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TOWIE's Billie Faiers flashes cleavage in stunning swimwear for sun-soaked display
Billie Faiers soaks up the sun in stunning new snaps where she opted for a lovely swimsuit.The 31-year-old TOWIE star showed off her jaw-dropping features on her Instagram page in view of her 2.3million followers.The blonde bombshell uploaded a slew of gorgeous snaps, including her wearing a plunging one-piece swimwear piece with an Aztec style print.The mum-of-two was glowing as she posed for the camera while soaking up the glorious sunshine.In one snap, Billie posed with her lips slightly open as her long blonde tresses were styled in effortless curls that draped naturally down.She captioned the photo carousel: "Spring Glam Catch Up."The reality TV beauty posted some more snaps in eye-catching outfits. In the main photo for the series, Billie looked breathtakingly beautiful as she opted for a luminous green top that wrapped around her neck.In the gorgeous photo, she posed with her hands resting on her waist as she looked strong and confident while wearing the vibrant number.Billie teased a white vest top in another snap uploaded to the photo series.In all of the photos, she opted for a lovely glamorous make-up look as she accentuated her matte lip and perfect eyebrows.For more of the latest showbiz news from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Her loyal legion of followers flocked to the comment section to inundate her with compliments, with one fan writing: "Looking good."A second commented: "You look so hot here, Billie", while a third added: "Love the outfit.
Neighbours Corey star's life - secret career, TV roles and character fate
Neighbours star Laurence Boxhall has made quite the splash after recently hitting screens.Born in England before emigrating down under as a teenager, the actor made his show debut last month while the Aussie soap was filming in London.Laurence plays the villainous Corey Smythe-Jones, who has been sabotaging Harlow Robinson's life since meeting her.Having followed Harlow (Jemma Donovan) back to Erinsborough, the new Ramsay Street resident has been isolating Harlow from her loved ones in an attempt to recruit her into the Restoration Order cult.Already unmasked as a villain by Neighbours fans, Corey will continue to turn Harlow's support system against her - but, who is Laurence Boxhall? And, where have we seen him before?Acting aside, Laurence has gained a fair bit of notoriety for his successful side hustle gig of narrating audiobooks.The Melbourne-based actor recently won an Audiofile Earphone Award for narrating the children's book 'Digger and Me' by Ros Roberts.Additionally, he recorded a number of audiobooks during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown in Australia.Posting to his Facebook page in September, Laurence also revealed his love for the craft, writing: "Got audiobooks on the brain."Ahead of his Neighbours gig, Laurence secured a number of small TV and film roles.The actor made his onscreen debut as Simon Birch in the 2014 series 2014 Worst Year of My Life, Again!.After small roles in Deadline Gallipoli and Spirit of the Game, he appeared as Daniel in Ronny Chieng: International Student three years later in 2017.Laurence has also filmed a lead role in TV series Dave & Theo and his fist short-film feature, Night Shift.
Former Radio 1 DJ Mark Page guilty of child sex offences
Radio 1 DJ Mark Page has been found guilty of trying to arrange the sexual abuse of children in the Philippines.Page was the host of the early weekend Breakfast Show on Radio One between 1983 and 1986, and also worked as the announcer at Middlesbrough FC stadium until he was arrested in 2020 on suspicion of attempting to incite or cause a girl to engage in sexual activity and arranging or facilitating sexual exploitation in the PhilippinesPage denied the allegations but earlier this week, he was found guilty of four charges of arranging the commission of a child sex offence, including two counts of abuse by using a webcam linking his home to the Philippines in 2016, but cleared of one.He was sentenced to twelve years in jail earlier today (March 10).A former Radio 1 DJ has been jailed for 12 years for arranging the sexual abuse of children in the Philippines— BBC North East and Cumbria (@BBCNEandCumbria) March 10, 2022According to the BBC, Page had his phone, tablet and a computer seized after Facebook monitors raised concerns. During the trial he claimed his devices had been hacked but said he hadn’t mentioned that during interviews with the police, where he gave “no comment” answers, because he was in shock.The Teeside Crown Court heard how Page used charity and business as a cover to meet children as young as 12 between 2016 and 2019.