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Pregnant Leona Lewis is pretty in pink as she attends birthing class with her husband in LA

Leona Lewis has been spotted looking gorgeous in an all-pink outfit, showing off her blossoming baby bump while out in Los Angeles.The Bleeding Love singer, who recently celebrated her 37th birthday, is pregnant with her first child with husband Dennis Jauch. Islington-born Leona appeared to be glowing on Thursday 19 May as she stepped out in a satin skirt that stopped just below her knees. Paired with a matching pink long-sleeved turtleneck jumper, Leona's outfit hugged her baby bump, which she lovingly cradled.

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‘Diablo 4’ will include “five distinct regions and hundreds of dungeons”
Diablo 4, Blizzard has shared that fans can expect “five distinct regions and hundreds of dungeons” in the upcoming game, and detailed how the studio’s art team has designed each area.In 2022’s first Quarterly Update blog for Diablo 4, game director Joe Shely said that the entry would spotlight insight from the upcoming game’s artists to share with fans “everything that goes into building the world of Sanctuary”.Within the blog, art director Chris Ryder teased that Diablo 4 will include “five distinct regions and hundreds of dungeons,” and the environments have been created “through a darker and more grounded interpretation than earlier instalments.”On Diablo 4‘s open-world setting, lead exterior environment artist Matt McDaid shared that “the art and design teams have constructed a contiguous world where you can roam from coast to coast, or high up into the glacial ridges.”These areas range from the “bleak” Scosglen Coast, to the “isolated and secretive” Orbei Monastery. There’s also the “oppressive, frigid, and harsh” militaristic settlement of Kyovashad, over 150 dungeons across the world, and various underground biomes that are rife with danger.On the “Forgotten Places” across Diablo 4, associate lighting director Brian Fletcher shared that “we want you to have the impression that the dungeon goes on forever, and you’re only seeing a small part of a large underground labyrinth.”Fletcher added that “new dungeon features such as seamless floor transitions or traversals are exciting, but my favourite new feature is what we call tile-set transition scenes.
Sisters to be kicked out of family home just three weeks after mum died of cancer
family home just three weeks after their mum passed away.Brogan Webb, 23, claimed a housing association named Sanctuary were making her and sister Taylor homeless.Brogan, from Glasgow, took to Twitter to call out the housing association and told them she will fight them with everything she has.She tweeted: "After losing our mum to cancer less than 3 weeks ago, my sister and I have been told by @HelloSanctuary that we are to vacate our family home in the next 2 weeks, forcing us into homelessness."She continued: "I'm not one to share my business online but this is too important not to.“We have been advised that as my sister & I have both lived in student accommodation within the last 12 months, we gave up any rights to the house after my mum died.“They have not provided an alternative to homelessness despite us advising them we can afford the rent.”Sanctuary are still moving forward with the eviction despite local Labour MP Paul Sweeney helping the sisters with their appeal, with the pair set to lose the house just a few weeks after their mother passed away.Brogan continued: "My sister and I are not yet destitute, we have a roof over our heads and can afford to stay where we are."We currently live in a 3 bedroom flat & are not naive in thinking that we would be able to keep this with there only being two of us now living here."Sanctuary Housing have dragged their heels in responding to my emails, not answering calls and being overall extremely difficult to deal with. Their lack of compassion during the worst time in our lives should be shared for all to see." A spokesperson for Sanctuary told The Sun: "We are very sorry for the loss the family has suffered and understand this is an extremely sad time.