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Peter Andre says 'nothing prepares you for lack of sleep’ as he admits to wanting another baby

Peter Andre has admitted that "nothing prepares you" for the lack of sleep brought on by a newborn baby after recently admitting he and his wife Emily, 33, have been talking about having another baby. Writing in his weekly column, the 49 year old's comments came as he shared his advice for parents-to-be Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury after they announced they're expecting their first child together. "All the tough moments are short-lived," he said.To hear more from Pete, read his full column here! Love Island Little One Huge congratulations to Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury on the news they’re expecting a baby.
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John Torode, 57, was fortunate enough to meet Queen Elizabeth II on two occasions, having first met the monarch in 2009.The Celebrity MasterChef judge spoke to Express.co.uk about the "incredible" monarch whom he had the pleasure to meet at Buckingham Palace.John is known for being the face of BBC's MasterChef since 2005 alongside greengrocer, Gregg Wallace.Due to his highly successful cooking career, John has been given the opportunity to meet the Queen on two occasions.The MasterChef judge opened up about the "great honour" he felt meeting such a powerful monarch.John said: "The Queen, I mean, I suppose it's one of those great, great honours."The second meet, it was a private audience, which was for something about Australians, who were working in the UK and were high profile and so there was a lineup of Hugh Jackman, Jason Donovan, myself, it was just great!"It was really really interesting to meet her face to face and have a proper little chat."She’s an incredible woman who went and spoke to the 200 people in each room."He went on: "People come up to you and talk to you about how to address the Queen. It was just such an amazing way that it worked."I think I read that one year she had 580 official engagements, which is more than twice a day which is really quite incredible."John also recalled driving through the Buckingham Palace gates as it was something he never thought he would do.He continued: "The first time I met her was about 2009 and it was a sort of large gathering of around 600 people and you got moved from room to room, it was very formal."The most exciting thing was driving through the gates in my car."That was great.
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John Torode shares highlight of meeting late Queen 'Something I never thought I'd do'
John Torode, 57, has been fortunate to meet the late Queen Elizabeth II on two occasions, having first met in 2009.The MasterChef judge spoke to Express.co.uk about the "great" opportunity he had when visiting Buckingham Palace.John is known for being the face of BBC's MasterChef since 2005 alongside greengrocer, Gregg Wallace.Due to his highly successful cooking career, John has been given the opportunity to meet the Queen on two occasions.Recalling the events to Express.co.uk, John revealed: "The first time I met her was about 2009 and it was a sort of large gathering of around 600 people and you got moved from room to room, it was very formal."The most exciting thing was driving through the gates in my car."That was great. I mean, driving through the gates of Buckingham Palace is something I never thought I'd ever be able to do."I mean, I worked there with Masterchef but I never thought I would experience driving through!"He then opened up about the "great honour" he felt meeting such a powerful monarch.John continued: "The Queen, I mean, I suppose it's one of those great, great honours."The second meet, it was a private audience, which was for something about Australians, who were working in the UK and were high profile and so there was a lineup of Hugh Jackman, Jason Donovan, myself, it was just great!"It was really really interesting to meet her face to face and have a proper little chat."She’s an incredible woman who went and spoke to the 200 people in each room."People come up to you and talk to you about how to address the Queen.
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Neighbours fans have been left wondering what will happen to the cast after the beloved Australian soap came to an end last month – and it turns out, quite a lot.The final episode of the long running soap aired on July 29, 2022 and saw the return of many familiar faces including Guy Pierce's Mike Young and Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan as Scott and Charlene Robinson.While fans will be delighted to meet a lot of the cast on the Neighbours Farewell Tour, which visits the UK in 2023, it has left viewers wondering what is next for them.READ NEXT: Neighbours Scully family now - billionaire husband, suing show and career U-turnAfter huge stars including Toadie actor Ryan Maloney and Karl Kennedy actor Alan Fletcher hinted at their future career plans, Daily Star decided to take a closer look at what the cast could do next.Ryan Maloney became an instant fan favourite as Toadie Rebecchi in Neighbours – but did you know that was not always his first career choice?The actor had a childhood dream of becoming a pilot and revealed that if he had not become an actor, he would have joined the Australian Air Force.It is reported that he began taking flying lessons during breaks in filming for Neighbours, with a view to fly planes commercially in the future.Speaking about his passion on This Morning, he said: "I do have my pilot's licence, I'm going for my commercial licence now.
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Neighbours fans are convinced they have worked out why Kylie Minogue only had a few lines in her cameo appearance of the final ever episode.Last week, the popstar returned to the Australian soap for the hour-long special where she reprised her famous role as Charlene Robinson for the first time in 37 years.The 54-year-old songstress played a leading role in the Channel 5 show between 1986 to 1988 and was one of the main characters in possible the most-viewers weddings in soap history.READ MORE: Neighbours fans beg for reboot as final episode attracts three million viewersAt the time, a staggering 19.8million UK viewers tuned in to watch Charlene tie the knot with Scott Robinson, played by fellow singer Jason Donovan, back in November 1988.The dynamic duo has gone on to have quite the lasting success in the UK since they left the Aussie soap both as musicians and actors in their own rights.After the TV bosses announced that the show was coming to an end, the pair confirmed they would be returning to the place where their careers first took off for Neighbours’ final hurrah.As they arrived on the street for the final episode, their epic duet Especially for You was heard playing on the radio as they pulled into the driveway.As the parked outside their brand-new family home, Scott leaned in to kiss Charlene on the head in the heartfelt moment as he muttered “Wow, wow, wow. This is crazy.
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