grandchild. Jeanne Phillips  My brother is getting married next month. We live in a different state but plan to fly home for the wedding. My husband says we cannot tell our families about the pregnancy on this trip because we don’t want to “overshadow the happy weekend with additional good news.” This means we would need to tell them over video chat (not in person), since going home for a separate trip is not an option due to COVID. Related Articles Dear Abby: My husband gets angry at any little request, and I’m thinking of leaving him Dear Abby: My roommate may react badly if he learns I fancy his friend Dear Abby: I don’t know how to respond to my stepmother’s confessions Dear Abby: My...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I have been married to an amazing man for over two years now. He is very supportive and devoted. Part of how he likes to show his love is by giving me gifts; sometimes these gifts might be considered excessive. I was taught that giving is a greater virtue than receiving, and — while I am very grateful for the gifts, and I’m sure that there are many people who would love to trade places with me — these gestures sometimes make me feel uncomfortable in their excess. My discomfort is compounded by unsolicited comments from friends and family about his giving nature. When I express to him that he doesn’t need to buy me things or take me on extravagant excursions, he gets upset and says it is how he expresses his love. I am grateful to have an issue like this when there’s so much worse in the world, but I still want to be able to let my husband know that I don’t need all of this to know how much he loves me....
    DEAR ABBY: As a way to manage my stress and anxiety when COVID hit, I started to exercise. Neither my husband, “Chris,” nor I had ever been into fitness at all. As the months have gone on, I have realized the power of being healthy, and I try to exercise every day. Jeanne Phillips  The problem? Chris is angry. He calls it “me time” and has made it very difficult for me to go. I tried swimming in the morning before work, but he said he couldn’t manage at home to get our 2-year-old ready for school. I tried to go to the gym in the early evening, but he said he needs me to help get the children ready for bed. I tried running later at night, but it didn’t feel safe, and I also had trouble falling asleep. Related Articles Dear Abby: I don’t want these low-life relatives in our house Dear Abby: Does this silence mean she doesn’t want to be friends? Dear Abby: She was rude about my honest mistake,...
    KENYA Moore broke down in tears when she was hit with divorce papers from on-again husband Marc Daly during the dramatic RHOA season 13 trailer.  The 49-year-old Bravo star shocked fans when they announced they were getting a divorce last year shortly after having their baby girl, Brooklyn.  11Kenya cried as she got into a custody fight over their daughter Credit: Bravo 11Kenya and Marc recently rekindled their romance after months of separation Credit: Getty - Contributor 11Brooklyn was born on November 3, 2018Credit: Instagram Kenya looked gorgeous in a satin pink Gucci shirt as she sat down with her lawyer following her split.  Though their full conversation is not shown, the mom-of-one’s face drops and she quickly looks shocked. “He filed for divorce” she asked stunned.  The attorney delivered the news: “Yes, and he’s asking for alimony.” 11The Bravo star was shocked when she found out Marc filed for divorce Credit: Bravo 11The star's attorney's also said Marc asked for alimony Credit: Bravo In a separate clip a devastated Kenya pleaded on the phone with who appears to be...
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