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Corrie Camilla star's life - rival soap role, 'drunken fling' and co-star clash

Coronation Street scenes. But some soap fans might recognise her from Emmerdale and other TV programmes too.Joining the Manchester-based soap as Phill Whittaker's ex-wife, could Camilla's presence leave Fiz's wedding to her new love be in jeopardy?READ MORE: Corrie's Stu 'writing book about abuser Geoff' as fans twig sinister 'secret identity'After arriving on the street and proving to Fiz Stape that she knows Phill far better than she does, Camilla insists that she and Phill are in love and that he wants her back.But away from the drama of the Dales and filming on the cobbled streets of Corrie, what has Louise's life been like?Daily Star has taken a look insider her life away from the cameras.

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Jenna Bush Hager calls Kim Kardashian's lavish birthday celebration for daughter North 'over the top'
Jenna Bush Hager surprised fans when she made a bold statement about Kim Kardashian live on the Today show. The star was discussing the mom-of-four's celebrations for her daughter, North's ninth birthday - and got quite vocal on the matter.GALLERY: Inside the Kardashian-Jenner's multi-million dollar mansionsKim had pulled out all the stops for her firstborn's party which involved flying the group of youngsters on a private jet to Wyoming from LA for a lavish glamping trip. WATCH: Kim Kardashian's Met Gala diet Jenna said: "I have a nine-year-old, she did not have a party like this. Because, y'all, this party was over the top!"The mom-of-three didn't hold back as she expressed her disbelief at the billionaire's antics, but then insisted: "Believe me, I love Kim Kardashian, so nothing against her."MORE: Jenna Bush Hager reveals unexpected family story involving daughter and famous parentsMORE: Al Roker and Deborah Roberts enjoy family reunion before son Nick's bittersweet departure for collegeJenna admitted that while she had "many of her own birthdays" as she grew up in The White House, there had never been one as extravagant as this. A post shared by Kim Kardashian (@kimkardashian)Kim Kardashian went all out for her daughter's birthday Her stand-in co-host, Michelle Buteau, agreed and said the trip - which reportedly cost $150million - was "extravagant upon extravagant".Viewers were surprised by the criticism, given that Jenna is fond of Kim.
Cruel dad posted intimate pic of grieving mum on WhatsApp blaming her for son's killing
murder in a campaign of harassment where he shared intimate photos and sent her a picture of their son in a coffin.Ian Nice, 45, subjected his ex-partner Laura Tansey to the abuse during a "nuclear fallout" after their son Reece Tansey was killed by James White in May 2021.Tragic Reece was stabbed six times by the 16-year-old, who was sentenced to 15 years in jail for murder alongside Mark Nuttall, also 16, who was present during the crime and received six years for manslaughter.Prosecutor Richard Blackburn said at Bolton Magistrates’ Court that Nice blamed Tansey for their son's death and targeted her three times during one week in January 2022 - two months after their son's killers had been convicted.As well as changing his profile picture to an imtimate image of his ex-partner on WhatsApp and texting her a picture of their late teenager in a coffin, Nice caused damage to her car, reports Manchester Evening News.When he saw her having breakfast with a friend in Bolton town centre, Nice reportedly shouted: “She was the one who killed our son Reece.”Prosecutor Blackburn said in court: "These offences have been committed against a tragic background that their son, Reece, was murdered in 2021 and the defendant for some time has laid blame for that on the complainant, his former partner."He said he was very sorry for any damage he had caused and he would pay for the damage.
Millions of children have never heard of fruits like satsumas, nectarines or cranberries
Millions of children have never heard of fruits such as cranberries, satsumas, or apricots, according to research.The study of 750 children, aged six to 12, also revealed more than a quarter didn’t realise bananas grow on trees, and 23% had no idea potatoes came out of the ground.Only 9% correctly identified that pineapples grow at the centre of their own plant, with nearly half (49%) believing they grow on trees.The research also revealed a lack of agricultural knowledge in pre-teens, with a quarter (24%) believing some fruit and vegetables come from animals, or even the sea.Only two in five know of apricots, while just 40% of youngsters are aware of satsumas, and only 35% have heard of nectarines.The research was commissioned by Robinsons, to mark the launch of “The Big Fruit Hunt” game – an Augmented Reality experience that challenges players to collect virtual fruit from their surroundings, and enter a prize draw to win prizes.Spokeswoman Charlotte White said: “We were surprised by some of the statistics our research showed – especially with how many children were unaware of certain fruits.“And it also seems it's not through lack of interest, so could be as simple as providing more engaging ways to encourage children to learn more.“It’s also refreshing to see children would like to look into growing their own produce.”However, the research demonstrated that nearly a third (31%) think fruit and veg is from the supermarket, while 13% believe they come from animals, and 11% think we get them from the sea.More than a quarter of those polled, via OnePoll, also believe all fruit and veg is grown in the UK.Despite confusion about how and where they are grown, over half (54%) have tried to grow their own fruit and